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The Day We Wanted To Break Rules

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

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The Day We Wanted To Break Rules

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Didn't say didn't ya kind all right. Your name program prerecorded guys. How are ya things morning guys out. Favorites davis brody but brody was wrong. You remember the last time. I went to the bathroom. The alpha alpha show duran the morning show. Oh dear lord caffeine kick here it is friday. It's the weekend in case you forgot. I don't know about you but if you need to turn the alarm off so it doesn't wake you up tomorrow. Okay i'll welcome. Hi danielle hullo there. Froggy good morning and there's the beautiful gandhi gandhi. Good morning intelligent to look. There's a scary. Hello scotty visa and master control. I and there's producer sam in her living room and there's straight nate. Donate boy all right. What's always turned with beanie man. Yeah yes yes canine. Do you go memories. The memories of grinding on the dance mom said leave some room for the holy spirit anyway. There's your man here's your friday. Let's get going to nate. I guess you know people at this hour always wanted to get an update on you in your fiancee heather. Staying in my apartment. Did you officially move out yesterday. You still in evicted. I didn't know any option to stay home. Did you go a great state. We're in a hotel it's fine. How long just two nights okay. Yeah then you'll be back in your home. I think's we'll see victim he was. He was into my personal stuff. I just couldn't handle it we. We did a nice we cleaned. We did the sheets we made the bed. Did all the curtains nice gifts didn't clean the kirk. We'll thank you well. Well as you know straight is a murderer. People are texting in saying. You'd better check your apartment for bodies look under the bed. That freezer was already full. That's all i know from your last time. You stay right anyway. We'll welcome today. Let's get rolling our first caller. Today's page it's her birthday. Happy birthday page. Thank you in it. Nice on your birthdates at one. One one singer day. The people are nice to you. I'm just so glad i got through. I've been trying three years. will you got through. Didn't exist know you're here so let me ask you a question. What are you gonna do to celebrate. I'm going to work right now but then after work me and my family are going to eat hibachi style restaurant or you're going to eat an actual grill eight medals all right. If you're gonna eat too girl make sure it cools down before you start looking. Good botchy. sounds great. Isn't that a great idea. Do you like the goody goody the yummy yummy sauce the dark or the light sauce see. I'm dark sauce. Count against me to goody go together and you can have my dark. And i'll teach you like sounds like that. You guys are getting along. Hey so Which one is which one is goofy goofy or whatever it is. I think i think the goody goody is the dark sauce yummy is the light sauce. Eric will look where if they call it. Ginger i don't know if they can you know why they call it because it's probably what it really is. So maiden maybe they're onto something page happy birthday. It's your day. you're the queen of the day. I'll step off the throne and let you have a seat for the day. And we're going to give you your very own pair of scrubs scrubs from hackensack in happy birthday go have a great day page. Thank you hold on one second. You got your birthday. It's your day your word is law. Remember that and then the next day it all goes to crap. Yeah haven't heard this week. Yup let's get into horoscopes producer. Sam how are you doing them with. I think it's time to close the week in a big way on this. No oh here's here's what i'm going to do. I'm going to take my headphones off. And then you page me. Text me when it's time to come back on. I cannot listen to nate horse. go work for everyone. Positive things done. Or i'll watch the zoom cameras when you start waving. It's time to come back okay. Perfect all right headphones off. I can't listen to this right nathaniel. Okay i should start waving now right. Okay we're done all right if it's your birthday today you share it with cueva. Hope he capricorn's hit the ground running at start up a new project. It won't fulfill you in all sorts of ways your days in eight. Aquarius right out. What you want and create the best version of yourself your days in eight pisces. Look for some peace and solitude so you can be more aware of your surroundings with other people your days in eight areas. Locate your more rational mind in making some upcoming important decisions days seven. Taurus clear your schedule implant a day. That is dedicated to you and you alone your day. Ooh ten joevin. You have a lot going on mentally focus on things that will ground you. Moving forward days. Nine cancer redecorate and reorganize your space to freshen up your mind. Your days in. Leo looked to learn more and get deeper with one or more of your connections. Your nine burgo remember paying it. Forward will lead to good karma your day attend. Libra be cautious of how much energy. You're devoting to other people days. Scorpio give yourself some privacy and alone time to reconnect with your true intentions and goals your day. A nine and finally sagittarius walk away from a situation that is no longer aiding your mental and physical health your day seven and those of your friday morning horoscopes. I came back. Oh my god. I you know what you know when you go get an x ray. The x ray tech has to go into the other room to push the button. Take your picture. so they don't get radiation. That's my felt like i just did. You avoided radiation just now. I invited nate's radiation almost thirty five one eight one eight. Do all the horoscopes boy. That would come on all right all right. So let's get into the three things you need to know them. We're off on our friday. What's going on gandhi in the derek. Chauvin murder trial. Rg back in court in a few hours but testimony is going to end early. They've already heard from seventeen witnesses against the former minneapolis. Police officer accused of killing. George floyd five. People took the stand yesterday including floyd's girlfriend and the two paramedics who tried to save him. A police. sergeant supervising that day also said he should have stopped restraining floyd once he was no longer resisting. A sex scandal potentially involving trafficking is getting worse for congressman matt gates. He's now accused of repeatedly showing lawmakers photos and videos of naked women. He said he had slept with gates's already under investigation for an alleged relationship with a seventeen year old girl and possibly paying her to cross state lines which is where the sex trafficking aspects comes into play. He denies the reports claiming he's the true victim of an extortion plots and finally today is world autism day and like we talked about yesterday. April is world autism month. Autism friendly events and educational activities are scheduled throughout the month and communities all around the world and they're aimed at increasing understanding and support of people with autism in to inspire a kinder and more inclusive world. So think about that as you go about your day and those are your three things. Yeah world autism day. You know it wasn't that long ago and if you're a parent of a child or anyone now living with autism it was a long ago. Autism was kind of swept under the rug and there weren't resources and now there are more and more in so it's going in the right direction more more road to go so if you have anyone in your life who's living with autism or they are living with someone living with autism and helping them get through the through the journey Reach out today. Talk to him connect. It's a very important day. All right it is friday. Are we ready for our friday. Yeah oh yeah. i don't think you are. Are we ready for our friday. Always wanted to do that ever. I saw we've also got a good friend of ours. Elvis duran and the morning the morning may here if you're tired of tossing and turning at night tries equal peers z's all night it helps you fall asleep naturally and stay asleep longer through the night. Plus it's not habit forming and made with the blend of botanical lavender and camille finding retailers everywhere and the morning show today is good friday and it's also National peanut butter and jelly day. In case it's perfect for good. Friday can't eat meat for the catena. The peanut butter and jelly comes and how that works scary. Here's my song peanut butter jelly time. You remember scary. The in the old days if i if i just said peanut butter jelly he would immediately get peanut butter and jelly time. Just by instinct. Now now i have to put it in a trouble ticket engineering engineering to download it into the computer and uploaded into the machine here and then lo and behold peanut butter jelly peanut butter jelly quality music. I'll be honest with you. Good friday doesn't have a song but peanut butter and jelly data principal. Is doing that dance one time and she hurt her knee. It was the funniest thing i've ever seen. How embarrassing how'd you hurt. you need. Well i was dancing to peanut butter. Jelly time yes pep rallies. It was great all right. Let's get the feel good producer. Sam how was your dinner producer in elvis. I had a grilled cheese which is one of my favorite things in the world and it might have been the most controversial thing i've ever shared on social media. So many people telling me how i should eat it how i should not eat it. I've had fights in my dm's last night. i didn't. I thought i was posting a grilled cheese and my little side of ketchup. You know as one of the ways. I like to eat it. Ignore them they can make it making you make it like you make it. You know what. Trolls go away. I can't believe we have grilled cheese sandwich trolls. It was it got heated. God gives you want people get get a life people all right. Well what do you have. You feel good today so with that So a lot of the field goods. That i cover. They're just kind of fleeting moments like a short term good deed but this story that gandhi sent me take some amazing people and two of these. People are named pam and gary. Well as the couple has five kids of their own and they were nearing retirement which is supposed to be a relaxed chapter in life when pale learned about seven children who lost their parents in a car accident. So these kids ranged from one to twelve years old and without another family member of taking care of them. It's really unsure. What's going to happen to each of these kids. We would just hope they each get their own loving family but pam and gerry stepped in and knew that they had to take all seven of these children. The couple wasn't even looking to adopt at the time but they thought if we don't love and keep these children together who will and i think that mindset is only reserved for saints on earth so loved all of the foster parents and adoptive parents out there and if you have a story that deserves to be featured email me salmon elvis duran dot com subject line field goods. Thank you sam fabulous. Make sure you come back around the room later. Okay okay. i'll see you soon. What does this story. You just gave me nate about so the guys who did peanut butter jelly time. The history of peanut butter jelly time the song and so i googled it and it came up that it was created by the buckwheat boyz which the buckley boys i exist. Marcus bowens jemaine fuller and then it goes into talking about how. The band disbanded. One of the guys shot a police officer and then killed himself. What what like. You would have never known that listening to the song. Pdr jelly time. There was like an eleven hour standoff with one of the peanut butter and jelly time guys and the guy that did it was was. The brother-in-law snoop dogg. Like what i know. This is insane backstory to any dumb song. I've ever heard in my life i got you never know listening to peanut butter jelly time that this is the truth behind the music. It'd be a behind the music. Yeah we'll gets to peanut butter jelly time. This is nuts peanuts anyway. Thanks for ruining our fun song. It's well i know in. The truth isn't good. This is a sad story. Actually it's a tragic story all right. Well there. You go the truth behind peanut butter jelly time got to let it go by the ever by the peanut butter. Jelly peanut butter jelly. I think we should cancel it. The guy shot officer who died. I wish i didn't know that. Then you know actually now. I'm glad we do know it now. We know how to move forward. We needed to know that we need to know the truth. But anyway thank you. Maybe it's better. You stay off google. So would you have for dinner last night. Gandhi are you still with your parents. I am so with my parents last night. what did i have. Why am i blanking What about you. I made the entire house grilled chicken with broccoli and really great vegetables. And i wasn't hungry yet. So after they left for soccer practice. I went and got pizza girl. They don't know awesome. I remembered greek food. I had spent a copa and rice and it was amazing. How can you forget that. Yes a copello. Getting no sleep. My brain is not firing the way it normally reliable people. Don't understand but when you wake up really early monday. Through friday to your job by friday time. Everyone's like ready to go out. Let's have some fun. It friday night ready likes to put a blanket on and sleep. That's exactly you know what they say. Friday night f- or fight. You know what i'm saying. So what do you do tonight. What are you gonna do. Nate f- or fight tonight anymore elvis the marriott the curtains their own already did. Oh that's disgusting disgusting next danielle. What you coming up. I talk about lady gaga. She didn't something pretty cool for her fans. All right thank you that and more on the way way. Let's talk about o. Ziprecruiter okay recent data. This is actually good news. Recent data shows out of all the female owned businesses. One in three is owned by a mom right. The cool ever wonder how these amazing moms and dads to find time to juggle it all in their businesses and their families and their kids. Well with ziprecruiter there is one thing you can do that allows you spend more time with your kids. And your family hiring people with ziprecruiter dot com slash elvis. It's so simple. One mom talia goldstein. She's the ceo and founder of an incredible company. It's a matchmaking company. Called three day rule. it's constantly growing. She has kids. she's a mother of two. is she uses zip recruiter. She says it's like having an assistant in the office working for her out there hiring the best people for the job. They've powerful technology that helps you find the right people with the right experience and actually invites him to apply that way. Tally didn't have to sift through a bunch of applic- applications from people who are not a qualified for a five employers who use zip recruiter get a quality candidate in the first day. Used them for free at this website. I said it for you. Ziprecruiter dot com slash. Elvis that ziprecruiter dot com slash elvis soap. My friends maddin. Josh sent me this. It must be five feet. It's a five foot tall chocolate bunny. i'm so jealous. Look i'm chocolate. Bunnies doesn't matter if there are three inches taller. Five feet tall. They're fabulous but i've never had a five footer. So i'm trying to figure out. Do you eat the same way. You eat. A regular chocolate bunny. You have to start with the ears right. Do we all agree. You start with the ears years park. Yeah always starts at the. But the but i know what are you doing what are you doing. I'm sitting here eating heat in the ass out of a chocolate money. I'll let you go when you're done yes Well the million dollar question is it. Hollow or solid edge. Case says on the box gotta be holiday. Have a box. he can't. There's no box big enough for this one. I don't know why do you prefer hollows a cheat solids. Big hollow is such a t. Dobie three hundred pounds yeah. I think you're right. I don't think this is solid kind of sometimes palmer like you know hollow one real quick. That'll do the trick right. Yes around the room froggy. We're all ears. I garrett checks in. He says it yours i for him to. Yeah i i all right froggy. You're the only one aids the the bud out of the rabbit the bunny before anyone else. You're all missing out. It tastes the same. If you think you will never know if you don't dry it anyways scary just stood up and made made an announcement what's scary going somewhere else. I i did make it announcement. Okay not go back okay. Now you're spending too much time. Like not telling me what i want to tell me. What would what did you want to say what i wanted to say was. I think that i would make an amazing manager of a restaurant. If this radio thing fails okay. Well get ready. How okay okay. Let me ask you this. Do you watch too much of the food network and you go to too many restaurant okay. Do you know how to sit down like twice a week and start ordering the produce in the meats and making sure. You're only ordered the proper amount so you don't have any food waste because food waste the two things in restaurant business and i'm not even i'm barely in it. The two things in the restaurant business that our employees stealing food from you and you ordering too much food and there's food waste. I think that if i were to over order too much meat fish i would find creative ways and dishes for my chefs to make to on purpose that so it would not go to waste. But the state over order because i love eating in restaurants. I love restaurants too it soon. As you think you know how to do it. you're screwed. Yeah my dad was in the restaurant business scary and it's your food cost is what drives you out of business right exactly right employees. You have no idea. They're stealing from you. Especially if you're like a steakhouse they still you have. No idea needs going out the back door and garbage bags when you think they're taking the trash out not the case and you order too much food that goes to waste. You can donate it. Which is a great thing to do to food banks and stuff and and help feed the homeless. But it's still costing you money. Food cost going up. It's not what i'm saying. is this go. You need to go to work in a restaurant for people who do this so you can learn what you're doing. Yeah yeah. What nate nate. Come on tell. Gary initially said that i thought. Oh that'd be great then. I realize all the work that goes into it. Because i worked in a restaurant too and you got fire servers and hire servers. And all this other stuff. I think would be like a good greeter at a casino. If you do that like you'd be you'd be a good maitre d' at a restaurant. Maybe the maitre d'. Maybe i'm looking for that part of the business not so much the rolling my sleeves up and getting my hands dirty only give people in cash on the side. Daniel maitre d' make a pretty decent salary. I think so It depends on the restaurant. You're in yeah absolutely. You can use to be able to do that. I don't know but anyway. no. I think that's great. You would love to get into the restaurant business but you better learn a little bit before you do. It chew story. I think you should sit down with bobby. Flay go over what he's been going through here he'll give you all the imagine. I think should be a promo guide a club. Yeah i could do that. I think about twenty years ago. That would have been great. It'd be ozzy you would have been putting off people's club old people clubs or baiji ball party with the crowd as long as i could make sure the crowd is partying. There's a difference is doing a good job. I'm just. I think you do great at that. Actually i daniel you ready to go now. That we're helping out scary with his future professional life since we're talking about people getting into other businesses. Let's talk about tyra banks for a minute. She was getting into the ice cream business. She lost her. Smile is cream brand. It's got six different flavors right now. You can only get it at the desert at santa monica place in california but she's going to open up a little ice cream shop over there and online delivery is scheduled for later this year. So you want to try it. You'll be able to get it. Sent to your house. Lady gaga has done something pretty cool for her fans for the record store day. Its chromatic in two different versions. But you're going to be able to bring it home. Vinyl finally one is a colored vinyl. June twelfth comes out. That's for record store day and then a black vinyl edition we'll come out june twenty-fifth and that one you're going to be able to get on gaza online shop so that will be awesome for fans because they're collectible so wanna get your hands on it so i told you two days ago when michael straying posted that he got that gap in his teeth picks. I said no. That is his signature. It is april fool's there was no frigging way. And here's what happened. Yesterday will make you happy. Because i did and i am happy that that i did it so i just wanted to say April fools komo is here to stay. Ghana's the gap is michael strahan with that gap. Just isn't it doesn't sit well with michael. We knew it was a joke. Exactly so kendall. Jenner has filed a restraining order against the new trespass on her property. I told you she's already moved out of the plays because she doesn't feel safe so After the person left her property wound up going behind bars for like six hours or something because of covid guidelines or whatever went over to her sister's house went over to kylie's house hung there for a little while until police picked him up over there. So it's just crazy and the two of them just do not feel safe right now. So -at's don't you feel like every day. There's more and more stories about this happening on celebrity properties lately. Yeah the whole world is screwed to hell stories coming out every about every everyone doing everything that's shouldn't surprise a question. Does anything surprise you anymore. Not really if if an alien landed in my backyard and opened the mcdonald's i won't be surprised i would not be surprised. It'd be the first alien mcdonald's in the world in my backyard. Olivia rodriguez gave us driver's license. She's giving us a new one. It's called deja-vu somewhat gone talk. Little bit bitter. The twenty-first godzilla vs kong. Even though you can watch it on television. You also could see it in the theaters and on wednesday. They're saying it brought like nine point six million dollars which is the best for coronavirus release. Hell funny they call it. The corona virus released when things are coming out now crazy. Anthony ramos is in talks to star in transformers. How awesome with this. Before our boy to films he would be in. It's going to follow in the universe set up in the two thousand eighteen bumblebee movie. So that's exciting news. Tara reade says that american pie five is definitely happening that they have a script that it's an amazing script. They just have to find made an announcement. Gosh kids in college now. Was it a press conference walking coming to a close after next season and of course walking dead fans are upset but the cast was upset at also. Because jeffrey dean morgan who plays nagin said that it wasn't supposed to happen this way. They were actually supposed to keep going past season eleven. They were all surprised when the network actually said. Now we're done. We're going to wrap things up. They thought they were gonna keep going on television tonight. Wwe friday night. Smackdown the blacklist rupaul's drag race. You have the ten commandments tomorrow. Night if you wanna watch something for easter weekend basketball of course all over the place disney. Plus you've got a new episode of the falcon and the winter soldier and over net flex. There's two new ones a movie called concrete cowboy and crime drama called the serpents and that is my danielle report. Thank you danielle We had a call gone on the. Hello hello daniel is this you yes yes did. Hey lady lady glad you checked in with us because you have in your family you have restaurant experience. So would you try to talk too scary and give him some advice about jumping into the restaurant business so fast until he learns what he's doing please. You got scary. Listen you're a great guy but you're not got off the restaurant business man. I wasn't cut out for it. I was in the first year. And i left but i like good food man the a restaurant to just go to one. You don't have to own one restaurant and listen. You're great personality in everything. I can tell i. It's just not cut out for you. All right. i wasn't is that there's your advice you need to eat. What have you seen in the restaurant industry. Oh man you have to deal with waiters waitresses. You have to deal with a whole lot of people. It's worker what people think it is just and just shake hand just gonna be managed people ever have. He doesn't talk he screams but not on purpose. It's just how he sounds cases. You have the last time and and you know doing weddings and stuff. I was a waiter. I was all over the place. Okay well then. Then you've got a lot more to learn perfect. Thank you for talking him. Off that ledge daniel. I appreciate it if you needed advice. Him have a good weekend man. Thank you guys know. I haven't been eastern. U2 hoppy easter. yeah. I don't know if there's so much more to it. You just gotta think through scary but there's nothing really being interested if you wanna go learn then leave this go learn. Go work in a restaurant. Gordon ramsay you really are. Is that what you want to be is that you're saying you're model screaming at people's throwing pans at all right with that said let's take a break. We do have a one thousand dollar freeman phone tap. Thanks to our friends at long on the way. More for the mercedes interview lounge dolly parton. Welcome to the show morning to you. I've always wanted to help ghandi's ear and yet Danielle saying you suffer from lead foot goosebumps appear for no reason stop living with uninspired performance visit mba be usa dot com slash am and find out if a mercedes amg coupe sedan or suv is right for you for savings. Amg driving performance elvis durant in the morning show. Hey skier you ready for the biggest event and challenge history don't miss iconic competitors going head to head in the most epic showdown ever who will down challenge history as the greatest of all time that challenge all-stars now streaming exclusively on paramount. Plus my guy you guys are having your frigging elvis duran in the morning show now. I feel like an an a hole because i kicked nate and his fiancee out of my apartment. They needed a place to stay while they're redoing their house. And you were. You were more than you needed to be over. I agree with that. You might put this facade up on the air and you might say it's actually your real feelings but you're very kind you offered us you know. whatever he said. Would you do whatever you need to use. Whatever you need to the apartment. It's been you know i think. Yeah you're that aside. We're enjoying living in the city living versus living in the suburbs. Doing again if you can live like elvis lives in the city everybody would do you have such a nice home there and it was so great and Great being five minutes from work walking. Oh my god what was it like today. Drive in god danielle. Well here's the thing about living in the city and this is miss new york city or if you live integrate where you can walk to an area. That's really cool from your house. It's really the only place where you can. Just walk down the street and stop and get a drink like you're gonna be walking down the street and you see a friend outside having all stop by you. Just sit down have a cocktail. You go and you continue on your path to you know to the walgreens or wherever you're going you know you remember when you were in school and you're the dorms. Maybe if you were in college and you went to the dorms the first year and you see someone you're like. Oh yeah let's go over here and sit on the quad or let's go over here. It's like that like this entire cities the campus. It's true and that's what i miss in a as new york's to open other cities start to open up. That's coming back you know. So that's why you know wherever you it depends on what you want out of life if you wanna live in the suburbs and have a nice quiet neighborhood. That's cool but you know. I i'm still even though i'm not young. I would prefer to live in an area in a city where i could walk to an area that has lots of restaurants and bars and stuff like that. But that's cool new york. It's coming back to you. Know you can tell about the the traffic in every city that we're on right now you're experiencing traffic now thing you used to detest. Now you're going to test again so there you go. Hey this big controversy wheel of fortune. You wanna talk about it okay. I'll do you want me to talk about. did you see it. No but i know the story. I have the sound. I'll tell you what tell the story do not play the sound evacuate. Sal this guy. David peterson i think. That's how you says david peterson. He was a contestant and he lost a technicality. During wednesday's episode he was solving the puzzle and put the word and in the puzzle and and wasn't actually in the puzzle. He was saying the word and and so because of that. They said nope sorry. You can't win. And so everyone fans took to twitter saying that this is the dumbest rule ever and that they really should You know get rid of it because it's it's causing a lot of people. It was actually doing the crossword puzzle. So people are really pissed off and so there's some people think notes. Sorry it's the rule and there are other people that are like it's a dumb ass rule so so it was the the crossword puzzle if you're familiar with wheel of fortune and the category was catch of the day in the answer. Came out like this from a david. Peterson here played that sound. They're scary so you've got that. Have you have one thousand three hundred fifty dollars cash. What do you wanna do. I like to solve everything. Don't add anything go ahead sole flounder cod and catfish. I'm sorry no right and answering the it was very plain to see its sole flounder cod. Catfish he said sole flounder cod and catfish. He told him right there. Don't any extra work. How much more do you want it. Naming yeah okay. So now. People are all pissed off. That's a stupid rule. I think it's a stupid rule. No it's not because because normally when you say whatever you just said codfish you would say and at the end for the way you speak. so what. but this puzzle isn't based on the way you speak on the right talk to your sister talk. He was very clear he specifically looked at him and said don't add anything and that includes the end and these games are based on your knowledge. And how well you execute the directions and they messed it up. I mean on jeopardy. They met they do that all the time. They'll take it away if you pronounce something incorrectly. If you i mean. I totally get it. Don't you think they should get rid of the rule though because it's dumb because the present the way we speak the puzzle the puzzle. It's like doing a crossword puzzle. You only have so many little letters to fill in when you do it. You can't add words to the side of it. Does not the puzzle anymore. What what frog is this. Part of the everybody gets a trophy crowd. So this here's the problem. We need careful hold on. You're talking about your sister danielle here. Now be nice. I'm gonna talk to you and right now danielle when you watch baseball and that guys running to first base and he so close i mean. He's almost there. He tried hard as he good to get there. But he's out and they go well. He tried really hard. We're going to move the base a little inch. he's he safest. That's different no. It's not and can't change. The rule pat reminded him of the rule right when he was about to answer he did. This was wrong because he did remind him and he said don't say anything else and he's he messed it up. That's his but i'm saying in the future. I think it's a dumb rules. You give her say they should get rid of that rule but you agree in this case gave told him not to say anything so anyway agree with daniel from across the country and they are screaming bloody murder at wheel of fortune. Like no you should give it to him because you snowflakes are coming out with snow. Say let it snow. Let us know and let it snow event on the music in front of them. Just think it'd be nice to see more people win. That's all greenie. Danielle really and whenever i really think that they do on purpose because they don't want to give away the money they're like oh i do think they do that kind of stuff but i also think the rules are the rules when it comes to these games and you just got to follow the rules. That's half of the game is doing it the right way we. We always let people on our show. We are not holding anyone to any type of standard over here. This is terrible. I haven't seen the rules. Do we have rules nate. Yeah we need rules for our show getting. Oh my god jeopardy and whatever you only want the rule so you could break. Our roles are almost totally counts. That's the only rule that we have over here. What's scary i. This is kind of like when we're doing a contest and someone gets it wrong. It's either wrong or right. So when it's wrong you get up and people now are triggered by the buzzer because saying the buzzers too aggressive. What else who who. Who complained against the bus listeners. Or texting and this is like when teachers can't correct papers anymore with red ink. They have to use pink or blue because the aggressive both you. You're actually very aggressive as you're talking about it it's part of it's part of the culture. It's part of this. We gotta change the rules. You gotta you gotta be a dumb it down a little bit. You gotta make it. Look you know we do want to live in a world kindness. We do live. In a world of positivity. I get that well i know but when it comes to playing a game. There's a winner. There's a loser. I would be bad. I give everybody money. You can have on free rent. It's good his me. It'd be scary when he wants to own a restaurant. Now come on now. We don't we. Don't our our credit card machine is working to eat it and go. You're fine line to and stephanie. Let's get someone outside our circle to help us out with this. Hello stephanie welcome to friday. What's going on with you doing today. We're doing okay so you want to weigh in on this. I can't believe we're talking about the great wheel of fortune controversy. Oh yes no. I can talk to and controversy goes. I have been violated by the end. Controversies I pulled over one evening for not drinking had to take a sobriety test. How'd you do my alphabet. And because i said x. y. and z. I was in iran rested for a dui because there is no and in the alphabet different. Because they didn't give you the rule saying whatever you do only say the letters and don't get any word. That's crazy stephanie. Are you sure there wasn't something else that made them arrest you. That that was definitely the reason. I have no idea. Then they took downtown had me blow and then saw that i've blew zero and i had not been drinking off. Well stephanie did you. Did you get out of that. I mean did you say look. This is crazy. Oh definitely for sure but by night was already ruined. We were just getting off work and on our way to the far when we got pulled over by the time we got out. It was two o'clock in the morning and you know that was the night it wasn't officers. Say jack that pulled you over. Nice cough in north carolina right. Well thank you stephanie. That's the weirdest thing. I think i've heard but i'm sure you're interested for the wrong reasons. I have a great weekend stephanie. Happy easter to you. Thanks for listening to us so much. I listen you all the time. You'll have a great easter to thank you very much. Y'all to people. I love when i first moved to new york to the northeast philly. I still said y'all because i'm from the south and people look at me like you know you're going to have to replace that with us. I like y'all better time jason. Y'all is in every sentence but views is the y'all the north. You know what. I'm saying. Us us i want to say to us all. Y'all choose whichever one. What time is what we're doing oh we do have a one thousand dollar money phone tap coming up next but right now into the three things you need to know gandhi and then there you go. It feels good to be on sitting here on a friday doesn't it i love it. You're going. what's up president. Biden wants to move ahead with his promise to forgive student loans. I he needs to know if he can do it. Legally he's reportedly asked his education secretary to prepare a memo on his authority to cancel up to fifteen thousand fifty thousand dollars in debt on the campaign trail. He put the amount at ten thousand but is facing mounting pressure to wipe out even more some websites report. He could make a decision in the next few weeks. As fears of the fourth kovin surged continue to ramp up. Seventeen percent of the nation is now fully vaccinated and the cdc's latest number also shows thirty percent of people are waiting for their second shot. Nearly one hundred fifty four million vaccines have been given out so far with moore doses being delivered in states in just a few days and can't come fast enough. A new model is raising its prediction of six hundred thousand deaths by july. Two six hundred and nine thousand. I cannot believe that number. Gosh it's insane and finally. There's a new guinness world record holder. I cannot figure this one out. His name is boomer buddha's box. he's a fifty four year old. Croatian and he was able to submerge his head underwater and hold his breath for twenty four minutes and thirty. Three seconds kills. What does he do. I don't know how he did it but he did it. The previous record was eleven minutes and thirty five seconds which is still crazy and he more than doubled it so be careful. Don't try that one at home. Those are your three things. thank you gandhi. All right Delong he one thousand dollar free money. Phone tap coming up next elvis morning. Show where you show rain. In the morning show question yes which member of our family here is most likely to go out to dinner at a restaurant in look high and low to find something to complain about. Oh david brody daniel which member of our show goes out to a restaurant if he finds just a little chunk of partially on his plate. He'll send it back to the kitchen. David brody ladies and gentleman Let's push the button. I give you david brody david. I can't another superb introduction. I love you brody here. We go so i i heard That you actually went out took your family out. Which in and of itself is just amazing. Because that cost money you not one of my favorite restaurants. I've been going to for thirty years in new york. City rules in soho. It's one of my favorite favorite restaurants that always always has been You actually took your family. How did they go. It was great. We were going to go out in february and they closed For about a month today could retrofit the place You know to make it. Covert friendly And plus you know. Sales were down at that point. So we made reservations way in advance To get a table there because they just increased you know the table capacity in new york city It was fantastic. It was a Surprising for me a flawless meal Everything was right and there was nothing. I had to order without anything We ordered steak applause. Separate going sauce comes the french fries and nothing else very and french fries over weight and so we were holding on so brody we all know. As a matter of fact every morning we would come in go. We went to this restaurant last night. And you'll give us a list of everything that went wrong in that restaurant and it was just you know we just assume that when you go out there's going to be an issue right that everyone has a friend like brody. I'm not saying it's right or wrong but that's just the way it is. Does it frustrate you and make you mad as hell that you couldn't find something to bitch and moan about from your dinner last night or was it a pleasant experience for you. Well i'll tell you what it was such a pleasant experience that when they brought my diet coke with ice even ordered it without ice. I didn't say i you see what he just did. You gave us a roundabout way. A crap sandwich young or saying it was such a lovely night that outdoor seating was beautiful. The server was great. It was a perfect night. They even they even had a tarot card reader upstairs behind plexiglass that people were getting their their fortunes told inside every cable had plexiglass on both sides. I mean it was really healthy. Comfortable player card player actually turnover card for you master of complaint card. I didn't know that you are an ass card but manley they have that. Because i got on the reservation list anyway. I don't know i. I see high friend. I'm i'm not really is you. I think we all have a friend. No no we all have at least one friend whom they don't have something to complain about in life kind of lost yes right There was a guy who used to date. He always had to have one person who disrespected him in. There's an there's an issue always. It was almost as if their name was on the wall. And of this week's person who disrespected me. And it's kind of an italian american culture thing but brody that just makes me wonder i mean you're you're so accustomed to looking for any and every little thing that makes you mad about a service at a restaurant and you didn't find it even the diet coke with coke with is didn't piss you off you know what i don't think i look for things i just think i'm born in a Into bed stuff. Finds me i i just i it. They just put on my nachos. I didn't Scalia that's sounds ghastly. 'bout scallions good all right thoughts for brody anyone any thoughts here. Foggy scare brody. Have you ever gone into a restaurant knowing that it was probably a little more than you wanted to pay. But you thought i'm probably going to find something that's not good so you get free dessert or they'll take money off. Factoring that into the cost. There are people who do that right there. Are i mean froggies. Dad used to be in the restaurant business and he knew there were people that would show up for dinner in. They knew before they walk through the door. They were gonna find something you get a free meal. Oh not pay when they walked in the door. But elvis don't forget iran restaurants for about eleven years before i was in radio so that's why i'm probably a little more picky because i know what can be expected of salvage moment. So it's like it's like when my father was a police officer watched police shows on television. He knew what was wrong. Would know well-made show or not you know so you just said something. very troubling. we're in radio does that. So we're here on the radio. I'm not sure we do radio. Gandhi brody because you had such a good time. And i'm really happy that you did. Are you gonna go and leave them. A nice like an actual yelp review and put it in writing and let them know how great they were probably. Will you know what. I'm very good about leaving. Positive yelp reviews as good as i am about bad yelp reviews so i will. I will absolutely do that. And i'm taking the wikipedia page and now you like to do that I'm happy that he may be. He's turned a corner. Let's not go crazy. Yeah nate quest. So have you ever gone to a restaurant. Something wasn't your satisfaction. You were angling for a free dessert. And the management said now. Everything was fine. You're paying your bill. Has that ever happened to you where you didn't get free dessert. And they made you pay everything. I'll tell you what the question one time. I was very very much justified for the manager to say you know what i had a bad experience. We're going to you know. Give you free dessert or take something off. Your bill manager came over and said you're absolutely right terribly. Sorry have a great night and hopefully next time we'll be better known news. No they're dead to me. My guy i we gotta run. I'm so happy. Great rose experience. And i'm so glad you went to i i. I love it when people. I say if someone goes to one of your favorite restaurants you're like yes someone else got to enjoy it just like i enjoy. I love that We'll talk to you a little bit of. Just hang in there. We'll talk a little bit. Okay all right hang on. Let's get into the free. let's go we've been here for twenty five years. I'll never know we slip through the cracks. They forgot where here. I don't know anyway twenty five years of doing this morning show and it's an honor to be here every single day. 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If you'd like you call people and they give you their social security number. What the kind of organization you who like one of the name of the business that you work for prick yours for what the eighty g that i'd never turn 'em s nobre guide. Come down fifty. Edm s group. Ms elvis duran and the morning show. You've been phone tapped you. Here is my name. Is jerry jones and this is all joe away. Sammy put us up to it he said. Here's your bonus sammy day. Is that why you took an early again. But what are we was that. Thank you michael oppenheimer That was your one thousand dollars along. Phone tap djilas. Unlike fifteen and jill one thousand dollars did you know that about jill the allocation to think about it. It's true. are you driving to work or you really busy right now. We can call you back. No actually i'm at the. Oh you're getting service right service. That hyundai awesome so usually when you wait to get your car serviced okay. I'll drink their bad coffee. Just sit here but you just sat there in one thousand dollars while your car's being service. What a day for you at so exciting. So what your weekend. All about jill and doing absolutely nothing for you. That sounds like that sounds like something. You're doing something. Well jill. You one Ten days is in hyundai's. Thank you guys thank you. Please hold thanks for the joke nate. I ruined window totally box. Your joke Well thank you to the delong. We love you. Thank you for being our partner this week with the one thousand dollar. Free money phone taps. That's great awesome. Danielle ready to go. Yes daniels got lots to do is of you order a pair. Little nasdaq satan shoes. You haven't gotten them yet. You may be waiting because nike has granted a temporary restraining order against the company. That made if you did get yours. Those are going to be worth something. Oh yeah oh yeah so. They're saying trademark infringement. Obviously if you need to know more about the story you can google it. You shouldn't have. He'll say little section of done refund refund that same company allowed a jesus shoe to go without having any issues and it was copyright infringement. They let that happen. Yeah is true. So high which is formerly big hit entertainment which is the home to bt s just merged with if a holdings skirt on sb projects and you scooters got bieber and arianna demi levato so He's basically going to be on the board and they're they're saying that this is one of the biggest entertainment companies now in the industry with the two of these guys getting together so it's going to be in sane their over being where we are doing this for so many years. We scooter back when he was. You know just starting out. You know it now. He owns the world. When you when you have bt s in all of his superstars including demi lovato and justin bieber and arianna all in your your stable. Forget all kill. He totally could The second suicide squad trailer is out. James gunn suicide squad. Now you'll notice it's a lot different than the other. One does a lot of new footage. And that's because james said i didn't want them to look the same at all the to trailers i of them to look completely different. And you know the movies coming at you in august. Dc films is saying no to two things they were developing new gods and also their shelving the aquaman spin off right now trench. There's just timing issues and all kinds of other issues so we're not getting those for now. Snoop dogg will be joining the voice for season. Twenty of the mega mentor. He said that he's so excited to talk. To all the The performers and help the artists craft their performances. So he'll be on board there According to ten jennings from jeopardy they will announce a permanent host to replace alex trebek's in twenty twenty one so of the year. They're going to now. You know he still said he doesn't know who it is. He he says they they really don't know yet. But a lot of people still love that executive producer. Mike richards was awesome. He was dr doing well. Dr oz is doing very well. He's very game show game showy but what was the name of the producer again. Mike mike ricci was really really good in a lot of my friends agree. Yeah so we'll say handsome. Yup sharon stone's daughter biography is in stores now and it's filled with juicy tidbits. Kerr manager told her that she wasn't sexy enough enough. She wasn't edible so she wasn't going to get hired in hollywood. That's what they told her back in the day and guess what six weeks after that was told to her. She landed the role in basic instinct. Which is one of the sexiest roles ever right. You had to play the sexy role and she said you know so. Don't always listen to what people tell you. And speaking of her she was hanging out with kelly clarkson and she was talking about. How britney spears wrote her a letter. In the day britney wrote to me a very long importance poignant letter during a very difficult time in her life about about the time when people recognize over when she shaved her head wanting me to help her and a very difficult time of my life so she didn't get to help her because she was going through a lot as well and then she continued to talk about other things like miss. We both needed help and she needed help and i needed help. And it's the true fact of it is. It's very hard to be a very successful woman and not have everyone controlling you interesting Wow yep wwe friday night. Smackdown is on tonight. The blacklist rupaul's drag race. The ten commandments are on tomorrow. If you want to check that out also basketball's all over the place netflix's you two new ones concrete cowboy and the serpent and of course over on disney plus a brand new episode of the falcon and the winter soldier. And that's my daniel report on that line of sharon stone just said which is very important women in entertainment world especially. You can't go through your career without everyone trying to control everything you do. We've seen it firsthand right so i was talking with demi levato yesterday. We're doing this big iheartradio Album release party with are coming up. Her album is fantastic. Wait till you hear anyway. She was talking about how she made a shift from her old management to now her present management with which is scooter braun right. And if you've seen the demi lovato documentary on youtube. You saw her talking about how scooter was like. I don't know nevado. She's got a lot of issues right now and He figured out yeah. He had to work with her. She was talking about how the a new part of her life one point is. She's not letting all these people control her anymore. Sony people were so afraid that they were going to lose their meal ticket. I guess you know what i'm saying. They had to protect her in protecting her. She couldn't be yourself yeah. She told us that they would stop from eating cake for her birthday because they had watch her weight constantly. And scooter doesn't do that. Scooters like here's a cake for your birthday a totally different in scooters she was afraid demi levato as talented and wonderful As she is she was afraid. No one would want to manage her because she was high risk yet. Because you know some people would think she's high risk when you're overdosing and things like this. It's a business they have to run to. They're afraid to hop on board with you. Scooter was a little hesitant in the beginning. Watch the documentary. You'll see he funny figured out. Hey i'm going to. I'm going to partner up with demi levato in the only rule they have is. She has to be totally honest with him at all times. She won't make her feel like crap if she slips whatever scooter braun. No wonder who's running the world right now of disagree with him. They don't like him. Because of the taylor swift thing and okay but going back to brittany for a minute though back in the day when she first came on the scene within sink i remember going down to the rockefeller tree lighting ceremony. And i got to interview her. And it was just me and britney sitting in a room and i had on this big fluffy purple sweater and remember her saying to me while i really love your sweater and i said oh thanks bobo bond. She goes. yeah it's nice when you get to choose what you wanna wear. They tell me what to wear. So i really don't have a say in anything and you know i always think about that one ever. She's going through everything and go. Gosh you know it probably started all the way back then when everybody started telling her what to do you know and not not being able to be yourself true. So on that note Daniel you talked me into it. I'm glad the demi levato documentary on. Its on youtube and think the fourth one drops on tuesday. Her album came out at midnight last night. So we add player music. Yeah i'm gonna find. I'm gonna play a song for you. We gotta listen to it. Make sure doesn't have any fs in it. I will tell you though. I spoke with demi about her voice when you hear her album and i want you to get it. It came at midnight when you hear her album. There's nineteen cuts on. There's a lot. Listen to how her voice has evolved. It's so amazing. Is your voice evolving. Because it's so rich but there's a different tonal quality to it. Can you answer it. Actually i feel like it is evolving and i didn't know that was possible at at my age like security of a lot of times. Expect one major shift in their voice and that's puberty maybe it was because i actually gave my voice two years off to almost three years. Off of of not touring of. If if i was singing is just in the studio and then all of a sudden when i sing now i'm able to hit higher notes and hold and make it sound bigger and i don't know what happened but i feel like i've been blessed with a second chance in entire conversation with demi levato and talking about our music and playing music on the iheartradio album release parties have next thursday on the eighth. We gotta take a break. We're back after chip and joanna. Gaines are back. And they're doing what they love taking outdated worn down houses and turning them into their clients. Dream homes don't miss fixer. Upper welcome home. Part of the magnolia network preview only on discovery plus stream. You love guys. How are ya things morning. Mungai guys are my favorites brody. Which means brody was wrong to remember. The last time. I went to the bathroom. The alpha alpha talk show taran the morning. All right. we're about to go around the room and before a producer sam. I want to tell you something. She's very very nervous today. She's very nervous so when she gets on nice to our i'll i'll i'll go there and let's see if she wants to talk about it. She has reason to be nervous. I was in her shoes. Ivy nervous too Yeah not for you. Also we may have to hop into the old school. Time machine is just a few minutes asks. Barbie girl is going to be gone. So i mean how old school today's my day to choose something i think i want to go like really old school but i don't want him to get mad. Oh okay. I'm gonna play a song it's like it's old school like for music. Yes gregarious. sixteen hundreds cool I don't know we'll get into that middle. Let's around the room. Let's start with froggy high froggy. Hello there so. I am super excited. My dad called me yesterday. And we're doing Easter dinner together. He's like would you mind deep frying turkey just a. You don't have to do a big one. But i'm excited. I can't wait. I love deep frying a turkey. I'm already looking forward to sunday. So we're having deep fried turkey. I think my mom's having a ham and some other stuff as well. But i'm super excited about making us great about deep frying a turkey all cooking. Food is involved science. But that's like a major major science putting that raw bird into the hot oil and watch it but some great turkey so tasty danielle. What's going on with you. So if you're a woman you know that brawl wire that sticks sometimes in the back of your bra and digs into you. Oh i had that going on yesterday. And then i didn't change it and by the end of the night i had this big raw red mark on my back from scratching it all day long and like touching it all if this is if you have this problem just take the bra off gas. Lebron's don't do. I didn't keep it on all days to hurt yourself like an idiot but ladies you know what i'm talking about. Just just do yourself a favor and take it off. Yes no ron bras. Ever heavy bras you throw every year. Oh gosh a lot. Yeah yeah. I mean they can go bust pretty easily if you really were trying to keep those girls up and perky. I'm not kidding you wearing them. I hate ross so much. Oh when i'm running. I gotta wear my sports bra. Of course of course gandhi. What's going on with you Like danielle in a different way experienced a terrible feeling. Yesterday that i've never had in my life. Everyone was sleeping and i felt a big sneeze coming on so i held in. Have you ever held a sneeze in like you actually sneeze. But it doesn't come out. I think it can realign your organs and your spine you actually crack rib if you're not careful that's airborne. I paused right in the living room. Where i held it in and i'm like i think i'm dying. I don't know held it in my left ear went. My god blew my brains on my air. Which out let it out. You know there was a story out today. I'm sure you saw gandhi where more people are afraid to cough and sneeze during Allergy season which will end my. Gosh there's if people recoil in horror if you sneeze balaji hello scary. What's going on with you so there. I was yesterday on april fools day scrolling through my instagram stories and i come across barbara corcoran story. And she's doing that prank. That people are doing where where she faced. Times people as she's being videoed and facetime. Oh sorry. I can't talk right now just face times like the shark tank guys like damon and then mark cuban and then all the sudden i see her face time. Elvis took a phone. And he's like what's going on. He's looks to shovel that she goes. You need a shave man. And oh by the way. I'm like i cook. I call you back. And the elvis called out on her crap. It's at although you're doing that joke that everyone's doing just so funny to see elvis unassuming. Just show up on my instagram story. You leave work because you're tired of hanging out with the people you work with. They're they're how you doing all right producers sam. I know this is probably not your around the room. So let's do around room. I'll come back to something. i want to talk about. Okay i just wanted to share some love specifically for my dad because this weekend is his birthday and danielle as you know because you were an early pandemic birthday as well. Yup last year for his birthday. I met him in a parking lot. I put a cake in a specific spot. And i drove away so that was how i got to celebrate my dad last year and this year it's just small. It's just literally my family and we're just going to have dinner and a cake. And i actually. I'm going to enjoy this year more than any other. Because of how it's been in the past so dad i love you and happy birthday. You know what you really do. Have a mom and dad i do. They're so cool. Yeah well. I know that you are you just like your mama de what's up with you okay. Have you ever woken up and looked at your hands and you realize you have missed cuts like i'm like i got this morning. I'm like where did this come from. I don't remember getting it yesterday because you. Are you blacking out before you murder right. A lot of murderers defensive. I'm done forget it. Yes i do. I have woken many times with mystery. Bruises at mystery cuts. You kind of wonder what. What did i do think i was sleeping. Well there you go. Okay back to producers sam producer. Sam you will have been dating each other for how long like four and a half years this and you've been living together for how long year and a half right guess what's happening with them this weekend. What it look at it in zoom room. She's so frustrated telephone. what's happening. Is we for the very first time for the very first time my parents are going to meet. Williams mother and my palms are physically sweating as they give you that information. That's a big move. Yeah he is. My parents met my sisters parents when they got engaged. And my mom throughout a really polite invitation for easter and i just carried it along and then when both of them said yay so excited. I've been freaking the hell out guys. Now wait a second. You've been dating for over four years and parents haven't met yet yes. I'm kind of long for anyone by me. Maybe some people do that way. What about your parents are you embarrassed about. Roi embarrassed they seem awesome. They're just kind of if a cartoon came out of a book and became real people like my mom. Is this crazy tasmanian devil of a character. But she's only five feet tall so really carries and my dad is the six foot very chill poise always put together person and sometimes when you add alcohol and let the two of them be themselves get just a little embarrassing nutty. And i'm just not sure what's going to happen this weekend to. Here's how you prepare because there is a movie. It's an older movie. But i'm sure you've heard of it. It's introducing the parents in a couple situation. Okay did you ever see Meet the fokkers. Robert deniro and barbara streisand. And you've watched that and you'll see what it's like to introduce your boyfriend's mom to your animated parents full mental breakdown. Thank you so much. We'll be fine absolutely guys. You'll be are nice people. We love you so you'll report back in. Let us know how i worked out. Okay yeah and if i don't show up it's because i've run away out of embarrassment time you'll be fine. You'll be good good. This is the next step in a relationship with that. Yeah i guess so. What else i going to say now that so you guys have nowhere. No idea where. I'm taking you do now. Just kind of perfect. For friday jordan. Vitas okay i'll turn it off off here. We go welcome to friday. It's nice until jordan. This is how we do it. Was that a good place to go heels time. I ask you by the way. A reminder bottles new album is out of drop last night big night. I encourage you to a stream and listen to get it. Sounds so good. It's one thousand nine cuts. You're going to hear some music from novado in her voice that you never thought you would hear from her. She really is doing something. Incredible collaborations on this album as well. So make sure you check it out. Demi lovato also with the iheartradio album release party. I'm talking to her. We're gonna have a great conversation for you. And it's next thursday night on the eighth. I'll get into the three things. We need to know gandhi but is going on right now. Jurors in the derek chauvin murder trial will be back in court today but testimony is going to end early. They have already heard from seventeen witnesses against the former minneapolis. Police officer accused of killing. George floyd five people took the stand yesterday including floyd's girlfriend a police. Sergeant supervising that day also said that chauvin should have stopped restraining floyd once he was no longer resisting to paramedics who tried to save him said he appeared dead when they arrived. An eighteenth witness is expected to testify today. Relief payments from president. Biden's american rescue plan will go out today to some people collecting social security and other federal benefits. The irs says the payments are directed at those who didn't file two thousand nineteen or twenty twenty income tax returns and didn't use the non filers toll. Last year they'll go to social security retirement survivor or disability supplemental security income and railroad retirement board beneficiaries. The irs says the payments will be sent electronically and received by april seventh and. Finally we did mention this yesterday but today is world autism day and it's also worth autism month. 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We're excited to be at our destination or we're happy that we didn't crash. I think a lot of people. And i'm going to make an assumption on this a lot of people especially Years and years ago when you took a trip on a plane it was an event you address up for you. would you know i. It was a special event and the pilot was like a quarterback on on a on a football team in all the flight. Attendants were models. You wanted their autograph. See kids asking slot flooded for their autographs and the pilot as well so of course over the years it wasn't quite an event but it still was for. Someone was accustomed to clap when they slave safely. Land the plane So ghandi so you. You've known this guy for how long i knew him. Since high school he was my ex-boyfriend. And you got on a plane. And where'd you fly. We flew kosh. Where was the first flight. I actually think it was. It was a to miami right from where we were. Yes okay in the plane lands. And what does he do sitting next to you. In the next seat he clapped and it was a slow clap. I was like what the hell are you doing stuff right now i will say. He was from the caribbean. So that could be part of the reason why that wasn't nearly as bad as the time that he got up and slow clapped at the end of slumdog millionaire and i was like no. Please god why. What are you doing but he still in the theater theatre clapped and then the rest of the theater stood up started clapping you and i was mortified and then i felt like i was the bad one because they were all doing been clapped. Well let's be on slumdog millionaire fabulous film okay but you guys landed in miami was the only was he. The only one in the plane clapping now. There were a handful of people. No one that was the only one he was like okay. Well he's star. Does that count. He started it i. I is unusual as it may be to people. I have no problem with people clapping at the end of a of a flight or a movie if you liked it. You're being honest. You're like oh and i did ask him. What was that about and he said. I hate flying so much that when those wheels hit the ground i am just clapping to be alive so i was like all right fine. Think about it you hop into this metal steel tube right with these big wings on it. These big engines turn on the thing is rolling down a street and then all of a sudden the front of that tube searched to go up in the air. And you're flying in air and then you get up to forty thousand feet and you get across the country in four and a half hours a trip that would take three days to drive and you land safely. Why would you not clap. I think it's a miracle it's magical shore it is. I was just like why did have to be my boyfriend. Why couldn't it be someone else's boyfriend well you know what we should do in life. We take so many things for granted you go. You go flush toilet in the water swirls and it takes your duty away. that is an event. Yeah i mean it's a miracle. Just imagine your life without imagine your life without a an airplane. Imagine your life without that switch on the wall you push up and lights come on you know to live in this world. That's filled with miracles every single day. And let's not forget springtime. Here come flowers out of the ground every year. These beautiful beautiful flowers pop up and say hey here. It's springtime that's a miracle you don't forget to stop and go. Wow this world we're living in. It's kind of cool. Plane's takeoff daffodils grow. You know. I think it's ducks look. A family of ducks just walked across the street. Let's them let them live. You know what. I'm saying all right. I'm sorry i went off. I'm just. I'm appointing clapping on planes. I will start clapping on planes. I'll never forget when i was a kid. I was watching one of the rocky movies and the theater and it was like rocky versus the russian at the end of the film. People stood up and started screaming. You you say on here. People actors can't see you doesn't matter the crowd was into it and they were mostly and they were not afraid to share it. It was a positive clayton along twenty-four from puerto rico. How you doing clayton welcome to the show. Thank you you still have. Family in puerto rico. Yeah well yeah my family's from puerto rico and my family they still. They still clap. Hey by the way just a personal question friends or family still there. how are they doing. Let's not forget the headlines. Not too long ago. Weren't looking good for puerto rico. And i don't want people to forget that there are still areas there that still have no power. Do you guys know that soon. My gosh yeah clayton. have you heard. Yeah no my family's good my father's doing well. I was just there. maybe about a month ago So we're good exactly. Did you clap when you landed. Of course we we. We still get dressed up. We still Clavell we land. My grandmother was one of those what she would rather rosary around her. Our hands and clap clap with the rosary. Yeah you're in the rosaries like swinging in the air and hit. It's an event. And i think it's a beautiful thing. I don't think i don't think we should I think we should join in. We should join in with your tradition clapping clayton. I'm glad to hear your family's okay. Down in puerto rico. Thank you so much for listening to us. Thank you thank you to hello jean online. Twenty-three hello jean. i'm puerto rico. Puerto rico people look at me like why are you saying like that. So you're saying it will take it either way so being from puerto rico as well. You clap extra hard at the end of a flight but for many reasons. Why what reasons. Well i obviously to say thank you in because you know we arrived but i take some extra heart claps if we're going to an awesome nation so we hit miami. I was like you know. Went to extra bagels. I've done it like you know san francisco right. I know it because it's an event in your landing in place you love but you have to go to some city. Don't name the city like some city. You're like oh gotta go. They're great all right. I've always been like you know if you're invited me. I'm coming and i'm going to be like yet family. Any family done in puerto rico. I still have a ton of family in puerto rico Surprisingly my sister ended up moving because of maria buffalo. I quite a confused so your family is doing. Ok okay. everybody everybody's safe. Everyone's doing fantastic. We'll thank you for listening gina. You have a great easter weekend. Okay guys love you to nate you when you're flying a lot of people There's just nervous said if you stop and think about the mechanics of how a plane works. You'd be nervous to don't think about that as you're taking off your flying Your what coming home from greece wonder woman do. I was coming from greece. And i was sitting next to this woman. She was in the middle seat and she was probably eighty. How you look at somebody and you can tell. They're just like ancient and so she does not nice. Elvis and don't say anxious not was really old okay but you could tell i mean. She had a weird funny smell to her. Like really kinda like animal smell and she looked like she had just come out of a village. I'm just gonna come right out and say like she had been where. There's no electricity or anything like that. You used to live in the village. It's beautiful talking. I let me just make it suggestion before you describe her anymore just tells us kind still a little mustache you but anyway rain. She was praying the entire time and then when the plane took off and landed she grabbed my hand and refuse to let go think she'd ever seen a plane before much has been on. I can imagine for some people. It's it's an experience where you're like. Thank god i'm on the ground again right and Yeah it was. It was yeah crazy. He's not telling you the end of the story when the end that little lady next to him that was danielle. Manera smells stinky woman with a moustache. Afraid gandhi you had. You had a run in with someone on the plane. And you're like oh my god. These people scandal should be flying. If they're so scared there was a little boy sitting next to me. He had to be three years old asked if he could sit in my lap. I was like what can i please sit in your lap window. I wanna sit in your lap. And i looked at his mom like oh. She's going to intervene. She said it's fine with me. If it's fine with you. I was like damn. That's terrible. I never ever get nervous flying really in so if someone next to me need some reassurance. I have no problem helping them out like you did that. Little boy in a sweet guy you took care of the little old ladies never fly on. She'd never flown a plane before. Did you end up banging her. Not killing wait a second. If it was me. i'm going to say no. That sounds like someone you'd be attracted to. I don't know you like those little ladies and the only one we're turbulence puts me to sleep. It's like rocks. Meet the thing ever whatever you to go for. It starts not the concussion you sustain from. Let's get into sound with garrett. Hey garrett know good morning by the way before you get started. Garrett is smiling today because he had a great night watching tv last night. you must've been in heaven. It was one of the first time. I've watched tv and went to bed going. That was a great night of tv. Like i wasn't like i was bored. It was just so much going on between law and order and then law and order organized crime and then greys anatomy love. Grey's anatomy the season so good all the all the old characters that we all know and love. Kate are coming back slowly but surely and then stabler back on law and order. I mean please. i'll go back and watch after the show. As soon as i'm done with this back i tell you. What with lot. Law and order organized crime launching last night it was a big event night for all law and order fans and by the way. If you wanna see my f- my toe the toe tag on it. That is coming up on the twenty eighth of this month. I do believe order. Svu all right sound going all right. Let's start with baseball. Season kicked off yesterday. Your team either won or lost. That's how sports are played right away or didn't play too because of protocol. So let's go to cleveland with the bali. Sports great lakes lakes network. Bruce drennan was doing the post game. Show of four. The cleveland tigers game. And of course cleveland loss and people were upset about it and then called into bruce's show and this is what he had to say to a caller good purchase. Down the middle. He won't it but the balls down around his ankles converts to shortstop into a double play. This has been going on for two years right. I guess missed a lot of the games that race kit in the clutch last year No no no. No no no no. You're you're an idiot. You don't know baseball. You are thank you are anything you know swat you stupid gonna tell me you're going to make a judgment on the season apple one game in thirty degree weather. That troops nowhere off our show. Fairweather bibi it. If dave brody had a radio show. I'm getting brody brody. That was that was nice. I heard the day brody show. Was that you on cracker. That was fabulous. I can't wait. Wait to tune in. Let me know when you're on. W. i wanna hear it make lovely at your news. We're fighting back. Silence all right. No i just want people to know that despite this show. I'm a really nice person. The brooklyn boys podcast. Stop dropping the name of your podcasting. Stop it all right. let's all right. Let's talk about new music. That came out nervo. They are australian. Dj duo they have a new song featuring paris hilton. And it's called pickle a okay downloading now. I wanna pickle pickle lyrics for that go ahead what else. I haven't here on your the pickle. My sandwich wanna make me eat you up. Life would be so boring without you baby. You're the my sandwich. Make my tone. Go ooh la la. You're the pickling my sandwich sandwich. Won't you pick me up. Give them the grammy now. Please okay. that's about it now. Louis my god you should see what's later in the peter piper picked up pekka pickled peppers Her makes her flip but her make her if the sweat make her then i can make you. If you want to see the rain and baby. I can change the weather. What what charity pickles. Let's talk about iggy azalea. She has a new song called brazil. Got wrexham as to his. That's iggy yes. Is she doing that with someone else. Never mind go ahead walk okay. All right let's go to. This is called film on. Check it out on those online. They always sound whoever's producing them really really makes it sound excellent. I love you. And then finally we've been talking about demi lovato's new album out now and this song features oriented grant. It's called met him last night. Seen the last night and say thank you does seem jay. Tomato album is so fantastic is out now. It came out last night. Make sure you get it. And that's it. That's it we want you to take it from your good american and we landed without dying. Thank you you ready to go right. Danielle more likely call it. What's doing so if you ordered a pair little satan shoes and you didn't get them yet. You might have to wait a little bit longer because as of right now. Nike has granted a temporary restraining order against the company. That makes them because they shouldn't have done that sunday night. The twenty twenty one sag awards are going down. The crown shits creek leading the pack in the television categories five nominations apiece. It'll be on tnt and tvs. If you want to check it out it was prerecorded. And i know a lot of the winners were already found out about so. I don't know if you wanna watch but you may want to. I am so excited about this. Csi vegas is going to be bringing back. Some of the original cast members grisham sarah hodge and the original actors and actresses that played them. I is basically going to be kind of like a sequel to csi the original. And we'll be happening soon. I i love the characters lady gaga something. Pretty cool is going to do something. Pretty for the fans record store day is coming out so she's giving us a special release of chromatic on vinyl two different editions one colored vinyl that will come out june twelfth on record store day and then black vinyls version comes out june twenty-fifth and that you can get gaga online shop so scary. Did you put it in the sound. That ask you so michael strahan. I told you the other day he posted that all. We got rid of that gap in to the took us to the dentist office to show with the entire procedure. And i said i call ball. It's april fool's day and then yesterday this happened. Do what makes you happy. Because i did and i am happy that that i did so i just wanted to say April fools come. Oh the gap is here to stay. We all knew that of course. Did you know in our friend. Tom is actually really friendly. With michael strahan on the set in and he he went on with. I mean he. He was talking to tom about this tooth. How excited he was against it and he didn't let on all that. It was a joke. And then tom felt betrayed. Kendall jenner has filed a restraining order against the nude trespass on her property of you remember nude person to person showed up with clothes on at two. Am to close off one for a swim in the pool and was yelling her name banging on her window so the police took them away six hours behind bars. But because of covid protocol got out and then continued over to her. Sister's house went over to kylie's house and started trouble there and wind up getting arrested again. And you know. The kendall has left her house. She is not going to be staying there any longer shows and feel safe. Olivia rodrigo gave us driver's license will. Now she's given us deja vu so you're gonna since her debut album coming out. May twenty-first tara reade says american pie. Five is happening guys and she says it's one of the best scripts find time to kind of get together and you know a camera who has a camera. Man is in talks to star transformers films that will follow in the universe. Set up in the two thousand eighteen bumblebee movie that i would love that. If he got that. That would be amazing walking dead. If you're a fan you know it's coming to a close next season will the guy who plays megan. Jeffrey dean morgan says wasn't supposed to happen. That way said we were supposed to be going past season eleven. It was a surprise to the cast when they decided to pull the plug on the show. Tonight you've got wwe friday night. Smackdown the blacklist rupaul's drag race. Tomorrow night you can watch the ten commandments. If you'd like for this weekend basketball still going on netflix. Gives you two new ones concrete cowboy which is a movie and the circuit which is a crime drama and of course over on disney plus. It isn't new episode of the falcon and the winter soldier. Danielle report daniel love you. I just think this whole thing is crap in the morning show Rolling into the weekend so ready to relax. I will continue to relax this weekend as all week. Thanks to mac. Walden mac weldon every day of the week for me. How about you your role. My does talking rain. Andy that works there. I said what's the latest and greatest. He said these stealth boxer brief. You don't even know you're wearing. How crazy is that. I just ordered a fan. I'm going back online today. I'm addicted i'm addicted. 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I was sitting right here. Everyone i was sitting here right now. Okay let's take a show of chopin's Who needs a vacation. Raise their hand. Oh yeah i'll take it. I'll take it away from getting out of here for a week. And i'm like oh my god please let me just just as we were talking about earlier we still have to land the plane scary just because just because the flights almost over doesn't mean we can run it into a mountain belt off and get up and start going to the overhead compartment. He must play safe. I'm so sick. Did see him flapping his wings like a frantic bird. But i couldn't hear anything and you're reading a piece of paper so it didn't get an act. Don't even pay attention. Turn the microphone on and say you're about to go on. Its head to do. Plus you are very good. Read missile you are. We gotta move on. This is not entertaining. Look at straight straighten. It you're supposed to be the boss in that place and you are not. They're not doing it. Not working eating happen. Oh my what's going to miss something. How breakfast here. And that's what's going on home. Having it's scary is is paying more attention to his chewing that he is the show doing it. he master. He's at master control. You're at the helm your flying the aircraft and you're like kitchen microphone gandhi. Why do you think this is so funny. Watching scary panic as one of my favorite things. I know it shouldn't be but he has like zero level of till he just goes ham immediately and if anybody else saw him flapping is low wage levels levels whatsoever. Thirteen yell into a wall throwing danielle through wall yelling to elvis microphone. That was the it's like. You're you're like twenty feet below the surface in the ocean below trying to yell at me. I don't hear you. Oh my god are your standards higher or lower during this time just answered that clearly. I'll look. It's really kind of funny how i'm listening. I'm looking down my list of topics. I could talk about today. The next one is how do you handle a bad. Co worker yell at them on the air. But they can't hear me. Because my microphones this texters right. We need we need to have a tv show because his translation but you don't see scary flapping his wings. Try to try to get flight. Yes thank you for all the text. I've been reading a few today off and on god turn you guys own. I feel like elvis is having the dark help. ems week. like i'm having i find it. I find this entertaining. It's hilarious anyway. Are there any other thoughts before we run for our lives. I mean are you planning on getting some relaxation in there or you're gonna go hunting talk going on relaxing hunting trip actually lot of actually going to finally see my nephew for the first time who was born six months ago. So i'm excited about that. But i'll be with my sister and my two little nephews doing things with them so i'm not sure it's gonna be relaxing. I don't you know little kids can't wait next week I'm actually having surgery done next friday. Okay all right. Yeah that sounds exciting laser gun but my wife's going to be with daniel disney so great by the way lasix surgery a miracle. You're gonna love it. You're gonna love the reside so excited in gandhi. What are you have going on this next week. I'm just hanging out with the parents still in florida. My dad is doing a lot better. But i am going to hang out with them until you know he's up and walking and doing all the things easby doing but i'm going to go to the beach for shore shore sunshine. Hey at least schrager is gonna call him next. Of course we're talking about these south between i will Yeah yeah it's yes. No yes no. Yes okay good. We'll talk to him about that. And god knows what else coming up face in the morning. Show alvis duane in the morning show. Hey how much you use twitter. Love people turn it off because he was getting to political and whatever our okay. There is one account on on here. I love. there's many but there's one called the field good page. You have to follow it on twitter. Today it's featuring baby a baby elephant on the beach playing in the sand. Did you find it gandhi. no. I can't find the baby elephant and it's driving me insane. You said it was eleven hours ago. It goes for ten hours to twenty three. I know it's called good page. Eleven is the official twitter thing anyway. Follow feel-good page eleven. It's fabulous anyway. He's least regular on the phone. Yeah let's go talk to lee hulo lee hello l. Andbranch we'll lee by the way. Just i just won't be fully transparent. Lee is one of my best friends. So just you just understand that going okay. lee of course brings us at least two incredible events every year that we love of course the south beach wine and food festival in the new york city food festival. Which of course they have been revised. Because you know what's going on but also you're doing something else conscious collection virtual fine wine and spirits auction it. I want you to talk about this. Because you're raising money for some of the most important people in our audience go ahead. It's all yours. Well thank you all this. And i i love you so much and your team for always being so supportive The conscious collection is coming up april night. It's an idea that we had really just to continue to support the hospitality industry as they go into recovery mode after they miserable thirteen fourteen months already and one hundred percent of the money that we raise from this auction. Next friday night is going to go to the barstool fund which was started by our friend day. Portnoy's he's raised over thirty four million dollars today and is giving this money out To small businesses our money that we raised from the which we hope will be over which moby over a million dollars we know at this point will go to the industry To small businesses In the hospitality industry. It could be a restaurant. It could be a bar. Could be food truck. Anyone who has been affected that this money will go to help them with their recovery and to get back on their feet. While i love it. You know. it's really great when you go out to eat a new york city lee You see on your check. It's what's officially called nate. Call new york city restaurant recovery. Yeah you pay a recovery fee. And with pride do i pay. I would pay more. They ask for more than just one of the many industries that was just bashed upside. The head was of course. Hospitality and Your favorite restaurants. The people who work there they need your help in. This is great so tell me about like the. Is this something you have to be a millionaire to be a part of. Because i'd say it sounds very pricey to me talk to me. I have to tell you. I mean there are some very pricey law like a weekend at sting's house at ready over fifty thousand dollars stock. Stop esteemed gonna be there. He's got be there. You know you can have them. I don't wanna go. You have to house to myself beacon for and things how In custody he could have dinner with mary. J where doing something with You know a walk on kerak mood on the rock movie. Kendall jenner walk on on the new car dashing. Show i mean. It's not all just wine and spirits. I mean obviously it or it's wine and spirits you know but there's a white truffle dinner that we're doing in the barreau low region of piedmont where you know you really amazing amazing items up. Nobody said no. We reached out to all of our rape brand new eight eighteen brand. That would kendall jenner. The new brand aviation from ryan reynolds ryan reynolds wife blake lively donated a lot and then bought it back. Oh wow that's not going to help a bid how how's the bidding going on the The six pack of white claw to the only people bidding. You can go each review with dave dave port. That'd be part of one of the pizza experiences. So although a lot of the lots off pricey there are certainly lots a few hundred dollars. I mean there's really something everyone and if your listeners are in a position to bid and support the hospitality industry this is really a once in a lifetime auction and something really getting the word out on. Well i'll tell you what li This this is a great message. Send out not only for people who can go online to bid but also for people who listen to us who are in the hospitality industry. You're hearing hearing you guys doing this lead. You put this whole thing together. Created this if they hear you doing that. It makes them feel great about themselves and getting back on their feet so tell us how to participate. Well you can sign up you. Can you can read it right now or you can watch the virtual live next friday night. The ninth of april from six to nine. Pm and guy. Fieri and dave courtney will be hosting it They'll be special surprised. Yes no appearances and maybe a musical act or two but your people can sign up to register right now they can go to auction dot zaky's dot com. They look conscious collection on april nine again. That auction dot zach dot com. And i know you'll put that up on your site your listener and then go to the conscious collection of virtual wine and spirits autism. Act all right. We'll put it up and elvis drench show on instagram and twitter. It's auctions dot zaki. What is the second word spell it for me. Dot d. a. c. h. y. s. dot com. Okay wine auction houses. You know probably one of the top auction house wine auction houses in that world. Okay good lead. 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Welcome back to another week here at the Young Turks big New Hampshire Week and I am joined this week. winsome comedy go back after a little bit of a gap Alonzo Bowens back in studio. Yes it's been wild than a while back. It's great to have you. You hear yes but in the weekend you're going to be the breakdown comedy club in Oklahoma City. My First Time Working Casey looking forward to it. I'll say hi to Chris Paul. While Mammo Clipper Pandy and Francesco Fiorentino have you. Here's what a week it's going to be. Oh God you know. It's it's like obviously it's really exciting tomorrow with New Hampshire and we're gonNA live coverage. Are you involved in that. Yes you're going to be involved. I was supposed to. I'm not going to be there and So you guys are going to hold it down and then I mean your corner no no. It's it's my wife's beat a day which some would say more important than the New Hampshire primary She's one of those people and So no it's going to be awesome to have A and an endless is going to be You know A calling in from New Hampshire and then later in the week we'll get the results so it should be just about What do you think another week later depends ends on where the where the tortoise goes and those sort of temperature later in the week I would go eventually? Yeah I mean. We don't have the bench give enough time. For Attorney Claire. Victory come on up city. Love the fun club surge. Yeah clubs surge. I love it. Meant that. Like that. Comment so look through the course of this hour we're GonNa talk about a lot of stuff at the end we're GONNA be talking about some Fox's promotion for a right wing comedy special special and I don't know anything about comedy but both of you do so. That should be really exciting along the way we've got discrimination. We've got Biden lashing out at Pete Buddha judge and sanders circuits defending himself against some some new tax. But before we get to all that. Why don't we start off the most excited news today? The Federal Budget Donald Trump has released the details his budget proposal for this year. Barren mind before we get into the specifics that this is not the budget that is necessarily going to pass. It's almost certainly the budget that will pass but here is what he wants. He is especially because it's not going to necessarily become law. Anything putting here is basically a symbol. It is trump saying what he wants and what he does not want. So we've got a lot here. It's a four point eight trillion dollar proposal That includes two billion dollars to fund his enhancements to the border wall. Two billion additional dollars for this year so far they've spent eighteen billion dollars on that wall between the US and Mexico it. This time the enhancement is just that the wall will stay up right. That's it won't be blown over by what's that thing winds I mean yes. They're going to the third little pig and they're going to see if they can build something to withstand the hot and the huffing and puffing was powerful against the wall it I mean this is all you know the whole budget this. It's all fantasy right. It's like we're going to spend this much. And then he increases spending based on economic growth. That's never happened. Yeah you know. Then it's not going to happen but again this. This is a political appeal to who is base. That's all it is. Then he can say. Hey I put in. This and I wanted to do that and they stopped me from this. And it's all you know it's like you said it's his dream it's projection and come on. How much did he right? That's a good point and so again like we said Multiple Times Times. You can't necessarily be sure that any of these numbers GonNA end up actually looking like this but The Democrats didn't billions for his wall last year and they supported the military budget just a few months ago so so some of it could make it through all the way. I don't know why we're still paying taxes like you know what like for I just this. It's ridiculous like Ken. Will someone come after me like listen. I'm not Mafia. I'd like to think someone would come after me though. That is important enough if I evaded my taxes someone adventure would you. No one can dream. But I honestly don't know why we are again you're saying the complicity of the Democrats. And all this you know every time. I think what happens with Democrats is that you you say there's going to be Militarization like border security. There's GonNa call security and then eventually that gets siphoned off into building more of this dumb wall. I mean he's already siphoned off money from FEMA safe enough money from the military like. I don't understand why we are cooperating anymore but of course I can't say that because I'll she called UNCIVIL and bipartisan. If you were rich you wouldn't have to pay taxes so you don't WanNa pay taxes. Step up your game Steph Steph. Bring home a couple of billion a year then you wouldn't be bothered paying taxes and the thing about the military budget. There's there's two things things I look at. This is one like the veterans portion of the budget. I'm fine with that. The only problem is exactly what you said. It doesn't get to them. See if if it got to them if it got to improving the Veterans Hospital budget if it got to improving their their other benefits and stuff like that you know they deserve it and and I be okay with the problem with taxes and the budget is the money never gets to where they say. It's GonNa go if the money was actually used to rebuild infrastructure structure for example and you actually saw the roads were getting smooth or bridges. Weren't falling down. Then people be like okay. I don't mind paying taxes. Hey wait there's a new school ooh got built so you know the pro and the thing about the military money is. It's political suicide to say no to the military budget. That's that's the thing. Remember everyone in Congress everyone in the Senate. They're all their only job is getting reelected rights. Once they're in their whole thing is I gotta keep my job and it is. It's it's the first thing that will be used against you. You talking joke about being uncivilized un-american if you're in Congress and you vote to cut one one penny from the military but you were obviously in league with the terrorist your right you have to do you. You know so that I listen I. I don't know what the solution is. This can't keep going. It's impossible to sustain this. What happens is every twenty years at thirtieth the economy crashes right right now? Listen I'll be honest old guy. I've had a good run. You not so good but I think about the next crash. I'm going anyway so the yeah. Yeah no you're right now in this budget the military is getting like seven hundred fifty fifty billion dollars because we're fighting Mars or something. No just a regular run of the mill budget seven hundred billion dollars and that's not even the full budget there's there's all sorts of contingencies and oversees all that and look I think we could easily cut the budget in half it combined with some other changes to our foreign policy and be perfectly perfectly fine. I know like you say they'll say you're not supporting the military that's Bs way more supportive. I want really well paid. Soldiers with full benefits who are really really far away from bulletin bombs and rockets. Because they're here and they're well paid. That's what I actually want. I agree people react negatively to any sort of talk about cutting the military budget. And that's why some people have been trying to shift the narrative about that for a very long time. But it's on us to do that. We have to redouble our efforts in the same way that we've been trying to get people. We'll pay attention to the climate crisis for years and years and years sometimes for some people decades we after the same thing because we are wasting so much money that could go to so many other things I mean. I don't I don't even know where the money for our allies who ended up killing and Disappearing journalists ghosts. Who is that in this military budget? Is that in the State Department budget. I'm not sure I mean you talk about terrorists but it's like as long as it's a state sanctioned you know act there's no terrorism there and what Saudi Arabia Abia does or what Israel does. That's totally fine right. We can't call we get You know criticize that or else. We're definitely un-american ETC The budget though I think is is brilliant because it really is the continuation of like Bannon's fan fiction between Charles Dickens Line ran the keeps on writing thing and like you said it there about destroying the state they wanNA dismantle the state and you know Alonzo's point with with like you don't see the roads fixed you know you don't. We don't put money into infrastructure. It's the self fulfilling prophecy because if you don't see it being fix your life. Why do I pay taxes anyway? Oh yeah the stage just gouging me. Everything's rundown it's like it's all deliberate. And so yeah. We are living in that nightmare. Fan Fiction Right now and to address your point with the military budget I- i- transparency is part of it because within this budget is just like pay for put US troops for the soldiers and housing like show us how much money is being unspent on that part. And we're okay with that and then maybe we'll cut down on the budget to battle Mars. Maybe that maybe space force. They've got a they've got an emblem. Now we'll get them t shirts and we'll just stop you know and even you know again. I used to work in this industry and somebody's technical. Technological advances dances made by the military. Do come back to civilian life. You know everything in your car was developed. An aircraft years ago some of it makes sense and some of it's ridiculous regular but they won't break it down the other thing is and this is where trumps based on. What you talked about with Bannon is is so amazing? They they don't even try to lie any more. You know what I mean. It's just they say we're not cutting Medicaid as they're cutting Medicaid and their base is sitting there like well at least not cutting Medicaid stupid. They're cutting medicaid decay. You know so. They can't they can't do any wrong getting back to what you were saying. They can't With their base. No matter what they say we'll play along we'll believe it. Yeah Eve- even when the claim that they're not gonna cut it comes forty eight hours before the budget cuts. That would be an easy connection to make it really fast. I just WANNA run through a couple. The other big changes Mainly in the area of cuts. Because you talked about what about our allies well military allies probably GONNA be fine but if you don't have good military if you're in trouble while you're screwed because the trump budget calls calls for a twenty two percent cut to the State Department and the US Agency for International Development's budget effectively overall for four aid it is a twenty one percent cut and and Generally and you ask a lot of Americans about should be cut. They say yes when you ask them. What percentage of the federal budget goes to foreign aid? They say twenty to thirty percent set. It's a tiny little fraction of that. But they think we're just handing hundreds of billions of dollars every single year which was National Endowment for the arts. That's Fassi percents really eats up. Most of the federal never publicly funded. We wouldn't have country anymore with that much money. They can do the hands. It's so really fast. I want to give you just a preview. An idea of what a twenty one percent cut tour foreign aid might produce so trump last April froze four hundred and fifty million dollars in supports Cortel Salvador Guatemala Honduras. That's needed direct support for people living in extreme poverty endangering those nations leading to seek better opportunities the United States in twenty team for example example more than one hundred sixteen thousand Guatemalans crossed over the southern border more than any nation except Mexico. Now the idea that you take away aid for these places that in a really rough state things get worse than they decide to come here. The connection between that and then coming here is not lost on the people who made this budget because they are putting more money into the wall they are putting more money into the Department of Homeland Security so they get what pain and suffering this is going to produce. They just don't care. It's the self fulfilling prophecy. Once again you. To cut off the aid to these countries in need you Force people to flee and then you blame them for their own destitution and and and listen. I think we don't talk about this enough. But I think that the refugee crisis and the migrant crisis I'm going to call it a crisis is this hemispheres version of the a Syrian refugee crisis. And it's GonNa require like I'm not saying it's going to be a simple fixed but it's going to require a multi national solution. That crosses borders orders right that has to do with both trade and safety obviously has a lot to do with us. Because I'm sure we're not cutting I don't know how much military aid we're cutting cutting humanitarian aid. But our military might be continuing funnel through there But Anyway the point being is that we we need to solve this. We need to fix this. I don't want I think no American wants to say that Salvadorans or Guatemalans Should be able to should have to leave. Their country should have to leave their country if they need to if they need to seek asylum asylum. I believe that they should be able to seek asylum in the states. But like I don't want to create the conditions for them to have to leave in the first place But anyway it's back to the cruelty not like a cruelty is your aim. If an ethno nationalist Extremist agenda is your aim. This is how you go about doing it. Absolutely absolutely deeming. Listen we can get a lot of that. Humanitarian cut out the golf trips to Mirror Lago. Yeah that's one third of the money that we're spending uh-huh on humanitarian aid around where I mean the what you said about the self fulfilling prophecy. Sure take away their money take away their food takeaway housing take away any incentive active. And they're gonNA WANNA come to a country where they feel they have a better opportunity. But there's no. There's no profit in building opportunity in their country. That's that's not sexy but sexy is what gets you votes as saying. Oh look here's another march. We got to build the wall. You ever noticed the the the refugee march the caravan's caravans only happened a month before an election. Yeah only time. There's a caravan among and then the day after an election all right break it up. Go home it's like they're Hollywood extras. It's like we're GONNA. We're GONNA listen when I need something. You'RE GONNA need fifty thousand extras to march toward the border. All right. That's a wrap everybody go home. Pick up your most every single time. really fast. Let's go through a couple more cuts just see. No now. We pointed out They say we're not cutting social security Medicare Medicaid. Even though he has already said that he will in an interview then he tweeted that he wouldn't. They're cutting four point four trillion dollars over a decade one hundred thirty thirty billion dollars effectively in cuts over prescription drug prices through Medicare two hundred ninety two through Safety net cuts including things having to do with work requirements for Medicaid and snap and also seventy billion dollars cut through limiting eligibility for federal disability benefits. So politicians are often really dishonest. They hide what they WANNA do. So I would like to give credit to Donald Trump and the republicans heading into their election. Saying no we're going to cut trillions from the most popular programs in the history of American governance governance. Good job. They're really fast. It's also no. I believe that Greta has had an effect. The EPA is going to receive a twenty six percent cut so that's impressive. Hud is going to have a fifteen percent cut. And you know what they're even cutting the Centers for disease control by nine percent as the corona viruses over the headlines isn't actually a significant in that way in terms of setting the agenda for the CDC. But they don't care no all these things the EPA hud the CDC that doesn't benefit billionaires benefits. Dumb schmucks like us well again. Their base doesn't believe that I mean you have a base that votes against its its own best interest right so when you have people who are voting for two to eliminate the EPA when the mind is right next to them when the toxic sick dump is right next to them or or whatever then why not do it. You know it from the point of if you're the rich Republican businessman to whom need regulations relations cost money. Kid You know how. They're probably amazed they like really. They're gonNA just let us don't this sludge. Well Yeah Eh. Let's get the sludge dumping. I mean it it's fascinating but but it sure you have a and this is a locked in base that don't bother us with the facts or or anything else. Are Kids getting sick. The hospitals now one hundred miles away. Whatever any of that all you do say well that was a democratic congress? They like Eh. So it's easy. This stuff gets lost in the budget. Yes this is arguably the most unsexy topic ever and no no one's going to go back and be like I wonder why the Corona Virus broke out late twenty twenty throughout the country. Oh it's because you know we gutted the CDC or you know so. I think we need a plan to put very hot actors to work in explaining the national budget like Allah Margot Robie in the Bathtub in the movie that I'm forgetting cry. Yeah I was GONNA say moneyball but it's it's the same director this money but the point is we need more if the Oscars could just explain the budget as they're walking on the red carpet is that too much to ask. Yeah Yeah walking. And did his his part. I guess in some of these but we'll get to. That was all over the place but I love him. He's you really. Think that any trump supporters there's going to be listening to one of the Hollywood liberals. Yeah Yeah I do know every right wing personality was watching. Because they're all live tweeting the entire. They I knew it was going on. And if you are if you're trump supporter or maybe you're conservative doesn't love trump but you still think that the Republicans are the party. That's going to keep you save. Just bear in mind that yes they will protect you from caravans that they hype up the danger. That are not actually dangerous to you and your family. But for things like infectious disease The climate being destroyed you you know more natural disasters in the future massive cuts to that. They're not just not going to protect you. They're literally disarming the agencies that are set up right now to protect you and your family so bear that in mind as we had a nude election without thinking short break but come back thanks for watching to it. What if you could take control of your Internet experience for the price of a cup of coffee a month well if you had an order? VPN Dot com slash two it. You'll be able to connect up to six devices to Nord. VPN's military grade encryption for just three forty nine a month. If you go now they'll even throw in from one in Fremont go now our buddy You know I started the show by saying uh-huh excited it was to have both of you on and apparently I was the only one Salty sage wrote in a member's comments saying Alonzo and Francesca. This feels like a power panel and Liliana said any day with Francesco on an epic date. Superstock Alonzo is going to be in my neck of the woods to changing my plans this weekend. Step up your funny tonight. John Nam and try to look like an idiot and progressive in the modern world. Said trump watch the news right before working on the budget and thought hey great idea the they have a cartoon version of those say. There's no way trump could sit through Linda's maybe the first three minutes something that's about as good as he's GonNa get and Yeah Oh by the way if you would like to have your members comments read. You're probably going to have to be a member you want to be one of those Z.. Good at USC DOT com slash. Join to become a member today which is GonNa get you access not only to all the special member stuff postings and all that and other shows but also the exclusive Content that comes at the end of our big election day tomorrow. We're doing New Hampshire. Almost all of that is for everyone. There will be a little bit at the exclusive for members so little bit extra. If you support the network and with that why don't we jump back into it with Bernie Sanders now by virtually every metric the front runner in this thing. He is accordingly accordingly being attacked more and more and those attacks are coming from people like James Carville which we'll get to but also of course. Donald Trump here is Bernie responding to some of trump's trump's attacks against him. I think he's a communist. I mean you know look I think communism when I think of Bernie now you could say socialist but did they get married in Moscow we we got a president who is a pathological liar. Who likes although I did not getting married in? Moscow participated in creating a sister city. You program with the city of Yaroslava. When I was mayor the city we have Republicans with US people at city officials? So that's a lie and obviously I am not a communist that I presume assuming the president knows the difference. Maybe he doesn't I would bet every dollar has he could not give a convincing definition of both separately. Yes he could. Yeah I think Kaputin has taught him he did. That's one he better not get raw. Putin Blake all right this question you. You'd think quit his history in Moscow he wouldn't bring it up. Yeah and just just. I'm just saying there are certain towns. I've been to that. If you ask the Best I'll do is admit I've been there. Let's say there was anything that happened. No one else was involved in a hotel room with You know was. They're doing their job. That might have involved. You know we don't talk about urine did I say you're I did wasn't something r Kelly would call a holiday okay. We can really fast on that. I don't I don't necessarily WANNA get so into it. But it is odd to pivot from years of people alert being critical on Russian government. You know they work with us. In some ways strong leadership gets done like the obvious friendship between them like trying to sort normalize that relationship for several years and then turn back to I mean he was there and that is by itself and obviously it was about the facts but but that seems like a weird pivot. I mean I have no doubt that a lot of trump supporters will be able to do that. They follow his words. They'll have to change their like Russia's our friend t-shirt don't they have what they are double sided for sure or what what was that. What was the unite? The right how to chant. I'm really striking guys Monday. No I wasn't at that rally. I mean what's interesting about trump and Bernie need that I've always found fascinating is that trump actually understands that centrist Democrats and the establishment Democrats Corporate Democrats. Really Really Hate Bernie. Sanders any utilizes that he plays on that too. Actually I would say pick off or try to pick off unsuccessfully Some people on the left or more specifically like try to sort of get the independent voters. Get the right wingers. Who might sort of like Bernie? Because they like his is ideas He's trying to any utilize. He does it so well and now that Bernie is a front runner. He's pivoting to okay. He's a communist. He's a socialist. Obviously the to me I wish Bernie would just hit back a little harder on this like we're talking about a president who is a total is just a walking corruption case He runs his administration like a Mafia He's completely bludgeoned bludgeoned every Republican to fall in line with him politically and you know. He does go into the idea of socialism and when it comes to trump's version of socialism awesome which is corporate handouts which is over inflating the military. You know that's that's taxpayer. Money to you know so. Somehow we have tons of money when it comes to military and we're totally totally broke. When it comes to healthcare we actually have a little bit more Santa's where he gets into a bit of that and he does go a little bit harder against trump so let's watch in many respects in many respects Alexa where a socialist society today? We have a huge budget puts money into all areas now donald trump before he was president as a private business person. He received eight hundred million dollars in tax breaks and subsidies to build luxury housing in New York now. Now what does that mean when the government gives you eight hundred million dollars in tax breaks and subsidies for fossil fuel industry whose product happens to be destroying in our planet right now receives tens and tens of billions of dollars in tax breaks and sodas the pharmaceutical industry the difference between my socialism and trump socialism. MM-HMM IS I believe. The government should help working families not billionaires. So there I I I absolutely agree with you that they need to to hit back harder. Yeah and much harder now this is still. I think the Democrats are still too to gentle in a fight. You you know this fight and and I think you give trump too much credit to say he's aware of Bernie standing with centrist Interest Democrats etc.. He doesn't know people tell him but but you know but he doesn't know to and the other thing John when you talk about how he bounces around he like Bernie said he's a pathological liar. There used to be a character. The Jon Lovitz did on Saturday night live. It was called a liar and and I can't do it any justice but what he would do he'd get caught in a lie and he would just keep going with like he finds something you believe and then he'd so so it's literally like trump is like doing the character Bernie Bernie's a communist. Yeah yeah that's it. He got married in mice got. Yeah that's the ticket and again if it wasn't wasn't real it would be hilarious. He's making up the lies as he goes right now. And but but you haven't an audience that's believing it right this goes. This goes back to Barack Obama. Not being not being an American right the most ridiculous thing you like well. Who's going to believe that? Apparently millions There's no subtlety to what trump does and I think the Democrats need to learn. I don't think that the Democratic Party to candidates it's still bill like it's it's all over the place you know what I mean when they say does this this Super Hatred Bernie. It's like there's no candidate that that everybody's getting behind at this point you know. So so they're choosing the whoever. The front runners going to be right at the front runner. This week is Biden. Then bring this up about. We hate Biden. If it's Bernie bring this up we ate Bernie me and Blah Blah Blah And I don't know how that's going to play out but when you talk about the fight against trump this this you know I love Michelle Obama but when they go low we go hi. That ain't GonNa work now when they go low go low. Yeah go you know you. That's the only thing because because unfortunately it seems to be what works yeah yeah and with With trump like the the media does like at least somewhat recently they like to fact check trump. But I worry that in his attacks against Sanders there. The zeal forward is not going to be there because a lot of the media either believes the same sorts of lies about sanders or they find it convenient for them to be spread as a tiny little example of that in that clip. That you saw where he says that Santa got married in Moscow. I forget if it was sanders is or one of his surrogates but they were on one of the cable news channels and the way that was portrayed was trump joked about him vacationing in Moscow. No trump did not joke about anything when he told a lie. He was corrected on the spot. By Sean Hannity Guy who came out looking like he had a connection to the truth but the media even that was spun in a way that still sort of made trump look. Better Than Sandy's I think this I think he had such a good response though and I and I am so sorry that I said I want him to be stronger. I think he was really strong. And I think Alonzo's Alonzo's right that other Democrats and the media have to Not a like actually be honest having this discussion. What do you mean when you were saying your socialist this country you know? We shouldn't be socialist like you should define what you mean by that because it shows that you're not actually listening to what Bernie Sanders is saying. He's never said that. He wants to implement socialism in this country. He said he wants democratic socialist reforms. And he's not even really said that he's just mostly mostly focused on things like healthcare on green new deal. He's mostly talking about moving the Democratic Party back to being the party of FDR of the working class right anything goes goes to our discussion about the budget. Absolutely it matters when anything. It's important for us to throw back in the faces of anyone who says this is socialism that we do you give billions and billions of dollars to the fossil fuel industry to the pharmaceutical industry to the private healthcare industry. There are there that companies get tax breaks left in writing to supposedly give us jobs so that is absolutely matters. When we're having this discussion? We should bring it up at every point in the media should bring it up. That is if if we're going to really have an honest conversation of socialism have an honest conversation about where the money currently goes in our country. Well the big problem with me. I may as a few big problems with the media media but it is another area where trump's bullying techniques have worked massively. Because if you call him a liar if you call him out on a lie then you'll lose your White House credential. You know it's like oh well you're not allowed to ask questions anymore because you pointed out the obvious lie told right and in fact that the the media is is is so owned by corporate companies now and it is such a for profit industry. You know what I mean. It's like well. We don't want offend the advertisers. You know which is really bad when we get to the media level of that right but but that is the big. It's such a simple thing to say. That's not true I don't know about you. I watch these news conferences. I want I want somebody. That's not true. What you just said? You just made that up you know. But but they can't do it because they'll lose their credential or they lose their their turn asking questions right and their bosses at whatever network there from like. You can't do that. You can't blow our our access to these White House I it's it's it. It is increasingly difficult for the American public to get any sort of truth. Matt's what's and again we're in a situation here and the the viewers of of ty people were engaged and were involved but that unfortunately is not the majority of American majority of America might turn on the evening news for a little while or or something like that and just unfortunately don't get informed I just wanted one of the members comments because I love the name Co host Jenky Greatest. That's funny because he's not That was beautiful. Man Bernie really trump on the socialism for the rich point Yeah and with that. I do think we're going to have to move on. There's some great Nina Tina Turner. Pledge at all you mean to turn okay. We're GONNA play one going to look you you for instance. You wanted someone someone strong I think I have someone strove so Nina Turner was on the news and she's been asked about James Carville wild wild attacks against Bernie Sanders and movement and supporters. And what it would mean if he were the nominee and Here's a bit of new turn. Respond those attacks. James Carville made the argument over the weekend that Senator Sanders isn't a Democrat. He's an ideologue and we've got to get practical. If he is the candidate he is not going to be able to help win over. The Senate does does practical mean that the eighty nine or so million people who are uninsured or underinsured in his country continue to suffer does being practical means. We don't take steps in this country to deal. With climate chaos and bring world leaders to bear does be impractical mean that we continue to prop up a legal system that is unjust in in every stretch of the nation that bears his weight down a black men and black women and then by extension if you are Hispanic or indigenous or poor does being practical practical means that we don't say to the American people that you deserve better than what you are getting. That's not the kind of practicality we want this practical mean that you hold fundraisers in wind cave warsi crystals with bill billionaires who want to control the system this practical mean we continue to go with the status quo while five hundred thousand people sleep sleep on the streets at night. That's not practicality. So with all due respect to Mr Carve with the p American people in this country need they need somebody that is unabashed and that has the courage rich and the conviction to stand up for them and to call out the rigging of the system. I mean it doesn't get much stronger. Good I mean and this I think speaks to the heart of what is so horrible about the attacks on Bernie Sanders for being a democratic socialist. which is that? It completely bypasses reality that Nina Turner just mentioned I seven different issues. Everything from homelessness to incarceration to climate change to healthcare in one long breath and that was more coverage than most news outlets do in an entire day. So this is someone who's actually in touch with reality at someone who is in touch with real people struggling struggling. And she's bringing that and saying yeah it's not that radical if you look at where people are at it's not that radical you look at where trump has taken us which was already bad three more years down. This hellhole right and so even just to get back to quote unquote. Normalcy will require require a radical agenda but moving moving forward is going to require some actual vision and some plans so hats off to Nina. Yeah exactly well. We want an ideal. You WANNA candidates running. They're supposed to promise you the moon supposed to aim high. I don't think it can't supposedly you know I'm a go right about here right. You know what I mean you you GonNa make promises and then when and you get office you do the best. Hopefully you would do the best you can to make these things happen so you know this is. This is the thing with the the hatred dietrich toward Bernie. I think like if you're if you're Carville this statements get you in the news. You know what I mean. That's part of his job. Yeah so so maybe I'm wrong. Maybe maybe I'm underestimating this. But I don't think the Democrats who haven't decided yet. Let's call them Democrats undeserved they don't automatically hate Bernie and the stuff Bernie is talking about. Is What people need and what people want so people are going to listen to so so I think in this situation you give him too much credit to James Carville honestly I can give too much credit to what he's a talking head. Ah That's his job. And if you're a talking head and you can't stir up enough controversy that somebody's mentioning you. Then you're losing your job. You know what I mean so well. We're talking heart here. We're not talking heads okay. Yeah I'm done. It could be both. His head is in now now but her his perspective is maybe early two thousands at best. Maybe the nineties and I know that like Nina Turner talked about there and the way they attacked Bernie at the debate where the first ten questions are. Hey all of you attack democratic social visit crazy. Aren't we lose that. Look the term. Democratic Socialism is new to a lot of people the philosophy the ideology is not. There's easily one hundred million democratic socialists in this country don't know yet but they have been craving a candidate that expresses this is those values who champions platform for a long long time and it is just amazing. The the the the media figures they just don't get it so they have someone like they. You don't know how to respond okay with that. We do need to take a break but stick around because Joe Biden He has decided to go low against Buddha judge. And the interesting after this. We hope you're enjoying this free clip from the young Turks. If you WANNA get the whole show and more exclusive content while supporting independent media become a member number two. It dot com slash. Join Today in the meantime enjoy this free segment. Hello and welcome next first hour of the young Turks. We've got an awesome story coming up in just a minute biden versus Buddha judge in a new AD But I did want to read a couple of comments. I I from the Super Chat which you can do on Youtube. Kevin says it always been my belief that if you're blessed with excess of moral responsibility to help those that don't how. How can you claim to be Christian at the same time? Argue against social supports agree On hashtag Santos Wante says when they go low meet meet them with an elbow from the sky and you can build up some more speed. Because they're right moving. What wrestling move is that from this sky galveston flying elbow and there was another member? Comment from Angie says Alonzo's my favorite comedian slash social commentator. I really look forward to seeing being on the show in hearing him on wait. Wait don't tell me what benefit you and I'll be on. Wait wait this weekend awesome. Let's you don't have to wait long. Okay and okay with that. Why don't we jump back into the news? Joe Biden was hurt by what happened in Iowa. I mean we all were confidence in. The system wasn't all that but he in particular was hurt by the apparent rise of Buddha judge who has been rising in the polls after Iowa. I can't say for sure that. That's why Joe Biden has decided to go in this direction but take a look at their most recent ad. Toronto Obama Call Joe Biden. Those bars Broza Merck overhead but keep Buddha. Judge doesn't think much of the vice president's record. Let's compare when President Obama called on Joe Biden Liden helped lead the passage of the affordable. Care Act which healthcare to twenty million people and when park goers called on Buddha judge. He installed decorative lights under bridges just giving citizens of South Bend colorfully illuminated rivers who vice president Biden and former mayor. Buddha judge have taken on top fights under threat of a nuclear Iran Ron Joe Biden helped to negotiate the Iran deal and under threat of disappearing pets. Buddha judge negotiated later licensing regulations on pet scanners. Both Vice President Biden and former mayor. Pete have helped shape our economy. Joe Biden helped save the auto industry which revitalize the economy of the Mid West. I and led the passage and implementation of the recovery saving our economy. From a depression Pete Buddha judge revitalize the sidewalks downtown southbound by laying out decorative brick and both biden and Buddha judge have made hard decisions despite pressure from the NRA. Joe Biden passed the assault weapons ban through Congress his then he passed the violence against Women Act and even when public pressure mounted against him from the former mayor. Pete fired the first African American police chief southbound and then he forced out the African American fire chief to. We're electing a president what you've done matters on the democratic side. That's about as rough as I've seen so far this. Oh yeah yeah the Republicans they pull up the knives. Second Sodas but that for for for a Democrat that was pretty brutal the music against although I don't know if the musical reverse if I would've been like can't with those lights under the bridges are important. I was just music in my head. While the music's part of the psychology of the you know like we were talking about off off camera average on the thing about being vice president when you take credit for these things we don't know how involved vice president is you know other than Cheney. That was the only time when we knew the vice president isn't it was running things. 'cause you know Bush would be going for a bicycle ride chain. You would handle it. So it's difficult to judge judge in you know what I mean. Say how much it is he did. But it's a political ad what's posted. It's supposed to be this. It's supposed to be. This is my best and this is is your worst this is my best and this is your silliest so when it like that's what political ads do they always say oh. We're not going to do that. Yes you are yes you are because that's what politicians do because it has been proven that it works. Yeah I just like watching. Moderate candidates go after one another. And just you know seeing being just like fighting over who has less effective ideas. It's very cute. It's been a rough evening. Progresses win when moderates do that so more of it but definitely definitely definitely we were talking to our production meeting. There's a me of like all the nights the roundtable putting their swords in the middle and it was like like Bernie Rose Warren Liberals Club Char fans in the middle. It's just hating. There hasn't been a big week for mayor. Pete Can heal the Warren Bernie divide divide people common enemy. And we're GONNA have one just on the Biden thing I don't know how involved using these things but I've been following. Let him for about a year and man he says he was. He was buying passage all those things the ACA Iran nuclear deal. The the Paris accords. All that stuff. I'm going to ask ask. What was Barack Obama doing? During these eight years we was apparently Joe Biden was holding down. The house was going to the pancake. Breakfast and eating just full stack and rand slammed MANDIC and kissing babies. Yeah I wonder I wonder how feels about Joe Biden claiming credit for everything that happened but anyway that do that that is a throwing that away but that is a huge question. That's a huge question because it would be imagine. If Barack Obama said those things about Joe that would be a whole different commercial and that commercial would have much more impact. If he's like Yeah Joe helped me do ABC Andy. We don't know he's going to endorse if and we don't know that he's got an indoor somebody but we don't know who it's going to be you know and you keep you keep going back to two Pete and Iowa Man Imagine if they knew he was gay that would have been older. People would have been walking across gyms all over Iowa. Exactly what I'm going to that side of the gym so we have the response to this ad response. Well you know it's a typical political attack and It's too bad because you know so many communities communities like mine and south then we we know that we might look small from the perspective of Washington. But toss. It's it's what's going on in Washington that looked so small and small minded after C. N.. N.'s Jeff Zeleny. He pointed out. That Biden made a similar inexperienced attack on Barack Obama In the two thousand eight presidential race former Vice President Biden replied quote. This guy's not a Barack Obama Obama. What do you think of that? Well he's right I'm not and neither. Is he neither is any of US running for president and this is in two thousand eight. It's it's two two thousand twenty in so many years to master his Barack Obama impression when she pulls out all the time way to say nothing. Yeah that was the home instantly constantly. Just you know it's just word salad it's like it's like inspirational words. Salad and then. Trump is like senile xenophobic world's Word Salad and they're very similar. I think a debate. I don't WanNa see a debate between the two of them but it would just be kind of funding to see through that one thought is expressed yourself dude. If you actually have something to say if you think I think that is wrong then talk about your legacy if you have a legacy but it feels like you don't our legacy yet and what you do have is actually firing a black police chief and being like having a letter written by a bunch of African American police officers about your tenure and about discrimination nation in your own police force one of the like three or four different anyway. Well that is his legacy. I think it would have been would have been hilarious right when he said that. Just you know none of us. Are Barack Obama. A Little Barack Obama head just popped up damn right. You Ain't right you ain't and is this this'll we're here. Wouldn't it be great if Barack just finally reached a point like stopped being barack like there's nothing to lose anymore. Say what you really think what you really that would be wonderful you. He's he's one thing he will. You can't read them. You can read. And they said this was whole presidency and a lot of times times people like he doesn't know what he's talking about it and then they find out two years later like wow he was right on top of that like he literally you. You don't WanNa play poker against him. Tell you that Eh. He didn't give up anything but just if that head would have popped up they can't we get key and Peele to bring back angry Baraka just pop up day right. You Ain't that'd be. Just oh man that that would've been perfect. Okay we're GONNA work on that I think we have time for one more story. Let's do that recently on Fox nation for or a right wing or right leaning comedy tour. That's going around. Here's a bit of that promotion furniture life liberty and the pursuit of laughter watches Comedian Michalakis. Gallacher's gives his hilarious. Take on American history. I think England Mrs America every Fourth July. They're like damn it. We lost. We could have had it all. American politics antics. Everybody remembers the Bill Clinton when he first came in when he was relaxed and laid back and then we found out why and American stereotypes. I'd like to get someone from all. Aw ends against someone from rural on the wheel of Fortune on the same day ticket. Yeah I'd like to buy a plus the musical comedy musings of Brian in Hater. Everything is extreme. Everything Ismi can't laugh out loud with Damn right to freedom to oh lack as we all know am not a comedian but both of you are so. I've been curious for a long time about conservative comedy. It doesn't often make a ton of sense to me now from what I can see from the footage we have a little bit more. This does not seem like hard right attacking liberals sort of comedy but like you've you've both traveled you've gone all over the place and some of these areas and in fact you know some of the people involved so tell me a little bit about this about conservative. Well let me take Michael Michael Longtime Mike is he's a great comic. Look he found a niche here. He found a bunch of people who are going to pay good good money to see him and he's GonNa do his material. I don't think he's the extreme right-wing hateful kind of you know what I mean. It's not a rally it but but whatever it is I'm mad at you found you making money good for him. You know what I mean this right wing thing people always ask. What's it like right wing? They don't come to comedy comedy clubs they don't they. Don't come to two comedy certainly not coming to see me. So they see a black comic up there they like wonder if this guy's what trump no no they pretty much ahead ahead of time so good for him. I mean this is like what diamond and Silk Right. Look at look at them now. That's one that really you talk about. We're in it for the money you know so good for my and if you and let me tell you as a comic right as a comic if I could get a network to promote my tw- war if I could get CNN to say go see Alonzo Boden or or MSNBC or anybody or or the young Turk can someone but but that's huge. It's it's about selling tickets making money man putting assets and seats blessed. Listen it's funny because that Promo definitely didn't seem mm-hmm again like super extreme because usually when you see like right wing comics or like we don't give a rat's behind about the S J ws you know we're GonNa Punch Down Amoun- Wigan Milk Fun. Everybody remember we used to make fun of the poor and the disabled old the old days like that's usually what right wing comedy Kind of bills itself off as which is just being mean spirited and listen it gets laughs in certain you know fortune circles but what I will say? Is this if you think that like comedians cans and comedy like people are way too sensitive and no one's laughing anymore go to an open mic. There is an open mic near you. On any given night it is at a dumpy. The bar you can go there and you will see the most offensive sexist racist homophobic material being tried out and just feel at ease and be like yes. This freedom of speech isn't dead. There are lots of comics who bring their dogs inside the bar and you know maybe they live around the corner. We don't know dumping on the thing is there's a lot of bad comedy out there and I just don't find right wing comedy funny Because usually it's making fun of people who are actually in need so that's my take on. I think people still do that kind of comic. Say don't go go see an open mic. Come see US pros due. Waste your time unfunny people do it come see us funny. People do it I could spend hours on that argument about what you're not allowed to say in comedy. I I stand behind this one hundred percent. If it's funny you can say it. I still see it said things that are so-called offensive to people you know I could take this back when I started in comedy in the nineties. Def Jam was the biggest comedy thing in in America. Biggest thing big on white people you know I j more used to have have a joke at during jam. He's like I watch them to see how white people are supposed to talk right because a bunch of black comics were like. Hey White people do this. This no hate it's different and it's it's funny and it is what it is so if he's doing a right wing comedy show. It's probably not GonNa be funny to you if you're left wing just like if you're right wing person and you go go to typical comedy show because comics definitely tend to lean left we are going to be like this funny when they make fun of trump you can be like. Oh that's not right. He's the president. We should respect the office. How many times have we heard that nonsense? So I'm mad at him good for him. Go Mike make some money. They'd be paying me what he'll kid kid. I'm Joe see that's fun that's fun okay. Well unfortunately that's all the time we have. But thank you to both here Alonzo. I hear you're in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City brick town and on wait. Wait don't tell me so. You can get plenty of me this weekend. If you know Casey do you know if there are seats awaiting asses asses at yes. Yes okay well. Let's see if we can fill that up. Okay thank you thank you. John Permanent home. We've our coming up right after this.

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Chosen to Create: How to Renew Your Passion and Grow in Grace w/ Parris Bowens, Musician

The God and Gigs Show

1:21:41 hr | 6 months ago

Chosen to Create: How to Renew Your Passion and Grow in Grace w/ Parris Bowens, Musician

"There's things that we want for ourselves. That god wants more for you. But the problem is we see persecutor God means going from everything i love to do. And we don't understand. This guy is like i as your father. Wanna give you these gifts that you want but i got way more for you so i felt a lot of creativity in my prayer time. We're gonna pray. I'll take something like this clipboard. And i got cancelled. I'm sitting here sketching out ideas and guys giving me stories and songs music. Wait a minute been doing this sooner. How much more would accomplished how much more wealth i miss. Not on all things. A lot of was missed. What god really has for us. Because we think he's was be religious. He's it'd be religious deepen some kind of monk and guys like you kidding me. I know the plans. I have for their goods. Like i'll give you these to enjoy. But i don't want you to get him from ideology. I wanted to get them from me. You've just heard the incredible testimony of paris. Bowen's a musician composer creative artists and one of the most influential people behind some of the most influential music that you've heard in gospel r&b and beyond and he shared his heart with us in this episode. He has a incredible member of the garden. Gigs community from the get. Go but what he shares today is going to help you to live your best life to embrace the spiritual journey that you might be on even if it has twist and turns and realize that there's more ahead of you than behind you as a god centered creative. I appreciate him so much for his heart. And i want you to make sure you plug in and listen to every word of this interview. It's a life changing kind of episodes. Let's get right into artists musicians and creatives of all kinds looking for help bouncing your passion to create with your everyday life not sure if your faith can coexist with your profession. Welcome to a place where real artists discuss real life. You're listening to the garden gig. Show visit garden. Gigs dot com for show notes links and more information. Hello and welcome back to our show. Thank you so much for making this podcast. A part of your creative day whether you've been listening to us for years or you're just starting out this your first episode. I appreciate you. I know there's a thousand podcast. A million podcast out there that you could be listening to and you chose this one. It makes my heart glad. I'm super grateful for you if you're new to the show. Let me tell you why you're in the right place. If you're a faith focus creative. Creating music. Art whatever discipline. You're in inside or outside of the church but you have a spiritual foundation that you'd like to connect with your creative journey in your creative life. You're in the right place. We connect the dots between the spiritual the practical creative and the ministerial needs. You have we are all about being integrated and creating a place where you can feel at home so if you just heard me say something that resonates in your heart and resonates with you. You're in the right place. Okay so make sure you subscribe. Don't miss an episode especially because of episodes like this. this is why i tell people all the time subscribe. Don't wait for facebook or twitter to send you a notice. Make sure your subscribe to the show so win episodes like this that are ground breaking up episodes and interviews. You won't miss one. Okay so let me tell you once again as i said in the open why does interview is a must and will be a cornerstone of both your creative life and your spiritual life. First of all paris bowen's is not just another musician. He's one of the most authentic musicians and creatives ever met. He was connected with us. And i'm going to tell that story But eventually became a core member of the garden. Gigs book and he is a influential person in one of the most influential spaces as a member back in the nineties and two thousands of the soundcheck band which was the backing band for gospel legend. Tie tribute so tightrope picked up perez. And he'll tell you the entire story in this interview and then paris went onto work with so many other artists. You have heard all over the landscape from justin timberlake to kierra sheard to music soul child. Timberland to brandy and worked with everybody on and on he is one of the most respected muses musicians. Excuse me musicians and composers in the industry but his heart is so authentic and so connected to god into his purpose. That i can't continue to just talk about him. You got to hear his words for himself. So here's what you're going to learn from this interview. You're going to learn about. The history of how paris came to know tightrope but how he made a promise to vinci play with them and how that became reality you're gonna learn how he became adjusted to the inner circle working with gospel legends. Like thai for at hammond israel learning how he was able to deal with insecurity intimidation trust issues. Fear how he was able to overcome those situations even as he was working at the top of the industry. He's gonna go share his heart about some of the struggles that he's gone through even in the last few months as i'm recording in the pandemic and how he's found his greatest blessing in unexpected places. How he's rededicated his life to following his purpose and connect staying connected to god staying connected to his christian heritage in christian foundation. I'm telling you there's not a stone that will be unturned in this interview. You have to listen to hear the quotable. Sure you have some twitter Quotes ready that you can post and share with some friends that need to hear this and then share this episode with them as well and make sure you're taking notes that you can go back to after you hear this episode. This is one. You can hat the rewind a couple of times and marks from spaces where paris droughts both either a creative a business or a spiritual nugget that you're going to want to hold onto for the long-term okay. I hope i've explained enough. Let's get on to this incredible interview. With my friend peres. Boeing ladies and gentlemen. You have no idea how excited i ask because this interview has been five years exactly in the maki and Peres i'm gonna drop some things on you right now out of nowhere just to tell people that are listening to this. Podcast can understand like how god orchestras things. We've just mentioned that my church mitchell church has a know a wonderful pastor pastor mario less who are artists and we also have a wonderful technical director who of john roman and you may not even notice story as i as i introduced you right. I'm going to do with this story to try to knock you off a little bit. Because i think you know this so john roman comes to me. And he says you know there's this keyboard. Is this incredible musical director in a paris. we're down. I think brazil or someplace and he said. I think you'll be a great connection for your book because at the time i was again as i just told you five years ago working on this idea forgotten gigs and i said oh man i would love to talk to him but i just don't know easier fran. He's probably busy. and everything. When i said this man sent me a email which was basically a chapter a chapter not an interview. A chapter and i said i had to put his entire chapter in my book. So ladies and gentlemen one of the writers gigs. that's how you doing. Amanda was that a good inroad. That's how i love. That's how it happened. That's how it happened. Boy dot be john. He rags on me so much. What we gotta israel man. I love that. He said the same thing he made. Echinacea light yo. Yo you guys together would be incredible And i mean that was blessed man of to be a part of what you're doing First time being a part of something published so. I thought that was that was amazing to even be a part of that in the in the honored that you even considered me man is i mean so many more Amazing guys out there April i'm great man was awesome. I appreciate and again. Like i think i need to make sure i put you on the code right more often. I don't think i haven't put your name prominently enough. Because no and and i'll and i'll say this i get i know. Every time i do's interviews. I feel like oh man people just listening to talk but i think they need to know That these connections again are kind of connections. Because i have so much respect for you. And i did not. I will be transparent. I have heard you. But i had not heard you. You follow me clearly. I heard you work. But i was not one of those guys that likes like you know. I was scared of the inner circle. I was scared of like following guy trying to really get to know their sound. And so i would just read the credits real fast and then just kind of keep it moving so i but i knew that the people behind the music behind you know these these great albums that we've grown to love gospel and then obviously rb with anthony and all these people you've worked with. There's a sound behind it and there's a spirit behind this out so as soon as you started writing and opening your mouth brother s bounded started. Follow you i said. Oh this is where it goes from. And you had so much that you've already shared in my book so i'm not going to bore anybody with trying to reach entire resume but just for the people who've never met you first time ever their meeting paris bones. Tell them who are you what you are about. Just what you know. What do you feel. You'd want them to know in the first time they meet you. man Child guide love. I love the lord. don't people say that but everything fam i'll give them everything for god my career everything as much as i enjoy love music. I always say that. I follow christ Father husband ministers will but my musical career started philadelphia. My mom and dad and we did a lot street ministry growing up. We started up. But dad decided he didn't want to be a part of the politics of that cow nomination industry where we literally if it was sunol side. We have speakers in eight in two amplifies keyboards and we ministered to community so that was my whole upbringing and then one fateful night I i saw taibbi twelve thirteen years time tribute playing with another artist before he was a artists. No mike he was on. Keyboards happened around. Just like he do and ham in my boy data. Ray that is tribute ryan frazier moore drums. They will plan for choir and they were killed. I never heard that lucky. And i made about myself. I want to play with him one day and then no was started group. You know five. Six years later started on. Meet him at a night all those years when i'm about eighteen years ago. And he sees me and then bite's gonna be a part of the group and then from there of course the time the phillies seen congress blowing of filial associ- Connected with james poyser. The people like that. I met roots. Jill scott floetry. Mush ambrose is like and i begin to kinda cool with both its high end with Working in both arenas like while we work or not album. I'll be out touring with vivian. Green someone who different artists stuff like that and then of course when ties for a song a single no way it just seemed like the doors is cracked open in the gospel arena. In from there we went on the record. A life album degree live. Stand out. And then i think before that we did something called concepts and ideas real underground record. It wasn't scientifically but that was something. We didn't a friend's studio album wilbur. Jersey in that kind of kind of build some traction underground people kind of stopgap knows that way but i was with talking about ten years In through my connection tie. I met everybody else. I mean. who's who and gospel music. I mean israel kirk franklin. Mary mary jumping key has a walker. I mean everybody in gospel that i watched as a kid. I'm used to seeing watch. Batman was vhs tapes. We watch those. Those live conscious afraid him in pages. That was that purpose by design. Watson john peaky strength watching a show all of that. I've begin to be around those people And it was weird. Because we're i'm from my family. We were kind of like the least. I had the same way but like we weren't popular per se. We knew a lot of people. We had a lot of Because my mom and dad served so many people were known for their service. But we weren't the hit in in crowd. I wasn't used to the injury. Was it used to the attention that we ask you about that. Because as soon as you said that i was gonna start because when you mentioned meeting tie and then saying you know i want to play within one day and you said about five. How many years later. How i started. I started playing with ninety eight. So how would you added in ninety two so like yours so you're still busy. Eighteen years old basically fresh out of high school. I mean i'm more one job before. I start images music after that. Wow so you just want to started talking about your parents in this world that you're in you're in the church world but like you say all the sudden you're surrounded by the people that you're legends that are legends. That you that you that you have followed all your life. What is that like in terms of like just the way you approach Your own self esteem. Because i've talked to some guys that said i didn't feel any different because it was just church and it was it was music and i loved it. There's other people that said. I was intimidated. I didn't know if i belonged in the room. So which was it for you like. How did you handle that going from like you said kinda outside the circle to being does circle like you are in the middle of culture shock for me. Extreme culture shock one natural I've grown to be able to speak more like all of this fairly the new phase of life. The speaking being confident the do that extreme introvert. A stream oldest five kids. But i was always alone stream introvert. Quiet kept to my self. I'm comfortable going to myself kinda. I'm re comic books. I'm the weirdo. When it came when i went to school. I wasn't in the in crowd. I was with the one asian kid in my school. I was hanging out with him to one of the white kid. I was hanging with those keys. I wasn't a part of the circles. So i wasn't a part of the musicians circle even though i will play my best church the weekend. I wasn't in that crowd. So when i got tied one to see somebody who was one of your heroes recognizing i didn't know who's gay. I'm playing with another artists. My friend john in tyco's comes walking up. And i'm like this is the guy i remember seeing when i was twelve years old. He's the ties with the most popular musician in philly back. Then tie was doing everybody's because he was the mvp everybody's records record. He was in philly jersey area have tie and his brother and they wanna record was like. You're so i'm the guy that will be at the conference like part of a group that was playing for those concerts. We're the first artist that nobody even cared about item with a close you you you guys like okay. That was good. That was good baby. Let's get onto the guinea pig. I was houston that and nobody ever paid attention. You knew your friends but it wasn't like for you when you plant. When i got with tie we went from being relatively nobody in the audience. When you're playing now you put tyrod. People are crowding around instruments. Like what in the world is this in for me. It was a major. It was a major shock to my system in really actually wants to couple years in bro. I don't know how to handle this is too much. I'm afraid i always singing. It will come running onto the keyboard. He would turn on my keyboard because i'll be so afraid to be heard by now you'll be like no way and he turned up and i'll be like trying to have my keyboard behind the curtains on stage. I mean they brought me. They broke out of my shell. And i think the majority of my time with i was under massive intimidation because he was also when he came out he was so different from the industry. So everybody it was like we got pushed to the forefront. We will do concerts with ours with closing accident was say we're not closing after them. Big lou may the headline. Like i'm not going after them. So we're gonna go into never so we will always the front and with that. The band. his his band was the highlight of everything. So we got a lot of tension. And i wasn't used to. I'm like he will looking at you to perform. That's how my dad mom training. They didn't train me to they me to serve as i wasn't used to all of that it was how did that. How did you start to navigate. Because you know i was gonna bring that up. I love the fact that you would straight to the fact that even when you wrote the book i remember that you put that in capital letters that you felt fear like you had to overcome. That appear in tie helped you to see that serving. I'm saying this myself. And hopefully i'm wearing it right for you. Serving at that point meant stepping forward like to serve him and to be the guy that needed you to be the serve those people and to serve in the present the gospel the way he needed you to step up and that was actually you casting off the spirit of fear and taking authority and all that kind of stuff all those words right but my account to get to always think of the musician as listening right. I'm sure there's a musician that's listening. I said oh well. I would love to have that problem. The problem of having to navigate fear and dealing with intimidation on that stage. What do you say to the guy that still dealing with intimidation. And they're not on the stays like they haven't made it yet. They haven't made the connection and they're thinking the reason why i can never make. It is because i don't belong there like their enemies. So what would you say to that person. Who's like probably listening to you right now. Saying you know. I i'll never be picked. I'll never be the guy. Even if i'm practicing even if i've got the skill like he's he's the one that's hanging in the back is not even going to touch the keyboard cause of that. What would you say to that person. That's big. I always tell people will for one. I had to deal with time. I went to the free. He told me he said okay. Quick i got a bunch of the people who wanna what opportunities so similar to what you just said. He basically said to me. It sounds cold but that wasn't his. That wasn't he knew he was doing here. If you quit. I got a couple of guys what this basically let me know that you're going to lose this opportunity over. Fear may be confronted and basically at that point. I had to make a decision and my fear. Take this opportunity from me. Somebody else or will i face it and then move forward. I ended up making. 'cause i know it's a forced me to face it. One of the main things that help with that was preparation I've practiced a lot In learned some things so so to the person who who doesn't feel like they along the first thing is yet to ask yourself. Are you annoying for it. Is that you supposed to do. And a lotta times. People want what they see. Other people have doesn't quite meet as what you supposed to do. I forget i heard. I think might the muslim rosset. A tree doesn't eat the fruit bennett. Bears basically apple trees. Don't eat apples. In order to produce apples they don't eat apples. Sometimes the thing that brings you inspiration is different from the thing that you create. Wow so sometimes yet identified. Do you even have takes watt for my favorite guitar players in the game. You basically told me he said you ask you questions. You have what it takes like and when you put you cast a fear aside in things like that okay. I can hear myself. Come yogi patrick please. But He won't he'll he'll slamming open anyway but sometimes you have learned when you catch the fear side ask yourself at the court the love what you do you have a passion for this thing and i had to get to a place where you gotta love. I'll do this. Might pays me or not and if you have that then you really do have what you suppose. You really do have takes in which you have to do at that. Point is Sometimes you can create an opportunity. Like what i would do is treat every opportunity as if i made it will be orteig. Came one of the reasons why i believe tyrod was even able to see that i was the person for the job. Was the gig. That i had before him. I treated as if i was on madison square garden. Ira's music as if i was going to be on a big tour. I the rick van in a certain way and i played. We was in a church in west philly west philadelphia Church west philadelphia on a friday. Night what. Many people there. And i played. We were playing as if it was madison square garden. We treated it that way. Yeah and ty came and saw me in that spirit like Faith is a major major component to this thing He will ask me how you guys like. Faith is the main thing yet practicing in practicing doing what i do. In that regard the work single faith but you have the belief that you can be be honesty when i saw ty at twelve pm. Play with him. I put that thing out in the atmosphere in turn around and my favorite but in that timeframe from twelve to eighteen offer. Perry south britain works. I mean if our plan somewhere. And i could see him. After that i will drive me. I want to see tot mom and dad's robbie. I'll go see the ended. I would take back. There was players tape recorders. I'll recruit what are hearing. Do home practice into our tour taper hands-on that he was a part of. I studied in practice tai so by the time you came down from the hear me out ready. Yeah i had already put the faith in. I had put the work in to go play in literally. Super naturally turnaround. I would've never had a ten year career with him. Some of his biggest and most important records that really not lost his career. No way i wrote that. It was something that. I sat down when they plan the idea out and he starts writing to in became when the first thing that catapulted his own career so vague as a major our tone have faith like you start declaring speaking certain things but did not just have the corresponding action to go with it. If you want to believe you're gonna to prepare for the way you believe you can't you can't have what you say do. That's the you just nailed it. I mean new yard again. That's why i love your spirit because there's nothing in when you share stuff like this even when the book and then whenever you're sharing with other musicians and i'm watching you. There is a often tissot to that only comes from the time you put in right and i think i'm not gonna you know shame younger musicians any of that because sometimes we get on that whole you know. We did it back and like you said we used to have the tape. You all even know what. It's like to rewind and plus it again to technology nowadays that we though guys right what is something to that. There's something to that mentality of. You know six years. Seven years. Ten years prepping for this moment and i was actually on a new app clubhouse you know they got the new audio app this now. The people are dropping in all these different apps. So i was listening. Some people talk about our and the the you know everybody complains. There's no real music on the radio. Now obviously go take up on gospel. They are bieber any music people. Keep saying oh well all. I have to do now is just give viral or get on a tiktok and become influence or and i'll become good overnight and what the guy the anr rep on. This thing was saying is that y- he made a bunch of money in nine months now he's panicking because it doesn't know what to do next because there's nothing behind it so i love the fact that we're probably speak to some artists that date nowadays that viral and getting good at getting a Let's let's take the musicians getting on youtube. Getting a million getting chops. You know what. I mean getting on gospel chops and everything desk going to be successful. What i hear you saying is that that's not gonna work even now. You still have to do the work. The principle remains the same like the methods. The technology changes. Would you still gotta maintain the same principles and you can get a nice surge of a million views here. I mean i've had videos that enemy in a plague your mind you fall into that cycle of the way the social media thing works. I had one video could do thirty thousand views near the next one. You can't get through and then employed motions to make you nervous about that and really what. I'm learning consistencies in key in everything. those who win is the ones who keep going no matter what surgeon. The cycles happened. You just say come you. You already ready ready. Ready on about my wife might be this But you have to stay consistent through it. All and i think a lot of automations those who came up like we did. They likes you. Don't even know how to navigate these waters and and you know. I think one one of the main things you have to remain student. Of course i think of all Everything Not just in terms of playing in everything. I think you'd be remain a student. We're going to be an industry. Does business climate. You need to learn enough to navigate core principles like he diligent be consistent. Still practice For me i'm going back for me. One of the things. I really learned. Now i'm going back to some studies like i'm going back to oscar. Peterson study going back to art tatum. I'm studying latin I love latin music. And it's something. I've never really been able to play will but i'm giving myself things to challenge being. Keep me and then. I'm still them study. Somebody's yogurt musicians. That's coming out killing like you can always learn from anybody on but those incorporates was like stay inspired you stay inspired Keep working towards something. And then i'm also in a place of giving back at that point right now. One of the things have really really. He's inspire is actually talking to the younger generation. I actually love love sharing my experiences. My stories and you watch their eyes light up because you can imagine the days that we were coming up if there was a camera following us for what we were we were experiencing see. They don't have any. They don't have any documentation that stuff like. They have everything that for now but they would have loved to our loved being roma fred hammond in his life when we were you know if i have been in a room for him at a seed that behind the scenes is a love watching. Dvd's in watching the behind the scenes of on this a little bit. What was the band doing. And now they have enough but what we wish we had. They have an abundance of it. And so one of the things that i get from a lot of people. I talk to them online. They all want to know about sound to error. Like that wasn't on social media. Didn't get to see me with tie and rehearsals on monday. Nights at l. buckling candidate. That was ami for me i cry. Sometimes i'm like man. Those are some ethic times did you is it though. That's a key. Did you know that. It was epic at the time. Or were you just in the moment because i i think that's why we don't appreciate it. Why now when you get back and you say that was literally the foundation of an era. You just you. Just in the moment i think. Sometimes that's a guy thing that he doesn't let if you'd known how incredible that was. Maybe you wouldn't have treated at the same. Maybe it would have been too overwhelmed. I agree okay. You one hundred percent on it well for us now. I can't speak for all the rest of the band is here so we can all cause you not as You like your mind. Changes like you process things differently like wait a minute. I always thought we all same about everything all together but as we get older. And when i hear there's to this side of the story i'm like may your view of this thing very differently than i was admitted. Appreciate it it was like. Oh that's what you took away from it. That's what i take away from it. But for me when i was chair about stage it didn't matter the moments that were may best season. My life precious. It had to do it. The gigs per se. I have you enjoy so much more. The rehearsals hotel rooms. I'm talking about when we were sharing motel rooms because they couldn't get us all roses too many of us. Yeah that's what like eleven twelve musicians and then twenty choir members. We never could get a tour bus coach the whole time so he's never really comfortable but we were so close in everything that we built in. That was genuine from guys. You patty patty. i'm gonna do. He was someone. take over. zoom of you We literally with family man. And when i talk to me. I've had a chance to talk to noel hall. I worked in the product and one of my heroes and me and worked together. And i sent hotel room him and eric reid in them jobs would tell stories about fr- and i'm like this is the stuff i wanted to know like. When you hear from those cats everybody had a camaraderie and it was relationship. So what we see today was social media. A lot of it is opportunistic. Hit from it. But they don't have that relationship factor that we had a so. You cut like for me right now. My band time spicy chicken. Everybody's from home but we're not quite together. You know like you cut from north euchre from you could from there. But we're not close. We don't get the hang out. When i was soundcheck we ate everywhere together. We slept together. We i mean if you had a girlfriend. We knew her very well. She'll be mad at me because her too much like it was so many dynamics in that came out in our music. Yeah it came up so there were times without get up like one of our favorite like track. Walkways quest like we could sit in. The car had a cutlass here. When was over the almost the oldsmobile cutlass. He had that thing for years is dad gave it to him and it was one of those cars that had the front the front seat you. It was a long front seat so three people. Because have i remember yep and we will crop soundcheck with pack in anthony. You will have like four or five members in the back three but sitting in the front and we just cranking out trout quest on a way to gauge rehearsals. And then we will get to a gig. We never rehearsed the practice. This will be like y'all. Let's start playing a track recitation. In the whole banja the it will be manny. I wanna zoom by the see. But i'm so that's the really lent to people who have And it wasn't so much that we've heard so much as much as we were together. Yeah and all of that fed are sound. And that's how we came with the name soundtrack to because we will come up with ideas and sound shit and then tie was signal say soundcheck essay play which i didn't soundcheck while at weight and it kept creating ideas in ever heard that we we didn't sound. It'll be what we would do it this concert night. Every one thousand some people out there. We're doing just jumping off bridges ideas and we just. We just had released. The relationship gave us a face like that. If we didn't have relationship i wouldn't trust spanky if i know it's wrong. Idea is fifteen thousand people a. Let's just do decided if you can't do that and that really listen to what that sound was so that was a basement full time in my life and it only happens Stuff like that happens more than what's like every opportunity to have a situation like that that moment in history where and we didn't know what the impact was going to be at all. It hasn't do people in audience having to do with our things with each other. Yeah i was gonna say. Yeah i want to tell you number one. Please say that idea about the documentary. Solid documentary my hair. When you say get the band together and talk about your experiences please steal that idea and just make it make it happen because that'd be incredible for all of us again because i think when we see you know you can look back at motown great degrade that. What was that outstanding shout motown and all these other great funk brothers and everybody when you see them get back together and you see the smiles and you feel you. I'm so glad you touched. On the relationship thing especially number one says we're recording during the pandemic. Maybe people are lessening. Hopefully when they're listening this is you know we got a vaccine. We finally get to sit in the same room together right. But i i think what i think. That's one of the things we could probably touch on is now number one social media. Has everything splintered. We all think in our own little bubbles and now we're literally in bubbles because of you know trying to stay safe and everything. So what do you do now to kinda keep yourself refreshed. You mentioned playing different music I know you're a incredible multi creative like you right you you draw you have so many things and then of course you've got your ministry. So how do you keep that fire burning now that you don't have those same relationships what's what's driving you. Now as far as creatively and keeping that thing bubbling up. I hope you're enjoying this incredible interview. But i wanted to make sure i took some time to tell you how you can make sure you also find success as a creative going into the new year as recording. We're right at the end of twenty twenty and many of us have seen the most difficult and most pressing circumstances we've ever seen but there are still new opportunities still new things that we can be doing in the coming year and twenty twenty one that will ensure our success that will make us stop hesitating and stop being frustrated in. Move into our calling with confidence. And i wanna help you to do that. 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But we can't give him the time he was because he had work tour on it with everything slowing down and actually gave me like slid time with god. That might yo the hour. That i wanted to take what you before i couldn't do and when i do when i do spend that's how a guy he actually releases things to you that we would like. Why was i running from you. So long you'll give me liberty downloading wealth note download. There's things that we want for ourselves. That god wants more free. But the problem is we think God means going from everything i love to do. And we don't understand is guys like i as your father wanna give you gifts that you want but i got way more for you so i found a lot of creativity my prayer time. I will go to them. Time and i keep sketched. Hugo radio prayed. I'll take something like this. A clipboard. And i got pencils and i'm saying sketching out ideas and god's giving me stories and songs wait a minute doing his sooner. How much accomplished how. Much more wealth missing out on all things. A lot of was missed. What a god really has for us. Because we think he's religious religious is wants to be a deepen some kind of monk. And you kidding me. I know the plans. I have for you. They're good like i'll give you all to enjoy. But i don't want you to get him from ideology. I wanted to get them from me. And so the lord's like recenter. My focus and start of the season resurfaced vision. Let's sit dormant my cartoon. I've actually been able to do a lot more of it because i'm home now. And i'm in control of my schedule. My trish we record all of our virtual stuff adequate everything here for the most part. Okay do edits in track up to the band. Everybody because we're home. We put on a gun. I control my schedule my time much better and so now i'm like okay. This time to animation. I'll it's time to writing allocate it's on ultimately my family My wife and my children. I get so much inspiration. Just going to sit on the couch with just that alone that period of resting allowance rejuvenate allows you to refocus and then giving it's pure joy and so it literally allowed for the record. I don't watch a lot of new news and tv. Like i used to annoy. Fear comes from here. You'd like they don't know how to tell you. No good news. It can be something amazing happening in every until because you'll get a raise other. We had the shut that off. You know and spend more time on. Like i pick and choose what we watch and what we see and we get a lot from whites on my kids. And i'm i've literally been more productive in this season and i have been in my entire career and there's stuff that literally i'm the release Oh my god soon my my my me and my partner we're able to build a we have a tv network that we just launched is apple is on apple roku all. That's the fire. Stick to the deal. Where now. Because i've been trying to get my cartoon the other networks and i'm like yeah well let's do that and we did a two year deal with adult company caught three sixty wise tv and it's on every can get all over. The app is amazing. Is like so battler. Said is launching. But i also have show worship extinct live. Launching is kind of like a new bobby jones type experience in in so many things that other shows we launched is like. I could've have done this though. Pre pandemic time. So if you if you feed into the noise and the news it discourage you and make you think the world's going to end but if you if you're a person that serves guys. Can you know that these their seasons. It's it's going to pass question is what are you showing in the season. What are you sewing. And you think. Jacob jacobs he sold in time of famine and he had more crops in that time the most people ever had because he did it in fate and i think what you do in faith in this season. Will i promise you this thing. Open up you will see more millionaires. I believe there's a wealth transfer happening for the guy. That's gonna be incredible if you take. He the data saying in the season. You gonna win. I might. I can't tell you what i see for ten years. Glory give me a glimpse of it. And i'm like okay. Somebody elections under so scared me. None of the don't bother me it would. It would initially be if i had not really a sinner myself but now my god give me so much faith. Hope like stick with me. Houses built on a rock. You're good man. There's like you just said the the re-centering the ability for the church and for individuals and the churches kingdom people in the kingdom to step back and say you know there's so many versus where jesus says i wanna shake not not only will i shake earth. Shake heaven right. That won't be you house. On the rock thing house we've seen in scripture over and over and for speaking obviously the creatives alleluia just had a call today with one of my best friends who she's an amazing writer she's out in texas. Now we were just talking about. How so many. Even the multimillionaires are not sure what to do. The people that we always look up all the the tech giant's and everybody else all those things those you mentioned that like we make into idols who make success into idle and so all these people that we counted on. Oh i just need to follow this guru or this or this person even if some of these pastors people that we you know we consider to unfortunately we put them up on a pedestal. Right and then they don't have the answer and then we'll wait a minute. I had the answer. Although i mean we have a bible that basically told us that you know in this world have tribulation but don't be afraid of overcome the world like he already told us pitcher. I love future. Yes i love the path again. I'm speaking to creatives and the musicians people who again. I always try to go back to say okay. What does that person need to hear from you. And i think part of it which is step back us what god already put it in your head used that prayer time us every centering time to keep being created. Because you're doing more now than ever before with all your gifts and talents but I want to ask you also about this. Because i always like to think about okay. You got to this moment where you could say you got your family. You got your a beautiful a time where you've kind of seen we're got his moved. You always want to say okay. What was the low point Always like to ask you. Because i know some someone's listening and they're like okay. That's all good payers. I get it you you you're connected with god. You got awesome. Things happening by always want to say okay. There's a mountaintop there was also a valley. So there's someone listening right now is like okay. That's not my story man. Can you give them something where you had also overcome that valley moment so that they can see that they can reach a place where you like right now. Yes sir. Well reconnect that. I had to be disconnected so Really this year was really This was like this. Year was a catalyst to gear which so for me all the stories when my main issue was pornography another one was. This was a depression. Major anger bitterness. Either things that. I struggle with all throughout my entire journey tie. These are things i would deal with in in those seasons. Like part of the reason why. I was such a loner in. I've dealt with a lot every gardening and of course i got introduced point very a young you new back in the days when those magazines you find was magazines or something like that. You see some useful to see in you. Just can't unsee what you saw and therefore you wanna see more so that'd be. That was a struggle. That i've had for for about twenty almost thirty years. I'm for turn forty this year. So what happened was i'd. That's a very very very dark place last year. I mean everybody talking mental health. You know that's nothing new. I'll believe that there is a yeah. That's the thing But ultimately. Because i'm a believer in christ. I know that the these are spirits. That you don't with And so you don't wanna believe you deal with these things you don't wanna admit to it vacuuming Talking about these things. I believe there are some friends who have gone on i. I had a friend in the past week because of suicide Dealing with these things he was crying out for a long time but none of us listen by pay attention so i was kind of coming into that police. I got to a point where i got so frustrated with church. It was almost like and i always get the example. That crazy last year. As like thinking about if i visited popeye's remember when popeye's head that surge with them sandwiches that being it didn't make sense to me like why was i by about this chicken sandwich and i never cared about it and i'm never going after church. I try to go by wanted. The line was coming around the block. And you couldn't get one by the time you got to the window or we don't got no more and it was like you know sort of that you come back earlier you out at the same idea and you could get the sandwich you finally got. The sandwich is enjoy. It was not as good as i thought it was with. Everybody made it to be the point. Making his felt that way about church. Like i'm coming to church. But the thing and i'm coming to get is not here. I got diabetes. Since two thousand twelve op suffered for number one when i was diagnosed house wrongly diagnose is an outside to one so four years. I'm taking the wrong medicine going back and forth to the icu in their beat me up. Why don't you don't want to do. I'm like i changed my diet. This in the medicines wasn't working because my pancreas is completely dead. So i find it back to catch catches says your tight one. This genetic thing But you just had an occasion and that occasion for me was i went to a lot of bitterness was going to a lot of anger stressing bitterness at the time the industry let me down. I was frustrated. My son was born the youngest one that will try and come in premature magical to secure my son tim of life support. He's going to have a quality life so we've been all distressed In its first year of growth. And i felt my body change. And that's what kicking from them. My life is not going to say. The same ops suffered things is is very bad. I mean there's all kinds of stuff that came from it. So i got to a point where you going up you ask them for prayer and healing and nothing changes in my lord. Island causes soul. Why do i have it in. I'm going to you know is like constantly. Come into the house of god. Like where's this anointing. And so last year acuff ill. I felt death a lot last year. I like a spirit hanging off my back. I feel like i was like philadelphia and died. Live and i've got to a point. Where like top a year december january. I remember saying to myself. You know what man. I'm doing this whole thing. I'm doing this walk with christ. It doesn't work. There's no power no announcing it seems like everybody who is in any of the kind of way they have success. The they're living it up. I mean i'll turn their offers to do certain jobs because my integrity and i'm watching everybody who doesn't have any announcing integrity ages prospering. But i'm suffering so i. I made a decision in my heart. I'm walking away from this thing. I want from the i'm good and i felt the holy spirit in that moment like a hand my chest. Basically let me know you do this. You're not gonna make it back. And i'm standing also He said you don't you're not you. You never be afforded luxury of being prodigal son you you get the chance to go and live it out in comeback this this spiritual death and i felt like a man at the edge of a cliff right before the jump balls and i could feel. I felt the wind in my face from the world. It was it was crazy. It scared me to miami to code. I fell down and retentive before the lord cried out said no god i just needed your presents. You on the voice our missing you like everything was just coasting. Yep you know. I'm not. We're not going deep in you. There's not enough power. Nobody's being hill. My son is still walk. he's nine years old but he can't walk. He got several calls. Where is your power who walk. You don't need like at the moment. I repainting came back to myself. Lord lord begins. Who at that point speaking to me this right before everything happened with colby and it was like because i came to that moment and please had had. He not arrested my attention at their own. It had to kobe. I don't know that. I would have not been out on the streets writing and acting crazy but then at that point the lord started recent on my focus and i had a this about this learning this year. And i've been a follower of christ for about twenty years been church on my life. Will i remember going to answer. Do my heart to lourdes. Twenty years ago. When i was about eight but i learned that you can be a follow christ and not be converted possible to be a follower of christ and not be converted. And the reason why scripturally. I found out when peter Jesus said the peter he said when you converted strengthen your brothers to peter after me for three years you saw all these mayor of wonders a you mommy. That man was not converted. No he was a follower but he wasn't converted and peter after he denied christ then he encountered after he was converted. But i found out following all these years i had experienced a real conversion. I didn't become a new creature and what happened was palm sunday. Kobe cova down. We got shut down. I fell into almost dark depression. And i'm like god it just felt like the end of the world. Yep oh my god. What every sports they shut. Now music tours. I'm like i never ever thought. I would see it in my hope. Just completely just went dark and i remember on sunday. We knew we. We're not gonna do eastern like wait a minute. What is the biggest time for church. Never in my life thought. I would see that when palm sunday came. Everybody's we had the service virtual served in the press after the service. This is crap this is nuts went into a dark moment. In one of my best friends went on he went live on instagram. And said he was preaching. But i was listening to you because i'm like trust spirit. Okay but he was like yo after he finished preaching out really care about the preaching. I was over it. It was so much it was more of his spirit and it was like yo he features and he said any organic good shows to watch. Is sunday night aco at. You'll have it. Check out the chosen chosen. He was like yeah. It's it's it's a show a serialized show about jesus. What the documentary. He said no. It's like something that's on. Hbo the quality's there he said. Jesus is a real. It's like they made a real jewish Rela white guy who you know where so i was. I was grabbing for straws. Say the check it out. He sitting at at and i watched the first episode. And every time. I talk about this bro. I get emotional. I if you seen the show you understand what i'm talking about. But the whole show the whole episode. Jesus he wasn't known a whole he wasn't in the show and i didn't know that the show is about the people who were following. It was more about the people's perspective of jesus who were actually called by jesus. So you're watching you was't simon. You're watching mary. Watch it mac you and you watch the nicodemus. Why and where jesus so. It gets to a point at the end of the show. The woman who played mary she was going by a different name. She was mad demons and it was so well done music. Everything and i'm like. I'm waiting like when we will get to. The end of the show was good. Like where's jesus gets at the end of the show and she finally gets to point where she's done. She wanted drinks. You drink this demon out in. He's such as a hand and tells her that's not for you. So when jesus shows up her demons get rouda. She goes to run out of the bar and has she's running under the bar slow mo jesus followers are out of the bar and while she's running. He calls her name but the whole show. They've been calling her lilith he calls her. He says mary and when she hears her name she stops. She turns around. He says mary of magdala. He called her name. I called you by name. That went on my when. I heard him call her name. I didn't hear her name. I heard paris well and then she turned around. He came to her and grabbed her. He pulled her inserted hunter saw deliver. It's happened right there at that very moment. My deliverance happy. Depression fill the anger that i had been struggling with my entire life. I sat there and cry. In that moment. I became a new creature literally. Something different happened to me. I didn't know it was going to. The episode went off after he hugger and i was on the ground in tears as he had called. My name is something broken me bro. And when i say from that moment from palm sunday i was not under. I have not been depression. Something i struggle with my entire life almost and then shortly after that he deliberately from pornography and i have struggled for twenty eight years. And i'm telling you it just changed everything and my life has been completely i got lured is reintroducing to my purpose who i was and to begin instead of me. Run into porn payment. I begin to make him my secret. I will look where. I would spend time in those places. Our was with him in the lower start teaching me. I've been writing books out. He got me. I mean literally. He reported to me the things that he used to live. He's like now. Give back to church so when you hear me go online. You can be certain things after that shortly. Course george floyd you know the whole thing happened with him right. Just was a stern uproar. Allow he wanted to know how i felt about everything now. Like i said prior to that moment had you to call me up privately. Been out there crazy riding on crazy He will ask me how. I was mortified man to see that video just completely crush me to see another human being the human being. But i wasn't in anger like like our probably have been. I was more sad. And i saw from god's perspective one of his children killed on his shoulder and i was like the lewis. I change in my view. Why was looking at things from the ground up. But i'm looking at everything from from heaven. Now my compassion heart not just for black people for the white people for is like. He changed my whole capacity to love in a way that to forgive that i could not do among strength before and From that place the way you hear me speaking now. I mean i've always been a man of faith. Conversion is different. It's like one is some point. I was doing things among shift but now it's not in my own. Stripped is by his spirit. I'm living in. This is completely changed everything bro and so that was a very dark place for me like this depression pornography in anger business even my marriage. This is the best shape my wife. And i set celebrate sixteen years in september. And you know you've been married for a certain amount of time. Y'all know how to fight good man. You're preaching to the choir. I'm heading on a twenty four next month. May and yes we we. We know how to draw the battle lines and when it goes to our corners and when the bills go to radio is learning how to fight the right way. I guess because we don't fight but man you said so much. I wanna go back before you talk about. 'cause i mean i just heard your in that whole testimony to things it patterns on my head again. I just. I just go off the cuff here at a luggage brother. 'cause new you speaking to me and we gotta talk after this and just get get go before lord. Because because we're we're appeasing pod in this situation and what we deal with as men as christian men as fathers as as people and again. I'm so glad you started from very beginning. We start talking about it. That it's we look for this in the church and we're not bashing the church by the way anybody's listening. We have people listening from all walks of life and all kinds of face. We're not bashing christianity. I think one of the things that we get in trouble with as musicians and ask people in the church unquote right is that we become so dependent on the culture that we missed out on the christ we missed the culture of church is a different animal. Then then person that we are worshiping and so is culture. And so what. You're saying. I remember you talking about when the When the pandemic happened we couldn't go to church right. We couldn't go in so now the culture that we depend on for all of this self identity is gone. So who are you when you can't play the a man. Who are you know what i mean. I think a lot of us. Not just you me. A lot of us creatives musicians any any walk of life where people are used to that be found out who we really are. Because like okay the temple i mean oh i don't wanna go here i want wanna get. I don't get in trouble. I want to get all my three lessons. I leave it alone. But i'm just saying when the temple is gone when that when you can't get in. How can we sing in a strange land right. So that's what. I heard it my spirit when you're talking about that. And then the person the the ability for us to admit and go to that place where we have nothing god is broken down and i've been there bro. Trust me there are so many times. I've been crying and that car. I don't wanna i don't wanna go there because again. This is the podcast. I want people to see your heart. Hope to hear my heart and hope the here at the heart of men that are willing to face the darkest parts and in god still there with a light guy is still there with their light in the missed the darkness. And so if you're listening to this let's just say right now number one. We're praying for you perez. I mean i we. We had to close out with a prayer. I don't ever do this on the podcast. But i feel like already moving in that direction But we need to let these people know that are listening men and women that there's light at the end of that tunnel and only resumed that tunnels because you're walking in the right direction. You think you're lost. I but you are going to war the light and just an and the enemies only job is to try to keep you from walking forward. Like that's all he's trying to do and for you to see that movie again. A created as part of my head my. Add shooting off for you to have someone who created a movie same thing put together the actors and did all that and walked out and fate and created a movie. That was your pathway. Forgot to speak. I mean if any creative thinks that is not what you're doing is not important. Data to rewind that part because the movie was what god used. Y'all i was going away. Grow and i can't even i watch that show. Every week like is eight episodes. They were growing season too. I wanna go find it. Because i've had twenty now. I have to watch it. watch it. i'll say this. And i go back for the record. Even when i was going through my dr season. I had an amazed past. Mcmasters pastors incredible Pass through my church is incredible. There are some of the most sensitive people But they're still sometimes when you're going through some things even people who do mean well who are genuine who are really the real deal not my savior. Yep and sometimes we put more faith in the preacher in the past than we do. Jesus jesus wanted to do. Was i had always now big issues in my life is. I always made an idol out of by leaders out autumn. My dad tie israel all those while usa. What happens you make a these men and they disappoint you. Because they've been nipped happens is then you think it's all this whole thing working and god wanted me to get past that so my the past. The arctic is incredible one about such a good friend easily semi who sits and listens. When i go talk to and pray your date so they were praying for me. And i do believe that the craze that we're going up was part of what helped break me but even even though you can have people rain-free dark place you still a fine. Jesus it and it was the lord himself that was like you pass not gonna do it. Your wife ain't gonna do it. You ain't going to be mean deliver it. It was like during lockdown in my home. Yeah inhabit alter kotze happy. It didn't happen in front some possible. Some visit it didn't happen. It was directly from the lower end. It was crazy like you said from a movie. I'm like i the whole whereas and then he shows up at the end. I mean literally. The last three minutes of the show he shows up in. It was so powerful in potent and the funny thing. I'll go watch the episode. I'm like maybe it was just me efforts on board emotional. Maybe only happened. In every time. I watch i could maybe every time i watch it. It takes me back to the moment. I'm like. oh my god look. That was a real. Whoever had this whoever whoever did this show had those Though it an. I wanna watch the rest of the show experience more breakthroughs as i watched the show it will all eight episodes. I mean blew my mind. So it's so for the record my pastor. I have an amazing church where pastors amazing. I really believe because i was in the right environment. In terms of the church was still spare me occupy weight off left. He was someone in there. Yeah he was shooting all feel that it's like it's like it's like we're we're going through it but we don't know what's on the outside would have got to us. Have we not been in lease into shield of those prayers and things of that going on around you man. This has been so. I don't know how long we may go. But and to apart to a real quick. You'd missing it so you went. I love you so much man. Very few people have the courage to to be as vulnerable on public. Foam like this as you are. So thank you number. One number two I never liked to finish in the valley because obviously we go back to the mountaintop. So you gave me a valley. Now gimme one of those mountain tops. I couldn't believe i got here. It could be any tour. It could be any experience any musical thing that have to be musical but just tell me one of those moments. Where kinda puts you at the mountain at the top of your right like you know praised got. I had no idea this was possible. Like just give me a notice gabia dozens hundreds but just give me one so people can hear like again like how how how how things turn around so quickly and you can like to say one moment you saw how much could be blessed in just that time in that time. Well you know given again where come from kind of the least expect to be an industry like this. I was going to be doing disney and the animation. For in fact i'm doing music got interrupted that But the top of this year was a highlight. A major highlight About september this september. Last year i was makir. We're going to her. We were together. I worked at. I was in vitro working on her this album. That's out now. And i remember being in my hotel room and get a dm from lord. Emma s graham and notice is basically like hey man we love you videos without what you pose. We will play the twenty twenty nine. And i'm like excuse me now. I've been in this career for a long time. Twenty years with a lot of people have never done any endorsement. type thing. that nature I think i tried one time with roll into something. But i didn't even i don't i never cared much that time stuff. It wasn't a big thing for me. Like i like playing so i like get an endorsement. Means you're gonna be stuck at one instrument or like i like. I like playing everything i don't want to commit. I don't want to commit right. So i never really chased the thing. We've always wondered why they will see me overtime. Okay when it was their motifs triton season that was then when it came out with israel it became all roads. because that's what the band was using But what happened was when i got with anthony. Hamilton when i was predict predominant talks organi needed an organ we try. We had a rolling vk. Senate oregon favorite So nobody like sounds. I remember going to the story. And i found my nord electro for the had a nice oregon engine it just sounded like off so of course as got the when i bought it. I love posted with. It wasn't big enough in about it. You post them all the time so i had no idea it was. He didn't care sling. Inbox me and say complete. Twenty twenty nine you know. We went through the whole particular in my seat. And i'll never forget Hearing that when i was here i was like wow. And i'm like when i finally had a discussion with nor people you would think okay. They're endorsing because all of my credentials. And what i've done at that season. At that time. I wasn't auto tours. I wasn't no major gig. I was literally just at my church. I'm not in a tour wave season. i'm not in a visible. I'm not on the rue particular records. Anything of that nature. Best this question me out front. They simply wanted me for me For the on instagram. And they found out later on that. Oh my god you gotta crazy resume. You know so. That kind. Of when. I i'm never forget the name and you know if you've ever been a crazy that one year i went out is crazy. One hundred and fifty thousand people throughout the whole week. That whole situation in his huge every musician you can think of from around the world famous This there so. I never get get into nam first day. And you walk up to the booth and you see nor had a nice big booth and always have a really visiting boop but this time they had a nice sizeable huge banner and my to see my name up there on a banner what i'm used to. I'm used to working with artists. Walk of this their name on a banner. Yeah you walk up and you like. I never just had tears like lower this thing. That isn't that what people think it is for me. I'm a kid that come from a small neighborhood. I've been molested bullied rob. I've been through so many things that should have taken me out in effect that the lower would honor me and allow me to sit up there and play music that matter to me that was my that was nobody else's name behind someone else's name and not only that he gave me favor with the company. My other would have got mad. Nord's like he. There was no words. I got like three but it hasn't been. It's not about the endorsement to me. It was about god same paris. It's not about tie. israel and hamilton is. This is you this is for you and it was like for me. That says i can tell other people. If you're somebody who come from where i come from. I even told the people. I knew it when i got to do my show. I'd rather mike. I say those guys who don't think you could ever be up here. I'm a testimony for you that you can be as opposed to be here. I flunked theory. I can't read music. What am i doing here. I want to create jobs high school for visual arts. And i do. My career is more accessible than people who went to school for busy still. I'm like this is a guy thing and testified about that. I said if you have faith and you will leave with god all things of possible possible and so this is this has been the endorsement is it has nothing to do with what god has promised to me harris. I see you. I got you i can take you places you never that you never thought you can go in in that place. I met so many people may still be more relationships that we're not trying to get me to do another artist thing they like for you this past you you we want you we want you and i'm like wow god me now i'm gonna like the attention but god will still he will put you in places you don't think deserve to be in if you trust if you have faith and so that that is i've had other stories of highs been apart of grammy award winning records and things that they should but to me. This one was more valuable. Because this wasn't somebody else's name on the marquee. This is my name and the viruses. That will make your name great. And it's not that. I mean my name greet angry and i believe that he has that For you guys as well man so beautiful man in the verse again. I told you that you know. I feel the spirit all over this podcast and again i don't i i'm very i hate to say it. I'm very careful. Because i know how deep this can go. I don't have anybody to get like. Oh well i was attending church. But that's what it is right without without a saying it. That's what we're really doing. We're imparting deliverance and freedom just by share your story and the verse that popped into my head was initially was that he he bases the probably gives grace to the humble it. He exalts to humble and humility that you've shown again by being so transparent sharing story and then number two and the way you served and all those other capacities under tie with israel and everything. You've never made it about you and let's just be honest. This is four now for a second is always good to put the counterpoint. There are a lot of musicians. And maybe that's why they're struggling. Because why can i get onto ameinias because instead of you making it about you. You made it about about peo- serving and i'm just putting that kaplan. That's what i see. I see god exalting you because you are always about exalting him and serving others rather than exalting yourself like that in all the history i've read and now knowing you really feeling like you're my brother. Just get us talking without talking. I mean talking without talking through instagram. I- sensitive and more than ever so Like i said. I never before but i just feel move debt just just as as we close out. Can you just say a prayer for any of those musicians that are facing what you were facing What you were facing what you've overcome at says this is the first again. This is the first guys invite listeners. Podcast you know. We don eighty something episodes with with with with spirit led people. Okay none of them. Not saying those people didn't have spirit but this particular episode first time. If you don't mind you know let's just say something to those guys to to god for these people who are listening right now absolutely father. We call you because you are father. You didn't leave us. You're not impersonal. Got you you. You are big personal. You love us. you know each one of us individually. I don't know speaking to that. And you know what the need is you know where the heart song i honestly would have magnified because you are an amazing unit nathan king. You are good jesus unto you and so we lean on the good father and I asked the where you found me and my dark place the way you rescued me when i was walker for cliff announced by the nickel bad decision to walk away from you you put it. You put your hand on my chest and you stop me. And i asked that anybody's at the end of themselves. God you would rescue them that you would stop that you would speak to their hearts and they will continue to know how you feel about how much you loved him was sent fresh. You made for them and that they are more than what they think they are. They are greater than i think. They may be forgotten. they'd be left out. They may be the least in their circle but the battle. Ucla lord grison. The kingdom of god is the one who disturbing all if they will. Just go back to that place and it was served in remember you. Their services not undermanned. But you the guy that you would favor them. You will give them grace to prosper in that you would exalt them in due time you say that i not to be wearing well-doing for inducing we show if we faint not and you know the practice of the presence of things that we were going to wouldn't be compared to the glory that shall not be revealed around us with us lena truscott restore their favorite printed this interview help them to be more restored them gig encouragement from that. They're not the only ones that listen. There's somebody out there who bent through some stuff and made it through if you were in a dark tunnel right now. He walking do not stop. Do not give up. You gonna find like you're gonna find it as long as you do. Not quick and i thank you god that you heard our printers. You always hear my pre baking for doing this for me on behalf as as a friend for them using a great eamon. Wow brother this is why this is. Why i gotta. I don't wanna give john room anymore credit. Because he's listening right now he's going to be yeah was on me. No john all got eggs we give them both sets a man of faith himself. I forget but again. Just thank you brother. I cannot thank you enough. This cannot be the last time clearly. We have way too much to talk about. And so much more revelation things again both music and spiritual that you you you again. The reason why. I knew this was a god connects again. A beginning is because of what you just shared And just i prayed that god will continue to double the blessing on your life. Because of everything you're sharing and i hope you're gonna come back and do it again on this four-man because your your family that's all me. I think you man. I appreciate your art in what you're doing grow avi macrumors. Doing i was like thank god somebody is doing. The same thing is huge bro. Saying like you said. I didn't feel worthy didn't Did it did it. Did it scared still doing a scared. But but guys give me grace and people around me that are that are blessing me like you maso. Thanks again brother my friend. I cannot tell you how much this meant to me. I can tell you that. We've never as i said in the interview. We've never really created a space for a moment like that. You just heard but it was clearly god thing and i don't apologize for it at all a matter of fact. I believe that this was exactly what you needed to hear in faith no matter when you're listening to this that this reached you at the right time and you heard what you needed to hear. Paris shared so much about the history of what he went through and how he became the man and the musician he is today. More importantly i think this is all about moving forward what this is going to do for you forward and what you can do in your creative life and your life around people that are in your influence your spirit employs. Who can you impact with this kind of teaching. This kind of knowledge is kind of perspective if you do the inner work and work on yourself and make sure that your faith and your creativity and your life and your testimony are all linked together and really just dig deep and find that place where you know that you're doing what you're call to do. I believe you can be just as influential as peres has been both in my life in the life of so many other people around him and so with that. Make sure you follow everything paris. Doing his links are in the show notes for his website his music and all the things he'll be doing in the future and social media that you can follow make sure you connect with him stay connected with him. This is not the last time we'll have perez sharing in community. But you gotta stay connected with us to find out when that will be so also make sure that you follow along with us on all social as well. all those once again are in the show notes but there's nothing else i can add to this. We're recording at the end of twenty twenty so we may be not seeing your hearing from you for the next couple of weeks. Maybe you're going to be taking vacations spending time with family. So i wish you a merry christmas and a very happy new year in that case. But if you're going to be checking in we're going to do a couple of episodes short episodes just to close out the year and give you kind of a recap of all the amazing stuff that we have learned from our community of artists creators and faith focus freelancers but no matter what continued to become the creative you were created to be keep pushing keeps driving. We're praying for you. We love you. And i want you to be next on the list of the people who are going to be celebrating success in twenty twenty one okay so with that have a great day. Be blessed see next episode. Thanks for joining us here. At the garden gig show. Please leave a review on. I tunes like our facebook. Page or visit. Got and gigs dot com. And tell us what you thought of this show. We'll be back soon. In the meantime go create something amazing.

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"Warning the wr show with lease andrews is intended for her audience early. The following is an infiniti one productions presentation keeping it honest insightful interactive covering the latest in wrestling and beyond since two thousand eleven. You're listening to the rc. W our show now. Your host live from the nation's capital in washington. dc birds. What is going on good of people. You're checking out all new. The are cwr. Show come into you this early monday morning of may thirty first twenty twenty one. Happy memorial day to you guys for those of you that are currently in the military service or you served at one point in the military service. Definitely my hats off to you. Thank you for your contributions fighting the good fight Pretty much keeping us here. You know when these land safe you all go out there and do what you gotta do and everything and however you all are spinning this memorial day holiday definitely from the sanders household to yours. I hope that everybody has a fantastic memorial day. I'm definitely going to be kicking back. And i'm going to be spending some time with loved ones as a this is pretty much it. This is not essentially the final show with. This is pretty much the show before our season finale edition of the cw archer. That's going to be dropping after monday. Night raw goes off the air later on tonight. So hopefully those who vida. It's going to be making rounds checking this up so thou you'll definitely becoming no i'm back hopefully represent and you know come on represent particularly live When we get ready to do that last show for you guys You know we'll be back in a couple weeks like i said but you know that's going to be a season finale. That's coming up by yes. There's going to be nice. i'm gonna be enjoying. It actually did some grocery shopping earlier today. I got some nice vegan food that. I'm looking forward to getting into. Follow your man on social media. You're going to see how i'm looking it up in everything but taking the especially since this is pretty much the week i'm going to be going into my wedding honeymoon vacation and all that so i'm trying not to eat too heavy going into it and everything so we had the ad wwe nothing pay per view event. That went off a few minutes ago. At the time. We're live right now. Is twelve ten. A m on the east coast. The pay per view went off at officially eleven. Fifty eight pm eastern olympia pay per view. As you want to get technical you can say well. It didn't start until eight within you. Think about the by in pre show which was at seven thirty pm eastern and you can kinda understand about the whole length to the point. I've got a poll up right now on twitter and on youtube at the rc. W our show when you look up. Youtube dot com slash. Drc dvr show. Click on the tab and you can actually click right there on that bad boy and you'll see the poll both of our live right now. Pick your platform pick whichever one comes to your mind. I and just vote over there. I wanna know what you guys thought about. The pay per view overall kept it very nice and simple for you guys. up thumbs-down dude. The length wolf. Right now looking at twitter. I see some nice early votes. That's coming in. And i will get to those results in hot minute. Let's see how things are looking right now over on youtube because i did give folks prior to officially go and live is actually came on for a couple minutes chatting with everybody Let's see were at right now and we got some early votes. That's coming in right now when the communities tap so we'll circle back to both of those and a hot minute but overall with regards to tonight's aew double or nothing event. I i would actually have to give to pay per view. Honestly i would give it a b minus be minuses. the best. i can do no need to go any lower definitely. Definitely i'm not gonna go any higher. Be minus is pretty firm so when you think about that as far as the one a ten point scale one and ten being awesome sauce. Your i'm kind of like at about a eight out of ten. So that kind of reflects the b. minus rating if he asked me wolves my overall biggest gripe about the pay per view just a lent just the length. I mean when you really think about that length of time pretty much from seven thirty until pretty much midnight. I mean that's a nice big block of time. And i do not blame. North american fans north american wrestling fans in particular that have been looking experiencing what they've been getting from the wwe product as of late and all man. Will you know when it's come to the summer slams when it's come to these takeovers when it's come to these wrestlemanias we been getting tonight events and you know that's pretty good. Were able to get in there kind of an and now you know it's good fun. Experience time goes by so quick and everything is not so condensed for the broader wrestling fans. You don't only see what. Wwe's been doing but you also see when new japan has been doing as they have shown over the great tendency to break their paver views up all over the course of a couple of days. It could be just that same. You know wrestle kingdom for example they could be stretching that out for two or three days or what have you so you know for wrestling fans. That's a little bit more condition to. I'm used to get knees in installments. Tonight definitely was probably one of those nights that have pushed. Your patients tremendously because think about it especially. If you're big into the sports. I saw a lot of people that were a little bit upset at a w. because they say a man this is pulling me from the drag racing That's one earlier in a. You had some of us. It was pulling us away from the nba playoffs because we wanted to see all the action that was coming off for some of us. We were hoping that maybe we could watch the last game that aired for deny right before i went to the whole pre show or postal rider covering all the nba fallout in everything. But definitely a lot of time. you know. this was kind of one of those. I felt a little bad watching this quite honestly. Because i felt bad from the standpoint of you know my family was trying to chat with me and everything you asked me more about wedding. Preparations go over some last minute stuff and everything and i really couldn't interact with them like i normally would like to because my mind is just. I'm right there in that zone. You know how we wrestling fans get when we're in that zone trying to talk about our wrestling and everything. But yeah i mean. Aside from the length overall review The pre show match up that we got. Let's go. let's go there. And i promise you guys for as long as that paper view was i have a counter. That is going right now as we speak my goal for you guys that did not see double or nothing. We are going to do our very best to not repeat not matched at length of how long pay per view was we are going to try to do our best to be outta here and out and i really wanna kinda do particularly As a not so those. That's tuning in live. And i mean look you want to tell me what you thought about pay per view and you actually saw the paper you. This is definitely the platform for you. You can definitely voice your likes dislikes about what you saw tonight with pay per view so we tune in live sound off. You're gonna be checking this out on demand maybe on downloads. You could definitely feel sound off. I definitely want to hear from you. Guys wanna know. We thought about the pay per view Yeah we're gonna try to have his bs condenses possible especially says we're getting ready to turn right back around and everything. Hey i off. Awesome seeing the crowd back in full effect. I mean don't get me wrong. We were just here. Friday night going into saturday when we were talking about a w dynamite coat case of those of you have missed it. We did come on friday night late friday night going into saturday morning and we cover dynamite fallou when over double or nothing preview picks spend a little bit of wrestling headline so check that out. When you guys get a chance at uppsala zazie available on demand downloads. So he saw the fans that were in attendance at dynamite. And if felt really good eight gave you a really good philly. I don't know if it was for you guys but he definitely gave me a really good feeling that now you know what was going to be some type of magic in the air. Thanks to these fans that are coming from all over the world to double or nothing event on sunday. I just kind of had that by that the fans were really gonna just will me and everybody else in to this event and they did. I mean it was essentially two. Maybe three times more to fans is seen that we saw on this. Friday's dynamite here at the pay per view tonight and their energy all route was just infectious their energy all throughout they brought it. And i i really gotta give it up to those fans I can't tell you just as a for a fan perspective. I can't tell you how revere rated a may me feel how it made me feel so happy that i went out there among my entire family. I was among the first to say okay. I'm going to get this cova. The vaccine there might be some side effects their capacities consequences. But my mentality was. How is the cdc and everybody involved in in making these vaccinations possible. He's cove in nineteen vaccinations possible. How were they going to know what's working and what's not working on. Let's they have those volunteer. Sure it entered its whole trial thing and everything but still there could possibly be that little room for error or whatever you know. How are we going to get back to that. That normalcy that we had before the pandemic. If we don't jump out there and take that shot so i jumped out there. I took that shot because or those shots. Because i wanted to get back to that sense of normalcy and i mean you guys have no idea in twenty twenty alone. There were so many plans wrestling related. Non wrestling related events that i had lined up for twenty twenty and all of it. Just pretty much went. Ca- bluey because it is damn pandemic so now that we're pretty much on that that that end of okay. Here's the finish line. you can see it. you're almost about the headed it's just. Cno's fast tonight is is just those little things like that. I'm sure you guys definitely would agree with me. That went out there. And you've got your shots and everything. I'm sure you would agree with me. That yeah man tonight. Seeing those fans feeding off their energy you know how they were so into all the matches they guide. Yes you know. You wanna be part of that you know you wanna be route that crowd. You wanna be feeding into that same energy you know. You wanna be vibe in them and a man and just not to mention when you go to these events just the fact that you're able to make new friends in the process whether it's as simple as just bumping in somebody and you strike up a conversation because you guys got the same similar shirts you feel. I'm coming from so. I love what i saw tonight. Gray tastes of things to come knock on wood that no more lives are lost says such an extreme level as you know it seems that for the most part the numbers are going more down down down in everything which is great which is great the pre show match up neal listless hidden and go there. We got our Pre show match up. That went down the card here and la- sexually talked about that We pull up a card here real quick for you guys here. Oh there we go shida. No no real real. Real real taken off serena deeb forty. Nwa women's championship match girls win. Addie for about fourteen minutes serena. Deeb picking up the dub via submission oud man for a pre show match up in. This was our only pre show match up our one and only pre show match. Oh by the way. Do me a favor. Vitas tune in lavery. Now if you need me to turn my mic down mike volume down just a little bit. Let me know especially if it's coming in Little bit staticky or whatever. Let me know what's going on. And i can definitely try to adjust it on a fly by it actually should be pretty good but You know. I love this great back and forth between these two girls. I know i was very. I didn't shit on this match when we talked about it on friday and saturday. But if you guys recall. I did say man this. Just feel so weird this feel so that we have this match with rio. What exactly did she do. A e w storyline wise to get in a position where she won. The right to face serena deep for the nwa women's championship it was a head-scratching move. Because remember we did the. Show monday this past monday. There was no announcement of the nwa. Women's title being represented double or nothing. And if i'm not mistaken because we didn't do a show wednesday because there was no dynamite. Kazaa moved to friday. So if i'm not mistaken. I believe it was not have to rely on you guys for for transparency and accuracy. But i believe it was thursday that we found out the rio serena d match was going to be happening at double or nothing. You know you just kind of scratching your head in like. I kinda sat on on friday. If you know disney really home. Dan what i was saying there. I never did take a crap on real. My whole thing was. Why are we getting this match. This just feel so random especially since we're so close to the nwa when our shadow falls pay per view event where you know we still have up in the air exactly. What's going on there with the nwa title picture because base off of the season. Finale fallout from wwl power. This past week. Camille taken on thunder rosa. They fought to a time limit draw. You're wondering okay. Well what does this mean for when shadows fall on fight. Tv does this mean. We're going to have to see camille thunder rosa. Go at it again. And in the winter of that goes on later on in the night on that same pay-per-view car to face serena deed for the nwa title. What does this mean exactly. Furthermore furthermore we have yet this season really home in on this because this is something that we didn't even talk about apologize of some of what i've said so far has found a little bit recycled. But here's a new elements that throw into the mix those of you. That's been pretty current on your. Nwa we've yet to see serena deeb show up in nwa. We got thunder rosa committed to going back and forth about this whole. Nwa women's title and everything. And we've yet to see serena deeb were accounts the most make her presence felt on. Nwa powerrr and all that so all those interesting little dynamics that we got going on. And i went into this match. Just kinda of scratching my head. Why the hell is rio in here. No storyline no built up whatsoever. And i found it interesting to hear to color commentators. Say real pretty much have flew all the way from her home country to florida. Basically to do this match against rena deep in everything now look whether or not that's true or not a whatever for all we know they could have said that just to make it sound really good all that it is what it is. I went into this match. Pre what i said on the last show. Hey be kinda bad as if we maybe saw thunder rosa and or camille in the house paying very close attention to this matchup because hey you'll year. Nwa shows fall. It's a week later. Surely they are gonna be here at ringside watching this and we got some nice little that connection there but we didn't get that we didn't get that and i made sure i had confirmed. Would shout out to my buddy's house interacting with in the disco or we were cutting it up like a mojo in the discord. I actually had bust out my meltzer league. Gimmick actually had did the debut tonight of my meltzer league gimmick and for those of you that like a little comedy shot out to Heim fly he saying that the audio is good so far during the livestream. All some greasy. Thank you my friend I was playing around. And i was just doing these. One liner dave meltzer. Things and i was just commenting about a w you know. Sometimes meltzer comes off a little bit. Very extremely extremely by is when he comes to. Hey w sizes was cutting up some funny jokes all throughout the night in the half people laughing up a storm and everything but I even asked the people in the district i said was there in appearance thunder rosa and camille right now knows miss anything like no yang. Miss nothing because i probably may be missed. The first three maybe four minutes of the match up but pretty much ninety percent of that match. I was there but both of those girls. I gotta say far exceeded my expectations. Far as what. What i thought was going to be happening in this match. I mean first of all. I've felt that with the winter shovels fall event coming up. There was no way the title was going to change hands. I just didn't feel that in my bones particularly we would've been following of nwa season but they really really told a great story. in that. Rang and particularly serena dave. I don't know if you guys have been paying attention to her work. These recent weeks since she's come back from her injury and awed apple she's been showing a lot more of a mean streak and it was on full display in her match against real tonight right down to the point. Yeah you couldn't help say to yourself. Oh okay what's what's going on. Here is serena deeb gone somewhat of a. He'll route here. She's almost wrestling as if she's got this nasty little chip on her shoulders here. But you know. I i like the tone because it was basically look. This is who you need to be cheering for and this is who you need to be rooting for speaking of routing. I loved the great ovation that real head. God i gotta say contrary to how some people may feel about real. There are some very salty comments. That's out there when it comes to rio but despite that the as we saw tonight rio is very very well loved. She is very well received amongst the majority of the a e w fans. I i gotta say it took me back. I definitely wasn't expecting real to get any booze. I just was expecting for there to be not much of a reaction for her and i honestly was expecting to a degree. To same thing for serena deeb but both girls. I i mean this was pretty much the type of crowd. It felt like we were dealing with tonight when he came to these wrestling fans. These were educated wrestling fan stat. Go out over their way. Kind of like you even me. They're checking out his many different wrestling promotions as they can because overall they just love the sport of pro wrestling. And it's like gimme. Gimme gimme gimme. They're like a big old sponge. Ford and everything. So i was quite taken back by these ladies are performance they complimented each other styles. Extremely well. There was a little bit of sloppiness. Here and there I remember there was a roll up pin attempt at one point. I forgot who's trying to get. Who in the penny. I i wanna say was maybe rio. That was trying to get serena deeb and a roll up cannon. That was a little bit sloppy there. Because you know you hear about a roll up pin and you say to yourself how the hell can you mess up a roll up pin as the most simplest thing that anybody can do. It doesn't matter your size. It doesn't matter your height. Anybody can do it hell. Even if you're missing a limb anybody can do a roll up pin but somehow that was executed rather poorly but despite a couple little rusty areas here and their overall fantastic match the girls. They told a really good story. And i dare say they made me walk away saying damn. This was so good. Why wasn't this actually on the official pay per view car. We should had this on your official paper bucar but really set the tunnel so definitely my hats off to both of those growth. Did a great job did a phenomenal job. But again that matched. Those girls went about almost fifteen minutes opening match up of the double or nothing card official card. Hey man adam. Page taking on brian cage. Hey man adam page feeding brian cage twelve minutes this match per what. I had leitao in offering. Yeah you know before we move on a little bit further yen willie. I definitely agree. Heartily thunder rosa is a awesome lady. Russell yes she is indeed. She is a phenomenal wrestler. I just. I just can't help. But wonder and i got to touch upon is because this is a w related so please indulge me folks because i know you guys want me to boom with the pay per view but this is a very important and i can't remember the name of the person that was on our sh- rame Less than twenty four hours ago or forty eight hours ago but he pretty much had helped me break in the news about what was going on with the spanish commentating and i pretty much had reacted to it. Real time case those of you don't know because there actually was a couple of people in our discord. that didn't even know what was going on. There is a color commentator. By the name of william bonna and apparently he said some discriminating it was just straight up racist bullshit with regards to shida. And basically the way it was set up in a nutshell. His mail spanish Spanish commentator collaborators said to him hey translate would cheetah just said there translate cheetah for the fans so next thing you know willie jumped out there and he just went you know. We all dot dot dot com for not. I'm he was literally mocking shida. And you can just hear thunder. Rosa dacia Dez they had this guy kinda comfortable laughter that was going on. You can hear rosa trying to tell him to stop in all that. But i really wish that thunder rosa would have had more of a serious tone. Look i love thunder rosa. A loved on the rosa. Ima big fan big supporter of thunder. Rosa is so funny. Because i remember when. I was checking now thunder. Roses were one of the first times actually came across. Her work was when she was in. Wow women of wrestling. She actually was under a different couple of different gimmicks For that promotion. But that's how. I came across her work and then i learned about thunder rosa and i pretty much and i just remember trying to tell people about her and like don't sleep on this girl. My tally this is somebody that you gotta watch. So i've been a big supporter of hers. I was a little bit. No i won't say a little bit. I was disappointed in how thunder rosa had handled that. Because you know with her name the recognition auto promotions that want to work with her and everything i would have expected for her to really put her foot down and really hammer into willie. Hey you know. Why are you making fun of that emigrant. You know we are immigrants as well. You know this whole country of no here in america who are all. We're all immigrants in some form. Why are you making fun of her. sounds a little disappointed that she didn't step up to the plate. Dacia i mean look dacia. We know she got released from the wwe. You know a while back in everything. So i'm sure many of you guys kind of know how it is. Sometimes you know you you lead one job. You go to another so she view. Don't really have anything lined up in concrete just yet you know you kinda wanna try to mind your ps and qs. And you don't wanna fuck that paycheck up right so Yeah just He got released by the company. I thought with awa. Did you know pretty swift. And all that now you guys may be saying. How does this tie back exactly to the match. You were just talking about lee. With regards to serena deep and Rea- will remember. I said hey you know what's going on with camille e can't help a wonder if there were any plans even for maybe thunder rosa cameo. She's in the stands watching that match. Play out you know. You just can't help but wonder if something had went down and it's like Yell let's just kinda scrap that right now when you know. So i you know i hope that e w doesn't go extreme extreme On thunder rosa You know if you ask me. What's the worst case scenario and everything. Because i know some people may want to try to real quick. They may try to have this. Be a similar case to what went down with. What's girl's name was wilson grows named tussle blanchard. They may try to link this to tesla. blanchard h- i can see it but we're talking to psi. It might be. It might be of the same coin but these are two completely different different stories here. In howell dave connor reach their respective conclusions in everything. We got to remember that in this particular case thunder. Rosa was not the instigator If anything she definite way you can make the argument. She should have been more aggressive. She should've you could go that route And then you can go the other route. Which is you know. It's not really her responsibility as far as disciplinary action. Or trying to tell you know. He's the professional he should know. Better yell he. She's just feeding off of him. You know so. It's interesting to know there has been far as i know and you guys can correct me before we stream. If there's some up to up to date information but on the rose has not put out any type of statement with regards to that crap that went down so i hope that because w-we went down this weekend it hasn't messed up the The future relationship in regards to Future relationship in regards to nwa. And a e. W i mean it doesn't appear as though because if it was really that extreme than we definitely wouldn't have gotten rio taking on serena deep tonight you fill me as you'll pay view card. Hey man page defeating brian cage. This went exactly how i had laid it out when we got ready to talk about predictions for double or nothing remember. Go back to the friday saturday show. I just fell. In my heart of hearts. Adam page was definitely going to pick up the dub but i felt that it was going to come at the hands of tasr trying to basically do brian cage. A- solid in pretty much represent team task. You know hey we got your bag you know where your family your blood blah blah and. I figured that hook ricky stars. I figure that those guys were gonna come out. They're gonna play some type of role and trying to help out. Brian cage and cage. When it was all said and done he wasn't gonna have anything to do with any played out exactly How i thought it was going to play out Quite honestly I mean literally it literally to shit went down frame for frayne. Just go back and listen to what i had laid out just a couple of nights ago. It laid out exactly how i thought it was going to play out I'm trying to figure out who came in with the championship. John pitcher who Who came in with somebody who came in with a championship A did they come in with a championship belt thing. Nah i don't know. I'm getting another match mixed up but there definitely. So a lot of distractions that was going on at ringside and brian cage. Pretty muslims like you know. What the hell are you doing. I don't need you guys help. You know what the hell's wrong with you guys like. Leave me alone. You know i got this. And now he he did not get that Pretty much closing moments of this one. there was a german onto the neck caged in a flip page power bomb. Danny looked for another buckle. Page comes in with a jack knife cover near fall spinning clothesline. Then did the Spinning sit out power bomb Thousand near fall as well and then Hook hook was actually the one to lead off. Be whole distraction and then ricky. Yeah yeah there was a title. I almost rows like was there was a title. The fucking f. t. w. title. That's what i was thinking about guys. I got to trust my memory a little bit more. Ricky then tried to slide in there with the f. t. w. championship and You know he basically slid title win there. He made on cal tech way. Brian cage and he. The title in their brank age is looking at the title. Like what the fuck you want me to do it. No i'm not gonna win like this any actually throws it right. Back as starks page ended up setting up. Brian cage for alabama slam cage in sending him to the outside within page county right-back with a buck shot. Lariat got the three count. That pretty much was it. Page was celebrating dragging a couple of beers a cage. Meanwhile he's just shocked as i don't know why and the last burning image that you see with brian cage you see hook and starks. They're pretty much chewing into brian. Cage wondering do what the hell is going on with you you know what. Why didn't you want our help. You know what what the hell's wrong with you and he pretty much cursed them out Push them to side and he made his exit. The beautiful part of all of this task was on commentating. And just the fact that we had tasks kind of feeding into the whole thing. And i loved it. I frigging loved it I'm trying to think if there was anything else The had happened right there but now that that pretty much was it hell of an opener. It was a beautiful as opener. It was so believable. By the way for those of you. That might be a little bit curious because you know brian cage has that that hide he. He's got that weight difference. The muscle mass. And all that. And you're going. Brian cage e they actually the styles. Just the way because you know. That's the thing about brian cage. Been watching him long enough. You know brian cage can frigging adapt to any frigging sow. He's got one of the most unorthodox move sets that i've seen of agai his build and all that just some of the stuff that this guy is able to do in the ring. He should not be able to do it if you need this guy to go in there and pretty much be a brock lesin or powerhouse and do some fricken powerhouse lose. He's your guy if you need him to go in there and do some mutual lebron shit. He's your guy he can do that as well you know. You need him to go technical. He can do that as well. I mean the guy is just a draft. A jack of all trades East one hell of a frigging Specimen of a human being in wrestler. I gotta you straight up. I've never quite seen anything like him in quite some time for big muscle guy you know just the agility. The great flexibility That the young man has everything. I'm i'm very very impressed by him. So obviously as we progress in two weeks of future awa dynamite program in we're going to be seeing fallout from this. I would imagine tasr is gonna try to just follow up. Wanna say the other night i would imagine tasr probably gonna try to chew into brian cage. A little bit and again you know. How could you do that to your brothers. Your hi how are you gonna do that to my side. They were there to help you. You know after everything that we've done for you if everything that team tasr has done for you know in you. Pretty much throwback gratuity. You pretty much spit on it and you pretty much throw it in our face. You know. I can just see all of that. Plan abou- and eventually i can see hangman. Adam page continuing have problems with team tabs and eventually brian cage. He's gonna he's gonna get the exit from frick when we've seen this. I mean because the seats have been planning for some weeks now so we know it's coming we we've seen that it's coming and pretty much. What we got tonight was the not really the icing on the cake. But you know how when you turn that pot on That's got the water in it and you're putting your you're white. You're white rice in there. You china balsam rice. And you know if you're not paying attention is just gonna overflow will that's now what's going on with brian cage in this whole storyline it's now overflowing and now we got to see how to clean up is going to go down but i can definitely see a scenario where Maybe not so much hook not so much hook. I wouldn't be surprised of really ricky starks and hobb's if they were the ones that really made life living hell for. Hey man page. Brian cage and then all of a sudden we've got this union. Here is partnership between brian cage. Ham page cajun page or do you wanna go page in cage. I like cage page. That's kind of flows off the tongue. Better agassi them. Having a putting their differences to the side there to team up in pretty much stick it to team tasr and then somewhere down the road after they resolve that conflict okay we need to definitively have are one match here. You know no shenanigans. No all persons at ringside. Now we're gonna finally. I can do this. I can see something like that. Like i see something like that coming about because when you really kind of take a step back and think about it they are one one right now so somewhere down. The road is going to have to be there. Ram match without a doubt. Hey you guys doing good. You guys been enjoying the show so far. If you have been pleased please make sure if you haven't done so already you go out of your way. You hit that like button. Subscribe click on that bill. So you don't miss out on all future content. that comes your way on a regular basis. Hey one also give shout out to our patriots. Familia remember patriot dot com for slash. Rc byard show checkout bonus audio and video content. you won't be able to find anywhere else. Shot to our patriot familiar. Y'all know who you are. Let's keep and roll was getting more matches here our necks match on the card. That went twenty one minutes yum bucks. Nick and matt jackson. Taking on jon moxley eddie kingston four the awa world tag team titles young bucks defeating moxley in kingston gotta say was a bit surprise with this match as far as turnout goes. I was very very surprised by this. I thought for sure. I thought for sure that We were going to get new. Tag team champions. I i just felt that was the way to go. I felt that moxley and kingston have just been cranking it up. These has several weeks. I have for me as far as viewer to say to me. Straight up lee. What is one of your favorite highlights. What's been one of your favorite highlights. When it comes to aid of you programming. I would say off the break at the very top. I would say kingston moxley. All shit that they've been doing has been pure go. I mean they just flow so they complement each other extremely well. You know it's it's. It's almost like god if i were to just think about some some duos You know it. It's almost kind of like you're watching. And i'm sure eddie. Kingston will actually appreciate this analogy. I'm i'm about to us. Because i know i know. He's big into You know hip hop rb and all that you know. He's into rap in all that. Eeo watching kingston and moxley reminds me a lot of pete. Rock in seal smooth. No bullshit it almost reminds me of that to certain degree You know it's almost like we are watching of the of the smashing pumpkins with with james You know it. It's almost like you know it's kind of like one of those types of deals you know I'm damn sure. Not gonna say jimmy page. Or i'm not gonna go in that direction but you guys get the point. I don't think i need to put anymore Analogies out there but yeah they complement each other so damn welder styles just just everything and I've been enjoying them in a. I thought tonight we were going to be getting new tag champions. And i can't help with scratch my head and say to myself my god if there was ever a time where you could have really put over a a new tag team and really build up your tag division even more and everything. This was pretty much your opportunity to do so. But i can't help but wonder okay so now what i mean the way india you kinda felt as though this is in over just yet moxley and kingston. They're going to continue to come after the yamba. Cts you you're kind of left with that impression and hopefully this does continue. Hopefully this was just at one. And when it's all said and done you know no no. No you know there's going to get a gonna get to a point in this feud where as far as finish line moxley and kingston will become the new awa world tag champions because if they don't become the new awa world tag champs then i can't help but go okay. So if not kingston in moxley then who because varsity blondes. You pretty much essentially made that be a a flash in the pan which you know. We gotta talk a lot more with regards. 'cause we got that casino royale we gotta talk about pretty soon but you know that's pretty much okay. We forget about that. But then you've guides. But then you've got went down with christopher daniels frankie zarian by the way quick sidebar. I believe in consistency in storytelling. If we have frankie kazarian cut a promo about two weeks ago. Talking about his best friend his brother and arms you know his his his his his his war buddy and christopher daniels if we got him making a declaration of how he is going to make every single day that the yum books don callous. Kenny omega good brothers. Anybody anybody that is associated with them with that elite squad. How he's gonna make them all pay for what they did to him and his brother as he has a new focus in in all of this other shit. Don't you think it would have made all the sense in the world to when they lease expected it even if it were backfire tonight. That's okay but at least we're telling that story line we're keeping up with it and it's all about the consistency would have made artisanal frank to be there to try to figure out some type of way to screw them. I gotta tell you i. I was intense thousand -ticipant tonight. I was in dissipating christopher daniels. At some point that was going to be reclosed. I was going to hop over a railing and was gonna come right after The bucks or whatever while referee had all of that distraction. That was going on there. I was expecting for him to come in there. Do some stuff. We find out who it is tony. Shabani jr create. Sell the hell out of that moment and everything but come up. Short match keeps going. I was expecting that. But you know we didn't get that. I'm hoping that we can revisit that. Because right now we just kind of comes off. His if people are scratching their heads And you know remember remember. Who was it in a recent interview that talked about dig. It was coochy marshall maybe to had talked about the whole writing process on how dynamite is put together like right now. These guys aren't even in a room. Hammering at all how these guys pretty much just have all these ideas that they're texting back and forth with each other or whatever and somehow gets lost in communication and then day of the show is even more rewriting. The has to go down because not everybody is on the same page about what needs to go down. You feel i'm coming from so hopefully we can see what's going on with that in the next coming weeks but If it's not diversity blondes. The i've it's not gonna be lucia sorace. Who who is it. If it's not gonna be kingston and moxley. who who. who who who you know. You can't help but wonder so. Hopefully they'll we're we're we're going in that direction. Damn good tag team match up Between these respective teams. Though i i i got to say you know me when it comes to the young butts. I've told you guys about this repeatedly over years about the books. What type of yom buds are you gonna get. Are you gonna get the yum bucks that wanna go in there and they wanna tell a riveting Or are you gonna get yum bugs. Dad you know dalit up. It's all about those you know. Those favorite hits in other the greatest hits which which type of bucks are you to get and the bucks that we got tonight now. They came in their lunch pail. And all that I loved it is definitely definitely one of my favorite matches. Shout out to Joshua who says he's He's at the hospital so he sadly had missed the a w w nothing pay per view. Event sorry to hear about that. Hopefully everything is good. Hopefully you're just use passing through the hospital and you'll be out of there You'll be out of there. rather soon-. I don't know if it was joshua or if it was another listener of the show From meter last week or week before but somebody was having some personal issues. Somebody who's having some personal issues that was That was going on. And i remember. They had said something. All of very appreciative that shows like Like mind was was floating around to really help them out and everything so Not sure who that person was and if that was joshua day. Sorry i forgot about bailey. I kinda remembered there Let's keep rocking and rolling. Gus more action. We could talk about here. we're on our fourth match. Now are krissy no battle royale for future. Aew world championship match As far as your participants go in this one. Let me try to seek. I actually did not take the names down of the people that were In this one But let me let me see if i can let me see if i can actually get you guys. The names for this one christian matt sidell will hobbs. Max caster dustin rhodes. They all are pretty much out there. I see and then later on it gets fouled up by trying to see who else comes out here The diamonds matt hardy. Al came cassidy. Cease nickel nikko. Marado subroutine luther. Nick and ten c hearts our next cassidy hang on. Hearts are out next. Brian kilmeade junior garrison. They come out. Cochabamba cochabamba actually came out with a brody lease jacket about. That was a nice little touch. Right there Anthony bowen sr came out necks. Penta l zero pencils zero gets not of the night because we'll man came out. Joker inspired attire. Must be on cloud nine as i was. I don't know how many of you guys had actually heard about this. But if y'all remember Phoenix in joker. From just couple of years ago the green light has been given there is going to be a joker to and if i'm not mistaken the director the writer i think it was tied phillips. He's actually pending it as we speak east coming back in all that so I think that was just so fucking cool. The pencil actually came out with his attire joker in spotted. Look fucking wicked. I loved it. Fricken loved it. Yo to the people at awa games you're thinking about future downloadable content and everything. You should definitely try to make that costume be available. You would definitely give many people would appreciate that no doubt about it. No doubt about it. final shuffle happens jungle. Boy comes out Let's see who else come out and erin solo see. I think i think that's i. Don't think missing the odor any odor names. I'm just kind of quickly. Just skimming my notes. Forgive me if i did miss a couple of names there. As far as who was the joker card joker card was none. Other than leo rush. It was leo rush. Leo rush got a nice ovation from the crowd. It was awesome again. This was one of those type of wrestling fans. I know some of the terminology that you know that that's out there. You know you hear mark here. Smark i try to do my best not to use that That type of time and -nology 'cause i just don't believe in and label people although for full transparency. I gotta say what tony. Kahn had put out there this week about. Wwe's possibly trying to do in new japan pro wrestling idea kind of feel as though Tony was being a little bit too much of a of a mark for form seven. It was interesting. Because i had a couple of nights. interactions so nice back and forth to people About that tony kahn. Peace and one guy said well who is in a mark for themselves. Everybody is a mark for themselves. And i just couldn't help would say gee outta that one hundred percent. I must be that one percent. That's not for a a mark of themselves. Because i'm always very hard on myself right down to the point every single show that i put out there and everything. I'm always hardware myself. I'm always going man. What could i have done to make that show even better all man just kind of seemed like my energy was a little bit too low. Right here I wish i could brought more energy all man. I forgot to bring up this point. Oh you know really would have been good additional thoughts. If i would've saw always mali's beating myself up being myself even more okay next show next show next show why even when i finally feel as though no i did the best complete shows so i'm still never satisfied. It's okay well. That's in the books. Now let's go on and let's see we can hit another home run in everything so i just thought it was interesting that the one of the people had said you know who isn't a mark for themselves and i was like. Nah well not me. I'm not really a mark for myself So you know you got those terminologies. That's floating around in everything But in this particular case when you see when lille rush came out great ovation. This was a wrestling. Crou- dad knew there guys and they're gals. This was a wrestling crowd. You know they. They came prepared and i was loving it. I was loving. Lille rush. I i just i just couldn't help it. Just take a step back and just go bam. i'm. I'm actually happy for his. Do i actually loved the work that he was doing for bobby lashley. I loved what he was doing there. I mean don't don't get me wrong you know. Sometimes you can't help but wonder would last. We have gotten to where he is right now. Would he have gotten there. If leo rush had continued to be by his side the us. That's kind of up for debate. You know we'll we'll never really know does. Mvp compliment lashley a lot. More than leo rush. I think even the most hardcore leo rush fan would say yeah the census yet an mvp actually complements complements. Lashley more than i mean. Can you just really take a step back. Could you imagine leo rush being one that pretty much in storyline orchestrates. The whole hurt business. Gnawed that i'm having a hard time really seeing that you feel me so you know but it was great seeing him. Get the reaction that That he had got tonight he was only in there for a hot cup of coffee though. Man i mean the guys in there. He's not even involved in this match for not even not even five minutes and he got eliminated so quickly and it's funny too because for those of us that kinda. Follow the career of leo rush and it was like. Oh hey you know cool. We all rush. I guess for a lot of people they were kind of expecting a cold perk. They were expecting a little rock last nerve. They were expecting a siham punk. They were expecting a a a huge big name. They're expecting a huge big name to come out. A you know what it reminded me of just seeing everybody's reactions to it informs Chat rooms not a you know what it kind of reminded me of a reminded me of that wrestlemainia from a couple of years ago. Where number thirty hits and you're like all right who's going to be. The last person and poor little ramos stereo comes out and he got booed out the goddamn arena. Remember that you know it was almost kind of like but see. Here's the thing the fans that were in attendance tonight. They re cheering the hell out of leo rush by some of the. Let's were out was tonight. It was really really leo. Rush man. come on. You couldn't get anybody else who's who's one of those type of deals so i i understand. We were some people are coming from and everything. But i personally didn't have a problem with leo rush Drawing the joker card and everything. I didn't have a problem with that whatsoever So you're winner of this casino royale match eh ended up being one jungle boy as the final two participants. It was jungle boy christian cage. You know at this point. You're looking at You're kind of saying to yourself. Well not for nothing. But the way that they've been building up christian cage. I don't blame folks. That may be looked at this and said okay. It's going to be christian cage. Christian cage is going to be the one that is going to essentially know. Maybe dethrone kenny omega. You know it. It's going to be him but the fact that they actually went with jungle boy. I just was like okay. This is awesome. pleasant surprise. Did not see this. When come in whatsoever i tell you what jungle boy. Got such a great ovation. Yeah you know when you take a step back and again for those of you. That didn't see the pay per view tonight. When you wanna talk about who had the best reaction in this casino royale match jungle boy hands down at number one. He had the best fricken reaction I would also say that penta. I i would probably put him at number two. Maybe i'll definitely give him number two. Just go on back one more time and looking at all the names of the participants that was then this one against his feed off of the crowd reaction and all that actually no. I would put penta at number three. My number one would be jungle. Boy my number two would be leo. Rush number. three would be pence. I don't think anybody that saw to pay per view would have any issue with that order. whatsoever but yeah. Those were the three that really stood out to me most jungle. Boy i mean roof just pretty much. Blew off de joy and Jungle boy advances so he gets a future shot against the awa world champion. That's going to be going down on dynamite. I believe they said in about two weeks. There was so much information. They tried to cram into this paper view in setting up this coming weeks dynamite on a lot of it i honestly have missed and everything but the fact that they went with jungle boy. I was cool with that. You know there was a part of me. That was a little bit. Kind of heartbroken that they did not go in the direction of brian pullman junior and to quote jr to a certain degree. I love the fact that jr touched on the fact that bryant junior has been receiving so much admiration so much love new fanfare for the dark side of the ring documentary on his dad. That came out a couple of weeks ago. I love the fact that jr headset that because to my knowledge it yet it if it was said on dynamite you guys got it. Forgive me that. I missed it. Obviously but for me. What i heard tonight that was for me the very first time. That okay on a much grander scale. You can say to me all no lead. They mentioned on the youtube shows have like i. I don't acidly watch youtube shows. They're mainly watching the tnt stuff or the pay per views saw it. It definitely perked my years with the light to hear jr. Give that little nod in everything. And then i gotta say i I was who i was rooting for. I thought that it was going to be brian. Perelman i did. That's despite what. I had said. When i was offering picks because remember what i said when i was offering picks i felt that whoever was the to be announced a opponent for his casino royale. I felt that maybe they were gonna be the ones to win it. And then remember what i also said. I went with dark horse. I said as far as a dark horse that could win the whole thing. I went with film in junior. So the fact that it didn't even go in that direction it was kind of like you know but but i'm happy for jungle boy. I can't wait to see what happens on a couple of weeks when he really lock it up with the w champion i. Let's keep rocking and rolling. Let's go with the next match up on the card You know what one thing i got to say. You know i. I like the fact that ed wood were awa tonight. We jungle boy winning. You know they really tried to go. That extra effort. And i definitely want to make sure i showed a lot of love for this. Went that mile to okay. We got to try to establish new stars. We gotta try to you know. We can't keep looking at the older guys. That's coming in here you know. No disrespect to the moxley's the christians in certain certain. Sir you know we gotta to do our best to build up these fresh new faces in everything and all in the name of you know helping the overall product you know move forward but also connecting and capitalizing on knows age demographics. That's checking out your product and everything so it was who was a smart move. What they did. They're putting jungle boy In that position and that casino royale match that one abou- twenty three minutes next up cody. Rhodes cody rhodes defeating anthony. Ago-go ten minutes fifty five seconds yo. Y'all man cody rhodes came out and his whole entire all house thinking about when i was looking at his attire. I just wanted to go downstairs. I wanted to go in my pantry. And i just wanted to have a nice big ass fat bowl a captain crunch cereal nobleman. You gotta look at that cost and man. I mean that costume was no bull. No bull you guys got it. I didn't see the paper. You gotta pull up the image of his attire tonight and the only thing that was missing was the damn cap'n crunch frickin hat man. That was the only thing that was missing but yet brussels making me hungry with that attire man. Seriously you guys. What about blueberry cap'n crunch it has its moments i got. I got to actually be seen in four. But i'm a gimme the original man almost like the original. Gimme the frigging original owl teradata. Tear it up I really ain't supposed to be having that though because of my diabetes but assures was tempted. I was ready to go down there. And the house ready to i stick to honey nut cheerios. And and the special k and and was supposed to the other one i do Rice krispies the original rice krispies. I drew story. I tried cocoa rice krispies. For very first time. Since two days ago i was eating breakfast with my girl and You know we're we're eating. Hey what you doing she's i'm doing cocoa rice krispies. I'm like oh. I've always wanted to try that. I've got to try that. She's like really of yet to try to. She's like oh we'll have some nasty nasty. Yo rigging nasty never again never again sounds good at i. Don't it sounds good efforts. But then you're like About now i next match up here. We got on the car for you guys But what you guys good. Y'all y'all doing okay. Shot out shot out. Let me know you guys doing all right of course already know what to do if you enjoying the show. So far as keep rocking and in cody rhodes anthony gogo. Ten minutes fifty. Five minutes cody defeating antonia. Gogo the fact that i've been silent this law issue. Let you know that dues bullshit. A love cody. I respect the hell. Out of cody. What have i always been consistent about for you guys that you check me out you know. I try to do my best to be very fair to all wrestling promotions. That i talk about on here definitely to aid. W what's the number one thing about cody. I've always said if you've been listening long enough. I've always said a to cody rhodes and his matches man. You know cody is going to bring it when it comes to cody. And he's involved in his respective story arcs. He's always bringing knit. His is the most complete. It's the most. Well-thought-out is the most well executed this just fell so flat saw flat. Where do you begin do you maybe go with the fact of something that i brought up the other ninety. You bring up the fact that there was no type of Gimmick stipulation thing that was going on with this match you know the fact that it wasn't a maybe a. I quit match. You know loser. That says i quit has to fricken leave a america for ninety days served or or some shit like that Just weird that. There was no type of stipulation that was added to this. You felt that maybe they were trying to go for a you felt that maybe they were trying to go for a rocky four five but the execution just overall flat on so many levels you know and when you go to this match itself look. I'll give praise where praise definitely needs to be given the goco in here. Look like a fucking base me. You're looking at him. You're saying how he's able to hang. We cody and all your yet. This young brother. He got mad potential. He got mad potential to move up the card and everything. You could definitely see him being a future. Tnt champion you could definitely under the right circumstances. See him being a future world heavyweight champion and that you could definitely see all of those things. It was a fantastic showing for anthony ago. But of all the you know. I won't say cody went above and beyond to really because we've seen cody really go above and beyond for somebody you know cutie. Marshall comes to mind Who's another one. That comes to mind that he really really while he was a tnt. Chevy if you throw a name out me like i'll definitely be able to say yeah that guy But we've seen helmets like. Why is he really playing up. This guy 'cause sometimes you would look at his matches and you would go. Do do dial it back. This should be a squash match. You should be done with this guy in like fricken three minutes you know. Why are we turned into what should be a three minute match into a damn near twenty minute max like know. What the hell But with this one he killed. Woody that is he definitely went there and and when he went there and trying to help out a gogo by this was this was not one of the best. Cody rhodes matches That i've seen just the way that the match was laid out the fact that she didn't have any type of a a gimmick behind it whatsoever the shortness of this match. Do all of this this build in everything and it pretty much just ends with a cody pretty much doing a frigging version breaker to get three count all right so he also beats anthony gogo cleanly in the middle of the ring. We don't even get post-match we don't even get anthony ago jump in the hell outta cody afterwards being a sore loser and at least okay. We're continuing on here. It just feels as though look the way this just felt. Okay we're gonna take this up to the pay per view and after that we're pretty much done. That's just pretty much felt like okay. Cody's in he's out. That's how i felt so yoga. Forgive me a young i know. Fort lauderdale guys code your boy everything but for me. I i really. I expect a lot more of this matchup. And honestly if they were going to operate like this then. I'll tell you what this match should have been depre- show and the real taking all serena de should've taken they should've swap and it was on the actual pay view card Instead miro taken on lance archer tnt championship Both men coming out of this looking fantastic role looking like a absolute base. Miro looking like a absolute freak in freak Miro look and like a fricking psychopath. I loved it. I i- fricken loved this There was a spot where And i love her. Pita call pita animal abuse There was a Throwing of a a snake in awed at Archer looked pretty good. I've never seen lance archer for as long as he's been involved in a w maybe not sense what i'm trying to think maybe not sense would cody. But i've not seen lance archer get thrown awhile thrown around the way was being thrown around In this one a little bit of sloppiness here and there When this matchup. But i'll tell you this. I'll tell you this could have followed the crowd. Reaction for a gogo and cody rhodes. And you could tell. The crowd was a bit lost. Their they the cry. You're losing the crowd when it came to that matchup and pretty much anthony I'm pretty much miro archer. Okay we gotta go out and we gotta try to follow. That i felt that with these guys did was definitely redeeming of what we saw in the previous match and everything They definitely kind of help. Pick the energy up a little bit In this when mir roll coming out on top steel t champion. No surprise right there. I'm continuing to enjoy the good booking that they're doing Of miro and you guys are as well gustaf. Can't wait to see what's next for miro personally You asked me with future matchups. I would like to see for miro. I would love to personally see. I would personally love to see christian. I definitely would love to see will hops. They're not really dream. Match is just really cool matches. I'd like to see off the break Trying to think who else. I definitely wouldn't mussina frankie kazarian against me a row. I think that would be a very interesting story line Who else who else they got in there. They got in there Trying to think you know. I wonder if they could do something there with joey. Jim nella something there. Look all these names mentioned and so far. I'm not talking about dethroning miro for tnt championship. All i'm talking about his jobs okay. Future opponents that you could. Oh you know. Who's the one guy who's the one guy that looks like the frigging throwback The fricken throwback The barbarian the got some guy. That's down there. And he was actually in the casino royale. He bear with me a quick second. I can actually tell you the name of the guy. Let me just go back. Let me go to my notes. Real quick let me actually look at that That one guy. I'm talking about are actually in the w roster. We'll see if. I can actually pull up that guys That guy's face here almost see the guy if anybody wants to try to help me out in the chat and you may his name you know. He's he's he's almost built like the frigging barbarian Elias you know but more bulkier mean that guy. Looks like a million fucking dollars. Manuals like a fricking savage. I'll have the name for you guys in a couple of seconds here. Because i'm actually looking at the roster right now the most updated roster and right now. I hope this very updated because sonny kiss. I ain't talking about sonny kiss in. No i'm not talking about nine arose eater by the way i miss the rolls. Senile rose In a minute man had these images man. They're like loading up. I'm seeing the The people that's on the roster by i would rather see a list rather than Hang on i'm gonna travel more thing here. 'cause as soon as i mentioned this guy's name you all are going to be like. Oh yeah that fucking do so. Hang on here Here we go. No no no no no no no no no Is it this guy. Hang on. I think i. I think i found him hanging up thinking this guy hang on. I can tell you guys Yeah nick colorado nick arado. I could see him doing so. I think him in mirror. I think that would be fucking epic. That ba fuck an epic. Look his Look up his image for those does not really familiar with him Just yet that. Do fucking screams insanity money as well That guy right there. I'm looking at going. You know what you can definitely do something with that dude. Thirty years of age to you still a young dude. I'm very impressed with what i've seen of him. You know thus far thus far so reason why had a brain fart. Because i haven't seen him enough so his name isn't ingrained in my mind. Just yet there are. Let's see what else we got see. What else happened on the card here. dr brit baker d m d taking on shida a w. women's championship. Seventeen minutes twenty seconds. We are new. Awa women's champion as the d. m. d. era has officially begun So fucking happy All my god dude. First of all first of all great match gray thicker match. I love this. This was this was awesome. I say this was. This was one of my matches. Remember what i told you guys. The other night. I said of all matches looking most forward to this was definitely wind where yeah man. I'm heavily invested in this one. These girls should definitely live up to the hype. They definitely should be tearing the house down and everything. This did not disappoint whatsoever. I was very happy with this one. man this was good. This was wholly balls Holy balls fucking good man What else can i say about this matchup particular. I even love the spot there where they had put a rebel as she was shoes. Trying to distract the referee in every day and the referee heated time. It just right because rebel came in there with crutcher. Whatever from what. I remember and referee somehow got distracted or whatever brit takes that crutch and the referee actually sees when britain is using the crutch but then he tried to act like he didn't see it in almost try to he almost did his body language like he was going to try to look away but then decided off fuck. You can't really play this off. And so he just went in for the and i just thought. Look me personally stickler for detail. I just thought that was. That was poor sloppy. I just thought that was poor sloppy biz. That was going on I felt if anything the match should have been called sheet of. Should've you know that that's it. The match the matches called off for baker has been disqualified with still your awa women's champion shida but then it really would have been cool if would have had you know. Maybe tony kahn. Come out or something like that and say you know. This is a pay per view. You know we're not gonna do it like this. This match is gonna match is going to continue or something along those lines Within you could definitely bring up a con argument for why that actually is not a good idea because so but yeah i just i felt kinda bad for that referee because obviously his timing was off and he really wasn't sure what to do there so he just kept rocking and rolling and everything but Couple o- hiccups. Definitely there was a couple of little hiccups in this matchup but when it was all senate denver baker Walking wait look. You can't help but be very happy for bread. Baker in me personally no bullshit. You know very very seldom as far as my my female wrestlers you know. Who's on my list. That i can watch any and everything that they do for whatever promotions you know. I'm definitely invested in their work. My list of female talents is very very short. off to break and i've taken quite a strong liking to her. The future is very bright for her. Jade cargill You've listened to show enough of song. Nothing but really good praises of her Another one that stands out to my mind right now. is keyword hogan tasha steals. I i love what they have been doing for that. Knockouts division over at impact I love me. Some red velvet red velvet is coming along. She still has a lot a lot more work to do. But i see the potential. That's and everything she she's definitely winning me over Of course i Definitely love me. Some thunder rosa always always have appreciated. The work of Serena deep bread baker. I pretty much was in her corner almost from day. One almost from day one. And i don't say it to suck my own In any type of way or or anything. I say what. I say right now with regards to baker because i want to really make sure is trans. Lated to you guys. Transparency consistency while other shows were throwing bid re baker under the bus and they pretty much just is the roasting our of rick baker. I was among the select few that said no. You know what. I see potential for her. I remember with the promos. I remember being on his show in saying look. I don't know who you know. Who's helping her with her promos. We know she's got her man. Adam cole and everything but practice in the mirror fire up a webcam record some stuff just gotta get more and more comfortable with it and is gonna come in due time especially if she's serious about mastering in everything. Dan ring work. I felt that way. Pretty impressed with what i'm saying could be better but enables one of those. Okay let's see how serious just keep just keep adages. Just keep at it. Just just keep at it. Keep batting when you keep doing something long enough you get really good at it. That's that's how it is. I look at it no different than video game. Yeah sure when you start off. Plan that video game you suck you die multiple times. You're trying to figure out the gaming controllers all of that good stuff and eventually you become a pro at it. And i remember the turning point had really came and i was all. I was already singing praises for britain talking about you know. Hey you know improve audit up but i think really that turning point in her career came when she was on that cruise remember that she was on that cruise. She cut that promo. You got the infamous tony show. What the Here you got that. That's when things really started to turn the corner for her and it was. Okay finally piecing it all together. you know. she's she's gotten it now. It's like the lightbulb off. Really gotten it i. Let's see how she has she strings it all together and it's been amazing. This past year in august. Full three sixty five spin also saying this incredible journey that she's been on and it getting to the point of where it is right now and do i dare say that and i think this is a very good argument that i could make show me otherwise in regards to the a w realm i think since the inception of aew if you were to point out one particular star in aew and say hey for home grown talent look at the way. This particular talent has been built up and built up and built up and built up. Sure we had our moxley's but let's really be honest the moxley's those were transplants. We look at the We look at the who's another one. Jericho look jericho. Fits the w cloth perfectly because without jericho. Yeah probably would not have been in aew and all that would without a shadow of doubt but when you get right down to the heart of the matter. Jerko is still a transplant. You've got to look at it like that. You guys get the gist of what i'm talking about. When you really just strip all that away he just look at it. Straight up homegrown. Aew talent dare. I say unless you're able to find me somebody else on that roster. Bread baker has been the one star. You talk about being built up properly and what a payoff at the very end. Seeing this incredible journey i mean. It's probably when you just kinda go back in. I wouldn't be surprised if maybe three years from now if we're probably still talking abou who The rise of breaker her career in everything. I would not be surprised if in three years time that still holds up that number one spot Will so very very proud very proud to see the big payoff and that was a nice little spot. Seeing tony shivani Literally hall last two. N you news legit. You knew he reg- it was congratulating her and and all of that so definitely definitely league congrats to to baker straight from the heart. And look while. I'm on vacation. I'm definitely going to represent you guys know. I love to get all types of different wrestling shirts. And all i gotta. Nwa powerrr scher. That's when the way as we speak I finally got a see 'em peng besson the world shirt. Don't ask me what the hell i i. Just i'll be clear. Blue eyed just. Hey i never did. I think what it was. When i saw sam punk couple of years back in chicago i think what it was. I got to see on punk exclusive shirts from the meet and greet i refuse to wear them. I refuse to wear them and it was like okay. I need a shirt that i can. So i decided okay well. I think that's probably what was going on in my head. So i gotta see him pump best in the world shirt that i'll be wearing really really soon but i'm definitely going to be pushing a brick baker shirt no doubt about pushing a baker shirt and i agree with anthony. Anthony talking about the Marrero match he says the miro match was great He's really good. He'll that should have debuted. Like hands down yes. It really felt like to go on and on about miro. Let's just talk a little bit of rock music for a little bit. You know what murals run when he first came into. Aws reminded me of what sing reminded me out the most reminding me a lot of rubber plant if you will because anybody. That's followed the career of led zeppelin of robert plant. There was that period there where robert plant had refused to play the led zeppelin music. He just refused it. Paint him too much and falling out that he kinda had with jimmy page and all that he just you know he really wanted to be his own man and so he wanted to go out. There play his own original music in every day. And if alienated fans for a good number of years but then as time grew on plant certainly had became quite fond of that history that he had built with led zeppelin and it was. There is it in the past. That really had helped shaped him into the alternate singer and showman as a solo. Act that we've come to know love and appreciate today and with miro. It really felt as though miro was trying so hard to get away from the past. Felt like he was trying to get away from everything that made him successful in the other company and maybe to a certain degree. Maybe miro and i wouldn't blame the guy. Maybe in his own way he felt as though will what was going on over there and how the company let me down. And all of this. I i was just a failure over there for them so it felt like he was going through a identity crisis. Does anybody remember. When chris cornell did the fucking rap album with timberland as his producer. A lot of people. Just what the fuck it. But you know cornell. Khanna had his coming to jesus and he stuck to the stuff that made him most popular. I actually thought that album was pretty good by the way. But that's just me so you guys get so yeah to answer these point hell. Yeah with regards to mirrow helio with regards to miro everything that's been going on with him as of late. This is how miro should've always been whatever shadow of doubt this. How mural should've always been Let's see keep rocking roll in here. How many more matches we got here. Aren't you doing pretty good. We ain't got that many more matches To cover here staying darby allin defeating scorpio sky and eat them page tag match twelve minutes thirty seconds. How was the sixty two year old staying on a look in this match up with staying gonna. Maybe go into this match with without his shirt. We're gonna we're gonna see his chest where we're gonna see his arms. What was going to go on here. and as i was jokingly telling folks staying taken that shirt off for nothing you gotta give him ten grand and you gotta give him some hot pockets. That's the only way he's going to be taken. That shirt off. Well staying got his hot pockets and he got his ten grand 'cause he did take that shirt off and we got to see y'all trademark traditional staying young know because i don't know about you guys saying staying wrestling alone sleeve shirt t shirt i come on man. Get up off of that already. That was about you all but that pretty much was me. It's like dude sixty two years old. You're you know you may not have the body like he used to. But that's got a good bill on there. Go ahead and show that bad boy off. Come on already and look. I was really concerned about staying. I gotta tell you die hard. Staying fan die hard. Stink fan My amigo Don tony hit it. he'll tell you he'll. He'll vouch for me. I'm a big sting fan. And for me i just i i looked at this first of all i continue to have trepidation for staying doing anything. That's physical i. Continue to have trepidation. Because i just think about what happened in. Wwe so that's where my mindset is my mindset continues to be on good. I don't need to continue to see staying in new matches really good. I'm good brother. I'm good but we keep getting them and it's like oh okay and it's just for me. I'm biting my nails. Just please be okay. please be okay. One thing that i thought was pretty interesting. There was a interview that staying head right before double or nothing and he talked about how even though the cinematic match happened in february he still is feeling the effects of that power bomb. He took 'em. When i heard that i just couldn't help would go wait. Wait a minute. you're still feeling the effects of that power. Bob are are you serious. In his his exact quote. I'm still feeling. The effects of the powerbombed took from brian cage. There are a few kinks. I still have from that one while power bomb from three months ago still hurts to this very day. You gotta forgive me. If i if i definitely went into this match saying god. I hope this guy is going to be okay seriously Come on man is my idol. My childhood idol. One seen anything bad happened to the singer here but he pulled it off. He pulled it off And you know nothing also in that interview. He did say that the way he goes about training you know as much different particularly. He's gotta make sure that he does aunt or train and he looked really good. Young couple of people were asking. That wasn't able to watch pay per view tonight. They were asking how is thing. How does he look and you know we had a couple of jokes but you know when we really just we'll look for real for real. The way i kind of felt in watching staying maybe you call it selfishly. But the way i looked at staying tonight it was a you. Know how y- have your parents do something in econo say to your parents. You know dad. You know ma. You really shouldn't be doing that. That's probably not a good idea. And that's kind of the vibe. I had the few others had in watching sting tonight but he rose to the occasion. This was not a case where staying was just all he. He's just gonna come in and grand total he's going to do about three minutes of some no staying got in a nice amount of equal time just as darby allin. I thought the way the match was initially gonna play out. I thought maybe darby allin was going to go in here and it was gonna be pretty much an ass kicking contest with him mostly getting his ass kicked and pretty much. You know maybe halfway through to match. Maybe that's when staying finally gets the hot tag. I thought maybe that's how the match was going to be built up and you got. Jr golf ford tagged him. The man wants to get in. He wants to get in tag them. Reach out there. He's just waiting the icons wait. You know and i'm just waiting to hear tony. Shabani words. stirring. I'm waiting for him to say that as the singer gets the hot tag and all but no like about probably it felt maybe five minutes into the match darby tag stinging crou- popped on you know all that good stuff and everything and i mean they were they were there in the palm stings hands and and i mean he just source you when he took his shirt off stings barely doing some stuff and he was getting You still got a chance and all that good stuff. I think he got. That chant may be twice During the tag team match tonight. So i thought maybe how to match was going to play out but it it didn't play out Like that staying after you got that tag Was definitely in their offense for quite a bit had to eventually tag back in darby darby going at it in an equal amount of time all said and done equal amount of time More than i had anticipated. I mean staying really went out. There are no bullshit saying this staying really went out there tonight. And try to give the fans their money's worth. He really tried to go out there and give them a entertaining match. You saw you felt that the man cared sixty two years of age. Nobody would have blamed him whatsoever to just basically going there. You know just as phone and the greatest hits the l. role the fuck out. Nobody would have blamed him for doing it. Okay hey whatever you gotta do to make the ends meet. Keep the bills pay. It's all good brother. Know he went out there. And you know i think that is a testament. I think the way fans really be looking at this. They should really look at this as a testament to how he has been enjoying his run so far in. Aws because we sadly did not get a chance to really experience all of this in wwe universe and was not even touch that frick subject because just poor utilization all around whether it's in the rain outside the rangers poor utilization round of the stinger and you know You know honestly it's interesting too because who knows maybe maybe we can get him on the show. I mean we've we've done some pretty big name interviews before Over the years being a one lingering. Burning question that i have in my mind right now is okay staying you. You know you say you were holding now for that undertaker match for even entertaining the idea of getting fusion surgery and all that now. Obviously when the match didn't happen you know you're pretty much. Okay good. I just can't help but wonder if he truly felt that okay. You know what. I'm just gonna retire under the wwe umbrella. I'm just wondering if he was really that content on not doing anything for wwe or if he did that as a way to protect himself physically because he didn't like what he was putting out there all his effort but getting back so little. You feel what i'm saying. It really wasn't that fully reciprocal for him at his in. I just can't really help but wonder you understand. Hopefully you're of thinking the same way as i am. I think that's actually a pretty good question To bring up or if it was a case. Because even when even when i had some words with him at awesome kong a couple of years back in we did his qna Audio available on demand downloads and also on the youtube channel. You know he. He seemed pretty adamant about you know. Hey look you know. i'm done wrestling. But if undertaker's china do something there you know. He really seemed as though he was trying to hang on for that one match and then brought off into the sunset but now it just would what you're seeing of him now it just feels like he has reverberated Spirit audat that. Let me know what you what you guys think. If you've been kind of having those same takeaways and all that good tag match good good tag match. Great epic match During staying darby allin so staying keeping track to ano to anno- and awa right now to enough kenny omega defeating orange cassidy impact three way awa world championship match. Twenty seven minutes way too long way too long. My pretty big good match good match. Don't get me wrong gray match way too long. We we should have trimmed the hell out of that honestly should have been trimmed to about maybe nineteen twenty minutes and i think we would have been good. You know by this point of the show. We are definitely getting restless as fans all through social media definitely getting a little bit russell like damn. This is pretty good. No ships good. It's popping his banging getting a little tired. Oh hey by the way New folks joining us right now. We got a poll up on twitter and on youtube twitter at the rc. Wer show Youtube youtube dot com forward slash w. Show click on the communities tab and cashier volt for those of you to actually had saw the double or nothing pay per view tonight. Sound all let us know what you had thought about the pay per view and While you're at it and you know you still tuned in live. You haven't commented about what you thought of the pay per view definitely sound off. We definitely been showing love to everybody. That's been leaving comments so far about their Dislikes about the pay per view and everything But yet a really should have trimmed that triple threat match that that just i mean at this point. Everybody's kind of getting a little bit restless gone okay. We kind of need this to wrap up already. And then it's all man and we still got the stadium stampede or like okay so we would appear to stadium. Stampede is what's gonna close this out possibly okay. Yeah we'd kinda need to wrap this up like let's go but a good match but it was definitely a good triple threat match and everything. I don't really think anybody was surprised. Whatsoever by the fact that Kenny omega retain they w championship. I don't think anybody is is really surprised by that It would have been nice. It would have been. That would have been an interesting little. Shocker in everything but now you know it didn't go down the you guys got it. Forgive me because at As good of a match as it was in. I definitely had enjoyed orange cassidy of more than ever before in this match up. I tell you what i looked. I felt that maybe just maybe cassidy was gonna come out of here. I felt maybe the ending not really not really good I felt Not not really that. Climactic of a finnish I wish it could have went down another way. as far as the finish to the match everything What it was it was worth it was. It was a good match. I will say that was good match. Little disappointed. I actually brought this point up little disappointed that we didn't get moose of impact wrestling just to kind of help. You guys be a little bit connected case. You don't know what's been going on and everything. We got moose. That's the number one contender that's supposed to be facing moose for that impact title you know moose on social media. We talked about this one show earlier in the week moves putting all this stuff out there. I might show up on awa program. And and i might go. Get me some kenny omega. And all this okay. So now we got fans at pretty much they look you put that thought in their head that they can expect to see you on awa program and it doesn't happen you know when it's all said and done I it just really leaves that a bitter taste in your mouth but what up and talking about these past couple of weeks of this whole impact a relationship in everything in you like what the hell right. What the hell impact wrestling he gives gives gives gives to a w. and when it's time for them to receive they. They aren't getting that that same energy that they put now back in slyke. Yeah so good match though good good match between the three men column each other pretty well. Tony's your body is in the ring. After the match he talks about how a new show rampage is going to be coming soon to tnt and he talks about how there is a special analysts that's been signed for that show that's been signed for rampage. He's also a e w coach he introduces the one. The only this part we saved for you guys but it's going to change The titles gonna change after we off the air mark henry mark. Henry is all elite. I wish i was trolling. You guys but that is not the case in if you're keeping track at home. Randy orton has struck yet again. I mean you can't make this shiv up at me. He think powder you pick a body. It's hilarious as fuck so you think about when randy orton was talking all that hot trashing just some of the legends. That he's taken out in everything you're going What the fuck you're going. Yup yup randy orton. Pretty much took our big show. Yup yup eight getty took out christian. Oh yeah yep yep and then who can remember. Let's not forget. Wasn't that long ago. It was not that law go. What if the last appearances we saw of mark henry mar kan. Was given dads to people. When he was in his little brown blazer jacket no tie you know button up little collar and he was just getting around on this little scooter while his leg was propped up on resting and everything. And he's just i can go. Go go in my hover row. Well fuck us pushing and you got ready ord right there. That's just talking mad mattress to the world's strongest man and poor mark. Henry wasn't able to do a goddamn thing and storyline. We're remember not. We had randy orton all throughout the night all throughout the night poking poking fun at all these legends. Remember when it counted the most and you thought that all of these legends. We're going to gang up and they were gonna beat but levin randy orton. It didn't happen. It didn't happen whatsoever. And i remember doing that. Plo show after all. And i remember really breaking down in home because i think they had all came out for for for particular segment what they couldn't come out. Where randy orton was doing. Something remember remember so now. We got mark henry in a e. W i gotta tell you. This was a surprising move. I i saw. And i was interacting with most folks and Just collectively we all were pretty stunned by this relate. How why. I got a home in all martha martha set. I hate mark. henry. I gotta find out why i martha net. You got my attention now. You've got everybody else's tension. Now we got to put you on the spot and now we gotta find out why you hate mark henry so you gotta tell us in detail and i say you got to write an essay you write as long as you want to write types which now you gotta tell us why you hate mar henry so much so. I'll buy you some time while we talk about this a little bit more but like the main question that we had collectively was how why we were just pretty surprised Bide his move. Of course mark. Henry had been making noise in recent months saying. Hey i'm losing all this way you're going to be seeing me in the ring again. Definitely you know for sure. And i just remember when he was saying that see. That's why that's why. I couldn't be one to interview some of these guys because when i'm seeing mark henry put the south. They're the one burning question i had was. Okay i hear you saying you're gonna be wrestling but is it gonna be. Wwe that was my question. And each time. I saw him do an interview after he put that out there. No body brought that up. Nobody to my knowledge brought that up. And i just couldn't help it. Something's up. I felt back then. Something was up. And you know what i gotta beat myself up a little bit. I should have been more vocal about it to you guys and really hammered at thought in the back of you. All's mind but Wow long term. Deal with wwe. I mean that guy was with a wwe. Jesus why are we doing strongman competition and all that stuff but it kind of feels like ninety six. Maybe ninety seven is when he signed that long-term mega year deal we. Wwe and everything. That's a long time this longtime to be with the company a long time to be with the company. I'm just so curious what happened. What didn't happen. I'm very very curious. Because the last thing i remember about mark henry as far as is relationship with wwe he was supposed to be an ambassador for wwe and he was somewhat of a talent recruiter for wwe. Somebody correct me if i'm wrong My mind is a little fuzzy right now and you know it's almost two in the morning so yeah but somebody correct me. If i'm wrong isn't mark henry somewhat responsible for putting guys like braun strowman on the wwe radar. I coulda sworn something about braun. Strowman that you know mark henry some years back it was him. That was kind of like e- essentially you know we're responsible for For for pointing. Wwe in in that direction. It's like a couple of other guys The counter escaping me right now sadly but yeah you know he was supposed to be an ambassador and all this other stuff just got his hall of fame. Ring two thousand eighteen remember that teary eyed not making fun of him but he was teary eyed. Who should be here be here. Remember that so that is Yeah his last appearance was the first. Wwe raw of twenty twenty one remember. That was the the raw. It was either arowar union or a raw legends episode. I know my mind is pretty fuzzy. But that that's the best i can do for you guys saw. I don't know what's going on there. I don't know what's going on there. But i i tell you what it gets more interesting. We're going to be hearing a lot more of mark henry this coming friday on. Aew dynamite because remember dynamite is going to be airing yet again or friday so make sure you home for that great acquisition though when it's all said and done that's a great acquisition for a w and i'd like how some people jumped out there a. w. starting to become tna light because of all of these as they like to double sloppy seconds and all that look at the end of the day. These guys are independent contractors when their contracts are essentially up for some of these promotions that are working for exclusively and all that they can pretty much go wherever they want to go you dig. They can pretty much do whatever they wanna do. stadium stampede match inner circle pinnacle thirty one minutes thirty seconds away so much for this. Be an hour show. But i i don't mind it because we pretty much We have a. We had a nice little back and forth that That we had going on here. You know between myself and you guys not. I'm i'm kinda glad that you know where to keep rocking and rolling here because he would sucked to just try to cram so much all that but thirty one minutes thirty so in case people weren't able to figure this out a lot of what you had saw tonight with this stadium stampede match was pretaped mixed in with life and you could just easily tell ya especially if you know a thing or two about video editing film editing and all that egypt. No when you're looking at pre-tape of especially the main did give away. Is the multiple camera angles. That's going on and everything In just a smooth transitions dawn. And all that the smooth video transitions so a lot of it was was pre taped It really didn't start becoming live until pretty much. The last maybe ten minutes skies maybe ten minutes over the matches is when okay now. It's live in alright. They're beaten people all around the arena here and all that It was funny. It was funny seeing how the guys were pretty much all fighting in in in different atmospheres or whatever like jack swagger and was award low. If i remember correctly those guys repeated much fighting in a meat locker they were making me hungry as hell. It was like okay. They they got ribs. I mean he glued on frigging rack. Saw ribs you know you see chicken legs and all kinds of shit back there. You like okay. That's what's up. That's that's good. Ian there and so. They're pretty much fight in a meat locker. Whatever M j f is fighting jericho around of fricken limo mini eventually. Take it back stage to i think. The jaguars locker room where they run into the coach for the jags and One of his assistant coaches basically Those those nice little brawl and that was going on there for me will really had me tickled was same. Ammann's santino ortiz. And it seemed like they were at a gay club. Because you know you hear a little you hear the little. And saudi said disco music playing and everything I'm saying to myself Tony not that kind of disco though brother at all lump picturing. I don't ask me why. But the only thing i could picture at this moment when i'm seeing santana or ts in this club atmosphere is big vito sopranos. And those of you. That i'm a big sopranos fan but For you soprano fans out there. Shout out to you. remember the scene. Where big. Vito was in the club. And he's got the little you know he's got the he's got a little letter vests with the spikes. He's got the letter hat on. He's got that raw helfer. Judas priest little leather hat on. he's just dancing and everything he's got that guy you know. He's having himself with nice. Good time he gets made. He gets made by one of his One of his acquaintances. Or whatever. All i couldn't do to slow just like what's what's going on here like what i was thinking about that scene and i was thinking about al pacino in one of my favorite. Probably one of the most underrated darkest movies. I've seen him in. It was very very underground. cruising look that up. I won't go long winded into it right now but will look that up. If you are looking for a psychological serial killer thriller type of joint looked at up some time. You'll thank me later. You'll thank me later I had all that going on with watching. Santino ortiz like okay. Let's see what's going on with them. And then the nice cameo from conan conan fuck in got the dj off the frigging turntable and he start playing fucking rap. I was like oh. I was like now. We got us a real party. Okay koo koo koo And they were fighting. f- tr. And all that by the way by the way. I like how santino. Nrt's i'm a stickler for detail. Sorry guys but i like how. Santino in our tease. They don't have neck braces on. And the only reason why i'm bringing that up or or the fact that there are at least rubbing their next on at remember it was less than thirty something hours ago or forty eight hours ago. Basically that these guys have got both put through wooden tables body tr and it was in the form of Powell drivers remember that. Fucking powell drivers so these guys just show up just fucking no cell in the how oddities powell drivers. I'm going who does that. Who friggin does the outer. No which was more worse that spot or the fact that jon moxley no sold the hell out of the buck superkick. How about that. Remember that one guys' remember that spot can let's not forget about that spot moxley frickin. They super kicked him and they went for the cover and moxley kicked out after one. I mean he was having like a fucking hawker mania. Moment right there dude seriously. So i just. I laughed my ass off at allowed to know spots. I thought the brawling and odd ad was was. Okay i felt that there was too much. I felt there was too much camera. Cutting y- y'all know what i mean like What's that movie. That won all those awards. That queen movie was a call. Bohemian rhapsody with With do for mister robot when you look at how that movie in that one category for film editing. And you wait a minute. It won an award for film editing for you look at how it was edited. You know you got a person that's talking and then you know all of a sudden like three seconds in profile right three seconds in profile left profile and three seconds overhead three seconds and for me. I didn't really like the camera cutting that they were doing all the fighting. That was going on and everything Sammy guevara fighting shawn spears. I like how that that one definitely Told you guys okay pre-tape because sammy guevara is looking for her shawn spears and he here's some type of metal clanging and he finds shawn spears in. This room is pitch. Black of is big bright spotlight. Just luminaries him as he's sitting on a chair and he's got a steel chair in his hands as he's just ramming it down on the ground and all of a sudden these guys. Just go after each other in this epic chair battle. Yeah i felt. I was watching dragon. Ball z type of shit. I mean it was cool. But i felt like i was wanted to type with dragon. Ball z shit. That was going on between these two guys so it was very creative very creative energy creative of what they had going on here. I mean should even right down to how the inner circle had made their grand entrance into the stadium stampede. They pretty much wore on little. Zip liners Coming from the fucking titan tron of the jaguars stadium there. They pretty much. We're doing the sting joint. You're like oh this is. This is pretty cool in. Meanwhile you got 'em gif that's just standing right there watching these guys all come down. You know if that would have been me. I would have been trying to figure out a way to cut the fucking strings offals. Oh i probably shouldn't say that right yet. That's probably a little. Yeah yeah muscle. But you know you're going to stand near the entire time and you're just gonna watch those guys you feel where i'm coming from. No you're you're going to fricken okay. I got five guys. And it's just me. I just got done talking this hot. Ask promo in. Put down the inner circle and meanwhile guy five guys. I'm just gonna stand there. You know the entire time watching them just casually come on down disconnect themselves come out to their music and all that they got this epic pose as all you know four or five of them is just you know walking niches proceeding like bomb as soon as i see them. I'm hauling ass popping. Ned limo hauling as. They had to come fi me. I'm plan heightened siegel naess A little bit of silliness. There's definitely some silliness Here and there but overall good stadium. Stampede goose stadium stampede Trying to figure out where others other stuff in there that was kinda that was kind of hilarious Nothing is really coming to none of those. Really coming into my mind I love the fact that they gave the nod to sammy guerrara You know they pretty much in those final minutes. They had sammy and Spears beat two guys to ultimately find their way into the ring and they're just preceding the you know beat the hell out of each other and everything good finish to that one good finish as inner circle comes out on top. I was a little bit surprise that the way the match was booked. It pretty much was on the shoulders of sammy In order to solidify the inner circles victory and continuing to go on and Beady inner circle and everything Sammy is is the one guy you know what i think is kind of fitting when you really kinda stop and think about it because if you follow the story line if you follow the story line you could almost make the argument that of all the people that truly believes inner circle as far as individuals that through through you'll never wavered. You know any bullshit that was going on you know you can make the argument that sammy always you know he was. He was the one guy that was very consistent In regards to group and all that you almost kinda make the argument for the footy other guys to to to a certain degree but sammy has has definitely been. you know. he's kinda like All say the heartbeat. But i definitely would say a the oxygen for the group jerk the heartbeat. But sammy. sammy is the oxygen. You feel. i'm coming from so sure. Sure inner circle and we did see for that little brief period of time inner circle was able to operate fine without samovar. But you could tell that there was something kinda missing there in his absence so you know it turns out the group pretty good so it was actually nice that they had sammy. They gave him this. Nice cool you know nice little special moment in everything and going into the future you you can't help but say to yourself Looking at that nice that they did for sammy and he definitely has a really big bright career ahead of him and everything i mean. He's still just beginning to scratch service of his young career but remember we were talking about earlier as far as tnt Future challengers and all that he's definitely one Tag team division for sure All that good stuff all the stuff whole inner circle they come out they celebrate fancier singing along to their music all that good stuff nice. Good feel moment as a pair of eagles off the year. One thing the one thing though. I'm happy that we had this real cool moment with inner circle and everything but now going forward with regards to a w this needs to officially seal the deal for at least six maybe seven months. I don't wanna hear no more about inner circle are at odds with each other. Are they going to break up. Inner circle is having a therapy meeting. They're trying to hammer out their differences as they don't see eye to eye. They haven't seen aieda on many things as of late. Inner circle ultimatum. Like we need to be done with all of that. You know inner circle if if they lose their no more okay. We've pretty much thought of like every single angle here with regards to is going to happen. Is it not is it is not is not is okay now. We need to be done with this. We need to be done with this. This okay if they continue to feud with the pinnacle. But we need to be done with this whole teasing of a break-up and all of that other stuff we need to be done with it needs to be done with it. Pretty good pair view Overall pretty good. Pay per view Overall so not enough kind of really gone through the whole process and everything. I definitely would say overall pay per view scale of one to ten. I'm still at eight. I cannot go any higher. I definitely i'm not gonna go any lower So a b minus overall definitely be minus sound limited. What you guys have thought about the pay per view. I'm looking in the community sexual youtube right now looking at the latest polling results. We gotta tie right now. We got a right now. So fourteen percent of you said dude. The length of the pay per view. Good god i tuned out fourteen percent of you with that option and right now we got a tie at forty three percent for thumbs up and thumbs down. Meanwhile looking at twitter. Let me refresh the twitter poll here. And this is at the rc. Wer show twitter. Poll i am showing fifteen point. Eight percent of you said dude. The length off meanwhile eighty four point. Two percent of you said that the pay per view thumbs up and your book. So i think we're definitely on the same Brain wavelength On this bad boy without a shadow of doubt by the way not only to myself Shout out to all of my colleagues out there In the podcasting world dat is still doing a podcast as we speak covering a w dynamite fallout. I know there's a decent amount of you guys that's that's still doing it Or planned on doing it. I'll i gotta tell you guys real quick. I'll lot podcasters checking out some of the feeds and all that was talking to some folks in my My inner circle and all that and there was a lot of people that you know. Originally they want to do a pay per view recap the later that it kept going later that it kept going. They just said okay. You know what. Fuck this fucked. Got to go. Rutta got work. But i got to go so i totally. I totally respect. It's kind of like what i was saying. Discord earlier. I said i say mash shot out to those that you know got work in the morning or school and you know. They're checking out as long as pay per view but then they go ahead and they tune in and check out a poll show to see the hostess reactions give their feedback and everything Matt respect math fucking respect but Yeah yeah i gotta tell you going forward. If i could give one piece of advice to a w i know they wanna try to have these pay per views especially because you know they pretty much do like what really one a quarter to a certain degree because they don't believe in that whole monthly pay per view model. They don't believe in that. But if i were to give just one big piece of advice to a w it would be this. Less is okay. I appreciate you wanting to give fans their money's worth when it comes to these pay per view events which you don't need to do a three four hour plus event you know fans are honestly gonna be okay with a Fancier honestly gonna be okay with a two hour to our thirty minute card hell even if maybe once in a blue moon. You pushed three hours you know i. I think that's okay but you know your average fan is is going to want to try to. Bnl under three hours. Three hours tops. So try to try to tighten up on time length Right down to the point. I can honestly just start pulling a new japan. Start pulling the wwe and joss okay. Let's just make it a two day. Event was split. This car will do these matches that make you really stop and think about it for that whole length of of just and i can't help with think about the people that were in attendance watching that pay per view event. I really can't help but think about that. Because all those people that had to sit there for that whole at the time and add on top of that when they're day began right anybody that has been to a wrestling event. You know especially if you're driving. Yeah you definitely got put yourself in a good position where okay we got to give ourselves. At least you know to our heads star. Maybe a three hour he starts. We can get an idea where everything is parking while hit the Hit the booth so we can get some good merge are go see what food that guy you know all that good stuff so i i mean i would imagine that for those people in attendance saw. I would imagine just the day of the paper you alone. i would imagine. That was probably almost eight hour. Join for them so they probably almost felt like they were. They were on their job and then they've got that commute going back home. That's the other thing they got that you going back home. So now you gotta think about public transportation it for those that you know or lift uber. you got a whole lot that you got to be thinking about so i just hope that Going forward eighty w tries to be a little bit more mindful a little bit more conscious of Things like that and then even right down to the point. Look you know a li start doing your intermissions. Yo at least are doing some intermissions. Start introducing musical guests. Shit you know. I think that Tell me this. Tell me just before we roll out. How cool would that have been. If you know at one point during the show you got yourself a nice little intermission and you know maybe you got you know. I mean. They got that good. Tnt money right that good tnt money you telling me you can't pay redman method man come on out and do a set real quick or you fill in the blank over your favorite artists. Are you know what i'm saying. That would definitely compliment. The you know complement the vibe. The pay per view vibe all that good shit. The crowd all of that. You got to think about little stuff like that. I i think you definitely need. If you're gonna continue on this course and to say nah fuck it. We're just gonna be one whole show and we're going to go this length or whatever okay world lease thing you can do is heavy be the same length but put a international show in there that pretty much gives people the opportunity to go take their piss breaks to go. You know. Reload on food Some people have kids right. So some of those kids day in obviously. Not everybody's bladder is going to. It's not synchronized right. We we get that. But you guys you guys definitely you know. Look we see how it is in basketball. We'll see how it is in football. We see how it is in hockey. We got these little halftime joint intermissions. We can do what we need to do. 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Beto Announces, LaCroix Death Spiral? 3.15.19

The Daily Zeitgeist

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Beto Announces, LaCroix Death Spiral? 3.15.19

"Zay gang. Yes. It is I- miles cozy dailies like guys I have a request on behalf of Jackie. And you may have heard us read these ads, which we typically like to do because these companies help us keep the show free. So you know, the way we keep this thing. Copacetic is we also allow people to know who are audiences. So what we are asking people go to the daily zeitgeist dot com and click on listener survey and take a quick survey. Just so we can let people know this our audience. This is gang is this who's rocking with us. So we know we can put the right ads on our show because I definitely don't want to be reading some stuff for crystal deodorant. Also, we are not going to sell your information from the survey rest assured, you know, how the show rocks were all about maintaining people's privacy. But we're also trying to make sure that we can keep the lights on here. So if you can do a solid just please go to the dailies like ice dot com and click on the listener survey, you will help us. Get a step closer to total podcast, add domination. And who knows what the next step is. But we want y'all to come with us now help us out. Thank you, fellow the. Internet and welcome to seasons. Seventy-three episode five dailies, I guys podcast where we take these dive into America share consciousness. It's Friday March fifteen two thousand nineteen Jack O'Brien AK, Jack O'Brien was a bullfrog wasn't friend of miles. I'm never understood a single word. He said, but I listened to him share is hot takes. Oh. And he always had some mighty hot takes right that AK courtesy of Rahman king. And I'm thrilled to be joined as always by my co host, Mr. miles. Buddy. All about Joe's. If y'all remember I have a love for the la- buddies. I know Patrick Gorman did at Patrick sixty. Because you have you was that one. I remember that track off the Space Jam soundtrack have to be that are alone. But I think was an art Kelly. If you don't know it was the one that had I think it's Chris rock Zing in it at the beginning anyway. But yet that's from the little Space Jam Senator. That's a deep cuts. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're thrilled to be joined in our third seat by the very funny, comedian writer, actor and second time. Yes. Mister, Ellsberg guys. Thank you for having me back. Good to have you back. Then we are having a severe Mandela theory moment, or whatever that the Mandela affect moment where both producer on a hose neon. I could swear the deal has been here before and he li- cysts. He is not I don't know why he's lying about it. But he also got it completely cleared from archive. So you know, when you Google it also says he hasn't been on the show. So I don't know iheartmedia conspiracy. I don't know what the point of this conspiracy is but. Wondering that was like the second. I was like, I know you Liz not been here. All also back for the first time. That's ludicrous. Second album of. I had a southern hospitality on it. Ho doesn't as very well. Now fat rabbit. What's your fantasy remix fat rabbit is that about Lola bunny? Can you touch you feel you graduate? Oh, I like that. What's your fantasy was the last one you listed, by the way? Yeah. That's that's the most famous. Yeah. I love this. Love all the fat rabbit is a timbale in one which actually I believe was on the Timbaland album. Anyway, doesn't matter. Glad you cut it off because I was which one shock value. I can get into this. The second Timothy Magoo album. I feel like a good day. Okay. Ooh. Love to love to love area. All right. All right. Well, yeah. Now, see you later. I'm familiar. I'm just moving. He's supposed to sing along miles. I could I could listen to you sing all day. Thank you. So, but that's not what this podcast is, unfortunately. And I thank you. Thank you. All right. We're going to get to know you little bit better. But first we're gonna tell our listeners a few of the things we're talking about. We're just going to check in real quick with Brian Kilmeade from FOX and friends on pi day yesterday. We're gonna do a quick college. Emissions. Check in to see how that scandal is playing out going to check him with Washington, others, another book out that gives you the tea on the internal workings of the Trump administration. We're gonna talk about Beddoes bizarre announcement. I dunno how bizarre it is. I guess it's just his hand gestures. I'll I'll how how does. By rights, and we're gonna talk about LaCroix and some supreme trolling happening on in the world of politics. But I would is something from your searches three. That's revealing about who you are actually was thinking about that in. My most recent one was actually Chuck twos. Chuck to. Yeah. Here's all say that because they stopped making them did the. Yeah, I didn't I didn't know this converse stopped making basically every time. They try to do something beyond the original converse, which I love but my feet and back down. Right. I check to his incredible like walking on mattresses, and because they have like an insole on them. And so I've been excessively searching for the last two weeks to try and find another pair of Chuck twos. And these are basically they look like regular Chuck's. But they have like the bigger rubber sole. Yes. Yeah. They have like a like like they have like Nike made a lunar. I think it's called the lunar Lon insole is so. So comfortable. I was like, wow. This is exactly what I needed. I mean. I could go by an insult and put it in a regular Chuck, right? Right. Right. Right. I'd rather not this incredible Nike owns convert her, and they don't know what it just sold out right now. You know, it's done. They just finished a year ago. And I I learned that too late. So now, I have I'm like trying to go on a deep dive of so I'm just googling like Chuck twos or Chuck twos. Resale like anything can find. It's been the used shoe market is probably a little. You gotta go L. Yeah. Yeah. Not for me. I have I have to take a position on it not for. I mean, if style would sponsor us they want to sponsor all the other shows except ours. I would say to go to stock. Yeah. Bleep that out saying where do you wearing I'm wearing AmEx ninety seven ultras HA HIL's. Speaking of walking on mattresses. Yes, they're supposed to be very clear. Not as not as soft as like anything with zoom air, I've found LeBron. I just bought my first pair LeBron's very comfortable. Relied actually gave me to exercise way up. You turn the monitor to me where you're trying to show me something there on stock six. Oh, and they're not expensive. All my guy. A big hype shoe getting very bleep guys. We can't we gotta stop mentioning says, you know, what? Because this'll be for salespeople to say, hey, we're on your team. And guess what? I know you missed the boat. I time. Hey, but we're we're selling tickets to Titanic to get your tickets, right? That's a good way to sell it. Interview. Yeah. That's right. We're coming for you iceberg. What is something? You think is underrated. Underrated a doing things alum doing things I'll go on to the movies alone grabbing a bite to eat alone. I think that people whenever I talk to people about that even in LA, which is like a place where you kinda have to go from yearly jumping around a lot. And you're really busy. Yeah. I think not enough people just do it to do it usually it's because they're like in a rush or something. But right. I dunno. I love going new movie alone. Because then I don't have to worry about like if I love the movie, I don't have to worry about someone taking that away from me if they didn't like it. Why do you hang out with people right after you just sort of litigate? What the film just was. Well, it it doesn't always happen. But I remember once I went, so I moved I really liked an with a friend. And he hated it. And we just like I was like, oh, this is weird. 'cause I can't talk about the things I really like about it. And even I mean, it was a totally civil conversation or sure, but I actually don't even want to even have you'd rather fan out with somebody. Right. Right. And sometimes I'll just drive home is enough to be like, this was great. Yeah. I also I don't like talking about a movie right after I've seen slick sometimes too fresh. Really? Yeah. What do you mean like referring on? I have to develop a take properly. I also just like you. I get in my head about like what the other person. Like if I go to a movie with somebody. I'm also experiencing through there is like worried about what they're thinking. Oh, and and if they shoot something down right away, if they're like if you love the movie so much while the here's this one problem with it. Right. And then that could actually get in your head. And you're like, maybe this wasn't as good as I thought under so aggressively about my own point of view of someone disagrees. All right, fine. I'm here. It's even that's the thing. Like like where I'm like. Hi have to like, really plant. It's not even like that. I mean, I if someone disagrees I don't then go. Well, what do I does it? What does that mean that I disagree with that? I'm sorta especially after movie because a lot of times, I'll go to movie, and there's a moment where I look at the other who I go I go you'll that was bad. Right goes. Yeah. That was up. Terrible moving. Okay, good. You're the guy miles. I'm just guy ruined it for. Well. I think there's like there's a pause where everyone, especially it's only when you see a bad movie where like you go in with expectations and white men. And then you you of want to gauge everybody. Yeah. That's where I'm sort of like am. I the only want to make sure I'm not the only one I'm like, okay? You know, what a weird place to experience that is if you ever go to like a film festival and like an early premiere of a movie, right? It is there's like an energy good energy. Yeah. But when you walk out that happened, I saw widows like a month and a half an advance. And I was like we was so good. And then he started talking to people later on. And as I was. Thinking about the movie, I was like I still did like it. But when I walked out, I was like juice. You know, what I guess it's fucking great. Sorry. I don't know if I can curse as occurs louder. I was like this is fuck. Yeah. Yeah. No. I totally. Yeah. I I agree that getting to see a movie before its actual premier date like gives it a forty percent bump in people's mind. Yeah. Yeah. And if it's something that I'm a specially hype for right that happened when I went and saw the new Halloween. I was like I also went to an early screening of that just dropping brags. Because I got one for you in a second. Oh, I cannot wait. I loved it. And even though, but there was a scene. I remember there's a part of the movie that there's a small it's not even a twist. But like this thing that happens in the middle of the movie, and I'm like, oh this almost derailed the whole movie for me. But everybody around you is in such a good mood. I think I went a little easier. And as I walked out ask somebody else about it. And then someone else and someone else in all three of them were like, I didn't think that was a big deal. I'm like, well, that's why I come by myself if I can. But there is something to like seeing it before too. Because you also kind of feel like I'm getting up on people. I'm gonna watch it. I thought fucking matrix revolutions was good. Warner brothers. My mom was like you wanna go. And it was it was during that was such. No, I just graduated. Anyway, I went wait is that the third you had the. The NFL was like, yeah. That was sick. Then it came out. And then I went to go see it again with people, and I was like this movie's fucking track. I saw it. I worked at best buy when that came out, and they had like a company thing where they bought the employs in a day and a half early as well. Nice which you probably saw earlier than that Yemen was a film critic. He has always like, I was bragging like two months. You guys aren't gonna believe we saw it on a full house two days before everyone's cheering when the movie started. And it just got more silent. At when we left I was with two other friends who are driving home. And I was just like, I don't what did we just watch. Yeah. Genuinely were trying to figure out certain parts of it. And my roommate now so weird us about the something. I roommate has been rewatching the trilogy more than once like he's like I actually wanted to figure it out with no one assisting me and figure it out. He doesn't wanna go. Yeah. Film. Exactly. Most of this doesn't I don't I don't know what he's I who's the mayor of engine, really. He's like this doesn't make sense at how much of it is a joy in terms of the movies themselves. I there's just something there for him where he's like if I can crack this. I'm like, it's not gonna make the movie any better that we just did our live show about the year nineteen ninety nine and focused on the movie the matrix. I mean, the first wire in this you do you guys still think it holds up? Yeah. I do. Yeah. For sure I've when the second one came I was really on my conspiracy. Because I was like, yeah. But for real like who were the mayor Vinci like right, right? And then I was like looking up the mayor of engines like being like, this dynasty, or whatever it, right? Yeah. There's nothing in there. Yeah. If you want us, I mean, I'm sure there is someone's going to have. Do you wanna see a great example of that look up YouTube videos of like a fans waiting to see the Phantom Menace and they're so excited? Oh, yeah. Yeah. And then they come out and like part of their brand has accepted. The fact that it sucked. But like they haven't their conscious mind has. Yes. It's great. It was worth every penny. It was worth the wait. But like you can tell like part of them has died a little love if there was like a cut of someone being like, I can't believe I camped out for two weeks for this shit. That's just like they caught one person. That's what there is. That's what they're unconscious mind is screaming. Her mouth is saying. Yeah, I did it because they have to like believe it's like people who are still supporting Trump or they acting like seeing a grandparent naked for the first time we do out. Yeah. No. I y do you hot just like, no? Like, I love that. You're like you had to backtrack. You're like it's hot not hot hot hot hot hot. Yeah. Right. Lynn hot hot hot, just the human body the human form what what's the big deal. Anyways, vinca Lamont's theory of theory of aesthetics, right anyway ally. What does something you think is overrated? Binging shows. Binging shows. I never I can't do more than I even if I think something's really good. I can't do more than two at a time. I think that's probably healthy. You can't do it physically. Or you've created a rule for yourself. Oh, no, both like, I I actually did create that role for myself because I tried it. I was like, oh, I need to really try and finish this. When I was getting what was it that I was trying to watch. It was something that was an hour episode each this was a few years ago when when net flicks, I started putting out shows that way, and I think it's like, I don't know it just stops feeling. I if it started feel like work. Yeah. Like, I think binging at a certain point. I think for some people can genuinely level them out. But for me, I think also I was talking to a friend about this. And he made such a great point. He was like, well, you know, especially since movie pass became a thing. Because I go to the movies a lot more than I do watch TV. And I noticed he was like, yeah. We the movie it's two hours. You know, what you're getting when it's over your you want. He's like with a TV show to binge something God forbid you've already missed the first season. That's like twenty episodes. You have to watch. It's like launching thing. And I don't think everybody thinks that way. I know some people were over seven seasons is something. Hello, February life, not thinking about my life. Yeah. Ready to tune out long term. And so I don't know. Yeah. I just whenever I talked to people who've like when I've started something a week late already. I watched Russian doll about a week after it started. Everybody knew had finished it. And I was like how is it in? And they're telling me how good it is. I'm like, I don't think I could think it's good. If I watched it that quickly, even if I loved it. I think the only time that ever I tried doing that. I remember I was in high school in someone loaned me the DVD's of sports night. I hadn't watched it at this point. And I was like other show. So good, right? Right. And and then after the third episode of the golden just keep watching it around the sixth episode. I was like, you know, it was half an hour. I was like fried, right? Yeah. I don't know. I just can't. But I could sit through three hour movie. And maybe because I know it's going to be over. Yeah. And the mechanics of it are different because an arc. Yeah. I think so it can better, and maybe movie sized chunks will. Yeah. I mean, if you it's so funny when people talk about his cocaine history. I'm like, yeah. You can see it on had the Whipple talk. They're like. Yeah. Well, when you know in the nineteen fifties when I put up a little bit. They just keep going. This is cocaine as a script. Yeah. Yeah. Finally, what is a myth with something people? Think is true, you know, to befalls. Ooh, my favorite. I could not wait for this question. If you work hard and be nice, you'll be successful. Also need to come from money as we learned a couple of days ago. Yeah. I mean, no, I just to be clear. I do think you need to work hard and be nice and thing ethics important. But I think most of the time when you hear this stuff or when you the book is published by someone about their like journey to success yet. Usually, there's some privilege attached to it. And I've been really thinking about that lately. And it's been very nice to be like. Yeah, you know, what I am working hard and being nice. But also, you know, you don't if you don't come for money. I don't know it's gonna take a little longer than that should out because Marika loves a pool yourself up by your bootstraps store. Yeah. I can't. I I want that torn down so bad. I want those bootstraps back down. On that petition baby. Oh, yeah. Need that part? Vital. Yeah. It'll ingredients to that recipe. I think the only exception is if you were where you can look out if you're not from means as if you're from LA. Yeah, I'm I'm that. And look I full disclosure. I, you know, a lot of people think are got here just based off merit. I have to be honest with people I'm related to Quincy Jones. That's why I'm where I'm at today. Yes. Okay. Quintas why do them pressure? So well to right. That was a joke that did not lend. But but those are Quincy came to me and was like you gotta get this kid on your. He's like, hey, man. You like Brazilian music. Like, what do you podcast holes? I got some for you, your impressions, and you're singing are fantastic so much. Yeah. Nobody's sure. I mean, especially I mean growing up in LA, it's wild the just going to school the kind of people you meet even if you're in public school private school. There's yeah, there's even if you don't have the money you can live with your parents. That's literally a leg up here right seriously. Yeah. Fan exact Lee the. The entertainment industry is very very nepotism. Oh my God. Yeah. It's almost like why do people even act like they need classes for shit as you'll be like, oh, who do you know, my favorite was Arnold Schwarzenegger's daughter, Catherine wrote a book about like what what to do after college. She's like kidding. Is this did this book cell, and it's like, oh, she interviewed other famous people not a single person that would have had any kind of. I I was obsessed with that for like two days. I was just reading everything could on Amazon that the pages is like, you know, after college just take like a good year and a half out of trade. Chris pratt. Chris Pratt or like, you know, just like fly around the world see stuff like. Yeah. The possibilities. Then come back and figure out a job. Find out who you are eat for three months, pray for three months. Low of two. If you can if you have the Vonk has the memoir like that. I believe as well probably worth checking out. All right, guys. Let's talk about pi day. Oh, I I just need to put out a retraction. Okay. I slandered Dom BB's name yesterday talking about the Buffalo Bills. It was Leon Lett who was holding the football out in Dom BBC swiped shit out Super Bowl. And I don't mean to throw shade on Dombi again to all the Buffalo Bills fans. I'm sorry. I got it wrong miles. This is the fifth done BB related retry issue. What was the other have Leon Lett? I love these names sports. But these names are spectacular. Let anyway, I'm sorry. Just to I just thought I was miss. Remember? I was too. But then, you know, and I don't want to blame Vince. But I was like remember he was like. Yeah. And I was like, okay. That's all I. I news Dombi up in there. But he was a hero and just preventative from being a total. So just so, you know, we will be counting on you. To fact, check us ly without a computer. Right. All right. If you fail to do. So we will bad mouth you on tomorrow's show. How many days are in four score. I knew that answer seven years ago. Yeah. Anyway. All right. It was pie day yesterday, which means three fourteen and Brian Kilmeade was let let's just listen to the clip. Yeah. I get to start off yet. Again, pi the mathematical constant Mara that we use. But a lot of people also take to just talk about the dessert pie. Right. And that's obviously FOX and friends are not interested in math. So they took it in that direction. But yet listen to the open this show. It's pie day that is the reason to be happy. What's your favorite pie? Oh, well, my dad's to read something something in a package. I like the pie in a package Pyatt package. You know, those things to Donald. Yeah. Those two thing those two pies they'd come in a little slot. You know, what I'm talking to get one and gone. Do you know what I'm talking about is in a slot? Frozen pie. That your mom pulls out picture. Would you say? Yeah. The traits cakes. Would you say that's a cake? Yeah. I feel cream. I don't wanna hold by just wanna bite. Right. It's day. I don't wanna hope motherfucker desribed cake also called it a to buy that is crazy to buy one of those two. I don't want wanna hope I wanna bite of a little cake, right? Okay. That wasn't the question. But I like that there is somebody onset who is like paid to be like the Brian Kilmeade whisper. Who's like, okay. This guy's dumb shit. I just need to be thinking on his level at all times. So they're like just what the fuck is causes K. I was just talking about. I love that. He's like all the way in the back like cake, you guys, and he's just he's he's was like fuck. I didn't know what else. Sorry, guys, the amazing thing about that. Is that I don't think Brian Kilmeade ever like came around to the fact that he got that wrong. No that that that's the one. Maybe you guys don't call cakes pies. Yeah. Yeah. Cupcakes you call cupcakes. I I call upside down sliced pieces of cake from pies. Yeah. It's still this thing. Like being proudly dumb is still like cool in the world of conservative conservatives, and like I don't wash my hands. That is Fox News in a nutshell to me like where they're just like. Yeah. I said something dumb. You know, what I'm gonna say something dumber. Yeah. I hope later on. They did discuss the mathematical constant pi do you think at ever they tried to break that down decide you know, what March fourteenth baby time for those pies. Yeah. Probable K fine. Let ever right. But that I mean, I think that's hell all news outlets. Choose to cover pi day, right? They're not they're not just like having somebody recite it or I would love for one of them to be like a pie day. So they're not ski released the film. What the hell rang Kilmeade is about to perform the ending of that with a power drill. Perfect. Perfect ending. Let's talk about the college emission scandal. Because it's just the the longer we get to look at these people's lives, the the better. Yeah. Look there are just endless amounts of stories about the lengths parents and students went to cheat their way into school. Well, there's one specific one. I just wanna call out because the daughter of Gregory Marsh Abbott, you know, got into college because her parents paid for someone to take her SAT scores one hundred twenty five thousand approximately so they live in New York this couple and like they're millionaires. Like the father's like the head of some like beverage, dispensing international, dispensing Corp, or whatever it is. And so new reports comes out trying to get a comment but outcomes some dude like just in a puff jacket smoking a blunt that looks like at roots. Dick, and is got like his name is Malcolm he comes out. And he's like, yeah. I'm there. I'm there, son. And they're like, all right. And it was like. It looks like an RC cola injured, ice clay. I looked at him. I was like this looks like he's about to do a nursery rhyme. Yeah. Like oh. Do you have anything to say, he always said was believe everyone has a right to go to college, man. And then immediately starts plugging his rap mixed. Because he's a rapper named Bila villa be or some shit. It's definitely Bill and he's like, yo check out cheese and crackers came out last year cheese. They're fucking house is on Park Avenue. Overlooking the met. This is where this do comes out smoking is want. Do it looks like straight up old dried up catch shit. You. Honestly, I'm more more upset about can rarely than anything. At the look of this blunt, it's absurd anyway. So I would just I think it before we talk about how his sister got an at school listened says an Bilas fine wraps real quick. Just you have an idea what a college scam. Adjacent brother wraps so excited to hear this. Wow. This TAT's imacs. With my back break fast. It's like a midnight snack. Now back got that bread on the play back. Busy bee. Who is he is you kidding me? Okay. Well, we just stop that there. I mean, that's what we call bars. Yeah. That was scalding washout, Kendrick, this total. Totally as a vibe crown of like a weird. I said our article, Andrew dice clay. So I'll say this is like RC cola tribe called quest or something weird nineties like he's trying to emulate like early nineties New York rap. Yeah. Like sample based hip Bob golden era rap. Yeah. And it's like, I it's embarrassingly bad. Yeah. Yup. I mean, some of his rhymes are ones. Like, he gets pulled a heist Pula heist a heist wrong or right wrong or right rubber right? I'm getting mad cash. Every night, I'm bringing fifth after the heights, and I'm white why old money new stack the old money new stash. He's he's brag. Then he goes on. He said you were the Jesus at we were the Jews at with. Why you were the Jesusa? We're were the Jews at okay, okay. I guess they're in the hood. And he's as synagogue sounds like little kind of like the kind of freestyle that like a bunch of Jewish frat kids would do on at a party. Yeah. Yeah. And when he said that it'd would be like on the legend of this fucking house here, by the way, that's that. Whatever you spoken that split. Whatever. Also, speaking of mid-nineties reminded me of that big fucking joint that the grandma smokes and don't be a menace. Very specific reference. But look it up. It's like it's a parody of a blunt, literally what it looked just like y'all haters can suck my dick because when the streets twists blunt like Hasidic, man. Anyway, just wrote the best rat anyway. So then going on I just want to also take a little excerpt from the charging documents around his sister. So Greg Abbott his father inquired to the guy who is has set her up to take the SAT on her own asked about how his daughter would have scored if they didn't cheat. And then so they have a transcript of the phone call. He says, hey, so do you know how she did on her own? This is the cooperating witness one do I know she did on her own. Yeah. I do scored in the mid six hundreds. But add goes. Yeah. The end of that transcript, and then they go on to say ultimately, the daughter received an eight hundred out of eight hundred on math and seven ten out of literature. She got a fifteen ten mid six hundred she scored mid sixty six hundred combined. I I don't know. I don't know if they have that was just for one section either way mid six hundred doing the best on one section. Let's just call it. Maybe twelve hundred whatever it was two ten. Yeah. Worth every penny. Wow. That's incredible. By the way, one of my favorite things that people aren't talking about like, the Laurie Laughlin thing is that her husband Mosima Moscow from Mosima clothing. He literally founded fucking mid ninety s they were the couple of the nineties. Yeah. Becky and mossy mo- which is other crazy to me. Why isn't anybody talking about Maasim? Yeah. Like that is or wedding ring is the CS. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back. Let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living most of her life in the dark inside the other nesting Dole's. He has plenty of time to think if we could sadly, she has no brain, however when an in a most nesting doll. Here's the geiko not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service for over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to Geico is a no brainer pity the innermost nesting Dollond her lot in life. And we're back and the house voted to make the Muller report public overwhelmingly. Yes, it was four twenty two zero. With four voting present. Now's not clear if the four Republicans voted present because they didn't want to cross the president or if they just wanted to land on that sick for twenty number. Yeah. Isn't it truly a treat? When anything lands on four twenty nine. Yeah. Just like what a time to be. That's when I started believing in God again. I don't know that there's much say about this other than that. You know, they're respecting the opinion of the people, and yeah, I guess how democracy functions and that we have a right to know. What does dude found out? Yeah. There's no it's not binding or anything. But because ultimately that decision's gonna lie with William bar, but it puts pressure on him when the congress is like high. Yeah, we want to see this. I am curious. How many things have to go public before anything happens as a result of it? You know what I mean? Because people keep talking about that. I mean, I was just reading that. Like why he's really gonna try and run for a second term is more than anything is just to avoid prosecutor lay. Yeah. Exactly like, I'm like. Okay. So this is public. I'm like, you can literally I I don't even know if the if the supposed- p tapes real if it comes out, I'm just like that's just going to be a another thing we have on file that. Fortunately, now can't get out of our heads. Once we see him. Right. Right. Well, yeah. And when you look at like the charges manafort's being charged with the New York seeks act same shit. Michael Cohen resent, the Trumpster. It's like, yeah. They fraudulently blow up or you know, inflate their numbers submitted to banks. That's what Paul man for going to prison for you know, what I mean? So you're like, oh, okay. So inevitably your time will be in the sun to shine. It's coming. I hope I who knows. So there's another book out that gives us a little a little look through the keyhole of this presidency. And it is an investigative journalist named Vicky ward. And it's called Kushner Inc. Because this time it's focusing on Giovannia mostly I just love like if bookstores are still around twenty years from now, I like this is a genre of book that will have its own. I'll called the OEM g yellow believe this should I saw inside the house genres sex the other thing one of the presidency's over. That's it man. Everyone's gonna cook deal to me, we're going to get so many movies. I know any series documentaries. You think I mean, we're getting what's funny is we're getting a lot now. Right. Not hard to find. And they're going to just triple because people are going to be well, oh, I can say this without getting in trouble. Well, let me tell you a story. Yeah. It'll be a real race to the bottom of like who can actually have the most salacious and right? I wonder if this. Yes, this will be like how everything became ended up being about World War Two after. Like, just all movies. They're going to be revolution. We'll door to Trump t-. Exactly. So what they are telling us from the Giovane ka wing of the White House. Is that first of all of on-call wants to be president? Yes. She claims that first of all Steve Bannon told her to go fuck herself. And that she is nothing right in front of her dead. And she called Bannon a fucking liar. And then she said, she plans to solidify Trump political dynasty to match the bushes and Kennedy's by formally entering politics herself. Because we know none of his sons are gonna be doing shit. That's also presupposes she's not any on the hook for any, criminal liability. Does not seem like a safe assumption unless they're like, okay daddy. This is the thing then I'm going to be president after you. And then I heard in you, and then I'll make you vice president. So you don't have to go to jail yet. And then visit exactly she's try. Tarantini that is so spot on you know, what I mean like daddy one of us. Okay. It can't be done junior. Daddy, I'm going to be president after you like they're really thinking. Okay. Then it can be Don jR, then Eric than Malania, right? Apparently, the White House staff is not fans of Java. John Kelly who previous excerpts claimed was ordered by the president to get rid of my kids head to like balance all this. Yeah. And according to a ward expert, he dismissed the two of them as just playing government and staffers mocked von Kaz team as habby H A, B I or the home of all bad ideas. I love when you get that petty. Would you come up with acronym? Still just shade habby. And none of them, by the way are good. They're not none of them are going to get into like the lexicon. They're just like oh house. But like especially like exactly what we're talking about. Like, we're hearing all this all this now about the shit like I cannot wait till all the terms and all the secrets and all the things like, oh, yeah. When he wasn't in the Oval Office. We would have a game of like, you know, who could like dress up like Trump walk around. And if he was on his way back. Be right back to work. Right. The book also reports that he just is nonstop talking about how hot has daughter is. And what a beautiful couple there, which I mean, if you've seen ever seen him interviewed with her would not surprise you in. Yeah. That's like. So funny that I'm like man, why are they reporting something we knew before he was president right Allie. Mostly these books are just like shit. We already kind of knew or suspected anyway, just being confirmed. But the quote is kind of funny from this expert. It says, quote, you can't have a conversation without him talking about her isn't Funke fabulous. I mean is she not one of the best looking women you've ever seen? And they're good kids. I just think it's crazy. They've got a nice life in New York. What do they want to do this for God? They're fabulous though. Aren't they antastic? I mean, have you ever seen a better looking couple? I mean, God are you hard right now wherever they got to quote him. Really nailed his cadence. Yeah. Yeah. I was well done. Yeah. Then there's also like a moment apparently with Rex Tillerson, and Gary Cohn checked Jared because they're like, especially when like the Saudi is like when he got the US like side with the Saudis over the Qatari like blockade, you're like what the fuck are you doing? We know you're just trying to like get pitches. So you can relieve your debt from that building. You have your upside down on and they were really kind of pissed. You're gonna fuck things up. So I was surprised that they knew that much going into that. And also the other one was that Don Mcgann when like they were writing the James Comey firing litter he sent it to the wrong printer in the White House. So like some other aid like under nine Assad was like what the fuck is this and he's like oh fuck. I love that. Also, by the way, just it seems like if anyone just wants their time at the Trump like rather than resign. They just say something they insult something with their kids and their guys out. Right. Outta here is just like he's like, yeah. I don't wanna be here anymore, and I'm gonna say it spoiled. That's too far out. This innocuous statement is too much for me your daughter, isn't Tut. Yeah. What did you say six thirteen get this guy? We're bringing back the death penalty right out here on the White House. And you'll be summarily executed on the on the lawn and up next. We have some news that would be Watergate levels of ood just wild were. We actually not just buried under twenty other stories that would be Watergate little we get their news tidal wave every day. Right. Matt Whitaker was on the hill yesterday or two days ago to clarify some of his old testimony. We covered on this podcast. How he went to the hill in February and said the president never exerted any pressure on him over the Muller investigation or Michael Cohen's investigation. And we talked about how he was very, you know, he was a dick to everybody's Xavier. Your five minutes are up. Yeah. Dick toilet. Everyone was like this man is wholly unqualified. It looks like he's just putting in some goon to do his bid. Yeah. Right. And when he offered this testimony. He's the guy who was like sorry, Senator your five minutes or out. Yes. So anyway, that's all I don't know if you can keep asking questions anyways. It turns out he had to correct. So Trump did totally lean on him and asked to meet prosecutors could be shuffled around for Cohen's SDN y que so sorry. That's that's what he meant. It's like that Trump Helsinki Putin thing where he was like, I meant to say, I don't see any reason why they wouldn't be ri-. So this is the key detail. He meant to say Trump did totally try to subvert the Justice system and the rules of democracy. Yeah. And just like just this kind of out there in your face obstruction? Because like, basically who was Jerry. Adler came out of the testimony and back when member of the Republicans are in power. They would use these closed door hearings to then come out and just say some shit that wasn't true. And now since the Democrats are empowered they're coming out of these things. And now saying things that I'm assuming are true based on the track record of the two parties. I read most of this because of social media and how things can leak so easily now and how how the press works. I picture half the people who are especially older are just like, man. I wish this was the ninety s right? Like, you know, what they can keep this shit really under wraps and know that it would take like ten years for someone to come uncovered yet. Yeah. But yeah, he comes out and like as soon as it ended Nadler comes out addresses, the press and was like, this is what basically we found out that Trump straight up said, can you fire these US attorneys in is there a way to do? This. Also is there anything about like the recusals? There was a guy Jeffrey Berman there who had to recuse himself and Trump really wanted Berman over like like watching over this case couldn't do like is there anything we do know. Then was even like Trump was saying the SDN y went too far quote too far because they named him as individual one in Michael Cohen's campaign finance case. And he was like, I think those two are that the you know that saying that I directed on this criminal behavior. So yeah, this is just straight up in your ear in the d the head of the the attorney general's face being like fixed this shit. But yeah, I think when you're dealing with Manafort news, and all these other things going on it it gets a little bit lost. It's it's truly wild. How also he something that I think people. Kind of I think people know it in the back of their head. But like, you know, this remember he came from a reality show where he literally his whole thing was firing people. He's like can we use that as an angle like that's his can we spin this like we did on my show where I'm like, you're fired. You're right. I mean, if you saw how sessions did in the entrepreneur challenge. I mean, I had no choice living for this Trump action, by the way. So guys up restaurant was a failure. Yeah. This is like not even the lead story on CNN, which as we know has an anti-trump bias. But there's nowhere on like drudge just it's gone. Well, yes, because they are still congress is going to have to come back and be like, oh, so you lied to us rent. And then then I guess they're going to have a story. But from what it appears like, Jerry Nadler's like t- repent. I love the way they answered you're like, no we didn't lie now. I didn't tell the truth right and lie, right? I mean, I don't know what it means. That's a subjective term anyways. The thing that is number one on drudge today Beto announced that he's running the people are aflutter. So our Beddoes hands his. Pain announcement is just has some of the wilder hand gestures. I have to side with president messy bitch on this one. Because he immediately called her out. He's he looks like crazy. He said that about is about all his January. Yeah. That's what Trump said about Trump like the finger-wagging Senator like the president of finger right near he just over gestured a little bit, y'all. He was talking with his hands. Yeah. Like hitting a rapper something he was hitting every syllable. It was like a rapper who was overdoing it with their hands. Yes. Like like in the Vanity Fair article. He had that like picture where he just looks like Matthew, mcconaughey and the Lincoln ads. Yeah. Is so I like why is why is Vanity Fair making him look like G Q like they're wrong magazine there they'll because Vanity Fair needs so desperately for someone else to be present. Like, okay. This guy's great. He's got great bone structure. Right. He fits in regular grades. It really is. It's like he on the cover. He's like I was born for this. Right. What the fuck? Did you say all out? Yes, what he's a gap print that. Divine right of pass. Right. It was born for this. I had is born to this. I mean for this. Yeah. I had a moment last year. It's time to make it a moment for four years. Right. And a moment that he didn't win by the way. That's what's crazy about this whole thing. Yeah. I mean, that's why a lot of like. Okay. I mean, thank you. Glad you have another person it great that. There are so many people who I could be like I could see this person maybe doing something. But I don't know yet. I all I know is what happened then. But I can't apply any of that to the presidential race. Totally. It seems like, you know, we don't know much about what his policies are going to be what what his positions even are on things. But it seems like he is getting whatever the opposite of the benefit of the doubt that women. Don't get right. Like, she's just not presidential or whatever. He's getting the inverse of that where people are just like, I don't know make him president look at this fucking picture. I'm in. Guys. Just crushing it with that. Joe line get that. I mean, I think he has kids to that. He like talks to. Yeah. And a wife who sits silently by his side and smiles during his thing, which that's not her fault. But it just weird optics. Yeah. They could have presented that a little bit differently. Yeah. He's yeah. There's that picture in the in the article that's like plaguing these playing instruments with his kids has like. Yeah. Cute. But you know, what? I don't have time for it right now. Yeah. Those hands are about forty percent to live up to eighty percent at times he gets some under control towards the end. But then he gestures. Thank you. Like, he's just like dropping the Mike. Clearly, it's it's a lot. It's like his hands were. I bet you could overdubbed Busta rhymes of verse from look at me now right over that. And just a way his hands. There's about the same speed as that one. That's like every bus drives music video from the late nineties. I think oh my God. What was his big song from names jawline check? No right after that. Some more give me some mode. Yeah. I just remember that video he had a lot of the hands were flying at the kiss. But that was his thing like the fish islands where like it would like come right at you. I mean, that's the all those high Williams videos. I mean, we're great ones FOX is still trying to figure out how they're going to come at Beto. I think we have a clip of them sort of gathering their thoughts live on air. Oh, yeah. Also supervisor Dan reminded is can see that's the one. Yep. Would you hands is because see that was the place to be? That's the one that was also like in black light video. And it had that one dude whose name Brooke up who has dude who did all the army. Yeah. I read a lot of articles around that video. That's a desert called Brooke up anyway. Yes. Yuxin friend, Brian Kilmeade this time. Again, is it Brian kill? It's brand killed me. Kill me yet again with his take on bed over Mark. All right. So bad a very fair as huge article and feature on him. It's almost as they helped launch his campaign. Here's an from it. He says I want to be in it, man. I'm just born to be in it. They also point out they has his use library as if it's a plus that he reads books, we would assume that all the presidential libraries air, and the writer writes, there's always a sense that he belongs on that. As if a book of a president's going to be in there. But listen, he's got a lot of charisma. He's got a lot of presents the second part. I'm really confused by. No. I mean, the point Dante intellectual part, I get. Yeah. Books like that. That's his counterpoint. He's like, right. This guy's got a book. Right. Oh, you re books. You think you're smarter than me? But then he's like, but then he's all the presidential libraries and all these books, and then he's hoping he's in there fucking masks that. Yeah. Strain of thought exactly that. He was hoping that then among his books in his huge library, right? There will be the book about him being president. Is that I didn't understand that either? Yeah. He was like, I guess there's a book about a president like is if there's a there's a hand down. That's like, oh how to be president. Right. We talk a lot about their near-constant strategy at this point of the conservatives pointing at like at tacking the left toward the center on things that they are extremely guilty of. I like that that clip starts with them arguing that Vanity Fair is like doing Beddoes bidding like it's. Yeah. Where's the line between journalistic ethics realistic Objectivism and objectivity and the m politics, and it's like really disgusting are a propaganda wing. You are about to get on the phone with the resident threat. And he he ha ha I oh my God. He's just trying to think of he was just like, yeah. You have books in two pies. The probably was where it was going case eyebrow. We're gonna have to take that over man again. Okay. Can just write the word down from. All right. We're going to take another quick break. We'll be right back. 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And we're back and miles. You wanted to shout out Georgia state legislator, Darshan Kendrick for Easter cowb- because she has triggered the conservatives with her testicular Bill of rights that she's trying to bring to the floor. And okay, I'll just read it first. And then we'll talk about it. So as you said, she has five separate bills, which will collectively be this sticker Bill of rights. And this is what the package of bills would do. It would require man, by the way package. Yes. We require men to obtain permission from their partners to get a prescription for erectile dysfunction medicine. Okay. Banned sect AMIS and punish doctors who perform them require men to pay child support beginning six weeks after woman becomes pregnant and make sex without a condom and aggravated assault crime right now, if you're a conservative you look at this and you're like see see what they're trying to do. This is precisely what kendricks strategy is. She knows this isn't a real Bill. She's mir. Trying to have a real nuanced conversation about you know, the agency we have over our bodies by giving men a second to think about this. Yeah. And, but they reaction if you go on foot in YouTube already, they're already videos, we're like oh look at dislike Drik cone like anti. Deal being put out rather than being like high. Do you understand that this is what's going on with women? Right. But again, it's just a very very, I think are just brilliant tactics. I all the all the love could not agree more love that is this is the best trolling I've ever seen in my life. Yeah. It is. I mean, you're right. She's trying to start a nuance conversation. It's not really trolling. But it's like it is weird that they're just like because also I would say the one misstep is of a Secta me something that nobody. They would be like. Yeah. Cut out the sectors. I don't want him. Don't. Sure, sure. Even though there. Incredible. And you everyone should do. Very dissect me great. But you do want at home and home for sec if they had an atom beside him. You know, what my hands shaky? I'm just scared to do it myself. But but yeah, I love that. She did that. And that everyone's just like you be different with women because. That's been the response. I have I did watch somebody's online people like responded is literally not even words. Can't because you're like way. Fuck. Yeah. Kind of got checkmated there. So let me just plan b scream yet. Exactly. It's being a plan B is six weeks the point at which they say that like a fetus becomes the life. Is that what is that the significance of maybe heartbeat bills? Yeah. Right. It's very close to that yet. Right. The heartbeat Bill. Yeah. This is brilliant. Good for her. Yeah. And I'm just telling legislation. I just wanna see I'm hoping that. I mean, I don't know if it'll even be brought to the floor for a vote, but like just to hear people debate on this registry. So funny, right because they would have to articulate out loud. The absurdity of not letting someone have control over your body. Your body are false. Well, it puts them in a great position of when they cut like what if like a conservative, someone speaking. They're just like, well, here's the thing. You can't have control over men's bodies and big. Oh, yeah. Just like women. They do not know what you do on up. I'll be right back. Like little footsteps run to the car. And they're like, yeah. Because the values that they talk about all day every day like for like, you know, their libertarian values just as they don't apply them to women. Yes. Like all those raises who were like, oh, I mean, like, you know, in the African American community we have a problem with delinquent fathers Bryant, they'd be like, oh, so you would you support a Bill like this? Then right. Oh well. For white people. God never excuse me. Again, you have to. It's. Yeah. So again, great Ray TAT's bit of a rhetorical strategy there from Representative Kendrick guys I wanna talk about LaCroix. They're not doing. Well. It's time for an intervention and was it before after the lawsuit were the two pilots were saying this does groping them in the cockpit. I think it was right around that. Yeah. I think that's when we were sort of like. Lacroix? Lacroix was just coasting on the fumes of. I don't know just like goodwill and people kind of just being like if you drink it like so-so super cold yet, it you can actually get it down. Like we like, it's funny. We're all in agreement of this. But I just remember three four years ago when LaCroix I was really having its moment. Yeah. If people were like, what do you mean, you don't like it? The right foot. What flavor did you try? But you what got to try? What you got to try and coconut. Yeah. You don't want to start with coke goes lime. Keep it. Simple. And then shotgun three of them at once. And then the taste will be it'll be. I mean, I like a flavor seltzer. Right. I, you know, before LaCroix to be told I was a talking rain kinda guy myself. But yeah works. Seltzer is great. Yeah. I'm trying to mo- Waterloo, or I think that's the one. Yeah. It was so good. Yeah. And it is apparently a very easy thing. Not to fuck up everybody flooded the market with their own version and some of them are a little bit better than little Croix. And it's just everybody who goes to business school. Like, you know, they have these classes where you just like studied the case study of like how Nike became Nike, and like all that you should have to look at LaCroix. Unlike study how they fucked up because it's like, okay, we're having this moment. Well, we're gonna like over leverage are invest in it like this moment will never ever end. Right. Like your growth from here on out, and we're going to buy we're going to make a LaCroix theme park where you ride LaCroix roller coasters. And it's just yeah, they they just over expanded. And I think they also just didn't realize that what they do. Like, we're the only people that can make vaguely flavored waters. We got this shit cornered. But. Yeah. Cut to now the prolif-. The arms race of flavored seltzer and now they're like lagging because last year in the last twelve months fucking prophets fallen by nearly forty percent revenues down like almost another three percent percent. So this is really why we're talking about it because the CEO Nick cap rela we've talked in the past about how like letters to like shareholders are just wild graphic horror shows, whereas like comic sans, all kinds of weird clip art and just rants so this time in the in this letter to shareholders, so all the stats are there. It's like revenues down profits are down. And it says, quote, we are truly sorry for these results stated above negligence, nor mismanagement nor woeful acts of God were not the reasons. Much of. This was the result of injustice managing a brand is not so different from caring for someone who becomes handicapped rans do not see or hear. So they are at the mercy of their owners or care providers who must preserve. The dignity and special character that the brand exemplifies you cannot right? Like, not not he can't like fiction writer writing satire could not have come up with. Yeah. That fucking brilliant. I feel like the onion would be like who did you copy this? This a story. We rejected like he builds in that it's not like caring for a loved one. It's caring for somebody who becomes handicapped because brands can't see her here is just only. It's weird because he starts off saying like look profits are down because of injustice, but then goes on to say that also a brand is at the mercy of their caregiver in this case me Ray. So then you the negligent. Yeah. That like he's calling himself out. That's confusing. So what is the injustice miles happen to them? It doesn't make sense. Because that's literally I read that. There was no space in between that thought and there's no further explanation about how there's some conspiracy. It's just like, okay injustice Ray. And I mean, he owns I think seventy percent of the shares anyway. So he's the one taking the biggest hit at any rate. Russia's probably so unhinged. He's like my money's in trouble. Listen, guys. And then it's just like he literally just I I don't even remember like back with ransom notes came out and magazine clippings, you remember people cut out the letters. He's sending notes it really feels like that. And then at the end he has like an even more sort of rocky weird wild explanations. Like come on guys, give old Gill another chance here where he goes. There is no greater passion than the kind that creates the wonderful refreshment and contentment described as unique no doubt, the sound in personality of the word LaCroix, coupled with the awesome experience of its essence and taste is unique sound one can be induced purchased by cheapening price or giving away a product, but falling in love with a feeling of joy is the result of contentment. Just ask any LaCroix. Consumer would you trade away that LA feeling no way they shout. We just love our LaCroix. I am positive. They respond this way each and every time this letter respond to you by cocaine. Yeah. Hopefully shit do that LaLa feeling was it that Ashley Simpson song. You may want to. On the kit. Now, they should do collab-. That'd be incredible dying brands literally love Ashley Simpson. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He literally got high on his own supply like somebody who has fully built their personality out of marketing material. Right. And is just buying everything that they've been selling for the past. Yeah. I forget what episode. It was. But when we sort of like tracked the evolution of this man in his beverage company because I think what they used to like he owns Fago also. And then suddenly like LaCroix started pop in and it blew his mind. Who was like, I'm the smartest guy ever. Right. I once when I worked in retail, I was not up selling enough. So a manager is very upset with me took me into a private room. He's like I'm gonna be with the phone. He's like you're not selling enough. Like, you're I I hear you saw these are terrible pitches. And I'm like, but we're not on. He's like, yeah. But don't you'd like working here in my head. I'm like, no right in college. I'm going to show you this clip. Let's see if this helps cues up the TV walks out of the room. It is the opening ten minutes of Glengarry Glen Ross really this is the kind of shit. This is exactly what it reminded me of. Right. Where he's like, I'm like you realized in my head. I'm just like that is making fun of what you're doing to me right now get that. And I just I was just very that's the first place my head when I'm like, oh, I remember this. I was nineteen when I got this letter. She. Yeah. Always closing. And he afterwards. He goes just remember if you can't sell a service plan, they sold you on why they couldn't buy it. And I was like, wait. He for sure took that from somewhere. Meanwhile, the figure it out it was from boiler room. Another movie it commenting on the way, where did you? What was this pest by? I was trying to be hottest about it. I think it's a small retail store. I love this. Some the manager was taking issue as yours like I'm gonna wit this sale seem enough fucking shit. Oh, it was this was years ago. I mean, this was eighteen almost twenty years ago. It was wild like the shit that they talked about how to sell stuff was incredible. Love it that guide. Love's Gordon gecko. Oh, yeah. That's what's crazy about it. Like I picture him at the in in the morning before he leaves? He doesn't think where kisses his hand and puts his hand on up like Gordon's Ford store, we're selling today meant to be a cautionary. Yeah. And also does I gonna American psycho style workout every night? Oh, yeah. Books with a mirror around him and flexes all the worst kids. I went to college with we're all into American psycho for the wrong wrong. Yes. Which also like eleven so fucking smart. Yeah. Right. And then everyone everyone else who watched fight club was like this was so liberated I can be a man and fight and rode a jail for it. Right. That's not what they're talking about. I'm sorry. What you just got the fight club part? I key is turning us into Cox. All right. You lie. It has been a pleasure having you back again. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me again for the first time where can people find you follow you at Berg on Twitter and Instagram, and I post about different things on there. I have two podcasts that you can check out. One is called closure the podcast that never ends about how closures real rate, and I interview people about that a few a few of your family members of been on. They're not literal, but your fam-, and then I have one with friend of the pot as well. Theresa Lee called pot as a woman. Yeah, we do a track by track breakdown of Arianna Guerande sweetener and soon to be thank you next. Awesome. That's amazing. So you guys are in deep on the Arianna ground. Oh, yeah. We are almost Donald sweetener. We're literally two tracks away from the next album. I really like the sewing sweetener. I haven't listened to the full album. Oh that song. You should talk about your feelings about it. I focus on the pot. That would be awesome. Is there tweet that you've been enjoying my favorite tweet this week was from? At Russel falcon who posted with Facebook still down users are going to be four weeks behind on current news in memes instead of the usual three. That's no good miles working people. Find you you can find me and follow me on Twitter and Instagram at miles of gray. Couple tweets that I like one is from a Victor looker sin at v lock. It says Beddoe is now the quote. Wow. This blew up second tweet in human form. That's perfect for Yahoo. Aren't on Twitter when someone who has a very small Twitter following goes viral. There's usually a tweet right after he has like thousands of re tweets and likes to go. Wow. This and that is what that is referencing. Also, this is from Travis hell awake at Travis Hellwig says some personal news, I'll be leaving crooked media and able to run betas Zanga and deviant art page. I'm truly so honored. I'll be able to edit fan fiction for the next president of the United States. Tweet. I enjoyed Ben Collins at one underscore, and then and underscore tweeted the picture of that, dude. Son defends parents caught in college emission scandal, while smoking blunt that dude and said this dude looks exactly like a stock photo the onion would use for its American voices section. Really does. And just follow. A flirt Russell. She did this tweet talk about. What what the producer in the booth looked like while fat Joe was doing the turn the microphone on turn the. On. And it's one of just one of the great six she put like four more together. Yeah. It's like a whole series genius. Yes. She's great. And then also she is documenting all the weirdness of people stealing your shit and taking it out of context and stuff now that she has become a oh, those videos, they're trying to take those out of contact. Yeah. Yeah. There's somebody. There's a ha ha is the name of this account. And it says what it's like to be a studio engineer working with difficult rappers. Shows the video as high someone saying what if you reimagined openings to famous rap songs, and wow, I just love when she was like there's one about unleashed a flutes on guru the daisy one, and she's looks here. Her real name is Katie Delaney. So you follow her you can find us on Twitter at daily zeitgeist. We're at Daly's iced on Instagram Facebook fan page and a website dailies like I dot com where we post our episodes and are not where we link off to the information that we talked about the way. I'm so sorry to interrupt. In fact, checked everything you guys were great. Oh, we did it. Another one hundred percent. Yep. Perfect. You. Or was. We'll just leave it at flawless so sorry. Just going to tell them the tone. What were riding out on? Oh, yeah, miles. What song are we gonna ride out on go out on a track by Nick Boeing's? Little rap track songs called denial after having do subject ourselves to build a B's weird blunt styling listens. Good wrath old money. 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Ep. 312: New Bodies, New Lenses and Old Kodak - and more

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Ep. 312: New Bodies, New Lenses and Old Kodak - and more

"This is an icon. Embassador charming penny. And you're listening to the pedal pixel photography podcast with Sharkey, James. Enjoy this episode is brought to you by our good friends at fresh books. Ben row and Shimoda full details and discount codes later in the show. Welcome to the paddock pixel photography podcast episode. Three twelve new bodies new lenses and old Kodak. And this episode Kodak sees things differently. Now cannon introduces a new body panasonic's new full frame gear to new Pentax lenses are coming a filter that will have you seeing red. But for good reason and Boeing's is back from the dead, again, all that and more in episode three twelve of the paddock pixel photography podcast. Thank you so much army for opening show. I greatly. Appreciate it sister. New Jersey-based Nikon embassador charming pain, a- has made her Mark specializing in Indian and southeast Asian, weddings. And her work is absolutely stunning. 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As town all your friends on social media and elsewhere and helping to get the word out about this show. Okay. With that. I'm your host Sharkey James. Let's hit it. You guys should seriously see the Haiti meals, I get from the CF when I criticized not just the viability of film, but Kodak specifically it think I was talking about their religion or something. Remember the sea in CF g after all stands for cranky. So it goes with the territory, and I imagine that the latest news, a Kodak isn't going to do a whole lot at turn that frown upside down for them, a vein might actually appear in their foreheads when they hear that Kodak Laras is planning to get out of the photography and film business. Yep. You heard that correctly not long after making extra chrome one hundred a thing. Again, they want out lesson. I'll say it again film photography, not exactly a growth business. You know, Kodak Searcy loves the Kodak itself over and over and over again, it's predictable at this point. It has been for a long while actually they not only saw digital coming. They. They were a pioneer in it. And you know, what they said the horseless carriage or digital photography will never take off. We're all about the horses or film have look at Kodak stock price. And you would swear that you're looking at a really sweet black diamond run at your favorite ski resort. It's not pretty and you might recall that back in twenty twelve win Kodak filed for bankruptcy it owed a Wapping two point eight billion with a B dollars to the UK Kodak pension plan. Also known as KP withdrew firesale status. KP paid three hundred twenty five million dollars for Kodak's imaging and document businesses which were made up of Kodak paper photo chemicals and its film business or ppfe as it's called an in doing so Kodak Alaric in the UK shares the rights to the Kodak brand with the Rochester, New York based Eastman Kodak company, which makes the film and paper for Kodak Loris fast forward. 2017 when Kodak Loris announced that actor chrome one hundred would return from the dead, and it did just a tad over four months ago back in September of twenty eighteen then two weeks ago. Now, they announced that they were going to be working on releasing ACTA chrome one twenty and sheet formats as well that was two weeks ago. And here we are talking about them getting out of the business. So according to inside imaging and confirmed now by the Rochester, democrat and chronicle just two weeks after that announcement in financial documents that were released as of this recording. This matter is classified as held for sale. And according to Kodak, LARs board, chairman Mark Elliott, quote, the transaction is expected to deliver a net cash benefit to Kodak Loris in twenty nineteen and quote, so Kodak LARs thinks it's a crap business after all right? And they want out you don't look for a buyer, if you're cranking out the kind of cash that you would hope for you. Hold on to. A company like that and keep making the money. The sole shareholder of Kodak LARs is the UK base pension fund known as the Kodak pension plan. And as Elliot says the fund was unlikely to meet its financial commitments. They talked about the quote potential movement of the fund and all its assets into ownership by a UK corporation the pension protection fund, which saves the day when companies can't cover it's pension payments to its employees. Now inside imaging says that any assets leftover after a new buyer if found takes over we'll be owned by the pension protection fund. Kodak LARs is reportedly doing well overall just not well enough to meet their obligations as I said industry analyst George convoy of Brighton. Securities echoes what I've been saying for years now here on this show saying quote out of the four businesses managed by Kodak Loris, this one was likely perceived add the shortest life span, and is therefore I up for sale and. Quote, a thinks that Kodak will likely stick around saying that photographers and filmmakers by Kodak film because of quote, what they perceive as the look or the quality that they get and quote, listen, I've got a news flash air few people can really tell the difference. They really can't it might make you happy though. And honestly, that's all it really matters. So not judging here just saying inside imaging reports that Kodak's film businesses actually been up for sale since way back in January twenty eighteen if way back is little over thirteen months ago now and while it hasn't sold yet. There's been interest by a number of parties and that one is quite a bit further along than others. Still doesn't mean they're going to buy it. We'll see now Kodaka LARs values. It's ppfe business at thirty four million dollars US and hopes to be free of it by March thirty first of twenty nineteen. So in other words, Kodak's film business just thirty four million dollars in value. I'm going to let. That speak for itself now in a video over at the mothership that was produced by the business channel cheddar while Kodak invented digital photography back in one thousand nine hundred seventy six they said, they didn't want to cannibalize sales of their film and cameras. So they ignored it while others did not that and the company's belief that people would always want to print their photos pretty much sealed their fate. They didn't anticipate people putting their photos on Facebook et cetera and not having an actual parental look at I tell you Kodak Kodak's itself all the darn time. It's what they do. Very well, sadly, and then say film is dead. Did I now I never do that films dead next? It didn't take a crazy longtime at all. After the September twenty eighteen release of the EEOC Dr cannons debut full frame airless body to see their second offering. Now, the canon Eos are p the company's smallest and lightest full frame O's ever, not just in Maryland. We're talking ever. And by looking at it, you can immediately. See that canon clearly wants people to see this as a body that lies below its yo Sar side-by-side. You're just not going to mistake the two of them for each other. You're just not going to cannon wants consumers to know that this body is different not just by looks. But of course, it's price point as well. We're gonna get to that in a little bit here. And you know, what this is what camera makers largely due right? Not all of them. But most they need to help people see that both physically and otherwise they're different level of camera. I mean, look at their DSR's, for instance, cannons got their smaller API. See crop E O's rebel t also knows they e os thirteen hundred d elsewhere in the world in other models, which you can still get at Costco, for instance, with two lenses. No less for four hundred and fifty bucks. Now. They're obviously not great lenses, and it's not a super great body. But for four hundred fifty bucks, you're in a digital photography now. Compare that body next to an E O's five d Mark four and it's night and day. It's fourteen percent narrower thirteen percent shorter and two percent thicker now if you compare that five d Mark four which is full frame to the company's flagship one DX Mark too, which is also full frame. While the ladder is just five percent wider in nine percent thicker, it's a full forty four percent taller. And that's because the integrated vertical battery grip. Of course, you compare all these bodies together. And there's no mistaking what the pecking order is there, and that's helpful to consumers, but contrast that to Sony, and they clearly just don't care and in a good way. They let their cameras speak for themselves. You know, the lower end a seven Mark three and a seven are Mark three have the exact same dimensions. I think they're the same casings. In fact, if you didn't look at the markings on them, you wouldn't know which one's which now this brand new canon e o Sarpi has twenty six point two megapixel full frame Sema, sensor just four point one megapixel 's less than e oh sorry, which is thirty point three mega pixels. And that fact along with the price tells me that canon has other bodies planned below they are ones that have a lesser build quality, a slimmed-down feature set, and I sure are going to be a PSE, and we're talking cameras that are going to be in the ballpark of like seven and nine hundred dollars or so, but is going to be quite a while. I think before we see these APS crop models and certainly not for four hundred and fifty dollars with or without a lens. Let alone to that's just not. Happening. Not anytime soon. Now, the RPI has the same excellent digit gate image processor as in the ER. It has these same ISO range of one hundred forty thousand expandable down to fifty and on up to the digital snowstorm that has one hundred and two thousand four hundred and it can shooting continuous at five frames per second versus eight in its bigger, brother. The are it has the excellent dual pixel Seema's af system with four thousand seven hundred seventy nine autofocus points versus the five thousand six hundred and fifty five in the ER. It has faced an eye detection and around back is a point three nine inch two point three six million dot O L E, D electric viewfinder also knows an VMF that's down one point three three million dots from the one in the eels. Are you know, when you put your ID each of these you will definitely see the difference? You will wish that you hadn't done that? Comparison annual also wish that you say for an SR. Instead, it's that much. Of a difference. You know, when it comes to expectations, especially if you're going to go from a DSL are to MIR less, it's that easy f that's going to be the sticking point for most people. If you don't get the same experience or pretty darn close to the one that you get when you look through a view finder of DS are and you see that image bounced off a mere and up into the pennant prism and obviously to your eye. You're not gonna go for it. You're not you're gonna wish you had held out and got something that was a whole lot better one. That has a million more dots of resolution like the one in the are now under the EVS, and the RPI is a three inch one point zero four million dot varying angle touchscreen LCD which supports touch and drag af, but while it's just point one five inches smaller than the one on the ER. It's a little more than half of the two point one million dots that it's big brother has and that's not necessarily going to be a dealbreaker. You know, if you mainly use that the LCD to shoot and again. Then it's going to be noticeable though, if you compare them side by side, so don't do that. You don't want to do that. Now, if you want or need to card slots, you're going to be disappointed in the ios RPI. Just like the yo Sar and Nikon's e seven z six because they all have just one in the RPG. It's an S D card slot. But at least it's you s too. So there's that now on the video side, the RPM can shoot for K video at twenty five frames per second at one hundred twenty megabits per second with eight bit color depth and not just with external recording Adamos unit or similar, but internally as well, the are on the other hand is quite a bit more capable because you can shoot four K at thirty frames per second at four hundred eighty megabits per second and ten bit when you pipe it out the HDMI port to an external recorder. Now, if you want cannon, log, the RPI is not the body you want you want the ER. Now in my mind, and I dare say in the mind of cannon as well. The main selling point of the RTP is that it's smaller and lighter. It's not as tall as the EEOC are and it weighs in it. Just four hundred eighty five grams with a battery and card versus six hundred and sixty grams of the Sar so the Arp is roughly twenty six percent lighter a difference that people will definitely notice the Arp also has focused peaking eight point three megapixel still grabs from four K video. Why find bluetooth connectivity built in stereo, microphones Twenty-three, custom functions. It's water industrial Sistan and has a battery life of about two hundred and fifty shots. And that's where I say why long you're going to need to get more batteries just like with old Sony bodies. Why don't they put bigger batteries in these things? I know it's heavier but come on two hundred and fifty shots. You don't wanna be changing batteries every five minutes along with the RPM cannon also unveiled its new e. E G E one extension grip to make the RPI a bit taller which goes completely against the benefit of being small, right and lighter and further signaling that this is a more consumer camera that grip comes in black with blue or red accents. In addition to just black. You know, so you can bedazzle your canon Eos RPI that now unlike the rumors that we previously heard about this body. It's available for preorder right now for one thousand two hundred ninety nine dollars US and currently comes with a free extension, grip and more importantly, a canon e f two adapter so you can use your current cannon glass. Whether it's e f or e f s that adaptor alone goes for ninety nine dollars, by the way, and cannon cells that mostly useless extension, grip, which doesn't add any extra battery power or anything just a little bit more height and a splash of color for seventy nine dollars. Now, you can also get the EEOC. Sharpy bundled with a twenty four to one hundred five millimeter f three point five to five point six I s s T M lens for sixteen hundred ninety nine dollars or bundled with the much better twenty four to one zero five millimeter f four I s US for two thousand one hundred ninety nine dollars those prices, by the way, all take advantage of cannons. Current instant rebate, and the RPO is going to start shipping. This February twenty seventh of two thousand nineteen listen, I think this is definitely nice camera. There's no doubt about it. Especially for the price and everything that you currently can get with it. It is a pretty darn decent value. But I think that most people would be quite a bit happier. If they stepped up to the Sar or waited until we see the Mark two versions of these bodies, which shouldn't be that long from now less than a year. And I think it's important to note that like the eels our and Nikon's e seven zero six that canon Eos RPI is a full frame body. Not APS. Crop. So you would expect of course to pay more. Like I said, and it's going to be quite a while. I think until we see crop bodies in both of these systems. There's just more profit to be made in these bodies than ones that are five hundred dollars. My current recommendation is still have a look at the Fujifilm x t to like I have or save up for the t three. You know, there's a ton more native lenses. It's a great system. I love it. Absolutely. Just amazing system and it was designed specifically for a PSE. And I think that's the takeaway here. There are no entry level canon or Nikon merely bodies in these newer systems. We're not there yet. So I think right here in the middle of February of twenty nineteen and then people would be better off to go with Sony or Fuji film or another system and canon or Nikon we're talking there. Mierlo offerings weightier. So see what they have switched. Then next as you may recall just a little over. A year ago? 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With all the other crazy news of late Panasonic announced their new loom excess series of full frame airless cameras as part of the L mount alliance, and they are the new S one r and s one now we know, of course, that Panasonic absolutely killed it in the micro four thirds market with bee's like the G H bore and the g h five and while those are capable stills cameras. They really shine. Honestly, when it came to shooting video, I mean, that's why most people got him. And it's honestly knows apprise because Panasonic has had decades upon decades of experience in the video market same with Sony. You know, you take what you know. And it'd be a shame not to put that in a new products when it makes sense to do. So right, but now thanks to larger sensors and that L mount alliance between themselves like an sigma Panasonic is making a play for what all manufacturers these days acknowledge is the future and that is the Murless market. I've gone. Over at a billion times here on the show. So I won't now. Okay. Just briefly when you don't have a mirror in the way, you get technology that simply impossible to put an DSL are boom. That's what you want. Right. And of all this craziness. Panasonic says quote Alumex asked series aims for unprecedented image quality with high resolution, rich gradation and superior color reproduction and quote. All right. Listen, I'm pretty sure that since Sony makes the majority of sensors out there, and as excellent as they are Hannah, sonic might not achieve that. We'll see I mean DAX. Oh, Mark another still gonna tell us. But goals goals are good to have. I say take your best shot at Sony. You know, Duke it out give everyone no matter. What system there in the best possible cameras for their hard-earned money that I think we can all agree with now common to both? These new cameras is a five point seven six million. Dot real view finder. Above a three point two inch two point one million dot Triax. He'll tilting display eighty two hundred and twenty-five area fast and precise. Contrast detection depth from D focus autofocus system nine frames per second continuous shooting a tracking moving subjects five axes in body image. Stabilization also known as Iowa's a brand new Panasonic Venus engine image processor dual execute D. S the card slots, a shudder rated for four hundred thousand cycles six K photo via eighteen megapixel stills from thirty frames per second. Bursts four K photo via eight megapixel stills from sixty frames per second, bursts and weather sealed. Rugged builds now, the flagship body the S one are has a forty seven point three megapixel full frame Sema sensor under the hood. With a max is so twenty five thousand six hundred and the native range and expandable to fifty one thousand. Two hundred of which Panasonic says quote gives it the industry's highest level resolution in the full frame merely cameras. In addition to the precise reproduction capability in detail this sensor achieves a high signal to noise ratio by taking advantage of its high light condensing efficiency, despite the large number of pixels, and quote, and since it's a Panasonic you can get one hundred and eighty seven megapixel ultra high resume ges by using high resolution mode where the camera combines eight shots, which are shifted by a half a pixel to achieve that resolution aside from the larger files they're gonna have to deal with which means faster processors in your computer and bigger hard drives. You're just not going to be shooting everything in that mode. But it's a secret weapon in your bag of tricks that you can deploy whenever the situation calls for, you know, think incredible landscapes here not sports the S one, by the way, we'll give you ninety six megapixel. Limoges using high resolution mode. A lot more manageable on the video cited things they'll Alumex s when our can capture four K sixty p video with a crop and pixel bidding, so that's not ideal. But it's still kinda sorta workable as for the looming S one it has a twenty four point two megapixel full frame Sema sensor, which maxes out at ISO fifty one thousand two hundred expandable on up to the digital snowstorm that has two hundred and four thousand eight hundred no-one shooting at that trust me on this. It can shoot four K sixty p video. Well, it's true. Why would you shoot it that you just wouldn't do that to yourself any our can shoot four K sixty p video with full pixel readout, which is all whole lot more desirable. Anna software, upgrade key, which will be available later this year. We'll unlock four to two ten bit four K thirty P internal video capture as well as four k sixty p and fifty. Output via its HDMI port and v log as well. So if you're thinking about a camera that's going to be great all round body for stills and incredible for video Alumex S one is probably what you want between the two of these at least if you're in the studio allot or you're shooting landscapes, let's say you not only need more resolution, but a lot more resolution and Alumex S one are is for you now with their electronic shutters s one are can shoot. At shutter speeds of up to one sixteen thousands of a second versus the standard limit with most cameras of one eight thousands. That's what the S one has. So if you're shooting baseball at say, and it's a crazy bright day with the sun beating down on the field, which used to make me crazy back in my photo journalism days, you could go to that faster. Shutter speed rather than having a stop down your aperture f for from two point eight. But it's gonna be interesting to see though, just how much rolling shutter. There's going to be when us 'electronic shutter, one sixteen thousands of a second might not be desirable. So we'll see now if you have an optically stabilized, elm outlines, and we'll get to that a little bit later in the show. You can get an extra stop of stabilization bring you to six stops. And remember I s stabilizes you not your subject that's important to remember. I asked definitely comes in handy, if you're shooting in a dark room, and you want to drag the shutter to soak up more ambient light or you just want a steady your shaky hands or both to me if you got the option between an IS Lund's or the non IS version, I s wins every darn time and gives you more options and options are good. Now, if you're left eye shooter rather than right? I like me there's an optional. I Cup attachment which fully rotates and helps blocked at extraneous light for you. There's also a new larger battery Anna new battery grip. So if all this sounds good us starting sometime in early April. Of twenty nineteen you're going to be able to get the flagship Panasonic gloom mix. S one are for three thousand six hundred ninety nine dollars US for the body only or four thousand five hundred ninety nine dollars bundled with the twenty four to one zero five f for that. I'll tell you about a little bit later in the show as for the s one that's going to go for two thousand four hundred ninety nine dollars just for the body or three thousand three hundred ninety nine dollars with that twenty four to one zero five. So if you're keeping track here Panasonic jumped from 'em for three also known as micro four thirds all the way to full frame, Olympus is sticking with him for three Fujifilm's dominates with its system. That's designed specifically for APS crop, and we've got canon and Nikon out there. Now finally in the full frame merely market. So I ask you is there any company out there? That's going from something else into DSR. No, no. They're not. That should be a clue next. One of the things that I find really interesting about the photo industry is you've got all these brands that absolutely killed it for years and made money hand over fist, and for whatever reason they fade away because I don't know they either didn't innovate or make changes as they needed to also knows pivoting quickly enough Kodak, cough, cough. And then before you know, it they're back now with Kodak they haven't had much success with that. You know, they keep trying to make last century's technology a thing again when it's clearly not, but lighting that's always going to be hot, no pun intended. I swear. So after going under a few years back Boeings was later acquired by European investment group a rule ius in two thousand sixteen and then they cut it Lucy year later, but now bones is back again, try as you might you just can't kill them. And thanks to a really as seeing the light. Okay. That one was clearly intentional right there. Oh, long with witnessing the success of companies, like go, docs, and others. They decided that time was right to make things happen again. And they're doing that with their XM T five hundred flash head a product that they first introduced in twenty sixteen according Nowak's photo video which a rule ius owns along with Kelly. Matt they say, quote, we are pleased to announce the wax photo. Video exclusive relaunch of Boeing's beginning with the XM T five hundred flash head and twin head kit. This is complemented by a wide range of light shaping tools. A two year warranty and special limited period launch offers and quote now the x t five hundred is a five hundred watt second berry, powered Monteleone. It features canon, Nikon and Sony. TTL compatibility has a built in receiver with thirty two channels in five groups five hundred full power flashes on a full charge of its lithium ion battery it has between a point. Zero one in two second recycled time, depending on how much power you dial in which is in nine stops. By the way, it has an LED modeling lamp of flash duration as short as one ten thousand three hundred ninth of a second were being exact, and we are a cooling fan and high-speed sink. All someone was HSS up to one eight thousands of a second. You know, if you wanna completely kill the Ambien outdoor on a bright sunny day, something I really enjoy doing my Ellen grom LB twelve hundred it is awesome for that twelve hundred watt seconds of power. The sun really is no match. It isn't anyhow this Bowen's unit which has been out for a while. Now is six hundred ninety nine euros which is roughly nine hundred seventeen dollars US currently or you can get a twin head kit for one thousand three hundred ninety nine euros or one thousand eight hundred and thirty five dollars US. So yeah, no discount. If you buy two of them that always cracks me up those prices by. By the way, are with wax photo video in Europe. But if you're in the US being h has the single flash at unit for more than two hundred dollars cheaper at seven hundred dollars US or fourteen hundred and eighty two for the two head kit. And no that's not special Columbus, eight pricing someone's going to get that. And besides Columbus Day was back in October a holiday that is eventually going to disappear here in the US. And that's okay. Columbus was a giant jerk. There are any number of Italians. I'd rather have a day to honor like Louvre for Francis. He's giant and I hear he's a pretty nice guy. Not a jerk like Columbus just saying, I'm pretty sure Lou has not killed any native peoples. So does that you get a day? Now wack says that the XM T five hundred is only the first product announce that's their words as part of their exclusive relaunching, a Boeing's and remember the bones. Mount are tons and tons of adapters, and modifiers, etc. Out there for it. So that's good. And as the mothership notes, it would appear that they're wishing to clear out existing inventory of this model light ahead of some probably much better newer stuff, just a wild guess these bones lights, by the way. I don't know if you've ever used the bones light before this or any other kind, but they are absolutely built like tanks. And honestly, if you're a massive Bowen's fan, I'd wait to see what else they come up with like, I said there's other great stuff on the way since they're putting the band back together. So you might as well wait a little bit. I mean there so many other great units out there from so many other companies as well. And these units are a little bit long in the tooth. So I would say personally hold off. See what else is out there next? I think I mentioned this in a recent episode no-name photo show, but for years, I use those circular type of filters when I really should about the square kind. And when you get all locked down on a tripod and you're shooting landscapes, or what have you square is really the way you wanna go. Now, if you just outshooting, and you need something attached directly to your lands. You don't want to have a whole bunch apparatus on the front then circular, of course, makes a lot more sense. So when I learned that Ben road be sponsoring the show, I made sure to snag their one hundred millimeter master filter holder kit done in the protective carrying case is everything I needed and at a great price to we're talking their quality hundred millimeter filter holder. Like, I told you about an eighty two millimeter mounting ring, a four stop square one hundred millimeter neutral density filter a one hundred by one hundred fifty three stop soft edge, graduated ND filthy. That's not easy to say. So I can knock down the sky, and such you get the idea. They're awesome eighty two millimeter circular polarized. Hey quality filter ranch kit as well as. 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So if we're going to talk about L mount cameras, we might as well talk about L mount lenses, and not the original ones that were designed by like a for that L mount which they sigma and Panasonic now share I'm talking about the brand spanking new lenses that were created specifically for this system by Panasonic. And also what they have coming down the pike in fairly short order here and those initial lenses by them are the fifty millimeter f one point four as seventy two two hundred millimeter f for us and that twenty four to one zero five f four macro I s that I mentioned earlier which you can get bundled with the s one and s one are for nine hundred bucks on top of the price of those bodies, a savings of three hundred dollars, by the way. So if you can get your lens in a bundle. Well, you might not save a bundle in this case. But three hundred. Bucks is not too shabby now of the L mount madness Panasonic says quote, like a camera Panasonic and sigma are set to offer a user friendly solution that will allow photographers to mix and match any of the three manufacturers ABC and full frame cameras with any lens for me others product portfolios. The aim of the L mount alliance is to provide customers with a diverse and future-proof range of products, the advantages are a large inner diameter of fifty one point six millimeters that enables the realization of extremely fast lenses and extremely compact dimensions. The configuration of the lens that camera communication interfaces future-proof, and the L mount also offers an option for the construction of sealed systems that are insensitive to dust and moisture and quote, insensitive not a word that you hear every day. Now, do you know you don't now one of those lenses is the new? Sonic, s pro fifty millimeter one point four with thirteen elements in eleven groups a double focuses than that uses linear as well. Stepping Motors for four hundred eighty frames per second speed a focus clutch mechanism for instant af. Switching a focus breathing suppression mechanism for video shooters as seventy seven millimeter filter diameter or member you wanna get eighty two's, not Seventy-seven trust me on this. Unless you want to buy two of everything or three of everything your money and also eleven blades circular aperture for nice bulk gay, Anna dust, and splash proof resistant design, sadly, no seventy two hundred millimeter f two point eight online. But an F four version instead with six tops of also. Optical image stabilization when paired with an image stabilized body, it has twenty three elements in seventeen groups O'Leary motor with a MAC. Censor drive speed of four hundred eighty frames per second that focus clutch mechanism focused breathing. Suppression, a seventy seven millimeter filter thread diameter, a nine bladed circular aperture and dust in splash resistance now that twenty four to one zero five f four macro I ask and shoot point five x macro photos with a minimum focusing distance of point three meters. Also known as roughly one foot is sixteen elements in thirteen groups six stop, oh, I s when paired with ibis a linear your motor for that four hundred eighty frames per second drive speed focused breathing suppression dust splash resistance of flooring coating to repel water and oil a seventy seven millimeter filter thread, like the other ones and a nine bladed circular aperture. Panasonic says they plan to design and develop ten s pro lenses by twenty twenty as. They expand the s series lineup. And remember like an sigma will also be developing L mount glass and presumably each of them are going to do bodies as well to help flush out the system and options are good. Of course, next. The Pentax k one is still one of the sweetest DS LARs out there. I am never going to change my mind on that. It is awesomeness not the Mark to. I mean. Well, the Mark two's great. But it's a slight upgrade in my opinion over the K one. The k one is much cheaper. If you can get one new or slightly used that would be a much better by but anyhow, the K one in the K one Mark too for that matter are truly special cameras, you'd be hard pressed to find aka one or k one to user who's gonna say otherwise. So if you don't care about Marilyse that is definitely a system worth looking into especially since parent company Rico just announced two new lenses for its Pentax came out DSL ours. And they are the new HD Pentax DA star eleven eighteen millimeter f two point eight E D D C A W alphabet soup of lens and the HD Pentax FA thirty five millimeter f to now that eleven eighteen millimetres. Star series, lenses, an ABC crop lands, and it has the equivalent focal length of us seventeen to twenty seven point five millimeter lens in thirty five millimeter terms, and the company has this geared primarily towards landscape and outdoor photographers, although you could use it for anything. Of course, it has the company's high-grade HD coating to minimize flaring and ghosting to the extent that it can it has a dust and weather resistant, build a focus clamp mechanism to lock in the focal point, even if you try to rotate the focusing or he hit it accidentally. There's also do heating strip that prevents condensation without effecting operation of the focus ring, it has a nine blade rounded aperture sixteen elements in eleven groups and eighty two millimeter filter thread, see eighty two and you'll thank me later. You'll be good to go. If you've got us seventy seven millimeter filter that's going to be a problem with this lens. So don't do that to yourself. This lens also weighs in at one point five. Five pounds also known as seven hundred and four grams. So it's not super heavy. You'll be okay with it. Now that thirty five millimeter to a full frame wide angle lens and when mounted on an Apia seat crop body versus a full frame body. It's a fifty three point five millimeter lens and thirty five millimeter terms, so not wide-angle anymore at all. You would never call that wide-angle. You just wouldn't this thirty five six elements in five groups a multilayer coating to deal with flare and ghosting. It has a stain repellent. Coating a six blade aperture, a forty nine millimeter filtered thread, what you're eighty two will cover in spades and weighs in at six point eight one ounces or one hundred ninety three grams now the HD Pentax DA star eleven eighteen millimeter E, D D C A W and HD Pentax FA thirty five millimeter f two are available for preorder right now. And they're going to be available at the end of this month. Also known as February twenty nineteen. And sell for fourteen hundred dollars and four hundred dollars you us, respectively or respectfully if you say incorrectly now, I don't know about these lenses because I haven't tried them. But if you're a bit of a maverick, and you could care less about Murless Pentax k one or the K one Mark to if you want to spend more money and really not get a whole lot more is definitely worth looking at. You know, it's quite the camera. Like, I said it is excellent. It's really cool. It can to its odd-looking. It's like the stealth fighter of cameras. Also, it doesn't say canon Nikon or Sony on it. And it's still an amazing camera. Imagine that next now I'm not a big fan of shooting film, as you guys know because I don't have the time for all that nonsense. And if you're going to end up digital in my opinion, you might as well start digital why go through all those other steps, you know, I mean, they're plenty of digital filters. That will get you look of various film stocks like the ones that are. Fujifilm's cameras. And also, there's a number of cool things you can do with actual filters. Like, the new I are chrome filter from Kalari vision, which looks like it comes pretty darn close. The doing a good job of emulating. The look of Kodak aero chrome IRR film. It's been a solid decade now since Kodak ditch the film stock, but if you're able to find it twenty four exposure roll today, you can expect to pay about eighty dollars for it or eeking get one of these filters and not mess with film at all. But you're gonna have to get your camera converted a full spectrum status. And that's where most people are going to be lost. Now, if you've got a spare camera, and you've got a couple of one hundred dollars or so to have it converted along with us filter, which was created by French photographer yon Felipe and Kalari vision, you'll be able to create some pretty surreal images ones that might just breathe some new life in your photography. Now. It took about a year for him to figure out the exact train. Admission curve to reproduce the look of aero crew. My are and to my I it's close enough to call it good. This filter has an anti reflective coating to help reduce ghosting and flare laminated for a long term durability. And it also has a fused dual glass construction hit the show notes for this up Assode for the Lincoln over to the pet pixel mothership where you can have a look for yourself and with an audience as large as ours is there's a good number of people who are going to work this for tog Raphy and be happy. They did. So that is if you like photos that have trees and grass at cetera that's read in all kinds of shades of pink, and such that, hey, don't get till you try it, right? This. I are chrome filter is available in diameters from thirty seven millimeters for just fifty dollars. You us on up to ninety five millimeters for a hundred ninety bucks and again bigger than you need. And you're also going to need a camera. Like, I said that's being converted a full spectrum so Kalari vision life pixel. And a handful of others out there. We'll do that for you for like two to three hundred bucks or so. I'd like to thank you all for listening Nep Assode three twelve of the pixel photography podcast. Don't forget to check us out at Pettit pixel dot com slash podcast for the show notes. And to see what else we have for you. If you head on over there. 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Sammy Magic and The Big Cool Rock: Chapter 11

The Many Adventures of Sammy Magic

20:59 min | 9 months ago

Sammy Magic and The Big Cool Rock: Chapter 11

"Previously on Sammy magic you can tell anybody but yes, I've obtained a dragon. I gotta find a new home for this guy soon. Well, what about my brother? He's investigating dragons and I think this could actually Aid him in his research you were you got the stuff? Are you sure my brother sent you off? Oh, yeah. Yeah shock we know your brother. What are YouTube think you're doing here. What are you doing here? I didn't think you were going to show up. Well, I wasn't until I heard my letters were getting intercepted by these two Interlopers prepare for trouble and make it double that Dragon belongs to a good home. He lets out a massive explosive gust of fire breath books, like taped dragons blasting off again, they feel a gust of wind over them. As that blanket is pulled away and they turned back to see groundskeeper Williams standing there as he looks at Sammy with a sigh. I know I'd get you eventually. One week Professor kitty cat stares across her desk at both Greg Sammy and Harmony all staring officially at their feet one week of Peace one week of Peace. I've finally had kids in this school one week of being able to stare at the house standings and see Lionheart firmly plastered where it belongs at the top. One week you've given me one week of Peace Mister Magic. What are you talking about? Sammy comments looking up from the floor. I was very proud of you Sammy one week ago. I was astoundingly proud of you as I saw you leap through the air throwing caution to the wind to drop kick that child off of that broom and grasped that bronzed Falcon to secure lionheart's position as the top house in the school Where We Belong And now just one week later samet. All of your efforts, in fact all of the three of your Collective efforts through studying through training through working to be the best students. All of it is an exercise in futility. What do you mean Harmony questions terrified that all of her studying was suddenly for not I thought wage against it Professor kitty cat stares down at her desk at the three reprimands that were about to be issued to Sammy Greg and Harmony. I felt very sad part against this But after discussing things with the other three house heads and after discovering you once again creeping around this Castle after midnight, we've been left but no choice. 50 points away from Lionheart. What? No, you can't do that. No, we've we've been working hard Harmony is desperately clawing at the table begging for her points to come back. No no place. You don't understand. You can't just take fifty points away. We're not kitty cat continues. We're taking fifty points. Each she stares daggers into the trio who all stare at the ground dumbfounded in just one evening. Lionheart standing went from the very top to the very bottom and for the next month, you'll be forced to report to detention with the bear after school every day off. No, no, no, no. No, I've never had attention, please. No, please you could throw them and I don't care just not me Harmony is terrified having never received attention a day in her life packing at this sudden reprimand staring daggers into her friends that drug her into this. I'm sorry Greg responds staring at me with tears in her eyes the following day the trio walked through the halls and hee-ro whispered hisses coming from their fellow lionheart's as they look up to discover that board dead. Where the lionheart's sat at the bottom of the school rankings? Hello Fair. Magic. How are you doing? Sammy? Here's a voice roam rushed through the crowd and he clenches his fists prepping to just unleash a massive punch as the bad boy. Barry snake-man comes stumbling up to him. Look. I understand you look a little bit angry, but I just wanted to come and thank you. I mean come on. I mean, I was really worried about you for a while in really seemed like you were working hard that climbed the rankings to become the top of the pops and yet Rude Boys Are Back on Top baby and it is all thanks to you in fact, ladies and gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen gather around gather around a large crowd gathers around the trio and Barry Stegman. I would just like to extend a firm school. Thank you to these three Sammy magic Greg Ginger and Harmony smarts the trio responsible for me being at the very top where the snake-men deserve to be off my right folks. He attempts to start a slow clap, but no one joins in mostly a bunch of groans and angry stares are thrown our treos way. We can't do this anymore. What Harmony responds to Sammy who's staring down and fury looking at that clenched fist? We can't keep doing this. We can't keep sneaking around. We can't keep investigating. It's tougher or else. We risk the pizza party Greg gasps coming back as Harmony stops him. But okay, I understand. Yeah pizza party big deal, right? But Monday we are on the verge of discovering one of the biggest mysteries the school has we can't suddenly stopped it because of a pizza party. Can we? Yes, we have took in this not for me not for you, but for kittykat fine Harmony responds as she rushes off to her next class books clad in hand off Greg merely stares at Sammy walking away disappointed in his friends lack of ambition towards their Adventure. They had been working for months to achieve and Sammy Sammy went back to becoming a normal student. And that's where our story would end if it wasn't for a week later. Sammy was rushing between classes desperately trying to make his way towards history when he heard a voice. All right. I understand. You don't have to talk to me like that. It's it's fun. No. No, please I'll do it. I'll do it. Just shut up. You can't be talking about this that loud wage was the voice of Professor Nave Sammy turns a corner and discovers Professor Nave in his office his back to the door talking to some mysterious figure inside off. Just don't worry. I'll figure it out. I'll figure it out. I'll take care of all of it. I I Believe In This I Believe in Us We can get it Sammy attempted to just get rid of that conversation. Sammy attempted to reject everything that he heard but he just couldn't that voice that that threatening voice coming towards Nave. It was just too powerful and Sammy knew he had to do something guys. I think rickman's behind something he was talking to professor and they've earlier today and it sounded very threatening. Wait. How do you know? It's Rickman Craig comments as they rushed towards detention for that day. He's like the most evil guy in the story. It has to be him. There's no way it's anybody else Sammy comments as Harmony flips through a book looking up the definition of the word red herring. Look. I'm just saying we have to investigate this further. And as Sami says this offer a light appears in both of his friends eyes looking up as they realize Sammy wants to get the gang back together. Sammy is demanding their Adventure continued dead. Look the bear will fall asleep Midway through detention. As soon as he does we sneak out and we start investigating the trio elated Lee skipped towards detention with the bear greets them a welcoming smile. Or Grimace, who knows it's the bear. You can't really see anything underneath that beard. Hello dieldrin. It is very good to see you because today's detention is going to be a little bit different. Oh God. No today's detention. We're going to the Forbidden Forest all four of you. For Sammy comments as he looks down to discover Barry snake man sitting in a desk in front of the bear. Looks like we're going to go demon-hunting demon-hunting Sammy responds. It's not a demon. Look, I understand you three have been spending all year getting in trouble attempting to be heroes. Well tonight should be a hero and you won't get in trouble for it. What are you talking about? Sammy questions as they begin their Trek towards the Forbidden Forest. Well, as you know, I am yeah, I guess you could call The Keeper of the forest. I know all of the animals. I know all of their tracks and I know that this this isn't good the bear comments as he rushed towards a massive pile of shimmering rainbow blood. He leans down dipping a finger in it smelling it before confirming Unicorn Blood. Something has been rushing around by Forest harming my animals. It is up to us to discover who it is, but we must be careful. Whoever sheds the blood of a unicorn has to be one of the most evil creatures in existence song by Sammy questions. It's a unicorn it's like one of the most beautiful things of all time. I mean, I'm sorry, would you be cool with like murdering that In Cold Blood would you be cold in like stomping on the puppy dog head? Like no dude, you gotta be evil to kill an animal like this Jesus. Okay. So what's the plan with Sammy comments? Well, we're going to split up. It's the only way we can cover the entire Forest Greg and Barry are going to be joined by my dog companion Jessica Bose. Don't worry. She doesn't bite much and Harmony you and Sammy are going to come with me. If any of you find anything blood tracks anything suspicious call for us and we'll take care of it. Okay, Greg comments as he looks over at Barry who's just glaring at him excited about all of the antibiotic. They can get up to in the woods. What's the matter Jinja we're going to have us one very very fun time out here. Come on, let's go find a unicorn murderer. Very places his arm off and Greg and begins rushing him into the forest. Meanwhile Our Heroes take off in the exact opposite direction. So just what should we make small talk? Sammy comments looking anticipatorily at the bear. Oh well started. Let's see. Weather is nice. Isn't it? Tell me about the rock now. What rock I don't know what you're talking about. Yes, you do. Sammy Returns the song easily. We've talked to you about the rock bear. We've talked to you about Nikki flannel. We know that he was one of the associates of grumble bomb and we know that he made the big cool rock. So please spit up some information big dog. We can't just keep walking around here aimlessly. The big cool rock is dead vessel of infinite power. Nikki flannel ended up using it to give himself eternal life. And with that eternal life. He has been tracking across the country desperately trying to recover The Rock. Y Sammy wonders out loud because Sammy eternal life is not all that. It's cracked up to be I mean the big man got bored after just twenty years after thought. He just tried to find a way to end the pain. He's become a ghost of his former self. You see Sammy death is necessary wage, if brutal and painful, it stops the pain of the world from getting into you. It stops. It stops to hurting and unfortunately for Nikki flashlight is paying never ceased. Well, this seems relatively dark for a children's book, but that's cool. So Nikki flannels been searching for The Rock. But unfortunately, we are terrified of letting it get into the wrong hands meanwhile in the alternate side of the woods Greg and Barry are searching throughout the forest wage, you know something this dog seems relatively cool. I think we could probably just you know pop back for a few. I think there's a movie on tonight in the common room. If you want to go check it out. I think I'd rather search for a murderer in the woods than hang out with you sneaking Greg Returns the comment with vitriol and his mouth. All right. I'm just saying it's Fast and the Furious 6 and that's that's the one where it gets crazy. I heard that going to space next quit being nice to me. Why you being nice to me? Oh, I'm just saying the whole rudeboys thing. It's just it's just an Choi. Google honestly we're not bad people. We're just you know, someone's got to look out for all Numero Uno. And so we do at this point. I've got no reason to be mean to any of you rude boys or at the very top of the leaderboard with nobody showing signs of catching up. So what harm is it to be nice to you off? It's only game ginger and I've played you like fools for months, but now that the game's over and I'm definitely winning. I see no need to keep playing with you little toys anymore. I surprisingly I think I preferred it when you were just a jerk Greg comments quietly. I mean people aren't just means for an end. You can just use us to get what you want with that comment Barry looks over and discovers a massive pit while smirking I actually think I can from across the woods Harmony Sammy and the bear hear the sound of Greg screaming in pain rushing down a hill with the trio all rush back towards the other group as Jessica bones barks with Fury alerting them to their location quick, quick, please. Help pour change has been injured. That's funny. Ginger injure poor ginger has been injured. He fell into the bottom of this pit. I think it's it's only up to I guess it's only up to us to save him very falsely calls out for help. When suddenly the bear Sammy and Harmony rush out from some underbrush to approach him Auberge. Thank God, you're here a port porch Ginger. He he fell down into this pit and well given that I'm his partner. I I feel like it's only fair that I carry him back to the school. I can help him. I can take him to the nurse's office or whatever right? It's fine. Do you know when Fast and the Furious 6 starts though? Cuz I've really got to get to that. No, you will not be doing anything fast or Furious tonight. The bear returns know you are going to be teaming up with Sammy for the rest of this Expedition take Jessica bones with you. Me and Harmony are going to take dog. Back to the school you to be safe. Okay, all of that backfired a bit, didn't it? Very comments to himself as he Sammy and Jessica Bowens go out into the forest when suddenly wage they see a small trail of blood leading through some brush and as our heroes and also villain, I would never refer to bury snake-men as a hero creep through that underbrush, they discover a dead unicorn laying in a pile of that beautiful rainbow blood and a darkened figure of coming from within the forest approaching it slowly Sammy grunts as pain shoots through his arm that Rune beginning to Glow green and glow brighter and brighter and brighter causing Barry snake meant to look down with a start. Okay. This is way above my pay grade. So I think I'm going to skedaddle actually come with me if you want to live. Or don't I don't care and with that Barry snake-men and Jessica bones rush off through the forest leaving Sami alone in his arm in pain that figure leans down in front of that unicorn and begins to lap up its blood and with each following drink from that pool of blood the pain in his arm of growing firmer and firmer. He looks down and he sees that green Rune slowly turned a dark demonic shade of red as Sammy looks up to see the figure shown now glaring at him he stares down and he sees the Rune slowly undo itself unraveling on its arm almost erasing itself off from existence Sammy panics and begins to scramble backwards as that figure stares at him and moves closer and closer and closer same he gets up and begins to run but em, Immediately trips over his own feet and Falls as he sees the last of that room a race itself from his arm and Sammy magic passage out Into Darkness. Thank you for listening to The Many Adventures of Sammy magic and an extra. Thank you goes to all the people who helped this show happen on our patreon go to page load of BS to support the entire BS Network and all of its Productions additional thanks to Umbria for our music and to Orion I brought from the lavender lemon a collective for our album art as always make sure to go to merge. A load of pure BS. 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"All right. So during the break the lions pick. Let's go right to that Saddam Shaquille. Sean here Kirk Morrison here draft special go ahead. Played the eighth pick in the two thousand nineteen NFL draft. The Detroit Lions TJ Hopkinton. So keys that who you Jacksonville is gonna take tax Bill would take the tide in from Iowa and TJ Harkinson. But this makes a lot of sense for Detroit Detroit me looking for tied in for quite some time. But you also gotta understand. Yeah. Whether this what is this regime? Come from. They came from New England, right? So everything they're doing a copycat of what the New England Patriots do. Right. Hide ends Kaczynski Hernandez that sort of thing they traded their receivers traded received. This is what they do. So I don't mind it. It's not bad. I don't mind it at Hopkinson. Yeah. I mean look salts Rhine ready. It's more out of Iowa. I mean, yeah, it's it's what they're looking for within that division. You gotta remember that planning Chicago. They're gonna Green Bay. Who knows that guy the cold weather outdoors that whole deal? Yeah. Well, it's a copycat league Jewish. Yeah. When I say copycat Lee what works for one team. Yeah. People say, oh, I want that too. So the two titans in his draft from Iowa. I you have TJ Hodkinson and the other one's gonna be no effect. Right. Right. So what Detroit is hoping is that they can get what the San Francisco forty Niners got out of there tied him out of Iowa. This year was a guy named George coup. Right. The NFL records for tied in. That's right receiving yards down here. So just this. What I call everybody. I it's a copycat league. Oh, I like that I want that. And I'll give you this. This is more that always look at the highest pay strength coach in college football, Alabama. No, no, I that's right. I guide him by seventy seven hundred. Sixty five thousand so these guys come in Ray to play strong as an ox, and they can give you what the graphic like he was talking about earlier guys who can block and eight hundred grand living in damone wherever Neil Kinnock stadium. Yeah. I wouldn't her to grant had a lot of money. Hell, yeah. Look it up. No live eight hundred thousand man to be a strength coach for him. Yeah. But I mean, there's a sisters don't make that kind of money. But I'm just saying well, you look at you look at their players that come from Iowa. Yeah. They ready. Do they come into the league ready? Okay. When I say ready, they may not win championships or the always gonna be solid. I well, they're not going. You know, they have a couple of years. They're really up, but then they're just right here at even keel, but their players to the National Football League they play right away. So let's review where we're at right now. The number one picking the draft was Kyla Murray. He went to the Arizona Cardinals. Number two was Nick Boza to the San Francisco forty Niners defensive out of Ohio State, Quinton Williams defensive tackle from Alabama went number three to the jets. And then things got interesting the raiders at number four to Cleland feral, the defensive end of Clemson the highest mock draft, I saw Cleland Farrell going was twenty one. Okay. Then who is next then the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We're on the clock and. They took Devon whites. Right. They took Devon wide at five. Then things got interesting again because the New York Giants were on the clock, and they took Daniel Jones out of Duke. Josh Allen the outside linebacker sliced defensive end from Kentucky went pick seven to the Jacksonville Jaguars TJ Hopkinson the tight, and we were just discussing Iowa Wint pick number eight to the Detroit lion. And his name is Chris Doel, by the way, the the strip coach for I will Chris deal. But look we're almost ten picks in so we nine picks in but Buffalo's picks in and we got ten is Denver. We haven't heard one trade yet. Not yet. Not yet ills around the clock in the interesting thing is there's a lot of great talent still left on a board from Ed Oliver on down the to Jona Williams the tackle two quarterback Dwayne highest gins Devon and linebacker from Michigan. So it's a lot of great talent that still on the board with a long ways to go in this draft. So I'm sure at some point time as it continues to go you'll see some trays hap, how do you guys? Feel about at Oliver out of Houston because they're not known for defense that particular squad. But is he a good enough player to translate to the next level? Oh guy. Yes. The thing is he playing hard nose position at Houston where he was getting double and triple team a lot his his game certainly will transfer over into the national football, all that dot Kirs. Roger Goodell with the bills pick. And the two thousand nineteen Abell draft. The Buffalo Bills. Select Ed Oliver. There is. So here you you are right here. He goes the buffalo. He's a lot like an air. Donna, you compare them air dollar because of the size. So the first thing you say is size is arms strength. Here's a guy right here who could create having a lot of people are down a work down on him, partly because he didn't finish the season at times he got into a major Applewhite over a stinking red jacket. I remember that whole deal. So people saw that he's he's got. So all of a sudden, you know, how the National Football League is George now. I get this guy shoes heritage in. So that's what it all started. But hey, I'm happy for him. I'm glad that he went where he went. He's going to be a hell of a player in football league. And you're looking for a job. Yeah. But he's also another guy who had a chance to to stand up. Meet a had a couple of Houston game 'specially this year the one game that I had they played against Tulsa this year in the one thing about an Oliver was he got hurt against navy. Like, you mentioned he was double teams guys coming underneath. He has the ability to not only. Dropping coverage. I actually put a did a side by side comparison of Aaron Donald at Pittsburgh, not in the NFL. But Aaron Donald at Pittsburgh in Oliver and car this dude is athletic. He runs sideline Ceylon. And remember he feels a need for buffalo who retired for the Buffalo Bills this year. Cow will tackle he is. Now, they're Kyle Wilms replacement. That's why you go out and draft at Voller. I don't think that they thought he would be there at pick nine. I don't think he thought he was gonna be there. And I've said it before you this draft is is fluid because you thinking this may happen. But all of a sudden at all what at all. Lot to Aaron Donald his no question. Look any beat the double team. We're watching here in the studio on television. He just split the double team. Now, you look at Aaron Donald here against looks like Philadelphia Seattle Seahawks. He splits the double there. I mean, it's washed. It's unbelievable. His power his strengthen his low centre gravity. He has a lot of Warren Sapp in him. He has a lot of an Donald in him. So I think he's gonna be a terrific player for a long time to come for the Buffalo Bills. So next is the Denver Broncos. They're on the clocks tackle, six minutes to go. There. You think they're going to go off and show. Maybe like a resign. Gary thing or you mean offense. Okay. I would be shocked how about John Williams from Alabama. It wouldn't be chocolate took away Haskins. No, I think that they go. Joe flacco. Yeah. Because he can learn sit behind Joe Joe's a one year one year type guy urban Meyer said that he thinks it's best for joins to sit a year. Yes. Yeah. Absolutely. All young quarterbacks with a veteran that can play all of them that that that have veteran guy in when you young you should sit you shouldn't play immediately. I don't think so I just don't think unless you just absolutely ready. I think just tackle were tied in. And the reason why it goes back to my theory and looking in my division. Do I have a tackle that can go out and stop guys like, you know, say the raiders, but you look at Melvin Ingram. You look at Joey Bosa with the chargers now, the raiders, we don't know what. Cleveland Farrell's going to die. Right. Right. But Arden key. Okay. And then you look at the chiefs. They got Frank Clark. Right. Yeah. So if I'm Denver I got Joe flacco unbelieving Joe flacco. But the one thing about Joe flacco you better have some time for allow him to throw. He is. Not a rhythm quick throw passer. He's a guy that wants to take five seven step drops get the ball deep down the field. So that's why I think he could be a situation where they can draft a tackle here. All right. So when we come back, we'll have the Broncos pick. They're coming up. And of course, Cincinnati Green Bay and Miami after that stick around Sodano show NFL draft special Keyshawn tear Kirk Moore's since here. But before that, I gotta tell you, man. You know, my buddy Jacob man, the mini get join accent even calling the insurance company. Call Jacob man, right now, look there's a lot of accents going on with. Uber's lifts and everybody's got different rights. What does that mean? Well, I'm talking about what if you're a passenger in the Berlet, you've got different rights, you got different rising. You're actually driving to berlitz. How 'bout you get hit by someone driving number lift all those are different man. And Jacob knows all the different specialties there. So we get into an accident make mistake don't wait to call. It could cost you a ton of money, man. And of course, there's all that headache of you do everything by yourself. So man, get this do do what everyone around here has been doing call Jacob. And you don't have to do this. You don't have to pay a penny. Man until he wins so him and his team can get you the money you deserve. And the do all the work to make the phone calls handle the paperwork set up the doctor's appointments, whatever the case may be if you're injured or an accident. First thing I thought I call Jacob Jacob Jacob the consultation is free. You heard that? Right. Call them twenty four hours a day at eight four four twenty four Jacob that's eight four four twenty four Jacob or online at called Jacob dot com. Sonata show here on ESPN LA NFL draft special. We've got another half hour here keys here Kirk here. And we have a trade. The Denver Broncos traded with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Steelers selected pick looking like it's going to be a defensive player. The Denver Broncos have traded the pick to the Pittsburgh Steelers. For Pittsburgh pick. Please welcome back to the stage nineteen Seventy-nine Walter Payton NFL man of the year hall of Famer and Steeler legend, Joe green. Two thousand eighteen NFL. The Pittsburgh Steelers. Devon. Devin Bush linebacker, Michigan Kirk what do you got? No. So they trade it with the Denver Broncos. So the Broncos now go to pick twenty in replace of the Pittsburgh Steelers. They also get the Steelers second round pick, which is pick fifty two. They'll get next year. Third round pick in the twenty twenty drafts got traded basically three picks for Devin Bush the Pittsburgh Steelers. Devon Bush's father was a defensive back at Florida state and played for the Rams actually to if I recall correctly, so key. What do you think of the pick of Devon Bush? I like it. I think David bushes a hell of a football player. He's a lot in the clone of Deir Brooks type, not as you know, not as fast, but he he has the sideline sideline awareness athletic ability. He's a smaller linebacker five eleven two hundred and thirty pounds, but you know, in the NFL and especially with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Title. They like smaller guys. Yeah. They have a lot of those small last year in the second round dairies litter the best linebacker taking he was actually the best defensive player of the rookie defensive player of the year by the Annapolis colts. Right. Then think about this copycat league again to inside linebackers key drafted in the top team. So what was the last year? We've seen to inside not outside pass rusher. Two inside linebackers drafted in the top ten of the NFL draft. I have no idea. I'll tell you this. According to pro football, focus, Devon Bush was excellent Blitzer top-five pass rushing. Great among all off ball linebackers the past two seasons while he was at Michigan. So certainly a guy that can get to the quarterback from that inside position. Look the Steelers played at three four that you know, they're gonna they're gonna come at you from all different angles. Their defense has lacked right over the last couple of years. It's not what we've been accustomed to. Say Ryan Zere got injured in. That's what it is. The bingles pick is in. And the two thousand nineteen NFL draft the Cincinnati Bengals select Joe, William tackle, Alabama. So they you go they're going to protect their quarterback in Andy Dalton and perhaps, you know. Well, the thing about this another two years ago, they got cheap. Think about it Cincinnati Bengals being cheap. We've heard that before. But they didn't wanna pay Andrew Whitworth right in the ramp set will will pay him. He's been a amok outs for the Rams. Okay. So they'd had you know, Zach Taylor. Who was the Rams what offense coordinator where quarterbacks coach last year offense slash offense coordinator. What does he do? He says, you know, what? Yeah. I like, I need a tackle. 'cause I know what a tackle can do for my quarterback. He goes out and gets Jona Williams. It's almost like McVeigh all over the interesting thing about that last pick. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh went up to get Devon Bush because Cincinnati was trying to replace Burfoot right with Devon Bush. And then all of a sudden they saw let me move up. Yeah. So basically this falls into their lap. I don't think Cincinnati wanted to do it. But it was sitting there in wind up taking so John Williams who is the office of tackle from Alabama. When they do HIV should've went to USC his bio, he's from Folsom, California. He was a high school teammate of Jake. Br. Downing of the Washington huskies. And it's funny on his little bio, they said enjoys cooking. Now, I feel like that they didn't get that. When you guys were drafted that in had that kind of have social media. No. But it says on on the I was at the draft. So I really didn't get a chance to see. What was what was said for you key? What have been your hobby back in nineteen ninety five or six or whatever they probably would have had a little bit sports loves playing basketball. Yeah, they they didn't get in-depth cooking and things that I wasn't a big ugly. He's got he's got cook. Did you say rollerskating rose? Looking at crowd. It's crazy. They say there's one hundred thousand people there that's Nashville to thing. I think come to Vegas next year and in the year after already looking forward. Oh, man, we all site kilos starts. This guy. Keep them all he'll be all site. Key doesn't love because what happens is what happens when you start playing a little bit. Just doesn't go will doesn't go with bring that thing to LA. You already know, man. They'll be right here. That's different though. Stay. We'll probably be at the new stadium network the whole deal in that was this coming this. So. Nashville surrounded by so many football cities and states, you know, not drive or tra- not far from Mississippi so drive. There's no quite everybody wants Vegas vacation in an L A vacation in web is always going to be good in these places this time of year. So next up are the Green Bay Packers. My guess is they're going to go defense here. That's that's what I would do because just pay down Roger. So we're gonna take a quick break. We're back in less than three minutes in three minutes. We'll be back and we're going to have the Green Bay Packers pick. He's here. Kirk Moore's here's Sodano show NFL draft special. But I gotta take my friends at the dudes brewing company five tasted rooms in southern California Torrance, Santa Monica, Santa Clara, Huntington beach Thousand Oaks to order beer from the source go to their website the dudes brew dot com. We're back in three minutes with the Packers Pickett twelve. All right. So these Sodano show NFL draft extravaganza. Let's go to the podium for the Green Bay Packers pick burst in the floor era. Let's see where they go. Wiz. He. In the two thousand nineteen NFL draft the Green Bay Packers. Select we're Sean Gerry. Linebacker Michigan defensive pick their keys year, Kurt cheer key. What do you think you don't think is a good pick? You you pair him. We Kinney Clark the rest of the lose CLYDE Matthews Julius when I needed to ask them defense adept air Raja's. Did he picked the number y receives last year young receivers? I think at some point time they got address the running back situation. But this year is a good pick for them. Now. I don't know about the production at times at the university of Michigan. He didn't necessarily have a high motor every single week. But he certainly was a productive player for you. He was a highly talented player coming out of high school out of New Jersey. So it's a good pick. I think that when you look at the value for him again this draft is loaded with defense alignment a defensive players. And he's wanted to guys that's been at the top of the draft says to beginning. I love it, man. This is. So you get Rashawn Gary. Right. They also bring him ever Preston. Smith the defensive in linebacker, free agent stuff. They went to Zaharia Smith. Also the linebacker. I paid him some money out of Baltimore. And so remember who their defensive coordinator is now Mike ped-, right? Mike Penn is about the bring back that all Rex Ryan. They blitz defense air coming from all different angles now. Yeah. That's Mike pet new. So and even when he was the head coach over. In in Cleveland. Yeah. The defense has never been a problem. Yeah. You give Aaron Rodgers defense. Yeah. Now, you talk about a guy who can get the ball back. Yeah. Man this. This is a good value pick, you know, for a guy like you mentioned the SOS do came to school. You know, he was doing three years, and he was out she left after a second year, George for sure. Yeah. There's any doubt. And again, you pay down Rogers you gotta load up on defense now to help him out. And as you mentioned, Mike Petain's aggressive. The dolphins around the clock. Now's about five minutes to go. We'll keep you updated. Dwayne Hoskins is the guy there. Right. If they don't get the Rosen deal. Right. I wouldn't you. Yeah. Why? When you you know, you need a quarterback of the future. You have the the fit rioters, patching, stopgaps, whatever. And then you roll into the way Dwayne ask is been sitting for very long time. Now where you. If the dolphins take him. I think the Redskins Willett fourteen right? If the risk is don't move ahead and trade for the trade often saucer because the dolphins can do that. And get the fifteen. I'm sorry. Fifteen Redskins are fifteen because if the Redskins straight up with the dolphins they can have that draft capital for Josh Rosen. If that's what they want. If that's what they wanna do. I surprised that he's still kind of sitting. I thought for sure when you look at the quarterbacks that or any NFL whether it's Peyton Manning in the past. Whether it's Tom Brady, Dwayne Haskins is really close to that style. Don't look at the don't look at the numbers in the years in a hall of fame credentials in the Super Bowl mechanics is what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the football IQ mechanics athletic ability. He reminds a lot of people of those type of quarterbacks big subzero refigerator statue tied guys with soft bodies. He has a soft body. He is not eight Cam Newton. Looking quarterback is not a mobile quarterback. He's aggressor a pocket passer. So I think that this could be the pick for them. Because again floors has come from New England Patriots seen Garoppolo. He's seeing what they had there in Tom Brady. So I'm sure he's probably pinching in general Majete and saying, hey, let's take a look at this at Haskins sitting there, and it'll be a great pick form at thirteen. Yeah. It's gonna be fascinating to see. Now where this goes to the quarterback stuff. Again, gets very interesting because I don't love I didn't love all the quarterbacks in this draft. I mean, I liked Askins is the guy like the most because I feel like he's most he could be most successful in the NFL as you pointed out because I still think in the NFL you gotta play from the pocket guy. Yes. Yeah. For as much as you mobility can help and look Aaron Rodgers mobile. Clearly, Russell Wilson is mobile, but those guys can still perform between the tackles, which is the most innocent different type of mobile, right? I mean, they they're they're Rogers in Russell Wilson aren't running quarterback right there. Just. Guys that can escape the pocket in by themselves. A lot of time with their feet and keep their head head is down field and deliver the football. And I think the way it Haskins somewhat in a little bit of that mode. But at the same time, he he is a lot like Tom Brady a lot like Peyton Manning in terms of the body. Type interesting is I mean, if the dolphins don't go here. Washington doesn't have to trade up and they get their guy. Right. They g- Washington needs a quarterback. It's not even a question. Yeah. Poor Alex Smith. Keenum Zere pointy. Dog just laugh poor Alex Smith, he's made like seven hundred million dollars. And he broke his leg. He'll be. We'll be able to you know, they thought for a second might not be able to walk hidden just thought it was not I thought it was not being able to play football. No, no. Well, they also had an infection. Yes. That was the part, but they got case keenum air in place. Right. They make seven hundred million dollars. It feels like Z does love him. So there's that he made a lot of money and Elsie loves it. But Washington wasn't going anywhere with him. Anyway. Right. So they were best they were five hundred type team. So that's the deal, but the pig is in but the parents the draft is in commercial. So so we'll have the pick from the dolphins here momentarily. So there you have it. We'll have it here in just a second. But in the interim, here's some names that are still on the board here Andre Dillard, Washington offensive lineman. He's a guy that's still on the board Cody Ford, Oklahoma is on the board offense align right now defense everybody's going defense. I know a fan tight end that you were talking earlier. Yeah. But here's the pay card is let's do it. Roger Goodell for the dolphins pick. The clock. Yep. Might want to here we go. We know what it is. Let's go to Roger Goodell. Where the thirteenth pick in the two thousand nineteen NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select Christian Wilkins. So what do you make of that no Haskins again? I mean, they're rebuilding their team Brian floors defensive guy. But I mean, it seems strange that Integra cornerback. I like it. I like Chris Wilken there at the defensive tackle spotty opens up things for Raikov McMillan, a number two pick that they had a couple years ago at the live bugger spa allows him to be able to move around some, but you also are dealing with a defensive coordinator who's the head coach. So you know, what that means? He's got to go heavy defense McMillan plug by kisha say that I like to had a big dude in front of. Absolutely all swim around saying is a guy who watched the dolphins for many years with Tim Bowens garner for Zach Thomas, you want someone like that. I think about this. Who was the most productive player drafted in two thousand four by the patriots played there. Forever guy went to Miami guy by the name of Vince, wolf work. And krista. We'll have more athletic Vince, Wilford a little bit lighter. You can move splits. Aired and they keep showing it. But that's what Brian floor is has now. Okay. This is how you kinda start. Your defense starts in the middle up front. Now, you've got your big doll. And it you start moving all the way back. So it's going to help out. You know, I think this linebacking corps like you mentioned. But also help Fitzpatrick help out Rashad John those guys in the back end as well. This is a big it's a pick, you know, and he comes from a program to that's the one thing that Cleland Farrell goals. I right. He we didn't expect him to go. First of all the guy we thought it was going to be Wilkins went Ryan him. But these all these passionate football players to and that's what I think separates Wilkins from some of the other players. Man. This is good. Atlanta and in Washington, and that's it has definitely going defense right line that can go off the vice their corners. Spicer quarterbacks. I think that that's something that they wanna do. They could go cornerback here in this in this draft. You've got greedy, William Sydney. Are you got the Baker sitting here, you've got the bakers from Georgia area? So they see him up close you got greedy. You've got by Murphy. So I think that they could potentially go corner in this spot or often in their secondary Ardy offense alive position to Cody four could be a guy that can play tackle a guard out of Oklahoma. Then Matthews over to the right? So they can go either way here. That's a dusty little Duffy mental part. They just show like five people in there. It wasn't a good. Look. This is fun. This is so much fun. Oh, God this show. Let's catch you up on where you're out of. You're just tuning in. We got about another five six minutes here on the show for us. Kyla Murray went one Nick Boza went to to the Niners Quinton Williams defensive tackle Bama. Went three to the jets. Cleland Farrell went four to the raiders in a big surprise. Devon, white when five to the bucks inside linebacker LSU. Another surprise Daniel Jones quarterback from Duke went to the giants. Josh Allen the outside linebacker from Kentucky. When seven to the Jaguars TJ Hopkinson not to be confused. The haka son in Vegas tied in Iowa went to the lion's at eight and Oliver defensive tackle Houston who reminds people have Aaron Donald went to number nine Devin Bush inside linebacker Michigan. Pick tend to the Steelers pick eleven was Joan Williams offensive tackle, California kid from Alabama. With the Bengals Rashawn Gary defensive and Michigan win twelve to the Green Bay Packers and Christian Wilkins divas of tackle. Clemson went thirteen to the dolphins. And the Atlanta Falcons, the pick is in Suzy Hct is talking to Christian Wilkins, but we'll wait to hear when Roger Goodell's speaks. There's been three AFC teams all drafted. Yeah. And all three of them have all taken defensive tackle the jet. I try Tom Brady. They've been trying to do that for how many years now push up the middle to a lot. What are they like nine visit titles at a row or something like that? While there was one minute in two thousand eight when Chad Pennington went to the doll was the only year they didn't win. So that's about nine in a row. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Trust me. I know show anyway. So we'll see what happens with Atlanta would try to see what probably just get this pig in to be honest. And then we're going to be off the air. And then we'll turn it over to ESPN radio Dari noca-, and those guys will have the call for you from the rest of the night. And there's also said I was a sixteen year old scrolling through my Instagram. I like the picture of somebody. I knew with a girl. There's nothing racist about the picture. Obviously there some bad things in the hash. But obviously, I wasn't reading all those pictures. Right. Yeah. And that's and that's fine. Now, it's time to play. Right. So all of that stuff that you know that happens. They're gonna look at him. Cross steel. Here's the falcons in nineteen NFL draft. The Atlanta Falcons like Chris Lindstrom guard Boston. They would go off into line if they didn't go defensive back. They would go off a lot of tackle guard combination they coat. They didn't take Cody four. They took Christmas from Boston College, which is a stud. I mean, he's a power power guy. Nice punchy. Also, if you look at Boston College offense alive, and no they turn out to be pretty good their running back mazing in a lot of that is their offense of line whether they're nasty and his dad played four years. Go figure. Yeah. And his and his cO. You got that pedigree is just getting nasty, man. Yes. All it is. That's all it is. And and we look at Atlanta. They gotta get back to getting run the football again. They don't have Tevin Coleman. He's no longer there. Right. So as devante Freeman and. I don't know where I with Matt Ryan, you know, what I mean because he had the one you don't know. What do you mean? Don't know because we saw what he looked like what Kyle Shanahan and then when Kyle Shanahan left the offense, look different. And you could even get Julio to ball to in the end zone member last year. Julia was like a lot of. Yeah. Steve. Circasians back. So that's naral keys, Alabama, Alabama. Sorry, I'm sorry. You got sell fire. You got to sell fire. So I'm sorry about that. Yeah. But who's a Daryl Bevill who's Jero Bellevue? Seattle is in Atlanta who had a relationship with Dan Quinn. Dan Quinn, because they went to the Super Bowl ago, man. I I've been getting all these maybe moving so much, but it's part of coaching. Tree miss the tree is I'll take care. You take care of me scratch your back out scratch yours. That's the way it works. So you get a job. I'll take care. You. Don't worry. So Washington is at pick fifteen. I don't know if we'll be able to make that happen here because we're doing a half minutes. Yeah. And two and a half minutes. We'll turn it over will break. We'll turn it over to Dr Noga, ianfitzsimmonsespn keys buddy might Tenenbaum and Chris Canty will be on the call here for years. Offense, coordinator, focus forget that. No dirt cutter. That's right. I think Darryl went to the knee. Go to Jacksonville are. No, no, no, no. That was a. No, no, no, no. Minnesota. And then he got fired and he came over with Nick foles. Yeah. What did they go Jacksonville? Oh, jacksonville. Yeah. You got me. I'm screw say. Minnesota came over with Nick foles by go. No. It was the offense coordinator. Oh, not Jansky Sipa. It's an Italian. Yeah. Yeah. Sipa Chelea something like that kind of the falcons to no office coordinator. Nets and Jacksonville Jaguars CPA. Sally zippo Sally. And I. John D, Filipo, whatever saying Sally, fifth below outta talion. You are right. Yeah. New couldn't exactly get it. Right. I was close it in him so cutter. That's what is so what do we make of what we've seen the first half of the draft basically some winners and some losers. How about that tank? You I mean, it was interesting raiders draft grade go f- f minus man, no f plus. I call it a sea right now because it was a lot of people had them lower. He comes out, and he has an outstanding year we can say that. But I think the biggest thing for me. I always said at two linebackers drafted in the top ten this has been a defensive dominant drought. Still at a first round is the Steelers coming up to get Devon Bush. I think that's that's the pick of the first of the first of the the first row so far. So there you have it makes you tune into Keyshawn l z and Travis tomorrow morning from six to ten and of course, Kirkeby back in here. We made them are like around the second row analyze what the Rams did. Obviously tomorrow's well. Thanks guys for hanging out. Thanks to funchess and Mike as well. We'll talk to you tomorrow ESPN radio is up next. So stay tuned. We'll talk to you Marsha.

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Best of The Herd for Jan 28, 2020

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

42:16 min | 1 year ago

Best of The Herd for Jan 28, 2020

"Hey guys it's bobby bones host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show wish our allies we tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world that we possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music to wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point. Seven W M Z view in Washington. DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Thanks for listening to the best of heard. PODCAST be sure to catch US live every weekday from twelve to three eastern eastern nine to noon Pacific on Fox sports radio and F S One. Find your local station for the hurt at Fox sports radio DOT COM or stream. It live every day on the iheartradio APP by searching heard. It is the best of the herd with Colin calver on Fox sports radio. Live live in beautiful Miami. This is at the her wherever you may be however you may be listening we are on Iheartradio we all. We are on Fox sports radio and we are on F s one we have a star studded show. Today we thank you so much for joining us. There are a lot of choices. Choices out there. Joy Taylor is joining me. Her brother the hall of Famer. Jason Taylor will be joining us on the show today. I'm going to pepper him with questions about joys George Childhood so get ready very excited for that it is. It is much brighter and warmer than it was yesterday. It was a little little cold overcast. We we are in full Miami. Swing now here on South Beach by the way. There are a lot of amazing cities. I do apologize for the rest of the American cities. But let's just hold all the Super Bowl's here. Yes last night went to an. Argentinian steakhouse in Miami. We're doing music. I not sure I slept. It was just they have left left my own persona in Los Angeles. Let's laser paradise. Let's start with this. I'm reading a story. We have perhaps perhaps many believed the best football player in America in the Super Bowl. Patrick Mahomes it's a remarkable story. Yesterday we talked about the similarities with Kobe. Bryant not drafted one two three four five six drafted and overlooked. Dad Played Pro. Sports Falls into really good coaching being as he enters the NBA or NFL and they were asked very early. Patrick mahomes now Kerry be the face of the franchise. I think he can do it but I wanna talk about Jimmy Garoppolo. What am I things about? Sports is finding the gem before we all know. It's obvious couple of days ago. I saw on the Internet. Derek jeter the scouting report in high school the Scout for the Yankees in highschool talked about Derek jeter and he's like five tool star and house like if this was up for auction. I would buy it. It's fascinating I remember having a high school conversation in a prelude of my best friend Jack Jones in highschool in nineteen eighty three. And I told him about this band from Ireland they were called you to. He didn't like him and I told him. Nineteen eighty-three they've got one album. They're going to be amazing. I love stuff like that. I think it's cool to find something that becomes great great before. Everybody knows it's great. Isn't that what everybody's trying to do with the stock market fine the stock before it becomes Amazon or Microsoft Jimmy Garoppolo. Hello one of the things I like about the NFL about winning the NBA can be about style. Baseball's about stats other. Sports are about many things. Football is about winning inning. Jimmy G. went to in New England. Then five no in San Francisco twenty seventeen. He's now twenty three and five is a star. I do apologize if if he's not on the House of highlights on Instagram is not as productive for your fantasy team but this is the thing about the NFL and this is one of my favorite parts of sports my entire life and I think joy does this a lot too. I'm trying to give you insight that other shows don't give there's a million million radio shows and a million talented hosts men and women doing what I'm doing men and women but I'm always on the phone trying to get information trying to find it just a second sooner so you feel like your part of a Club a club that has information and in the process of doing that. I've always had a basic rule. I'm people who are smarter than me in some particular Phil Field. Listen to them and if they work as hard as me and as diligent as I think I am than trust them. So for those of you doubting Jimmy Garoppolo ask yourself this. Do you think bill belichick knows more about football than you. Do you think Kyle Shanahan knows knows more about football than you. Bill Belichick was going to replace Tom. Brady with Jimmy Jimmy Garoppolo who was to starter and Kyle Shanahan paid him. Twenty seven million dollars a year. Actually actually the first year cap. It was thirty five million and he had five starts so ask yourself. There's a reason a scout could could predict Derrick jeeter. There's a reason music. Critics talked about the Beatles before they were the Beatles. Do you think Bella check and and Kyle Shanahan no more football the new they certainly know more than me. Think about how willing to commit to Jimmy Garoppolo before the rest of us and I just that's when I went all in on Jimmy G.. I'm like Belgium is going to replace. He's ready. Kyle is GonNa pay twenty seven million a year. I'm all in on this guy by the way I'm not a big stat guy but there are stats. That matter in Jimmy. Garoppolo is never going to be a stat monster. They're receiving core is young. George Kettle is good but often unheard. They are a run first offense that wants to eat the clock. We saw that against Green Bay. That didn't ask Jimmy G.. To throw a lot so so with Garoppolo there will be numbers. I Will Monitor. And they will not be touchdown passes they will not be yards. They will be wins and they will be fourth quarter football this year in the NFL. Jimmy Garoppolo's passer rating when trailing one one hundred seventeen. Aaron Rodgers was in the eighties. That matters that's a stat trailing trailing late time running down pressure on. You can't rely on that big running game behind you. You gotta make throws Jimmy G. trailing passer rating this year one seventeen. I'd say it's pretty Aaron Rodgers Hall of Famer Shy of ninety just shy but just shy and remember this. We have revisionist history on stuff off in Tom. Brady's first six superbowls six and his best super bowl was his sixth. But if you look at Tom Brady and this is what. Football is about winning his best super bowl statistically was Philadelphia he lost his worse with the rams he one. Which one do you thank you preferred but if you go back to Brady's first six super bowls I six playoff games? Brady's ladies first six playoff games. Never forget this if you think Kyle Shanahan is the one winning for Jimmy G. or the running game I six playoff games for brady passer rating over one hundred one time going back to my initial point the scout who saw jeeter and the time. I try to tell my friend Jack was going to be great in. Nineteen eighty-three your half to trust people. You have to trust people who you think. Maybe aby no a little bit more and Shanahan paid him. twenty-seven large and bill is gonNA replace Brady with a kid from eastern Illinois drafted in the second round. Vat Bat is. Why like San Francisco Sunday and why think Jimmy G. Not mahomes could end up being the? MVP let me shift to this. Two players have mostly dominated in the last twenty years have dominated this super bowl. Joe Montana with four. Tom Brady Brady was six. Ten rings between the two of them in the last twenty twenty-five thirty years yesterday Montana came out and said Tom don't leave. I've done it. Don't leave stay in New England and I was thinking about you know how like when you're young you're parents give you advice or you hear like cliches and sayings and truisms and a lot of them are just like ridiculously shapes but there is one because because I've moved a lot in my life and this is what I always think about. Grass is always greener. Right if you're gonNA personal relationship or a professional professional relationship now I've moved a lot but I've moved generally for a series of events that I felt either had to get out of or opportunities. I had to get into so just remember this. Tom Brady he has the best coach in the League. The best offensive line coach in the League and arguably the best offensive coordinator they get their pro bowl kicker back their defense is top five. If you're going to leave a company in my life. There's two to three things I've I've always asked do. I trust the management going forward. Can I get a significant financial opportunity. Can I live in a better place or is there currently chaos. Where I'm at New England needs a tight eight and and one more receiver that is not chaos? Bat is not may him. You look around this league there's only five rosters definitively feel. That are better than Tom. Brady's current roster I think Baltimore's is better. San Francisco's is better. I think Minnesota's is better. I think the chiefs is better. New Orleans is better bats it and then New England is swimming in that Dallas Hits Berg Rams packers plus almost everywhere. Grass is greener. If you really really truly look at the needs of New England Tom Brady. It is a tight end and one more receiver. Who runs well? That does not rise. To organizational organizational. Chaos be sure to catch live editions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine. Am Pacific on Fox sports radio F S One and the iheartradio APP. Turbo tax is here to help tax season by making tax filing easier for you. They've made it their mission to give you all the tools and advice you need to get your our taxes done with confidence like making uploading your W. Two as easy as taking a picture really just use your phone or tablet to simply snap a picture of your W. Two then watch your Info appear in the right place in your tax return. How cool is that? Turbo tax gives you the confidence that you're doing your taxes right. You can be sure you're filing your taxes correctly while at the same time you're getting your best possible refund turbo tax. All people people are tax. People I want to talk for a second about Lebron James What happened to the Lakers? They cancelled an NBA game tonight Lakers clippers the NBA rightly. Did so. I think it was too much to ask many young players who idolize Kobe. And however we're connected to each other Whether it's a physical emotional relationship idolizing through music sports Okay there's there's no reason to apologize for it so Lebron said yesterday. It's now my responsibility to carry this franchise through these tough times It is easy to say that he had a beautiful instagram posts. Yesterday did Lebron. There's the pressure of being Lebron. There is the pressure of being. Lebron is a Laker and now there. The pressure of being Lebron is a Laker and carrying a franchise to a devastating loss folks in my life covering the NBA. I've seen really good teams unravel because of a rumor at the trade deadline. If this season for the Lakers was never the same. It would be absolutely and and completely understandable this is the thing about the NBA. That people may not know Chris are touched on it yesterday. The Best Player in the League or the second best becomes a huge brand. He makes more than any other athlete. Generally in the world outside of an occasional international national soccer star. There's a certain territory to being Michael Jordan and being koby ending Lebron and being Katie envy steps and those players are protective -tective with their territory as they should. Lebron James was very close to Wayne way but he left Miami. Didn't give a heads up and Dwayne Wade understood. K D. Did Not Call Steph curry before we left Golden State both Katie and Steph understood Larry Bird and magic. Nick were rare they were close as they aged even while competing against one another but generally. There's a territory that you have is the top player. Our brand and kind of personal company in the League and I respect that Lebron. Kobe were not tight. They had a growing relationship which was really really cool to watch. But as I've said I've seen NBA teams unravel with significantly less than and the death of a beloved star. But I think Lebron is uniquely built for this and let me speak as a parent briefly. All parents want to provide a better life for their kids better life than they have it just very parental. That's not a criticism. I do it every day. My mom did it to me. She grew up in England. Tough life I do it to my kids but the struggle and and the hardships or there's an advantage to them. Lebron James will be able to do this because Lebron James Life has not not been easy over the last fifteen years half but Lebron eight nine and ten years old was asked to carry family at fourteen carry his high school team gene at twenty to carry a historically irrelevant. NBA Franchise at twenty eight to carry teammates in Miami and most most of his young life to carry the NBA. He's a virtual walking logo. And in every instance every single instance Lebron James has put his head down put the work in and burrowed through and I'm not sure any. NBA Player could do what Lebron is saying. He will carry a Lakers through this dongting emotional experience I think he can do it. And he may be the only one the only professional athlete with the strength to do it because he's had to do it since he was about seven an eight years old. Be sure to catch live additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific. Let's bring on a dear friend. Eight time pro bowl or a hall of Famer Famer and on the Fox football show on Sundays that has been number one. Since the day he arrived how long thank you. It is happy. Happy Birthday to date book. You can go to that one over there. There's a little tell for you because it's Vick said it's about a buck twenty and it was and Mike Twix Mike. Mix about one hundred and eighty pounds. I'm about one hundred board nuts so great by the lesson swerdlow. Forget the Super Bowl. You've just been in. You have been. I think. One of the story lines here is I was talking to somebody. WHO's been in several super bowls last night at dinner and they said Mike Shanahan wants to make sure that Kyle House John gets the credit? But don't kid yourself Mike's influence he's watching practice. Every day is in the Super Bowl. You have been the dad and you you have had the sun and the Super Bowl. Let's talk about Chris Influence on that. I'd like to sink. Listen when when both we have two sons at play Kyle Cross and each week I would is if I were playing in a game. Because when you're you're upcoming game you watch the three reprieve games of the opponent and this is probably more for me. I don't know what they did with the notes but I would send them the longest text with Aw Ninety Seven Jab steps inside. He's doing this. You know because one of the points that I think Kyle Shanahan made you know in getting advice from his dad was no defense. Get to know defense. I think he spent all of his stops. He spent a lot of time in rooms with the defensive coaches wanting we know how they react to things and trying to manipulate that through pre snap motion formation changes the run game et CETERA. But with Chris Chris was drafted by the rams. Yep played eight years in Saint Louis and he's an old. You have forty. Plus Jackson Saint Louis in four years and if the tree falls in the woods and there's no one there to hear it. Does it make a sound so now you have an opportunity after a couple of injury. Blake gears for your free and you have a choice to go wherever you want to go. Now he's you. Obviously I think he. He leaned on me a little bit. Chris is someone who makes his zone decisions and and very informed decisions and it was. Atlanta was new. Englander was Detroit. It was Dallas and I kept going back to to. Who's been in the last x number of AFC championship games? Who's been in the last x number of Super Bowl Games And and they're all pointing back to New England so subconsciously I was pushing him towards New England and ironically enough. We were doing that game that year and use and we did the first two hours I think at a park downtown in Houston and I was fine. It didn't hit me and you know been been with this game between playing being in broadcasting almost forty years before the next year I walked into that stadium and it hit me like the humidity getting off the plan. Here Miami the nerves. My son's playing in the super bowl and it just got so big. I don't remember much of what I said once. We got inside the stadium but I had pushed in towards New England so the point where he liked Atlanta liked the head coach. I like the head coach. He was on his way down to Dallas. Going to Richmond Airport in Virginia Virginia and he gets a call from bill check and when bill calls. Sure you're done I want. He calls me every time he calls. You're done I mean he's making the decision decision for you right. He ends up going to New England and I felt like partially because I pushed him there. And now we're in the third quarter. Oh boy it's twenty eight three and I'm the worst at the only thing I could possibly help him with is football and I've screwed it up right and the historical comeback is on and you know Kyle Shanahan was a part of that. Yeah you've been in the NFL so long not only as a player but as a broadcaster and a trusted broadcaster the Mike and Kyle Shanahan relationships really cool and I said this the other day how long joining us for those on our radioside. All famer April bowls. I said DADS want their sons to get credit and it can be sometimes tougher sons. I think it's cool. That kyle uses a lot of his dad's methods and tools no question but I think Mike Wants Kyle to get the credit for it but I I watch. Kyle's offense and I see that look. I played under Mike and you know listen. It wasn't that his tenure with the raiders was was not not good and I think we probably both could've handled it better That being said speaking as a dad and that relationship he has where the sun is obviously special. And obviously Mike's Philosophy of how to beat a football team and how to prepare football. All team has resonated with him because he's taken on a lot of that but with the priests that motions and the shifts and all that he's taken it to I think uh-huh different level and I can tell you and I. I haven't spoken to Mike about this but Mike would be thrilled to death for Kyle to get all the credit. Because when Chris's on that set in a post game down in Houston and they've just won the super bowl and eating those cheeseburgers five thirty in the morning in the lobby. It's not someone who's genuinely optimum Irish so I mean we're a little bit of a hot mess. The next controversy Wednesday ex wife but sitting in that lobby at five thirty in in the morning eating cheeseburger with our three sons and nobody else around troy. Noah's hovering around and was as close to Nirvana As you can get to to give you a northwest kind of Aberdeen Washington for for for Mike Shanahan to watch kyle while not only have the success that he's had this year but in in previous years because you know he's worked his way up he's earned it having a famous dad. Ed is a burden Yup. And it's it's something that I hadn't really anticipated. Yeah so this super bowl now is glorious. I look at our set. I can remember Robert when I came to my first super bowl. We were on something called radio row. And it was just tables and headsets Gamarra's yeah this is a battle star Galactica like on Hgh. I'd rather flight five guys. Go to radio makes two of us. I'm taking my better than yours. But you have been in super bowls when it was not this Glam fast. Let's go back to your first super bowl and the simplicity of the preparation that day and the game well it was super bowl eighteen. We played Washington earlier in the year up in Washington. Lost a close game backed up second long screen pass to Joe Washington. Right here breaks the play. This is Reagan's I believe that's on fourth down. I'm not sure I if it wasn't for it down but oh there's Howie gotTa Valley here. Here's the thing lyle and I had always taken a cab apt to the game lyles Asia and that was our way of doing things we wanted to get there. Early would get dressed. He'd get on the floor and fall asleep. I'd go over every conceivable double play sheet that I could go over and that that was Lila Mate. He tell me one we're dot formation. That's all he wanted to know And so why should this be any different now today with street's blocked and snipers and security you name it. The buses leave now and the streets are closed down while and I got cab and Tampa Florida and went to the game because we went to every other game a cab on Game Day. We get stuck three quarters of a mile from the stadium in the report. Drivers speaks in broken English and he was he was trying to get us through one up on the curb we end up walking. The last has three quarters of a mile through the crowd to get the scooper bowl. Agile as you can imagine is angry. which which which probably was a good thing leading into the game? How long in lyles eight? Oh the causeway Tampa where you're walking on Dale Mabry street go what I wasn't looking at the streets. I was my head was on a swivel in the crowd. Because you never know who you're gonNA run into how long the hall of Famer is joining us. We are in beautiful Miami. Amy We're talking about mahomes earlier and you said a dad can be a burden but I was talking yesterday in a very somber tone about Kobe. Patrick mahomes that they were asked very early. Patrick now it's sort of asked to be the face of the League as Kobe. Kobe made an all team before he was a starter. Yeah most of our icons We let them move into their icon. Stature Kobe were like listen. You're just like Michael being all star but I don't start it's a burden but I do think Colby Colby had a dad who was a pro. Patrick Mahomes your kids to see the life before you'll live the live. It helps when I look at Patrick. MAHOMES THERE IS A. He's fun but serious a kit but grown up and add liber but complete within the sophisticated structure. He feels like Si- Diane to me. I like the temperament does remind you of anybody though. He reminds me physically of elway. Having spent most of my adult life at a ski resort chasing him around was not a great a great deal of fun but the thing that makes this kid special. I think we're throwing throwing the ball more now at every level of football yes middle school Pop Warner High School. It's all spread. It's all a wristband etc.. People are specializing specializing in one sport. These kids were playing quarterback. They're going to seven on seven camps. They're going to showcase camps. It's all year. They're lifting the Red Academies. This is a guy who got three scholarship offers. I believe coming out of high school one of the reasons what people thought he was a baseball try. Dilfer told me yesterday. I thought it was baseball guy but he played three sports. And I think the great part of that is you see elements of all three sports in his game. He's a point guard as a quarterback particularly when extends plays going to his right going to his left and redistributing. Kind of the offense. And it's the rerouting outing of their wide receivers and they know that they know the trick they know the game. And you're you're going to have to whole coverage for six seven seconds which is any turn ity and the pass rush whereas down as the game goes on his ability to act as a point guard and make the off platform throws like a Russell Wilson like the kid in Arizona Middle Infielders who who are used to dropping the armed down and making the throat right point and when everything breaks down the guys in that have been to those camps and the seven on sevens in that's all structured and structured. Sometimes it's chaos and that's when this guy scares you Martin things. Anybody said on our show that the baseball hey guys it's a different sensibility. Urban Meyer believe how quickly these guys get down. Look how quickly he gets done quickly. Russell gets down. Aaron Rodgers is about the only guy that slides that wasn't a baseball player. That I'm comfortable with Dak.. Might Mike Vick Mike. Vick is one of the greatest athletes I've ever seen in my life. Hands Line could could slide. Lebron James Wait a second you of course but it's an interesting because what you're basically saying is when you go to these camps we know we're talking talking about this with Lebron James. All parents want to make our kids live smoother and better than ours but there is value in the struggle and Lebron had to take control of his family. Young ages and franchise is is really built. He is built to get through tough times. So if you go look at the history of the NFL quarterbacks it's remarkable. How many transfer Troy aikman transfer? Yeah and it's remarkable. Forget that people forget how many were overlooked dropped Marino. Rogers and I think to your point a lot of these kids that are star. quarterbacks either Played Two sports maybe I've been better at the other one. They dropped in the draft. And how how does this drop on the ground with the combines in the senior bowl and east West shrine game and you know the forty two workout you do on campus. How does this guy drop in the draft to Andy Reed's lap and if this guy wins the super bowl this guy wins a super bowl? These taking the league over you know. We asked this question yesterday in basketball. Talent is obvious at fifteen but in football Half this league as undrafted. Well you know. I think that's the case with big Gus. I'll give you an example. Buckner and Armstead Both played at Oregon with Kyle. Have you walked up on Buckner. Armstead other huge. They are huge. I mean huge and it was all part of that John Lynch and Shanahan sitting there after two years of subpar. Football your quarterback that you paid all that money for has an acl it drops you down in the draft that allows you the luxury of drafting Bosa one who is as advertised. Don't like a midget wrestler. Ah when you walk on the field your eyes are drawn to turn people I. It was Samuel. I was I was amazed at how physical how thicky was as wide wide receivers essentially running back playing wide receiver and Bosa was. He's built for impact he's built for leverage and Buckner. Upturn armstead ahead of Armstead. I think you know particularly with big players they Volvo later sometime and Armstead it Kinda. It clicked this year. It did he and I was never a fan of his. And it clicked this. And here's what you can do versus what bothers Patrick Mahomes. It's not pressure. Sure because when you bring pressure he's versus the blitz. It's it's can you rush with four. Can you play coverage. San Francisco can rush with four and covered seven when they're when they had the injuries in the middle of the season ticket the defensive front it screwed their rotation up in your defensive line whereas down they get Ford back they get Bosa. They've got the front four back and they just liked you up. Look at how. He's not even sweating. You are are just you. 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How this revolution could impact your life and here just how close we are getting to a more connected future full of possibilities in the age of five G.? This time tomorrow presented by team about the business is now available on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. Fifteen years in the NFL. Six Time Pro Bowler and a hall of Famer. Jason Taylor is joining us. Brother of joy Taylor is joining us. She tells me all these great stories all the time you did not have or maybe you did have the typical route to the NFL. You had a lot of doubters a lot of questions people said no when you look back at your. NFL experienced feel common or uncommon affiliate uncommon doubted undersized back when I came out ninety seven. I'M GONNA date myself a little bit here in always six five six six two hundred and forty forty pounds and in the NFL. You were it was kind of a bad word. I try is a derogatory term and people didn't know where you fit or whatnot nowadays. They call them hybrids they pay him twenty million bucks a year everybody anyone you can't find them but I was a little bit too so all my mother's birthday today. She had me a little bit too early. But it worked out so absolute through your what everybody buddy is looking for now. And if you can't play defense they make tight. You're right twenty twenty-nine him or either you just split out run the same it's easy. Let's talk about Jimmy. Johnson's influence Louis on your life. He was just inducted into the hall of fame. Jimmy Jimmy means everything to me. I mean he was. He's a guy that took a chance on a two hundred forty pounder playing defensive in he was very confident. Put me in this situation said listen. Don't worry about learning football right now. Just go find the football and go do it so I think the belief that he put me in the confidence he instilled bill to me gave me an opportunity to run around and I learned a game as I went but you know. He's the way he thinks. He's a philosophy major and the way he thinks whilst the box so different than what other people in the League at that particular time I think even nowadays so differently than we think and it just it instills confidence in his steals bravado. When you that you can do it because he if he believes me I know I can do it? Did you feel a responsibility to be good for Jimmy. Because he took a chance on you you feel responsibility but you also feel that that pressure and heat and on the back of your neck much much like this Miami Heat right now you know Jimmy was demanding and he worked a heck out of you. He pushed you he. He wanted to make practice so difficult. That game failed easy and I never understood that when I was saying that and then after going through training camp with them I realized he's exactly right. We're go to work so hard that we can't wait to get to Sunday and that's what I need if I was a first round. Pick a ninety seven in Miami. I might have been a mess up. You know down here on the beach each getting in trouble. Who knows what but coming into the third round? Pick having a huge tip of my shoulder having a coach that believed in me and made me made me push and grind. I mean I think is really what made me a a pretty good player plan. Miami really good really good. I mean it depends on the time of year. It's really hot but it's really good. I mean it's this is a great city I mean. They love the dolphins down here as much as they're behind the heat and obviously has some great years with Lebron and those guys and and Chris Bosh here the heat you know this is. This is a football town. That's thirty four championship. You know. Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to win one but the culture is amazing here. It's a melting pot. There's a lot of places like this around the country but I think Miami is so unique in that it's such a vacation spot destination for people in the Hispanic culture black white Jewish in a really small footprint. You know as far as square footage square miles. It's a love. It's an amazing city. It tasks you as a player though. It tested your discipline. It does the only good thing is that we used to practice Davey Florida so it's about thirty minutes away from here so I lived about ten minutes from the facility and the beat was about a half hour away. So it's closed up. You can get to it but far enough away that you still okay at four thirty in the morning. I gotTA leave that to be a practiced by still get you outta here. I know it sounds crazy leaving at four thirty but it's far enough away and I had great veterans around me guys like Trace Armstrong. Tim Bowens Zach Thomas. So many guys that did the right way. The kind of soldier the route to go that kept you out of trouble a little bit. You played on very good defensive fronts which you are often the star or the Star you've got to AFC Z.. Championship with the jets. Not In a super bowl. San Francisco's got a very athletic defensive front. They've drafted they're all under twenty five and they've drafted it when you you feel like you went into games knowing. I'm better than the offensive. Tackle on-line up against San Francisco gets into several games like that. Did you know it going into the game on tape or did you send it after twelve fifteen snaps. Both really you. Can't you know going in okay. We think we match well well if we can get certain things to happen throughout the course of the game and get a lead. Maybe a two possession lead I know I'll dominate. Is The guy across. You can tell on film. I mean you know when you match up well. Would you like to do what they like to do. You figure out snap count you figure out tendencies some quarterbacks I could take the play clock very very low so now I can get a jump off the ball when there's one or two seconds left in the play clock so you look at all those things now when you come out in the first quarter tell everybody that plays nowadays even the kids coach now. Everybody's fresh in the first quarter. I mean they just had the national anthem. There's a fly over the cheerleaders of doing backflips. Everybody's happy everybody's fresh those guys. I want to do a little extra and play a little dirty and pushing shoving after the play and I use it just turned around and laugh. So you're fresh now but I'm going to see you in about an hour and a half when that sons your neck for two hours and then I know I'm GonNa get you by by the way I saw the steelers throwing up a couple years ago. Mike Tomlin brought a team down here. Could you see teams in Miami. Welt you SOM- wilt. Absolutely we would sit in the sideline and laugh about it. I remember my first eight years especially in the Jimmy Johnson and Dave Weinstein. We had no indoor facility so Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. All those practices that walk-throughs were outside aside so we were always in the elephants. We always we always had the deal with it so we were held on wheels in in September October now November December came around no smile. Add up a little bit and we sometimes rather gas but you could see those guys melting. We had guys of Islamic come back on the field for a new series. He's still have an ice towel around their neck tucked in their in their in their shoulder pads into rhapsody run over and make him pull it out in as soon as you see that I mean it's like a single file line trying to lineup. Because you know I got one now. You're a coach. Now what have you taken from Jimmy Johnson to be a great high school coach. Is there a message or something you learned. I'm from Jimmy. Yeah I think the work ethic is a few coaches. I take things from. Probably you know Jimmy Johnson. Nick Sabin Guy Play for a couple of years and obviously his resume resume speaks for himself. A Guy I love dearly Kirby smart as a bunch of guys that I played for Rex Ryan but Jimmy was a stickler for details. We were always gonNA work. You're go out work everybody. When you're on the grass was have a great time? We're going to have fun out here. That's game is about having fun. But when you're in a grass we need to be the hardest workers in the room and then I always tell oh by Delima now and always at as a player I wanted to get kicked out of practice every day. I want to ruin every Israel to the point where Dan Marino's yelling at me. Jimmy Johnson Nick saving whoever it is kicked us out of practice because they can't get anything done because the demons being opinion too. But when you do that enough then Sunday comes easy and you just go out and do your thing. We'll see a good brother joy. He's a great brother. He's very hard on me as he should have been. You wouldn't let her shot with Michael Jordan. Why she was under age the twenty first birthday that I love it and a brother I love you know why because I wanted to shots? And if she took one the. That's the truth behind Jason Rightfully so. I went to school in Miami. Here was trying to keep an eye on me at all times which I needed probably needed. A couple is on the but you know he's he's always hard on me but she's a really pro. She's very disciplined. Were you discipline WHO's disciplined. She's very disciplined a worker. No social work. Yeah she. She's a qualifier there. I just didn't I never you say joy Taylor. The first ten things that come to mind may not be disciplined. I galaxy together. I see you're in a different light. I've seen her in her worst of times and she's not working but now she's listen. She's worked her butt off the route she took to get to where she is. 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Curling Movie Mania

Rocks Across the Pond

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Curling Movie Mania

"Song you're listening to rocks across the pond the curling podcast that goes around the globe looking for the best stories in the world's coolest sport. We have curling News and Views for everyone whether you're playing in your Thursday League or following your favorite teams on tour now here are your hosts Brian Mcgee and our professor of Peel Jonathan hambor Croft. Hey everybody, welcome back to rocks across the pond. It's a curling podcast coming to you from Richmond, Virginia. My name is Ryan McGee and joining me soon will be Jonathan have a Croft. We're we're doing something a little different today. You're about to hear some strange voices that you usually don't hear on our show, but we recently did a special live stream with the guys from the game of stones podcast Sean Graham and Scott Graham, and we were joined by a professional screenwriter friend of Jonathan's named Faisal. Let's medial and he listened to our pitches for curling movies. We've you know ever since Ever since covid-19 forced us all into our homes a few months ago. We started doing these live streams with Sean and Scott just you know fudging sessions where we would talk about anything and everything usually Sports sometimes curling but a couple of weeks ago. We did a live stream where we went through movie pitches and Sean Graham decided to take it a step further and said, okay, we'll have someone judge these movie pitches in whichever one is the best one that he's going to send it into the national film Board of Canada so that it can be roundly rejected but we did have fun. It was it was great talking with Faisal to learn kind of you know, what what you really need to focus on when it comes to do thinking about a movie and so some really cool things to think about the next time that you're watching any movie particularly Sports movies or even men with brooms keep some of the things that faith Still has to say in mind but this was a blast. So you're you're about to hear the recording of that live stream go over and subscribe to the new game of stones podcast. They have fun. They they release an episode about once a week and and join us on most Mondays. We we tend to take holidays off but join us on most Mondays off at the game of stones podcast Facebook page where we do live video and just have fun and you know, do what we can to get through a Monday. So thank you all for listening and enjoy our curling movie Madness. All right. We are alive from everywhere from Ottawa Montreal Richmond, Virginia and took her on so special guest today Faisal you are a screenwriter and you are here to tell us how terrible are curling movie ideas are or maybe there might be a good one. I don't know dead. Usually I'll help you be able to also help you elevate them into not terrible ideas. Yes, hopefully so before we get into some of these ideas I wanted to ask you because you are a screenwriter. You know, how these things are supposed to work. So what what is the key to creating a good movie and creating a good script? Like how much is it the idea the original idea versus say the dialogue? Well, I mean that's a it's a hard question to answer if it what makes a good screenplay. Like, if you just looking at just the screenplay because there's so much that happens between when it's a screenplay to when it gets actually made and then put the screen but I think I'm going to answer your question. I guess the idea is really important having a I a unique interesting concept is great. But in my opinion that's only the very very first step. It's the actual fleshing out that idea and creating something interesting that is that is unique in in all of its elements. I think that's really where that's the hard part. That's where you're you're making something that people are going to take notice of so basically you can have a really good idea that you ruin through a bad script. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. I've seen it. I mean you probably seen it a hundred science. I mean, there's lots of films are like, oh that sounds like a really great idea and you watch it and it's not, you know, it's it's terrible or and sometimes this happens to it's it's more rare where there's smoke. There's a concept that seems ordinary you're like, oh, well, I just I heard that I think I feel like I've seen that film before but then you watch it and they're like, oh this was actually really engaging and it's you know, it could be because of a host of different things. Okay, let's Star Wars fan. So I've seen the script ruined the concept 6-month. Well that that's what I want to ask though is like why does so much stuff that to me like a Star Wars that can feel so formulaic like, why does that dog? Tend to get made. Well, I mean let's let's first be frankly. That's a that's a whole lot of different level than where I'm at, you know, so, you know this that's kind of Star Wars money is is Way Beyond me but I can say that when things are made and especially I think as things the budget levels increase is that there are more people in between giving you notes and trying to you know, add their voice and to what's going on and things tend to become more formulaic because bath it doesn't necessarily mean the case that that's going to be what happens but because there's so much money and so much money is at stake. I feel like big production companies Distributors Etc. Don't generally make the safe choice, right? So it's cuz they're they're worried. If you're putting two hundred fifty million dollars. Let's say on into a movie on on top of a marketing cost. Then you're like we gotta make safest movie possible because we don't want it to be we don't want it to bomb. We don't want it to you know to lose so much money. So I think that that's probably the biggest reason so I walk ins don't make experimental albums anymore except for Kayne. Yeah, I think yeah you probably right. Yeah. Well, he has a few money so like he can make a choice to help us. So now you you've written a lot of stuff for Canadian audiences. Do you think that curling as an idea lends itself to interesting movie ideas not only for a Canadian audience, but perhaps for an international audience as well. Okay. So for again a admission is that I know very little about curling. So I find it hysterical that I'm part of this part am known Jonathan. We're quite a quite a many years, but I I think that anything like any interesting subject matter, especially on a subject matter that a lot of people don't know a lot about I think that can can make a very compelling film because it's you know, the actual mechanics of anything like any kind of sports film The the mechanics of the sport are very rarely the most interesting part of a sports movie, right? I mean if you think of any sports movie for any any subject, it's rarely the you know, like wow, do you see him, you know hit that home run or score that goal or make that hoop. It's like that's maybe that's the climax and you see that moment but it's more it's that person that you know through that ball. Job that part or hit that ball so it's like that's the more important thing and what it means to them. What means to their family. Let's say or their loved ones and all the people around them. It's like that's I think that's much more important and so curling well why not? It's interesting. It's kind of, you know, a lot of people don't understand it, you know, they they may not know the rules but they've maybe see the Olympics like it's got especially depending on what country you're at. Right? So I think that there's a lot of I think that it could it could be lend itself to a really interesting film could would curling have worked if they had replaced dodgeball with curling in the movie Dodgeball. To see that so I can tell you that, you know, I was thinking the exact same thing Ryan I want to make dodgeball but with curling office that called men with brooms. Yeah an old guy who used to be really good at the sport is coming back with the younger guys is like a Redemption story. Isn't that basically the same movie? What are you saying? I'm not saying that dodgeball copied men with brooms. They just cut up the astronauts sister love triangle thing. Yeah. It's the same movie interesting interesting off. All right, so we have some ideas of curling based movies that we're going to run by you that we're going to pitch and given your experience. Not only am a screenwriter but also in just getting things developed you can tell us how likely it is that this is a feasible idea and if at the end of our time We have an idea that is mildly feasible. I will fill out all the forms for the national film board and send it to see what they say because they have challenged us. Okay. And I will not just let that I will just not let that pass right challenge accepted is what you say Bring It On in and you don't scare me. So so all right. So if she wants to go first who who actually know what before before we get go on. I just want to clarify what feasible means to find a different thing off. Um, yeah. So what in your mind what does feasible mean something that something that a group like the national film board would give us money for Okay, you probably want to pay to produce. All right, so I'm so mine is out of yours wasn't yeah, maybe but you should fix it. Anyway, I I okay. So what I'll do is I'll keep in mind. Let's say a Canadian budget level if which is, you know, kind of lower lower budget level for the world pack and and then something that NFP might support in some way what what is a rough approximation of what a Canadian an independent Canadian film would cost independent Canadian films are like, let's say if if it's coming from a veteran filmmaker would be 5:00 to like let's say five million bucks something like that. Like like that would be average some there are films that have been made in Canada have been that it costs more like around 10, but that's very rare because the funding just isn't it isn't there for it if it off? Unless it's it's not public money, but more private money and that's usually just kind of a Hollywood film anyway, right? So if it's coming from telephone kind of their the main people who give money to films in Canada telephone or the the different provincial organizations don't Ontario its interior creates wage in Quebec it is so back and there's there's there's different organizations that give money as well. I'd say anywhere from 2 to 5. Let's say 2 to 5 million would be realistic. Okay, how much money would we save if we agreed to do all of the curling stunts ourselves what happened pay professional curlers for the stunts? I you know, I don't know if I could say it give you a professional wage, but just in case something but it might be negligible in the full budget. All right. So Ryan you have an idea that you don't think falls into this feasible category birth. Yes, I do. All right, let's let's start with it then sure. All right, so here is here is my film pitch black. I was you know asked to ask to think about genre and asked to think about you know, things beyond beyond the sports aspect as I was coming up with this month. So here we go year is 2040 and the world has been invaded by aliens. This is a comedy the aliens are clear clearly Superior to us in always thought I could easily colonize this. However, they give us the same deal that they give to every planet that they call an eyes. They will randomly select one piece of our popular culture. And if we prove that the Invaders are not better than us at it we can go about our merry way. However, no planet has ever defeated the aliens at this remarkably the winter dead. Sport of curling is selected the aliens give humans two weeks to select their team of Two Men and two women to compete against them immediately humans argue over who should be the ones to compete with the Canadians are all incredibly arrogant jerks who think that their four best players should be the ones to play the aliens. However, the one journalist allowed in the room for the discussions suggest finding America's former Olympic champion who set the curling world on fire as a twenty-year-old in the 2020s before he flamed out dramatically and no one knows where to find him. However, this journalists is also his ex-girlfriend and knows exactly where he is. She has been dispatched to his cabin in the remote Woods of Minnesota to find him and convinced him to return to curling and save Humanity. A training montage in moment where the curler in journalist reconnect and he reveals the secret to reading curly curling ice that only he was ever able to figure out later off. Our hero curler leads three other younger in diverse curlers into their battle get on the ice against the aliens late in the game are big curling hero recognizes changes in the iceberg aliens don't and he is able to lead the big comeback victory that saves Humanity as everyone rushes onto the ice to lift him onto their shoulders and celebrate the aliens revealed that they were lying dead Tire time and they're going to kill us. Anyway, that's a nice twist ending. I like that. It's my birthday night ending. That's great. So if you were if you were to cast it like inside dog, Like the cast it would be your hero. I did not have time to think about this so it's got to be someone. Someone like relatively young right even like mid four. Yeah mid forties early fifties were someone who's older who can play mid forties. So I don't really do have off all red Paul rib, I love their Paul read. Yeah, great and everything. So ageless yes, absolutely. It could be any age. Mhm. That's great. So, okay. So what what does does anyone else has anything to add to this one or or is it perfect that just the way it is it is it is it Space Jam but for curling know cuz the aliens aren't stealing anyone's abilities. They're just they're just going to straight up beat us at at all, right? Okay. So what's the what's the name that the alien point of view here? Like what? What are they trying to do? They just trying to are they just trying to play with the humans is it like they're playing with their food sort of thing or what's the you're going to take all of our resources be going to take all the research and they and they want to just destroy the plot like they're going to kill all the humans is that the their plan or they just going to colonize the planet with the humans around and we're going to be killed eventually but not before we are used as labor to help Harvest all of all of our resources for the aliens. I love that. Okay, but what is the point of the the ending if everyone's just going to die like doesn't that mean that the previous two hours of the curling competition has been utterly meaningless. Yep. Yep. So brings up a good point. I think the twist ending in that the aliens are going to double-cross. It's a like narratively that's there's going to be a problem unless you're not like unless there's a like like it really sucks because you said this is kind of this is a comedy right? So having having her comedy and like that I think is perfectly fine. As long as the tone is kind of leads you to that point by the month and we can keep it ridiculous. Right. Well, my question was what's so funny about this what makes it a comedy? Like I said, we just keep it ridiculous throughout the whole thing. Like basically just make fun of all the tropes as we go through this so long. So when you have a an antagonist who is sort of like overblown evil, it's it's a doctor evil style of old and evil like the aliens are right. So their their motivations are purely made up. It doesn't come from anywhere real but they're year. It's so ridiculous that they think they're they have delusions of grandeur. Is that kind of a fair way to put it there basically They're basically like the big floating heads from Rick and Morty. I don't know if you've seen I don't know if I'm the only one who's ever seen as yeah, how long are they like, uh Kratos and like you from The Simpsons like the hanging code. Oh, yeah. The inconvenient is very much a don't blame me I voted for kodo's off. All right, that's great. I'm so do they do they present themselves like that or they do they ever look human. That's a good point. I mean like curling I guess is the the biggest thing. I mean, basically, I mean that's that's the part that I haven't yet decided on like do we do we make them shapeshifters? I mean really that's going to depend a lot of that is going to depend on the budget right off if we don't have the budget to make them look like some ridiculous being then we're just going to have to say we're shapeshifters who are taking on a human form. As we as we go through this process calling you don't like the alien robots make them curly the robot curly the robot has to be involved. Yeah a team of four curly the robots. Yeah, I was able to to have them shape-shift as like so we cast curlers as shape-shifting aliens who are the funniest for curlers to pick as the shapeshifters the shape-shifting aliens. Yeah, cuz like Darren holding immediately comes to mind for me. See my first thought was rich. But yeah, my first my first thought was rough bus Howard. Maybe you got pretty scary teeth different ritual woman in rush hour, that'd be good. I don't know who like seems like seems like they're kind of alien like Maybe Brendan bottcher very sour Foster, but it's all the steps kind of theme a bit. Like, you know, you're not sure they could wear contact lenses that change shape of their I yeah that they look like aliens or is it the aliens can take over the bodies of curlers now cuz that's Space Jam. Not the ability to take over their bodies. Also, yeah, that's awesome. That's I mean, yeah, that's a classic Sci-fi Trope. Yeah, and then it is like flibberty curlers or possessed. Right. Yeah, I think you know I so like listen to the idea. I think generally speaking your comedy will probably come a lot from the aliens. So you you would need to bring in Jack personality into them of some kind like you would need to have to like their motivations would have to be ridiculous. I think and I think that's where you were going anyway, so if they're they're they had ridiculous motivations all the time and you know, a lot of times when you see an alien in a human body or even just an alien living in human society, they don't the fish-out-of-water kind of thing where they don't understand what our society is like. Well what makes them pick is it them the aliens that pick curling or is it the humans that get to pick whatever game they want know the aliens randomly selected and my thought on that was I remember SNL did this when they SNL did kind of a play on the the whatever of the century back when back in nineteen ninety nine and they came up to their their Tournament of birth of people of the twentieth century came up with like Gandhi versus Moses Malone and they said that the computer randomly selected one aspect to compare the two and the computer randomly selected basketball or no. It was it was Darryl Dawkins Darryl Dawkins in Gandhi and the computer randomly selected basketball. So Darryl Dawkins was the the greatest human of the twentieth century. I like it. That's good. That's great. Okay, so I think it's safe to say that the budget level would be too high. I mean, you know what it it depends cuz as you were dead, I've seen a lot of cheap sci-fi and I was like you could do this for cheaper. I mean, especially if the human if the aliens looked more human with little alien aspects to them you could believe it and if it was done you don't you describe the reporter girlfriend going into the forest and finding this guy in a cabin, you know alone almost imagine the beginning of the film where this happens where this person's going looking for this person and he's cut off from society and doesn't know anything that's going on and she opens the door and he's like, oh you're here, She says you need to save us and play curling for the planet, you know right away that that starts off and kind of a I think a funny way. So you know that way home. Part of this is just I've seen so many poorly done Sports movies and so much poorly done sci-fi and watched so much mst3k that I kind of Jeff. Just hot smashed the two. I think it works and I think there is a way you could make this for less money. Oh, you can definitely make it for less money. Yeah is this doesn't sound like a special effects is a big you're not going to see them destroy the planet or maybe at the very end. You see them like a couple of shots of their their Invasion, but outside of that I think you could do it off. Okay. So what do you have a title for this this great film? Well 3rd Rock from the Sun is taken because it off but that's really the only thing I guess you can call it the Third Rock From the button write that down. I I come up with all the names for podcast episodes, but the talent I'll tell you finding a title is a really hard thing. I I spend off. A lot of time trying to figure out a title for a a strip. So yeah respect. Yeah, the the Untitled Ryan McGee project off. All right. So Jonathan, do you have an idea? I mean, oh some lion. I'll just pick up on the one we did this last time so mines. Basically it's G must be a rip off of The Big Lebowski. So the motivation for that is every time I watch The Big Lebowski the bowling Team Dynamics or exactly like it and it's a temporary curling team I've ever played on so basically so basically the premise is so instead of three people you have for so there's the kind of the protagonists. So there's the dude type player who's like the the hippie type will be a mega type will be the skip but like actually the dudes the best shooter. He's like the third so he's like the best utility month. The star player on the team but it's too childish. Skip obviously a pothead the skips kind of a definite. I'm not sure if it's set in Canada, you have to play around with it a bit but the ideas he's got maggots. I buy super arrange kind of super bossy over domineering and it's their Dynamic that's kind of part of the comedy then the second on the team is kind of like the chill though player guys. Took Ladies Man a motorbike instructor Aikido Dojo owner. So he's like the Slick guy and the lead is works for either the IRS or Revenue Canada as like a gambling tax tax return it so Super Geek you guys and it becomes relevant in a second. So the bad guys, so this be too so basically there's a guy who is the he's Beijing as the plate of Minneapolis really mm who was like this middle-aged dude with his very young wife always advertising jacuzzi. So she was always in a bikini and like the Minneapolis home. Midwest jacuzzi King basically shamelessly ripped off hand. It does fine him and his his significantly younger lady is the bulb character basically and then there's the gang dropped. I haven't really figured out who the the gang is like what their orientations but basic setup is like the gang it's a case of mistaken Thursday also because the Dude guy looks like the jacuzzi King and he always gets teased about that. He's out and a couple of towels from the gang take his curling bag. I think it's the money to pay off to get back the jacuzzi Kings girlfriend. And so that's the setup for the movie. And so the the dude character basically used to spend the movie getting back his lucky curling sneakers and that's his primary motivation because they're playing in the club championships. And so the first he basically before the case of mistaken identity, you see that he's the star player they win the round of Sixteen thousand of the quarterfinals, right? So he's missing his curling cheers mostly drama happens to the quarterfinals where he's missing his curly. She's a play terribly and the big ground is their Nemesis am in the semi-finals, right? And so the points are all super work out. But basically the the motivation is to try to get the curling shoes back. Whereas the gang thinks he has the money and the jacuzzi can't wash them to help him give the money to the other guy to get the handoff. Right? So it's the kind of classic Lebowski plot. And so it gets resolved by a big standoff in the parking lot between the gang the nem Curling team and and them and the whole point is that the IRS guy is try to work on identifying jacuzzi King for tax evasion Falls gambling debts wage. It's it's all that brings in one angle. Yeah, keto guys is trying to protect them when there's a fight so part of the premise like he knows it's the old start the fights or a bit chilled backwards, but you can kill anyone see a keto game. Is there a try to protect them when the gang and the Rival curling team comes in so he gets killed by the gang protecting them but the dude gets his shoes back. So he's able to then win the semi-finals and that's the resolution wage lose their chapter II isn't that guy does he he's dead now, he died he handed but they end up winning. Okay, so he's the sacrifice for them to get the shoes back, That's the real plots about the curling but it's film Noir, you know, so that's the kind of basic premise so, That's that sounds great. I mean I'm a huge fan of Big Lebowski. So anything that's connected to that is something that I will like. Yeah. Is there a way that the twist at the end is that you choose you Kings lady is who Subs in as their fourth player? I'd be good so maybe can you expand? Okay the jacuzzi guy? Yeah. So his his wife I didn't I didn't hear this was she kidnapped or something. So he's kidnapped. The setup is the jacuzzi King's wife or whatever. She's like twenty-something and he's like middle-aged. Right? So and Don t so often she's been kidnapped because he's racked up a huge gambling debt. So that's his problem. Hence. The lead is that the guy who's investigating him for tax evasion due to his gambling debts. Right? Right, So that's that's kind of how it also looks them in and so the gang thinks that he's the guy there to hand off the bag with the money. And then the and the handoff it gets confused. So he actually ends up with the money at the exchange the curling guy the curling they have issues issues and the jacuzzi guys after him for the money as is the game and and all he really wants his curling she was back and the Gang of a sudden Peril the curling shoes. So the curling she was just kind of go on their own adventure as they try to track it back while he's got this big bag of money. And so the thought types always try to persuade him to play with the hard like kind of, you know, you gotta be very aggressive. You got the money want, you know use that to get your leverage. Whereas the Aikido guys trying to tell them to, you know, walk straight, right? So that's like our attention to what do you do with this bag? I would say a million dollars, but all you really want is your curling shoes. And is there anyone on this team I'd like so I like that motivation. But as any one on his team just want to keep the money like do they ever thought about I don't let me ask this question today or but it's like if you could if you could trade you're lucky curling shoes for a bag full of a million dollars. Yeah, it would be your you know, what would you change? So I think I think the waltzer type wants to do that. But the problem is you've got two gangs that are like the jacuzzi King guy and the Gang going after them for the money, right? So yeah, I saw some front pocket again, right? Is there any point in the film and maybe this is just straight to taking stuff from the gabalski. But is there any point where I bought the bag of money goes missing? I think like solid also chasing the money and the the shootings cuz I mean cuz what you have right now is you have a plot where you have a character. I mean if you have characters who have the thing that each other ones, right? Yeah. It's not like the the mechanics of them getting together and trading that you shouldn't be that complicated. But if you separate the things right, so it's like one of them does not the shoes and one of them doesn't have the money. Yeah, whatever reason and that might add to the story. Okay? Yeah, so that's a good point. So my mind the bigger plot twist was the shoes going missing which is absurd right? Cuz no one took care about curling shoes. They kind of keep going on like more and more things because it says Lucky Shoes you really need some and the point is the second game. They suck. He sucks. Right? So it's easy to get a shoes back. But yeah, obviously the money could also go missing too. So I gotta get the money to get the shoes back to and part of its that they're torn between the two people who are both fighting for the money, right? So the jacuzzi King guys wage, Just give me the money back and I'll give you your shoes or even give you a cot. Whereas the other guys like, you know, give us the money or else full. Well kill you or whatever, right? So yeah, yeah, that's that sounds good. And then Thursday if you've got these shoes, I mean, but you get a lot of Comedy from him wanting the shoes right because ridiculous want I think there's a lot of Comedy there that it's where he's obsessed with it. I don't know like where it goes. I mean that you could figure out another day but it's you know, it going missing is is interesting as well as the money I think figuring out where both of those things end up. Yeah, cuz it's it's sort of the hijinks of where they go in this kind of film where yeah, you know the money gets you know, somebody gets it somebody takes some of the money out like, you know, all the things that can happen to that bag of a million dollars compared to all the things that can happen to the shoes and where he you know, they end up going especially. Yeah. I mean he could just throw those shoes away. Yeah, the beginning and they've got a you know, where does it going to go find? Yeah, I'll go find them, you know the bag bag got thrown in a dumpster in the dumpster went there and then found them and you know, so there's can be a month. Yeah, let's good. Um, it's a good idea. I like I like it. I like it. That's a great idea John. All right, so I have been recalling this one. Oh, yeah, what's your title job? I don't know you gotta think of as you call it the jacuzzi King, right? I yeah Midwest acoustic. Yeah. All right, so I'll give you mine. This is a my real one. I won't we can talk about my country idea later. But here's my real idea for the prestige film that curling film that I think could potentially work. Maybe we'll see so long. We open and small-town Canada. We don't identify where that I think is going to be important. We don't identify specifically where we are in the country and we see a whole family of Syrian refugees arriving at their new home and the family is mother a father and three teenage daughters who arrived in this small town and we see them getting set up and trying to get used to the the weather cuz it's the middle of the winter. And then we cut to the local Curling Club, which is a two sheet Curling Club and they're having their annual meeting and it's pointed out that one of the women's teams has to withdraw from the league in the middle of the season and they need a team so that they can continue with the season. Otherwise the women's league would have to shut down and somebody says well here are the the family just arrived and there's four women in the family. Maybe that could be the new team and we see a lot of resistance in the meeting from pretty much everybody in the club to say like no we don't want them as part of the package up, but then somebody gets up and says, well do you want to play or not and then you have that like fun silent moment where nobody has anything to say and then so we cut to somebody going after the women if they want to play. And they sort of have to get talked into it with the motivation for them being that this could be an opportunity for them to integrate themselves and get to know people into the community but also to help them learn the language and this can be any other French Canada English. Canada doesn't matter to me. So we see them go and start to play and they're they're not doing particularly well off but the mother was a soccer player and her strategy that she's going to pull from her experience as a soccer player is to just pull the all the rocks on the button. That's all they're going to do. They're not going to try any other shots. Just all the rocks on the button with her motivation being and soccer you just shoot on the goal. Like that's what you do. That's what you're trying to do. So we're just going to put all of our rocks on the button and they start to win and this gets them a lot of hate from the other people in the club. And there's a lot of pushback from the other people. Feels that they're not playing the right way. They're you know, not not being properly respectful of the sport and how dare they come in and win these games and then we see a moment where the father is watching and he's real proud and he overhears some other people at the club talking bad about this family and you know, what are they doing? And then we get to the end of the year and through a montage of course, and then we are at the end of the season and it is the final of the the league and the team is made it into the final and it comes down to the last Rock and it's the the mother who is the skip who's throwing it and she has a draw right on the button to win and you just see the the shock and the rest of the on the rest of the members of the the club. And that sort of that Victory though puts them into the larger Regional competition. And so we go from the the club to the regional competition wage in this Regional competition. They actually get support from the people who are there so they come from this club where they've been pushed back against the whole time of people who who don't think they should be there to this larger area this larger competition where they get a lot of support there's actually crowds in the crowds get behind them and through the week of this competition their their confidence grows and grows and grows and they feel like oh this is part of you know, our our our family now, this is our Sport and they eventually we see them in the final they make a great shot on their last one, but the other team makes a better shot and they they lose but they get cheered off the ice and they feel as though, you know, this whole thing was worth it and everything wage. Right now and we see them all Embrace at the end. So that is the idea that sort of the story of how the the family uses the sport to not only become acclimatized to Canada, but they adapt a sport to themselves. And so we see this melding of their culture their approach to things and a traditional Canadian sport. That's the address. So Shawn, this is Cool Runnings, right? But it's not funny. This is okay. It's serious. I was going to say it's who's your Cruiser? Yeah. It's classic sports package. All stories are the same. So yeah, you guys would be able to explain this to me being me being a non curling person. Is it is it realistic that a group of people that didn't know the sport at all could rise even in a local level and then rise to this what like what you're describing. I would say but I think that like there'd have to be a strong emphasis on the strategy side. Yeah, what doing strategically is so much is so Innovative and so much better than what the rest of the teams are doing that even if they're not as skilled because they're new to the sport. Right? What they figured out strategically puts them at such a an advantage. You know. What this is Ryan Colby. Yeah, just this actually happened and the Oklahoma calling, This is exactly like Jessie's girls. Remember this? Oh, yeah at the first three internet so we had thought so basically I told you about the wild Amigo the the strategy we invented for arena curling know. So basically when I started playing Arena I said so terrible you can't boss normal strategy. So we basically would just throw draws like all the time cuz that's all you can play because you can't play an open Hicks you can miss by like a lot so we got some like my joke was I throw off? Call seven drawers and I try something ridiculous on my last so we called at 7 draws on a run back and you'd either four or five or give up five. Right? So so we were playing in the US Nationals the first year the women's team was not that experienced at all. And Ron conlon who played with us just told them to draw everything like all the time and actually got people that really upsetting right? There's one game though the semi-finals and they're they're up 3 and they're calling draw draw draw and ended up stealing cuz they got one locked in his old jug and but the Umpire was upset. He said you can't do that. I mean they got all the way to winning the bronze that year. So it actually does work as like for a novice T. Right. So you took us on a true story one consolation consolation, but it wasn't something I said, but by All rights, they shouldn't have one cuz they were they were wait first-year curlers playing even even Arena nass has like good teams playing in it, right so long Like first-year curlers like one by displaying was very unorthodox strategy right Runner people on. The wrong the go-betweens game and say draw draw draw. Yeah, there were people in the warm room like yelling at them and obviously you can't hear in the warm room but like just yelling at glass. What are you doing? And I'm going to send and I sitting next to them just tackling. So this work. So this is a horrible thing the it's it's not just an addiction now, we've got Not only would it work with that people could get upset about it, too. I think people would I think I think I think I personally think that's a really good strategy for a club player to play a personalized but cuz on a regular green eyes on with the host. Sorry. Go ahead on Arena Ice when you call just all drawers like guards with just magically happen. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think you're right five. To answer your question. Yeah people get very I mean you see this in all sports, right whenever someone comes along with like a nickname. Being Innovative strategy people get upset about it. Right like, oh it's ruining the game or whatever, right? So Moneyball, right money Bol Randi Ball, but what I think would be interesting about this is a storytelling technique is Ryan is has to leave us is the idea of of not belonging and the strategy representing back to the community that these that the family lives in that the the it further others them in the larger story. So yeah, you know curling is really important to the community found here are these people who are not respecting that and it just further sets them aside as they are new to the community right one of the doctors they were so it's okay. I'm not make anybody across the country Matt, right? So it's kind of like strategy. I would say the specificity helps sometimes like if you know God Um, I mean for any kind of story especially if that's something that you know about I don't know if that's where you're from or something. But if if there's a community, you know a lot about because you've been part of that Community or for whatever reason if you tell the story from that communities point of view, I think that's that that can usually help you. Like it usually helps especially in a pitch you'd say I know what this is like, you know, George says, oh this happened to me that you know, the same kind of situation happened. That's actually that usually yeah, I'll say about the idea of self which I mean I like the idea in general like it's compelling. I think I maybe we should work on the like what the antagonists are. So you're you're talking about a community they need people and say they let's bring these people in it sounds I mean at the beginning it sounds a little like is it just like pure racism that they don't want them. Just like that. The people don't want to bring them into this into the the, you know, bring and yeah, so it's like sort of that refrain that you hear from certain quarters when people are talking about refugees that they're they're scared of violence or you know that they're not Christian or like all those things get our lobbied against refugees like barely thought that that is what comes out at this meeting. Okay, so I I can be good. I feel like the best like I think that for me I'll say, you know from my perspective. The scariest racist is the racist that doesn't present as a racist. So it's like if you have that kind of situation where somebody else is against them joining but isn't out like outright about the reasoning. I think that that can be you know, like there's that that can bring more especially if it's from the these the the Syrian families per month. Active like they don't understand why they're why this happened why they asking to join but then there's this, you know, they probably feeling something where they're in there. I think also you're the progression. You probably need someone to be one over. So you you have like you have the story and it's from the family's perspective. They're sort of just beating everything even at the end even though they lose their still beating something right and I feel like that's not quite enough for your story that they need to they need to prove their Worth to someone else. Right? So, you know, it's it sounds like they win this competition and their Regional or not the regional sorry the like the small town that them and and people are still mad at them. But if there are people who who then kind of join their cause like kind of get one over I think that you you have a story where like you suck. Coming together story which generally like it sounds like that's what you're making right? It's like you're making a film in which people are separated. There's misunderstanding and miscommunication between the two groups and and it could go both ways as well. Right. I mean there can be there can be like anger between the like the family package and and other people for whatever reasons you can create as the narratives going on and then they can be one like some can be one over and you have others that you know, you always have that bill and that's never one over that doesn't like Iraq, you know then cuz you need that shot a the villain being angry after they win. You know, what if what if you had the sort of old time hockey coach that, you know sees them playing the strategy at the club a couple of times and thinks I can really do something with this team. I don't want to take agency away from the oppressed group, but having somebody that can come in and Implement these unorthodox strategies. And sort of maybe instead of having them play in the league put them in the bonspiel right have have somebody be the one that recognizes the talent and furthers off their Quest I guess. Yeah. It's a bit like what you said draw everything it made me think of like Karate Kid and like mr. Miyagi like giving Em Right like giving some like inside, right? So if you have like somebody older in the club who may be that key heated the draw style, but it's been like shaken away as like, you know, everyone wants to play a run back now, right so like something the club like Basically the Robbins silbernagel play but I'm going to run back everything kind of thing. Right so that that's she's not necessarily the bad person but it's like she's seen as the star and the club and this person this beauty money playing a different style and also taking away a bit of that Thunder maybe that's part of what's going on. Maybe somebody who's like the past president who everyone's like, oh that that guy's you know, how he's done. He's got yeah, he ideas, you know just sits in his house mothballs. Yeah. Yeah. So maybe of whatever strategy is coming from the team. I think the team should be the one that implements the strategy but then the the sort of he sees it it starts helping them right? He's like, oh I see what you're doing. And here's why it works. Everyone else is mocking them. But he's actually like know keep doing it. Here's why I'll help you a bit more right? So maybe something like that where it's and and that person is the one that you know furthers them along because without without gnome, They wouldn't enter you know a larger event. Oh, okay. What about this? So if part of the thing is the trying to maybe the hidden racism off the deal in the league is whoever wins the League this this person will pay for it. And as they're having the meeting someone says, well what what happens if they went? Well, you stole pay for them. The person just goes they're never going to win. It's not an issue. Like we don't have to worry about them and then they win see this person after then come around comes around to the idea of maintaining that sponsorship and then that's the person who ultimately supports them and then shows up at the bigger event. And here's some of the comments of the crowd of some of the Catholic who do these people think they are and then there's a light bulb moment for that person about how they weren't welcoming it to this family by seeing it happen elsewhere and they they come to be Thursday. the main cheerleader for the team Yeah, yeah, that sounds that also sounds good. So yeah, it's two things. Right you're talking about a coach or this if you don't think those people would be in it or is it will only one or the other I think one of the other okay. So it's like the owner that wants to sell the team but gets one over by his Scrappy group of underdogs. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, who initially he didn't like the school system doesn't think there are yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and now they're being taken seriously. Yeah. Hm, okay. Okay, great. All right. So do you want to hear my Trilogy idea told you? Okay? Yes. I do also think that could like fit in like that idea if you wanted to like make it into other ones. So the first year that go to this regional thing the next year they go to the provincial and then the national championship and then eventually the Olympics or something like if I'm right you could pick that the next series driving a series. Yeah. Yeah. Oh so Sean. What's the name? What's the name of this the title is Movie package. Making a house a home. I thought okay, we follow their sort of overall story of come into the country. And yeah, but the community. All right. So my Trilogy idea, this is a Hallmark movie trilogy. Well, it's not really a Trilogy. It's three movies in one night that run back to that home and because the Hallmark Channel runs Christmas movies 360 days a year. They're Christmas movies, of course, so the night would be advertised I curl up to Christmas. And in the first movie, we have a mixed doubles team and we see them go and they win an Olympic medal. That's how it starts. But as they're embracing we have a close up on the woman's face and she's not fully happy in this moment and cuts to seven months later than ever it is and she goes home for Christmas and she goes to the curling club and Scott you seem excited about this. I think she's pregnant now she's not she is in like a charity event at the club where she grew up and she gets paired with her High School boyfriend who is now in a store and we see them and they reconnect and they have a great time and they go for a drink and everything's amazing and then because there's a job I'm coming in. She decides to go home a day early and she goes home and she's she's married to her mixed doubles partner goes home. And oh, no, he's having an affair home. So she is rarely upset and crushed and like her life. She wasn't super happy anyway, and now this so she goes back home for Christmas and her High School boyfriend who wage. They just reconnected shows up to her parents house on Christmas Eve with roses that go out to the gazebo in back and they Embrace and they get together and the title of that one is house is where the heart is. Okay, so that's the first one and then you go to the second one, which is a film that bass the follows the basic plot of the Pina Colada song. We have a married couple who are at a curling bonspiel, but they're not fully satisfied with their relationships off and they both go on to a dating app to find another partner while they're at the curling bonspiel and they every flashbacks to why they're not happy. We see them talking with their team but most should I actually do this? Should I not do this and they eventually go on the App, they find an anonymous person to me and they meet at them and they fully Embrace and everything's great and then they go out and they win the bonspiel together and that's how that ends and that one is called Love on the Rocks. I want I want yep. Start from the beginning for that one repeat like get give me a picture it again just if you can. Okay, so we open on a couple thoughts packing to go to a bonspiel. Okay, but they're in their house but they're kind of bickering and arguing with each other as they're packing. And so we see that they're not fully satisfied invested in the relationship anymore. And and we we see them travel to the bonspiel and it's a not a pleasant experience they get to them and Spiel and they start to their start to play and it's not going. Well, they're really frustrated with each other and so they decide to not sit together afterwards in the lounge while they have and as they're sitting with other people they each have a really good time. They they're having fun again. Everything's great maybe a movie song. Flashbacks where one of them says, you know back in the day. This is what curling was all about. And so we go go back to their origin story of how they met at a curling club at a place like this. And then we see the other ones, you know when things were really good. This is what we lived for. This is what all this is always what we wanted and we flashed home. They just got married and they're winning bonspiels. They're having a great time until they both realize in the moment like how unhappy they are. And then they both have teammates say hey, why don't you look at this and it's like a curling dating app, basically that you can meet up with other curlers and we see them hum and ha but like should I do should I not do this? And then they go out say the next morning play the game and get completely crushed because they're not focused and there again, we see them bickering and that's the last straw for both of them. The remote after the game sign in to the to the app and put in what they want in a partner and what they're interested in and they unknowingly match with each other off and then they they're like, all right, we'll meet for lunch somewhere and then they both go and they arrive at the restaurant. They realize that they matched with each other like oh my God, and then they have this great lunch where they reconnect talk about everything that's gone wrong why it's gone wrong, you know the communication we need and they just, you know fall in love again with this and then they go back to the club together rejuvenated excited and they go in and they just run through the rest of the teams because now they're invested again and when when the bonds feel okay, great, thank you. So I lost a bit of that at the beginning so it might have been just my mind was floating away. So now I got it. Thank you. So that one's Called Love on the Rocks off. On that sounds to me like it could be a really good short. I would like my notes this. All right. Have you seen Adam's Rib? It's like classic 1940s magic, It's like Spencer Tracy Katharine Hepburn. And so the premises wage lawyers and they there was their marriage together the beginning they get pulled apart and then they kind of both consider other partners and then come back together again. So same plot as yours the triggering point though is because they're both lawyers. They take opposite sides in a divorce case. And so I would either but I would sort of the Twisted somehow initially starts as a bit of tension. They then decide to sign up with other partners in the mixed doubles competition. And then that's the thing that triggers them to go on a dating app. Okay. What that's what brings them back together again. So the inciting incident they have a big argument over what strategy to see you on the last end of their game together the vehement Lee disagree split ways. Yeah bonspiel. Yeah. It's kind of the guys a bit arrogant. He's a bit like well you should have listened to me cuz I'm whatever and she's like, I don't need you. So I go off my own. He's like, oh fine. I'll get whoever but it's not that they become romantically involved with their partners that the issue occurs the dating apps, but that triggers but That makes sense or not. And how do you get I like the idea of them reuniting and then like going on this run? Yeah, but they can play multiple tournaments. Right? It'd be like Flash Forward 2 years and they're winning a gold medal. Yeah, but to me, well, it might get interesting. Is it part of the trigger? He's a bit arrogant in a dismissive her as a partner, right? They they break up. She gets a partner. She beats him in the tournament and that for hims like he his pride can't take it. He didn't goes off the dating up and so does she need and then they come back together then they kind of United win something, right? Yeah. I think Jonathan's bringing up a a really good point in that, you know, the characters like what their personalities really make a big difference in this especially this kind of story you're talking about like a pair and what their chemistry is and how it breaks down and I think it's a good idea to have them broken. And also I think maybe said that it sounds like a short and I've been I mean so far the two ideas that you have brought up in this Trilogy they both Although this one is a bit longer. They both sound like short films as opposed to a feature just because there isn't a that might be just because we're you know playing around here. But but like like I usually a feature film will have a lot more story, you know, like there'll be a lot going on, but it doesn't mean to say that you can't like this basic story can't be a feature film. It would just be flushed out question. Yeah. Yes how to flush it out. Yeah. All right. And then the last one that I have in this sort of three part is this is a coming-of-age story. So we see we open with a kid being dropped off at College by his parents and they leave and as soon as they leave he starts to unpack and we see what he has like a rainbow t-shirt or a rainbow logo on something maybe a binder or something. So so that's sort of the indication that he's gay and then dead. We see that he goes to the curling club and he's he meets a sophomore or a junior there who's like the head of the curling club at the the school and I start to talking and the other one says like I also play in this rainbow league is Rainbow currently and but the younger the The Freshman hasn't come out yet actually to his parents who are conservative and don't really approve of that. And so we see through the course of the semester the two of them become really good friends and the Freshman is really struggling with his sexuality and he wants to come out but he doesn't know how to and the older one page is trying to encourage him to be open and to be honest and it's okay. There's nothing wrong with that. They have a Then they have a little romantic moment. But the younger ones like no I can't do this a try and have a big blow up about it right before Christmas break at the last curling night of the the semester off and they and then we see the younger one. He's back at home over Christmas and his parents news story comes on about sex marriage and he sees his parents are like, oh that's so wrong. Like how can people do this? This is terrible and we've seen this building tension in him throughout the whole story so far. It's just blurts out. Well, that's me and like I'm gay and and his parents are stunned and they don't know what to say and he's like, well if you can't take it then like I don't want to be here leaves and he goes to the other guy's house on Christmas Eve knocks on the door. Oh and the he sees them and he just runs in and he kisses them. And uh, and that's that wage. They're kissing in the snow and that's the end of the movie Very Hallmark. I like it. Yes, it's also it is short. So again like the storyline. Okay, here's a question for you. Do you think that this film is a is this from a love story or is it a coming out story? I think it's probably more of a coming out story. Okay. So if that's the case, I kind of want to I want to know and see more often more scenes and more story between the main character and his parents right because it's like cuz right now it sounds like he's mostly at University which is as we all know. I mean, it's usually a place where you can be you for the first time in your life, right? It's usually High School you're I mean, you're young and you're trying to figure things out and college is a place where many people figure out who they are and and then become that you gave them the person that they will be or probably will be for the rest of their lives. So but there's not there's not as much conflict there, right? It's like if if the parents are nearby or if there's some kind of like I'm not Feeling that quite yet, even though it takes a very compelling story like the idea is compelling. It's just like what is what kind of obstacles along the way wage is, you know, is this character going through cuz when you were described it, I I thought okay. This is really great. Great story it almost felt as though the like the running our parents house was the end of the first act kind of idea right? It's like, you know, he fought he he makes a decision but that decision would has will reverberate right in his life when you make that kind of decision a big thing. So like what what will be the reverberations almost is it is an interesting thing. Maybe it's a starting off point for you is the struggle that the Manifest itself struggle or is it bad versus man like the guy versus his parents or is it more of an internal thing that builds throughout that First Act? Well, yeah, I sort of would see it as like the internal struggle first. So it's sort of like, oh I should do be doing this to fit in but it doesn't really like me. Yeah, and then we see him get comfortable with himself through the friendship with the other person and then yeah, and then it's sort of you can't take sort of his parents anymore because he's now okay with himself for the first time in his life. Okay, and so we asked to express that and yeah, maybe the next step after that is he plays in the Sugar Bowl league and the becomes really successful and and as his parents see that maybe they show up eventually to a game and patching the relationship or trying to and then they show up and support them as he plays in this league in a big game or something. I totally that's great. That's a Trilogy your Hallmark Trilogy. Yeah, that one that one's called No, More guards wage. I like it. So that's so those are just sort of like, yeah, they're crumbs of ideas. Okay, so fully fleshed-out ideas. A great what was the 100 houses where the heart is just the first one, right? Yeah. Okay. House is where the heart is. Yeah, and the house yeah. So so yeah, so those are just sort of three crimes that idea. I do think though that in all I think like you said the start Faisal that the relationships have two front and center as opposed to necessarily the curling the current line is the conduit through which the relationships progress I guess. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean so with both of these ideas like they're all interesting and I can see films being made of all of them. Honestly. It's but it's it is really who those characters are is what really makes makes the story interesting, you know, if you go back to the first one you you know, who is it about it's about this, you know, you can start talking about the idea about, you know, the aliens coming down and then they create this tournament or they they say we're going to pick a game and they create this tournament and then they humans have to pick dead. Who you know who's going to represent the species but who's the story really about it's about this kind of Cross City guy X curler who has cut himself out off Society who gets a visit from his ex-girlfriend who tells him that he needs to curl the game of his life to save the human race, right? It's like that's that's the scope and so figuring out who who that guy is and like why he doesn't want to curl anymore. Maybe why like, why is he why is he living in a cabin away from people like cuz he hates people I guess like or may I mean there's lots of reasons to be in a forest by yourself. But let's say one of them could be that he just doesn't like people anymore. So does he actually care that they were you know that these aliens have commenters took to destroy the society and all like there's lots of one of ways that you can build on that on these ideas and then you know, Jonathan's idea with the jacuzzi the choosy King, you know, who are the Dead? Like I mean, you know, you're basing it on a on a film. That's a touchstone for many people. So like they're they're right. So you've got that understanding the dude is like immediately and it's is he dead is it a direct object mirror of that film or is he like, is there a a dude version that would be different for curling? Like I don't know what that you know, if you could think of something that would be prototypical maybe from that world as opposed to yeah, I don't know if it maybe it's exactly the same as you say Well, it kind of depends on where it's set. So when I was dreaming It Up by Titus at it and say Paul just cuz for a whole bunch of reasons, right? So yeah something I know right like you did in Canada. I think it would have to be Like I don't think it would work in Toronto. It has to be like mid-sized city. Right right, like maybe Calgary or something. I can't be like Toronto Montreal Vancouver. It's gotta be kind of a bit. Like Thunder Bay, I think would be under Bay right? Cuz the part of the joke with the the Mid-West security King as he's he thinks he's this massive big shot. He took a Donald Trump type, right but he's like, oh Midwest been telling jacuzzis rights always he's not all about their rights a part of the jokes like this big fish big fish small pond kind of thing. Right? So the dude to is going to be easy to be a slacker of that area, but not I don't think it should be deeper beat the dude from the solid The Big Lebowski, but the dynamic that's interesting to me is is you've got this kind of really conservative reactionary overbearing type and then this kind of laid-back type B slacker type is kind of like the the back up the team right as the bowling thing. That's probably be calling the bowling thing. But then it's also propelling how they respond to this like absurd plot with the money and that you know, right cuz part of what makes a big dog. T work as the dudes just like kind of bumbling through with like, you know, like hey, I'll just go see the one especially the businessmen and ask for one of his one of his legs back. Right? So he's going to kind of play it like that. Whereas the the Walter types got to be like you'd be really aggressive. Whereas in my mind. The IRS type would be the law-abiding on like all we should call the police. We should whatever right? So he's torn between like 500 on the angel kind of thing. Right and he's cuz he's a he's a he's a slacker. He's not he's kind of a moral right? He's just like, you know not able to make a decision. So he's he's more like a victim of circumstance like reading reading the situation but that's kind of what I see that's kind of the motivation. Right? Right and I think for that for that idea the line that interaction just what you were describing between all of the different characters and how they kind of opposed each other in a way they met their friends, but maybe they're they have You know, they have arguments right? I mean that the drama and the the the yeah, like I think that that's what's kind of the key to making it good is you want to make that film good? Okay. Well these characters need to be at each other's throats or to be. Yeah, I'm really good chemistry or whatever right something. Yeah. Yeah, so that yeah, so that's so you can see that's also the characters and then with the trilogy. I mean all of this all of them, especially because you know, we are describing them as being a bit shorter and and don't take that as a as a criticism at all. It's you know, a a short is sometimes harder to make than a month then a feature film. So having like a compelling story told in you know, a 15 to 30-minute peace can be really really hard and and still the same thing. You can take that thirty minutes apiece and expanded and flush it out and it could be easily a feature, you know, depending on the idea like sometimes it's just a a shorts just a crumb of an idea and it's good that it is but but all of these ideas that could be I could see dead. And it so your house is where the heart is with this woman getting cheated on and then she gets together with her her ex boyfriend from high school. I think so. I may have you watched any of these these Hallmark Christmas movies. Have you seen any of them? I've seen one and I've been told that if you've seen one you've seen them all that is a very young age. They are very very so I've seen a few I have a bit of a tradition with some of my friends to sit sit around and watch at least one of them and make fun of them as they're going on cuz they are dead be hysterical and sometimes you know, they can be just Mindless entertainment. So I think with that one I totally see it but it's you have her like the way the inciting part is she you have a winning this metal and then she gets cheated on. And then she goes back to her hometown right? Like she goes back to her hometown. She meets the the boyfriend if she wins but we see that she's not fully like excited about the wind right off her partner. Was she playing with she doesn't really like them and they're the they're married. So like it's not as winning that wasn't as fulfilling as she wanted it to be right. I wish I was home for this charity thing and her ex-boyfriend used to be her partner and she left she stopped playing with him so that she would have the chance to win the gold medal. Oh, I see here. He's a curler as well. The boyfriend is also a curler. Okay, I didn't get that originally. So I think like I like this idea but I feel like again it be cut off to expand it. It sounds like like this the you know, she wins she she finds out this guy's cheating she kind of leaves and for other reasons too cuz I'm not really satisfied with him. I mean, I would probably like just hearing it like that. I feel like maybe she shouldn't win at the beginning or like there's you know, there's some other thing going wrong maybe a little money in your other idea with a couple. I mean, I can see these two ideas melting and certain ways a couple that doesn't get along and you don't you know, they're they're playing and they're not good together. Maybe they were good at one point. He's cheating and she's you know, very sad these movies that Hallmark movies is what I'm thinking usually it's this woman not usually a hundred percent wage. Hi, it is a it is a romantic comedy about a woman who is a city person like as is Into The Big Life who goes to our small town and then and falls in love with the the local guy who understands the small town values and decided to stay there. Right? I mean that's that's the whole every single time and then there's the there's the fiance or the ex husband or something from the big city who's trying to come back. And so what maybe your story needs as well is like I I don't really understand what the ex boyfriend is he trying or not the ex boyfriend sorry, the the husband or the current partner if he's trying to win her over cuz there needs to be a push poll. Right? It's like there's no drama unless there's a push and pull and especially if there isn't even the guys of there being a decision that she needs to make. I mean, we all know who she's going to age. In the end but it's the but it's the the journey that's going to give us something so having the boy the boyfriend who cheated on her come back and he's trying to win her over and maybe at some compelling arguments. Yeah, you know that that probably will help your story a little bit and then and explaining what those compelling arguments might be. You know, like what's what's going on. What's drawing her what's keeping her in the small town of what you know, there's obviously like if it's if it's worse you grew up there's family and you know friends and such there as well. So what's good about that, but also what what has long bothered her about it? Like why did she leave what you know, what made her so that small town has it changed his her perspective and of course it is as his respective changed as she's been gone away are the things that she used to think were hokey. Now she thinks our Charming, you know, and how how does that progress? Yeah. Anyways, those are some some thoughts. 3 to to build on that one and then the last one kid being dropped. Oh, so this yeah, so we I think we've talked a lot about that but I think who the kid is and who the parents are and also took the love interest is I think that those are all but very interesting things to kind of build on what makes You you described it, but it was it's in big terms. Right? It's like the the the bag of family who are you know, do not want their their son is that their only son to be they can't believe that he could be gay and they're they're pushing him towards one life that he doesn't want to live and then but he it's in a way it's the opposite right and often. I feel like life stories from the the coming out stories. They often are the opposite stories there. There are a kid from a small place thoughts are that is opening their eyes to a bigger world and then and as a such they are learning more about themselves. And in this case, they're coming out and living that life. So it's you know, small kid going to be a big city as opposed to the big city girl going back to her. Hometown is it is it is across their their crossing paths, they're dead. So that's great. I mean, so like I said, I love these ideas. They're all like it all depends on your your characters and building on them. So do you have a pic of the ideal job is for me to write up and submit to the National film board. Which one do you think would get me in the least amount of trouble? Well, I got to say I mean, there's no trouble and creating an idea even if it's if it's big in an unrealistic or if it's not something that somebody wants to make it as long as it's a compelling idea. I think that that's the way it is worthy of making, you know, at least that first step so, okay. Let me think so hook a first I'm going to first say wage generally speaking the nfb. I I mentioned this to Jonathan an earlier conversation, but the enemy generally they don't make feature films like featured Rob. Films anymore. They used to they like back in the seventies and the sixties certainly they they had their hands in that back kind of in that genre. But but very much now off like in today's world like generally don't they might they might give a little bit of a support of support here and there depending on who the filmmaker is and it's like they have a few programs to give us some small support two two features feature drama, but generally they like what they do their Mainstay and has been since their creation is documentary, right? So, that's the main thing they do but they also put money into short films whether they be dramatic or or or fiction, sorry dramatic or or a documentary movies or animation and animation is a big thing that they do as well. And none of you had any animation ideas, very disappointed about that. I gotta say, but but but although I could imagine wage Maybe the first one that Ryan had could be so, you know could be an animation. So I thought of it is basically Space Jam. So like if the aliens were cartoons, right the humans were both live action, but that work. Yeah, exactly. So I mean I can imagine something like that and in fact in a way as a short that's that's a pretty great idea like the universe it just the the basic concept of it sounds funny. I think it's very easy to convey that it's funny just the ludicrousness of the idea itself like it just and if you say it's Jason says if it's a bit of a back and forth between animation and and real life, I think that would be cool. So that is like celebrity curlers to play the team that was kind of why I was like Wow with space. Yeah. It's like Space Jams like Michael Jordan like all the good basketball players in the nineties. Right? Right, right exactly. So that's good. So so okay now let's take off. And be out of the equation just for the the time being so you mentioned the beginning when we were talking you were saying. Oh just just to film that's kind of realistic to be made. I could not good. Let's see. Is all it's always hard picking something on the foot without thinking about it too much. But but like I could see. Okay so like that first one. I mean, I like em. I said, I like all these ideas. I can see them all fitting into this budget. Now the the one with the family like the Syrian family coming. In fact, I can see that being made as an idea. I think that it would require it would require collaboration with that Community though. Oh, yeah, the the soul the soil like producer writer of it could not be Sean Graham that $100. That would not work. Yeah wage like I like that idea. It's it's certainly it it could have legs. It's you know, and it's something it's a I mean, it's a subject of of immigration which is something close to my heart anyway. So I really like the idea of that. But yeah, I would have to be there have to be some kind of a if you were to ever pitch that you would have to be. Oh I'm working with this person. That's you know that life is either from that Community or understands the community really? Well, I you know, cuz obviously you understand curling so you can come from that world and you can come from the world of maybe the town that they're you know that they're coming in fact, but but someone would have to be connected especially in Canada. Thankfully that is being pushed a lot more than it has been in the past in the past. Anybody can make any film that although I believe anybody can write anything I think especially for a story like this you need Community involvement. So so that's really good and like wage then like Jonathan's jacuzzi King idea. I really love because it's like The Big Lebowski. I think it needs to be expanded a little bit more in terms of like how those characters are are dead. Are interacting and how you know, cuz it can't just be the problem with it. It's like one of the strengths is that it is The Big Lebowski and the data on Stone, but it's also a detriment because yeah, you need to be like, how is it different from The Big Lebowski, you know? Yeah and that needs to be quite clear. Like what is the what I can't remember in the big leagues ask you what town are they in like a way through know so the things that I like about it like above about the big like the two things. I really love about The Big Lebowski. It's actually one of the lines right is the voiceover guy's life when when it pans in it's like there's always a man of a time right? It's it's very explicitly Los Angeles 1991, right and it's like they're playing off of the wage Gulf War and it's like part of its that That works for me is that it's like here's this guy who used to be in the students for Democratic Society super left-wing and he's kind of become aimless and basically Walter and every time I watched it become more convinced wage is basically I Proto tea party Proto Mega, right? It's in kind of it's a boomer work and it's like super clear which way this Generations go right and they part of it some place like actually just need a cultural politics of the boomer generation really? Well, they start off as these hippies and it's kind of a descent by 91 and its becomes just like reactionary thing. So yeah, I think part of life. I don't want to recreate The Big Lebowski but part of what I'd like from that is that it's set in a place and a time in the recent past and the characters are kind of touchy and cultural touchstones. Mm. That's kind of like, you know, even with depend on this for an NFP when you couldn't set it in Saint Paul and say the twenty tens or something, but you know, you could have a job. Daniel who hasn't been able to move out of their parents house. Yeah as that kind of slacker of modern-day. Yeah. Yeah. It's like I think it's like wage to steal the truck. But yeah, I think by moving the place and the time I think that affects it a bit and then I I don't have the plot. Well, first of all the Big Lebowski spots, I've watched it so many times just don't think I understand it. So often is quite complex. Yeah. Yeah. So I think yeah, I agree you could I don't think it could just be like Big Lebowski on ice but in a certain sense, there's kind of stealing from just like classic film Noir get-ups to right where it's like there's right. There's something you've got to get and the Bowens kind of incidental. So I kind of I kind of like that off that that part of it too, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean you would never describe I don't think you would describe the Big Lebowski as a bowling film. Like it's not a film about bowling. I mean, you know, it's it has bowling as a part of it, but it's not film. It's it's not but it's it's kind of like the inspiration for me is usually every time I watch it. I'm like it is a bowling and someone someone involved in the writing had to have been on a bowling team or been involved enough in Bowling to kind of capture the like all of it just like all the you know, I'm bad teams the League's League politics or the funniest thing of you know, the whole I don't roll on Shabazz part right where it's like someone's people playing Shenanigans and Club leagues. It's just like that's like right out of curling club culture, right? I'm sure you've have you ever had a dodgy ruling by the match committee chairman in your life. So, you know, I think I think there's a lot of like stuff that can be borrow that to to drive the plot but not it can't just be like a recreating note-for-note. So Big Lebowski thought I agree with that for sure. So one thing I've learned today is that Two characters are really what matters when it comes to films. It's you can have a storyline but if you don't have good characters to go along with that, you're not going to have a good film wage. That kind of that's 100% true. It's you know, it's funny because we you have to think of both obviously a good film has both a good storyline, you know good structure wage and as interesting compelling characters, but a movie that has a really good story. So I really good like let's say a bath even a mystery or a thriller or something like that that has, you know intricate plot, but the characters are OneNote or they are you know, I'm not very compelling that film in the end people like, oh, well, it was interesting. I I kind of you know, I liked it but they won't love it like a generally speaking. You won't love a film unless you really you don't have to identify them. With them you just need to think the characters are interesting right? You're like, wow, I really liked watching that person do that thing whatever that is, and it has to do obviously an actress bringing a lot to that. But but that's you know, that's going to come in the writing as well. Okay. So, let me see. I'm kind of going around about trying to answer your question. I think I'm okay. So of all of the ideas if you're pitching If you are pitching the nfb, I would say the first one. So Space Jam Space Jam because it's it's sort of absurd. It's interesting. There's a like I think you've got there's a story there that you can be built like you have to I mean, we work on how you pitch that story and that pitching is a whole other podcast like how you how you pitch a compelling story to them off like you should look up things loglines which are basically one or two sentence descriptions of what your film is and then make it for whatever ideas. I mean, if you ever playing around by yourself and years ago, I want to think of a film idea. That's a good way to think of an idea. It's it's how do you tell the story and two lines that give that gives the person who's hearing it and understanding enough that they understand what the movies about even they don't need to understand everything but they under there like I get that movie and they can be excited by it and they can be interested in that and they can get a taste job. You the characters as well in that lines. So that's that's if you're sending a tweet. It's actually a good example, right? So a tweets generally that long. So if you're able to if you're able to compress the idea down to a tweet, it's probably a pretty good logline. And so I think if again it's to the audience because the audience the n f e they kind of do this, you know, they do animation and and live-action. I think that they it can be probably now none of you are animators as far as I know. So that might be a hard hard to tell but I mean as an idea you can you can bring it up and there's you can always hire animators. I think that that one's good it also I can imagine it being shorter, right? So it's like that idea itself but it's it's another one of these ideas where you could be really long or it can be like I can see it as a really funny short, you know, she comes to his place and tells him that it's going go on then we cut off. He's training and then he's doing this competition in the end the aliens end up destroying find it anyway, so so that one I can see working off and and then the ideas of the end as shorts could could also work, right so I think what would be the best one? Maybe the last that's what I was thinking too. Yeah, like so the the one about the you know, the coming out story or Love Story whatever you end up landing on would probably be the ones that I would I would send to the NFP because if they feel like they feel like films that they could be involved in in some way and I'm trying to say this realistically right is they realistically the nfb's generally speaking not going to get involved in in feature films like I said before but they might not get involved in a short and if they're excited by something and think it's fun i n a p they have leeway, right? So it's like if they think something's fun and interesting and could actually, you know, it's coming from Canadians and they they are interested in in supporting that they might as long as they may say, well you need to find half of the funding somewhere else, right, which is more likely. They would say something like that. So, okay. That's that. Those are my answers is those two at the other ideas are really compelling and interesting and may be worth exploring. But but maybe not to the nfb, like maybe that they're bigger. They they feel like bigger ideas. That would be you would need to you would need to be pitching somewhere else to see them get made a frame like if you or someone else who's a screenwriting professional actually knows how the business works and what to do out of the ideas that were presented would would you I don't want to use them steal but I will kill any of those ideas or any of them worth a professional like developing further. I think well, I mean, like I said, I could see films being made but if you're asking me personally, I'm going to probably say the you're making House a Home idea with the the Syrian fan off. And that's that's probably because I'm coming from that perspective. A lot of the things that I've made have been about immigration have been about either documented or undocumented immigrants and and what it means to be a Canadian but from another place so that you know, when you pitch that idea originally it's going to like that will interest me right away. Like there's no doubt that Thursday just me. So yeah, I mean that's that's probably where I would go I like for me and coming from what I know like the things that I know. I don't know anything about curling so it wouldn't come it wouldn't or like very little and so I I wouldn't think of that that doesn't mean I wouldn't write a film about it because all time we we rewrite about things we don't know about all the time, but I find it compelling like it's interesting idea. I would I would need to know I need to see kind of examples of people from maybe not necessarily that Community or maybe the Muslim Community like my family's like half of my family's life as well. So that interests me for that perspective. And so I'd be interested to see what the real examples of people from that Community joining your community. And I don't know. I mean my my outsider's point of view about curling wage feels very white now, you can correct me if I'm wrong but it feels like a very very white. Yeah sure. And so I think that like that's that's always interesting right? It's like a a group of people who aren't white like people who are not white entering a world that has been predominantly if not exclusively white and that's like that is all that that'll be compelling. No matter what. So yeah. There you go. Awesome. Well, really appreciate this Faisal. This has been a lot of fun. It's helpful where they can find some of your stuff off scott sent along some of your titles here that that you've worked on but where can people watch some of the stuff that you've written. Absolutely. So I I recently bought a somewhat recently wrote an episode and worked on those the show called endlings. It's a half an hour sci-fi kids show about a bunch of kids who come upon an alien that is trying to save the last the last samples of species. So when species are going extinct at trying to find those animals and got to protect them since that it was a fun series to work on. I wrote an episode in the second season, which is on CBC and Hulu. So the second season hasn't been released yet. The first season is though and you can watch Great, especially you've got kids. It's a great show to watch the kids. And so you can find that in the states and Hulu and Canada. It's on CBC and I think it's on CBC gem here in Canada as well. Um, and then before that I was on a show called Ransom, which is a it's a CBS and it's on CBS all access if you're on if you're in the United States and Canada, it was on global and I believe on there streaming platform, but I I could be wrong. I haven't seen it and you it can be purchased as well and iTunes Etc and so on. So yeah, those are the two last things that worked on where I'm working on a bunch of things but not made yet. So can't really talk about them too much probably fair and just and in general watch Canadian stuff. Yeah. Absolutely good actually if I'm going to plug something A friend of mine has a show called sister, which is a runner of and it just came out yesterday and you should watch it. It's a great show. It takes place in the Indy like an indigenous Community. It's an indigenous lead wage. Um, and it's getting a lot of really good reviews around the world. So, it's Excellence on CBC Gem and everyone should go see it that based on the book son of trickster. Yeah, I believe so. Yes, that's on my table to read Alexa. There you go. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for listening to rocks across the pond a curling podcast. You can find all of our previous episodes and blog posts at rocks across the pond. Com. Please remember to subscribe on Apple podcasts Google podcast Stitcher TuneIn or your favorite podcast app and leave a review. If you enjoyed listening. 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8/19/20 Arrests made in Mensah attack.  Teachers.

The Mark Belling Show

2:30:15 hr | 10 months ago

8/19/20 Arrests made in Mensah attack. Teachers.

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But for most people one, trillion sounds exactly like two trillion, they can't people have a hard time differentiating between the two. This is serious. About this this is. One of the reasons why I think people often make terrible with regard to public policy on some of these school referendums, they can't wrap their heads around what the dollar about is that they're involved in borrowing for some of these projects. And I think that school officials have learned over the years. That it sometimes as it matter how much money you seek at a referendum increase. The people are GonNa vote Yes vote yes. Without regard to what the number was and the people that are gonNA vote no are probably GonNa vote no without regard to what that number is. So why not just ask for an insane amount of money because some of the people are going to vote? Yes you're going to be dumb enough they'll. They'll say yes to literally any number that you put on I think you saw that with that obscene referendum that we had while the toast. COUPLA, years ago. They came up with a number that was. I mean, we laughed about it in terms of compared to the just the population of the city of Wa wa Tosa, not even addressing the fact that there are significant re declining enrollment problems in the and with the education of quality of the Walla Tosa schools really falling in comparison daybreak communities for a lot of reasons there's reasons to believe that people transferring out the school choice thing remains real declining enrollment is continuing forever because of the declining birth rate et Cetera et Cetera et cetera without even standing that just comparing it to the actual population of the community at even if those it was outstanding school system, the number was just. An unbelievable amount of debt that was being taken on for every man woman and child in the community. For, that referendum and the point that I'd made at one of the things that I think we learned at the time. Is. You couldn't win the argument by talking to people about the dollar about. Because it while we're toes the if it was one, hundred, forty, million and ninety million or thirty million people who were in favor of what did you said it's schools we need the money. It didn't matter what it was that you said. Now I in the business of rejigging a lot of things that are going on with my life. This is what of these stages at which you have to decide how much money you're going to put aside, what do they call it? What do they call the money that it's not the this the nest egg, the safety net no, that's not it either. No it's the Pi. It's just I'd. Like if the markets corporate out whenever that buddy is, that's probably watch what wear and other Ed you're supposed to do this the all the again you know back off the about of risks that you're taking because. We're at an extremely volatile time right now I mean some things I think are clearly going to go way up and some things are GONNA go way way down said, we'll the all of these things are out of doing this out of the other day get. I mentioned that the decluttering process that's what on etc, etc etc. so that means getting rid of some stuff and buy a new stuff ad. I know what can happen When somebody says, okay, need nine figs it's like, would you go to a car repair shop at the things that are on the list by the time they get to the fifth of the six year eyes glaze over and you tend to just say, yes, go ahead and buy it go ahead and do all of it. Right rather than one by one going through each. If you went at once a week for nine weeks and they had one thing each week you get a little bit you. But when there's nine things on there all at once it's sort of glazes through but still. Most of us. I hesitate to ask how much you're televisions are worth. I just every time I ask Paul, Hamad, some of the stuff that he has his worth. If blows me away because I just let mostly tells me that I'd mismanaged my life that. Pulses TV's I don't every every time I've ever asked you what you paid for something. Haven't you said a number that shocked me by was. Every single time this is ever come up your outdoor kitchen. You're riding lawnmower. The only thing that didn't shock me was when you told me how much you paid for your carpet everything else that you you said, blew me away mostly because everything that you have is worth more than the comparable thing that I have it whatever that is. So now. But what you did once tell me how many TV's you had, which just boggled my mind you have three per person. This is what you had four people in there. They weren't you once at twelve. Ten, that's toys your daughter in there now. Sort of yeah. She she's a college I don't. It used to be that it used to be when you're college we are in there now the answer met no. Then for most of the people of her jeter, actually the older generation that yes and now it's I. Get your answer. Sort of I get that kind of sort of she she floats is that what you're saying? She'll be going to really you. You're under the impression that there will be in person education at a university sometime sometime in the next millennium. So. There's two or three depending on what our it is. Is that what you're saying? Yeah but you know two or three people that live in your house. I, you coating her dot. Yes is she there more than half the time? No see that. But I mean think about when we were kids. Even. We lived there. We would never there I mean. You you. When were you there? Like would you? You're at high school? When were you there? Like. Ten o'clock at night until six in the morning, right? Yeah, she's a little well, thank God they lifted the quaranteed Y-. There's so many people that were confused of was only Chicago Quarantine and the thing of it is it's not like the. Police aren't even arresting rioters it's not like if they saw somebody from Wisconsin they we're gonNA throw a net over them lockup for fourteen days. But the one thing that I was told you couldn't do really was check into the hotels that woods where you get into trouble other quarantine but they've taken Wisconsin off the crap this. I. Just love that a little is at night zillion kate more cases than us. The whole state of a little is been coming up to Lake Geneva door cody of the dells affecting us with the Kuroda virus and they quarantine us. They are everywhere up. There I I don't blame him. Would you want to be in? Illinois right now first of all, the proudly has and why they we all know why they go to. Kathi. The dells add too late Geneva. Illinois, it's just a matter of geography I mean it goes back to. Whether you're a creationist or somebody who believes that we had a big bag or whatever. There were glaciers that flattened out. A portion of North America, they flattened Illinois and they. Had A booth to the middle of Wisconsin that created hills, valleys, lakes, and all of the topography that we have. Whereas I mean I I lived in Central Illinois for Five Years People Think Eleven Southern Illinois I look at a map springfield is in central Illinois it is. Way South of Chicago people just don't get how long he is. I mean. I. Think Southern Illinois is in south. America that that's fine that's far outing. That'd be saying no mark belling rogue about that. Let's fact Chevy it's not in what are you doing looking at it looking at a map now to see it. Your words you. Don't you Oh, you're playing at the podcast. You can look a phone, our phones now have maps had them. I saw a guy wearing the apple watch last night. It seems very Dorky to me but then I. Admit that. It was it was both Dorky? But. I have a regular traditional men's watch on the costs. A lot of money at his thing looked like a dorky thing. But there his Dorky thing did ninety seven. You know what my watch can do tell tied that's it. That date Gimme a break. How are you? Sir Do you actually think I changed the date? No that does it want Mo- most well, maybe modern watches do my watches said on the thirty one day dates. So since that all's at thirty, one eight get skewed off for instance what I'm in June it it it it gets screwed up because it doesn't my watch as it know what month it is. It doesn't if it's a MP, this isn't a Smart Watch it say I love a probably a twelve dollar electric watch would know that but you spend two thousand dollars on a piece of jewelry and no, it doesn't no idea that in fact I look at the date. Now, that's the other thing you the date numbers on these I bet on these like a apple watches the dates really beg right. The. Okay you think mine's got the temperature at it. Hey, God. It claims its the fourteenth my watch. Okay. That's because it's bad. You know I take it in for a battery of or not? Yeah this. I have a watch that isn't a battery, but this one has a battery, but he did get into the battery they always reset it and they the guy winding around to do all that. So that means since I'm by five days that's five thirty day than February really screws you up there. So no so those watches seem Dorky but then I had bet. I only think Dorky because I don't have one but I. Don't you think they look Dorky on people. You had one and got rid. WAS IT BE? What was it an? Apple watcher just it was. Now. The Guy Twelve tells me they do way more now than they used to. It's like the I. It's like the first iphone didn't do anywhere near what the current does. Pulses it except. I mean, he's waving his finger at it's got twenty five different faces out at about how it looks. Like how we change our screensavers out our phone, my watch is always going to look like this one that side here but I have more than what that's another thing that's a single guys have too many watches like you probably don't have any decent watch at all. So that's the way I got a better car than you and I have more watches everything else there is you have more of me and then and you spend more at it right? You have say four hundred, that's that's not a bad watch binds more expensive than that. that. That's just saying watch and car, and that's how it generally works a single men. That's what we did. You married guys out everything else you have better stuffed. Than US you have wives who make you get better stuff I'm just me. I don't need a bad. What do I need that for? I like you know the other the other one this is I picked up on this year I pick up on this visit friends who are married. Married couples have way better bath towels single bed. Do you know when my bath pillow gets replaced when there's so many halls it that it literally does it I just it's a perfectly good towel. So what if it's already up there? What do I care if it looks ready up but you could you could never get away with that being married your. Wife would make you get rid of it right plus I know that I know this bathroom towels fashion statement they go ahead. You go in there and you do notice the towels that are hanging and they they color. What do you call the coordinated with the decor of the bathroom right. My Tulsa, coordinated with the governor of the bathroom it's just it's so. Like I'll pull strings it all of that stuff off but Y-. It's kind of the same thing about when a guy single guy gets rid of his socks when there's a whole it bright. There's nowhere to get regret a slacks before there's a hole in it is there. Now, I got off of this thing your TV's you're up to, ted. Is that what you were saying? Ten for three people in the house, and it's not even always three. Why do you need way more? TV's than there are people. For every road. So you've got them for every rope now. Obviously. I'm guessing some of the TV's are older than others. They're all flat screens. The most expensive TV you have what Romans it'd. Great Room. That's another one of these real estate terms. Great Room how? Great Woman Living Room. There's vaulted ceilings room. Grief We have allowed real estate agents that just change. There's somebody groups that have just changed the language satis there. I know that's new thing. Don't say master bedroom anymore the master did it have I don't even know where it came from did it have anything to do with slavery or not? What did it come from? That's just like for the man of the House would sleep. Maybe it had to do a slavery but okay, we can't say that now either apparently. So what do we call the master bedroom the biggest bedroom? Primary. I did who made them do this that the religious people do this on their own or did or the black lives matter like throw a rock through somebody's doing then we caved in that. The real estate. But is it like Marquette when they changed the warriors named nobody asked became in they just changed before they were even demanded that they changed. So in other words, this nobody even objected to it they just changed their own. A preemptive move, they don't understand that those never worked they. I admit I always thought it was a stupid term master bedroom. But now I wanna use it just because apparently it's become a controversial term. You've never never gotten an answer this question which is held up the entire course of the program the Best TV you have you because I keep getting bothered by your answers the great room shot up with your great room say them so I, don't get upset. I don't have a great room. How do you have a great room? Do you are you going to tell you have a living of and a great room? At, a great room which is bigger. The Great. Room. Is that when they call it the Great Room To how we talk we do need a revolution in our country maybe the lefties right? Maybe OC is read about the. Great Room Great Room. Yeah. Okay. That's how much does that TV class. But it was no. Fifteen hundred. That actually isn't that much. My it was new. It's see you replace yours free, but they don't you. Minus. Ten years old. Yeah I know. So I mean I spent more. But than I hang onto it for a longer period of time. So what I was saying was an hour and a half ago. When you make a decision what kind of TV you're going to buy? You to go through that I mean, I'm sure you could have bought one for eight hundred. You could have bought one for four thousand ended up fifteen hundred in between and you figured which gave you what gave you enough of the four K., U. HD smart features and all of that stuff look good enough without going absolutely crazy. But still give you all this stuff that you could be a proper suburban it with all the day with TB. That's not how it works with referendums. That close parceling outed you probably thought about twenty, three hundred and you also probably thought about a nine hundred. No, you got these nine other oems. But this one here put that in there and put the other thing that's not how it works with referendums. The Way I've worked referendums is when you explain the value of Apple, the people like you heard in our business report apple cross trillion dollars in market capitalisation today. Only one trillion when these referendums come up, people just vote for it without giving any possible examination as to why they are spending as much money they're spending or if it makes any sense to have that kind of money and it's always borrowed money in referendums, have that kind of borrowed money and communities premised on their size. and. I've been making the point for the longest time I really don't know our way out of it and now that we are facing. Probably once everything clears code significant downsizing of government budgets and probably log term. Decline in government revenues because of the number of businesses that are going to go under I think half the retail is GonNa go under I think half the restaurants are going to go under just going to be a permanent change and shifted the way our economies are set up and we've seen we certainly see some of that happening anyway, and it's going to affect the ability of state governments to kick money to the school. Districts is another component that's going to come in and daddy is I'm going to get the shortly I believe. That one of the miscalculations that the public schools are is. It's not all GonNa. Happen right now because it's real hard for parents to just decide. August nineteenth I'm going to switch schools for my kid. I believe. That, there are going to be parrots. Look back on this. And realize that they were betrayed by their local public schools and when they needed them, they can't depend on them and it will create an opportunity for competition from private schools including some private schools that don't yet. Exist people are going to realize that everything guys like mark belling sat about letter bunch of gold brick. Lazy S stiffs. The majority of Public School teachers are turned out to be. Correct. We live in an economy in which. Millions of Americans have been deemed essential workers. Some are high end really really important jobs and others are the ultimate Brunton job pull a Bush out of the pull a Bush out of somebody's yard and planned to do what? But they were all deemed to be essential not one and we talked about this and yesterday's program. Not One of those people complained about the fact that they were supposed to go to work during the coronavirus thing it wasn't until this thing came up with the teachers that all of a sudden once again, the crybaby occurred add. There's going to be a remembrance of this even months later when the corona virus numbers turned out to prove the children are not at risk, these schools still didn't reopen and. There's going to be I'm not saying everybody's GonNa. pull their kid out but I predict next year at this time many public school districts have marginally lower enrollment because some parents said at had enough of this crap I've just not going to tolerate it. I mean the situation for example. German Dwight. Germantown pass last night is impossible for anybody to explain. It. Literally I it's alphabets and great numbers at. I am you know is between M at, is your kid between the fifth of the eighth grade, and then it's different. If you're in high school that if you're the third grader, it is impossible for even a skilled talk show host like me. To explain at as I just say. In addition to everything else some of these parents are just got to be fed up and frustrated especially that they now realize. That in Germantown, they fire you if you criticise black lives matter but they don't even have the guts to open the schools win like two people at all of Washington County in the hospital with the corona virus. Now, that's an exaggeration editor what it is but I know it's low. Three PM word. Can't get a feel for the NFL and who's going to be good. I can't even get a feel for the NBA playoffs and they're going at. I hear this. I. 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My response is I don't know I can't keep track of who anybody's coaches right now my head is spinning on all this plus we think they're going to play for the NFL. I bet it's It. Looks like better than fifty fifty doesn't it? Yeah I mean, that's the thing they play. The game have games they say they're going to play. Adult Bills, B., I l. l., S., bills. Text into two, hundred, two, hundred. Watt. Know. That's why I brought it up buffalo bills. I brought up buffalo bills because I saw the word year B. I l. spills two, hundred, two, hundred, get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data and message rates apply of mistakes should wide contrast so get declared the word is bills the aisle and. You still have nearly more than all the way to four o'clock to text that it. All right now, I did this long little ramp about money. Dollars. People's inability to. Get a feel for this. This also comes up. When you see these numbers that the Democrats have throat around with their corona virus really packages not trump is very, very good. He's about the best Republican I've seen since Reagan who is brilliant added. In be able to bust through a number and expose what's going on. Trump came out and said he's trying to bail out there states that have run themselves into the ground. So they take on Rahm Emanuel never let a good crisis go to waste. They take the coronavirus thing and try to come up with a number that is so huge and they just send the money to New York to California send the money to Illinois send the money to all of the states that are bankrupted because of years of bad public policy and use all of these trillions in funny money that we're investing in throwing around to balance. Those budgets and claim that it has something to do with the corona virus trump I think got that word out and I think a fair number of people picked up on that that is more effective than talking about simply the size of the number. But when you see the size of the number you try to evaluated and you realize that just that one stimulus package. They're spending like the same amount of the federal government spends an entire year. It's not it's not quite that, but you get the point that this numbers of stimulus is and this is just the latest round of it. They create these numbers that are insanely high and the reason they create them to insanely high is they don't want the Republican Wyoming I can't say they. Don't want the Republicans to sign onto it because they'd love to see the Republicans actually bailed out all of these bankrupt Democrats they know the Republicans aren't going to sign onto it. So then they could say, look the Republicans don't care. They only care about their rich corporate fat cats, etc. so you always make a demand that you know is going to be too high. The difference that we have with regard to these school referendums is there is no demand that is too high. There doesn't appear to be any number that voters won't go. And vote to approve. Let's move forward. Three individuals have been arrested in connection with. The incident that occurred. A week and a half ago and Waubosa outside of the residence occupied by. The girlfriend of officer. Joseph. Mensah. When guys accused of firing the shotgun. And two others have really charges related to the incident? Story was first reported by a new website that's out there that Jessica brought Jessica McBride, and a couple of other people I guess are involved in Wisconsin. Right now I think they call it. They had the story first, but it's out there. In fact we met we reported last week that there were people in custody and. We thought that there were arrest. We now know that they their arrests and there are criminal charges anyway. Point, to be made about this, that doesn't have anything really to do. With black lives matter the protests that has to do with something else. But this is my best way of making it. One of the guys the guy that's accused of firing the shotgun. They went under his facebook page and he's Got Photos of himself, seemingly using drugs and carry out of on Eddie number of things, and one of the things that he carries out about his support of the gangster disciples against the disciples is an offshoot of a street gang that many years ago was originally called the black gangster disciples. Now, I don't know if there's four versions of them or whatever but the gangster disciples is a large American street gangs. And I don't know if this guy is editor, not people can say whatever they want to say on facebook but he comments positively on the gangster disciples on his facebook page. This is the guy that. Is Accused of firing a shotgun. A. Here's the point that I wanna make about this that doesn't have anything to do with black lives matter. For those of you who live in Wasa. Understand That this man. WHO's on face, but he lives in Milwaukee by the way not Tosa. Carries out about how great the gangster disciples are. He has more ability to sway public officials at Wa Tosa than somebody who owns a house lives in that city for fifty. Years. They will give more attention. To somebody from Milwaukee. Who Supports Street gangs then they will to a resident of their own committee has been paying taxes for decades. And we've seen this so far. The needle at Wobble Tulsa has been moved by so-called peaceful protesters. Even. Though as it turns out, they might be either gang supporters are gang members. That has moved the needle. The Needle Eduardo tose has not been moved at all by the residents of the community who are sickened. At what is on there? It is agitators and protesters largely from outside the community. one of whom was willing to fire a shotgun after people invaded the residents of a law enforcement officer from Milwaukee because her boyfriend was in the. House. Trashed and vandalized the exterior threw bricks and rocks through it fired a shotgun near the ear of what are the residents of the home. That crowd that has been doing that. Largely Non Tulsa residents. Has Been. Far, more successful in lobbying Wa Tosa city government that the people who live there that proud demanded that. Officer be fired. They're in the process of firing him. He says basement suspended. By the vote of the city council and the fire and police commission, they haven't yet finalized the fired. They WANNA get the police chief fired. They might get that. The next thing as you know that I've claimed that they're GONNA do is go to try to get the cops out of Mayfair go to say they don't want police patrolling Mayfair ever that it becomes an intimidatory thing it's just going to be nonstop again and again and again and again and again and again, and the fact that the batteries so far at least. What These protesters at again I don't know that they're all gang members. You know I don't think David Bulletin a Gag I don't think Jonathan Brasov said again, he just a white guy from the east side of Milwaukee out there trying to act like a revolutionary taking part in these riots that are going over there. But what we do know is that a significant number and maybe the vast majority are not from Wa Tosa. They have gotten. So far just about everything they've demanded. Now. Here's where I'm going with this. I. Don't always take the straight lied to get there but you know what? Life's not a straight line. I contend that this background and context that I get helps people to understand things. So again, leave this as the basis for eight now in Wildwood Tosa. long-term residents of the community who support the police support law and order have got nowhere with their city government. They're city government instead has done a of everything that a bunch of agitators who don't live and while the Tosa have demanded. We're going to get to the why That group of. Who have agitated I listened to and long term residents of wildwood. Tosa are ignored by the mayor and city council members and so odd. We are going to do this by NSA. I don't take straight lives. We are going to do this by diverting to Sheboygan. Now. You're wondering how we're diverting to Sheboygan. Well. Here's how you get from Wyoming toasted it Sheboygan you go south it well. Getting out of what is the hardest part of this direction thing I've still never figured out how to get on a woman what's auto? Ottawa? Tulsa. You get a ninety four go north at forty three and drive, and then you see sixteen different eggs for Sheboygan and you figure out which way you're supposed to go to it. If you're a Dow, just take twenty three and drive toward the lake. Right. At that pretty much it. What is the main? What is is still twenty three there's one that's got a lot of stuff going up there at it now. Yeah. The Mall and all that it is at twenty three is at a different one. I did. Get breaking information why it's never stopped us before. You because because people will call the correct you I like now we give rugged formation because I like you being bothered by people that are correcting I. Don't know why. I'm becoming kind of a dink in my old age aren't i? I know you're all becoming. Am I more of a dig now that I was twenty years ago. No. See I'm trying to be. Auto want to be one of these guys that mellows what he's all old. Well. That's my point. I wanted to be more of a dink than I was before. I mean the alternative I suppose it just being Biden. Coming on here head. Talking. To a billings Montana and thinking I lived there something. I. Just. I telling you. I can't say that watching the Democratic convention is entertaining. It's I use the analogy I stole it from a listener. Yesterday, after watching Monday night that it was sort of like watching one of those commercials, they read in the middle of the night. In which you're supposed to get money to some racket that says that they're fighting against animal cruelty and they should add those almost all those organizations are total rip. It's like giving money to certain former packer athletes foundation and thinking you're supporting the individual charity I. Mean The reason those groups exist is because they pay members large salaries and they get large salaries because they put these things on tv but they show these pathetic animals and these always a woman with just an unbelievably annoying voice look at this they yeah. Slow the variant slow motion and it's the same thing that has been done with some of. The charities they tried to raise money for poor people overseas and so on but it's a special limited. With the animals anyway. That's what I thought. Monday Nights Democratic convention was I made it was just it was the most Debbie Downer. whiny awful. To the point that it was weird now. Posted about this thing they did on the Self I. It's I get of course it's weird. Don't have a convention. There's nobody in Milwaukee Wisconsin Conventions ten thousand people are at a big pack convention. All they give speeches, everybody cheers yells and carries on and it's a stage thing and so on. We're used to that now they've got whatever this is at its. Policies, but would you say? Paul said Biden was scared by the balloons and streamers well. You gotta be very careful with Joe Biden. Face it. If you're if you're Joe Biden right now, you know to say that Joe is a screw loose is just like a improper examination the Mechanical I think he only has one that's tightened to say, what is Lucy's just. Put. Reports on trump had an active shooter the white. House at walked back in on Rattle Joe. Biden had a balloon five firefly past it but I think he I think he's he's still still on the medication that he's. So, anyway. Getting back to where I was I said, we're going to get and I'll stop doing little Rhode Bat. In Cheboygan last night, they had a meeting. County Board. Cheboygan county one of those communities where they have proposed. One of these ordinances to give broad powers to the county health officer. As you know we've been tracking these here in southeastern Wisconsin. For the last several months at one will come up one came up and Dodge Connie we seem to be able to bat it down one came up in Jefferson county that will never seems to go away. There was one that was brought up at Walworth county the public showed up outrage killed that went off when I say we I mean people on my side it was the residents of those communities that it did it themselves all of this is explained in the past came. From the ears administration and Andrea Palm after the State Supreme Court ruled that. The Wisconsin Statute that they were using to give these orders is unconstitutional. Iverson and palm and the Wisconsin Counties Association which is a Madison based organization run by lefties. Has Been Urging individual counties to essentially pass the same ordinance at the local level but not through the back door that was the problem with the State Law. But do it to the front door when I say the front door actually pass it had voted on at enacted as it orbits. What happened in? The Wisconsin Law was that the State Supreme Court believed that you can't simply had had these. Decisions orders being put out. By, individuals who are not elected officials. So they're trying to pass an ordinance that they think would allow constitutional muster to give all of these individual counties that the same authority that. The state claimed that it had prior to the Supreme Court ruling to go win an issue. All of these have all of this broad power to enforce health orders, and what is alarmed people is how broadly written these ordinances are. They are frightening to people. And the people are legitimately frightened. What are the things that's happened here in two thousand, nine, hundred, twenty as we have gone so far. Off the deep end in so many areas. That when people actually read the details of just one of them They become shocked I. You I think people would be justice shocked if we sat back at understood. That we're firing police officers in. Warwick Tulsa, because some guy who likes likes gang members in, Milwaukee decided to shoot a gun to somebody's window. All of this stuff is shocking. But the ordinances are actually written on paper and they see that people are voting them for instance, if you had an ordinance and while Tosa, a bunch of agitators in Milwaukee including people who post on social like gang members. WanNa fire, one of our COP should we? Probably people would have showed up at advancement and but appalled by that but these health ordinances an order to get them. Legal, they have to write them down and they have to vote them and many people in many of these communities. Counties have been tracking this Ad. They've been very good at using social media and other ways of communicating to get the word out and the language in these ordinances is like many other things happening in twenty twenty just Schalke. There is no restraint on this at all. They give power for these bureaucrats in these health agencies. To, trample on people's individual liberties and rights. and. Then you keep getting statements. From the elected officials that I proposed or the appointed officials and Cheboygan County, the county administrator a guy named paid. Who get at their luck I have a reasonable person. We would only do this in the case of an emergency something that was really bad what we know that he's full of crap because we see what's being done right now in the face of Kobe which is not any emergency it might have been an emergency in New York City during the peak, but nowhere in the state of Wisconsin Right now, is there an emergency offer covered? Yet. We remained with many facilities at twenty five percent occupancy schools remained closed people are under orders to wear masks all the other stuff that's gone on for something that clearly is not an emergency soon, that these health officials are going to show some sort of restraint. They're all a bunch of Kirsten. Johnson's she's the one that runs ozaukee Washington coty more on how she turns out to be one of the reasons why these schools in Ozaukee and Washington are suddenly changing courts and closing right now it's because you've got these health officials unelected that are going out there and single handedly. Abusing their authority? And just gut punching citizens of the stomach by up ending their lives by saying their kids can't go to school that can't have county fairs and in some cases. Yeah. We're GONNA come in and raid your house because we think someone is sack. Anyway. Cheboygan counties. The latest one that had one of these things on the radar data disgusted at the board meeting last night and the meeting was packed the citizens who showed up. Packed and they're outraged. And what after the other of them got up? They talked at addressed the cowboys how this is a terrible thing. I suspect if they remain diligent Cheboygan County, they will succeed in killing this. Thing that you have to be aware of as these liberals are very effective, kill it. They can always bring it back a month. Later, you just have to stay on top of them, and one of the good things that happened during this period here is we have a lot of people that are going online now and check in government agendas and Batard Ray, what's going out of their local committees things that the media use? The deal, but the media doesn't expose any type of leftover reach at all. You're not GonNa get the Sheboygan newspaper to dive in and expose this power grab by the health director, and by Adam, pain up there and Cheboygan county this is going to be something that's going to be discovered by residents on their own. In the same way I. Don't think you can count on any media organization to expose what's going on in. Zakir Washington county you're not going to get the media dive into exactly why mcgahn themes no betrayed the residents of the community and reverse course shutdown the schools at this meeting that they held on the couple of nights ago you're not GonNa have anybody dig into who's saying what to whom, and whether or not some of these health officials. Health director has nothing to do with public education nothing. There's nothing in this statute of. Authority that gives them the power to do this but they stick their beacon and they say, you know what you should close your schools. So then they avid excuse to go and close the schools. Well, if those officials show so little restraints at they're running around now messing around with the schools something that they don't have. We have school boards, they helped fish county health officials nothing to do with the schools yet there they are. So imagine if we give them this broad, your Internet and wireless should always have you covered with xfinity your cover far and wide get the best internet experience at home with Xfinity X. Y. and the best wireless coverage with xfinity mobile to learn more click call or visit a store today requires residential postpaid, Xfinity, Internet restrictions apply slate just start going into the business as a doormat Cadillac in this padlocked the all this is written in the ordinance they had the ability to do it anyway. Now remember where I was fifteen minutes ago. I, why did you not to lose this idea of Walla? Tosa was listening more. To. Agitated some Milwaukee, some of whom posts on social media, how much they love street gangs that they were listening to their own city residents I said, that was the basis for where we're we're going now in Cheboygan I'm going to start connecting these dots and make an important point to you. I'll give you a little bit of a hint. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Eleven thirty wins Summer in terms of weather remember hat the State of Wisconsin and just wasted with nothing to do. Our our Rutta these commercials for like I. Got All excited. It sounded like there was something you can go to that. It's well, you stay at home and watch it on TV or something. I wish I was in the business of just putting things out. I just put something on just hack everybody off right now. By the way. The media just try to find some sort of outbreak in Sturgis. Tour tour to make any judgments on it because they say you're supposed to give it fourteen days. I'm telling you if two who work at a drugstore seventy, two miles away from sturgis get the corona virus that see this is what happens at a quarter million people show up there in. The forecast for the next few days mostly clear tonight low sixty five for the next several days partly to mostly sunny eighty three for a high Thursday eighty-five on Friday. Slight chance of thunderstorms still partly sunny on Saturday eighty five Sunday a little bit cooler with temperature staying in the seventies and a slight chance of thunderstorms. In, most that the local communities were some of these draconian health ordinances have been proposed. Often sold by dishonest public officials as saying look, this is actually more limited than what the state could. That's like China say well. Okay fine. We're locking everybody up at Joe Solid Russia was worse. Because of significant public opposition that showed up in person. It looks like many of these things are going to be stopped. Now, follow my transition here. Let's move to another area where public opinion is being largely ignored. The reopening of schools. Some of the communities that said that they were going to open their schools have now reversed and turned around and close them. or in the case of Germantown coming up with a decision that is so muddled that as I said, it's impossible to explain. In almost all of these communities however. The public opinion of the parents has been overwhelming in terms of opening the schools for five day in person learning. Yet, the school boards didn't listen to them. The difference is, and again, there are some exceptions that this I'm generalizing in most of these communities when the school boards held their meeting, they didn't have two hundred and fifty parents show up screaming and yelling out of demanding that you open the schools we've had that with these health ordinances. Before Evert issued his statewide mask mandate a number of local communities issuing mask orders of their own nobody was showing up at meetings to objected them. Whether, you agree with it or not. The reason that we have these mass quarters is the very few people seem to object to them these health ordinances though that give you this rod massive power. This is trip people striker. And the show it up. Now here's the lesson in all of this. Public officials especially at the local level. Respond far greater. To public opinion that they see it here. When you show up at one after another after another tell him something that makes it impact. Unfortunately again, this is an area where the left has an advantage. When the left voices, it's public opinion riots. When the right voices, it's public opinion we read an email. That's just the way it is. Robert Tulsa. Protest riot everybody's grass scraping. Yell to the boarding shoot a shotgun per the window throw rocks around storm to the ball block the Straits. What are the people in the other side you? He didn't email the mayor. Though the reason for that is most people on the right are polite orderly people. And they believe that as a resident there polite email that they. Should be given as much if not more weight. Than the screaming taunts that are hurled by somebody that doesn't even live the city unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. The mayor of the Dennis McBride Clinton has made it clear. He doesn't care what the residents of auto sue sent him an email. Say He's fire more motivated. By some people who live in the city of Milwaukee. Walking down his city streets, shotguns black and traffic. Now there is a happy medium. Dodge Connie Cheboygan county while with some of the others that have mentioned where there were opposition to these health ordinances when people show up. And again. One person showing up doesn't do much good. But, it can't get to two hundred unless you start with what two hundred people to simply. Two hundred different. One person's if you know what I Made This is where organization people getting organized and getting people to come together. This really matters. This is what moves the needle in terms of public officials respond. I tried to tell the audience forever nobody listens to me an email is fine. Phone calls are better. The phone call somebody on the other end as a staff or whatever has the end up talking to you. If you phone call a school board member to talk to you at hands up having a greater impact. Than when they just reading your email if they read it all. Here's the next thing about this. I wish the following statement was not correct, but it is correct. Being polite doesn't work. Again I. Wish I was wrong about that and I'm not advocating being at AMAC's. Jerk. I'm saying being polite does it work? The pro-police supporters had wa Tosa have been polite. The anti police agitators have been. Road. Disruptive. And in some cases criminal. What's worked? Now, let's compare to people on the right to the right. The people opposed that these health ordinances I'll grant you they. They've always been real polite. I watched a good chunk of that meeting and Cheboygan. County. Last night people were mad they were rather you know there are volatile that got up there. They talked they spray but a yellow to the out of the other thing. The parents that are asking the schools to be reopened they right. They're nice reason email. I wish being polite worked. But it does it with local government officials screaming yelling at him and call it a monster. That's it gets their attention I'm not advocated. I'm just saying this is how they responded. So the lesson you learn from this is. I'm not saying out, email your public officials. It's better than nothing. But in in person contact. In which you're pretty clear with your opinion is is more effective. That old this wiki wheel gets the grease. Well, the squeaky wheels of all people that are rioting we have seen across the country. Look at Portland. Can you anybody argued that the rioters have not completely one? Violence is out of control right on Portland is getting worse. Every single night in the police had responded at all Seattle the riders what? In. While we're Tosa the protesters who have become it's their wedding. One of the reasons this is really good. One of the reasons the left hates trump. This is real. Good you ready for this? Is, trump is kind of like a conservative riot. Trump the impact of trump the way he expresses himself and gets back at everybody's face. He's like our riot. No Republican Raises Raises Hell. The Way Donald trump does he gets everybody's attention at has an impact he in other words getting your face in the same way the frenetic gets in your face. The left can't stand it when their tactics that they use all the time are applied against them. In other words, trump fights back. Trump also tries to harness public opinion they could hold his rallies trump get five, ten, thousand people show up to hear him. This wiki wheel gets the grace. The frustration that many Wisconsin have had with Republicans in the state legislature who have sometimes fought very hard. Is, you never really get the impression that there's any sticking the win the face. There's Jonathan brassed off who's district of the east side of a walkie showed up at riots while Tosa. We don't see any Republican members of the legislature physically showing up in person raising hell over some of the awful things that are going on to harm is people want you to fight back. Now I grant you it's not the nature of a decent person to go into some other community and raise hal in the middle of the night the way some of these Democrats are doing. But the left is fighting, they're fighting breaking every rule that's out there the rioting in the case of Portland Seattle it's outright insurrection in the case of Wildwood Tosa. Look at what happened it Walla by the way I'm waiting for the first media outlet. To come out and call David Bowie a Liar David? Bowen. is a bald face layer. He went out in the media and he said officer Mensa fire that shotgun himself. We got a guy criminally charged with do it. But TV. Station is put a camera in David. Bowens face at at demanded in a bow and you were there why did you lie? And for that matter, we haven't had Eddie members of the state assembly call for a sensor or censure or a sanction against Bowen for lying about this taking part in essentially a riot. And then nothing from Robin or anybody else of the legislature to censure him for getting up and lying about it, and for that matter, the Journal printing the layers lies. Because he's line we got we have a guy criminal charges shooting the gun I. Guess the District Attorney's Office I. Guess Are they lying to Bowen or were you a liar? Not My point here. We all know what my style is. My personal I've never running around yelling and screaming and so on. It's not the proper forum to be able to do it but on this show. So my opinion is heard I don't mean said he words I try to speak clearly and loudly That works. That's a gets people's attention. With regard to all the stuff that's go out in our society right now if you want to object to some of this stuff. Again I'm not telling you not to the email I'm saying. You might be a little bit I come and I get people shy and it's hard for people. They see the person at a church in the grocery store and so on. It's hard for them to like kill off at school board member. Is Some of those school board members in Oak Creek were told off for the way they sold out their community. If some of the school board members in Mac blood, you've got a member of the school board and Mec one who's a tutor believe it or not as a tutor he's GonNa to the kids that aren't GonNa to go out of the school. So he can line his own pockets with the decision. He made the closest school. If had a number of residents of that community, tell him offer what he did here. Ask why in the world you're listening to a health officer WHO'S You know Kristen Johnson who has nothing to do with education and nothing to do with raising children why you're taking her input on this and demand to know why you are listening to these people that selling out. If they had to hear it again, I understand that's kind of a root thing to do. But what do you think the teachers have been doing forever you saw how they act up on that kid you see what they've been doing behind the scenes they're berating and yelling at people who works look at what's go at every one of these protests that look at the way they conduct themselves and look at how it almost every single community they got their way. Look at Milwaukee. Who got fired chief Morales got fired. The loud obnoxious. They're gonNA. Get I'm not advocating louder and obnoxious. But I am saying that if you WANNA see a road map as to how to black thing conservative perspective look at what's happening with these health ordinances were a people get informed. Be They get the word out and see the show up? And I know regular people can't show up at ninety seven meetings and site isn't GonNa go out and riots in the street but. Until public officials show the same respect respectable use Waubosa Guinea pig until May McBride in the City Council and that goof on the west side co forth and so on. Until they're willing to listen to the tax paying residents of the community with at least the same attention that they're willing to give advocate of the gangster disciples who's firing shotguns in people's houses. You May as well upped the ante up the game a little bit because that's what these public officials are saying when they keep sucking after people that. Are disrupted that break the law and show violence and keep ignoring regular old citizens who politely express their opinion. And as I say I I I don't know how long I'm gonNA run the clock on the State Assembly Sanctioning David Bowen for lying about I mean he went out and he lied about an attack in which somebody could have been killed the shotgun going off he said Mensa fired that gun. badgered for Republican, just made that up about. Somebody. A Republican member of the assembly just lied and accuse somebody else of firing a shotgun. You never go to the end of it. Same thing with brassed off. What in the world that we have a democratic state assemblyman from Milwaukee going around taking part in riots going at it while Matosa. Well. There that. All right. So it used that word well, I'll guarantee what happened at men's is houses benzes girlfriend's house that was a riot. A riot. Riot it was right. What's what happened? The other night was aboard lied riot where you had for an hour and a half people getting in the face of police officers in screaming every curse word at them again and again, and again with elected Democratic members of the state assembly there. And who do the power structure while Tosa listen to the people yelling and screaming and berating the cops the level of support for the WATTO's the police department within Wa widow city government right now is so far as I can tell limited to one Alderman every other Alderman. has sold them out and the mayor has essentially flipped them off. And the people in Wildwood Tillerson who don't like that again, I wish the following as I said I wish this wasn't true. You've been nice and polite about it. That is it working? Fire a shotgun in somebody's yard hole then you'll get the mayor at you get to us. Oh, then bow and scrape and fall all over themselves to do what you want do. Look at the tactics that they use to try to get mensa fired and so far. They've got him suspended. They've broken every rule of civility of the book and look at what the supporters of officer men's have. They have been polite contacted their officials spoke it out who won. Ghetto. How are we stopping health ordinances? People are raising hell why religion and all these other things out there because all we're doing is ready bills. Get I. Wish this was not true. I'm just telling you what is true. And that's why I connected the Walla Tosa to the Sheboygan. Eleven thirty W. I S. N. Mark Afternoon show going to give you know sizzling suburb cash testing word for the four o'clock hour. where it for this hour is cash c a s h catch you have until five pm to texting cash the two, hundred, two, hundred, you'll get a text confirming entry plus iheartradio Info Standard Data dated messy grid supply in this nationwide. Contests though I was commenting earlier about lobbying local government especially. Say not the city of Bill. Walkie. But Dodge County, Sheboygan County is a good example Hockey County Germantown School Board, Greenvale sailboard etc. Governmental bodies like that. When you have the kind of thing that's occurred in Wa. Were at a suburban community suddenly. You have protesters and rioters disruption. As I indicated it gets the attention of public officials to the point that they ignore in tune out their own residents. These are people who by-in-large. I mean, you get elected Wamba Tosa. You're not generally somebody who's thought of as being the most strong willed person in the world I mean some maybe some may not be. But you see mayor McBride sitting up there with his mask you think that he had the ability of say Donald Trump to tell a bunch of outsiders you're out there trying to ruin people's lives that you're not going to allow. Rioters in Milwaukee to come in. And destroy our Waubosa Police Department. He didn't have that ability. Now wobbled toasted community that has been trending left in the first place. But I think we have seen this acquiescence, the pressure from the left, even more conservative areas. In the communities that have chosen to keep the schools closed or go to these kind of goofy hybrid proposals. You're getting clearly two groups of input, one group or two. Groups of input. One group is the parrot opened the schools. The other is the teachers in the school employees closed the schools. Who Do you think it's been louder and more obnoxious with their message. Well, we know it's almost impossible for any group of human beings to be loud or obnoxious than unionized schoolteachers. So probably the out. So the tone. The strength of the message it matters, and again I wished that it didn't there's a third component here to this, and this is where I'm going to wrap up the topic of avoid. One of the points that I have tried to make over the years is that in many cases rather conservative communities. The. Elected officials in those communities are much more liberal than the communities the whole not always. But, for example, just grab community acts. I don't WanNA use an example because it disproved by point and I don't know who that every village mortar school board. Let's say community axe. Support Community X. Men Sixty eight percent for trump and the latest election. Very. Likely that the village board or city council and community ex didn't go sixty eight percent for trump may be fifty fifty and the school board might not even be that much in other words the people who run for public office even in conservative areas summer conservative. But as a group, they tend to be less conservative than the community as an overall. Part. This is because liberals are likelier to just run for stuff. All these social service agencies when you have, you see on the boards of directors this I mean it's one pack a lefties after another after another one of the most conservatives work. We got time on our hands left. He's do they worked for another nonprofit? All they do is go to meetings all day and so on. It's just it's just part of who sakes these things school board who runs for the school board? Some cases starch. right-wingers usually not. So part of the problem that you have your at a conservative community, you're being run by somebody who would fit in just five in Madison. I want to share with you a story about Hartford. Hartford in Washington County. It's part of that area Washington cody where forty years ago nobody the now there's just everybody lives up there. Slinger Hartford Richfield, that whole area Hartford is. Watching it got it. I don't know ten miles of West Bend I right on that A. Anyway. Hartford, very conservative community. They have. Like many of our communities, kind of an unusual school board structure and I want to stress to make this clear her because some people are going to hear. It's kind of like the way they do it an aero yet arrowhead has all these little elementary school that feed into a different school district that runs Arrowhead High School In Hartford. There's a school board that runs Hartford High School. But there are different school boards that run the elementary and middle schools. You follow me on this I know it's confusing. This is not the school board runs Hartford Union High School I'm not talking about that. This is Hartford School Board district one in some elementary and middle schools in Hartford. There is a member of that school board. WHO and social media? Is Praising Colin Kaepernick for taking a knee during the national anthem and claiming that this is an outstanding peaceful protests she advocates taking a knee for the anthem. She also on her social media page praises the message of Alexandria Cossio, cartoons. Now. Who say this is one of the most conservative humidity's in southeastern Wisconsin yet on their school board they've got somebody who believes that we should kneel for the national anthem and thinks that Ao is right. Her name is Erin Wilk. Now you know this because somebody in that community. Is Check it out who's running their local government. Now that we're beginning to realize that a lot of people, even a conservative areas are being governed by glorified. Marxists. Said Mark later this you won't believe this. This is Hartford. This woman's politics would fit into the east side of Milwaukee in shorewood in Madison. Beijing. Elected Hartford. So again when you wonder why? When left-wingers come in and they agitate on something and it could save at a very away they roll over. So quickly and a greater many of the people that local government even conservative communities I left he's themselves. Now this is where a guy like me is not much help to you. I mean I just frankly can't pay attention to WHO's running for the school board in Hartford School district. Hard for district number what? The district number two, the Hartford's high school boy, the all these other communities I mean. Hundreds of these communities. If you want to be run by liberals who can't elect liberal. If. You don't want to be run by people who think that we should take a knee for the national anthem. You need to make sure that you're not voting for somebody takes city for the national anthem. This is what area were. Social media can come in handy because sometimes some of these radicals. Out themselves. So, as we see. In many cases government moving radically to the left doing things that are terrifying us like the proposal of these health ordinances or these school districts that are refused to open school months after culvert Bro- broke out even though the covert numbers are radically lower than we feared and the problem has been less severe than we thought it was going to be and kids don't get this. Understand that even conservative areas many of our decision makers that we have elected. Are ultraliberal people themselves. And finally. When there is. A squeaky cranky conservative fly in the ointment. They'll use every opportunity that candidate rid of them like Germantown. Guy Just a swimming coach. that he expressed things perfectly well, of course not. Criticize Black Lives matter though comparative to the KKK. and. Based on what we're seeing some black lives matters doing members do in some communities maybe it's a valid comparison but. Hacked off school officials in. Germantown. They fired a swim coach. This is never done where anybody our goes out and tries to purge somebody who has extreme views from the left. In Hartford, you could advocate taking a knee for the national anthem and not worry at all about who that will offend. That's what a school board member does. But in Germantown, the school board member managed to get rid of a swim coach because he dared to criticise a Marxist organization that while it does include some peaceful members also has members that have been involved in rioting across this country. Look at Portland and look at what black lives matter is doing in its name there and that understand that German Germantown you've got a guy who can't even coach there because your school board stood up. For arrogant and abusive school administrators who at the same time. They're keeping a lot of kids out of school for day to day instruction managed to make sure that we don't even have an assistant swimming coach is not even a teacher with any kind of right wing viewpoints. All of this is I opening and the lengthy discussion that I add here is my attempt to explain how it works and if you want to do anything about it as I said. Politeness as it work anymore. And it just demonstrated the being polite with Germantown Schoolboy to being polite with Sarah. She's running around trying to ruin coaches careers because she doesn't like somebody's view on black lives matter and trying to get on them and you know keep the school close. The polite to simply hasn't worked what's apparently worked is with black lives. Matter does what apparently works with Frank Nitty does raise hell scream yell at break every rule of civil society. That's how you get local government apparently do exactly what you want. Again. I am not advocating it and I'm not saying I. Wish it were true but it is true. And got from Milwaukee this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk seven, thirty, W Y said. The Milwaukee County District Attorney's offices brought criminal charges against three men in connection with the incident that occurred a week and a half ago and wall Matosa. In which protests at The home of a Milwaukee police officer who is the girlfriend of Walla toast the police officer Joseph Mensah. Became violent and out of control that started with. Protesters vandalizing the property of the Young Woman's home toilet papering the house throwing things at the House and so on. It ended with officer. He then had officer men's that come out of the home with his dog trying to confront the individuals that were vandalizing the home. which resulted in a chaotic response that included. The. Throwing off shoot off firecrackers in then a shotgun blast. There were stolen rocks and objects thrown to the window of the home. Vandalism as I said occurred in. So odd we know that at least one member of the Wisconsin state legislature claims that he was their representative David Bowen of Milwaukee Jonathan Brost Osborne involved in some of these things while Matosa. As, well following that incident. There were initially claims by some of the protesters that they didn't do anything. Wrong. And David Bowen. Wisconsin State Assembly voted on J S Online. Claiming that version of events was untrue and then claimed that it was Mensa himself that actually pulled the trigger on the shotgun. Now there are some people after that story came out who were wondering whether or not office events might have been exaggerating what happened and whether Bowlin was telling the truth. Well, the Balki County District Attorney's offices run by a Democrat. They had made the decision here to charge criminally three individuals. In connection with the incident that occurred here at every indication is that Bowen was Li-. He either didn't know what he was talking about and made it up or he saw it with his own eyes. It is a bald faced liar. The individuals involved were arrested over the last several days in criminal charges brought a couple of days ago to my knowledge. The first place to this is reported is that a website called Wisconsin right now dot com. The three individuals that are facing criminal charges are faced with a variety of allegations bought. Ronald, and this is his middle name here because this is a very common name Ronald, Dimitri, an bell junior sure. There are a lot of people with the name. Ronald Bow. So this is Ronald Dmitri and Bell Junior. Who Lives in Milwaukee William Loft and divall Lofton is the other person who who are other individual who is principally accused. Of taking part in the incident, I've read the criminal complaint too bad name. Niles McKee who faces charges as well. The most serious charges against. The criminal complaint goes into very lengthy detail and it is clear that they did a lot of reviewing video that was taken probably cell phone video from a number, the individuals that were on the scene and being able to piece together. What happened they also have cooperative statements from a couple of the individuals who are charged your implicating. The main actor. Among the charges against Bell. Are Second. Degree recklessly, endangering safety use of dangerous weapon. Battery to a law enforcement officer as a party to a criminal act for Lofton. Second degree recklessly endangering safety. And so. Again, I'm not going to go into all the details of the criminal complaint because I don't have the time to do so here. Suffice to say that we had. was. The logical extension of the sort of thing that is going to occur. When a community makes the decision as Waubosa deed. To simply allow overt lawlessness. What was happening in Wildwood Tillerson was building day after day after day. It started with marched down the streets yelling and screaming. And it kept getting worse and kept getting worse and as I said at the time. The. Turning point was when the widow city council voted to ask the fire and police commission to fire officer Mensa. This through gasoline on the fire because the people that were coming in largely outside while the Tosa. To demonstrated rip the police realized that their tactics were working. Imagine you have a two year old child I hear that's one of the worst. Is that true? Kids are bratty at the edge of to that to. Terrible, twos they call him some peak brassiness it'd be too right. Paul Paul agrees with this. If you have a problem with it, should I have people call up and give you your input on what year is the worst Paul does not want to Paul does not want any input generally apparently on anything So, let's suppose you have like a two year old. That's at his highest level of Brad's. Any yells and screams and Yeltsin screams yells screams and every time you heels and screams you give them whatever it is that he was. What's he learned? T. L. and scream. The wabash Tosa rioters were the equivalent of the two year old. They were yelling and screaming behalf like brats and carry it out of the middle of the night and honking horns yellen standard of sidewalks blocking traffic. Showing up at meetings of the City Council, not speaking turn, but simply yelling and screaming during the meeting. And then they wanted. Now nincompoops. Thank well. Okay. They got what they wanted to go away. Apparently you don't know how to raise a two year old. because. You never go away when you get when you're white, you simply start asking for more and more and more and more. Once, while Tosa rely wants the protesters realized that they were able to get Mensa. And there would be no punishment for disturbing the peace blacking Straits, violating traffic laws, harassing people in their individual yards, holding protests without a permit, all the laws that have been violated from the beginning during this what they realized, there are no consequences for that in other words no downside but they were getting the upside of getting what they wanted. It was inevitable that they keep pushing this. As, we've seen at certain other cities like Seattle Portland, etc. Often they end up taking these protests. The individual homes said they went to his house. Is the police officer who whose whose girlfriend is a police officer there's children in the house. The only reason you go to his house and then scream at the top of his lungs and then try to vandalized by toilet papering and throwing stuff out you're trying to provoke him. That was the goal they were trying to be provocative. I think they wanted to come out and shoot his gun again that's what I believe for the beginning I. think that that was the old Benson tried to kill another one of us. But he did he came out without his gone with his dog. In some our shotgun goes off. It wasn't officer Mensa Shotgun. It was brought by a protester. We have been told from the beginning by media that are spinning this story. I have thoughts which TV station is the worst, but I'm not going to express it because I haven't watched all of them with equal levels. But it is apparent to me that everybody who has set out to cover these protested Wabi Tosa supports the protesters. Look the other way and we managed and I get that on TV you can't show curse words and so odd. But they have done everything they can to show the most peaceful moments of this on my website belling dot com earlier in the week I, put up a video that was put together by one of the protesters. About an hour of the exchange that went on Friday night this past Friday that while Tosa wear. These cops and again, it's not the fault of the individual cops. It's not even the fault of chief wherever because I think he's being shoved around by the mayor. But you have police officers here who have essentially turned into. I got out of want to be insulting here. But Tosa Police Department right now looks to me to be a joke. Joke. You agree with that. I think they look like like a joke. They they they looked like pansies, cowards, Sissies. My whole life I've never thought I could walk up to a police officer and scream at the top of my lungs what I know good dirty rat and I've. Up Pizza. Y garbage miserable for our. How can you do that to a top and a COP allow you to do it now realized the individual cops are under orders told the can't do anything about it. This is violation in ninety seven, million different laws including disorderly conduct but these police officers are taking again and again and again and again, and again, and again and again, and then the media comes on the next night and tells people that there was a peaceful protest. What in the world is their definition of the word peace. Peace that somebody didn't get murdered is that what peace means? I think. But I think a piece, I, think like of. Tiny, Tim's from exotic Elali or Yati plan is crappy music or. Somebody channing to Chan Chan plan the Ravi singer Shankar plan the tire. By people walking around with flowers. There's a term called peace and quiet. Peace isn't simply while they didn't kill anybody. This is hardly peaceful. It was raucous obnoxious mean-spirited loud it out of control. And it is aimed at provoking the only reason you scream somebody's face for an hour is you're trying to get to shove you back. So you can claim the police are being violent yet. So. Who are these peaceful protesters it's been remarkable. How few of their names ever come out? Nobody in the media seems to try to figure out who they are whether or not any of them. In fact are criminals of criminal records. Instead, we're just told peaceful protests and we automatically accept that they're peaceful protests is because that's what Some bubble editor TV reporter wearing sneakers says as she marches alongside them. But if you actually see some of the raw video, this is hardly peaceful. It's mean-spirited ugly. Well. We finally have some names because some people have been arrested and charged. So we could look at it their backgrounds and I do want to credit this website Wisconsin right now, which apparently is one of the latest projects that Jessica McBride is unbounded. She's been around the block a few times and she's now on this and they broke a pretty good story here. One of the guys involved has a prominent social media profile in which he goes out and out and out about a lot of things add. There's photos of him appearing led. To fake, but I mean appearing to be using drugs and. Commenting at length positively about the gangster disciples, which is a well-known violent street gag. Well. That's an interesting perspective that we had not been told before and one that I wonder if anybody's going to pick up. So now, we find out that these peaceful protesters at least one of them and one of them involved in the criminal act that dealt with the shotgun situation that occurred here. Is Apparently, a big advocate of a violent streak gag. Peaceful. Protesters So anyway that's story is out. There are charges I am pessimistic as to whether or not anything's GonNa be done the strikes me as the kind of thing that John Chisholm is gonna a plea bargained down to nothing as fast as he possibly can on the other hand. He's got to deal with law enforcement officers in every suburban community of southeastern Wisconsin Milwaukee and I can tell you because I hear from a lot of them. That police officers throughout this region are furious. That nobody has their backs right now in local government. The, you could just go to a cops house and this remember the the COP. I WanNa make a point here and Going on too long. This story has been and I get why at sort of misreported because it's a little confusing because it's a very close boyfriend girlfriend situation. The COP whose house this was is a Milwaukee police officer. It's not officer Mensa. She has a right to have you know the love life and personal situation of her choice. It's herbal. In Milwaukee Police. Officers House was put under siege at Wa. Wa Tulsa. Every cap in this areas watching to see whether or not? You can just do that and get away with it. Now. We know that Tosa has a mayor at a city council that are more than willing to let them get away with it and have been more than willing to allow and get this criminality to go on from the very beginning. We know that Walmart does the city councils have. Even people who call themselves conservatives like this buffoon named Co forth from the West Side. Who has the backbone of? I'd say I was GONNA say a jellyfish how about a dead jellyfish even lemper that a jellyfish you can't get anybody to get up and say we stand for law and order and Wa Tosa, and we are going to not allow people to shoot shotguns taps. House. All but they're peaceful. No, they're not. This. Was that peaceful the last round of that we're not peaceful. I said it Milwaukee that I felt the first round of protest. We have the city of walk. Usually the ones that frank he was leading were largely peaceful. They were loud I said they were largely peaceful stand by that. Some got disruptive the cutting people's grass driving on properties and so on, but they were largely peaceful. The only one that I felt the got the level of not being peaceful as the situation McKinley where the tear gas is fired. The looting that occurred was not peaceful and some of the stuff that occurred outside some of the police district stations were not peaceful wall Matosas, ben in a different category. There has been a remarkable lack of curiosity from the media s the just who these individuals are. That are taking part in this behavior that has been increasingly obnoxious. It will be very interesting to say and I would encourage you to check out their websites and watch the newscast to see how much coverage local television gives via individuals that were involved. And shooting a shotgun at a at a cops house while a riot was going God. Now that we have criminal charges now that we have names and now that we have the ability to dive into backgrounds of each each of these individuals and as I was saying earlier in the program, we now have a criminal complaint that seems to indicate the David Bowen, a member of the state assembly who said Mensa pulled the trigger himself isn't an out liar. I would encourage speaker boss and the Republican leadership. To call for a Sensor Censure of Bowen. And I would even suggest call a hearing here. To discuss whether or not, he ought to be expelled from the state assembly or if there is a level by which he can be expelled from the state assembly. Lying about. The actions of law enforcement officer. This guy said a cop shot a shotgun at a crowded riot. He didn't Bowen made that up. The media nosy made up. Everybody now knows he made it up. Bulletin nosy made it up. So there. You would said Mensa pulled the trigger himself that there was a chance it was drew one percent two percent. You said, no. You don't think Cross your mind you cross my mind. Let's play. That's one two percent cross your mind. That's what boy did. All the mets venture. After all that committee is, here's a guy who's district is in Milwaukee coming in and lying about what happened at a riot. When police come in to investigate things, what are the things we got the public officials here maybe they'll be a good witness instead, they got a liar. Did Bowl, tell the police officers on the scene when they came to investigate that he li- that way to them tail. You get these reporters last trump and the press conferences all the time. Why do you lie about this way about that? Can you imagine somebody from? Channel Six Channel Twelve walking up to David Bowen and say, why did you lie about this? I I mean just. They're they're pink sneakers would turn Chartreuse I. I where did we get such a bunch of SIS five? I mean, it's not just that they're liberals cow. I I swear if these people were around in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. Niagara I for Joe Solid okay. Nice thought. Can We show how pretty the Gulag? Run here. Not. Right about this. What that's the I had TB reporter. I won't tell you who you was used tabby whether he's not in any way said look mark you would not believe this is now an entry level job being TV reported Milwaukee. Nobody. Gets anything and a lot of them aren't very good. It's an entry level job at used to be that an entry level job would be like Polka Telo Idaho or using Wisconsin is an example. Rhinelander was an entry level job for TV, reporter and you had to be good to get hired rhinelander. Most people came out of college couldn't get a job. And rhinelander your break you get to rhinelander and from there, maybe go the next stop me. Green. Bay was a good step. Maybe Madison. At if you're a spectacular after a few years, you can get to Milwaukee now straight out of college. They had a cameron there one man band and they walk around and the cover the news. Did any surprise that they're so easily buffalo. Medic figures that are running these protests and that they're so in an over their heads that they can't tell the difference between an out and out riot shotguns, fired cops houses. From peaceful protests. I asked very good questions here. Don't I. And don't they all answer themselves. For fifty-six by the the Journal can't get anything right of all the brewers I get that these baseball games and after their deadline did you see who? Who would they write the puff piece about today? Phelps I. If you didn't know what you would have just said, he's going to be the guy that was the losing pitcher last night did it would not last night's gave us no pitchers fault at minute went on and on forever and the twins finally scored a run but brewer bullpens just been phenomenal but it's just another case of that was I will grant you as games go. That was a fascinating baseball game in again looked like the brewers are going be go ahead. Kannada took a no hitter into the ninth inning yet had. Some the end again did he didn't even have the lead anywhere and Game went on forever and the birds lasted twelve four to three but. Sure was an interesting game to watch. As eleven thirty wins, Mark belling late afternoon show moment this summer cash contests text in word. I made an executive decision during the break. To Go back and read with David. Bowen told the media the day after the incident. And read from the criminal complaint as to what happened. First of all. I should stress that according to the criminal complaint. Ronald Bell has confessed. In the criminal complaint, he admits pulling the trigger on the shotgun. He also admits that he did this while he was confronting. The and The other police officer who has meant his girlfriend edie admits that he struck Mensa. Zen, the criminal complaint he admitted. Let me read without reading the whole thing. Bell admitted. That he was the individual with a shotgun during the August eighth incident. Bell also stated that the gun discharged while he was holding it. Striking the residents while he was confronting and then Mensa initials and then the girlfriend. Belle a grade that his behavior was reckless and dangerous when he physically confronted Mensa. He was holding a loaded shotgun. And that he puts several people in danger with shotgun discharged. Bell also acknowledged that he was striking Mensa and that he knew that men so was a police officer. Bell was aware. that. The group was at the location due to actions had previously taken while performing duties as a police officer at bell stated. That he has been at several other events, regarding mentors actions with the same group of People Belle apologized for his actions. So rattled bell, the shooter has apologized. This is what David told. The media. After this event. for which Ronald Bell has admitted, I was reckless that as apologized. Quote. It's very clear. Officer MENSA displayed behavior to push the safety on that firearm. And to fire it. He saw an opportunity to paint protesters as the Violet Bob, and it played into his testimony. I saw the struggle and so. That's a key point. said he saw. I saw the struggling so. So, he's putting himself out here as an eyewitness. So that's what Bowen put out. Now. According to various media accounts not talking today. He's referring people to guess his lawyer is Kimberley Motley Kimberly Motley whose representing all of the people who are shot. By officer Ben said these three several suits that are out there. Well. Motley Thou representing somebody who tried to shoot at well I. Guess. We know that at least two of the individuals involved so far shot at men says, well so Motley Molly wants to represent people who are shot by somebody maybe she needs to start representing their medicines since he appears to be the one, the spitting the gunshots directed at him. We have certainly said. In. So many of the stories that are going out in a society right now out dishonesty and lie. Is a tactic that works at its fueled in the number of protests that are going on, it's fueled a lot of the conduct of behavior that's gone on it's fueled. The statements that are being made president trump at the post office. The situation at Walmart Tosa though is the ultimate in a volatile situation you have it and otherwise rather peaceful. Community. Disturbances that have gone on night after night after night after night, you have very very weak leadership in the community that chose to not respond with strength to this. But instead by caving in to people who don't even live in their community, then you have the ultimate situation blow up somebody remember bell in order for belt the to pull pull the trigger a loaded shotgun. He had a bring a loaded shotgun to this event and I want people to remember that. Why did he break a loaded shotgun to officer mentions house? Why did he do that? Now if people aren't aware in all these peaceful protests going on, there've been a lot of loaded shotguns. We're fact that he has gone. He had I forget the guy's name his personal by alchemy triplet. Andre Triplets walking around with his loaded gun. There've been a lot of loaded guns at these events. Even the lefties claim that they're so bothered by people running around with guns, a lot of loaded guns at these events in this case, bell brought a loaded shotgun. I why do you bring a peaceful protest a loaded shotgun? But he acknowledges that he shouldn't have fired it but we have a loaded shotgun, a shotgun that is now fired at the house of a police officer who is the girlfriend of officer Mensa with all of these other people around there. Had WAUBOSA police. Nachon. Extreme restraint they might have responded to the scene was shots themselves. You've got an officer under fire. Everything about this story was close to being a nightmarish disaster. And the middle of all of it is David Bowen Pride to calm things down. Elected state official no. Instead he runs to the media and lies through his teeth about what happened. And continues to blame MENSA. As it. You would think after a certain point the LIGHTBULB. Glad over the heads of heather cool. Mamik. Bride. And what's he co fourth? And some of the other leaders while Tosa that maybe there'd be a little bit of integrity from the AFC Ofwat Tosa Robin. vining. And she'd stand up and suggest. That maybe while Matosa police deserve some support and some of these violent insurrection coming in from Milwaukee, should stop the criminal behavior on. But there's no reason to be optimistic about this. The process, the fire Mensa remains in place. There still protests scheduled you hear rumblings is going to be another one. This weekend and rumblings is all you ever get on this? It's hard to get this stuff nailed down. And no real accountability from anyone in the media toward the behavior of any of the people who have been out there. You know we use rhetoric cured. You can be Boeing might say, well, I wasn't saving literally pulled the trigger I was said it was a figurative polio trigger. You have people throwing the literal gasoline in the fire was some of these elected officials that are showing up in fueling these things knowing that remember. Everybody saw these people were shocked. They know exactly what this could have turned into, and if you saw the thing that occurred Friday night, which was a full week after the shooting that occurred at his house, were you at about one hundred and fifty people in the streets all of them screaming at the top of their lungs in the faces of these police officers, you have people that are trying to turn Wa Tosa into Portland. And very much like Portland you have a city official leadership in Wyoming Tosa. That seems to either be acquiescing to them. If, not out supporting them. But I think they pride is very, very close to simply out notes supporting. The. Anti Police Bob when you say well, I can't fire chief Weber. It's a little too hard to do. It's not a very weber should not be fired. He's a great police chief. It's not that officer mints that behaved legally and everyone of situations. It's not I. Don't want a bunch of people coming into Walmart does the breaking the laws? It's well, you know I'd like to fire everybody here and make all of you rioters. Happy. But I, it's just hard for me to do it. I just the what's he liberal? What do you expect for me? You guys are the ones with the riot you gotta go to work. You GotTA create more how? To that, McBride's MENA disappointed in. This would be the ultimate understatement and I said he's a liberal he's in over his head and expecting liberal the backbone against riotous protesters is the same as expected Nancy Pelosi to stand up to AFC capable of doing and Joe Biden will be capable of doing it. If he becomes president of these people will steamroller over him in the same way that the lefties Madison Steamroller over Tony Ebbers Liberals cannot stand up to anyone now people have ask questions about Republicans and their inability to show backbone as well. It's major problem in general. And it's one of the reasons why over the last several months we have moved. So radically to the left in this country, there has been a difficulty that people have had in knowing how to resist as I've mentioned in an earlier segment on the program. The way that you resist is you have to show up and make your voices heard stopping these health authorities in some areas is one of the ways that people had been successful getting the schools reopened as an area where some community successful and others have not. As for a situation like what like like like Ouaga Tulsa this is writing the book and what not to do how to essentially allow your community to fall apart and go to hell by Denis McBride and Heather cool they to go put it on the best seller list. How if you have a city not fall apart do the exact opposite of heather cool and Denis McBride. Right. Maybe, they can go out of the speaker tour. We're two idiots we watched our city, the hell this is what we did. Go the opposite of us. We're too stupid to know what to do over here ourselves maybe and to toughen McBride is he? Is He just a glorified Joe Biden over his head behind the mask there. What do you think? He's in over his head. So my being too hard on them. Well, but I if he's over his head, it's different from acquiescing have accused him of doing. I I'm say I'm saying I think he has acquiesce again empowering the rioters. That's what I believe has happened here. I could end in three nights. It really could. Ask for support from all local law enforcement agencies that you have and start enforcing every law that you have an community people that are standing on the grass blocking traffic screaming that are creating a lot of disturbance random all up, throw them in jail and not a judge show up to do any the bailouts until Monday and do the same thing again, and if somebody pulls out a shotgun. You gotta be ready to respond to that. We do not allow regular people like me and Pau and the folks who live in Warwick dozy to engage in insurrection if somebody has sought to have a shock gutted Wabi Tulsa, the cops are gonNA respond with the SWAT team and little she hit for six hours to talk about if they show up in the context of a black lives matter with. Got? However. Then suddenly, we all become little carnations with our pedals falling off. It's not the way we handle anything else the way I described woodwork. The question is merely whether or not. We have the guts to do it in the same fashion that you can stand up to the Germantown, school board and say, you shouldn't be out there firing swimming coaches because one of them criticized black lives matter all of these things require a certain will and when that will does you know the whole the old statement where there's a will there's a way that's true. News Talk Eleven thirty wins and Mark belling late afternoon show school boards all over the area meeting this week Franklin a meeting tonight Johnson Creek met on Monday night, they decided to back off their plans to open in school and instead they're going to the virtual. It's as I say impossible to record and all of these other than each time it happens. You get the impression that at a lot of these communities especially from the city of Milwaukee, the parents have been under the impression they were going to open school because they said, hey, we're going to open school. But then when it comes time to do it, they go in reverse and again, many of these schools are supposed to open this coming Monday the twentieth twenty fourth. So these parents just shell shocked by this because they don't have any prevision. The take care of the kids they were expecting the kids to go back to school and they were acting on the assumption that they go ahead and do it anyway the story I wanNA compare and relate this deal. You're now hearing the big ten saying, well, maybe we'll start the football season in January. It's the same thing. The Big Daddy's canceling the football season for the fall. Well, we're GONNA try to do it in the spring maybe we'll start in January. All that's happening with everybody here is they're kicking the can down the road. In. The same way that and the school districts all said Okay will be opened August and September the big hit. Okay. Put Possible. Timber we're GONNA Shove January. When you get to the middle of December they're going to be in this same pickle and nobody's GonNa have the guts star football. It's the same problem with the schools. There's always gonNA, be some number or some case or some racing somebody crying or some lazy schoolteacher or somebody's got some reason not to go would. Think ridiculous we're talking gear. So they're gonNA play football in the upper, Midwest January and February. When I would suspect the virus numbers are going to be worse than they are here in August September October. The is probably won't play in January or February. Then the next thing you know the playing April and nobody will be able to pull the trigger on that. Until we get out of this mode. Being afraid to start any think there is another point that I wanna make because I. Don't know how deeply to get into the whole school issue. For. The longest time those of us on the right where mocked because we wouldn't listen to the experts they aren't listening to the experts. You weren't listening to the experts interestingly that's all turned now on the school situation. With the exception of Kirsten. Johnson up in Ozaukee Washington over the way she sent me an email finally say well that urging these schools to close for just giving them data information and advice. This. Is the reason we shouldn't be having these health agencies in the first place they seem to sanguine until now, no one knew that they would be running around telling people whether or not. They should be opening schools. We thought health officers for like making sure that there were an bandaids that we're at the local you know candy stripers desk or so on. We didn't know that they were going to be people that were going to run around and stick their beaks into people's noses but as you. See Zakian Washington these are two counties were essentially everything has closed. Both of them canceled the county fairs the southern parts of both communities now, Germantown in southern Washington County is going to a hybrid southern Zakir County back is an opening up there's fears at some other districts are GonNa Choke and pond this. Well, what they share in common again is they have a health officer who has a biased pudding information to lead people to knock it on with their lives anyway on this point of following the sides The CDC and children's Hospital have both said schools should be reopened. Children's Hospital said look there's much more fear of long-term be damaged these kids. socializing and not getting out and going to school they're better off in school. That's a children's said the. said the same thing. So suddenly now the experts are saying something that the left is what I hear. They're the ones that aren't sitting in the experts now I'm not here telling you that if the CDC says jump, we should all jump or children's hospital says, this is what you ought to ought to do it. I'm saying most of these kids don't know what they're talking about any any of the time. But. The liberals were telling us and telling us and telling US intelligence intelligence the follow the experts until the experts have an almost unanimous in saying there is essentially no risk to children at all at opening schools open the schools. Suddenly, the crowd that has been telling us to listen to the experts doesn't want to listen to the experts. Now I know what's driving this and what's been driving the beginning. This has nothing to do with children. The. School is just a bit this everything to do with a significant number of the teachers and administrators being lazy steffes who don't want to work. I don't believe this calculation involves the danger to children at all because children are at extremely low risk and have been from the beginning on. What has been driving this instead is the fact that in most school districts said most universities, the tail wags, the dog and the tail is the teaching staff the faculty. And is the school districts there that are unwilling to confront them and will screw the taxpayers screw public health experts and screw parents had children. All. Very similar to the situation, we see Tosa appeasing the protesters to appease teachers who after all this time still refused to work. I do WanNa poke into this whole area. A moving beyond the decision of opening and saw onto. The way that all of us individually in our lives have had to confront with the reality of Kobe's some businesses are shut down restaurants going under. Lot of retail stores are done. Travel Industries at depression the airlines are laying off people like crazy in the meantime other people have gone to work every single day, and then you have some people that have either at work at home mode or doing nothing for six months it's been a different situation depending on your circumstance I would have addressed that larger picture for a moment. And talk about how situations like this you see many people rise to the occasion and sacrifice. and. Some who don't. And if you're wondering why generally low and it's a generalization, there are many great public schoolteachers and almost all private school teachers are great. My generally low opinion. A public school teachers is reinforced by this because once again in a situation where all over the country, a lot of people have risen to the occasion and evade sacrifices. The only class of employees that we can think of that has responded by lowering the occasion. Once again, showing that they care only about themselves and gravitate for Dwayne as little as possible while pocketing their paychecks is public schoolteachers again and again and again, and again, and again and again, and again they show that they're on the scrap heap of work ethic and the scrap heap of caring about fellow bad, right. That bottom. Me Get one of the the you know a meeting and say, we're going to go back to work in the everybody else. It's been working has been going back to work. You could do that. Easily do it. Why would you as long as we keep a nominating them for sainthood and be telling them and put together a three minute zoom lesson and then go lay on your butt all day collective full paycheck because you're afraid that you're gonNA get a sniffle. Why would they not do it that way? In the same way. But Walmart Tulsa created a monster by appeasing the protesters. We've created a monster by caving again and again and again and again, and again to these cities have we not? There's a lot of Lot Frank nearly and a lot of these schoolteachers. If you what I I take that back, that's not fair to FRAC-. He's at least sorta walk into DC I still think he's hopping in the car at night but you know I'll give frank. This is actually out there yelling and screaming and do it all of that stuff he's not doing the whole thing through zoom the way some of these teachers are I apologize to Frank Diddy. For Frank don't how to get there. He has quite the entourage. The question I've asked that nobody in the media will ask who's paying Frank Nitty. I'll ask it again because frank has never asked that question. I bet there's a lot of people they got food I mean he's not missing any meals and who's paying for this. Well. We assume it might be George Soros I asked the question and is it all in cash? Is this reportable income? Because if it's not a cast, there might be some child support payments at somebody might start tried to collect on five thirty, one newstalk eleven thirty W is. and. Walking, this is the mark belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty. W, I said. How much last iceberg you? Watch. Zeljo Mr Goodwin actually was a weird one. I actually for as many baseball games I got into this is watching most of the game I held a meeting that was in a social setting, and then they gave was good. So I stuck around and I didn't watch state of the twelve thirty I'm incapable of that and he watched the rest of their home All the baseball games I, watch I've not seen a lot of no hitters live. I've I've seen a few. There's enough that I don't remember them all. The there's still rare and. The interests me about no hitters is. A pitchers who the ninth inning with a no hitter. It's way less than half the get one. You would think it'd be about half because you know about half the innings don't have a hidden in them. But way fewer than half the pitchers who go out to the night any weather? No hitter actually end up getting it Oh hitter. What? There's a funny story about this. Should I tell her? Should he just move on? I gotTA. Tell it out well, anyway Candidate for the twins. Had No hitter going into the night that I mean he just had the brewers stay every they were flailing he had. I used to try to play fastpitch softball said. This wasn't any good at it. The only time I was I I just didn't have enough speed of the pitch and in order to have an effective drop all you have to have some speed so that when it drops. The banner cat headed and I just wasn't good enough. But anyway in fastpitch softball, the most effective pitch that you can throw other than just the hard blinding Rasbol it can't hit. Is Drop, and the drop is just that and you know you put a spin of the ball and coming incumbent and Reverend in softball. You're the bad is really close to the bond I forget what the number of feet is but it's very short its way closer than Major League Baseball. You just have no time to react to the ball's coming in in a straight line, and then it just got gravity of the spin takes it out. And that's what made us. Pitches were reminded me of made. He saw this eighty seven, our junk that would just the bottom was falling out of the burress kept. Going rear end cop chasing after this thing again. The first at like I said I thought he had no hitter stuff and I thought it was finally go to see one but I just think there's nothing worse. If you're a sports fan seeing your own team no hit it's to me. It's the ultimate humiliation. I did not want it to happen, and this is the second time in a week cub pitcher. Yu Darvish had a no hitter against weirdly to Asian Americans. What city allow that we can't hit Asian American. pitchers you darvish for the cubs, his Kennedy made last night but. I don't know what that would be. Others laughed. At The Darvish of Har- pitcher and made it just those junk. So the brewer leadoff hitter and the night that his cell guarded is I. If I was a Pitcher, I would just hate so guard. So guard is just he's an annoying hitter, which is kind of what makes them effective hey, kind. Of made us throwing this junk and the borough pitcher in the ninth inning Perdomo is out there forever and ever and ever made a sitting on the bench for thirty minutes. He finally comes out after this he throws out of these junk pitches at. So. Guy Just kind of puts his bat somewhere near the ground at. The Best I would describe it. It was sort of like how you hit off. When I did golf, I had no to hit out of out of bugger white couldn't hear him a bunker I didn't own A. Wet I try to use a nine yard. That's all I had. I didn't have that added nine iron. So I mean you know how I got out of the bunker. Grab grab grab the ball and throwing spruce. Well. That's outlets. What's so guarded. He put the back down there low and he just got this little flair beyond the reach of the second basement. Ed. The next thing you know the twins are committing error after after you're on the game on an extra innings. See under that is long as the brewers of and play on the twins remember back in the American. League they were in the same division. So they played all the time. Now you get them occasionally in Italy historically, they just played wild great games and. At game last night would have been a great when actually have had fans out but we don't have that. Eddie four, I want to. Move here. A little bit of a different direction I though I want to revisit circle back to a topic that I was discussing. Earlier in the program. I was talking about the input from the. Washington County, health department. To some of these local school districts, they decided to not open their doors. Most districts in Washington county are opening however Germantown talent came out with the decision that. I'm just getting. Reams of COMPLA- P people don't know who to complain too. So they can play to be and I I get that. That's fine. But you need to complain to your school board members. and. I know that a lot of people feel comfortable telling me because I agree with them and they're not comfortable confronting some lefty who selling them out. Germantown is the southernmost district. In Washington county you can't go any farther south in Washington County and still be Washington county German towns in the southeastern quarter sweat is. Likewise Masaki County the southernmost dischord sticklers. Zaki is Malcolm themes know what's the to on the southern edge? And those counties that it made the decision to not go to full-time opening of schools I've been contacting Matthew joined, who is the new superintendent of Mechlin themes felt. And asking him about the decision that was made by the school board. That is so angered parents and I said, did you get input on this on the Ozaukee? Washington Health Department and To Dr Joins credit he honestly answered the question and said, yes he said that we have been getting input from both Wisconsin Department of Health Services. That's Andrea Palm. And The Washington health. Department, which is Kirsten Johnson. He said they both provided information, but then went on to say that it is his understanding that the Ozaukee Washington? Health. Department supports that decision to not open the schools. I might be splitting hairs here but I don't think I am. I do not believe that a pointed bureaucrats should either be supporting or opposing policy decisions. This is the problem that we have. In Washington, the State Department thinks that it's the president and they sandbagged prompt they sandbag Republicans the same thing happens in the EPA. You have these bureaucrats when given a little bit of power. Thank that well I know better. I got a master's degree. I gotTa this that or the other thing. This is why we can't let these health ordinances passive places like Cheboygan County whatever authority is granted will be abused. I want to analogize my point go to breaking Matt expand this the following way. I've mentioned that like all the Cardi if you do any kind of reading, this is all the cardiologists in America are on the no are pushing the no carbs. Now, it started with a guy from Milwaukee who weep belly and it's just the big thing cardiologists are big on the no carbon. There's significant reason for it but their belief is that if you lower the amount of carbs as what's the term is called Kito or just low carbs or low limit, your cards that lots of things will improve your blood sugar numbers will improve significantly for people that are pre diabetic or diabetic, which is a health crisis. Now, the United States are diabetes numbers I through the roof because we're all too fat that you'll lower that by going the low-carbon it's better for your heart. It's better for this that and the other thing. Here's the thing though. What cardiologists worry about. I'm asking. The Heart? I know this is an obvious question, but it's such a key point to be. The, cardiologists don't seem to defy if you. You know go to fourteen out steak. And then you know put butter on top of it. The other they beat the sour cream don't get the light. Get the full sour crave. That seems perverse, right? WHO's uncomfortable with that advice? In the medical community. This is a key point, the ideologists. The cancer, doctors. There's a fair amount of evidence that a lot of that gloppy. Can Be cancer causing. Now here's my point with regard to these health officers and talk at a school districts and so on. Of course, the cardiologists is going to focus on what's good for the heart. What's the college is going to focus on preventing cancer? Baseball team. Better example, go to a football team. That offensive coordinator as different priorities said, the offensive coordinator, the head coach has to take input from both. Of course, the health director is going to err on the side of lacking people up for the next ninety years. So that none of us ever has germ waft by. You can't let people who are only focused that a part of the equation make your decisions. So don't ask them. You can get numbers from them do not get recommendations of bureaucrats whose expertise is only in the one area because everything we have in life is balancing numerous things. It's the problem we'd made with our country, our overreaction to Kobe in gutting the economy, killing somebody businesses, and creating all of these additional health problems with people not going in for cancer suicides going up pressure et Cetera because we only focused on the one part, the coalpit. When you have appointed bureaucrats who are in charge of what area do not let them ever make a final decision on anything is the elected officials who have to balance all factors in the case of the schools. The factor of whatever the health issue is with the mental health of the children not being in school the convenience of the parents they have their kids in school the need to have these children progress in the competitive world that we're in. So they have to have a proper in person learning. Experience, of course, somebody WHO's involved in public health is going to say one thing just to somebody who is seriously concerned about any of the number of other things might have a different input elected officials by their nature and individuals. All of us by our nature have to process all pieces of information we have I'll given excessive power to these health commissioners they have abused they have made bad decisions from the chief crack vouching on dowd, but the real problem is us and giving excessive way to their input. If, Shankar had his way by the way he's mentioned on the show twice at the same show all the Beatles logs would have been. At it. Was the was the Beatles side that they had the Abbey Shankar's Sitar. Really famous one. Late sixties I can I can hear. Beta the thing they got into that whole thing with him and George Harrison. George Harrison took Ravi Shankar under his way. There is that but. Little come. To be. My point on this is my point on this. Is that anybody who has a folk? Norwegian would yeah I think there was another one in there to Norwegian woodhead that great little sitar sound ended. Tomorrow never and how they had all right Friday. It's up to Ravi Shankar. Hey, jude whether I had a sitar in there and you would net Paul McCartney played the bass. Will you be quiet now he's given me every slugged it has the Sitara are they Ravi Shankar Sitar Sitar? Sitter the yeah. But sometimes, the Beatles Ravi Shankar actually planted on one of the it might have been Norwegian would amount of and something. Else I. don't care. Let if you have input on that Paul welcomes this type of. It. Won't take long but I'm GonNa, tie these points together that I've been making here. About what actually happens not for school teachers get to shove everybody around and whatever they say goes the kinds of balancing decisions that regular old Americans have had to make for the last six months as a result of COVID. Some people facing economic ruin sin people are sitting on their butts getting rich with all the extra unemployment checks they're getting some people's businesses if exploded real estate agents, other people are doomed chefs. Some people. They come into work everyday just as they always have because they're deemed essential others are trying to learn how to do their entire job at home in a bedroom work at at home. This is what real life during all of this is Ben something. At us? Essentially by governmental overreaction. But now let's put ourselves for once I always tell you to put yourself in the shoes in this next brief segment. I'm GonNa put you in your own shoes. Sinking Thinking this is the you without you Sexual George. George playing guitar with this was the Ravi. Shankar. Influence type of Beatles music. Hall says the Sitar is the only instrument you can think of more annoying than the Bagpipe. Hearing at an Iraq. Back in the day. So. This is the present. Long. -partment producer was genius he to use this stuff. Influence Beatles sound of the lay. Of the late sixties within you without you is those what are those signs scientists never really a single. I'm almost positive. Sergey packer is that is it on sergeant peppery. Almost positive. A lot of blocking. Is there any psych in the sixties for which there wasn't that? Drugs should like get a CO writer credit for like everything from nineteen, sixty, five, ninety, eight, right. Paul said Yes i WanNa hold your head really needed to be no everybody thinks that the that the lucy in the sky with diamonds was the dividing light in their People question whether or not that's stood for S.. I actually think the Beatles vitamin so they don't remember if it stood for that because it didn't seem to be unedited house aren't let's get to this. I have, as you know, gotten lots and lots and lots and lots of feedback and many much of it very emotional from parents who are crushed stated angry furious. that. In their communities they're either not going to open the schools or. I'm getting a real. Group of complaints about this hybrid thing for people say that that's just the worst thing of all you know go to school on Monday and Wednesday if you're from eighth, Adam and Tuesday and Thursday. If you're L through Z and then rotate the Fridays Southern, it's one on the other that that this just creates chaos and it's even worse rhythm for the kid that they'd almost be better off a total virtual. Rather than have the. Kid. Disarm you're just doing in one day, and then out the other I, Cherry picked out two or three to share with you. Not, necessarily because of the points that they make four against the schools because I thought, they were interesting insights. into the way, a decision like this rate would greet. A thirty, four, thirty, seven, whatever they are. Parrot. Of. Aid to Kenya old kid. So. Just a few of them. The first is to Germantown Germantown is displayed the decision to go to an extremely impossible explained hybrid plaid, some of the kids that are in full time some other part time by the alphabetical. Then the high school I think they take a can of alphabet soup, shake it up in the air and. Lands on your nose you go to school on Thursday but not to anyway. Mark I wanted to make you aware that Germantown School districts is back as I'm bad decision number two for the twenty twenty, one school year taps this the letter I received within the last hour notifying families of the move to two days a week of in-school instruction for middle school students as well as modification to every other day class for the high school kids schedule. I am contacting the board members to voice my outrage and was hoping you would spread the word to other district families to build momentum so our children can receive. The essential service for the basic education we pay dearly for. The thought of our children getting a subpar education. Because of cowardice of the school board and Teachers Union. makes my blood boil. I am it essential worker. Proud to be putting an extra hours in serving high risk population. Feel free to use my name if you choose to do so. I rarely get. Ninety. Nine percent don't use my name and of course I never use names and even when they want their names used in us, I tend not to do it. This woman wants her name out there. She's so mad. And did you see what she? I she's at essential worker I. Don't know what a job is, which is that she serves a high risk population. She's doing her thing at infuriates are her kids are being shot changed on their education. Her name is Christina Broncos. Again I shared only because she's literally almost begged. So impassioned she feels. Not from another community of this wad that it's I mentioned from a woman, but she does not want her name shared. She's referring to the decision that she received yesterday a two, forty, nine from maxine failed indicating that. They are going to renege on their earlier plans to start in school instead of going to start with virtual. I couldn't believe they were stating ZIP codes to potentially be hotspot worries odes. People found out about this all day via next door and facebook. But no official statement of Santo to forty nine PM yesterday afternoon. So. There was quite a frenzy all day. Now her point was the school board met on Monday night. Yet people were finding out about this through the social media APPS. Next door is a neighborhood kind of thing facebook that there was not actually any communication from the school district at all. So in the meantime, imagine the word fired around the community she continues. We are now in a scramble. To. Get our daughter enrolled for impersonal learning. Thinking about this she's pulling her kids out of Montville. She's got five days. Most schools shouldn't say most many start next week the twenty fourth. This woman is pointing out worse crab leg. We are trying to find a district to put our kid and we're not gonNA take this. We are now in a scramble to get our daughter enrolled for in person learning Grafton was full for the grade that we need. The closest public school is in Cedar. Berg. So we're currently looking into a private school. I don't wish any ill will on anyone. But I hope other parents are seeking alternative learning to cause a ripple effect through the public schools in our district. I thought that was played interesting. I made this comment earlier in the program. Wonders. How many parents it might only be a few. Decide screw this, and pulling my kids out I'm GonNa go somewhere where there's a teaching staff that cares enough about my kids. That, they're going to put up the schools. We already have declining enrollment and we have open enrollment of the State of Wisconsin. We have a growing number of private schools competitions for these kids. Can you think of a worse thing to do? During this time them to. Work up the saliva your mouth ED shoot a big FAT WADA DOB in the face of these parents. Too Graphic for you. Paul's five with graphic at allergy. Now, this one. This percent of the Oak Creek School, district, and board. Your last minute decision to start schools virtually, and then extort parents is absolutely appalling in oak. Creek the saying for one hundred dollars a week you can send their kids to school of about a daycare for. You are in the position. To do what is in the best interest of the students have our community, not the teachers and again, this is the key, the school district's think that is their role to suck up to the teachers. that. It'd be a stupid as our radio station thinking that we exist for the purpose of me making money and me not putting on a radio talk show. Furthermore. Your apathy for the tax payers of your community is outrageous as you completely ignored our voice during the survey earlier this year. The results were clear that parents want their kids in school to learn be social and build the skills. They need to become better than the previous generation more importantly to be able to grow up thrived make good decisions and intelligent choices. The skills your organization during Copa Nineteen seems to lack. In the past week both the CDC and children's Hospital of Wisconsin have come out publicly stating get a safe it essential for students to return to school children's went further to underline the importance of school in children's lives and how the lack thereof as detrimental detriment is a detriment to their medal. This week's reversal to appease only the teachers is borderline mental child abuse to use the school is glorified daycares and for fetal less is nearly criminal. How can you justify saying it's not safe for students to return to school at the same time, but then the same breath say, well, if you pay us, the students can come back to learn while the teacher's will still be at home teaching remotely. As a lifelong member of this community to get an ask you to put yourself in the shoes of the person who writes as a lifelong member of this community former student property owner taxpayer, and family man who brought my wife into all creek and started a family here. You have for the first time in my life. Made me ashamed to say I, reside in Oak Creek What readers name he signs it. Now this one I'm not going to read this woman's name, but it is so filled with details that identify her. She seems to be okay with it. But I'm going to take out a few things so as to not do so. Suffice to say that she has a job for which. She's probably going to be laid off because she's in an industry industry that is tanking right now. But in the meantime, she's an essential employees who has been going to work doing a very difficult job every single day. And is a parrot who's now been turned around and screwed by her school this. She writes markup apparent of two children. Seven and five in the MEK month. So School district I am also would essential worker. And the names her job and have been and then mentioned read her job is since this all started my husband will be considered essential worker he was, and then she mentioned the job he had but fortunately, he changes position in February and is able to work from home. Now he did the home schooling of the spread the best that he could while working while with me working and me being gone on vic on trips, her job takes away. That wasn't school. Needless to say, we need the schools to open in the fall in filled out the survey and wrote comments imploring the district open. We are at unique and needing the schools the openness several families on our street are in the same situation. My husband watched the first school board meeting in July when they said the results of the Serb when they showed the results of the survey and that they were formulating a reopening plan, it was a worthless meeting. However. My husband had a gut feeling from the way that they were talking that the schools were going to open. So we had rolled at a private school locally, we specifically moved to make one for the schools and are now paying taxes for the schools and paying for private school tuition. I should mention I've been with and then she mentioned her company just under two years and received. A letter and July most likely will be furloughed in October. It is beyond infuriating to be paying taxes paying for private school being an essential worker and most likely losing by job while teachers claim to be a martyr too scared to go to work. Well, some of us have been doing this all log I been to and then mentioned the job the places her job is taken to. The list goes on and on and on and I am just fide it is ridiculous that they are opening at are complaining. If they are scared and don't WanNa work quit. Make Room for the good teachers who have integrity actually care about the kids they can sit at home with no paycheck I have been working want to continue to work but will be one of the few essential workers who won't have any income at the end of this month at the end of this most likely. Three of our school board members terms April twenty, twenty, one since I. Made Out of a job. It seems like a great time for me to run and replace those hacks. After also after the announcement this week three other families on our street have no enrolled at the same private school. And their first day is today enough. She signs it. I don't want to identify her by name but. I took out a fair number of details. Another one they found a private school. And again furious. Through this whole period, many people you know Paul and I don't think we don't think we're martyrs covid into work admittedly there on a lot of people that are building lit talk show about the radio. He's a producer I don't WanNa be try to do this dial somewhere remote. So we're here. We're parties is part of our job people working manscaping. It's part of the job the people that are higher job the people that are you know do plumbing. It's part of the job zillions of people out there doing the cops, firefighters, aliens, EMS, they're. Doing the job during the during the IT's part of the drought. Okay. You gotta six go out around we still work. That's just part of what I think is other people. Okay. The company doesn't feel safe having you come into work instead account the taken all the computer crap and try to do it off of home communicating via email tried to set up these online networks going through active verification every three hours we'll do what it. It's part of the deal they're doing it whether or not we ought to be doing overreacting doesn't matter. You still have your job to do other people they work in the restaurant business they're going under they work in retail, they go under. They working commercial management they clean office buildings they have no office buildings soclean they're going under. They're hoping that they can get this government check check otherwise the going out of the food pantry that that thing that they've got what you talk about the traveling thing that's going they travel the discreet absolutely decimated the people who in that killed the people who own hotels are out foreclosures in the hotel business like crazy every kind of different. Experiences some people work even harder now that they've ever had a work others facing ruin some people in a business, suddenly take it off, and this is the reality of what happens when you throw this big fat giant curveball society and whether we did the right thing or not he's not my point. My point is that across the board for what I just mentioned for people that here the laid off, there is a shot or you are. Working real estate and you're making a fortune or everywhere it'd be between your somebody in radio that's work at home doing sales, your me and Paula, whatever it is. I am telling you I struggled to find one DAB group of employees anywhere who has complained about this other than the teachers everybody else's accepted the reality of their thing except these big mouth crybabies empowered by school board member should rather listen once again their bleep and screw everybody else. God bless the private school teachers who are all reporting to work. They're all operating the things, God bless the parents who are pulling their kids out of the public schools and sending their kids to go to be learned from teachers who actually teach rather than he stiffs are sitting up there cottages up up there up north say. Like a sacrifice, I'll do seven minutes a day on zoom six, twenty, news oh the word. As ranch go. That was pretty good. Was it. I just write about this I mean there's a hearing there somebody I've postal. Poi- complain about her Fedex complain these people that suddenly are doing door dash running every sick person's door grabbing every coveted festive doorbell take a change credit credit. None of them are complaining you but you see anybody else complaining. Even, in Sports Lorenzo, Cain complain he just said I won't take the money I'll go home I'll go home the teacher you're not. You don't want to give quick give the body back to all. They're getting paid. They're all getting paid the teachers. We haven't even laid off some of them and settle cases all zoom. Let's just have one second grader zoom for everybody. They're all still getting paid. The point that I make is as a country we have shown tremendous patients with this whole damn thing. And just about everybody whether you're doing extra work less work at home in person change it up find different. Other than the occasional here and there some individual as a group who's complained other teachers who said, they're not going to do what other teachers the at the university professors I should throw that in teachers to say what other than that everybody else is doing this just fine and his keeping their mouths shot. Once, I've heard that diverted Dirk Dr Doctors, nurses I aren't eighty the people that are the help out the people at the clinics doing temperature checks all day. Can you imagine a more miserable rat and job than that? How'd you like to be an Uber driver? Your income has gone you don't have what at all than. If you finally still get one here comes some Cova Guy, blow it all over your car. Get no complaints. We've done spectacularly well as a society and dealing with this mess one grope. Crybaby pitchers what. F. Predicting, do it in public only going to be one group in society that's GonNa wind and complain and not handle. This wouldn't we all have known it would a band the public school teachers. Lost the lottery back that. Give. People say what is it your mother and I really think by by the Guardian and? I really do I just think the teachers that existed back that day Part of it was. When I was getting I was the one that didn't want to go I was faking sick. She was the one that was trying to drag by sorry whining complaining but out of bed. Course the guy that's what it's come to the kids been out of school for but I. Think that this would be great never going to school. These kids are going nuts, nuts. So now in Germantown, if it's Tuesday in leap year and a quarter moon and the big hand hits can and the little hand hits eight, you can come to school for four and a half minutes and you were born April the seventeenth when. When we were still under the sign of Aries. German Tom Plan, but it actually is it's more confusing than what I just said. Family. Family is the word family fam. Hawai. Again I. WANT TO STRESS EVERY I. I'm tired of having to explain this because I always make Clermont. Anti in the public school teachers who WanNa work in those that are in districts that returning I am not talking about you. And I'm not talking about any of the private school teachers I am obviously referring to those who don't want to work have complained to the school board members. If you live in a community near a teacher who wants to work, but you're shut down, I'm not crazy and that I don't feel like I should have to explain that the. Talk about. A bad doctor I'm not criticizing the good doctors. If I talked about a bad talk show host certainly, not criticizing myself I'm talking about the Mayor Creek. Wins Mark belling late afternoon show you I think it's not only is the first show that Ravi Shankar got mentioned twice in the same show and it might be the only show he's ever been mentioned that. there. Easy. Eventually, that I've ever laughing which neither of us can name anybody else who plays the Sitar I mean other people played at George. Harrison played it. But nobody when you think of that instrument, he's the only person you think of right. I don't know that there's any other instrument where he's like the. Internet and wireless should always have you covered with xfinity your cover far and wide get the best experience at home with extended x y and the best wireless coverage with xfinity mobile to learn more click call or visit a store today requires residential takes than it Internet research and supply. Almost any instrument you can think of you can think of like maybe tour guys that are two or three people that do it anyway I said. To Paula, didn't believe me but you can look up no anything. That's again where no discussions fun because he just look it up on Google said I, swear Rava Shankar Played Woodstock and the reason I remember that is the difference it. He'd say Woodstock and live which occurred fifteen years later in nineteen eighty-four was live aid was on live. TV and live radio and everybody heard it in real time there was no live broadcast of Woodstock. People. went to woodstock and then he came back and told these stories that we thought there are making all up. It wasn't until they did a movie and there was a record the record came out a couple of years later and when I say record, it was vital that it was an you know flipped the record over at all of that and that had some of the performances and then there. Was the movie and but that was like a three year delays. So that was a delayed reaction in terms of who did what, and then you know it was three days all night, and so what they only put a tiny fraction, the performances that were on there. But Woodstock, it was the most weird eclectic light up that you could imagine there's Ravi Shankar out that crosby stills, Nash, the WHO were their. Blood. Sweat and Tears Melanie brand new key I mean just F- could imagine at people have debated forever what the greatest performance at Woodstock was. Well, I didn't see it all the ones that are on the on the movie you're on the record. So odd and. It's hard to answer that but I do know. Santana was. I do know which performance wants the record came out in the movie came out of this a said eighteen months to two years later. Riveted people of my generation created the most buzz and talk and it was by five Jimi Hendrix. Now he closed it off. He was the last guy that was up there I mean he played there's no no I'm just saying who cares nobody left this we heard the thing later what? Jimi Hendrix is dead by the time the record came out because I think the records that two years after he did purple haze on there but he did that to this day people argue about whether or not it was disrespectful or it was virtuoso his version of the Star spangled banner Ad. I happen to think that there's you can do the Star spangled banner. Any way you want as long as you're showing respect, you could do a country you can do a jazz, you could do it soul you can do a traditional you could do it operatic like Robert Merrill used to do at the Yankee game. So you can do it out of the Electric Guitar Heady Accords that people didn't know existed as long as you're not mocking a making fun of the music you're giving an homage the same as any other piece of music and I thought Jimi Hendrix's version of the Star spangled banner was incredible but the thing about it that I remember is Remember this is nineteen, sixty nine and I'm probably here at seventy what I Just had never heard someone make a guitar sound like that which is why he's still considered by many. I mean, what are the greatest guitarist of all time I mean just curious three notes other than we know what's his version? That's how he made the Qatar. Really, I'd say to this day wouldn't you say? Paul said he was left handed and he thinks that that affected how he had a cousin would play the chords with the right hand and right Obviously, he not he I told there aren't many left handed guitars. In fact, a lot of left is just play a right handed guitars. Paul McCartney plays left hat and Hamburg played. You said left handed. So anyway. Woodstock. With you on the go back and check the sadness that we're out there I mean some of these joan s is played at four o'clock in the morning. Like the first four somehow sweetwater got in their mountain was in there and it just. country. Joe and the fish, and then the famous fish chant. The chant was. I'll give you the first letter of giving off while you're. Not GonNa. Give you the second letter. All right six, thirty five. Thirty minutes.

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Jimmy G wins, Lebron's Qualified, Overlooking Justin Herbert and Howie Long talks Mike & Kyle Shanahan

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Jimmy G wins, Lebron's Qualified, Overlooking Justin Herbert and Howie Long talks Mike & Kyle Shanahan

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This is not her wherever you may be in however you may be listening we are on I heart radio. We are on Fox sports radio and we are on F s one we have a star studded show. Today we thank you so much for joining us is. There are a lot of choices out there. Joy Taylor is joining me. Her brother the hall of Famer. Jason Taylor will be joining us on the show today. I'm going to pepper him with questions. Talk about George Childhood. I'll get rowdy very excited for that is much brighter and warmer than it was. Yesterday was a little little overcast us. Oh we are in full Miami swing now here on South beach by the way. There are a lot of amazing cities. I do apologize for the rest of the American cities. Let's just hold all the Super Bowl's here. Yes last night went to an. Argentinian steakhouse in Miami. We're doing music. I not sure I slept. It was just I have left left my own persona in Los An- blazes paradise. Let's start with this. I'm reading a story. We have perhaps many believed the best football player in America in the Super Bowl Patrick mahomes. It's a remarkable story. Yesterday we talked about the similarities with Kobe. Bryant Bryant not drafted one two three four five six drafted and overlooked. Dad Played Pro. Sports Falls into really really good coaching as he enters the NBA or NFL and they were asked very early. Patrick mahomes now carry the face of the franchise and I think he can do it but I wanNA talk about. Oh Jimmy Garoppolo. One of my favorite things about sports is finding the gem before we all know. It's obvious couple days ago I saw the Internet. Derek jeter the scouting report in high school the Scout for the Yankees in highschool talked about Derek jeter. And he's like five tool star. Dr And I was like if this was up for auction I would buy it. It's fascinating I remember having a highschool conversation in a prelude of my best friend Jack Jones in high school in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and I told him about this ban from Ireland. They were called you to. He didn't like come and I told him in one thousand nine hundred three. They've got one album. There are going to be amazing. I love stuff like that. I think it's cool to find something becames great before. Everybody knows it's great. Isn't that what everybody's trying to do with the stock market find the stock before it becomes Amazon or Microsoft. Jimmy Jimmy Garoppolo one of the things I like about the. NFL It's about winning the NBA can be about style baseball's about stats other sports or about many things. Football is about winning. Jimmy went to New England and five no in San Francisco. Two thousand seventeen. He's now twenty. Three and five is a star. I do apologize apologize if he's not on the House of highlights on instagram or is not as productive for your fantasy team but this is the thing about the NFL and this is one of my favorite parts of sports my entire life and I think joy does this a lot too. I'm trying to give you insight that other shows don't don't give there's a million radio shows a million talented hosts men and women doing what I'm doing men and women but I'm always on the phone trying to get information trying going to find it just a second sooner so you feel like your kind of part of a club a club that has information and in the process of doing that. I've always had at a basic rule. Nine people who are smarter than me in some particular Phil Field listen to them and and if they work as hard as me and as diligent as I think I am than trust them. So for those of you doubting outing Jimmy Garoppolo ask yourself this. Do you think Bill Bella check knows more about football than you. Do you think Kyle Shanahan. A hand knows more about football than you. Bill ballot check was going to replace. Tom Brady eighty with Jimmy Garoppolo. Who was two and a starter and Kyle Shanahan paid him? Twenty seven million dollars a year a year actually the first year cap it was thirty five million and he had five starts so ask yourself. There's a reason a scout doubt could predict Derek jeter. There's a reason music. Critics talked about the Beatles before they were the Beatles. Do you think Bella Mela check and Kyle Shanahan no more football than you. They certainly know more than me. Think about how willing to commit to Jimmy Garoppolo before the rest of us and I just. That's when I went all in on Jimmy G.. I'm like Belgium. Village is going to replace. Righty Kyle's going to pay him. Twenty seven million a year. I'm all in on this guy by the way I'm not a big stat doc guy but there are stats. That matter in Jimmy. Garoppolo is never going to be a stat monster. The receiving core is young George. Kettles hitlist good but often heard there a run first offense that wants to eat the clock. We saw that against Green Bay. That didn't ask Jimmy G.. To Rola so with Garoppolo there will be numbers I will monitor. And they will not be touchdown passes they will not be yards they will be wins and they will be fourth quarter football this year in the NFL. Jimmy Garoppolo's passer rating when trailing one hundred seventeen. Aaron Rodgers was in the eighties. That matters. That's a stat trailing late time running down pressure on you can't rely on that big running game behind Ya ya you gotta make throws Jimmy G. trailing passer rating this year one seventeen. I'd I'd say it's pretty good. Aaron Rodgers First Ballot Hall of Famer Shy of ninety just shy but just shy and remember this. We have revisionist history on stuff in Tom. Brady's first six superbowls six. No his best super bowl was his sixth sixth. But if you look at Tom Brady and this is what football is about winning his best super bowl statistically Philadelphia. He lost his worse with the rams he one. Which one do you think he preferred? But if you go back to Brady's first six super bowls or I six playoff games. Brady's first six playoff games. Never forget this if you think Kyle Shanahan is the one winning for Jimmy or the running game I six playoff games names for Brady. got a passer rating over one hundred one time going back to my initial point the scout who saw jeeter and the a time. I tried to tell my friend Jack that you do is going to be great in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. You have to trust people you have to trust people who you think maybe know a little bit more and Shanahan paid him. twenty-seven large and bill is going to replace Brady with a kid from eastern Illinois drafted in the second around that is why like San Francisco Sunday. Ny Think Jimmy G. NOT MAHOMES could end up being the MVP let me shift to this. Two players have mostly dominated in the last twenty years have dominated this super bowl. Joe Montana with four. Our Tom Brady was six. Ten rings between the two of them in the last twenty twenty-five thirty years yesterday Montana came out and said Tom don't leave. I've done it. Don't leave stay in New England and I was thinking about you know how like when you're young. Your parents give you advice or you hear like cliches and sayings and truisms a lot of just like ridiculous cliche but there. There is one because I've moved a lot in my life and this is what I always think about. Grass is always greener. Right if you're GONNA personal relationship relationship or a professional relationship now I've moved a lot but I've moved generally for a series of events that I felt I either had to get out of or opportunities opportunities. I had to get into so just remember this Tom Brady. He has the best coach in the League. The best offensive line coach in the League and arguably the best offensive coordinator. They get pro bowl. Kicker back their defenses. Top Five if you're going to leave a company in my life. There's two the three things I've always asked do. I trust the management going forward. Can I get a significant financial opportunity. Unity can I live in a better place or is there currently chaos. Where I'm at New England needs needs a tight end and one more receiver that is not chaos? Bat is not mayhem. You look around this league. There's only five rosters definitively feel. That are better than Tom. Brady's current roster I think Baltimore's is better. San Francisco's is better I think Minnesota's better cheeses better New Orleans better. Bats it it and then. New England is swim in Dallas. Pittsburgh Rams packers be plus almost everywhere grass's greener if you really truly look at the needs of New England for Tom Brady. It is a tight end and one more receiver ver- who runs. 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It's a very cultural place. Yes there's people from all over the world that live here and we all get along because the one thing about Miami. That is for sure everyone. I'm just trying to have at the time. Yup they are usually do. Yeah let's I WanNa talk for a second about Lebron James. What happened the Lakers they cancelled an NBA? Va Game Tonight Lakers clippers the NBA rightly. Did so I think it was too much to ask many young players who idolize Kobe and however were connected connected to each other whether it's a physical emotional relationship idolizing through music and sports That's okay there's there's no reason as new apologize for it. So Lebron said yesterday it's now my responsibility to carry this franchise through these tough times. It is easy to say that he had a beautiful instagram post. Yesterday did Lebron. There is the pressure of being Lebron. There is the pressure of being Lebron. Iran is a Laker. And now there is the pressure of being Lebron is a Laker and carrying a franchise to a devastating loss folks in my life covering the NBA. I've I've seen really good teams unravel because of a rumor at the trade deadline. If this season for the Lakers was never the same it would be absolutely and completely understandable this is the thing about the NBA. That people may not know Chris Broussard touchdown touchdown yesterday the best player in the League or the second best becomes a huge brand. He makes more than any other athlete. Generally in the world outside uh of an occasional international soccer star. There's a certain territory to being Michael Jordan and Kobe and being Lebron and being Katie. End To be Steph and those players are protective with their territory as they should. Lebron James was very close to d'alene way but he left Miami and didn't give them a heads up and Dwayne Wade understood. K D. Did Not Call Steph Curry. Before he left Golden State both Katie and Steph understood Larry Bird and magic were rare. They were close as they aged even while competing against one another. But generally there's a territory that you have is the top player brand and kind of personal company in the League and I respect that Lebron Koby were not tight they had a growing relationship which was really cool to watch. But as I've said I've seen NBA teams unravel with significantly mificantly less than the death of a beloved star. But I think Lebron is uniquely built for this and let me speak as a apparent briefly. All parents want to provide a better life for their kids a better life than they have it just very parental. That's not a criticism. I do it every day. My mom did it to me. She grew up in England. Tough life I do it to my kids but the struggle struggle and the hardships or there's an advantage to them. Lebron James will be able to do this because Lebron James Life has not been easy. Oh the last fifteen years. Half Lebron at eight nine and ten years old was asked to carry his family at fourteen eighteen curious high school team at twenty to carry a historically irrelevant. NBA Franchise at twenty eight to carry teammates in Miami. I Anne and most of his young life to carry the NBA. He's a virtual walking logo. And in every instance every a single instance Lebron James has put his head down. Put the work in and burrowed through and one. I'm not sure any NBA player. You could do what Lebron is saying. He will carry a Lakers through this dongting emotional motionless experience. I think he can do it. And he may be the only one the only professional athlete with the strength to do it because he's had to do would since he was about seven and eight years old yours join with the news. No no this is the third line news so last night was kind of a unique opening night for Super Bowl. Opening Millwall circumstances there was a moment of silence for Kobe. Bryant Star John Before the festivities began than the forty niners and chiefs took the stage to kick off Super Bowl Week and during the interview. Sessions to me Garoppolo. Patrick Mahomes Andy. Reid said so. They were excited and they're having a good time heading into the game. Last time I was out there I was jungle yourself. Don't want more space this time. I'm living living good right now. We WanNa do you WANNA go out there. We want to play our best football player. Great opponent but we're GONNA try to win the game and get one for coach. We get one for Kansas City. Going for everybody off you. Fresco votes I like dress codes. Islamics part Tommy Bahama. I'm good. Yeah Yeah this game has so many interesting people the Richard Sherman. Andy Reed's Garoppolos. The Patrick Mahomes Kit Kit. It it really is there's a little. NBA feel to it. It's young with a bunch of big personalities and the NFL's was kind of for years and years in our life squash personality super bowl fascinating. People it does. And there's a lot of different storylines to it. But I think that the main ones obviously outside of the two quarterbacks which are which kind of very opposite styles and come from very replaces is really Andy Reid because like you said coming into the game. Last week you're conflicted because one loves andy. Reid is maybe the most like person in the League from a coaching perspective. What can you not like about the forty niner off totally get it I was in my heart is pulling for Andy Reid? My brain says San. Francisco's better yeah. I mean I skin city the beginning of the year just because I felt like the way that their season ended last year they were going to improve and you know. Obviously they didn't have to the Patriots. This year seemed to be their nemesis. But yeah this is this is going to be a great great game and now that we're getting into the thick of it and what's going on. It'll be interesting to see who stays out of all the super bowl craziness because it's it's Kinda starting to starting to bubble. Now the heat is picking up. You know we're going to start to get by the power to dinner with Bill Romanowski last night and he said listen. Man Super Bowls crazy enough at Miami. Miami Guy can get in trouble. Yes well mentioned Richard Sherman. He knows the forty niners defense is going to have a tough time slowing down Patrick Mahomes on Sunday and he spoke very a highly of his opponent. At opening night yesterday there are certain tendencies in certain tales that he has but he's an incredible talent. He's incredibly dynamic. There's a reason he's had so much success excess So young in his career is because he special and he does things that are unique. That aren't Coast anybody else in this league. He has qualities of Aaron Rodgers. He has qualities ladies of Russell is qualities of Tony. Romo His qualities of a lot of great quarterbacks in this league but he's still unique and his own. He really is hard to compare it to anyone else. This is Patrick Mahomes. Yeah I mean. We tend to compare quarterback and he's kind of his own guy. I don't think when I think of him. I just think of him as a unique individual vigil. I don't even come in came in the league. We were kind of trying to see Brett Farve as he mentions. You know what what what kind of gunslinger is going to be. But he's really just revolutionized the the the position really. Because now I kind of see us. similiarities between Lamar Jackson and him and then again they are so completely different I see Carson Wentz I see a Little Carson Web Patrick mahomes yeah I do I just I I think like I watch cuyler Murray and I'm like okay. That's a shorter Russell Wilson. That's what I always thought cam was a little less talented big Ben. There's a little there's a little whence let's go to the ball sometimes when I'm like. I'm not sure what's going to happen. You know. There's a little unpredictability weapons that Carson Wentz doesn't yes to me the key. Obviously as he mentioned containing Patrick Mahomes was going to be huge in this game for Kansas City is going to be a big slowdown. That unbelievable leave. -able run game that before the niners have so it's it's Kinda run game on both sides of the ball. Is it Patrick. Mahomes or the actual running back in the forty niners. Finally Jimmy. Garoppolo won two super bowls with Tom. Brady in New England's and Tom Brady did something nice you know. Tom Brady in latter years of his career very nice. Soften it up a little bit this a little bit. The wishes assist former teammate. Good luck in his first super bowl. Start showing me a text. I good luck and everything like that and you know it's SCO handle business you know. It wasn't the top speed or anything. Just go win I oh I love those questions because I always find it interesting I I. It's for us in the business like if you're friends with someone you kind of know what their schedule is and you know what they're texting habits. Are you know like something big is coming up. You might shoot some attacks tax like Oh like no have fun at Super Bowl or something but like I've never gotten A. I've never gotten a text from an icon. I've gotten a lot of texts from executives executives because that's kind of how what I gain information. Have you ever watched the most famous tax you ever got. Most famous gets extra from icons all the time. Well well you you just twitter. Dm Me. But I mean skip bayless happy birthday. I mean it's an icon. I love skipped. We're talking. We're talking like bigger than not to think about it. But Michael Vick is a good question. Actually I'd have to think about it. Let me think about the show. But that's a nice thing to do especially like you know all the conversations that we've had about Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo kind of forcing his way out now. You know Tom Brady softening up a little bit with news. Well that's the news and thanks for I thirteen years in the NFL. He is a resident. Just up the Road Fort Lauderdale. Michael Vick is now joining Sir in Miami Beach. One of our favorite places in the world to be Michael Vick. How're you going rushing yards any quarterback in history until? Oh I think Lamar this year by the way. Let me ask you this so we were just talking about famous famous text. Michael Vick if I go go to your phone. Who's the last famous person that texted you last? Famous Person The last text I got problems. Johnson all right. That's fairly two thousand dollars okay. C. J. Touquet. What's the most famous text you ever got? it's actually Michael Jordan. What when I'm like two thousand six? Two thousand seven texting plays golf off six. You're the golf oftack. By the way I was getting into the game though. Okay you invited me up. You played a college national championship. Yeah I watched in college but that was against Florida state. I believe Virginia Tech Florida State And you played in big high school games in big games. The Green Bay game sticks out to me. Yes so game like this. These are young guys. Jimmy young and advocate really. Yeah are they nervous are you. Were you nervous and those Fox of yeah. I was nervous river. Something I'm talking about. A film admits amount of nervousness I just had to tell them. Listen it's just another game just relaxing go out and play And you know nothing's GonNa Happen. You know the the world's not going and if you don't win the game Just go out to have fun. I had to come to that realization really quick and to happen by the end of the first quarter. But with the two young quarterbacks and Patrick and Jimmy G. I just hope they enjoy the moment I'll accepted accepted. Bring just take it all in but don't over thinking you know this is what they strive straddling for year. Enjoy the moment gotta gotTa have fun. Do you remember the night before your National Championship. You're in a hotel. You're not there. You were the star of Kinda boring offense except you. Yeah that was a defense special teams. Yes so the night before you get a good night's sleep felt great. I felt I felt great. Man You know what once I learned to play the game and understand it From a mental standpoint. I could relax not sleep at night. all those days when I was in camp and trying to figure out how to go out and run the offense the next day A and how to be efficient doing it. Those are the sleep in sleepless nights but a night before the national championship. Even though he was about to play against the war and Chris wink US having a great year the time yeah I just wanted to get out there and do it and get and get it get it done. And when you're in these games like a super bowl national championship people say it's just another game. But you sense because you sell the flashlights. Just not it's not just another game this is the big one that's one that determines your legacy and you know like you say you worked so hard for it for these moments but you don't WanNa let people now you look at all your teammates and you feel like you just plan for them so it's a different moment man but it's surreal unreal to those guys and I remember just you know in that short bit of time what it felt like. How special that moment was? I wish I can go back and relive Michael Vick joining US brought to you by Mercedes the best or nothing and yes. It is warm on the set. It's okay I'm sweating to A. You probably shouldn't wear that color and vice right here the beaming so when you look at San Francisco I feel like San Francisco's go got the better roster guys do you when I look at him as a whole You know you start with the rang. Game Starwood the backs three good running bag stats. That's very efficient. That knows how to play. The game knows how to remind that zone run John Rang game and understands stance. You got to be. You have to be an understand run that combined with the defense and then expose guys they have offense at receiver position to complement. Meant the running back position I think is going to be the determining factor for the San Francisco Forty niners and the real reason why they can win the football game but you look at the Kansas City chiefs. They almost look identical. They almost as if they can go out and do the same things. Run the football. Pass the football defensively. A stepped it up over the last couple of months and they got a chance. So we'll see how it all shapes out now. Patrick doesn't have the running game. That Jimmy Garoppolo Garoppolo does so. Let's go back to your career right when you have a great running game. There's a certain psychology that listen. I don't have to carry areas but I do feel like Patrick is going to have to play really well to win. Go back to your career. Were there games that you you knew this when we got we got guys behind me tonight. Less pressure Jimmy. Garoppolo to me is underdog house money better running game. Go back to your career. Were there times you felt more or less lot fresher times that I felt less pressure Because I knew I could handle ball off to a guy like these sons in college award done Uh Sean McCoy who was behind me. I didn't have to do all the work. And that takes. That takes precedent over you having a job back and impasse past football each and every down. And that's one thing Andy like the do he liked to throw the football and I enjoyed that part of it but it was times I started to feel like you know man I want. I need some help. You know I wanna I wanNA handed off a little bit. I WanNa let the young guys work around me and I think he says is that understood it and it helped football team tremendously but when you got guys you can just put the ball in hand and they can take yard down the field it definitely makes the gang anyway. More is so you played under Andy Reid. One of my favorite people in the National Football League and he has a unique ability to take every recorder back in his career. Every single one. Even backups. Even backups and they played their best football. So you'd had a bunch of coaches by the time you've had Andy Andy. Reid had six offensive coordinators four or five head coach at least four. And you get to Andy Reid. How long did it take you to notice? Why how he's different From the time I got down stepping into the enrolled Andy was he was just so detailed so technical in his approach so instantly. I knew that I had to change the way I approach the game. I I knew that I had to be different As far as my you know my philosophy and how I trained myself mentally to get ready for a game and I watch Donovan mcnabb. I watched what he did. Study was able to study on the Kevin. Kabul was a smart Mont football player. And I just took bits and pieces of their game. Listen to the terminology. The dialogue was always good and then by the time it was time for me to play. I was more than ready. So when you get into a game when Patrick Mahomes and Michael get into a game with Andy Reid does he communicate a lot during the game or is it more in preparation It's more preparation. you know Andy on Phil he doesn't talk a lot He might give you a couple of tips on what he thinks. You know you need to do in the next series or what's coming up what's important and gets you thinking ahead and in terms of the next couple of concepts that you might though in the defense what the defense is trying to throw at you and that that conference you it calms you down. So you know. The dialogue wasn't always the best on the field. It was it was the best it throughout the week. So by the time we got to the game I was always ready to play now. Andy seems really nice that he ever bark at you. Yeah a couple of times. It was a couple of times but I got first off because of other guys you know and what they wasn't doing so he held me accountable for the rest of the team and it was like and host Y Y. You know I'm trying to do the right things and take the necessary steps split. Andy was the guy who believed that. Let's bring everybody which you you know the things that you believe in the Moore's the values you instill letting everyone else and I learned that at the age of thirty when I should learn the way a way sonal. Solis told me there was always it was just a privileged being around the guy and Knowing that he had my back my best interest in life Maybe WANNA come to work every day and I was so thankful to get up early Thirty forty minutes early sitting office stocks on. Isn't that great mass grave. When you've got a guy who says about you more than the game and you excuse as a player as individual WanNa go out and give him more and got S? What worked so hard? And that's the reason why Patrick mahomes works extremely hard. That's why you guys feel that pressure because they wanna please the code so much and I understand and I get it man I I wish I was in that position man and so so I mean these guys for how far they've come. Isn't that amazing. The more coach gives to the player the more the player our fields. These disappointing the coast crazy culture to create a relationship rate relationship and that trust which teammates insted togetherness. It's nothing like it man. If it's one thing I missed about planning national. Football League is is being around the guys every day. Being around the coaches Ben Tired staff staff the organization in general just build that Camaraderie managing relationships and friendships. That lasts for a lifetime. And you can't get that everywhere. The one of the coolest things would be to win a big road game and then you're flying back to Kansas City. And you just beat the chargers you just beat the Broncos the happened to be great flights I mean say when you win I mean I it's sort of jubilation on planes like everybody's in such it's a good move filling good. I'm worried about tomorrow. How about that Green Bay? When you're flying from Lambeau to Atlanta after that one that was total disbelief disbelief in as the underdog and not having a shot knowing that Green Bay hasn't lost than in years? You remember the flight. Do you remember flying home. You know what Fleming fly home that day I was just thinking about Philadelphia. I knew if I was going to get to the super bowl to roll. Had to go through Philadelphian they determine it was freezing and they were already in your head. It was already in my head so I don't think I enjoyed it that much. I think Dan Reeves Tommy down and so when we listen you gotta take one day at a time. And just you know the protests. It'd be different At the same time I still remember my teammates. It was loud. Music was pumping we. We couldn't believe that we did it. Man It was a great accomplishment of my career. Great seeing you again buddy. Thank Michael Ovid coming up next. Speaking of great young quarterbacks are we all making a massive mistake. Because there's a team that just acknowledged acknowledge. We're done with our quarterback and they got their eye on a guy and they have a history of finding the right quarterback. That's coming up you know what. 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One eight hundred flowers dot COM Valentine's Day's coming up dozen multicolored roses one thousand nine hundred ninety nine upgrade twenty four multicolored roses only ten bucks. More one eight hundred flowers dot com and other code H. E. R. D.. I love. I love our studio this week. Joy Taylor is joining me. I absolutely love it. I love being in Miami treated the great hospitality here as we know five days away away from Kansas City. A slight favourite over San Francisco. I've said before I do like San Francisco in this game but have no great conviction on it. I'll we'll get into that over the course of a week and why I have my strong feelings about that but Yesterday Jay Glazer came on the show. It was a it was a tougher day for us in a somber tone tone. We'd segue about halfway through the show a little past halfway to football topic would Jay Glazer and here was Jay talking on our show tomorrow yesterday. Giants signs of moved on from Eli Charges Move. On from Philip Rivers Brady has a choice for. He's GonNa WanNa go breeze saints or nobody and Sean Payton's already said Jeff few wants back. He's back now. I'm going to slow it down. J talks really fast but there was some real news in in there that was broken by Jay. Glazer Charges Move Rivers. Yeah that's that's like something. Nobody knew the chargers have officially props. The Jay Glazer moved off. Philip rivers like the giants and ally manning like we suspect within a very short time. Perhaps a year to New England will do the same with Brady New Orleans. The same would drew brees so the current draft order is such where the number one pick we know who it it is is going to take quarterback in Cincinnati and then it goes Washington. And if you look at the mock drafts. Detroit doesn't need a quarterback either. The giants Miami Emme does and then the chargers now Carolina wants a quarterback and my gut feeling is. They're going to move ahead of the chargers they're gonNA roll the dice on this with a new owner a new coach and offensive minded coach. That puts the chargers in the crosshairs at number six Because they need a quarterback and a good one right now. We've talked about this joy and I have on the show. We never bought into two of falling in and the draft. You are going to see massive movement moving up to get a quarterback and that's where I want to Segue to this us over the last two years in college football two to three but mostly to it has been a very distracting in time with quarterbacks Baker Mayfield Polarizing National Story Cuyler Murray Baseball or football a sensational talent Trevor Lawrence the next John Elway in the ACC to save Dan's best quarterback. Oh my word he got hurt again. Joe Borough Zero Best Year ever for college quarterback as a lot of noise about college quarterbacks and much like a magician who is was trying to distract you with the left hand as these grabbing pigeon or a quarter with his right hand sometimes. This is just organic organic and that you have a situation where there's so much noise that we overlook something that's obvious the senior bowl. MVP is Justin herber the Rosebowl. MVP is just in. Herbert folks. Are we overlooking. Perhaps the best quarterback he is bigger than all of them six six. His arm is livelier than most of them. Or all of the prospects this year with Oregon Talent Not Alabama talent not Ohio state talent not clemson talent not LSU talent look at his his numbers sixty one fourteen picks in the last two years with Oregon tight end and Oregon receivers and Oregon backs the PAC twelve has had a rough three years the USC program sort of in disarray. So when it is nobody pays attention to that little school school twenty seven hundred miles away from the SEC. The senior bowl. Mvp You know who else was great in the senior Bowl Carson Wentz and Daniel Daniel Jones all. I'm saying here. Whoever the chargers get the chargers have great running backs tremendous receivers excellent tied in tremendous pass? rushers terrific defensive personnel. I think we're overlooking Justin. Herbert doesn't talk. He's very quiet. And we have to in the injuries and Baker Acre Mayfield polarization and cuyler Murray the baseball decision. And Joel Borough season and we got a rose bowl. MVP and a senior bowl MVP and he's bigger than all of them. He's got a better arm than all of them. And I gotta be honest one player. He looks like when I watched just in. Herbert play is Trevor Lawrence. Six five mobile smart big arm and he's putting up similar numbers without nearly the talent. I think you're GONNA have love. You are going to have major movement. Panthers chargers dolphins moving up going to be a crazy. NFL draft our to Howie. How long next one more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio APP? Search her listen live or on demand. Whenever you'd I'd like live in beautiful Miami this is the heard wherever you may be in however you may be eliciting? We're on iheartradio Fox. Sports radio and F s one ocean drive behind that Collins Avenue. No not named after me at all is aren't you know why I love Miami. Joy Taylor live because when I make mistakes I've always enjoyed blaming others so Miami is one of those cities cities in America. And there's only a couple of yes we'll have high. Did something really inappropriate. I could just say well I mean I was in Miami. I mean there. It is the only city. It's a little bit of that. Also Vegas New Orleans and Miami App you make a really bad air in judgment. You can blame somebody else. I mean I was in Miami. 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For Five years my staff is rolling their eyes at me subconsciously. They used to do it. I could see it but I had to get rid of several people for doing it now. They just do it subconsciously. I asked them often. Hey can you guys get me. NFL Schedules or standings. And this is just a waste of everybody's time but I the way my brain works. I like to constantly throughout the course of NFL season. Look at the Games being played because you can forget about it you go at teams nine and seven great. Who did they beat? They beat them whenever they hot when they called. I did this with Green Bay. I kept saying I don't buy into Green Bay. Go give me their their schedule. Their best win was in week. Two they don't have an impressive. Within three months teams. Peak teams are hot early teams or hot late so I did not by Green Bay when they played San Francisco. I said I got to San Francisco not played a brutal schedule and has lost either. Great teams barely barely or beaten other teams badly. So this morning. I said. Just give you the schedules. Let's I want to hear about people's records. Let's get the schedules and I'll tell you this. Yes we got the right to teams in the Super Bowl. If you look at San Francisco schedule there are seven blowouts over the course of the season. There's one in September. There's three in October. There is one November. And there's a couple in Januar- now Kansas City schedule. Oh what are you know. There are are seven blowouts typical. Andy Reid there's two in September. There's one in October. There's one in December await there's two more in December and now there's one in January wary. Neither of these teams peaked early. Neither of these teams peaked in November. Fourteen blowout between these two teams jeans. But this is also what the schedule tells you. And this is an edge to San Francisco San Francisco since week twelve. Every team. They've played has had a winning record. It has been the toughest schedule in the league and they were able to maintain and and I believe the better conference the number one seed so these are the right teams the average score and the NFL's twenty four twenty. We have fourteen blowouts outs between the two of us and I think I counted seven close losses. We've got the right teams in here. Baltimore's the only other team that. If you look at their schedule you could have concluded they should be in but I do think San Francisco schedule has been more daunting late and they've been able to win close games and tougher spots all right. Let's bring on a dear friend. Eight time pro bowl or a hall of Famer and on the Fox football show on Sundays that has been number one since the day he arrived. How long thank you it is happy birthday today? guestbook during that one over there there's a little tell for you because it's Mike Vick said it's about a buck twenty and it was and Mike Twix Mike. Mix about one hundred and eighty pounds. I'm about one hundred board nets great by the lesson sweat. What little bit? Forget the Super Bowl's you've just been in you have been. I think one of the story lines here is I was talking to somebody. WHO's been in several super rubles last night at dinner? And they said Mike Shanahan wants to make sure that Kyle Shanahan gets the credit. But don't kid yourself Mike's influence he's watching practice. Every day is in this super bowl. You have been the dad and you have had the sun in the Super Bowl. Let's talk about Chris Influence Lords on that. I'd like to sink. Listen when when both we have two sons at play Kyle and Chris and each week got would is if I were playing in a game. Because when you're you're upcoming game you watch the three previous games of the opponent and this is probably more for for me. I don't know what they did with the notes but I would send them the longest texts with you ninety seven JAP steps inside. He's doing this because one of the points that I think Kyle Shanahan made you know in getting advice from his dad was no defense. Get to know defense. I think he spent all of his stops. He spent a lot of time in rooms with the defensive coaches wanting to know how they react to things and trying to manipulate that through through pre snap motion formation changes the run game at Cetera. But with Chris Chris was drafted by the rams. Yep played eight years in Saint Louis and he's an old you have forty plus sacks in Saint Louis and four years in if the tree falls in the woods and there's no one there to hear it does it make a sound and you know so now you have an opportunity after a couple of injury-plagued years where you're free and you have a choice to go wherever you want to go now. Oh He's obviously I ki-. He leaned on me a little bit Chris. Someone who makes his own decisions and very informed decisions and it was. Atlanta was new. Ringling was Detroit it was Dallas and I kept going back to. Who's been in the last x number of AFC championship games? Who's been in the last x number of Super Bowl Games all pointed back to New England subconsciously? I was pushing him towards New England and ironically enough off. We were doing that game that year and use and we did the first two hours I think at a park downtown and use and I was fine. It didn't hit me and then been with his game between playing and broadcasting almost forty years of before next year I walked into that stadium and it hit me like the humidity getting off the plane here in Miami the nerves by sons playing in the Super Bowl. Oh and it just got so big. I don't remember much of what I said once. We got inside the stadium but I had pushed in towards New England so the point where he liked Atlanta liked the head coach. I liked liked the head coach. He was on his way down to Dallas going to Richmond airport in Virginia and he gets a call from Bill Belichick. And you know when bill calls shirt. When you're done I want? He calls me every time just when he calls. You're done I mean he's making the decision for you. He ends up going to New England and I felt alike harshly because I pushed him there. And now we're in the third quarter boy. It's twenty eight to three and I'm the worst debt. The only thing I could possibly help him with is football and I've screwed it up and the historical comeback is on and you know Kyle Shanahan and was part of that. Yeah you've been in the NFL so long not only as a player but as a broadcaster and a trusted broadcaster the Mike and Kyle Shanahan relationships ships really cool. It is and I said this the other day. How long joining us for those on our radioside? All famer April bowls. I said DADS dads. Want their sons to get credit and it can be sometimes tougher sons. I think it's cool. That kyle uses a lot of his dad's methods and tools no question but I think Mike Wants Kyle to get the credit for it but I I watch. Kyle's offense and I see his dad. Look I played under Mike and you know listen. It wasn't that his tenure with the raiders was was not good and I think we probably both could've handled it better That being said speaking as a dad and that relationship he has where the sun is obviously special. And obviously Mike's Philosophy sophy of how to beat a football team and how to prepare. Football team has resonated with him because he's taken on a lot of that but with the priests that motions and the shifts and all that he's taken it to I think a different level and I can tell you I and I I haven't spoken spoken to Mike about this but Mike would be thrilled to death for Kyle to get all the credit. Because when Chris's on that set in in a post game down in Houston and they've just won the super bowl and eating those cheeseburgers at five thirty in the morning in the lobby. It's not someone who's genuinely optimum Irish so I mean we're a little bit of a hot mess. The next controversy VERSI. When's the next shoe to drop but sitting in that lobby at five thirty in the morning eating that cheeseburger with our three sons and nobody else around troy ignores hovering around and Was As close to Nirvana as you can get to to give you a northwest kind of Aberdeen in Washington for for Mike Shanahan to watch. Kyle not only have a success that he's had this year but in in previous reviews years because he's worked his way up he's earned it. Having a famous dad is a burden. And it's it's something that I hadn't really anticipated. Yeah so this super bowl now is glorious. I look at our set. I can remember when I came to my first super bowl. We were on something called radio row and it was just tables and headsets sets Gamarra's. This is a battle star GALACTICA A on. Hgh I'd rather fight five guys. Go to radio. Ah makes two of US. I'm taking my better than yours. But you have been in super bowls when it was not this Glam Glam fast. Let's go back to your first super bowl and the simplicity of the preparation the day in the game well it was super bowl eighteen. We played Washington earlier in the year up in Washington. Lost a close game backed up second long screen screen pass to Joe Washington right here. He breaks the play. This is Reagan's I believe that's on fourth down. I'm not sure if it was on fourth down. But Oh there's Howie yeah yeah here. Here's saying lyle and I had always taken a cab to the game lyles area and that was our way of doing things we wanted to get there early. Lao with get dressed he get on the floor would fall asleep. I go over every conceivable play sheet. That could go over and that that was Lila Mate. He tell me one. We're we're in dot formation. That's all he wanted to know And so why should this game be any different now today with the street's blocked and snipers security can you name it. The buses leave now and the streets are closed down while I got a cab and Tampa Florida and went to the game because we went to every other the game in a cab on game day we get stuck three quarters of a mile from the stadium in the port. Drivers speaks in broken English and he was a he was trying to get us through. Allow one to go up on the curb. We end up walking the last three quarters of a mile through the crowd to get the scooper bowl eighteen. The as you can imagine is angry which which probably was a good thing leading into the game. How long in Lyles L. Saito up the causeway Tampa? You're walking on Dale maeve straight eighty. You know what I wasn't looking at the streets I was. My head was on a swivel and the crowd. Because because you never know who you're going to run into how long the hall of Famer is joining us. We are in beautiful Miami. We were talking about mahomes earlier and you you said the dad can be a burden but I was talking yesterday in a very somber tone about Colby and Patrick Mahomes that they were asked very early Patrick now as sort of asked to be the the League as Kobe. Kobe made an all star team before he was a starter. Most of our icons we let them move into their icon stature. Kobe like listen. You're just like Michael. Be An all star. But I don't start it's a burden but I do think Kobe had a data. Patrick Mahomes your kids to see the life life before you'll live the live. It helps when I look at Patrick. MAHOMES THERE IS A. He's fun but serious a kit but a grown up and add liber complete within the sophisticated structure. He feels like Si- on me. I like the temperament does remind you of anybody though. Wow He reminds me physically of Elway Having spent most of my adult life at a ski resort chasing him around was not a great. You know a great deal of fun but the thing that makes this kid special. I think we're throwing the ball more now. At every level of football yes middle school. Pop Warner High School it's all spread. It's all a wristband et CETERA. People are specializing in one sport. These kids were playing quarterback. They're going to seven on seven camps. They're going to showcase camps. It's all year. They're lifting the rat academies this is a guy who got three scholarship offers offers. I believe coming out of high school one of these. What people thought he was a baseball Dilford told me yesterday that he was baseball guy but he played three sports? And I think the great part part of that is you see elements of all three sports in his gain. He's a point guard as a quarterback particularly when he extends plays going to his right right going to his left and redistributing kind of the offense and it's the re routing of their wide receivers and they know that they know the trick. They know the game. And you're you'RE GONNA have to hold coverage for six seven seconds which is any turn ity and the pass rush. Wears down as the game goes on his ability to act as a point guard and make the off. Platform platform throws like a Russell Wilson like the kid in Arizona Middle Infielders who are used to dropping down and making the throat right point and when everything breaks down the guys in that have been to those camps in the seven on seven it's all structured and structured. Sometimes it's chaos and that's when when this guy scares you. That's one of the smartest things anybody said on our show that the baseball guys. It's a different sensibility. Urban Meyer believe how quickly these guys get down. Look quickly down without quickly. Russell gets down. Aaron Rodgers is about the only guy that slides. That wasn't a baseball player. That I'm comfortable with DAX. Might Mike Vick Mike. Vick is one of the greatest athletes I've ever seen in my life and slide could slide. Lebron James Look wait a second. You can't sly of course but it's it's an interesting because what you're basically saying is when you go to these camps we were talking about this with Lebron James All parents want to make our kids kids lives smoother and better than ours but there is value in the struggle. Lebron had to take control of his family. Young ages and franchises sizes is really built. He is built to get through tough times. So if you go look at the history of the NFL quarterbacks it's remarkable. How many transfer Troy aikman transfer? Yeah and it's remarkable. Forget that people forget how many were overlook dropped Marino. Rogers and I think to your point a lot of these kids. Kids that are star. quarterbacks either Played Two sports maybe I've been better at the other one. They dropped in the draft. And how how does this guy drop on the draft with the combines lines in the senior bowl and east West shrine game and you know the forty to work out you do on campus. How does this guy dropping? The drought doc to Andy Reed's lap and if this guy wins the super bowl this guy wins the super bowl. He's taking the league over. You know we asked this question. Yesterday in basketball talent is obvious at fifteen but in football half. This league is undrafted. Well you know. I think that's the case with big Gus. I'll give you an example. Buckner and Armstead both played at Oregon with tile. Have you walked up on Buckner. And they are huge. I mean huge and it was all part of that John Lynch and Shanahan are sitting there after two years of subpar. Our football your quarterback that you paid all that money for has an acl it drops you down in the draft that allows you. The luxury of drafting boasts a one. Who is advertised? Don't like a midget wrestler. He's just when you walk on the field. Your eyes are drawn to turn people I. It was Samuel. I was I was amazing. How physical how thicky was as wide receivers essentially running back playing wide receiver and Bosa? who was he's built for impact he's built for leverage and Buckner and Armstead? Buckner was ahead of Armstead. I think you know particularly with big players. They Volvo later sometimes and Armstead it kind of clicked this year. It did he because I was never a fan of his and it clicked this. And here's is which you can do versus what bothers Patrick Mahomes. It's not pressure because when you bring pressure he's break versus the blitz. It's it's can you rush with for can you play coverage San Francisco can rush with four and covered. Yep Seven bad. And when they're when they had the injuries in the middle of the season tickets to the defensive front it screwed their rotation up and your defensive line whereas down get default back they get Bosa. They've got the the front four back and they just liked you up. Look at how. He's not even sweating. You are just you. Have you have a Mike prepared me really did. Hey Hey it's hot out. There lights are lights. have been bright your whole life Howie Long Hall of Famer Love Having you on love being here. Ma'am shit joy with news. NOPE nope that's next segment. Oh sorry get involved in these discussions and you lose your place in life okay. It's warm out here if you are preparing airing for a big. Valentine's present don't do the supermarket chocolates. Don't don't go there. That's not what you WANNA do. Rethink it with Tommy John. The most is comfortable. 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For our crew our amazing crew. They add them. Rate Joy Taylor with the news on the news. I heard my news so Joe Montana spent his last years the NFL with the chiefs after a legendary career in San Francisco. ISKOE and there's a lot of conversation right now but what Tom Brady is going to do. Many consider You and I think some of those people considered to be the new goats of quarterbacks quarterbacks and he says he doesn't think that Brady should follow his lead and leave New England. He said don't if you don't have to process to go through. It takes time to get used to the team and even if they let Brady his own offense with a new team. Yeah it makes it a little easier but still the transition of moving. I just can't see how they would let him leave their myself. We've talked a lot about you and I are routine. People like like being in Miami as a whole is you have to mentally prepare lease I do like I know I'm not gonNa you know gets it's a set the same time. There's some extra things if account for all creatures of habit. We are now because we want to spend all of our time focusing on the show focusing on work not on silly things and when you move ooh after being somewhere for twenty years and I have moved a lot. There's a lot of small things you don't pay attention to and I think that's what's what Joe's talking about like an in our minds and makes a lot of sense at least for me if he's going to go to San Diego. You'RE GONNA go to a team that has pieces but when you really think about it. As detailed is Tom Brady is and the issues that he he had with his receivers and all of that this year adjusting to new team a new system a new facility new city new players a lot when I moved to Los Angeles from Connecticut I started seeing a therapist because my kids were all moving and we were moving had a new job and I remember sitting thing in my car and saying feel overwhelmed. I literally buy New House here and my kids in different schools. It was a lot and by the way from six weeks. I wasn't even working. I have a transition period and I'm thinking man I've always defended just understand having the move your family as an athlete athlete. Anybody that's had to move cross country. It's daunting so for Brady. His greatness he is unless Josh mcdaniels goes. We're wanting a new office. Everything literally everything is going to be. No so Joe Montana advise against it. I still think it's GONNA happening now. So Cleveland has hired Andrew Berry to be either next general manager. He received a five year deal from the balance and we'll also have the title of executive. VP of football operations. He spent three seasons with the browns. As is there a personnel from two thousand sixteen thousand eighteen so he was recently there and at thirty two years old he is the youngest. GM in the League or Sean. Sean McVeigh was the youngest coach a few years ago. Yeah I don't I don't mind this higher for Berkeley winds. I mean if you're GonNa go a whole new direction you might as well start start start fresh. Yeah you know what I mean. So I'm good with it. Seven Kevin Stefanski. They're all they're all Ivy League guys Berry. Dustin substantial win the round higher John Dorsey drafted baker and hired Freddie Kitchens. Cleveland love it and I hated all of these moves. They're getting a a ton of horseback and I like all right. They're all Ivy Leaguers. They're not loud guys. I like every move. Cleveland's his main now it's still. Jimmy has loans it. But Cleveland loved the first moves. I couldn't stand any of them now. I worry about Baker's kind of verbose personality but Stefanski in this move gotTa get past the age folks. My son thirteen is so much smarter than I was in advance. Because of the ability do the Internet's change everything well. I think you should hire the same like likeminded people. Like if you're going to go in one direction go all the way with it so unless obviously don't have to go to to an Ivy League school to be successful in life but these these guys are all ivy league graduates like they're all the same way of thinking so go go with that and see if that works works like you went the other way. It certainly certainly didn't work. You went with the gut feeling guy and backfire and John. Dorsey was a former player. He's loud he's overbearing he's intimidating. They went young softspoken educated. And quiet. And I'm a I've always had this rule in life the loudest guy at the bar. You're the smartest guy at the bar. Buffalo went from REX. Ryan to a quieter. More disciplined. Sean McDermott. And that's how they dug themselves out of the abyss. They were allowed franchise. Buffalo got quiet and smart and look where they are today a real roster and a real time and that's the biggest thing that Cleveland needs disciplined. So finally Patrick Mahomes. EP season last year was legendary but obviously short of the Super Bowl and this year is. He's preparing to play in the big game for the first time reflected on how last year's loss in the AFC championship changed this mindset. He said I think the most humbling moment was that first half against the Patriots AFC championship. I just felt like we couldn't do anything I felt like. I was really letting the defense down. I knew a lot of that was me not making the decisions. That was kind of when I realized. Hey I gotta make sure serve for. I'm ready for everything every single game no matter where we play This is actually a a a big part of the reason. Why I like the chiefs in this game? Obviously we all felt felt like you know the chiefs were the more talented team last year and AFC championship game but like the Super Bowl. Last year the Patriots just had more experience like they've just been there before for they've been down before they come back before so I actually feel like the Super Bowl is very very even in a lot of ways so you know. Even though Patrick has never been to a Super Abo- you need experience. They've C. Championship game. Jimmy Garoppolo is a little bit older but has less starts. You know it's going to be very it's going to be to me. This is going to be a shootout. That comes down to the to the area. Has the ball at the very end of the game. Like Patrick said just be prepared for for everything. And that's kind of his style of play and never you never feel like you're out of it with Patrick homes because he's GonNa find a way way to make it happen so as long as they take care of it on the other end of the ball on the defensive side of the ball which I think the chiefs have been playing a lot better on the defensive side of the ball that I think they're all GonNa end up winning this game with the news. Well that's the news and thanks for stopping by heard lie news. I've said all week is you know I like the niners in this game in but I don't have great conviction I think there are about two plays from being sixteen in one Course Joe Buck and the lows room going to be joining us in a couple of minutes It's it's interesting. I I do this all the time I write down before I make my blazing five picks. If I'm stuck I write down the roster. Who are the ten to twelve twelve best players so I thought I would share that with you? I think the Super Bowl's very even I do like one defense and then I do offense but I wrote down who I think are the twelve best S. players in this game and I tried to go in order. You'll notice one person missing who I like a lot and you could certainly argue. He should be included but I felt at mahomes. Holmes was the best player in this game. I think George kittle. Is the most difficult player in this game to cover even more than Tyreek Hill so I had semi count one two three four five six seven. I have seven niners and I have five chiefs I go mahomes George Kettle Nick. Bosa Travis Kelsey Richard Sherman Chris Jones Mitchell Schwartz deforest buckner tyreek hill. Joe Staley Jimmy Garoppolo Jimmy Ward again. You would certainly make a case for honey badger who My staff tried to argue. I went to pf into Jimmy Ward food so it comes out to about six six or seven five. We have the right teams in this game now. Trent dilfer came on the show yesterday and he has great conviction Shen. He Likes San Francisco in this game. He likes the matchup. I will say. This San Francisco's play that much tougher schedule over the last part of the season dilfer really really is in on San Francisco here. He was yesterday on our show. Go back to in the forty niners. Great teams played the Miami Dolphins and the Denver broncos in those super bowls. They're talking about Marino just like we're talking about mahomes. Those were teams. Marino's dolphins elway's broncos at the forty niners smashed in those super bowls that were quarterback centric teams only. They didn't have the full depth of football team This could be like those forty matters. Wins in super bowls against the dolphins against the broncos where it gets out of hand early and it's really not even a game so we'll talk more about bad. As the week progresses. One of my favorite will be calling the super bowl. His father did his well. Joe Buck joining me. Next American financing is a mortgage company. 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Start your new life as an it pro little as four months classes on in campus or live online. Go to my computer career dot. Edu Take Free career evaluation today. Joy Taylor I'm Colin Coward. Bring on Joe Buck a friend. Seven seven time Emmy Award winner. This will be his six super bowl. He's done nineteen world series. I would I would guess because you don't have a game two or a game. Three there is a sense of urgency is is one more difficult than the other I think. Just the dead time right now and all the hype makes this Game a little bit more intense. You know at least at the START I think once kicks off and you settle in around the second quarter and get a feel for the rhythm of the game I think you you can. You can just take it as another week but you bring up a good point. I mean you do a world series game one leads to game two to three to four and then by the time you get to a game seven that game kind of does itself because you everybody's kind of followed along for the most part and you can kind of get out of the way and I feel like the good super super bowls are the ones where I've been at my best and troy and I've been at our best we haven't really forced stuff and You know this game is so big you almost. It's just stay big and you don't go down rabbit holes with stats and a lot of the other stuff. You might typically do in September by the way you had. I was there in Houston. The twenty twenty eight to three come from behind win for New England. So what were you in Troyes saying at half of that game because New England was totally totally inefficient. It lands speed was profound. There looked like a physical advantage. You go to commercial and you look at Troy and you say what here we go again because we had done super bowl forty eight. which was that blowout between Denver and Seattle and I was telling you during during the break at halftime of that game? Troy's like Peyton Manning broncos are gonNA come back. We're going to have a game before this things over. And then Percy Harvard starts the second half with a kickoff return for a touchdown. And it's like okay. We're not GONNA have a game and and so then you start watching the clock. I I watched that game back back and I have never said how much time was left more because the clock just wouldn't move and the game was a blowout and you feel like you've got one hundred million people watching and you have to come up with something interesting and it's just almost impossible to and then I think the good thing about that overtime game as we didn't give up on it when it was twenty twenty eight to three and it was brady. Everything had to break right. Everything did break right for New England and then they know how to close and they did you are and your father are two of an. I'm somebody who studied as a kid in rural Washington state. I studied you before you knew who I was was an I studied your father and I can remember where I was sitting when I heard Vin scully at seven years old and a transistor Radio Jalen Washington on the roof of my house when your father was a legend and I can remember hearing him and seeing him. I didn't grow up near Cammo ex. But I heard of it when I was like twelve and fifteen fifteen years old so you grow your father who was profoundly big locally then regionally the nationally he did a super bowl go back. What do you you remember of it? I mainly remember my dad in big Sur. Football Games doing radio. Yes he did the only one he did on national. TV was super bowl. Four which is ironically the last time the chiefs Rennet the time they've wanted and now here I am fifty years later. I'm fifty years old. So I'm in my fiftieth anniversary. The chiefs are at their fiftieth anniversary. The super bowl their only win their third overall and I went back and watched it. It's been totally restored. My Dad did the game with Pat. summerall it's on Youtube. It's brilliantly done and then just to see the differences between then and now all the differences are the the technical aspects. The the microphones are so much better now to camera angles. Obviously the high definition that we so you see everything at home and the similarities are. It's my dad and PAT summerall. Two guys watching a football game analyzing giving their opinions and going play by play and that that hasn't changed troy I will do on. Sunday is basically the same thing. My Dad and PAT summerall did did fifty years ago. Technology is changed to people watching a game that has not changed. And I don't think it ever will. I always thought and I I tend to categorize categorized and ranked stuff in my head. It's the way the brain works and I said I'm in my lifetime. No broadcaster has worked better with partners. You not all great announcers work great with partners you bring out the best in people you and troy and this is not easy to do. Seem like there's it reminds me of when I used to watch letterman when it first came out in college there was a joke that I didn't know and I watched the show to see if I I could get it. You and troy. It's like there's a little smirk and a nudge. You have a real relationship. Did that come easily. It did when we were paired together. We took over for PAT summerall and John. Matt everything just seems to come full circle in this business and I think it took it took three people. Foley was may as play by play Troy and Chris Collins Worth and we worked together for three years. We did a super bowl super bowl thirty nine together And I think it took took three humans to fill in for two and that was more Chris and troy very different. They're both tremendous it what they do. And they're both great players and Troy's always in the hall of fame and he's won three super bowls. I think I've always been the guy to try to make everybody get along whether I was on the playground in school. Or I'm in the booth on Sunday or in a world series with Tim. CARVER or Harold Reynolds and Tom Reduce your now. John smoltz I I think I've been blessed with good people that have worked with and I've never had an issue with any of them. I feel like I'm only as good as we are. Good and I feel you know. The other person thinks the same about me so I root for him he roots for me and if he has an awful game on Sunday then we have an awful game on Sunday and vice versa. If I sucked then we suck and I I think you have to go into it in this business and I try to pump him up. Try to make sure that he's teed up for stuff that he wants to talk about. And if there's something that I want him to hear me say because I know he wants to take it in a certain direction I literally just grabbed him by the arm and make sure he's listening to me and not talking to the producer and we have that kind of a relationship were the same age. We both have two daughters we. We've had a lot of similar life experiences so only difference is he was a tremendous athlete. And I I was doing games at at a very young age. Kyle Shanahan do you sit down you sit down with an interview with Kyle Shanahan. whose very intense like you? You had a profoundly successful well known father Did you did you share some similarities. When he was telling his story could you sense? I lived a little bit of that. Yeah I think that there's something there that that's in the back of all of our heads you know that that followed on a public stage in their fathers or their mother's footsteps whether you're an entertainer or your whatever. I talk with Oliver Hudson. Who is Kate's brother and Goldie Hawn's John's son and one of my best friends and he loves around? He's like what about me. You're you're just your dad son. My sister's brother and he's he's older than she is. And he's Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell's son. That's always kind of sitting in the back of your head. So I feel like I almost got into this business apologetically like look. I know a lot of people are working their asses off trying to get to this level and and I just happened to be my dad son and I think to my credit read it. I paid attention when I was a little kid. He always wanted me with him. He took me to every National League city. By the time I was twelve. We were best friends instead of father son and so so I took all that in and when I got a chance to do the cardinals at the age of twenty one. I wasn't in all of the surroundings. I just that I'd grown up in that booth and then I just went and did my thing so I I was so lucky and if there are negatives because everybody for the rest of Your Life Things Oh well your your dad's kid we know how you got your job I I think. The positives far outweigh any of those negatives by the way when you when you were doing. Saint Louis Cardinal Games and I was doing triple A.. Baseball and I you were coming to glorious cities like this you have you done a lot of Miami in your life. Yeah well yeah sure when the Marlins this came into existence you come down here and that was a great way to see this country and you're here for three days doing games at night and then you're going out you know back then I was twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three. I was friends with a player so I just go out and hang out with them and you know going to Montreal. Oh Lord Montreal when that when the Expos left in her a lot of people west because that is just a hell of a city. I don't care if they showed up to watch the expos or not cares. I'm Miss Saint Catherine Street dammit. I WANNA go back Crescent Street. I WANNA I WANNA go back but I don't get to jobs pleasure having you all right guys. Thank you so much Joe. Buck calling the game for Fox with Great Troy bonaire anders the entire staff the pre game show for joy Taylor. I'm calling coward back our three neck. One more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio APP. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you like remember how the fourteen year old version of yourself felt if you could write to that kid? What would you say? I'm Chelsea arson join me on my podcast. Dear Young Rocker Walker for each week I write a letter to my younger self as she brings us back into the intensity of adolescence. Falling in love with your favorite song. The way only teenager can getting up the nerve to join a band. 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The first day I brought my sandals here wanted my feet in the sand and that's carpet that's brown carpet for those who are listening on radio. I apologize to F S One. It looks like sand. We're very cosmetically smart here at Fox. You're ruining the illusion. Well listen life's an illusion. Everybody wears makeup on TV. The whole world is an illusion is telling me I wake up looking okay like this common. It's actually great for me because I have high heels on and it would be impossible for me to get the sets and these shoes. There wasn't for that at that. Let's beautiful though it does. It's interesting about the Super Bowl. I had dinner last night with bill. Romanowski he's been for these things and we were just talking about the games and he's like listen man on this is he goes. I don't remember my first one. The first quarter I ran out of the tunnel there was a bunch of flashes. I don't remember much about it. He was an energy guy. He's like. There's nothing like it. There's a lot of distractions in Miami to begin with. There's a lot of distractions. Most both the forty niners in the chiefs have sort of installed their offenses in their schemes. And then over over the course of a week you try to avoid a nightmare scenario with one of your players you can tweak here and there I've said before I think San Francisco is a better team. I think Kansas City as an individual. Joel Patrick Mahomes the best football player in this game. And I can't wait for it when I was a kid growing up I can remember. I was the only one one in my family that loves sports. And my dad like the news and my mom was British and she was always trying to figure out stuff BBC Z.. And that sort of stuff. We had a lot of books and encyclopedias. National Geographic around the house and I was the kid that liked sports and I can remember the first sporting event I ever watched was a Laker game with will chamberlain against the Portland. Trailblazers in Brent Musburger on. CBS was doing the play. I play I remember this. It was a black and white. TV set and the first football game. I remember watching was nineteen. Seventy two. It was the undefeated. Miami Dolphins Against George Allen's Washington redskins. I can remember it vividly in my room. And the Redskins had players like Pat Pat Fischer Chris Hamburger Larry Brown. Billy kilmer George Allen Dyron Talbert they were a Old veteran team in Miami had czanka Bob Greasy Paul Warfield Miami dominated the game lead fourteen nothing until l. e. late until the kicker Garo your premium bad snap grab. That is a kicker tried to throw it Mike Bass number forty one picked it off ran into the end zone own. It was fourteen seven though the game was never that competitive a Washington even back then the Dallas cowboys were big deal back then. Washington was arguably one of the biggest brands in the NFL. Dallas and Washington. The Green Bay packers were very historic. But my first memory of the Super Bowl involved the Miami dolphins and they have been more chaotic through the years. They segue from those teams with Bob Greasy. The event getting Dan Marino than Jimmy Johnson Marino was older and since that time it's been a series of seven nine eight nine and seven and now they're in a total rebuild re-build with Brian Florez. But I like him in their three picks and it looks like they're going to get one of these talented young star wars quarterbacks out of college so I always love coming to Miami makes makes me think about the first super bowl ever watched and with that. Let's bring on a four two time former. NFL Coach who was in this game as coordinator. More than once. Eric man genie comes to our set. It also by Jason Taylor and Steve Smith. Both in super bowls will be joining us later. So here we go coach. He Super Bowls are unique. These playoff games sir. Different so Romanowski tells me last night he goes. After I was in one I settled down the first quarter of the first game. Lot of butterflies didn't WanNa make a big mistake was over thinking the game take media experiences being in these Super Games. Do Coaches have anxiety. Yeah without a doubt now remember our first super bowl was against the rams which was the greatest show on turf. I was a DB coach at the time so we had to deal with stopping stopping that passing game and nobody. Nobody really expected us to be in the game. We were fourteen point underdog so you go into this game understanding how big a challenge you have and trying to slowdown this offense. and We'd played during the year. We already played the rams once and they'd beaten us but we had a radically different plan and then it's how is this plan. Get a gun going to play out and played really well in the first quarter tyler had an interception for a touchdown Pretty early on and we started to settle in and then we took a very specific approach on how we're going to stop work at a finesse with them. We were going to beat him up out. That was our plan we were going to. We're going to beat them up and force them to play in a phone booth and and they accommodated us until about the fourth quarter and then things got a little bit out of hand. They scored fourteen points pretty quickly. But that being said Willie mcginest had a holding penalty on March faulk and otherwise Tamaki Jones would've returned it ninety yards touchdown we would have been up twenty one nothing but just things like that shifts like that you remember I can see it I can see it I can feel it. I remember when the when the kick went up. I remember that last. Drive the There's nothing like this experience. There is a danger of you. Set your packages you install them and then you get to the game and I I always feel like a player has to manage his emotions but similarity with a coach. If you fall behind I thought Baltimore and a playoff game this year. You're panicked a little when they trailed. Did you find yourself in your super bowl experience. Managing your emotions. Yeah I thought not. Just Baltimore but Tennessee. In the same way they both teams went away from what they do really well in in my opinion a little bit too soon and as you go into this game the pre game is much longer the halftime much longer. You've got to manage these guys emotions because they're used to peaking at a certain point but it's so much longer than normal. NFL game that you gotTa rain these guys in and even as you go in for halftime look fell relaxed. We've got a lot of time here gates okay and and it's settling down so that they come back out and peak right at the moment you need him to pee and the first time you're in it you don't you don't totally get it. It's like dealing with your kids. You know how you've told your kids don't stove it's hot. Don't Bel- attack at Bennett. He told us. But you know there's still a lot of touch stove at different points points and had to manage our way through it. How many were you inefficiently Why one three was in through your third? Now you're an experienced experienced super bowl coach. You've been in these before. Yeah that was the eagles. I believe. Okay so when you're in that super bowl did you reflect back on your first or was it a different experience entirely. I thought Robert. Kraus comments on super bowls. The best. He's there all children's special in their own way. Yeah and and that's how these were. The second was Carolina. My wife was pregnant with our son. Jake Jake Dome was quarterback of the Panthers. It was a Totally a radically different super bowl than the first one or no points or score and then a ton of points scored both safeties got injured late in the game. The third third one with the eagles were up and then they had a two minute drive and their mechanics were slow and we kept wondering nor are they going to transition. What's going to happen Yeah it's it's you learn a lot about how to deal with the process of being in the Super Bowl and there's family there's friends is people who WanNa meet up. There's there's all the distractions the players go through but when you have experienced you know that this is too important to let anything else. Get in the way of the opportunity to have this moment. That lasts a lifetime by the way. They're Tom Brady. And Jimmy Garoppolo you know people have made people forget. Sometimes Tom's I six playoff games. Only once was the over one hundred passer rating. He was led mostly by coaching and defense. Initially and then grew into leading the team. People are criticizing Garoppolo. They're saying well. It's a run game. It's a defensive front similar to New England he's not vast to carry it. Do you see any similarities in their styles as quarterbacks their personalities Garoppolo and Tom it would definitely that that first super bowl run. We had three offensive touchdowns in the playoffs total so and we won the Super Bowl so they we we want in different in different ways with Garoppolo Rappalo. There is a different so he he has experienced he as at super bowl experience. Even though it was it was as a backup. He's got one hundred and twenty million dollars. He's like supermodel looks and his. The expectations are sky high. Because he was traded there to to to save the franchise's second round draft pick. I think think they've they. They're starting points. Were radically different. And I think with Garoppolo. There's a make something happen component. To him he takes more risks yet. And those make something happen quarterbacks. They'll make some having view in the make. Something happen for the other team where. Tom's not liked that. Tom Is going to make something happen for you or nobody else. And I think that's where their styles for me to me are dramatically different wounded ballot. Check like him though in college when you talk to people what. What was it about that bill? All Song Garoppolo were there. Tom Traits. Or what did you see. What looked the quarterback? Evaluating quarterbacks is so hard and we see it every ear where high draft picks. Don't work out. They become bus guys later. You know in the draft become really good players. I wish there was a science dance that everybody could rely on to make sense of this so but I would imagine that with the help of of Josh mcdaniels and the offensive staff they looked at traits. And that's what made Tom so good. Does he have the physical traits to be better but more importantly does he have the the character to be better because Tom worked his way into who he was. So you want to make sure your quarterback has that same type of work ethic intelligence intangibles likability the the strength of character to lead men who are difficult oftentimes to lead and are inherently skeptical. So you're looking for those traits that hopefully can develop into something great. Are you worried that Kansas City eventually pays Patrick Mahomes. And you've had to worry about caps you had to worry about it. New York getaway about in Cleveland. Are you worried that this is the best team. Mahomes will play for an over time. He'll he'll have a radically less talented roster auster. No no I think this is one of those situations where you're so happy to pay that guy. Two hundred million dollars. There's so many guys in the NFL. You've got to pay a ton of money to. They're kind of sick about it because the market says you have to pay him. But you know that's not what they're worth you argue that he's worth every penny of that and he looks like a force multiplier so even though he may have lesser receivers or you may have to get later on draft picks. Because he's so good he should make all those guys that much better. And that's Tom's done for years so regardless of how much you pay him he's worth it. I'd be a lot sicker if I had to go pay guy that I wasn't sure sure could win. Who just happens to be a free agent somewhere in that neighborhood hoping that he becomes what Patrick mahomes already demonstrated? He could be a super bowls. Yes I feel like And it's just my opinion. That San Francisco's got a better deeper roster but there's some individual stars for Kansas City. Super Bowls are interesting. How did you feel that every super bowl euro part of the better team won the better roster one yes you did know the better team will not the better roster and this is something when we say we weren't in the business of collecting talent? We were in the business of building a team. And when I look at San Francisco it feels. It feels more like a team. There's a lot of guys who are having moments and you look for that. It's not always the star that's GonNa have the moment that changes the game. San Francisco has a lot of guys who who make really really good solid. Tackle Light fullback guys. Yeah the Yay whether it's lead blocking or something thing on the on the punt return team. It's those moments collectively that. Make the better team. They don't have the same star power that Kansas City dozen and look Kansas City. He's got to get out of their own way. They can't spot San Francisco Twenty four point do they can't have these self inflicted wounds and think Mahomes is GonNa dig out of this whole again. Can't do it you can't do it. Not With San Francisco. Eric Mangini Multiple Super Bowl. Appearance is good seeing you coach. Steve Smith Jason Taylor joys brother. I'm prodding for childhood information that will be happening soon in Miami. Say hello to Casper. This is the sleep leap company that not only wanted to provide the most comfortable mattresses but be the most trusted outrageously comfortable products to make you sleep and live the better. The world is better when it's well slept four layers premium femme trademark zone support for back alignment. They have betting bed frames pillows sheets furniture now. Need time to decide. Sleep on Casper. Mattress comes with a one hundred risk free trial plus free shipping and free returns if you weren't happy but you will get the mattress of your dreams. Today go to Casper Dot com code. 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There's something about as quarterback that needs to improve off the field. He is the worst texture of all time. I'm telling you he leaves me WanNa read all the time of the. Hey Jamie I got a question maybe on this play Shiramaya out like this. No response response. Jimmy want to go to a movie response. Basically I got your tax responded. I have no response to. I'm a bad text driving horrible texture. I I do turn the read receipts off on my phone though. Don't do that. What's that like he's Garoppolo come on like you know when you send the tax you open it says read or not like turn that off then you can say like Oh. I'm sorry I I didn't see it which we all also alive but at least you have possible deniability. So you don't return I I I responded in my minds But like I read it and then I'm like okay. I need to respond to this but then something happens and I forget intentionally ignoring the but sounds kind of Jimmy off. It was the most intentional unintentional. I've still trying to think of the most famous person who's ever tax me. Ask Jason Though about the first. The first time he played he played voicemail for for me. That Michael Jordan left like two minutes long. Yes it was insane. That's a good question for Jason. When he comes on so Sammy? Watkins signed a three year deal with the chiefs before eight two thousand eighteen eighteen season and he talked about his decision to go to Kansas City and he said it was the best decision of his life. So much like Michael Vick was telling US earlier. He said that having Andy Reid as his coach coach was the main reason that he felt that way again. I think Andy Reid. Winning a super bowl is is one of the biggest storylines of this week because even a lot of people love the forty niners myself included. There's such a fun team to watch. I feel like if you're not a chief's fan or niners. Fan exclusively kind of torn Horn a little torn about which way to go. Because you've got to want this for Andy Reid so there this game does not have a villain. It does not know and I mean listen I lived. I didn't didn't grow up a patriot. Fan I then moved to Connecticut so for ten years I was surrounded by Patriot. Fans and everywhere. I've lived as a sports caster. You meet players or you meet people and you know you go to parties at People's houses and there's patriots stuff so over time I used to work in Tampa and I was covering Trent Dilfer and Warren Sapp and the guys I work work with were bucket near fans so you try never to be a fan but you become a dolphin fan of you lived through hurricane fan. I got people who were turned off by the Patriots creates I totally got that was kind of efficient and businesslike no personality. I would be deliriously happy. I pictured in my head several times how I I would feel either team won. I would feel sadder if Andy Reid lost happy if the niners won and that's not against the niners. I do feel a little sympathy for the criticism. Andy Reid guests which I think is unjust. I can remarkable career. Yeah that's exactly how I feel like the highs and lows of this game there's no villain it's just gonNa be a great football game with a bunch of star and a big personality Super Bowl. Yes absolutely so nick Bosa also star in this game is playing in his first. I super bowl as a rookie. This year and opening nights he was asked to his idols in the league. Were growing up and I I think he gave a really great answer. I really looked exception. Jason Taylor he was I was pretty big Dolphin Fan. My Dad played for the dolphins so I grew grew up down here so I went to a lot of games and I watched him and he was as good as they get back then. So just the way conducted himself on and off. The field. Jason so old rookie. That's playing the game right now. Like I ll is him got look at that. Isn't that crazy. I thought that was really nice. You know what's funny. I always tell my brother brother. My favorite player. My favorite football players Dan Marino growing up was junior CEO. Oh Yeah I love junior posters junior sale. I would I would like defense. Obviously because my brother but I don't know I just like junior sale. Just always play was like this flare all unique and tough dynamic. I magnus this. Look in this edge sham. I just left him. I never get star struck but when he was playing for the dolphins for those two years I got chance to meet him and I literally cried. I was like read out. It was crazy. Get Star struck. You know. I was very star struck when I met Michael Michael Jordan but like certain people are going to put you in that space but yeah junior CEO. You've never met Michael Jordan. That's an that's a great story. I'll tell you that story to story joy. The news dropping news stories. That's the news and thanks for stopping by. So you got a minute. You got a minute. Tell uh-huh Michael Jordan's trump as well so ironically. My brothers on here in a few minutes really quickly. I went with Jason Too. Michael Jordan's golf tournament in the Bahamas not far from here for my twenty first birthday so I told Jason Listen you know your friends with Michael. I must meet Michael Jordan. He is my idol. I thought in my mind I was going to be Michael Jordan. One day I love Michael Jordan and must meet him know him. I will not top. Do you ever get if you don't introduce me to him. So he walks in the restaurant him and his wife and I say Michael Show. Let's go do your job. I need to meet Michael so I can't say anything I'm just like hello. And he says Jason says the Michael This is my sister is her twenty first birthday today. So Michael Says Hello. Oh my God happy birthday. Let's go do a shot of Tequila. Yes yes I want to do with Michael Jordan. That's an amazing story to have right now with my brother. We're going to go do a shopkeeper. Let's go and Jason was I was like no. You can't go. Hey did. Let me do shops kilos Michael Jordan. Why because he's excuse my brother's knowing he wouldn't let you were legal? Of course you are twenty one therefore therefore twenty first birthday yes would not let me go. Wow that's a true story. I'll never ever forgive him for that and the behind them a better story that he didn't let me go but right. Yeah that happened while Steve Smith right around the corner sixteen years in the NFL. Steve You can do a curl route right right right behind. Our Stage Steve Smith played in Super Bowl. Thirty eight against New England. How are you my friend? Excellent running late you know. What are the people? We'll talk. Let one of the last time I saw you had retired and I went to dinner and you popped into the restaurant and just gotten off a flight from if I recall Taiwan or Singapore poor. You'd been South Korea South Korea. I'm sorry you've been Sabato. Hero World Traveler. You love the travel you love to get out there so St St. When I look at each other I know we just saw each other cohort and Salt Lake City? Yeah you're skier. Yes and a great former Great Utah utes mute by the way. Yes so I WANNA ask you about Patrick. Mahomes can play with an assist but he ad libs go back to a your career so when I watch mahomes I think oh. This'll be just great to be a wide receiver but you also ran good routes so is there a the disadvantage ever playing with a guy who had lives no. It's not because what we see is the fans you see as a live is always what we call all scheduled plays. You know a guy who's going to do something you you practice with with guys every single day so you start to know guys habits. That's why I've been in a former teammate. Is always been beneficial for the opposing team on the other side. Because there's little things that you know about your family members that's right you know about guys that you around each other so many hours and days of the week and traveling you understand that. This guy doesn't like Brussels sprouts. This guy crazy. He loves Broccoli. Like all these variations. Because you're around each other like you to know things about each other that I know you guys have body language that you can read off. She didn't like that one based off like me and my wife should say something. She'll say my my wife's signature. I don't like something is a gentle not my fav- auction say that's not my favorite best coal for nope right so so just little things like that. So what I really love about the Kansas City chiefs are what we see is operatives are really on schedule they know exactly what's going on. They may call a playlist. Say IRA one thirty six Max Curl ex choice. So you got the Max Curl on one side. One thirty six six Max Protection Curl Ex Choice X.. Choice of a slot that means he has a little a little option route right so he get to choose is based off the defense now. This quarterback will know that this guy who's running laissez tyreek hill is running at choice route while he knows that tar heel doesn't like to get hit on so he will throw the ball between this area and because of that he won't throw the ball outside of that area because he knows that his the receiver prefers his sandwich without crust on it and so he knows that so when you really look at it. I'm a food guy. So we look at it. He knows Patrick. Mahomes is a stay at home dad. WHO's making the sound for all of his receivers his kids to say in? He knows tar heel doesn't like on his Hammock Tamagotchis. He doesn't like a crust. He knows travelers Kelsey really is not a Baloney Guy. He likes grilled cheese but with Mozzarella cheese not with cheddar cheese. I saw all of that variation he knows that Mikhail harmony. He he likes. He's not really a salad guy. He really likes chicken salad with a little bit of mustard and salt and pepper right more of a pepper guide less salt. And then this guy the other guy doesn't like anything. He just likes breakfast so all of that stuff happens a you know that by building up. That's why training camp is so important buildup trying to count. So what did you like and tell. Tell me a relationship. You had with a quarterback that you felt it was a body language relationship. You knew exactly what you could. Look at the line of scrimmage in a Red Zone and you knew he knew what you like or there will be times where if there was a certain play something lined up or like when I was in Carolina. Let's say Steven Jack Steven Davis and Jake Delong is Steven was tired. See Say I'm tired so I would know but then there's times where he smoker Steven wanted to look on a run play so that's the smoker. You just take it a line and turnaround so do it all varies it. It all varies when you look San Francisco yes. A collection of young kiddle a depot murdered and they have Emmanuel Sanders. You got a little bit of a track team mm-hmm over in Kansas City. That a Lotta guys. I WANNA go down. The seem to run up the sideline. There's so many variations too wide receivers randy. Moss doesn't remind me of you when you go back to your game. What did you take pride in? I really enjoy running routes. It's not even when I do. TV I talk about running routes You know do you have a PhD around runner. And what I mean by that is do you understand why you're running up and and understand why you're running it because sometimes it coaches say run this route but you don't know why you're running it. What is on the backside? What does the defense have to do and show you you to make you not a viable choice on their route? So you have to be able to know that. And so that's where the all encompassing mastercraft mastercraft know. Exactly why you're running that route and what the other guy next two years running. And why is he running. What that and also to what I used to do is achieve cheated a little bit if I was in a slot and I had a scene or corner and the guy outside of me had a low hit trout? I would make the corner commit immediately by maybe jogging off the ball or maybe a little bit of the line so that corner so if I was outside I would hesitate tate and I cornered like Kinda. He gives impatient. He would drop off to the corner so that told me the ball near now is in a corner our kind of go and go this way so he would automatically think. Oh He's gone to the middle of the field. So he would clamp down in zone onto the. You're helping your Tony Hitch. No I was getting the ball. I wasn't helping my team. I was given the ball for myself. And so then I'll go this way. Straighten backup take the high angle in cover too. He should have been covered area era but also know we had a flat. So if I commit this way and I got this hitch and afl the corner must pass me off to the safety and he must attack that corner talk to the flat cheated. Got The ball. I learned that because I learned a system and defenses. You played in one super bowl and you played in several games. Were they ever different or they just super bowl Sunday. At some point it will feel like Sunday. And the faster you get around around and away from the importance of the better you commun- earth's and once you can do that you know he'll sell me at some point during a game. Amiable relies is still a football game. Yes it's a super bowl but to get to the fourth quarter we gotta we gotTa make sure we tighten up in the first quarter order's headquarters so you start to process it the same way you process anything else is you go. Hey I gotta do this first before I can do that half times longer. A lot of more breaks commercial breaks. Longer I don't think so I didn't bother you doing Thursday night. I've seen a lot of commercial breaks planet Thursday night plant in big games. You'll get up there and it was like. TV There's TV breaks now everywhere. And so I don't think is going to change when you look at Jimmy Garoppolo as a great receiver however you like them or not. Why either way I love him? I love both of these. quarterbacks are because what I really love about Jimmy Garoppolo and just some of these players. I used to as a player. I didn't like the stigma of gay manager. But here's what I love about a game manager and also being a businessman who wants a manager energy that is not embracing the role of manager. Who wants a manager who wants to receive manager benefits and payment? But yet don't doesn't the water responsibility so I love a game manager. I love that because that means a coach and a franchise says our guys system guy. He understands our system he can adjust if he sees some differently and he also knows takes pride in a system which we have implemented who was the guy says man buck the system. I want to be part of the system. I'm assisted. I'm a system bender. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa be that guy I want a guy who's embracing assistant because that when Helen. Hey basket goes when adversity comes. You want a guy. That's a convoy success guys. We're GONNA run the ball versus you. Don't want a guy sitting there going. You don't want to wide receiver sitting there going. We need to throw the ball. WanNa buy a billion us. Run the ball right. You need to have guys who understand the system because if you don't have a guy understand understand the system you got the blind leading the blind finally. Do you have one lasting memory of your super bowl. I mean I do who I think wanted the memories that I I I have playing which I love being analysts and people sometimes it throws them off the airplane. They go somewhere to go. Who who do you have an honest response on filter responses? I can care less you know why because when I I see some of the guys that Lawson with the titans they were crying the impact when they lose whoever wins or loses Sunday Sunday. My flight is still booked and I still go to sleep because I remember being player now. I hate losing and and I hate to see guys lose. Because here's a part that you guys don't see the trash bags. They hand out to the Tennessee. Titans knows guys have to clean out their locker and some of those guys looking at which other going. I don't know if I'll be back in his locker room again. I don't know if I'll be back with these guys. I got to pack up my kids. I don't know if my kids will go to school here. I just saw all these things that life gets in a way. And so that's why I love being Alan because either way no sweat off my back. I still still talk about game. And then we move onto the Kamba great senior bud. He's GonNa go. 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This time tomorrow presented by team about the business is now available on the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen. Listen to podcasts. Alright speak for yourself as coming up next Jason. Whitlock what you guys have on the show today Baltimore. Ravens and ball state. Great willies is is going to be on the show. And I'll tell you cholewa little afraid about all the height might seem certain fifteen years in the NFL. Six time. Pro Bowler and a hall of Famer. Jason Taylor is joining us. Brother of joy Taylor is joining us. She tells me all these great stories all the time you did not have or maybe you did have the typical goal route to the NFL. You had a lot of doubters a lot of questions people said no when you look back at your. NFL experienced feel common or uncommon affiliate uncommon doubted undersized back when I came out ninety seven. I'M GONNA date myself a little bit here. You know I was six five six six two hundred and forty forty pounds and in the NFL between it was kind of a bad word. I try is a derogatory term and people didn't know where you fit or whatnot. Nowadays they call them hybrids they pay him twenty million bucks a year. Everybody what he wants them. You can't find them but I was a little bit too so all my mother's birthday today. She had me a little bit too early. But it worked out so absolutely through your what everybody nobody is looking for now. And if you can't play defense they make tight you're right twenty twenty million more. Either you just split out run the same it's easy let's talk about Jimmy. Johnson's influence fluence on your life. He was just inducted into the hall of fame. Jimmy Jimmy means everything to me. I mean he was. He's a guy that took a chance on a two hundred forty pounder. Playing defensive in he was was very confident. Put me in this situation said listen. Don't worry about learning football right now. Just go find the football and go do it so I think the belief that he put me in the confidence he instilled still to me gave me an opportunity to run around and I learned a game as I went but you know. He's the way he thinks. He's a philosophy major and the way he thinks. Oh Wow side of the box so different than what other people in the league. At that particular time I think even nowadays so differently than we think and it just it instills confidence and it's still bravado. When you you can do it because he if he believe me I know I can do it? Did you feel a responsibility to be good for Jimmy. Because he took a chance on you you feel responsibility but you also feel that that pressure and heat on the back of your neck much much like this Miami Heat right now when you know Jimmy was demanding and he worked the heck out of you. He pushed you he. He wanted to make practice so difficult. That two games failed easy and I never understood that when I was saying that and then after going through training with them I realized he's exactly right. We're we're gonNA work so hard that we can't wait to get to Sunday and that's what I need this. If I was a first round pick ninety seven in Miami I might have been a mess up. You know down here on the beach getting in trouble. Who knows what but coming into the third round? Pick having a huge tip of my shoulder. Having a coach there believed in me and made me maybe push grind. I mean I think is really really what made me a pretty good player plan. Miami really good really good. I mean depending on time of year. It's really hot it's really good. I mean it's this is a great city I mean they. They love the dolphins down here as much as they are there behind the heat and obviously has some great years when abroad and be weighed knows guys and Chris Bosh here the heat you know. This is a football town. That's thirty four championship. Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to win but the culture is amazing here. It's a melting pot. There's a lot of places like this around the country but I think Miami is so unique in that is such a vacation spot destination for people in the Hispanic culture black white in June. I mean they're all really small footprint. You know as far as square footage square miles I. It's I love it's an amazing city. It tasks you as a player though. It tested your discipline. It does the only good thing is that we used to practice in Davie Florida. So it's about thirty minutes away from here so I lived about ten minutes from the facility and the beach was about a half hour away. So it's closing up. You can get to it but far enough away that you still okay at four thirty in the morning. I gotTA leave that to be a practiced by still get you outta here. I know it sounds crazy leaving at four thirty but it's far enough away and I had great veterans around me guys like Trace Armstrong. Tim Bowens Zach Thomas. So many guys that did the right way. The kind of soldier the route to go that kept trouble a little bit. You played on very good defensive fronts which you are often the star or the star you've got to. AFC see championship with the jets. Not In the Super Bowl. San Francisco's got a very athletic defensive front. They've drafted they're all under twenty five and they've drafted it when you you feel like you went into games knowing. I'm better than the offensive. Tackle on-line up against San Francisco gets into several games like that. Did you know it going into the game on tape or did you send it after twelve fifteen snaps. Both really you. Can't you know going in we. I think we match up. Well if we can get certain things to happen throughout the course of the game and get a lead maybe a are to possession lead I know dominate is the guy across you can tell on film. Yeah I mean you know when you match it. Well what. You'd like to do what they like to do. You figure out snap. Counts you figure out. Tendencies some quarterbacks. I could take the play clock very very low so now I can get a jump off the ball. There's one or two seconds left in the play clock so you look at all those things now when you come out in the first quarter tell everybody that plays nowadays even the kids coach now. Everybody's fresh in the first quarter. I I mean they just had the national anthem. There's a fly over the cheerleaders. Do backflips everybody's happy. Everybody's fresh those guys want to do a little extra and play a little dirty pushing shoving the play and I use it. Just turn around and laugh your fresh now. But I'm going to see you in about an hour and a half when that sons your neck for two hours and then I know I'm GonNa get you by by the way I saw the steelers throwing up a couple years ago. Mike Tomlin brought a team down here. Could you see teams in Miami Wilt. You Som- wilt absolutely. We would sit in the sideline and laugh about it. And I remember my first eight years especially in their Jimmy Johnson and Dave Weinstein. We had no indoor facility so Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. All those practices that walk-throughs were outside outside so we were always in the elephants. We always we always had the deal with it so we were held on wheels in in September October now. November December came came around. I know smile. Add up a little bit and we sometimes rather gas but you could see those guys melting. We had guys off as alignment. Come back on the field for a new series series. Still have an ice towel around their neck trying to tucked in their in their in their shoulder pads interrupts. Were run over and make him pull it out in as soon as you see that. I mean it's like a single file line trying to lineup. Because you know I got one now. You're a coach. Now what have you taken from Jimmy Johnson to be a great high school coach. Is there a message or something you learned learn from Jimmy. Yeah I think the work ethic is a few coaches. I take things from. Probably you know Jimmy Johnson. Nick Sabin Guy Played for a couple of years and obviously his resume speaks for himself. A Guy I love dearly Kirby smart as a bunch of guys that I played for Rex Ryan but Jimmy was a stickler for details. We were always going to work. You're that you're gonNA outworked everybody when you're on the grass was have a great time. We're going to have fun out here. That's game about having fun. But when you're in a grass we need to be the hardest workers in the room and then I always tell l. by Delima now and it was always way player. I wanted to get kicked out of practice every day. I want to ruin every Israel to the point where Dan Marino's yelling at me Jimmy Johnson or nick excite whoever it is kicked us out of practice because they can't get anything done because being opinion too but when you do that enough then Sunday comes easy and you just go out and do your thing. We'll see a good brother joy. He's a great brother. He's very hard on me as he should have. You wouldn't let her loose shot with Michael Jordan. Why she was under age the twenty first birthday that I love it as a brother I love you know why because I wanted to shots? And if she took one uh-huh that's that's the truth behind Jason Rightfully so I went to school in Miami here was was trying to keep an eye on me at all times which I needed probably needed. A couple is on the but you know he's he's always hard on me but I need it. She's a really pro. She's very disciplined where you disciplined. WHO's disciplined? She's very disciplined a worker. No social work. Yeah she. She's a qualifier there. I just didn't I never you say joy Taylor. The first ten things that come to mind may not be disciplined. I work together. I see her in a different light. I've seen her in her worst of times and she's not working but now she's listen. She's worker but off the route she took to get get to where she is. You know from being inserted and assistant producer all the time you know all the title she had but she's getting up at four thirty five in the morning she she earned it and in fact we're finally at the point now that if we go to dinner she could pay for there we go. But yes Jason Taylor Joy. Tanner thank you. so much chase the hall of Famer Gracie and you happy birthday. He'll be on Joyce podcast later today. The heard you pay everyone. I'm Brooke Burke I'm making King admits and I'm sex and intimacy coach Leila Deville and we have a podcast called intimate knowledge. That's what this show is about sack sex but it's so so much more than that. It's about the ups and downs near relationship. Your sex life about overcoming heartbreak and infidelity. It's about understanding intimacy. And what makes you happy. And it's about everything he wanted to know. But you might be too embarrassed to ask. 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