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"brian baby" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"The world. These are interesting, I think. Yeah, I agree. So different cultures of kind of come up with like taboo plus, like really complex stuff to basically say, okay, you can marry this person, you can't marry that person. It goes beyond just, you can't marry your second cousin or closer. And one of the ways that the Muslim religion has done this is to come up with something called a milk kinship. Where if you breastfeed a child who's unrelated to you, at least three to 5 times, then you and that child are considered mahram, which means you are, you can not marry, right? Even though you're not a blood relative, you might not have any blood shared between you because you breastfed, you can't marry that person. Right, which seems like duh, because you're raising this kid from a baby, but I don't think we mentioned at the beginning. There have been cultures through history where it was a common practice to adopt and raise a baby in also marry them. You marry the baby and then raise them up to adulthood. Baby Brian. Baby bride, it's very hard to wrap your head around. Or baby groom, I saw at least one culture. Yeah. Again, it's hard to wrap your head around here and 2022, but that's something that happened. So this was a big deal in the Muslim culture because you don't have to wear hijab if you are mahram. So it's sort of a workaround when you raise this adopted baby, all of a sudden when they get old enough, you don't have to wear that hijab around them anymore. Right, right, because you're. Which is kind of fun to say. It is. And then there's something called the leverett marriage. I think it has to do with Levi from the Bible. Old Testament stuff. But basically, it's a law that is found in a bunch of different disparate cultures that says, if you are married to a man and your husband dies, your brother in law has to marry you. And it seems to have been a way not to marry off an unmarried brother. A brother in law I should say, but instead to take care of women from what I can tell. Yeah, I feel like I've seen this not as a requirement, but it's just a plot line and old west movies. Like the husband dies and so the widow marries is the brother comes into town for the funeral and then they fall in love or something. There's a Tim Robbins? So he had really Shaggy hair. I know I've seen that before, but as far as the required the Old Testament version, there was a stipulation where if the brother in law said it, no thanks. Then the widow, I guess, an offense takes off his sandals and then spits in his face. And then his bloodline is forever known as the family of the un sandaled. Which I guess you would not want to be known as that. I guess so. I also saw, so there's a culture called the chukchi from eastern Siberia. And they practiced leverett marriage. If your husband dies, you marry his brother. And this is a way of taking care of women in a place that's really unforgiving climate wise. And they actually have a backup to that. They have wife swapping where very close friends will create a pact and they will share their wives and then all of the children born or all that groups responsibility, there's not like a delineation. And that supports women whose husbands don't have a brother. So if their husband dies, they're still taking care of by this other husband and his wife and their family. Oh, interesting. Yeah, it's pretty smart. I always think of raising Arizona when I over here at the two words wife swap. It's impossible not to, you know? Me and doddy are swingers. You got anything else? I got nothing else. I don't either, which means this is the end of our marrying cousin episode. Since I talked about marrying cousins one last time, that means it's time for listener mail. I need to call this adoption language, and this is something that made me feel bad in a good way. If that makes sense. It's something I never considered as a dad who has an adopted kid. And I'm really glad that Frank opened my eyes to this. Hey guys, my wife Katie and I were listening to the roe V wade episode and we have a minor tangential note. We notice that you use the phrase gave up when referencing adoption a few times, like gave up their baby for adoption, which is, you know, it's a very common thing people say. I say it all the time too. Yeah. My wife is a social worker for an adoption agency in the Chicago area, and I learned from her that the phrase is really frowned upon in the adoption community as it can have a negative connotation of quitting on a child when that is not the case and they encourage people to say instead that the mother made an adoption plan for the baby. In fact, her agency had a campaign a few years ago called a give up giving up. I never thought twice about it until I learned about it for my wife. And I think it'd be great for your listeners to know. And that is from Frank and Frank very glad you let me know this because this is something that we've even said in our House and we have tidied that up because when I think about it, that is not the right thing to say. Yeah. I mean, yeah, you could see it reflecting on the child, especially when they get old enough to start thinking in those terms, but also on the parents who adopted off their child. You know, like they did something shameful or something like that. Yeah. Absolutely, man. Way to go, Frank. So I think it's one of those situations where it's just sort of the way it's always been said and I love it when people point out like, no, there's a better way forward. Yeah, like when that dude told us to stop using dark ages. That's right. Same thing. Yeah. If you want to get in touch with us like Frank or the dark ages dude, you can send us an email. 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Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer
"brian baby" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer
"Is available for a fee amazon apple tv. Google play and voodoo guess. What there's fucking spoilers came out in two thousand thirteen. Where in two thousand twenty one. We're in the fucking future. Okay before give me fox. let's just introduce our guest. Hell you do you want to do it. Sure i know this guy rather well. We talk about movies together for over four hours a week for the last five here. He the dumbbells podcast coasts with eugene. Cordeiro right here on head gum. And the action boys podcast which he co host with me and our mutual friend and work acquaintance. Ben rogers ryan rhino staying. Treat to be here guys you too much for doing you a question. Your is your relationship to the fast and furious. Move as well. I mean i'm trying to think of. I've been listening to some of your guys episode and what what would mind be. That's unique to previous guests. I would say my kind of hot issue is that i really like the first three. Yeah deeming take. It is and i'm with you guys in the sense that something special happened with five and i think that that's the sum total of before previous ones in that. It's kind of like they figured out what was great about all of them and then just put it into five and then we got that and it was really. I watched that one in preparation for what we're going to cover six. And so i was like oh man. This is extra. Did a lot of homework on this hour's worth of movies homework hallmark nightmare. I was thinking about it. What five. I feel like really soared. Because it's kind of like their ocean's eleven you know like oh let's lean into this heist concept and and they're still kind of underdogs in it and to me as they progress and as the stars egos get bigger as the caskets older ages. I just start to like them less gonna go back and you watch the first one. They're all beautiful ignani scrappy. And and it's it's kind of a youth movie you know. And it's like i i wanna hang with these people and do some street racing. I'm interested in that. And then you just get further and further and further and further away from that. They'll just dangle the original fast heads like myself a little bit like oh they'll just kind of do play full race that's unrelated to anything so there's your fucking race now bank to hand to hand combat or whatever it is well you just. This is what i like about six. It's exactly what you said. There they did five was ocean's eleven sitting is there like justice. League meets the an justice. Lease on sixes. They're expendable 's and yes i. i will say though. Six brings back more car driving not race because the elite mobile unit enya that they're facing off shawn his crew but i also think this one features the best hand-to-hand of all the movies has an abundance of hand to hand a lot of hand to hand. Also this movie starts off by saying if you haven't seen the first five no worries we credit. This is like a tv show. We'll show you clips out of order from every movie before this. I couldn't believe it but that's also it reminded me. I was like oh look at them. They're so cute like all of them. Were like cute and young. And i just feel like the stakes were higher back then. Oddly even though there was a lot less going on like it's much more grounded and the first one is a fucking. I like that. It's kind of a point break. Rip off you. Know with cars and indy me to a great honor rewatch. You also just see why. Vin and paul. Carry your million dollar movie in five and six. It's so fun that they're just both back in the same movie. Like just makes it so strong to me they are. You do feel sad for everybody to because this is their weird gilded cage in that they all got shots to kind of. Go on and do something these. These were like huge movies. They all deservedly so they're stars in their own right but they all just kind of keep having coming back to mama like they like. I'm gonna do my own shitty movies and then like i better get back for another fast six. My bread is buttered because de so kind of had he's a fascinating character in the sense that he had this crazy. Auspicious rise with multi facial. Have you guys seen that. He love it so i was riveted by him. As a you know watching these movies and up as a kid like multi-phased saving private ryan fast and the furious pitch black. And then he did it. He left him. He started his own franchise with triple x. Was then here. Acts is like fast and furious without no. I guess there's a team in that to your deaths. remove kayaks. Oh there was one where a motorcycle turned into a jet ski and i said. Wow vin diesel. won't you do. It's kind of what you never know what we're talking about furious. But you're doing these deep polls from triple x. it's ultimately works fast. Became right so then. He does his audience. They become bond movie. He does his family comedy with the pacifier hit. And then he does. Find me. Guilty with sidney lumet and that was like he was like well reviewed on like dude. You got it now. It's like whatever you wanna do. You want to be like a tom cruise or something and like he couldn't like he's just i don't know if he knows what's good about him but i guess he does because he's so fucking he dominic to read so good is tom. I gotta say my favorite part of this movie was leading thanking the woman. Who is fucking him while she's dead. And then dumping like starring. I have my family. It's the police. And i was like wait. Dom were you inviting this woman to like. Join your couple as a threat like no the inks. It was wild. Here's what's crazy about it to it that all that worked for me. I was like yeah. That's like that's well handled across the board. I was like. I respected the the lady from brazil letting him go respected. Letty i thought don kind of handled it. Well look all my fucking cards on the table. I'm fucking everybody. I could take off and husband. I get it. You want brian to fuck whatever you know. We're all you know. Yeah i gotta say. Brian's baby seemed like dumb like it didn't know where it was the whole time. It kept looking around and i was like you're on a movie set baby related. You bet it one hundred percent right. Get that hat off the kid. Yeah the had in every frame. It's like they had the baby for twenty minutes. He's gonna wear a hat the whole time or we don't play ball. I heard that there is beef between the baby and vin diesel diesels. Like i don't want this baby's bald head. I'm the on.
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"brian baby" Discussed on The Film Vault
"That's where he strays away. 'cause rum's bring i can't. I can't reconcile rotten tomatoes hatred of my beloved summer. So here's here's what a how. I envisioned the listener coin I could be some kind of like i'm thinking. Probably a game of thrones little hack. I get that but like winter. When the the winter's coming yeah winter is coming like one of the walking dead dudes. I forget what call now the white walkers white walkers thank you brian you see the show so i keep me like some kind of veterans of the walker wintertime. Cold very white brian. Here's here's the fun part. The more fun. Brian remember the teletubby baby and the sun member. Brian would be some kind of version of the teletubby baby. A son baby. Why would i be sunshine bear. That actually has the oh. You're the teletubby. Baby brian baby. This is my vision to are. You look a little babies like me. Because i know here. Oh beard also your taste movies. A lot of time has kind of baby ask. Hey as long as we're digressing and asking the listener for help throw this out to throw this out to you. Pay attention. Because i'm going just think about this but i also want this is also for the listeners. I'd like them to weigh in. Because i was thinking about this. So the the the impetus for this was the imitation game. And i'm trying to think of movies and it's a specific thing is not a twist but it's movie where at the end of the second act over the third kicks off the movie just takes a wild left turn and you're like i don't know like this is going now like the story. I make an aircraft. The story is ended. The cracked 'nigma holiday. They won world war two. And now there's a whole third act about bentiu cumberbatch being gang chemically castrated. Right now that to me is a specific genre unto itself. Forest is their style under itself like lexus. Another example where like the first who asks for about this thing is like pickled does believing down that road a little more. But you get the idea of what i'm talking about. Maybe maybe martyrs is kind like this whereas kind of a tooth for accident third actors. Like oh i don't know take going now sunshine. Yeah that's more of a twist. But yes that's what i'm talking about. Act does not match the first two acts and in a bad way. That's about example. Great example being that bad grade trying to think of other examples this. I think it's really gonna top five our new but i'm looking for other movies. That are like this where it's about one thing for to acts and then all of a sudden you're like oh i not only not coming. I don't know where we're going once again. You're looking for a way. Twist louis everything we just mentioned. Humans a twist. Okay that's that's the one that might not be a check okay. That's the archetype cleese. Likes to be more of a twist. Your same with tickled saying with more sunshine martyrs. Yeah it was. I mean come on. It's very twisty becomes a much deeper profound movie Than what it seems on the surface it does of all the disturbing movies beside me. Martyrism suck within the most gives you like to see skin ladies. Flayed women laid one brian. You're sick fuck. What's where we at number. Four free was quiet. Place is. I'm moving onto my number three d. brian. Three d love movies thirty. My documentary choice at three is already been brought up on the program. A probably could should maybe be higher on the list. I'm not actually sure why. It's not that i look at the list. Argument could be made. Maybe because it's not like what you think of it as a documentary and in talking about inside bo burnham or bo burnham inside. I've seen a called or just inside which doesn't That's the kind of movie i'd see if it was written down like ten years from now but what the fuck is inside. Gotta have that. Colin bo burnham or burnham's inside it's profane when you call it inside. Burn my but amy schumer. That's been done. What was the one robin williams one. That was also profane but it actually was a quote his. I dunno if the documentary on my mind yeah I mean the double in andhra there. This one one of the meanings not grossly other meaning profane. Don't like calm inside. But yeah one burnham did was exceptional and inspiring and really And an example of what technology. How far technologies come. Just a few years. I mean this is something that he would have never been able to do. Fifteen years from now three years from now maybe five years from now he would have done it but it would have been less version. Yeah i did. I say five years from now gone guy knows five five years from now maybe those was even himself while inside comedy special. If you lead. Morgan novel i leave him to his devices. God knows yeah. He might do that schroeck he. Maybe he'll do on anthony bourdain and black face. Can you imagine just really offensive. Very offense morgan. Neville is a very offensive controversial director. That's what they're trying to him out. That's what they're trying not at all. I don't know maybe it's a maybe it's a market employees. They're just trying to get more people to talk about this anthony out some some controversy. People were outraged. And i'm like are you. Are you really outraged. Aria don't ever put a pass people to be outraged. That's my stick on the guys angry. I don't like to see people mad about nothing. I don't like it all right So yeah my number. Three days as inside beaubourg. It's funny it's catchy. The music is good. The man is just so talented..
Rolling Stone Music Now
"brian baby" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"You also had ooh baby baby. Which also i mean telling me about the same you. You'll was isn't that crazy. That as much as the songwriting on that song. I just think of your vocal. What do you remember about recording that if anything baby baby. Yeah okay brian Baby was one of those songs that i call a mint to be song. It was an accidental created. Hit because of the fact that it was just something spontaneous. The miracles i used to sing a medley of love songs by other artists in our show and we sang it every went and one night. We were. How data in washington. Dc and we're singing this song and there was a group called the school at that time they had recall. Please say you want me to. Which was the ending song of that netflix. And so we we've gone through. Please please say you want me to we. We did all that and the girls to donate love the whole so at the end of it rather than ending it. I started to say ooh baby baby and the guys who so in tuned to grown up together and been saying he does continues all they heard me and they just started to harmonize with that. The crowd went crazy so we won't better gesture recession. We're get that here so every night. We started to do that. Man and the crowd would quit. Never heard that they went crazy. So we said okay. That's it we go home and write this in nestle we did. It was around the time that you started writing some songs for marvin gaye. I wanted to talk about a little bit about brian firm in your relationship to him. He was a complex guy. I think i think there was a lot of love between you when he did interviews. For his autobiography he talked about. He felt like you were out doing him. In some ways during the sixties what was the. What was that relationship lake. You mean the personal relationships with marvin. Yeah mama was my brother man margaret. Get almost every day. I mean you cornered me. We played golf basketball. What it was we. What are we just together. All the time and all the guys in motown man see multiple is not just a record company brian. It was not just a gathering place for artists and stuff like that. When you hear about the tom family. That's real and for those of us who are still alive that still exist. We were brothers and sisters together. We did everything together. We did picnics. We won't be home. We had dinner together. We we socialize together. We did everything together. Man we just allow big family and then included not just the artist but the people who in the staff the musicians everybody we just had the count family man and that's what it was so montana will very very close man but we were competitive like i explained to you earlier. We had the motown era but everybody was competitive. Very had this this saying that he came up with and he posted it on the wall at his field. Competition breeds success so. We all competed against each other like mad dogs. Okay but intern. We helped each other. Like i said with the monday morning meetings what we could take each other to critique the music to try and make it better and i'll use exam example like this norman whitfield turned out to be my biggest rival for the temptations. If norman whitfield were doing record on the temptations because everybody hung out in multimedia when you were in detroit that's why you will go 'cause everybody was there it was like you know we go there and you do you work in. You're gone it was a hanging place man you go to. Everybody would be there. So i'll be around and doing something with music. He's looking at his record. Tishman laps avenue was my brother too and he was willing wrote days arrival but still. He was willing competing. But we were there for each other interior. i can be doing. Solar amendments management temporary. Okay smoke and how it was there man. It was beautiful. There has never been anything like that. Brian and i doubt seriously whether they ever will be again absolutely. I mean you've said that. Marvin gay's what's going on. Is your favorite album of all time and it was number one. We recently did a big poll at rolling stone and it actually just was selected as the best album of all time on that poll. Fantastic do you know what brian because traffic prophecy man. What's going on. And what's he taught what he's talking about in that inet record man is happening. More now than it was been saying prophecy. I would go to marvez how sitting piano. He's writing to solve. What's going on and i just be sitting there with him. Just wait for him to finish that. We could go do some some and he turned to me. Smoke got his writing. This man said yemen is it. I'm just sitting here. Baby is a god. Is writing this album so i believe him because prophecy you in the initial argument over that album when when bury it i was or the song actually berry was opposed to it. He didn't see it coming from marvin all that. Did you take aside initially in that dispute. No no you're not to take sides zone side stubborn. We'll still took guns no matter what so he just you know. He had done the album and he is buried at a discrepancy about it in very thought it was the because marvin was our sex symbol. See mama was sex as he was out sex. Symbol guy you know. And that's how we booked him. We advertised him so he was sex. Symbol guy you know so berry. Thought it was a bad movie to saint something political. You know an roberson no. He's it's time for this man and he stuck to his guns embarrassing. Okay when said. We're gonna put it out in if i'm wrong you come to me and you apologize. I mean i'm commute. i'm apologized. Did you wrong you go to. He's upset okay. So barry had to go to in the bala jets. Now i second that emotion which wrote a couple years later sixty seven. I believe that started. Because i think it was. Cleveland said i second that emotion and conversation and he laughed and said it wasn't that funny and then realize that was the song it was a simple event as simple as that man she like. I said i don't need to be isolated. Made you might say something right. Yeah it's founded about giving credit man but but yeah. We were shopping christmas shopping in a department store and he was getting something for his wife at one of the counters and we were talking with the lady was selling stuff. In whatever was i've got now. And she said something and rather than him saying yo saying second the motion he said oh yes secondary emotion you know so the girl and him emmy laughed a segment mooresville. You know many an emotion we we all laughed about you know and then walking out of the store and i say hey man. That's a hell of idea for salt. So that's why i wrote it now. If you're composing music usually do it on piano right. Yes or just by myself without any music. Marvel once claimed that you could. He said smokey can only play part of the piano do you do you know what he was talking about. He said why not he claimed. I think he was just being. Maybe a moment. He said smoking would be is the greatest. He'd be even better if he could play the entire piano. He only complained part of it. I don't know what he meant by that. does it. s about something you know. That doesn't matter because he's right about that. I'm not. I'm not fluent on. I don't play. Like i wish i could. But they wanted to ride in play well enough to play play something But you know. See maverick really played piano. He has stevie eight they can really played. But i don't really play. But i i can play you know but he was just. Oh my has just talked about me because we did that to each other scott bagging on you know you spoken about the fact and i've seen videos of you dancing early on and you're perfectly good dancer. But that wasn't your favorite part. Yeah see the thing that you said about the induction and then you say. I'm definitely taking you now that we're going to. You would love nothing more but you said the dancing. The choreography was not your favorite part of the whole process. Well no it wasn't. It wasn't my favorite. We had a choreographer it at motown charlie atkins who was part of a vaudeville team. He and the guy who used to run the apollo at one hundred colds have vago deaths echo who goes and atkins and so We went to new york one time when after shop round came out..
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"brian baby" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Well, here we go like this. You will see CR. Oh, yeah, I'd just let it play. If you want to. Brian, Baby, Crank it up. Yeah. This is Raleigh's retirement coach with Brian Makayla. Rollie. I'm gonna let him enjoy the music for a second here, Rollie. Well, solutions died like 9198521215. CCR man, one of the best classic rock bands out there. Love it. We got a story coming up in just a couple of minutes, but another rock band celebrating a birthday and we might play some more music for you just for you, Brian. You know, I got a question for you About a week ago. We didn't want to zoom calls with the family and the happy birthday Zoom call with my uncle. I was talking about my cousin. She's an adult. She's grown. She married job, kids, all that stuff and she was asking about my job and how everything's going and I mentioned that. I'm pretty surprised that people of all ages are asking, you know, retirement questions and they're getting in. All of them retirement. Then she started asking me about retirement. She want to know what she could do or how she gets involved. And I was like, Stop. You're you're asking the wrong person. You need to go call Brian. Go call Makayla. Rolly, don't Don't be asking me these questions. But when I said, Hey, why don't you go set up an appointment with the financial advisor? She got real defensive like I'm too busy with the kids and my job and virtual school in the house is a mess. I just don't have time. So when you run into situations like this Why do you think people are so hesitant to take that first step to make that first call? Well, I think one of the biggest reasons is people are afraid to find out that they may be behind or they're not where they would like to be or where they should be. And sometimes people are a little bit reticent to come in or reluctant to come in because they feel like they don't understand all of this stuff and You know it's going to be a little overwhelming, which sometimes it can be. But look, our goal is to put stuff in English and to take these complex situations and break him down so people can understand. And you know, one of our commitments is that we're going toe, not use legalese and financial lease terms and acronyms. But make sure people understand because That's one things would take a lot of pride in his making sure people understand what they have and then how they're doing and giving him some clarity. But I think sometimes people you fear the unknown and the unknown is maybe there's things that they should have known about, but they don't or that they should have been doing, but they didn't or Worse yet they just they just don't know like, Hey, I'm I in good shape, or am I not in good shape, and if I'm in good shape, That's great. I'll just keep doing what if I'm not? I don't know if I want to know that And I would say, Hey, that's just the opposite. You have if you're doing well, when would you want to know right away. And if you're not doing all the things that you could be doing, when would you want to know? About that Even sooner, you would want to know even sooner because you could fix it. So our goal is And I think sometimes people feel is kind of like going to the confession Booth. You know, I grew up in the north up. I grew up Catholic and, you know, I used to have to go to confession all the time. Tell them all your sin and stuff like that. You don't have to do that when you come here, So there's no confession doing personal. We just don't like personal exactly. But you know, our goal is Look, we can't we can't undo the past away. They would just move forward, and that's something. We especially have conversations with people about our business owners. When it comes to tax planning like guy started. I wish I would've met you guys 10 years ago. I've paid an extra $500,000 in taxes. I didn't have to pay. That's okay. You're here. Now, let's fix it and let's make you better going forward. It's the same thing on the retirement planning. Look, you're doing great. We're just gonna make it better. Little, you know, Fine tuning gives some give you some some pointers here on how to fix this this and if we're a good fit, we'll let you know what if we're not? We'll let you know that too. But at least you're going to get some really good information on where you're currently at. And if you if you're you know where you need to be in terms of track and for your retirement and all the goals that you have, and if it's you know, stacking up to be everything you imagined it to be. But when you like to know that sooner rather than later, so so you could fix it and maybe get on track. But the first thing I'd do is make the call, and I think that's what you'll get a little nervous. They're too scared to make that call. But the call cost absolutely nothing just to give me a call and just say, Hey, I could just use a second set of eyes 9198521215 or Rollie Wealth solutions dot com to go navigate the Web site. I think that's where her concern was, is that she was just nervous about making that call, But we're gonna make it easy for you. But the first thing I'd do is just pick up the phone and said that appointment. I want to talk about our undies for a second, because sure, you know, as we know, armed these they'll be back this year, and the age requirement has been extended from 70.5 to the new age of 72. Now, Morningstar's Maria Bruno says. Even if you not yet 72. You might want to at least consider taking some withdrawals anyway. A lot of individuals they're sitting on large deferred balances. And while there is a benefit to not touching those tax deferred to assets, some individuals given the size of their ire, A.
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"So you wanted biting. The win is what you're saying you wanted biting the win. Is that? What is that? What you say? Wait for sleepy Joe police and buying Well, you know. So you fight you voted for Biden. Thomas. Why? Because my step point beliefs and socks and my wife is a big fat sleeping pin. All right, we're gonna go ahead and let's I think that might have been Baba Booey from the Howard Stern Show. Baba Booey Baba Booey. Okay, let's get right back to business. That was some good entertainment, and we need that once in a while when you left. All right, so let's jump over to Christopher Christopher Europe Next. Welcome to the show. Hey, Steve, How are you tonight? I'm good. Thank you. Where I have a couple questions and I'm a couple of points. I want to make sure you say that Pence isn't about Christian and that principled man. Well, that's what they say. Okay, well, what I'm saying. I'm saying, Let me make sure you understand. I'm saying exactly what representative Babe in, said. Brian Baby, the Texas You know what? I love your show because you could talk to you like a regular person. Okay. Thank you for saying that. Is that making an honorable man? No, of course not. I know a lot of Christians that'll rip you off and tell you they're doing it for the Lord. Thank you. I'll call another night about something to do with that. So when pass gets to do whatever he possibly can do. He knows absolutely what's going on if he doesn't do something. You saved this country from We'll get to that in a second. If he doesn't do something, he's not a principled man. He's not an honorable man. He's just He's just a human being that is serving himself. As I will say Ted Cruz is just posturing for the next election. With.