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Science and Journalism, with Christiane Amanpour

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Science and Journalism, with Christiane Amanpour

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We've got hundreds of episodes of star talk so there are many episodes on every topic you can imagine again search for your favorite category what episode of Star Talk Are you going to listen to next well we can help narrow down your choices go to star Talk Radio Dot net and search for any topic around what we're doing but then you put people's humanity into it and you people's emotions and you put the real stories of what individuals are going through in these major chaotic disruptive event and whether it's being a war correspondent in the midst of all sorts of other people's chaos and violence and Jumping all the way forward the fact and the evidence and the science is especially important today when everything that we see and stories you're telling in these reports that you are you know being able to broadcast and communicate and that's what makes the whole you think that if you understand maths and science and and you understand the order of that kind of scientific endeavour it's sort of helps if learning math and science might have influenced her approach as a journalist with check it out I'm a quite an ordered person and graphs Heison your personal astrophysicists and tonight we're featuring my interview with celebrated international news correspondent Christiane Onboard Order Disruption whether it's in today's political environment which is chaotic and disruptive I I crave order and I think science home for more than thirty years a lot of conflict Christiane stop by my office recently and I asked her from an Eugene Frank Living Middle Child gene on the animated series Bob's Burgers and comedy central been doing that from the get-go visiting professor on First Amendment Issues at Columbia University a you also a contributor to the Times magazine and PBS frontline also learned to do along the way is do that thing where you mix humanity with science because it's not just facts it's also it is that's the that's the you know the construct oh I think I need order to situate myself in the world of chaos and somehow I found myself in whether it's in my own particular life of living through an Iranian revolution I mean that was my first to an extent anyway the way I interpreted is quite orderly there are formulas there are procedures there's evidence as fact and again for me asthma from conflict zones yes honest on Iraq and elsewhere so how do you make order out of that kind of chaos what does order hospital and I would think that's what any journalist should do but I don't think they do when you say you learn the language meaning I try my best to learn as much as possible I mean I studied abroad when I was young I when I moved to Pakistan I even though I grew up speaking or do I hired a tutor to make sure that I was learning I knew how to say oil rig or whatever Oh yes so the thanks for coming back also joining us for this topic we got investigative journalists Azmat Khan we're in touch and feel is in question I mean people want to question the color of the sky so evidence has always been something incredibly important for me but I hope Brooke the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and be mad all of space and start on on poor she's the chief international anchor for CNN and she's host of I'm on poorer and company on pbs she's covered news and conflict around the world you start to see that order and you start to distill the facts and information you're learning in a way that can really resonate with public she'll do you agree that ask your bizarre thing I wasn't maybe used to saying or knowing or wouldn't understand otherwise so that would make others who you talk to more comfortable around you it makes it much better to you does I think it's about getting local so even before I hit the ground I try to learn as much as I can about a place it's context it's history the language you're more also aware of your surroundings you're not necessarily always relying on a translator which which is okay but you try to do as much as you can to get local and in that of science or its methods and tools or at least the principles can help bring order to that world absolutely in fact most investigative reporters rely on similar scientific method inquiry so gene you signed springs order well it does everything but your desk Neil yes that is people as a whole in any kind of democratic society but that said questioning when it's genuine right when it's an effort to Dagi's even if we may be coat them in a narrative or a story or use something that might be a little bit more accessible to the public but we're relying on similar learned the truth whatever that truth might be very different from setting out on a journey in which you already know where you want to end right there's a difference between curiosity and the whole universe I'm your host brings humanity to the facts so how would you do that as an investigative journalist often narrative right so I'll have that's what I know where everything is in that desk so just looks like it's disorder to you yet is order to me I don't believe you the facts in front of you is that what most people in the world do I think we're increasingly living in a world of confirmation bias of Echo Chamber in which for following people we agree with we're paying attention to new sources we agree with it's an incredible danger so Christiane says that that good journalism is not just the facts you have the truth and whatever else is going out there doesn't matter you will stitch together whatever thread so that it agrees with you when you have an end in mind and you're not really looking at arrive on location you have a context in which you have a substrate in which you can embed the facts always looking for drivers of that observing them remembering them recording them repeating them and I just that's what I liked that's natural to me that's well here's my question let's get back to the first amendment has several things the journalists can do their thing free speech because I don't believe that's what journalists should be journalist should be based in the fact based world the scientific world so to speak the evidence based world and I have and an idiot logically driven one is genuine curiosity to find an actual truth another one is disregard for what is true because you think you you people want just the facts I have to work very hard to fit those facts into a narrative that people will read the WanNa flip through that they'll get to that section that might be the very small minority was able to have an oversize effect on public consciousness on on politics on on all the goes around climate change and I was just listening just recently to this tragedy of how you know more than fifty years ago we could have arrested climate change we could have started and risk of me thinking you are putting too much emotional layering onto it and I was just give me the facts is what's the risk of that I asked Christiane how she deals with finding facts in any situation the check it out you're confronted with People Nyas decided to muddy the waters look where we are today we know faulk spent my career not as a pundit or as an opinion maker or as an anchor but as a correspondent in the field so I had to come back with the minute details big data finding about schools in Afghanistan the US funded and weather how many of them actually exists today or whatever it might be but you have to get them to get into character they have to got a grip on it if the great NASA scientists James Hansen and the others who are working in warning at the time had been believed instead of had a group of professionals I many many other things I mean let's say the idea of climate change and all those things which we're living through right now for me is very frustrating to see because I've also because of science never errative that fit what the facts show you maybe more people would believe in climate change that it was real and man made if we gave them a list of people who are going to drown from it Oh to find people who come alive on that page or in that film so it's not just gathering the facts you now have because of the homework you do before you drawn a factual falls factual equivalence between things so I've never been the kind who believes that there's ever been this on the one hand on the other hand about science because somebody else finds a thread that agrees with someone's bias and rather than have the evidence matter and so what how do you that might resonate with them so depending on who the sort of your to look at the demographics of deniers and to understand maybe some of the communities they I'm from right and you're looking at a climate challenge or looking at whether it's a weather phenomenon or something else in some kind of a problem whether that's a flood or something else inch that doesn't necessarily completely veer them away from what you're doing because it rings of what they associate with people who are climate S. respectful of the Fox as science becomes less and less of respected and adhered to as people as I say tried to question the color of the sky ooh how do we resolve this not only as a consumer of journalism but journalists themselves how do you address the fact that there are other journalists present in research and psychology that a person is more likely to be swayed or taken in by a story that resonates with your preexisting bias so you do something legit I'm really based in fact and that I think has what is what is stood in quite good stead as our environment becomes less than I'm trying to put disinformation about climate change as an example so in this case I think that it often comes down to finding characters that they might was there deniers but they are very small minority of the scientific community and I've always been staggered by how that well I'm not GonNa Speculate Sarah but it's thirty two point two percent likely here's a graph showing a correlation in the decrease of Russian missile attacks and an increase the secret Russian Missile Attack Agency tells me that this whole thing is just a big misunderstanding and that we should absolutely not worry about our seven most populated cities I see do you have any other experts we can consult on this very urgent matter I do. Let's go to Natalia Reagan Natalia you're primatology just so what can you tell us about ballistic missile launch trajectories. I study monkeys thank you Natalia Natalia clearly confirming that there will I missile would burn up in the atmosphere because mercury is in retrograde that is reassuring Brian Oh isn't saying this guy is not blue free speech so why should anyone care it's free speech and of course curiosity is one of the greatest traits not just journalists but of and disinformation and people as well but journalists and people journalists journalists and journalists people looking at these deniers now the question is how do you get people to pay attention to that and that's really where narrative and good storytelling come into play too who are making news important people and some of them are just completely clueless well I try not to be judgy art with the very first thing she said we're hearing reports of no source no effort to try to verify that she tosses it off to the reporter in a science series that I knew something about called Cosmos Space Time Odyssey so I asked her about in graph on TV. Where are you getting these numbers from Brian we got most of our numbers from India sometime around the fifth century but my anonymous source fled Casper and really telling a story well about what happened to an individual person and that that is one way to do it another to speak in their terms right US antidote to bad journalism basically so Eugene Yeah have you seen bad journalism out there I've I've seen it and I thought I'd actually created asked Oh not be a missile launch some activity going on here but what it is we won't be able to determine for some time but no need for alarm as any eighty in place understand how they put out that disinformation the PBS series frontline did a great film called climate of denial that did just that offended they had no expertise in the subject then manipulated her words to fit his narrative contradicted what was behind him it could go on and on and on the source of proceeds to show US graphs in which he confuses correlation and causation and then went on to consult a an expert who a human being was actually walking on the moon and planting a flag and and that whole you know one small step one giant leap? I've never for expert in to watch this flip of bad journalism she can see in this clip breaking news this just in we're hearing courts that Russia is planning on launching a missile at the United States. We go to Brian Finger bottom on the scene Ryan how likely is Russia to fall through with these attacks Gordon it I've never forgotten that moment ever ever ever and it is still you know it gives my machination these flights of fancy so Christiane Amanpour all she's known for her journalistic integrity and she also voiced the character of an head Doina almost tears to my eyes to imagine that humankind was able to break those barriers and breach those frontiers and and somebody do remember my mother and my grandfather waking me up sitting me down beside the television black and white to watch that and I remember even today her her interest in science and we're that Wish you might trace those origins because it I just like knowing because I'm a science geek and well up next we will discuss the risks of reporting from wars when starts off are science experts answered them how do you submit a query follows star talk on facebook twitter instagram and Youtube and look out for calls for excuse me let's do this coast tonight comedian Eugene the reporter who in this case as immediately says he doesn't want to speculate proceeds to very specific statistic that he does not agents from our patrons thanks for being the best and most curious fans in the universe greenspace abusive how to get in and to be able to communicate I think journalists in that case should actually be should actually be doing doing stories on climate deniers they should actually try to investigate the lab was when I was woken up at the crack of I don't even really remember what time it was because I was in England and Neil Armstrong was on the moon I can't remember what time GMT that was but in his view on news and independent journalism but going into the field is something that we understand comes with a very profound danger and unreas- based around the specific topic we post a call for questions every time we need them for a new episode you can also submit a question at anytime at star the journal Yes because there are a lot of us and I tell you one thing she was a pride in the line of duty indeed and hearing the president of the United States call us fake news enables one of our most popular segments on star talk as cosmic queries you ask the questions and Neil and talk radio dot net slash queries if you want a better chance of getting your question asked you can support star talk on patriotic we prioritize it is not to put words in your mouth are you suggesting that in the case of disinformation people you should study them the way you would study any other culture and and all the rest of it no longer we just caught in the crossfire now we are deliberately targeted so that's very dangerous range and that's why uh-huh featuring my interview with longtime war correspondent Christiane Amanpour and I asked her about the dangers of reporting so serious and and attached to the mandate which is to seek the truth and to the facts because we put our lives at risk and on the line in order to go there which is why then hate being called the as those malevolent actors out there who want to kill us and who want to shut down the messenger to do precisely that that's why I'm so upset about the president food incredibly inspirational reality of people even at war who can manage somehow maybe their family members may be there there's a little bitty Guiquan somebody I want to get to the bottom of it tried to right here check it out one of my earliest heroes without really understanding what a hero was at that time they're wars are dreaming and thinking about the possibility of how to one day again live together I find that war auto somehow managed to understand the story of the other two still want to build the bridges to not want to live in endless conflict and who even throughout the worst worst me of the people because we actually serving the people those people who cannot get up for whatever reason of their own free will and accord to go more more danger more and more sophisticated danger more and more sophisticated in brutal ways of of doing away with us as we've seen Isis you know with the with the throat well okay joining us now to discuss reporting from war zones is conflict from the frontlines check it out go in the middle of war zones what is how how much are you risking your life your health your every willing to hear and absorb the story of the other you must have some kind of sympathy and empathy otherwise all about you it's a zero sum game training for journalists around the world and you have a recent book about conflict call not friends but the mountains and subtitled dispatches from the world's violent journalism expert Judith Matt Rav Judah Welcome Star Talk Your Professor at Columbia School Graduate School of Journalism and you developed safety my head down to Earth you're listening to start the everything all of those things are at risk but we do it knowingly most of us know what we're putting ourselves on the line for I went to the news museum in DC and there's a whole memorial to One of the flip sides tool this violence and conflict and war is that I have seen shines through and this is what keeps me going the indomitable nature of the human only way to do it because if you just guess and pool sort of threads from the atmosphere I mean I know artists and others you know the creativity that's not me we find it so important and if you're not going out there to be serious don't go out there because it could cost you your life and so that's why I'm so one major thing which is very different is the the rise of freelancers because as matron news organizations have either collapsed or they've contracted and oftentimes they do it on SPEC which means that they're pushing the boundaries of safety they will go into very dangerous situation and a news organization will say the jury now tasked with listening what was wrong with the journalism in that report. I don't think we'd have enough time to do my best it's well let's title I understand why it exists yeah so that's one major difference another major one is the rise of digital and the landscape shifted from covering the war in Vietnam which we also well I'm old enough to remember seeing on TV two German foreign reporting bureaus more freelancers have filled the vacuum and it's very very dangerous for them because they don't have the institutional backing forces you if you have half a brain Hoffa hard to really focus on the story of the other and that's what we don't get enough of today's politics you must be highlands so you you train journalistic safety is that it's just so so how has for moment there I thought I wanted to be the first woman to walk on the Moon but of course that never happened because it just didn't obviously But I really did I win you lose that's not a negotiation that's not a speaker piece it's a recipe for continued conflict enlist in Syria today and are those risks the same are they different well I think there is some very big differences I mean the big risk he might be killed or you might be arrested or you might be tortured or you might be maimed or you might be blowing up in a landmine those are still there though through the constance freelances not someone who's a rogue journalistic element there's someone who sells you their stories because they went someplace that your bureau didn't send anybody right over the last two almost three years now I've been visiting the sites of air strikes in Iraq and for a particular New York Times magazine investigation I went to the sites vile communications because this puts us in much more dangerous situations because it increases the surveillance of ourselves even over movements people can find out what they know where you are oftentimes and where you're offering if someone has to view you as some kind of an enemy rather than as someone who could tell their story right like our President Karol thirty one times higher than what the US government claims and it's likely an undercurrent for many reasons he did you fear for your life whereas this post okay make it more real trying and that's thanks for these hopeful points and that's what we're missing right one hundred and three airstrikes in three areas formerly held by Isis just to understand who was dying in them and what I found was that attacks and so you're there rummaging in the rubble with others I mean I often am afraid while I'm doing my reporting and I actually think that being fearful is right so so you reported recently unwarranted Isis in are we are at a given time and rogue elements or or governments for instance the Russian government or the Chinese government you wherever the war zones with is is we are there is is and we performed that vital function I think but I do also think that come back and show me what you have so they will take incredible risks together that story compensated risks at the time they take the risk exactly exactly and it's a terrible business military claims when it puts out when it puts out its statistics about its airstrikes being the most precise in the history of area warfare thirty one civilians were dying at a rate at least in these areas which is likely and undercounted civilian death at a rate that's thirty one times higher than what the US up show and start talk radio dot net skip the commercials support star talk on patriotic to listen to every episode commercial free and the American Museum of Natural Act both in Iraq and in Syria what precisely where you investigating and looking at civilians who were dying in US led coalition airstrikes and so feeling that grips me But I can I can think of moments where I where I did fear there was an area that was recently retaken from Isis and what can help keep me safe to always feel that way at different moments makes me more observant to die yes no it's a it's a stronger yes so I'm assuming people shoot from the top and no one ever tries to go for the face so that's nice sell drugs from Virginia asks how much protection does a bulletproof vest and helmet actually give you go it's still wasn't wasn't sure how safe it would be I made these plans and I was terrified this was a place that had been played such a historic Komo Slim Republic of Russia the biggest risk at that point was being rescued by the government so I had to think about how I was going to avoid that the question about the science of reporting from the frontlines so I've got the two of you here to help us answer these questions because I'll be helpless in this and that's where the surveillance comes in now being arrested I was arrested so I didn't risk analysis okay Jay Jay z one one two asks what precautions do you take for cell phone use then another big risk at that time the stream this were blowing up establishments that sold alcohol so you look at the risks and you try and you work backwards from the worst case scenario and try to mitigate that risk slow let's say your biggest risk is what happened to me in Dagestan in take any I don't want to give too much information because I don't want my secrets to be given up here curve you would encrypt your communications the rise of Isis and honestly it was the easiest trip I'd taken in all of my reporting in Iraq it wound up I just flew through check I have no idea why but I think the more fearful you work backwards another thing you do is you try to figure out what your escape routes are going to be you try not to go to one place where there's only one way to get out and I've always wondered about that well I can show you gotta help I brought it with me remind like yoga instructing in the war zone Smith you speak to many people's you can who've been there who or who are looking at the situation and you identify what the biggest dangerous are and protect against certain weaponry and others not you know it's heavy you have to actually trained to walk and run in those but I have had friends that have died with a helmet because social media I mean you can actually do quite a logs. Investigative work at a distance drones command central drones anywhere in the world and you put them in and they become your eyes and ears as journalists well call him satellite we'll put him in space right here in New York City we're featuring my interview with international news correspondent Christiane Amanpour and I asked about some of the cultural the challenges that she faced around the world is check it out we know they're men out there especially men you can also do long distance reporting for instance there were quite a lot of revelations about Russian troops being Ukraine that were what's done purely off we're going to do it I'll give you a perfect example Afghanistan at the beginning of the Taliban so there is nothing more patriarchal and religious and thank you for joining us tonight up next Christiane and often times the more precautions and preparation I do so judy what can I do to handle these kinds of situations well first of all you can really just to protect against debris rather than a blatant bullets as well and the flak jackets have different degrees of strengths and some of them were wise woman interviewing me I need a man who who I don't care what our credentials are she's a woman you know their cultures with this is the attitude protect you from a lot so your alternatives just not go at all as you said earlier to stay home learns about anything or you go I wanna be interviewed because they don't believe in television remember they don't believe in television and certainly they didn't believe in a woman engaging with them but I convinced them I convinced the right way to risk assessment was accurate I'd risk assessments accurate the step side took didn't necessarily mitigate it but I did migrate says face but on the vase of plastic flowers on the glass table that was at his at his knees so we did that there so how do you get through that by not taking that nonsense and not dealing with it you know just like excuse me what now I'm the interviewer Loyd them sure but that's not our top on your preparation beforehand you to your research so you do what we call a risk four shares how she convinced a member of the Taliban to sit down for an interview when star talk returns absolutely I mean I've interviewed warlords clerics Mullah's people who were isis but I didn't realize at the time until I did a little bit more digging have you experienced what she described with the Taliban I mean with Anybody Yes oh come on your face is exposed so what does this is heavy but once the hey this is really heavy so heavy did this interview was that you know here I was but the camera was was they. They insisted that the camera be focused not on the gentleman for the unscientific evolution of this person's brain and who did not want to have anything to do with my gender all the technology that is television well we get the interview no matter what it takes now I mean your safety comes first I do believe that not taking no answer has been critical to a lot of my work so I never understood okay so this protect your vital it protects us face which I count as a Vinyl Oregon so is this it's not too many in Dagestan note to south that's true right now it's time for cosmic queries pastor who run stuff in other cultures occasionally in our culture but especially in other cultures where as a bullet slightly freaky but will it went up there and I have had friends who've died because evil it's winning the side they're not they won't protect every part of your body but obviously I've been doing this in their backyard yeah basically and I like it I like the Rep that I've been doing this since the first Gulf War is this leader in this particular town where they're just stormed up from Pakistan and we're beginning to take over Afghanistan this is nine hundred ninety six and so how we negotiate but of course I mean if you're a safety is at at risk that's when you may have to let go so Christiane she's famous for scoring skin burner phone or something from that you away or you would limit your cell communications an little wax out than the todd on when it comes to women because of their interpretation of religion they decided that they did the to was verboten for the todd about a surreal. Yeah Yeah and I had to against right I was a woman and I was a television journalist but we got it as a moment on the journalism timeline it was a game changer for people to be able to watch war unfold in real time news that nobody else can get to ask her what her secret is check it out I think the secret is authenticity and they know me and to come from an authority that was first at the scene before your government before others before intelligence agencies the Vietnam coverage it wasn't in real time actually have more access to what's happening on the ground than we ever have in the past well up next we discussed how technology shapes Game-changer to the sort of contemporary instance in which people are sharing via smartphones as bombs were dropping in Syria in real time on and then the plan the back door Yeah Plan B. Plan B. State places with speakeasy he's got it right yeah this is start welcome back talk even natural history thus bringing space inside down to Earth you're listening to start mm-hmm can you reflect on the importance of CNN's presence in the first Gulf War -nology has been across all that time to check it out technology is fundamental from the very beginning where we used to go out with these massive against him started and CNN real that's right really that's right made a president yeah sort of exploded into the American living room but also we saw the footage but it was delayed and so that's that's an important difference that you're saying absolutely there is an urgency to it I would almost liken it to the way in which in terms of being news icon Christiane Amanpour Christiane has covered events around the world since the nineteen eighties and I asked how important landscape of news star talk it is and again it was the first there was no aljazeera there was no BBC World Television there was no Fox News there was NO MSNBC there was CNN period industry chest and to stay with something that we need to do we call solve all these dreadful issues or really understand what's going on whether it's politics or whether it's what is allowed us to keep broadcasting in from ever further distances where you can tell stories now from places that you could never get to before dray violations of international law and order you can't do it unless you ready to to think in complex ways to think that that you can spend that you don't have time to digest social media because it's all just upsetting loops regular news is fine it's a little upsetting the next generation they've only ever known smartphones so they don't think it's going to pass and then we broadened the shot to see his hands and things like that but it became a very memorable interview very memorable because of the complete weirdness of are allegations of police abuse that we have today if it were not for ordinary citizens are using their phones to share that information quickly at the same time hi trying to work it out smartphones or feeding us too much news social media we don't even know really who these people are but there's corners of outraged as professional destroyers on social media yes Christiane about the rise of social media as a force journalism this check it out suddenly the dialogue has been taken over by this thing a second and it's very easy to lose the big picture to understand these systems and these long term structures that underlie fundamental problems of our society and Jon Ward thanks guys for helping us make our truck through the cosmos and if you would like to get a Patriot shout good patriotic dot com and support the world is West. CNN truly went global the president at the time say ask well how did you learn I saw plenty of of ads coach it all these of all the evils and horrible things that go on in the world but on the other side I think also technology has had a limiting impact in that hey we'd like to give a patriotic shoutout to the following patriotic patrons Francois Fraser Dan Goatee has its weaknesses in so many ways like the smartphone technology I mentioned earlier we're getting pictures and portraits from the ground I don't think we would have the lens on police violence of cases you know twenty thirty cases full of huge satellite equipment of course it all collapsed and go smaller and smaller more mobile manageable so it is there's a worried me that maybe parts of the world things were happening either good or bad and no one knew about it yes you couldn't get a journalist and shoes so I think in there are people who you know shutdown debate or exacerbate debate so you know for every good aspect of social media they're probably about maybe ten on way we have managed to have an impact on the world because as we say in this sort of Cliche we've shown the light into the dark corners oxygen is the antiseptic right then negative ten to one that's bad so do you think well but does that mean everyone with social media everyone has a video camera does that dilute the potency of a professional journalist in a way yes but in a way no in a way yes because of the Asian understanding that we stand between you know them in the deluge essentially are a vital pillar of civil society and I'm not being arrogant about it up next I asked journalist Christiane Horror House she would have handled an interview with Adolf Hitler when Star Talk Returns First and foremost we are not megaphones we're not platforms and we don't give free advertising to anybody we're not anybody it's made things come at you so fast and at such speed and so quickly in the cycle news on Amazon that's good yeah speed yet hopefully who understand the complexity who don't reduce everything to simple lowest common denominator and it is absolutely up to us to understand what think I observe right now in this era that we live in of maximum political dysfunction of populism of partisanship of poisonous truism tried press should present the atrocities of war for example how would she have handled an interview with Adolf Hitler check it out Korea is essentially became the nineteen ninety-one ninety-two ninety-one Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait in one thousand nine thousand nine hundred ninety one the ward life we are now living in a world in which there echo chambers which you're bombarded with pieces of information every minute nature of everybody having something it makes it less special and less unique but on the other hand on the other hand people tins ethnically cleansing and committing human rights abuses violating international humanitarian law genocide against the what's your take on news being shaped by technology so it has its strengths ECZEMA petrol history right here in New York City we're pitching my interview with international news correspondent Christiane Amanpour and I asked how the that is what makes democracy the difference between democracy and dictatorship is the difference between truth and lies the difference between a free and independent press and propaganda machine they don't know that there yeah but they're all upset there was just the thing today that all people under some major all upset anxious ninety percent of millennials are anxious so maybe they kind of you just another point of view in fact I was criticized very heavily by many of my colleagues during the Bosnia war that was my Muslims in order to pursue that political agenda and their territorial cleansing they wanted to get the territory and they they signal career making coverage covering the Bosnia war Bosnia Miami in the nausea was was what racked Europe apart equal but opposite point of view I never ever drew a false moral equivalence but it was only when I was criticized for taking sides that I in this is start starts off from the American we are engaged in if something of that horror and of that evil is sitting in front of anyone of us we have to know what we're dealing with is deter correct I told the truth in this war which was that I never said the the each had

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Let's see I got stuff to <hes> complain about then we got so much to do with our games and whatnot <hes> first thing <hes> here in the news. I'm I'm interested in watching in our society sort of slowly. Come undone now you guys can categorize the fire department having difficulty getting the fire hydrants because to homeless or using them to shower and a homeless encampment encampments in the hills are causing fires and you can take that water related activity and you may separate it from Folks Dumping Buckets of water on police officers serves who are standing on the corner hurling and there's dumping and then there's throwing the bucket the one that disgusts me the most and as much as I like to think of women as equals it's called the latest this one was to police female police officer standing on the corner with Fellas Dumping Buckets of water on them in their community trying to wait now you can look at us as two separate water related issues but not this podcast it all falls under the same umbrella a lot of fucking rule of law. No Dad's no discipline no unwilling to govern when the fucking mayor and the D._A.. And the governor becomes your best friend instead of the principal. It's it comes undone done. This is what's going on. It's coming undone. It comes undone in societies where there's the least dad's in the lease governing going on again. Your Dad's supposed to be your dad. It can be see your friend but he's Your Dad for a nice dad and the mayor can be nice but it's got to lay down the rule law. I what is the government but your dad yes ultimately telling you what to do. Yes this can't this big besties this race to see who's the softest most cuddly and who who knows who knows who's got arms extended the most to hug it out with everyone who doesn't have a home or needs this or once that sadly doesn't work yeah and what would happen to the actual kid whose dad was like that the kids teeth would be falling hauling out. He wouldn't know how to re stream at everybody yeah yes. It's all part of the big picture of discipline is not a bad thing disciplined pointed in the wrong direction. Action is a bad thing when there's a police lineup sleeping right now when there's a police lineup and you pull the wrong guy out of police lineup and you lock them up that's bad but pulling the right sky out and fucking disciplining that person is not a bad thing this notion of Lang's we've all agreed to. There's all these people in prison. We got to let them out. What are they doing in prison like well? I'll tell you what you're doing prison. They did bad things and now they're in prison. They weren't born morning prison. The vast vast majority earn their way in yes and we caught him for the one thing. God knows what they were doing that led up to the one thing we need to steer it a little further. We need to get a little more toward law and order and a little last toward everyone is equal. Everyone has a right to know what I mean right to sleep on the street and bathe in the street BIVOUAC and the hills of Hollywood just <hes> dumping buckets of water on cops and the cops clear out. I mean we'll rosen the greatest. The greatest is for the greatest is to criminals because once the COPS head out of the neighborhood then the criminals really get to do whatever they want unfettered <hes> all right so we got that I I'm telling you sadly it would be nice if people bill could grow up in a family without a dance still have all the discipline and still respect authority and still all that stuff that dad's instill would be awesome but it doesn't seem to work out that way statistical eleven point of this point. There's a very depressing instagram account that I don't know if you're aware of them called street people of Los Angeles a lot with this is just documented and it tells you if it's in Hollywood or even San Pedro or Long Beach or Echo Parker all over L._A.. And it's a very disturbing and I just I texted Chris the latest post this is the latest post also Muslim fudge strict. It is a hypodermic needle sticking a pile of human poop. Boy so that's L. A.. Everybody should be on her Olympic flag when we hosted yeah next to the bears all right it's breaking down. Every Olympic has has a mascot weird like mascots different. Yes I'm Angelina. We Jesus Christ. It's we have so many soft ass pussies running the fucking government now. It's breaking down. Sorry not a popularity contest. GotTa make rules got enforce rules. Sorry everybody body. That's it but there are ways to do this. Where you don't end up in jail or you don't end up on the street? There's ways to avoid this and there are arbitrary rules enforcing these rules. We've all agreed too long ago and you know what I mean. We're in place place and we're seemed to work pretty well for long periods of time the number one thing is the way we look at cops and this is what pisses me off. This is a this. There's been a movement led <unk> by black lives matter but everyone else politicians are to blame looking at copses bullies and the enemy and everything else look. We're dumping buckets of water on these guys and gals while they're trying to do the job their job. This didn't just start this Chris perpetuated this is this is not the black lives matter black lives matter people are fine. They're misguided their statistically kaput sorry for using a foul language the wrongs statistically now what's going on is all the news outlets get behind them and then they get invited to the White House. That's the problem the them having a miss fucking guided premise fine that's fine. That's their premise. That's there's it's wrong but it's there's embracing embracing it turning into something and then turning the cops and the bad guys is a bad plan for society. Look around you. Tell me how it's going well. There is a on twitter today. It was exactly as you predicted many days days ago yesterday. We talked about it all the time. How cops don't want to get out of the car now? Because what's the point. I guess there's like a whole dumping buckets of water thing now ruling on and I wish I had it up. I don't I'm sorry viral traits. It's like in the post is how look at there's how disgusting they're assaulting. This poor woman and the police won't even roll down their windows so it's this woman <hes> in. I think it's all taking place in Harlem. I'm not sure knocking on the police squad window. All these guys are all laughing. They're dumping buckets of water on each other that dumping buckets of water unhurt running around and as you as you predicted the cops won't get out of the car well because there's going to be the point. You're going to get water. They're going to get buckets dumped on them. What's the best case scenario the sort of you know? They can't really can't fight right-back and there you have it all right. Thanks politicians. Sorry we need a little law and order. I don't give a fuck whether you're right or left. We need some law and order and what's going on in New York is non law and order. They don't have representatives that are in they have declared they have decided that cops were the problem that is a fucking issue. Idiots and I know it's good it gets you votes and makes people like you but as a great Dave Damasec would say tell what like where does it end. What what is the end cops? Don't get out of car cops. Do you guys want to live in that society cars you helping the people who are in those bad neighborhoods when when things are just fucking lawless and people are wilding by the way the Easter wild and swimming pool now they've taken the mountain to Mohammed the chicken the water out of the swimming pool and the bringing into the fucking neighborhood hard time getting these cops door pools. What is what I'm listening Jesus Christ good news for Home Depot this five games all right cop? Dumping Buckets used to be paint right now. I'm going to put myself in a better mood with some hot partridge family too long so I study <hes> the Partridge family on weekends and I studied the trends because we're coming up on the trends at Trent French red hot button trends fresh hot right right right from fifty off the stove. I like to see what was going on. Now that we're coming up on fifty years old what the stories were with the cries where what the topics six were and as we have played a lot of equal rights stuff and women's rights and rights and this and that the same shit you hear now a slightly modified version with different hairstyles and <hes> bell-bottoms. It's the exact same shit was being said fifty years ago this one was interesting this episode because the Partridge family was booked to play a women's rights organization called power like power or or women or something like that and good acronym and they were there to help the 'cause they're there to help. The cause and last minute Keith was backstage. You know putting the Mike's up on the Mike stand whatever in the leader from the organization group who has also so when Keith Partridge was dating interested in at the last minute said Hey I don't want you play in your songs play our our songs and then key started talking about not being censored and we're talking about the group eating itself like one minute. You're playing a free concert for this organization and you're down with the 'cause ause the next minute. You're part of the problem because you're not woke enough. This is fifty years ago. Max Pattern got keith backstage. You had a bad date with her the night before now he's stealing. I always love lasts. I love it any Sitcom when they're doing things they never done before like when Ruben smoking a cigarette knack one and then it becomes about him quitting cigarettes but we've never seen crashing. I've seen a thousand these episodes. I've never seen Keith backstage during busy work with the my curtain open and he's front and center but he's backstage alone setting up the microphones and she wants to talk to him and he talks about censorship getting quite a crowd yeah. I know you're greeted by a bunch of came in Kinda mad at you. You were pretty rude to me last night. I didn't mean to be there's only training is an equal these songs. You're going to sing. What's wrong with them? These lyrics anti woman I love you just something something men say to appease women. I'm sorry that you can't sing these songs look. This is a women's Liberation Songbook. Wait a minute you like their songs well enough to put our names on that poster. I didn't I know what you're going to sing last week Latino. You're working for a cause and that's great but nobody nobody censors material. Censorship is not the path to equal rights rally. You'll think our songs are asking you can't listen to anyone's viewpoint but at your own years to me not only can I say but I should have said it sooner. You can take your song booking index we quit with their censorship is not the pathway to equal rights it through a sticking it to the doctor Stran- Sitcom material. This is almost fifty years ago God. That's so interesting which I get again. We're just human beings and we repeat but here's my whole point you want me to listen this time around. I'm not listening. I didn't listen to fucking. I almost got fooled into listening the first time around fool me never that's right. That's right nineteen seventy. I mean we're literally coming up on fifty two years of like you've joined our cause now. Here's the official playbook you gotta read from this Laibach. Yeah that was pretty crazy also Roxie misplaced times. I love you what they would do. You realize the state they must have just had like some potential Hamadeh and they'd be like give it a little shop in twenty five seconds touch here. He just said he put his cat down big CAFA yeah the cat while the cat had feline AIDS Murph put a little lower cat so my cat had feline AIDS and and <hes> had had to put it down took it to the vet turn out. The guy wasn't veterinarians veteran of the Korean conflict. I just had some muddle muddle turtle modeled laugh. Yeah I got a cat scan. They found a tumor. The thought that okay trade take yeah when got a cat scan they found a tumor yeah turned out it was benign. It was mine fine but it was all right. That's lunch. We've little there's no live audience. Somebody's suspect they're going into little filling out there another location Haitian they're outside. They're on a stage like the illusion of the studio. Audience is completely broken at this point all right wait a minute matches found out his cat actually has feline AIDS. WHOA hold on? I know there's true. I heard you doing that joke. I was like this can't be happening right now. Hold on hold on laughed so it works. I know that Kit don't Care Knight Rider. The car died of Hick Healer AIDS different but I didn't know there was feline AIDS. Neither did I but it's a thing. When did you find that out about? Oh maybe two weeks ago maybe just within the last month or South Jesus yeah first off. He didn't share with me right now. That was never expressed. Secondly thank you. You're very welcome. I thought not to burden you with it. Until this moment got enough burden wait so many questions how do they can't get feeling AIDS. It gets feline AIDS from getting into like a cat fight with another cat and back in the day before we had this cat. He was like a street cat. How turning tricks hypodermic needles so blow your personal cable here? It does say the good news <hes> they can live long and healthy life with Feline AIDS met so I hope well he's actually an older cat and they found out that he has lived his entire life with it yeah but they're going to boycott the All Star game if he wants to play Wow oh yeah we actually talked about it on. <hes> Chris podcast gas the water cooler and we had a fan. His name is on twitter. He's at Pixel fly and the whole strikes my cat as it's pretty hilarious oh wow stripping. He's having sex in an alley if I am or cat by cutting a hypodermic needle and my wife's on twitter she had no idea she taught anybody excellent photos horrible who did that. Pixel Fund H. U.. N. Doesn't really you work for us. He's hilarious can luck can't use asleep on me at night but if it had full blown AIDS I'd probably put it on the foot of the bed but you tell me how that at work I. I'm pretty sure that we can't contract it from the cat so already sure sure all right the speedy recovery okay but the cat will live with the will live with as has has been and will continue to the Caz literally like nineteen years old so he's probably going to go in the next couple of years anyway are they. Is it on A._Z._T.. or any anything eh cocktail the cocktail no no he is not there. I mean if he's going to go. That's how he's GonNa go. He's again. He's lived a really full life and he still gets around pretty well and he's basically on like C._B._D.. Oil just to keep him from hurting too much but the the great thing about cats whether perfectly healthier full blown AIDS in terms of like when you have questions you know what I mean like if somebody gets aides or some other one of God's creatures you go. Will I be able to work work in a Web. Lift my children up and hold them above my head but for cat will I be able to nap on top of the refrigerator all fucking day. I think you could swing that kind of standoffish relationship my owner the cat that has no fucking itinerary no schedule the cats deal is can the cat lift its head when you walk into the House through the front door if that's yes then and they can do that with AIDS than their schedule were not not be interrupted wow man I'm sorry to hear that that is <hes> that's rough. He's a very strange diagnosis because I was just like. I don't know how we're supposed to feel about this but like I said it happened when he was a little kitten and he we've known like he's been fine so it's he shall be fine. How do they know at happened as a kitten while I'm assuming that it happened as a kitten because we had had their my wife has had the cat hat and the cat has not been in any fo for all those years yeah? You'll be really long time so that seemed to be the only window wins incident could have happened operation one thousand nine years with Feline AIDS yeah all right anyway yeah I I just brought up feline aids for no good reason any other atrocities woodwork all right speaking of atrocities poor Gina Grad. She's how many what's it been over weeks car yeah. It'll be another few days because like I said to have a key made from whole cloth not from a spare you know from a copy. It's quite an endeavor. It's a mini computer. They ought to send away for a bunch of stuff here. Here's what I'm curious about. When you run a car company Subaru or or otherwise this I lost my keys? I need a duplicate key. This must come up once in Awhile Shaiken every fucking day all day every day. The dealership had like two hundred on hand and builds grand master and then you on the program to bring you. Why is this an exotic probably two thousand eighteen? I mean I was told by I called every locksmith every insurance agent people who are the show were nice enough to contact me and give suggestions but apparently Subaru is in a class of their own when it comes to making it difficult for other people to replicate these key gotTa love is not showing me a lot of love so the good news you might take either make your car inoperable when the keys are on the outside of the car please or make it super easy to replace keys. That's not have both of of those things working as a company that Tesla worked just fine with key outside of car but was fairly simple for me to dispatch Dylan or somebody and go get another key for the car easier for a Tesla Subaru but again it shouldn't have started when the key was outside of the car right and and when I called three different Subaru dealerships just to see if I was going to get a different number when it came to how much this is going to send me back and all within about one hundred dollars of each other but every guy in the parts department started at the same way ooh yeah this is this is going to run you up man. That's crazy about the tesla that could have really got the trouble is I got. I just got up and drove away and I could have just kept going. I could've drove driven to Malibu got Ala car and then never start again. I just happened to go to school. Drop the kids off school. Unfortunately my situation was not avoidable. I called Lynette. I said where the keys she said. In the Cup holder Gabe community had no communication with me about putting them on the tires and the way no no you'd have to have a phone own and you'd have to be able to text or write an email account number of your phone. I you have to know his car. It is the fuck I can't figure out what's wrong with everybody. Why why wouldn't you what did you send me attacks? Here's where the keys are drop at the car off your put the key on the tire why would I how would I know I made it worse by talking to Lynette and her going. It's in the couple there. When I got in the car there's a bunch of stuff in the couple the keys in there somewhere and then I ran over the keys and then blocked my car and the thing it's very avoidable and also I feel like I tried I reached out like I was like what's up? It's up to the right steps and in the radio silence from Gabe that made me just I assume it was in the Cup holder is weird how it changes car to car to Christie's putting on the car seat in the backseat and she asked keener purse. We can't start the car down the vehicle. We got lucky 'cause we were only we ended up going. To the park less than a mile away we were supposed to go to to Panga village to go play on their playground. Thank God we didn't do that and then the cart you couldn't have got the car. There's no way yeah I think Tesla should put that in Subaru should put Dan on their list of things to fix and also cars like I remember one time back when you'd go to the library back there I had I had when we went to. I'll tell you why I went to live in one would go. Oh I had this period of time from like you guys. I don't know if a brought up and I like cars wow and we'll check the archives. I was driving. I was driving Japanese mini pickup trucks trucks everywhere and if you like cars that's about as far away as you can get from a car forms vehicle just bench seats and little mini shit boxes and I just I had to for my construction for my business for the business. I've said there was a time I had this little at this window of like three years where I was starting to work a little of boxing instructor and do other things and I was kind of saying to myself like maybe I could get a regular car and then I'd be like well. It's gotta be a hatchback because I would have to carry like a sack of stucco or something once in a while but I don't need. I don't need lumber rapper and doing heavy construction trying to talk myself into a car and so I started thinking Oh something fun I couldn't afford anything. That's going to try to get something us. I was looking at like a nineteen eighty-seven Mitsubishi starry in like Oh that car for like thirty four hundred dollars but I still even couldn't afford that but anyway just for using it was a starion Mitsubishi starring and curl your normal table. I I went. I went down to the I. I lived in Santa Monica in an apartment. I went down to the Santa Monica City Library and I walked in and I said I wanNA find like a car driver from like nineteen eighty seven or road and track and look it up and they had like the Oh today we do the Mitsubishi Star in nineteen braking distance. You'll capacity wait sticker price bubba zero to sixty and as a sort of reading about this car like fantasizing who maybe I could get one of as one day and one of the features that car had was which I don't have today or didn't have in cars newer cars after that which drives me nuts it said when you stop the car and you pull the keys out it gives you thirty seconds to raise the windows in the car. Okay Hi tech and time yeah right later on like a B._M._w.. M. Three at pull the keys out find the passenger windows half down and try try to raise it up. Put The keys back in and start the car and I thought Mitsubishi figured it out fifteen years ago they figured it out and once one car company or one entity like figures out this thing that doesn't really cost much because because it's an inexpensive car and it makes sense like Oh you pull the keys out you have thirty seconds to raise those windows up before you have to put the key back in turn it to the on position once one car has that they should all have it and once Maxa pat and this preists have figured out that you cannot of course we did the test that you cannot start the car with the key on the tire or outside of the car then all should have it and the way I that's the way I like to roll all right. I started looking car yeah next sixteen inch rims on their wow kind of sport. I never got one of course I bought it. I ended up buying his user trooper pig pile of shit but I still needed like the bill the stack stuff on the roof and put stuff in the hatch in the back. Just I was fooling myself but I'm still going down to the library fantasizing about driving a three thousand dollar car one day all right. Let me hit <hes> Med men and then we'll come back and play the rotten tomatoes does game. Have you discovered the benefits of cannabis yet never been a better time mad. Men Premium dispensaries invites you to live your best life. All you have to do is find the store near Shoe every madman location features extensive your product selections and meets with the highest quality and safety standards unsure. How cannabis can benefit you men's friendly knowledgeable staff? Is there to guide you along the way they'll tell you. What are you looking for one a little help with the sleep you want to help with the relaxation? 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The worst part about this time of year is there's no football. No basketball really know sport at at all so in honor of that void today's rotten tomatoes game will feature movies without sports in them sweet barrel. This film takes place in Mostly One location starring Colin Farrell and Forest Whitaker with a megaphone the phone in his hand. It's a movie about a man pinned by a sniper two thousand three's phone booth. Oh Yeah Yeah. I liked this movie yeah yeah it was it was supposed to be good but was it good we was <hes> was Kevin Spacey the voice on the Kiefer Sutherland. What am I thinking about okay blueskypest yeah? This was good. I remember this movie seem sort of hyped a little bit but maybe didn't come through like we thought it would see good thriller yeah. It's it's talking about everything it should have been. It wasn't too much. It wasn't underwhelming it was it was delivered. I haven't barely fresh at sixty to seventy one seventy two. We've got a five point deduction out of the gate. Phone booth is fresh at seventy two weird people had it at sixty four weird a movie like this was higher with the credit fairy entertaining moving okay. Okay are there are also no sports in this movie. That's because the world is dying and resources have been allocated to finding black holes that will save humanity twenty four teens interstellar style on this one before no. I just saw this a few weeks ago or outside in the desert in a giant barn which might have helped. I love this movie and Bright. I don't know if this is on your list McConnell Hey and this. I thought this is a great Christopher. Nolan do too many of these movies. He's out in too short a period of time for me that I'm I'm just sort of. I don't know why it's genre that doesn't speak to me this. I I have so many thoughts. It's ambitious. It's long. It's very thoughtful. It's it's like it's got a lot going on as ideas. It's interesting. It doesn't quite come together in my opinion. This was highly anticipated because he had just done he had done the Batman movies he had done inception like he was writing pretty hot at this the reason I just saw it a month ago as opposed to when it actually came out. I Remember People Kinda shitting on it but I don't know if those were just too cool too high now. It didn't meet expectations. There are some great moments in this moving great moment. I have no idea I said seventy-one sorry okay. We'll hire eighty eight seventy nine interstellar certified fresh at seventy two but now we got the people at eighty five. What did you say seventy one? <hes> K wasn't a snipes is known for many things tax evasion having a really cool name and being an immensely talented actor. This craft is wonderfully on display in this tour to force performance one thousand nine hundred eight blade the invasions a weird statement because if you successfully evade taxes you don't end up in jail. No one knows it's like if you're a a bowl avoid order but you're in the hospital with a hole in your stomach then you're you probably didn't avoid the ball Gourd <hes> <hes> but there was a lot of blades right yeah and I have never seen a blade movie and little little so fun fact. I believe they're doing a reboot with Marsha elite just announced was he. The first Black Superhero on the screen. I don't know but I think turnabout is fair. Playing the reef starry boot should be ED sheeran. Oh come on. There's always all the black folk taking the white people's jobs always hogging the cool block role. We kinda instead of the blade. He Goes L. Kabong on everybody with the guitar. Yes ass brand yeah okay. This is the first one this is yeah late. I these are movies. I never I never liked these movies like I'll. I'll tell you the furthest away from interested. I am <hes> I would much rather watch. The Devil Wears Prada in terms of enjoying myself a movie good movie. I know but people shake sitting around talking about fashion. You know whatever I'm much more interested listed in that than I am. When vin diesel plays the blind superhero from the solar system or whatever I have no interest in that shit by the way if you're gonNa make blind movies vs where the where the stars blind but he can still when a guy throws around how's it can reach out and grab it then fuck it? Why is he blind who is not a handicap then? It's not a handicapper like Oh okay then he's better Ervin you or I have full site right line. Thing could be interesting handicapped for the character but I haven't seen not if you can feel the guy punching you before repented and then at some point you end up getting in the room and the Blind Guy Shoots Utah the light now you're equal although he's he was equal already because he grabbed your hand midflight Shannon all the blind movies were the guys are they're blind but they can still see or tell or feel everything with orange and why be blind okay blade. I don't like these kinds of movies but I think he's moved. You haven't seen these scenes vampires. I've never seen it either. Okay I think people like this stuff <hes> and it's kind of novel to have a black you know people weren't as woke back then what years is from ninety eight but so we didn't we weren't quite as woke. We'd get some more points for black superhero now but to date like nick. Was it good. I'M GONNA give it a couple extra points for the novelty of having a black star hero and I have no idea so I'm barely fresh at sixty six. I'm fifty eight. I said sixty six cross it out to sixty one. <hes> blade is rotten at fifty four needed that people seventy eight yeah. That's how these movies work all right right now. If you think capturing skinning over one hundred puppies is a sport psychotic like Glenn Close in the live action remake of it Disney classic one hundred one Dalmatians <hes> well Disney so there's no sports animation. They all worked pretty well. So what year was this. This was ninety six. Oh not animate okay all right. She's Cruella Deville. They they suffer when they don't go animation usually for sure. I didn't see it. I have no idea <hes> we get a little people punish a since Rabin idea all right you're locked in. I'm seventy one way lower fifty one sixty four one hundred one DALMATIANS rotten. Thank God got a thirty nine. Oh Wow people hate it. Twenty point right there wow that is big into the home stretch. This film features talents like Denzel Washington Dakota fanning and J.LO's ex husband Marc Anthony Delight when when a young woman is kidnapped her bodyguard must do the work of her apathetic rich parents and find her in two thousand four's man on <music> Fire Ridley Scott Tony Scott. I remember this existed and that's about it. One of them's transitioning <hes> okay I was right in the hunt and then I have really screwed the pooch. Pardon the Pun on Dalmatians so I gotTa get close here. This is tough again good to have a brother upfront. Dan Care Business. I didn't hear anything good about this. I get so many I don't like this movie and get so many tweets whenever I mentioned on the film vault or whatever show like I don't really like it. It's kind of whatever action needs dumb. It's era people king love this movie. People people call me an idiot for not liking this all right. It's okay but it's dumb blowback in by the way the tweets to be fair that does not make my top ten list of why you're an idiot. Okay good to know so we can even nowhere rate doesn't rate nowhere near the podium all right. He's beloved Ballard. My people I gotta get this one like dead nuts on otherwise otherwise it. It is not gonNa work for me. <hes> I'm going to have it. I don't know what to do fresh at seventy two well. Oh I WANNA lower it sixty okay. Hey I know nothing about this movie. I probably in patented Gina formed spun out as a fifty man on fire is rotten and thirty nine. Oh My oh my God look at the people to be eighty nine eighty nine telling you people love this guy movie. I don't know why blow up. I don't know last two movies were thirty nine and I'm out love it Brian coming in with the score of fifty four Nice Job Adam Corolla skin in puppies on the sideline. You got third place at eighty eight leaving Gina Grad Ball Brian Ryan again fifty four Gina Grad. I am sorry to inform Ball Brian but he lost -gratulations your score with forty five six the win thank you. That killed official games. I would exhibition game on sanction. Thank you one last one wow role. You know. Maybe that key FOB is hold me back with the metal plate in my head well. Everything's gotTa battery. Okay your body like one big electrical system. Okay Okay and what happens when you take <hes> space heater in throat in a bathtub. Oh everybody Frie- okay so that's what having that key fob on your person is like God. I'm so glad to be rid of it. You ever see the way a magnet attra- URESTI that <hes> Willy Willy where they have a magnet stick fun beer and they have shavings of iron and you could make mustached Afro will. That's what that key. I five is like on you. Okay it's pulling your brain is each it's just an electrical system okay and when if you take an electrical system and you screw that grid up you know what I mean like there's a brown out because everyone's running their appliances a rolling brownout well. That's what happens with the key fob so you rid yourself with a key fob brown free baby yeah you're ear like a Gondola in a hot air balloon and the key FOB is like a sandbag through that over the basket et now. I'm soaring now. You're shoring. The air is getting thin. ooh You're blocking out better never felt more alive thermes set in how come no one no one's doing anymore. They're not trying to set Kooky records little thing where Richard Branson was going around the world and the A dirigible trying to set that he's trying to go up in the Gulf stream whatever trying to get into and then he's going to get around then the other guy the red bull guy was jumping off the highest platform. We'd go up the weather balloon and Joey. Oh yeah from the strategy goofy records yeah. It's funny. It's funny when you come across a record. That's goofy record. You're like I could break not like Pogo sticking for twenty two hours but I found what we look it up the someone one of those guys like set records this thing he the highest score ever recorded bowling backwards like he threw the ball between his legs. Yeah there's that guy he's one hundred twelve and Mike that's accomplishable. Can I say this is with a record that involve having balls and then tons of technology like here's the deal we're going to set the world record for highest skydive you invest I five hundred thousand dollars in a NASA spacesuit. We then invest another million dollars in a balloon to bring you straight up. We put you on oxygen and then at some point we just push you over the edge and then you fall for seven miles at some some point and automatic chute deploys. Could we take my son and just get him high on Pot Browning. Just shove him in the same suit could do it yeah. That's what I'm saying like anytime we push you over the edge and you're sort of along the ride nice to meet your effort and volition yeah now. Obviously I'm over simplifying. It and I guess part of the record. It's like creating the suit our creating the dirigible doing it is but once it comes to someone you literally just shopping yourself off the edge anybody we know could physically do that and the shoots going to deploy five thousand feet and there's a secondary shoot three thousand okay do okay. I could do that to me. It's more like you know the ones where the Guy Bench press four four hundred ninety one pounds squatted two thousand. That's a little more heroic. We'll more difficult to do. Yes we'll speaking of that. I will answer your question about why don't people do that anymore. They do there are still heroes because on July eleventh a Belgian man sat sat on a toilet for nearly five days he broke that record he's forty eight. He's learning to be a bus driver. He set himself a challenge of sitting for one hundred and sixty five hours on a toilet seat and he gave up <hes> on the one hundred sixteen hour but that's pretty that's pretty record-breaking. I do love that there was a <hes> movie from the sixties that starred Joe Nemeth called C see and company. I think best screenplay winner the Oscars that you're right that was about a chopper gang and one of the guys had a trike chopper where the toilet in the back like the guy his passenger sat on to find a lear your new weapon of choice turn in the civic man. The porcelain punishers got a new ride. It's the chopper from I think it was called see she and in company with the show name these are better. These are better days we would just here's how these days at work like. Hey Cam Newton yeah. You're tall. People know who you are. You're starting to movie oppress fresh lively and then we just go the kids from third rock from the sun or something you gotTa Sitcom right good. We're kind of down and you go. I don't think doesn't matter since one of that matter. Let's talk more thing Joe Name Lovin Brolin Line in Boston it up that posters awesome it is a sixties poster there's ever sixties poster and the guys Ryan a shopper and he's got a toilet in the PAC man and he's committed to road roadtrips now man. You may not be able to handle a hog but you can hang on to your hog while I'm driving. I here's my question. Does it get more power. When you use the toil? Don't be ridiculous flux capacitor. I don't know Oh at some point the capacity yeah flush my time. You'RE GONNA be okay for some point. You gotta go. You gotta go full. Dave Matthews where you got to empty the bill stashed bridge right all right so he had a probably find a better picture of the Harley but it was a three real dry the guy wrote it and other guy it was back when all oh you really need it for a movie motorcycles because it was novel enough like haters five guys on a motorcycle riding in town the movie and then what's the plot. Did you hear me at some point. They'd have to be a bar fight and at some point some dude would have to make out with a chick who didn't initially WANNA make out with them but succumb to it hardly through the power of his loving what's he grabbed her by the scruff of the neck and pull their in she struggled for the first two seconds of the kiss and then just love right right a wonderful message to send all right. Let me hit the castrol edge stronger under pressure engines can lose up to ten percent of performance dude at friction castrol edge with fluid titanium transforms under pressure keeps them metal parts from Reverend man three times three times stronger leading full synthetic and its viscosity breakdown castrol edge formulated in ways to exceed the toughest industry standards. It is is castrol edge not TACO bell material may stand up special. Check it out giving them review on I._M._D._b.. I enjoy that also a weird thing and I don't know how it works but <hes> I said I wonder if it's got a review on itunes and sorry on rotten tomatoes and I went luck because I don't know what is reviewed on rotten tomatoes and what isn't reviewed on rotten tomatoes and at some point join at luck. I don't know ninety percent or something what ten reviews and then at some point I checked a month later and it was like no reviews insufficient. No nobody's reviewed and I was like well. I didn't zero to said nobody's not reviewed and I thought that was and then I thought I was making up and then I was looking at my phone the other day. Somebody sent me an old screen-grabbed like hey ninety. percent of rotten tomatoes does with nine reviews and I was like oh so there was but what happened. I don't know because ever heard of that now where they scrubbing standup specials. I don't don't know there are movies where there's not you know reviews never seen that you live with the Pete and it's like it had like one review by the critics not reviewed enough firm consensus by the critics but the people there was like nine reviews by the people but then they scrubbed it. I don't know I don't I don't mind that much. I just thought it was weird. I've never never seen that before. All right. You can also check me out. Monterey Golden State Theatre With Adam Ray doing stand up over there Stepdad. It'll be in the audience who loves cars. That'll be August seventeenth.

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#159 IMORTAL KOMBAT!

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

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#159 IMORTAL KOMBAT!

"And several girl. This is Jason J. Louis the Voice of Superman on Justice League action while you're listening to the Krypton report listening to walk away and be all things for casting including Superman and super disgusting cartoon shows and find the facebook instagram twitter as simple to this episode of actually episode. One fifty nine and we'll actually drop before one fifty eight just because of timing schedules and what was planned. We have this opportunity so confusion. Welcome to the crypt John Report. And we are here to discuss immortal combat. I thought I should yell that like yes. Say you're going to have to cut in the mortal Kombat music right there and we wanna do it quick soon because it's a big deal and I want to throw this out there like this is going to be spoiler. This episode ends with a to be continued. We probably won't see tall buddy year from now. We're very close to it at the earliest March late March. Say Yeah you're well. I mean we're looking at home probably not January at least February or March said mid season. And if you think about even with the brakes usually mid season is January legends premiers amid Sudan's when everything's premiering as it is exactly so you shift all that down and you think January-october February November March CIMBER. So I I wonder what the series order is going to be next year. How many episodes Phil accent sent me a posting? It's going to be full full seasons. Oh Wow that's so they're either not gonna do too many episodes. Maybe they'll maybe they'll bring it on right after like the Oscars and the Super Bowl and we pretty much get it straight through. Abby amazing to get no breaks supergirl straight for twenty weeks. Now it's also interesting because you're watching live tonight shows like the one hundred or just premiering now so. Cw starting to start in newer programming farther into the year summer. You know because they'll cw still has like a lot of like a lot of networks. They have year round programming but summer months. It usually cuts down a lot. Cw actually has expanded their programming all year. Long he's actually they have shows debut and running through the summer. Exactly I mean technically star grow premieres. And that's GonNa be like a kind of a show but when I hear about that we're here talking about immortal combat and yes. That is the voice of James. The Superman red and Brian Batman from down. The road is here too. I think he was a second ago to relieve Brian. Brian did we lose you? He's muted not sure I've been talking and I don't know if you guys are hearing me at all. Now we give now. I hadn't been welcome. Brian Oh hey what's up Paul? I Pick Scorpion if we had to pick somebody but so just real quick. I watched that that movie. And Wow yeah that's all I can say this on this past. Wow Yeah I I will get there so here we go likes. Me Is evil. Go figure wants. No Way is evil clutch immortal comment. We don't really have a synopsis for the Substrate Air. We are talking about it cable within so it's all kind of jump around a little bit so last week's episode. We didn't turtles too much that they make a suggestion that our should be vigilante. And then in this week's episode. She has long costume right. See what is she is she night wing huntress she black widow but blue blue widow been black widow with her deogee black suit. She had and Geneva out. She looks like Hunter said she didn't say nightline. I'm like all right but Jia as had the best comment she does her makeup. Just her make up's a little too much. She's wearing brash. Look cool but yeah when they focused in on her face and I was like who. I'm like this. This isn't Oliver from spray painted on her face. I Love I love that. Was He turns. It cost him on the costume. Gives her that. Make up like it's totally meant to be. Yeah right so we learned there. Multiple agents of Leviathan to other elemental. That we haven't seen the entire season. Just show up out of nowhere and I'm this out there real fast number one james still holding on to your theory cliff feel like the premiere of the next season is going to tie up the loose ends from this. I really think that a your theory may come to fruition. I think criers got like me. One episode left in him getting dragged into a full nother series. Season of supergirl. While Superman show goes on people would be too irritating so I don't I think you'll end up in jail or something by the end of the next episode. Well you know I had my theory about Sean Astin character being that now. They're gods you know they're like they are they okay because the way they talked to introduce them as I fought that were anciently aliens. It came here the guides. Because you know what I'm saying is now I hate that. I hate that in any show. We're catering God no you just. Because if if they're gonNA pull that card and super bowls a guide super well when you. Yeah well At one point In in past stories The titans on the titans of Greek mythology they were in DC comics at one point. They were aliens they're still like they're still perceived as immortal gods and they basically immortal same thing as Ramakand and the other elemental here but they're they're aliens. They're immortal so I mean are they. Gods are aren't they with their immortality. Well or are they just immortal blow? We could be getting the start of this whole old guy. Odds new gods sing is much and we have the balls to go there because I thought Eve test macher last season with talking to Greenie goodness on that bench she says Leviathan what I thought. That's what I thought was And I don't know much about that because I haven't been to reading the new fifty two like you guys. This literally nothing. It's just okay fair enough this this Leviathan has absolutely nothing to do with that Leviathan. And I really hate passed. I hate him so I mean as as I found out they were gods. I was like okay. So maybe we're maybe we're like introducing this whole God concept because we're gonNA lead into dark side. They know in a new crossover in the future. in someplace that. I mean I thought the whole God concept was pretty weird and at. I'm very interested to see. Where's the go especially with that cliffhanger? Just along those lines I always wanted to see supergirl versus granny. Goodness in the fury's not necessarily the whole dark side thing. I don't think I think I think that's too big for just supergirl alone but definitely her versus granny. Goodness in the fury's that could make compelling stories for him part of an ARC. I think yeah like I think grainy coming to recruit supergirl trying to make. The captain of her fears would be amazing. But who would you get to play granny goodness? I don't know we've had a good Guinea has to be someone that creeps you out but somehow draws you tour like if we're talking TV or movie 'cause like who I would cash for. The film series Is Different Than You. I cast for TV about supergirl man. We're talking about timber girl. Well she's done TV before but she done a lot of. I think Kathy Bates would be amazing. Is Green and goodness thank you thank you thank you? That's what I was. GonNa say like I just I call. She has everything you'd want for granny goodness the CW afford. I don't know they have the hero of of mortal earth. You know unsung hero on their series. So He's been he's been in two episode says Cameo how much they could afford because he's so yeah back to that. I unless unless she is you know a god maybe a shape shifter or something. Maybe Sean Astin isn't the the head but also I do I was. We did talk about that last last episode when on the missing link but afterwards I had thought like you know what I think they had said she beforehand and they definitely confirmed it in this episode. Where a were said. They reported to a she. Gaga's life says it to Gamma and can we just say like in this episode. Gammel tossed playing Nira her outfit. She's about to go swimming in Atlantis. She was she was cost playing. Mira and then she became the sidewalk. She she was playing Mira and then and then she became the The robot chick from Superman three. Yes the has in nature terribly hair at the end. Yeah Yeah Elder Janine Sharell. She's low greg term cost players here and she looks like can see well. Yeah I mean. She was wearing the green almost scaly and then of course she had like that. Push up Bra and frigging Oliver cleavage. Showing like yeah. That's mirror if I ever seen it because we watch command likes so the costumier thing I did like the beginning how this episode picked up with the last ones where you have car Lena. Talking and Lena they have a scene of I clean apologizing and just trying to talk with car and she's not ready for it which gets coupled with the scene later or car. Lena have a great talk in car. Talks about. Yeah I lied to protect you. This one thing How much did you lie and have me on and the things that you did over and over to me to hurt me? Yeah those really good at the at the start. It was super girl was like I don't WanNa talk about the past. You're here we're GONNA talk about. How STOPPING LEX LUTHER? And what he's going to do now and then and then she eventually goes into what you said there. The past like she was written really well. You know all these. These people are on my team. They're endanger because they know me because they know who I am. I lied to you to protect you in. Oh and I understand that I heard you but after that you did everything you could hurt me in every possible way and then it and then it resolved itself there at the end when she said that she could accept her apology and they could move forward great so it was a. It was a good step throughout the three different parts. I love it of them getting a chance to work together. I got the KRYPTONITE SUIT. Back with super girls heads up display. I do want to give a shoutout to David. Harewood who directed this episode. He did a great job. I just recently. I've been watching this shows. Where like last week's was Melissa? Two weeks ago yeah data selects mocking out that one about Lexus. Post-crisis with time. Brian watched and loved. Yes he did. Yeah it was. It was an episode that I didn't even think about. I cut up really quick tonight. I didn't even think about that. Time of how estimate himself a hero I'm glad we got to see you. Know criers criers laxed is just I mean Carson. One episodes PASSOS He's he's Deva Carton and and I I just. I just love his motives motives. I love criers lacks And the whole time on watch us. Social. I'm like where the Heck Superman like if likes is like if this great and and posing as Messiah will where the heck to in these episodes. That's kind of what killed me during this whole thing we God's caused under the Slovenia's thing air where the heck is Clark and that's as the biggest problem once you introduce him and they're working and then you bring in so much of his world you have to find a way to write him out well when they had him go off to live on Argo for a while so an oh that worked but then he went through crisis. He knows what happened and we saw him. He was flying home when he heard about his son's now. Maybe some of the event of Superman. Lois will coincide with this time line. But I assure building we'll get you know Lexuses in national city with his sister and his family. Like lex isn't the only villainous superman is going has to go after. So I mean superman could quite easily be you know dealing with with with BRAINIAC or parasite or I mean you. You name the list of villains that superman could be dealing with while. Lexus is doing his thing what I mean. That's the beauty of lex is lex. Works works behind the scenes. You know for the most part manipulating people and even superman as much as he as much as he knows and and Believes that Lexus. Doing bad. It's not until lex actually shows this hand does he. Does he catch him? I agree with you. I honestly agree. Here it's just one of those days. This is his arch enemy in his is now raises. A good person. We saw just car reacted much less being superman. Who had the sun turn reading in steam and had to imprison him and all that and we don't even get any like you know I'm an uncle I mean I don't have any kids of my own but like if if I hear that I have another Neth another nephew or another niece you know. I go see that other. He's like they knew. I mean we find out that editor crisis that Clark has two kids his two boys and somewhere in the midst of this. I care with her that or car with her that and been like. Hey I want to see senator kids about there's no reference to that That that was a problem for me. You know by the time crisis shows up. I mean she had one nephew and he was born off world and he was an infant time. So I mean it's kind of be second cousin. Actually yeah old. Second seconds starts at nephew or cousin. A nephew nephews brothers former roommate absolutely nothing but I thought I thought that we would I I screwed you up because I sent nephew and they really would be your cousin but Tom. By find the LEX EPISODE. We get some hands of what's going on with. Superman like what lacks is done with Superman in the midst of this ninety days but we didn't get that and that kind of sucked But what I what? I will praise about this episode and and the story. Arc is the motion ways that they couldn't with with the city and technology at whistle VR. Yet I was strong. Those good this episode a man like mean that that old lady they had. She's like I'm here my husband again. You know. I'm getting to see him again. After losing them and that kids about losing his mom you know what what emotional weight man like. Well you go back to Alex in wonderland and everybody well at least some of the people a couple of people that she was running into They were there to to like forget stuff or to cope with stuff. And it's just so powerful. I mean I think the Super Super Dan Credit for that man. I mean it'll be. It'll be hard for me to say to somebody. Hey I know you're happy now. Should I do find joy again? Yeah you need to cut that off. It's going to hurt you That was that was really interesting. Absolutely I agree I just you know her trying to reach out and touch everybody out there and it works. I mean but it I liked. I liked the symmetry shots of cargiving street. You have lex talking to bring the AC her not yet. Sorry it's Lena Crap. We watched the problem. Lena came to our Andrea Andrea row. House and then the wrong lexus. Because there's like three things going on all at once that are like parallels they're different. I like to think they kind of touch back to the hundre like you know comes out and like I am Leviathan. She's now kill supergirl or your father won't make it says company is what and then she touches. The shadow goes to kill supergirl. Nice the speech that Lena gave to her at the time Really tied back to that episode of those two which. I really can't wait to watch. This just told you about flash. I really can't wait till this hits Netflix. So just watch it again straight because there's so many great beats that they've brought up that were like this one right here. We're hung can forget about that right. Well it almost we discussed last week like it seemed like they had forgot about Andrea being Accra. Like all she was was the CEO of Obsidian like they. They gave us that hand post post-crisis that she had the shadow powers still or got them again and But that was it just seemed oblivious to when lacks in gym or about to launch thing. Andrea saying there. She just like us right. She's like I'm one of the richest people on the planet. Go me now okay. So let's back up. Of course I wanna ask you something. So we have the opening scene where we have them. Martians take on the car. Has Ramakand can track her movements because he's in touch with the earth and because it's funny to hear John's voice come out Cara bodies which was hilarious there Harry Potter and the beginning of deathly hallows. Hedwig cries but headway HEDWIG moody died. And you lost her. Comrades I- love that mcgann was back but my thing was John Her in the one of the battles. Do we see they about so quick to all of a sudden? Got this line of dollar like Johns hurt. Who you covering. Yeah well he got blasted fire elemental. Okay the win. When Dreamer had her her I dream about brainy in the in in Leviathan. She was protecting him at the moment and her shield faded and he got blasted by that fire. Elemental isn't them. It just happened so quick and I I mean I give this episode some editorial Slides just because I know that there's things in this one that we're supposed to be in the next one and out of all the finale. I've seen so far so that includes that woman flash. This one's been the Barrow. Well Air was planned the film. There's soon black in symphony lead. And but the ones that have suffered because of the shutdown. This one was the strongest. I mean it was only one episode. You know they got compromised compared to flash WHO LOST LIKE THREE. So right yeah. Flash went from like twenty two to nineteen. I think that woman was supposed to be a full twenty two. I get expanded to full full season. I don't know for sure I thought so but I know it and I don't know where they were in their production when they shut down either so I like them all looking car like that. I really like like John's comment though about how he can. How already like? What did he stay? He's GonNa feel constricted in those pants or something yes he said he said arm is mad. I know there. Oh Yeah I know those pants are GonNa Chafe and I am loving the new Martian manhunter costume. Yeah under slate. As Roma's I'm just like yes. There's so much better than that vest. He was wearing over like a couple episodes. Were yeah he his tactical pants and then the cub the vest with some green and red on it and that was it. We'll get to bring here in a second. Because I want to hold off on him and to talk about him. But we have William when after Eve. And then we find out he captured Historian that just got cut out and then ended up getting shot and one of my favorite scenes in this episode is Super Girl. Shows up after he shot in the shoulder and like. I got a cauterize. It GonNa hurt. He's okay and then she started. They don't do it. Don't do it again. It's going to hurt. It's okay do it. No don't don't do it and foil was. I think that's more believable than any other stuff that we see. I do feel that. They're still stuff going on with eve because she was so like got talked down. Got talked back you know. And then you know we'll save your mom and Kara went and got Aaron Car has no idea that you've killed Jeremiah. Late they're all kind of like forgive eve because Lena's like the one the test markets still alive. She's here like this is bad so I still feel like Eve. My have some sort of angle if not just for self-preservation against them when they find out that she's the one that killed Jeremiah. Because eve kind of still has a thing against Lex for how he used her. Yeah and she's definitely still hiding that for sure. Just kind of fell awkwardly. Because you know let's make sure he pointed out. Oh you didn't kill the main coach. No you killed two girls father. Yeah so might okay. I feel like there wasn't even a hesitation in eve like Josh. Like she's going to figure it out she's GonNa know. But yes I've been that kind of brings us to brainy storylines. I liked it. I liked the. He brought out the other female brain. Janine Goes Man. They on this a lot like him and I'm like that's his. That's his sister that makes sense. I'm like really like it works. And what's what's funny. I know her first before I know him because she was the ghost on being human. And then when I found out they were brother and sister has like God like like absolutely the has a favorite Jimmy Olsen and has a meal sentence and were Sam Whitworth similar so underused. Such a good actor. He would've made a damn good Batman too. I liked him as the the game. Master on the DC all-stars role playing game. They had and I was fun doomsday but me to bring me decides that he is going to bottle Leviathan and in doing so. We found out that LEX HAS ALEKA. Pass special thing to get onto their ship. Because right there tells you there alien either ship because of the security and brainy knows if he does it it could kill him without a special pass but he decided to do it anyways to bottle Leviathan and which is crazy. I only Bottled the elemental. It didn't bottle JEMMA and we still don't know who they were reporting to was it because I I wondered that too. Because when he did he like she fried and too far away like or was she too far away or something and that makes me wonder about some other things like well you know. I think it or was was sucked back backs. Yano I think I think it's because she wasn't really elemental like she was the goddess of Technology and the and the other ones had one. That was one of those by one was earth. She wasn't really like an element. She was a water anything. Yeah they called threat yes why I was like what are Leviathan than if you know if he's supposed to be bottling them utilizing their ship and he only got three but rushed part. There's a guarantee there's there's more that would have been an another episode that gave us more explanation but is now on the other side of that to be continued. Yeah it's like how she how she came back and she was that full-on terminate tricks. That was Pretty crazy but you know takes the bottle that brainiacs land they're dying you know lexus like basically says you know. I figured you turn an bottle. Them accounted for that. But I didn't figure you kill yourself doing it so here I'm GonNa take this and then you can still lay here and die like you wanted right. And then goes to Lillian Luther. With the with the bottle element goals and dream her through through her emotional arc with brainy. She wanted to ignore him in her dreams and then she kinda wakes up and realizes that he's in danger. I mean what did you guys think of this as a finale considering the virus what's going on I think they did really good. I mean they gave us warning more like we wanna know what's going to happen with those metals we WANNA know who they report reported to We WanNa know what Lex is going to do next You I know I do Now we have Lena in the Super Bowl on the same page finally eighth To be able to work together to be able to take down lax. I thought it was. I thought it was pretty good man. I enjoyed it but I didn't see the plastic finale or that woman severely grade which is the best. But I like I like supergirl better than the flash I. I do predict the flashes. Probably could a pissed me off but we'll get there but I like the I really i. I agree like it worked. You know giving slack because of the whole situation but my thing is just manda factor the week so long to continue on like. We have no really idea what the next season's going to bring. That is one thing that the flag I think has super girl is with the flash. We have an idea of one thread. That's going to carry over or two between carrier for sure was super right now. Like I feel like what with? Lexcen term nature their embattled Sh- resolve within the first or second episode of next season. So I don't know I I liked it. I just hate to have to wait so long. Time to review and it was. It was a strong episode. Definitely I think I think they did a good job editing and probably using what they have footage they have. They know their common back and they weren't able to film and resolve it. So I think you know same thing with the Flash Lake. They give it that to be continued You know it's it's we're going to see what comes of it. Come next season which you know. It's not really used to that anymore. Like they used to do that with TV before now. It's not that's not the way of it but It was a good episode. John Criers Lexus is amazing. I thought Jesse RAFF did a good job This episode his best were. Mcv's yeah definitely. I still think they're shortchanging brainy being twelve level intellects but hopefully next season. 'cause I have a feeling that he's going to be rescued? They've got a you know a dreamer there to help them recover him before he dies so I have a feeling he's he's GonNa be. He's going to be returning and that hill come clean with his friends and all will be good eventually. And maybe they'll maybe they'll do a little better with him when he's not trying to hide things and he's not so easily manipulated would be it. Would be nice would be work. Because there's there's No D. O. Building and I'm glad of that. Let's season things change like you know we need to shake it up a little We've moved we've moved cares on more. They started Yay. Get the get rid of the government agency. Let's let's get these people do and what they do what they can do without those restrictions. That's pretty much allergies. Let's let's build the Dang wash our own John's office where he's got all that stuff like that's right the tower deal. They're all in the same earth and I'm not gonNA go into right but lake the whole part of. What the whole finale. Oh Bat woman. That's extremely studio. Is there to find something but it just when you wash your this is stupid at. They're all on the same earth and in then you think about what's going on in the other show. You're like yeah. This is dumb but anyways they made a big deal. Elvis forming of what would become the Justice League and done nothing with it. Like they've just they've they haven't had any kind of crossover. Nothing and I almost wish that crisis would have been the event they kind of ended all these shows but it doesn't really work for flash and supergirl. They're the ones that really were affected the most from crisis. I don't need them to pop up on each other shows all the time but like just some phone calls X. Message some dialogue. You know about. Hey I had I don t. I have an issue can do well Brian. You you as me and tyler discussed on on The missing link like I think that trying to go big again with a crossover I mean. I don't think they're planning on that. I said that next next year's crossover should be like instead of like crossover event like crisis where everybody comes together. I think it should just be like crisis week. Where they've got like supergirl and bat woman. teaming up and super girls on the bat woman show and bad woman's on supergirl show and then you've got a team up between like flash and black lightning where flashes on black lightning black lightning's on flash where out that way each person each each storyline gets a two episode. Arc. And you know. You're not beholden to this humongous crossover. It's a lot smaller and personal personal. But you still have all the shows. Performing some sort of crossover like the purse. Crossover wouldn't lashing era. Okay Yeah I mean yeah that'd be wise. I mean it would hope them build something bigger in the future. Yeah before that Do Growth WanNA station driving. How my only worry with that is we need. We definitely need build something with this Justice League. In this whole justice thing I to introduce something so big and just sit there for two or three years That sucks so If if somewhat crossover Benita establish something without and I mean I but you know they probably take a break for that build buildup that Superman show You know let us know fans kind of really what that's GonNa be about. I'm hopeful I told you Mongol what's up was was he said war old Mongolian four world if they did a val all if they did a full crossover not to the because it wouldn't be as big as crisis but if they did a war world crossover they could do everybody together but it would be more like gladiator as opposed to what crisis was how it had to be so big. It would be like gladiator where it would be like these. All the characters are like enslaved there entrapped and they're all fighting for their lives. It would be more action oriented less. You know universe rebuilding. You know just a lot smaller but it would still be. You know a big thing that everybody could be involved in. I think it'd be awesome. If among older shows up and he wants them the battle or or like each one of their episodes before it in and it's Mongol like picking them off bream. Oughta his planet need you like a two or three episodes of them kind of on the world but anything else is running like the end of the supergirl episode before invasion. Where they just get supergirl and bring her over but instead it'll be like at the end of every episode. It'd be like them getting abducted so anything we WANNA add to this last time to talk about Superhero for a while as far as a show episode right girl. I'm good and misuse. I I I still just Kinda am like so we got to two other elemental. We haven't seen or heard from all season But okay so like. That's kind of that's one of those things where you're just like okay. You just like just created some random characters and throw them in there like trevor. You know what I mean tyler him so yeah that's about it. It was good. I liked it. It was a good. It was a good finale. And it's going to be crazy to wait this long because it's going to be a lot longer than summer break before we get to see what happens but all right. We're GONNA put her opinion. Brian thanks for being here. Thank you James. Good talking to you again. It's been busy weekend. So all right take care and remember bitten. Sky Look up in the Sky Sky.

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"We are an iheartradio station. It's just the way the world works open save everyone, a little time and energy. The opinions that you hear are those of the host and callers and others of I heard media, management or advertisers? Monsters. Basel Twenty Twenty one of the best. You've got the best talk hottest in the morning anywhere in the country. It's the monsters. Morning Radio went up four point one. We are broadcasting. Live on Iheartradio and that's everywhere on the planet everywhere in the world has. Bluetooth, you can get the monsters, which is awesome. We we have a reporter. On the line with us from California, they say we people all over the. Country Listening to what's up, guys, I'm Russ rollins host of the program here. We go producers Angel Boom. He's there. Tim. Right Mr Motivation Carlos tomorrow. I've never sat amy and the king. Of Denmark Ryan Homes, yeah? Hey we will i. don't WanNa Miss Reporter we've got a reporter calling a live from from California. It's Stevie. How you doing today, buddy? Steven you there. Last minute. What was that? Edelman talking to do Carlos. A drug. Could, it could be gold. You never know you never know. Can we go and he's like I can't get him to stop cursing. Maybe we can get a good minute out of him. You know that's what I was telling my wife. May Get one minute out of it. One good minute I don't think anyone even hurt his voice. He had to dump it no one man. Look he was calling before I walked into the studio, and the lines are going offer like what's going on I. Answered Guys Blind, drunk and go. Hey! Lows jamming for the last forty five minutes California from California from San Luis Obispo. It looks like and that he was upset that we cut short. Grand funk railroad. It is. I mean your grandfather. You know we are not as good as grand funk railroad taking care of business, right? Understand Oh American ban. So he was and the reason I was fond of him. He's he's from Boston, but he lives in California now same stevie. He's out from the sixties. You know how many brands offering. So. Angels asked. What do you think you know I? Say listen man you know if you don't give it a shot, you know. Throw it against the wall. Given a shot, it could end up being radio, gold or nothing right away first thing he says. What is this booby? Nobody lasers. yeah. They went to the Grand Funk Railroad Grant. Man Everybody Loves Grand Funk Railroad I understand that so anyway. Didn't do all the normal stuff because I was I was trying to get to that guy really quick. So you can text us and call us, and you know how it. All works believe Seventy, seven, zero three one. If you WANNA text, the show already gotten Texas morning, and and it's It's it's funny. You know whenever I start reading. My overnight news seems to always be some sort of theme or whatever yesterday the theme was people getting in fights over their masks. You know and some people wearing masks on people, not people fighting about it today. The theme seems to be a lot of people going back to work. You know leaving the. If they work at home going back to work. I had one this morning. Guy, said well, you know I gotta get back to school now, but the good part about it is here. You guys at six o'clock in the morning. I haven't been listening at six o'clock six o'clock in the morning. This whole thing started. and. We have a lot of people that are kind of the same way. someone other people that'll be getting back to work tomorrow. City walk is going to open back up tomorrow. really. All the universal stores, or is it just the third party? Vendors well I. I guess if if Marguerite Ville. If BUBBA GUMP, shrimp and. Third Party. The third party people yeah, they're. They're opening up now. The rule is if you go to city walk. You know you must wear a mask if you're not wearing a mask. which which ties in yesterday's topic a little bit? That's this is now the new thing where fight start, you know. People don't want to be told what to do yeah American. Does American want to do I wa yesterday? There was a fight in target two security guards. Try and tell these guys. You can't be in the stargate without a mass. They get mad. They Punch security guard Bam course. They go to jail The the whole. You know you're not gonNA. Tell me to wear a mask. Problem is a problem and city. Walk Starts Starts Tomorrow if you're Torres. They're opening for tourist or was it locals more anything? Anybody because you have to. Towards me coming yet, are they? Yeah, yeah, you know what it is. They have enough security staff to handle it, and that's why a lot of places like. Grocery, stores and convenience stores in places like that aren't implementing this because they don't have the proper security to handle some crazy ass, dude, who's GonNa WanNa you know I wear no masses. City walk definitely does Disney Springs does. You know schools and that's that's not the right kind of thing, but that's because we went to target the other day to pick up some supplies and my wife's like. Why don't they make it were? Everybody has to wear a mask because there are idiots out there, that would be willing to fight a security guard because it says you know. There are people just don't like wearing a mask, they they don't WanNa. Do Won't told what to do. Ultimately, it selfish. Tell you that yesterday yesterday. I. I went to do get some eggs and I had to get some Bacha so idea two very important things to get. Combination. and An. Accident! Had to pick up some medication and I'm like well. We're out and we looked and we saw this place. people Brady's. They had a tent out in the parking lot and want to sit in the. Parking I pretty safe. And of course we wore amassed up, but then we then when you get to your table and you're gonNA eat. You don't need to wear your math, but we were the only ones they're sitting in the parking lot. Eating like this is perfect. You know so some places have made th. They've made it, so it's easier for you do some places though are not making it past the pandemic one I'm. I'm very sad to see now. I don't know if this means all locations, and I don't know if it means the locations here in central Florida, but as I bitch about this I think to myself I can't remember the last time I went there, but I wanna be able to go if I if I want to go, and that's steak 'n shake, man, steak and shake later close fifty one restaurants already this year, already Hambro. And I love steak 'n shake. French fries yeah, when's the last time you went to stay in shape that you were sober? See I as soon as I saw this. I knew what was going to say. When's the last time you did you love them so much? Same thing happened with beefy king, and so I went to be king. Prove the not still but I haven't been since I. It's good, but it's just out of my way and steak 'n shake is I always loves taking shake I. Don't like the little fries. A little fries now is the shoestring fries. Don't go there to scapegoating burgers on point man, you get A. Service. There was just. Because your face, but not now this isn't me. This isn't a me thing. This is across the board, every steak and shake ever. I never had bad service and here's the thing is all they need to make their money. It depends on what time of day you go to steak and shake if you're the kind of person that's going to stake between the hours of midnight and three o'clock in the morning, service tends to be a little slow down. During the middle of the day it's always a remarkably different experience from the ladies that are working in the restaurant area. They're almost like waitresses they'll. They'll come and they'll clean your table. If you need anything they'll. They'll do all these little things like you almost feel compelled to leave a tip at the table for them. Yeah I liked it once again as I as I, say how much like as I say I wish they weren't going to business. I ain't been there in a bicycle. Taken at least three years. I was Danny's Guy Five? I was late late night. I would always try and make it, so you compare Denny's steak 'n shake well. I know I know, but it's like late night, drunk food. That's what I was kind of imagining. See I don't think of steak and shake as late night drunk food because I never did that I it was denny's or it was waffle. House. Two choices and back in the day day -squitoes big biscuits, but a long time ago. As Long? Companies that are just GONNA. Make it right basically. What's happening? Is that competent of stores locations that are were underperforming already. This is This is offering you your location to be shut down, so they use it as an excuse me. This is a good excuse to close down because we were not doing well anyway, or Things go hand in hand. You weren't store wasn't doing well, but you Kinda by while you've been closed for a month now. There's no way we can recover this. See you later. I think shows. How many businesses were already struggling. We're already midst of closing down and then it takes. You know you have to have your stuff together to have a couple of months where you're not getting any revenue. Revenue in so I kind of get it. Yeah, they were talking about the What was the other day they were talking about the The Amway Center and and you know paying the the note on the Amway Center and they were like Oh. Yeah, we've got money in the coffers for that, and I wonder how much money in the coffers to pay the rent on the Amway Center. who was amway or was it magic or was? No, no, this was. This was a representative speaking. How do I get a car for the coffers? I want access to the coffers amway all is going to be fine because what what what they're doing, is they're? They're signing several people up four to pay for Amway and those people are signing other people. Pay For Amway. I'll get it. As an amway. Very specific I saw you with Betsy Devos. Did you ever have amway? God I remember I did that one time. Oh yeah, yeah, all the sucker for all those. What I was a kid when I was about. Money and They, send you all the soap and stuff and you try to talk to friends and buying stuff and I get my friends. I have some friends some pretty good friends that are involved in Mo- multilevel marketing schemes and. Done well now. No, and they're just losing and losing and losing and losing money, and it's unfortunate to see, and then it's almost and then they'll get into another one thinking well. This one's going to be the one. Yeah just never works out, and it's like they've spent thousands and thousands of dollars. If they would've just invested that like the stock market they would have. See them and there's these conventions where petty and they're the Bahamas for a couple of days there somebody wins a car. Somebody got a car diamond platinum. Membership winners who? Like and then. Obviously. you know. Kind of a multi level marketing, but then you therapy, but then she somebody like I made. A hundred thousand dollars than you're looking everything that person's line. That person is lying. I got I got sucked in Oh. What am I? Really horrible marriage got sucked into doing one of those things and a fly into Texas to go to one of the things, and you can see behind the scenes. It's all set up. You know. Drive the car in their. The car they won on car. We're GONNA say they. saw. It's all it's all BS anyway wh. What's Oh yeah I wanNA. Mention this and we got to remind ourselves I even put a reminder my phone to remind me. At eleven thirty, five, starting here, Apopka. Okay, there's going to be a fly over now I don't forget exactly which. Several for organised. It's the National Guard National Guard fly over Orlando and these are all approximate times better. Apopka High Area Papa, eleven thirty five. It starts out that way. Yeah, go all the way. It's all over or straight Orlando to say thank you to all the you know the people that have been working hard and all that good stuff, but you want to be outside and check this out because I think that's exciting. Switch the National Guard. How many how many planes do they have? doesn't tell me in the release. I have what the formation is. Typically they do that with a couple of either two or four planes. So goes from Apopka High, school at eleven thirty, five West Orange Park at eleven thirty seven. Listen to these times. These guys are going to be Just nail it very specific time. Yeah, eleven, forty, one orange, county convention center, and then they'll just wheel on over to the Orlando, Regional Medical Center at eleven forty, two and lake, Baldwin Va Clinic at eleven forty three, and then Baldwin Park eleven forty four and then camping world stadium. That's it'd be an easy one for everybody. That's eleven forty five Barnett Park eleven forty six, and then they're hauling ass loan. Forty nine over South Lake Hospital I'll be seeing. Those planes fly over like that was always my favorite. Favorite part of going to any of the NASCAR RACES, we've been to like like the racist coal, but the see the flyovers and to me amaze, you could feel it, you know when the fly solo so three guys. That's happening today over Central Florida will remind you several times starting at eleven thirty or so here on Apopka and going right across central Florida gain, it's going to be two fifteen just the guard, so one hundred and twenty fifth fighter, Wing, and Jacksonville and again it starts a Apopka, high school and eleven thirty five so I. Wonder Why I. It's Papa High School. Where did they take off that I'm thinking high school? We've got an airway. Coming out of Jacksonville. Hidden North Orlando and then it's going to swoop on through the whole thing, and then you know w Jacksonville spell out. In the, sky, Don't go anywhere. You're listening to the march the morning. Dancing Naked Roger Kitchen is a lot better with your best friends seriously. Why would you encourage that? Real radio went on for quite one on iheartradio. Yet. To the flyover. It's kind of like being a kid, right? You'd be excited about that, but for some reason I saw this. Why can't wait to see? The airplanes fly over which is silly. Welcome back. The monsters mornings real radio, one four point one broadcasting live on iheartradio. You're listening to the Mazowsze. Thank you for making us the number one morning show in town. We appreciate that and And, you're with Russ. Carlos Angel and Ryan all here today, so yeah, a lot of people were commenting about the about the fly over and I confused on others like there's different branches and everything and Angel. You came from an Air Force family so this. This flyover is said National Guard as the National Guard. Yeah, okay I didn't know the National Guard and planes. What do you think the nation with sticks? I thought the National Guard. Man I. I I'm confused about that I did not know they had planes her so well and starts at eleven thirty today eleven thirty, thirty, five, flying right over central Florida, so be aware of that Yesterday and the news doctor Fauci. He was he's. He's staying at home now. Because he self quarantine himself, he He. He's got to he's. Preaching about it, you gotta you gotTa do what you say. so he's A. he stayed at home, doing his thing and he was trying to say. Listen Man There's a real risk that you're gonNA trigger an outbreak that may not be able to be controlled but. From what I saw who's WHO's the woman? The really bad hair ran Paul. That dude. He seemed like a Douchebag A. You're talking to Dr Fatty Right, and he says something to the effect of. Whatever he's like. Listen your doctor Fau in all due respect. You're not the end all be all making decisions like an inductive nearly and with the best. People know how to just say things. I never said I was, but I am a scientist and I did what he did help to. Help like. Salt! AIDS or HIV. He started talking about all of this credentials. These you're, you're right. But he didn't get mouthy. He didn't get nasty. He just happened to mention that. Yeah. I'm a scientist and I've done. This I've done that and I knew. I give suggestions. You guys listen to him how you want them like demand. Why why would you get all? Crappy with Dr Fao cheap, because that's the that's like the fifth part to this whole culture war thing is now to attack the base of the of. The academic world you know and that's Dr Fauci. Started from. Brushing it away just the flu. Now it's like attacking the core and remember rampal caught Cova. He had he did yes, he. So many he had he got over. Anything's not that big a deal. They've now, but you know what. That's not your place as a US senator. Argument was kids should go back to school because they're not dying of it. Let's see that's so stupid, began and I get it. There has to be a plan the biggest thing there has to be a a bigger overall plan on how to implement. This just can't be this one. Does this this one? Does that because, aren't we? The United States of America and when I hear senators. Go well here in Kentucky. We got nothing well. Guess What Kentucky. We're supposed to all be in this together, right? I mean fun. When we fought this war, not he he considers himself a wartime president and in wars. We all are supposed to stick together. Leave no man behind. This mentality has just gone out the window because it's like well, we're. We're doing okay over here. What they're saying now is they're saying that. The the the consensus is mathematical projections. Models are say that the consensus they'll be approximately thirty one to forty, two thousand more deaths through mid June and you know I. Remember before I was kind of being silly, but I was kind of being for real estate. Listen to plans here plan one. Is We all stay home to make sure it doesn't you know doesn't multiply and and kill more people, so we're going to have to social distancing, which means a lot of people are gonNA lose jobs, and that sucks, but that's plan one. One plan to is I'll go back to work, and you just realize that we're a lot of people are gonNA. Die, hope, it's not you and an open more hospitals and just realize there's going to be death and I think we're just gonNA D- seems like people have tried the first one didn't like it and now okay, let's just go back to work and. Another forty thousand going to die. Okay, hopefully, it's not you know like. That is that that is the plan? It's every man for themselves whereas. She was saying yesterday. Hey, listen. We had a very thought out opening process. We've thought this all the way out, but there are people there are places that are wanting to jump the gun and do their own thing, and that's what's going to cause the spike, and what happens is when a guy who has the facts. Who has the receipts who can give you? You the authentic scientist, yeah I can tell you these things because of the studies I do dude, who's you know a guy who doesn't have that kind of background ends up looking weak in front of him like Rand Paul did, and then he comes off of you know saying something stupid. You're not all to be honest like third grade argument dude come on yeah. Really was not a good look. I only know I I assume I don't know what he is a Republican. Democrat whatever whatever he is He didn't seem like a very cool dude, he. Yeah. He's the one who got in a fight in his front lawn. His neighbor beat him up. He is Ron Paul. He's he's here. Yeah, yeah, he's got the covid beard. I mean it's just. It is crazy to think that we're past eighty thousand deaths at this point and it's just like going to be. Thirty to forty thousand more according to. Mathematicians and everything so, but listen everyone slowly going back to doing their thing I just as our listeners just be careful as you can man, you know. Stay away from as much as possible. I was talking to a guy yesterday. Who is a paramedic friend of Julio's a friend of Ellen's and he's like man. It's It's out there. Don't think it's not. Because I was listening to somebody yesterday. Be Interviewed. That had covert. It sounded and this war healthy. It sounded absolutely horrible. The person said that he wanted to die. He wanted to give up and because of the the pain in his in his head, and the pressure in his chest, and this was a super healthy. Early Forties Mail. It attacks people very differently, and if you're listening going like Oh, it's not real man I. Mean Wh. How can you even begin to have real conversation with somebody that does doesn't believe in a virus. Is this your rampal Paul as a doctor as well. He is I. Believe in Dr Okay, that's different than that's believe I believe he's an eye doctor. I'm not wondering percent sure but Yeah, yeah, another story out from night, saying that you know I guess the argument yesterday with Rand Paul and Dr Vouch was about kids going back to school and saying well. You know kids can go back to school because they're not. They're primarily not. Not the ones that are getting the problem is is they do spread it whether whether they get from it or sick from it or not, they still are, they can be carriers and spread it to our older people, and then people who are in that match older really, but I mean people that are you know have help issue in your line conditions. Yeah can die of it, so that's one of the reasons why they WANNA. Keep kids apart At this point, the school year is almost over we. There are kids getting this like weird kind of a Kawasaki type disease that is affecting these kids in a really bad way, so there is. The viruses later on as disease though. You're on a motorcycle, but you can't breathe. This year. Just cancel it out, and then then we have some time so that you don't just bring everybody back in order to spread it all together. This year's done, and then let's move forward and see what happens in the next three or four months. Hey, let me just say this is something I. Get and not just from this one texting your texter says it's several several several people shine people. I'm shut up and people. Out and people that I know in love, okay, that say the same thing and I just want to address this calmly cooler. Okay, it's not difficult to stay safe if you have common sense, this is no different than avoiding the flu. It is different than avoiding the flu because if you actually get it. The death the death rate the the the the ability to die. Die From. This is much higher because there is no real cure for this. You might get lucky and not die from it, but a lot of people who are overweight and are of a certain age and everything, and our men do die from this, so it is much different than the flu and whenever you say that I think it makes you look very an. Ignorant ignorant and not informed and you're trying to. It seems like you're trying to argue something that is really really dumb. They if I, if it were just like the flu, the entire world wouldn't have shut down when you say it's like the flu. You really don't sound intelligent. You sound like you're you're trying to. Try to get your own way about something and trying to trying to. Downplay it and say try that bigger deal. When over eighty thousand now, Americans have eight thousand, eighty three thousand Americans died in. You say it's like the flu. It really makes you seem like you don't care about those eighty thousand people that have died and the extra thirty to forty that are going to die, so you should never say this is just like the flu because you sound like a moron. Is that Nice? Enough say? Very home! Yeah, I mean it really does sound. Get that text all the time, and for some reason. People think that's an argument. It's just like the flu. It's not just like the flu. It's a pandemic that went all around. The world. Shut down. Everyone was every country I mean every country. Four of them. Yeah, and it's a respiratory disease at the end of the day man at attacks. Your lungs flu doesn't do that the same person. The doctors would walk in and be like all right. We're going to try the drug today. Okay, WE'RE GONNA. Try The malaria drug day. He's like. Why are you doing this? Because we don't know what works we don't want to be. Able to the person that's not wearing a mask. Hey, how about this? Guess? What every time you driving a car? You don't get in a crash. You still wear a seatbelt. Well here's the thing that argument. They're going to argue with Carlos. Because wearing a amass, you're only protecting other people. You wear a mask you care about others you don't wear masks. You care about yourself so so so. So. Yeah. Okay okay. Yeah, because it's not helping you to wear a mask. You're helping others to wear a mask. You see what I'm saying. Mass to not spread it, so that's why selfish people don't WanNa wear a mask because they don't care about anyone else. Rally care about themselves still. Checking yourself to where mouse, you kind are, though, because the top because the droplets still travel the little vapor droplets travel you touch your hand. If you touch something, you touch your mouth and you touch the mask and it doesn't go in your mouth. That protects you. I mean yes. It goes both ways, but guess what when you wear a seatbelt, you're protecting yourself and your yourself for your family and you protecting yourself, so you don't fly through the window and crash on the road and I mean it's just it just seems so silly, even if you don't believe it for this small time period that they're asking where mask that's it, it's not you're not asking you to enlist. Pretty Simple, and I'm reading the texting service and thank you. Guys are texting this morning, and and everyone's been cool about it or whatever, but they're saying. I think the issue. The visa people downplay the whole thing is because they're worried about eating. They don't have jobs in there and they're worried about not being able to feed their family and I get that I do I that's why I say. Hey, where the mass keep your hands clean. Like like like my rule. See Everyone. Nothing's ever whatever rules they need for their family for our family. Is You know where the mass go out? Go Out? We sit outside when I go into a restaurant inside, and we don't go out unless it's really necessary to pick them up from the store. Fine, go in where your mask wash your hands afterwards, so take care yourself as. As as much as possible I was the same person saying yesterday that I think gyms. If you'RE GONNA, open up nail salons. You should open up gyms well. Just be clean. Wash yourself use the parole whatever you know I know. People need to get back work, but put me and saying that it's just like the flu. Come on, man. That's just that's just neanderthal as I'm I'm not saying. Shut everything down either I. Know You're not saying that every, but like just in general like I, but there just seems to be really no plan, no hard plan to follow to go through. It's just like these kinds of suggestions and the people that are dying are grandma's in our moms and our dads. There is a heart plan, and then there's one how she's talking about. There is a hard plan. It's been introduced at the federal level, and then it's on the states to implement these, and this is where the separation happen, because there are people that are you know? elected officials that are worried about being elected. You re elected, and then, and then they have the nerve to think they know more than the scientists they're. They're so they're so brilliant, and so into themselves and I am so smart, and I listen to these things. I know more than the CDC. Scientists I know more than this guy, and that's where you start falling into these straps an angel. The thing about that is. That's why I started telling people you know. Hey, show me when you vote. Show me when you vote because if you look at the timing by the time November third is. When we vote! With November, third and fourth, whatever it is whatever whenever it's time to vote, things are going to be much different, and if it spikes the way, it looks like it's going to. Show me when you vote. I don't think it's going to be looking very good. Come November for the administration. That's currently here, and I. Don't, trump. Train Tar trying to talk about all this, it's not the presence. Foreigners is China. It's okay hello, San Paulo and his Mama. It's Obama's fault three years ago three. He, didn't he didn't stock them ventilator? It's Obama, gate, I know. Being fake media over there and reading that script that you've got running you, we can just move on with our day and make the funny. How far did usually what Bryan Adams had to say? With that Brian I I'll tell you about that. Cuts like a knife Bryan Adams. Yeah, he he went off and now people are mad at Brian and I. Think you made sense, but we'll. We'll talk about that when we come back. Yes, you can text US seventy, seven, zero, three, one, seven, seven, zero, three one. If you WANNA tax you're listening to the march the morning. Aspire. To, go one morning radio off one point one we have is in live, but iheartradio. Remind a little bit later on now. We're live on our youtube. Channel Railroad Watch on Youtube. We're live on our facebook page a real radio on facebook and We're going to resuming with people so jeff coffin is going to be on with us and a little bit and Jeff. How is GonNa be with US and Savannah? A-. Wednesday. Wanted one we got to jabs got to jazz, so we got Jeff and then on Jeff. HOW CALL SAVANNAH! Real name is actually Jeff Forty. Savannah, jam welcome back Ireland's along with Angel and Carlos and Ryan homes all your on this beautiful wins forty Wednesday. It's crazy As Brian Gotten hot water Bryan Adams cuts like a knife guy. Or sixty nine. That's when everybody knows what Brian Oh. No. The robinhood tongue never on interest. What's has it goes so beautiful. I love every time I. Hear it I wanted to fly off into fantasy. What is it yeah? Bryan Adams Songs Angel before we start bashing him. From the heart. I do it for you every little thing. Do Dude for your goody. Cry! This song, touch every little motion court in my body because Robin Hood, would beautiful movie. listen this man's voice looking. Leave him alone. Yes, he he. He wrote some songs for kissed to. What. Oh Man. To me I don't care what he said or does. He gets glass. Run be used. You're this song. I was listening to it the other day. Level along what soundtrack was this on Romeo and Juliet now? You're in. You're in that. World's Robin Hood is not Robin Hood. No Come on guys Rod's. thinking of a different one. I'm thinking of the one that he sang with Rod Stewart and Andrei. No the Three Musketeers Song. Remember that one. Too. Is Zorro. Zorro this is Zora I think. I realize that Zorro Three Musketeers robinhood. He loves old time knee novels. I like the sword. or A knife. But leave, he's A. Radio right here, man. They beat. Everybody eighty sounded so strange thing. Brian, that his album? You've got the one with the Poem. Or maybe overload! Up Richard March now. I ask. One back about this song, he only called it summer of sixty nine, because he wanted to make a sixty nine Joe. Was the summer of not not. It wasn't the summer of nineteen sixty nine. Actually I saw an interview, but it was the first summer that he did six girls. It wasn't a back. It'd be too old and nineteen sixty-nine he also. Got Cut tonight. That was a big hit. And, he's walking like this is win like MTV started. They didn't really know what they were doing. Videos like okay. put a hot chick in a swimming pool. No water in the pool I'll just walk down and singer. Walk back out. This is I don't even know that. You've you've locked into many a bar and that songs on a when it gets to the hook you'll, you'll recognize it at the hook. This I hit. The. People are Matt though. I don't know. About you about because he's eating an apple with a knife in the music video, this is not hard cook. Well, but if you walk into the pool yet. Bryan Adams Middle. Name Jerry. Drew Jeff Wednesday. Aircraft Hook, you got another. Jim. Now now, lady way okay, so he was singing this song when he was doing like a zoom kind of thing he was doing for Instagram, or whatever and he was supposed to be doing. There was a first bite of a show he was supposed to be doing like a concert tour and he he's swore to went off and he said but thanks to some ethin- bet eating. Well market, animal selling virus, making greedy bastards. Now the whole world is now shutdown. Not Not to mention that. Thousands of people suffered and died from this virus. Then he goes on to say more about the thanks of the F ing Bat eaters. y'All. y'All should go vegan. It's all the people missing on the show. Thanks a lot of the bat eaters so. was words cut like a knife Brian? Be Honest. Okay, he's a Vegan know. Eating bats bad idea I love me. Some militant vegans I him. There people mad because he saying he's racist. I know I saw that too, and I'm like really Anita. Screw all the bat, eating, bastards and screw all the people that are that are eating these animals that that should not be sold in cages in in some of these wet markets. You're wet market animal eating yeah yeah yeah. How do you shouldn't apologize? You have the voice of an angel. You say you created some of our most amazing movie songs right? This man should be allowed to. Speak, as my, he's a Vegan to. he went back though he got a Lotta Helton vegans. Those. They called it a shocking racist outbursts, and he had to come back, and he said is the Word Bing Bong was involved. He's not he's says I apologize to any into all. The took offence to my post yesterday there's no excuses i. just wanted to say that ran about A. Horrible animal cruelty in the wet markets is what he was trying to talk about. He didn't mean to be racist, so he did apologize which. Here's the thing and this is what happens, right? The guy goes off the rails and it Kinda takes away from his message. Had He gone up there and said Hey, listen, this is what I'm about. An eighth kept who wrote it down to a script and now had to come back and apologize because the apology diffuses. Takes away the power of everything that he was trying to accomplish. And now it's easy to point at that guy and be like. Oh, that's the militant Vegan. He doesn't know what he's talking about and then for here on out I. told, Him Milton Vegan. Racist. I'm calling him the militant Vegan and from right off the bat. Offhand I will completely always dismiss anything. He's going to say from here on forward because I'll remember the one time that he did this and went off the rails, any any back backpedaled. John. He's Canadian and they have like a free speech Speech type of council in Canada. You can be really heavily fined or have violations. Jordan Peterson was all. Into this and this is why he got in the news, so I think there's also some of that like but I. I agree with Angel. GimMe a break man so big! You Yeah, if you're eating bat in your in you help 'cause this problem. Screw you. Okay, I'm sorry it's not a particular type of person. It's just that individuals or individuals that do that doesn't make him braces just had a ran because he's bad, he's. A lot of people that are frustrated. Actually I got an email from someone and and I'll read a little bit later, but they're like I don't understand why. People aren't as upset about this I. Am you know some people handle this stress differently? Some people it's bothering. Different ways in different reasons, some people have family members that have died. who had co, but some people have no connection at all. Everyone's GonNa look at differently, so just trying to a little man just trying to that's the whole point of a guy like that guy who's got a voice. He's got a following. He could have done something really cool with this, and because of him, not being able to keep his composure. Now you're right. Everything that he was trying to articulate their gets D- deemphasize because of the apology, because the story now is about the accusation of being. Racist that. Having to walk everything back now takes the power of all the power that he had in that brief moment. Gas. It's that way I'm like Oh man he. He really said what he really thought in order to save his own ass. He just made some apology. Like he didn't mean. That's the you're right, but that's not good either. I know you never hear me back always I'll just stick with what I said and I don't care what I'm not apologize. I say, but but you know I. Guess if you're selling, you're trying to sell record still, and you're trying to get people to see you and you see this influx of people saying you're racist. I mean most people don't want to be considered racist. You know I mean that's you know because that's the that's the brand nobody really wants. Unless. You're a really good racist. then. Some. People can really get far. The COP. 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We haven't been down like you guys. You know we. We come to work every day. You know it's just a different thing. You know we are social. Distancing our people in our office are probably ten fifteen feet away from each other, but you know it and you know business as usual. But let me has had to affected your business. As far as the people you interact with the amount of time, you can go to court lately like there's gotta be a bunch of. Different right. Shut down a lot of them are shut down for emerged fish. But you know the insurance companies. The guys are working from home. So you know we're just catching up on all stuff we can do, but yeah. There's court going on right now, but there's a lot of work outside of that and the good thing. Is that our clients? You know they're calling us. They know there were open and You know you just keeping people happy all right very good so as far as Nerdy News I. Did you get that text I sent yesterday about that? about DC what. Does the, DC universe. The DC universe channel. Yeah Yeah. It's it'll be I I have a feeling like I told you that HBO Mac. Just take it over but there are all. It's interesting right now because you know. A lot of people aren't filming shooting anything right now that they've actually bought shows the channels like w bought swamping off of your birth to actually air on the CW because they have no other content right now. Well, I was going to ask you about the okay, so I signed up for the DC universe. You and I both liked to the show that they had on their titans, but there's nothing else on that whole DC universe. That's even worth watching, and but here's the thing I signed up to watch titan thing. I guess I thought it was coming back sometime soon. It doesn't look like it's ever. GonNa come back it'd be. You forget to call a cancel it and that's what they're. That's what they're hoping for. They're hoping you'll sign up. Forget the cancel. And I got this scripture DC. Universe and it's just I mean budget crap. I'm the same way with porn sites, man I'd probably have five or six point sites Brazilian booties, Black Brazilian booties, Hootie, booty, booty, booty, booty and forgotten. Like got a couple of videos on my okay, it is. It is worth twenty seven ninety nine per month. The Apple. TV I signed up for the Apple. TV At right because I wanted to watch the. Broadcast News thing with Apple TV. APP isn't a name of a black eyed peas member. No, no apple TV got got. Ryan and it had the. Spoon Jennifer Aniston Show, which is a pretty good show, but then after that there's nothing else on there. I'm but I'm still paying. For Apple TV, it's worth it's worth the subscription for the one month or whatever it is. You gotta take out the Beastie boys documentary. It's absolutely amazing, but you know what it is Russ. We're used to net flix pumping out. Like you know just pumping out a ton of content like you know, drug dealers like would just like. Give me more Netflix like here. He's six more shows as we his now the. King here's more than. Eventually. They're going to get ready to just like a good drug dealer does and we're going to be out of content. It's GonNa. We're GONNA have this content desert coming up pretty soon well plus which I know you love Jeff Coffin Disney plus I mean they keep putting out stuff and they announced yesterday. Yes early. They're going to put out Hamilton. Hamilton with the original cast now I actually had no interest to ever go. See it live, but I'll watch Disney plus is to see what everyone's talking about. I'm lazy. I don't like rap. I don't like wrapping I. Don't understand what they're saying you. You know, but the funny thing was the sister not touring I guess they said well. You know for seventy five million dollars. We'll be willing to sell out what did up. On July, fared seventy five million dollars to Air Hamilton. Seventy Food Yeah Oh. Yeah, it's the most. It's arguably one of the most successful Broadway shows ever, and here's the great thing I've never seen lin-manuel. Nobody has ever seen Linneman Manuel performed this live and less. You were there. You know, and so we're. Super at that time, or you got lucky and you got it on some of the first shows, but like my daughter and I are so excited. It's going to get played like crazy. It's smarter. Text will be. Made new. Very. Come over and watch Hamilton when. You come in the House and get your full Kobe. You Ain't come into my house. It's Boven, but he loved Hamilton, he's seen it twice and who? I'll be interested to see what you think about it Russ. I sat with an old lady when I went and and I and she compared to lady but as A Cute, Old Lady. And in the intermission. She was like what is happening. To me, they talk so fast I. Don't know what they're saying. You have, Jeff. Did you ever see Hamilton No but I sure as hell paid my family. Go see it. My daughter and my wife. They loved it, but I. I actually had to. It was I was supposed to be Hamilton and I don't want to remind you us, but it was it was. A weekend, your your parents, your your dad passed and. the seven hundred eight hundred dollar ticket went to somebody was sitting in line. He had no chance to go, and so somebody actually got to see it. Who you know loved home like I? Forgot. You're going down to Hamilton when my dad passed right Hobby Damn. Anniversary weekend. One of the greatest things I've ever seen live. I mean I also went in fully. I took you to a kiss concert do? Greatest. Thank. You was kiss in the old. I'm way Hey wrestlemainia. You had a bad memory third greatest thing I've ever seen. What else going on the Nerdy News Jeff. When we talk about Netflix and all the streaming services Netflix, it's also holds every amount of services from different countries like different shows, and I find myself addicted to watching these weird shows from feeding and Korea and places like that, but I normally would never see and I think it's a lot of good stuff up, but networks put out a movie that Chris. Chris House movie extraction that we talked about there was about two weeks ago. It was good. Well I'm not going to blow the end for anybody who hasn't seen it, but they changed the ending around because Let's say this. Their test audience hated the original ending, and I guess now. They know why they're doing it because they've already agreed to do the sequel. To the sequel has already been agreed to, so it'll. It'll be interesting to see what happens with that. What do you mean? What do you mean? They changed like so it was brought. It was A and. I. The ending I, don't I don't WanNa. Know the ending, but when I'm asking. This is like, so they put it out. There and people weren't like in the ending, they they. They they changed. Ending before they released it, so now they're. In yeah, it took us. But. Any genius could have said Hey. This endings not gonNA work for us if we want to do a sequel. So. Funny is I did a movie called Home Front and I'll never forget this, and it was the ending part of it they. Movie. James. Franko was the bad guy in it and Jason Stay. Exactly. They shot three different endings and one was. The director was like. In case they WANNA do sequel. This guy's GonNa live, and they had the bad guy live, or they had this person or the good guy living, and and they think about that. You know so. It doesn't surprise me. That they did that. I haven't seen it yet though it hasn't been something that I might want to sit and watch. Whatever that? Chris is the Michael Bay film. I mean. That's the best way to put it. There's a lot of action. I mean. You're not going to be bored, but I mean it's. It's just a lot going on. I enjoyed it like I did a lot of you know. If you looking for mindless things, you know one of the one of the good movies for it, and it's really interesting to see what. If I told you what the top streaming show is right now. I guarantee even Ryan couldn't tell me or do you think it is right now? I definitely could because it's dead to me. Which one is this one? Dead the one with the. Aleve or not, Rick and Morty. I'm actually paying for Rick and morty right now. 'CAUSE I cut the cables on the first time I've ever paid for episodes and it's definitely worth the to ninety nine every week. It comes out. But all the shows that people don't normally watch, and they're like Brooklyn, nine nine community, the good place people are starving and they're gonNA. Watch anything right now. That's why you know for example. I was talking about the Michael Jordan. Documentary and people. So why are they watching that no other sports? So. You'll. It's amazing, though it really is an amazing documentary, and you get to see the inside, a part of a guy that you never got to ever see before who is arguably I? Don't think it's arguably the great. The goat, the greatest basketball player of all time like Lebron James might be the king right now, but the greatest of all time is Michael Jordan. You Watch this documentary and it reminds me of the Egypt jet. Can you stick around for another segment because we were late? And and and I have some stuff when? Some nerdy new stuff I wanNA. Talk to you about, and you gotTa tell us who the Nerd of the week is and stuff. So can you stick around? Yeah no problem at all, okay, good all right well. Stick around because we've got some other stuff. 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I mean it's just a still, but I just. I think it's good. I mean the idea. They're trying to do a retro version of Batman. They're not trying to give you. The cod piece and others up. They WANNA. Get more of the vigilante. They WANNA take make more gritty and I think it's going to be really good Some of the news are a little. Little bothering me right now. They've stopped filming on Batman and I, guess the actor who plays the character Batman is choosing now I'm not gonNA work out I. Don't want it to be you know. He's tell off his workout. 'cause pulling off this and I. Don't know if I want. He's got an issue about taking his shirt off and stuff like that. Yeah. Yeah, the girl that's playing cat woman What's her name? She's. The daughter of Israeli credits. Thank you the. She's been working out hard for tat woman, but they asked the Robert. Patterns, and during this whole pandemic. Have you been really working out? was like Nah I haven't done anything. Like the costume doesn't all is what you said and but they also interviewed the Guy Andy. Is it circus? Circus Circus who is going to be Alfred and he said listen. This is much darker much Bruder Burr Bruder than any other Batman. You've ever seen before. It's almost like the joker and you kind of predicted. It would be like that right. Yeah. They're trying to put give you a different flavor for it because you've seen it so much, and they know campy doesn't work anymore and the Christian Bale Batman always work pretty well. They're trying to do a more street version of the Christian builders. Yeah so so that that was in the news that new photo. Maybe you could put that photo. People can see it. trying to find it. I just typed in Batman. For the new band suit Russ? How how do you feel or how does it you guys when you have a superstar like this guy who this is like the second or third time? He's just issued the whole thing of being Batman. At first, he didn't understand the mythology of all Batman and kind of spoke out of turn about that had to walk that back now. You know this is going to be one big action movies that everyone's waiting and he's like you know what the suit does it all like. He sounds a lot like he sounds a lot like Val kilmer yesterday Armor suit in the Batmans it always has muscles built into it so. I. Get that, but. What it comes off as the guys just like he's looking. It seems to me going into this news already looking for an out of playing this role and that's why I like been. Being Batman because he he worked at, he got in great shape for the. Most of that's. That's what Mimosa shoulders. Formosa gets in great shape. The Be Aquaman when you're playing a Superhero Carlos. You're an actor. When if you were gonNA play a superhero. Wouldn't you think you've got to get an absolutely incredible shape? Ever I would yeah, I mean. I totally would think that you would really focus on it and it just upsets like the people who really love it at the end of. They just lie just like. Twenty four hour fitness membership the gold membership, and I'm there all the time I don't even use the sauna or the massage chair I'm just strictly lifting heavy weight, and then get in the suit, and like you said you can't even tell the difference. Guess what guys. He's not really fighting crime or Not really fighting, evil. It's little shots that take about I. Don't know a minute to a minute and a half. And afterwards he goes to craft services and he eats a honey bun. Really is a Jeff, did you? We talked about this. Did you see the store with val? Kilmer and he finally he finally explained why he didn't continue to be Batman. Have you seen that yet? Yeah, I I don't really think. Val kilmer was the worst Batman. I think I think he played. It's not his fault. They wrote the story the way they did. I mean he's not responsible I. I think he played at the Batman he was. He was fine, but he's. He said the reason that he decided not to do. It anymore is because he got a call from Warren Buffet when he was filming. and he and he warned Buffett to bring his grandkids to meet him. Him and he's like all cash. Sure and so he stuck around in his costume, waiting around to meet the Warren Buffett's grandkids. The grandkids get there. They don't WanNa talk to him at all. They just want to sit in the batmobile and hit the buttons of everything and documents stand around like a clown and he's like at that point. He realize I'm never going to be Batman. This is ridiculous, which makes me. I mean I guess a lot of this stuff. I don't mean the hardest thing for me. When I when I see face, do something they pay a ridiculous amount of money to public relations, people to kind of feed them what they're supposed to do and not do and that when they say something really stupid then I to wonder if it's been reported accurately you. You know because sometimes they can take a word or two out of out. Of think he might have said Yeah. I've been working out, but you know I don't want to do that and they just take that back in. You know I I. Don't know if he's that stupid I mean he survived twilight? I mean why would he? You know the report is? Reports, he said no I. Haven't done one thing during this turned Nisa. Pandemic are who's The nerd of the Week Jeff? Well. You know what I'm loving about this. Anything's possible in this world right now. Sony, for example is pushing the idea of doing a spider verse movie, a live version with Tobey, Maguire, energy and Tom Holland, taking all the old spiderman and putting them in a live action movie that to me that would just be like the coolest thing, and I'm telling you the nerds all over the planet would just lose their mind if all of them showed up in the movie and I. Don't think was about I do I. Don't think that's a bad idea to be kind of cool. It would be budget. All the Batman being pulled in. You know for the last five years it. Oh, just to see what they would do it. I'm sure if you did a dark version of it I think he would work ridiculously wealthy all right well, it's it's when you need us. Dot Com. That's when you need US DOT com. Nine o'clock we can do legally screwed a legal question that you'd like to ask Jeff Kaufman all you gotta do is send it to me, and we'll ask that at nine. o'clock it's a windows dot com, and if you WANNA remember how to get hold, of Jeff Coffin, it's if you're in a fixed dial pound five four six. That's easy way to do. We'll talk to you later Jeff Okay. All right when we come back, we'll do trivia your chance to win some stuff, so get on the line for a seven, nine, one, six, one, zero four one. You're listening to the Macho the morning. What a real radio! Real radio. On demand. Find your favorite show at real. Radio DOT FM. Omar. tells. 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Father was an opium SM- I'm sorry this this movie stars mother was an opium smuggler and his father was a spy. What movie star are we talking about? Okay! I have no clue I'm GONNA. Just go with Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp is incorrect. Who would you like to help? This star is. I'm going to say on the same level is Johnny Depp. You Got Carlos that can help you, Carlos. This movie stars. Mother was an opium smuggler and his father was a spy. What Star are we talking about? And he said Johnny Depp and I said I think on the same plane and you guys will probably debate me on that, but I'd say the same plane as Johnny Depp what. Star we talking about? Is it woody. Harrelson Woody Harrelson is incorrect. Who Do you want to put up next car angel? I've next. We've got josh calling in from Sorrento Hey Josh. WHAT'S UP BUDDY? Hey Good morning guys. Here's your question. This movie stars mother was an opium smuggler and his father was a spy. What movie star we talking about? The first making the mind would be Leonardo DiCaprio Leonardo DiCaprio is incorrect. Who liked though it would really fit if it was because he he's cool, handsome and talented, and he was like yeah. By the way my mom smuggled opium. Your mom was just doing PTA meetings loser. Who Do you want to help? You Got Savannah. You've got Angel and Ryan homes. Let's let Ryan homes helped me out today. All right man. I. You can help Josh here Ryan This movie stars. Mother was an opium smuggler. That's a little bit of a clue. And Bonner Asia's a spy. Yeah! I'm going with Asian person because that's going to be I'm going to say check a chance oh gay. Jackie Chan. That's correct there. You Go, guys, you pull that one out Ryan Hall much like Bat Eater. It's code. Word for China, Hurson. Bryan Adams I'm. A man. Jeff Adams so, Josh. You're a winner. You get to promote employed whatever you want for a minute. It could be your business. Your favorite band your church. Wherever all? What would you like to say Josh? Well I could definitely give a shout out to my company. We just sit here Angelique last week. With the gutters I worked for the same company as them. Yes. We're listeners. I'm sure one of the guys is listening to shop right now. So what's up chip? She and she said she said you guys did an amazing job. She actually put it on her instagram or facebook, and you can see you cut her being able to cut around those i. don't know what you call them pylons. Whatever that she had That's go workman. One of our best installers actually did that job I was kind of jealous. You got to go out there, but they definitely sent the right guy. I'm a little bit below him, so it's all good Josh. What's the name of the company? signatures, seamless gutter. Man. And? You got to tell you why to clean out. Gutters is not fun, so the have those. Those things provide leafguard for that. You don't have to do that, so that's all. That's always an option to better do anything low maintenance. Yard, super. I think I would want some leaf guards. Snap him on there. You gotta you know Got Different Times depending on how good or song it'd be the best. Fit for each one, but yeah I clean off some gutters leave cards on it, and it makes it a million times easier digging. No aunts, no nothing like that. That's good. What what else do you WanNa Plug Josh? Well I just wanted to I don't really hurt. Nobody talked about it during the day. Make I'm sure people struggling out there with? Some sort of addiction, no matter what it could be I just kind of have a soft heart for for that right now and i. just wanted to let everyone know that there's avenues out there for everybody if they're struggling. Whether it's during the pandemic or not Help is out there, so I just wanted to everybody a little bit of hope this morning that they're struggling with something and let them know that it's GonNa. Be Alright. If you wanted to be on, it can be all right. That's very young man Josh. Out of the gutter for a second, and you actually help people. Cutter! There Josh Congratulations Buddy or put on hold. We'll get you that Marlins gift card. We appreciate you calling okay. So, you know what he's talking about was kind of the next thing. almost like I planned this, but did not talking about a lot of people sitting at home. You know pandemic and a lot of people have resorted to drinking a lot more alcohol I don't i. don't see in this particular list. people resorting to drugs in the list I I mean yes. It's food. The thing I was just about to say 'cause. Josh brought it up. Did I got chicken wings from chicken wing place right. I'm home by myself all the time watching. And I I had I had stopped eating chicken wings, because the my chicken wing addiction, right. Every day when I leave the House And and I love what I do you guys know that every day when I leave the house, I start thinking about how fun it's going to be when I get back home and I get to eat these chicken wings. Literally. As I as the day goes on, I'm like. Oh, I'm going to get some like I'm fainted, right? Or you get home by myself and eat like a pig, so just like two days ago I had to start on a diet again 'cause I weighed so much from this pandemic, and I had eaten more in this pandemic. Then I did the whole last year of my life. But it definitely is like a drug addiction like as Ivan Home I can feel my car. Start getting faster then when I get into house, I'm like. What they're doing a tied into what you're talking about Savannah. They're saying. A lot of people are doing different things to reduce their stress right now, and that's what's going on. People are stressed about certain things so different people do different things, and and I'm agreeing with you. That's what I do I eat too much, and that's been the. Problem Get that urge like you're really excited and you almost start sweating and you're like yeah about the kids to eat by myself. No one's GONNA. See it like A. It's going to be my little secret. That's why I rely on you guys confess my thing. I Open my little secret. I'll eat them right in public. I had wings, and you know that that they call it. boom boom sauce. They put on shrimp because. I had boom shrimp sauce on chicken wings, who that will change your life that that was pretty good, and I was like well. Maybe I'll just get five wings and next thing. I know I'm like man. Let me get twenty. Moment though like I, think this is what Savannah's alluding to where like you just feel so like you just so down you so down, and so then you just go to some rain fast food place, and you order like twenty of their sandwiches, and you just sit there in the parking lot in your own essence ram. He's just. Told you that story before. You? Remember your word. You feel so gross like like like. Wake up in the morning I'm like! Oh, I can't control myself. Why am I said you'll lose her. I better get some more. that. Make me feel better there, my friend. Cycle and then I really bad. Then you're like the morning you wake up. You're like you know what this is. It I'm Garner new transformation I'm going to lose a bunch of way. I'm going to get. And then by the afternoon, you like chicken, Wing. You got home from eating. The wings like well better go to the gym. Go into the gym, so I went into the you know the gym and worked out, but you went to the gym. Well. Your own Jim Jim and In the garage. Garage Jim, you know. Jim Weird. I don't know. How are you saying that weird? That? How do you say you go to the Jim? Jim That's. Emphasizing the G. Though you're saying like. Game People for whatever reason want to get on me about the way I say. Go to the GYM and I. Say Weird whatever. West Virginia accent. But to reduce stress according to this okay, and they did a poll around America eating wings or eating doesn't even come in the top like. Nine to ten flats. Yeah to reduce stress. I walk. Box I agree because they say the number one. What do you think the number? One thing they say Americans are doing to release stress. Age Of course goes right to while. Yeah Wacky Wacky. Wacky Wednesday. Of course, Their Carlos when you think one thing, they say Americans are doing to reduce stress. I with home improvement things. Improvement not in the top ten. What do you today? We'd actually but. CBD is that that kind of has now the two different than they get lumped in as the same thing, but CBD thc or two totally different things. That came in number ten using CBD was. Was it ten place? What do you think number one thing? Americans are doing to according to this stupid Paul. To release stress. Up or check tick. Tock, no. Sex is number nine having more sex is number nine, so you're on the board? What do you think? Ryan To. Reduce Strategies Stress Rangeland drinking already told you was in fifth. Place On the board. Never one thing they say people are doing is exercising and I say that's bull. That's. Why I feel like I, see more people out and about riding bikes and walk. Yeah, I, really do. Well lows. We went out the other day. Like Damn. There's a bunch of people in the neighborhood. I've never seen out and go to the store. There are zero bikes available. There are like it's. People are at least attempting and I. Know I'm trying to do it. But does it really reduce your stress reducer? Stress Absolute. That's not against Peleton I got on there for a little bit after I did some other stuff and you when you get on, and then after you get off your like you always feel better. Yeah, absolutely the blood pumping out. You say you should say you always feel better. Feel better after I worked out. I'm really. Sore. But that's a good kind of sore. That's the Sorta let me let you know you. Put some work into. Thing, the the number one thing our our official should be pushing out is to take care of your body that overall, because that's the people who are surviving this people who are in better shape than than others, the number two thing they say. Reducing stress is I'm down with, and that is forty. Two percent of Americans say to reduce stress. There are watching more TV now. Man With that that sounds. Down all I watched dead to me. Yesterday. I think on episode six or seven. That's really good with Christina applegate, and the girl that you did the TV show with blood line. I forget her name, but. She's in dead to me and UH. avengers kinds of stuff and then sleeping carded delaney sleeping is in third place as far as reducing stress Savannah. So I, have like you know you guys know I like to punish myself right so i. go through this cycle of like eating too many chicken wings. Then I have to punish myself during the day. So there's There's this one spot at work that that you can only use a ladder to get to because like two stories down. Like down so in order to punish myself for as much eating as I've been doing I won't use the ladder. To climb and every time I'm climbing, I have to feel how heavy I am. Drag my big back big ass up out of that in closure. Because I used to be able to do it easy peasy right, but now I got a bunch of extra pounds I got lift up. Yeah, you got a bunch of hot cage and RUB wings sitting in the belly then. How do you like your wings? Tell me about that. right now. I'm stuck on Caribbean Jer and mango have a narrow. Do you know how many times we have had this wing conversation? It has up here. We we think in shack is cool the wings. What other thing! Bryan Adams Songs National Beer Day, but I'll add in guess what we didn't. Mother's Day Air Fryer. Air Fire Wings Oh. All. In Orion in Angel, I know you guys watch know. Savannah does that. We got the hot one sauce looks Kellyanne. Got that from my wife She loved it for Mother's. Day was one of the gifts and we made it and you know what I'll be. It was fantastic I. Pay Twenty seven dollars for fifteen wings anymore I was telling. You need to get an Air Fryer, because you can make your wings in your air fryer and it's kind of fun and I think you'd like it. But I don't want to be my wings I. Want someone else to Savannah I swear. We had been hesitating. We'd been putting it off. The Air Fryer had been sitting and building up the hotel. We had wings ready. Go Okay one day. We're going to do that airfare one day we're going to do. And it was so easy. We just optum in there. You put them in you. Time it. You pop it out Utah Cement sauce like you're some cool ownership and. Next thing, you know, you've got delicious sauce. Hey, by the way. That we give you a little hint. Air FRYER and you're putting on your your rub or whatever on your wings use us a little bit of baking. Baking powder that will get Chris crispy. Do. You do that do. A Savannah I think, Jeff. How is going to try to call in on your line? So we got we got his. Second. Then said. One hundred thousand times reminding the Chicken Wings Song. You guys don't know the chicken wings song now. Talking about does he. Not I'm hungry now because you guys were. Chicken Wing One hundred times in the last five minutes between the Bible view. Salivating at the mouth ridiculous, so you to play some random song has the word chicken wings commute was on, I was doing it for the break. I looking to show you guys me, brushing my teeth or the rake. Because I thought that might get to use visa how we can do that during the break when we come back, we're going to check in with Jeff how we haven't talked to him since the since the pandemic. And I can't believe it didn't get him. I don't. Really. have. There's hope for all of us. So. We're talking to Jeff how. And I'll tell you the other things that people are doing to reduce stress. A lot of people are stressed out right now and so we're going to check in with over nerd we're going to. We're going to also give you that keyword that could help you win a thousand dollars and savannahs going to brush your teeth during the breaks only takes A. I'm a good heat. Shot. And that's that's during the break on our Youtube Channel Radio Mantra. It on Youtube. Don't go anywhere. You're listening to the mosh morning back jet. How Savannah? Go ahead. Is from. Ghana College. Kids. You've already. Seen. AM. Sound going to be tonight, you could. Say. Win One thousand dollars is just. On Real, Radio One on One! Hey good. To see you when the thousand dollars we've given away eight grand so far you could win that thousands of good luck to you to see a win. It you know you try now or all day long right after the monster. You've got the news junkie, and then after that you got the Jim Colbert show, so you got changes all day to win. A one thousand dollars was up, guys. I'm restaurants along with Carlos at Angel Ryan Home Sedan on with she with brushing her teeth during the break that was nice and all the way from nineteen, twenty, seven, his first. We've got Jeff. How on the line with us? Jeff. How are you able to get your your picture in black and white? How is that even possible? I didn't know you could do that. Is a deal. you know I. Don't like spend money. So I ordered a camera on email. I needed to go pro. Go Pros. You're like big money. So, I ordered. This is a Sika. There's something Sika. Sika it's Japanese or Chinese. came in black and white and black and white ever Shan't. Okay, it's cool I. Like it actually. It's cool I'm glad it fix you. Bitch bike. I forget. I do watch Turner Classic Music Movies, and I I love the old old movies, so the black and white I love it and Yeah, I just I'm just happy to be here. As. I missed you. I'm glad you glad you zoomed in. You still have that cow's head. In Your House I, that's the one thing I remember about your house. Last time I was probably fifteen years ago. and. You move that into the bedroom so that way it's in the shot I. Love the way you thought that out. Thank you very much. I appreciate that I. Moved into the bedroom so so girls that I bring home. We'd have something to be interested in. How does it feel to be interviewed by this hot morning show? I've never done a interview before. This is great. I'm a little bit nervous. Balance is urging right now. Interviewing interview. Kerr. But I got exciting things going on in my life. I can't wait can't wait to hear. Yes, well, we haven't seen you since the pandemic. Actually I think the first day that we weren't allowed to have anyone in the studio I had to tell you ain't listening to us. You can have studio and you're on your way down. Yeah, you know. It's crazy, but I got plugs. No words. Still wearing at. Ya I I just Yeah I. Remember that that was a fun day. Well and you still at that time. You still had some gigs gigs to do even when they were telling people not to do you still. Going on. I had the Ochoa ant farm festival. I actually the one that. I came. that week it canceled on me like five minutes after I left the studio. Well that's a waste of gas right there. And then the other one that I had was in Saint Pete and it was. It was big money. I mean there's big money is probably about quadruple. What I normally and It was for an convalescent home. and. They said they said like half the people have died already, and the other half are going to die before you get here, so. I thought about you a lot during this thing. I'm curious your thought process on this. I keep thinking good things. Jeff just forgot about the bar because I had the bar during this. been done anyway right. It would have killed me. Yeah, kill would've killed me. the that would have been. You know just one of those things. Where if it did turn out my partner, come up with his money and run it like he should have run it. Worked in the right way and we were making buddy. We would still be in that that whole where you still owe you know you. Oh, so many people money, and you're still you're not. You're not seeing the profit. You know the first two or three years, yeah. And then if this would hit, it would've put us on with just broke my heart so good. I've worked hard early. That's what I like to say. Thank you saved a lot of money by by failing early? Fast. I gotTA. Say my yeah. I don't know I. can you hear me on the micro and I? Don't know why. Hang up your phone. Hang Up, you're. Really Phone. Ryan worked out. He had a hard wire on. His phone is from nineteen sixty five. He has a twenty-one wireless. Jack you still have A. Way For. You. Hear me. Okay, okay. I'm. GonNa! Hang up their phone, okay. Now. Good okay, so you have a? Pup you get a regular phone like like a like a hard wire phone like they used to in the old days Oh hell. Yeah, hell! Yeah, well, you know I. Don't spend money unless I absolutely need to. And I got this phone at a garage sale in ninety eight. I want to have an intercom so I can talk to my other phone. Lot of young listeners now up and coming monster fans. They need to see what that phone was like. They probably never saw one in their life. Was Landline phone look. Got Hold on I got. UNPLUG it. Knock off now. Think I'm just. Use Ban. New Segment Internet, with grandma. That's a regular. That's an old time phone. Cool Man. That's newer than I thought. It would be to be honest. Well upgraded. I'm on the. I'm on the Honeywell. Honeywell Fan Club. So. That gone through your mind a lot like you watch other people with bars and restaurants and stuff like this. I have you thought yourself man? I'm so glad that. Absolutely absolutely you know what even I will tell you this. Even if we were making money, you know up until the corona thing even if the came around making body. It's a hell of a business I'll be kicks your ass. And of course doubled. Kick my ass because we were losing money and Oh. My God I was just I was just dying, so I'm so glad to be out of that. The you know not dealing with the people that was with yeah. Life is so much better now now. Pours. Could you imagine if they would come view and told you that you only have twenty five percent capacity in your barn. You'd like I would love to have twenty five percents. That would double my crowd. So? We haven't talked to Jeff we don't know. Tongues for no mask guy. Where allows your? Okay. Play music behind for some reason. Anybody was questions Carlos throwing everybody off with his little the? Time music makes it better. Trust me. Was this jeff how. Do you call. Can you hear me at all? You can amy Mechanicsville Banda which is. That's good now. He's asking if. He's asking if you are a mask guy, do you wear a mask when you go out or do? They'll yeah no I. Wear a mask everywhere. Yeah, in fact, the other day I went out to Walgreens and I forgot to us and. I was I was kind of upset with myself, but I said I'm just going to go in and just gotTa. Get some vitamins I'll come back out and there was an old guy in front of me. You ever seen those people with osteoporosis or whatever been over. Ninety degree angle yeah. Well anyway he was been over, and he looked like he was having a hard time, so I helped him get his grocery stores car. He didn't have a mask and there was a lady, his age in the passenger seat asleep. Like this, she didn't have a mass and he goes. I've talked this stuff and he goes to I. Tell me how Old Lady is right there. I said I I can't Doodo you go. Out Up fifty years old, he goes Philippines. He opens the door. She's dead, asleep. She's dead asleep. That's what they say about neighborhood Alabi. She's dead asleep and he goes. Sleeping Agnes Agnes. He goes. Tell them how old your she goes hundred and one and then right back. Didn't so anyway. I said look I gotta go. Thank, he goes gotTA. Tell you you're a said. That's so kind of you to do this sports and I said well. Thank you God. Bless you and he goes. You're beautiful man. I went. Thank you and he goes not face. Better right and had some music behind. I think that anyway. Wear masks every time I go out every. It's a construction construction bass, and it's really tight, so it gives me kind of the the chipmunk Kinda thing right here, but I wear every so with the lesson was the last time you played out in a for an event or probably the bars or anything but. It had been six weeks. It had been since March march fifty almost two months since March fifty. Yeah, that was hilarious Gig but all of a sudden Monday when everything opened up I started getting calls, so actually played the Claremont. Brewing company last Saturday Okay Great and it's outdoors. It's outdoors. I can't afford bands inside now. Because of one hundred percent thing, but outdoors they're more space than its is safer by God logic played outdoors. listening busters Bistro this Friday on the patio. Who seven to ten so other starting to come back, but in the meantime I've just been doing my livestream and it's. Really. We're talking about the livestream now. You're doing that tonight and we're, GONNA. We're GONNA. Talk about that here in a minute and also, and you could see him at busters Bistro in Sanford, and that's the Saturday this Saturday night all right. We'll take a little bit of a break okay. Jeff House GonNa. Stick around with US stick with us. I don't know if I can. Okay. All. Right you got you you didn't. You didn't add that much to the interview so. I. It's like the first time. Ever got to talk to anybody separate walgreens. Screens these screens magic. Hello, everyone, and the Jim House in black and white is the most perfect thing. Trust me I know you guys make fun of this, but just look at screen and listen. It's so much better. Oh this. Tried collar. This is good this. Is. It hides nipple shadows. We'll be back with hounds. Van and everybody else don't go anywhere. You're listening. It's an interview, yes. They will tell you this, but your pets are pretty lonely when you leave worries. Just say Alexa. Four point one on iheartradio. We went. Live channel remember you're. Ready or not? Weird. Going on over there yeah. Right rank he's got. He's got strokes of brilliant sometimes but. A lot times a little bumpy road. You, sir, I think we're good now. Welcome back to the MOSHERS radio, one four point one I'm restaurants with Angel. WHO's got his hands up like this? On phone lines right now. No, you don't need anybody on the phone line. I got it. Okay all right. So we do have Savannah we got. Carlos you there. Yeah Yeah. We got a ride home and Jim. How Right? Watson. That on the microphone. Jeff Jeff Little. Eateries lately your. Radio stations used the zoom audio. Think. Doing right now. Yeah, well. That's how most people have been doing it all along well. I didn't know that because this is my first interview. So, we tied jet. How and sometime actually since? The first person I had to tell hey, listen. You can't come in was at how? And then after that we moved to to my house, and I met my house with Ryan Homes Savannah's at her house. Carlos, it his Jeff, how and his house and then angels back of the radio stations were all in different places, and a lot a lot of places. We're doing that, but you know you make your living off of going and playing bars and stuff and. Play music and stuff and you have to be able to do that, but I have seen that. You've been doing something on facebook and. Basically like A. Would you call like a little mini concert? Yeah many console! I said it for an hour killed because of course concert I. That's my concert. It's. It's popular. No it's. Yeah. It's supposed to be an hour, but you know me. I'll just go along so usually ends up being two hours. It's really fun and. We're having a blast I usually get anywhere from from about one hundred and thirty two two hundred people for two hours so I'm happy I did. It was great man I. I was in there. The other day in lost it. Again province probably. Back airbags! And he looks muted online, but. This. Yes. Raisins I again two hundred people for two and a half hours. That's a big achievement. Thank you very much well. It was my first concert. So, jeopardy are charging the people like. How are you making a living doing that? No No, no, I'm not charging. The people what I'm doing is I'm selling homemade jars of blue cheese. Over the Internet. I can't can you get it on pay, pal? You Chat you can get on pay pal. You can on pay. Pal and I couldn't call it the. I wanted to name it after my mother. She said No. No, don't do that, so I named kind of named after me and it's. itself and not as well as audit would, but it's selling pretty good. What did you? What did you call the blue cheese? I, call it A. Jeff's white and creamy. In pretty well, no! No. No No. No I'm not I'm not doing the blue cheese thing that was joke. That was common. So, did you? Did you win a perform a song? Give people like example of what they can here tonight if they go to. At might not be a good idea walkman. Here now. They might not tune in at seven. So what we did get a little taste. Just like give them a little bit okay. That's an excellent idea Ross. It's like a little bit of Utah Right here. Great idea. Yeah I can't hear you I. Can't hear callers either he's he's on. Okay he's on. Great. Job Nine. That Ryan is this his first interview? That's awesome how you doing great so? What you do a little tune here. Nine. This actually wrote when when back in the day when I was still employed at the station. Twenty five years ago I Rust made me deal east laid out play one of your regional song. You're serious original song once a week. If you do comedy song once a month and how it? And I did it was go away. Did the tuttle you know they don't want to be a boudreau lot? And then finally one weekend it was Monday. It was time for us on Sunday before holy, I haven't written some so I just started thinking about it and came up with this when I did it. It wasn't really a funny funny song, but I did right in the first time ever get. It was on the show, so you ready. A Great interview. Just imagine drunk. Tree Le We've got. Dole. PRI. Things and Just Up. To fight lack of. Shaking Samantha? Really doesn't up my concentration. People. Up. Shoes zoning. There's an example of this an example of what you'll get tonight. There you go. Hey, if people so, people do want to watch tonight. They want to join the gym. How concert How how do they do that Jeff? Well, it's this will be my fifth concert tonight. So this is I'll give you think it's Wednesdays with Jeffrey and JC my son plays with me in tonight and featuring Chris Dawson on fiddle, but the way you get to it. Is You just go to face if you're on facebook? Go to Jeff How News Jeff, how old music and it'll be the first thing you scroll down your way at seven o'clock you wait till you see that little rectangle with the red live in the corner, and then you just click on that. You're there so Jeff Howell music on facebook at seven to nine Wednesday night Wednesdays with Jeffrey Way. The same why it's on the facebook will. I guess if it doesn't say loud than you're watching the recording. Accurate lays yeah. Oh, absolutely, absolutely! Yeah, see I. Watch it all the time I'm all. New To facebook. Concerned about. No no no I'll tell you all about facebook. I'm really I'm. I'm an old ship. Out Your. Friends. ANYBODY ELSE! Each other I heard that was a good. Actively. Show you. All. Right. Let's go to break. Jeff in Savannah in the morning song, this is a great interview. I can hear low snow. Colored Lines here. Her. Boss. You're just shaking your head. To the March Lord. Thank you. Hey thanks for listening to the Audio. Broadcasting Live on Iheartradio I'm Russ rollins along with Angel and Carlos Ryan homes and Jet House still with us. They Jackie, so they're they're. Very good and Savannah had to run to work, but she one meter. Remind you guys to make sure you watch school of Crock today. She didn't tell me what it was because she was snuck. Tell you it's a secret, but at ten o'clock school of Crock. It's going to be at the gator land facebook page. She's got something special for you today so check that out. If you get a chance on the gator land facebook page so Now you're back on your phone. Yeah! It seems the other thing didn't sound is good. I think Savannah's clapping. Enter Dancing probably through some g voices over the Internet. I don't know if you can hear the song real well. The song sounded great. That's. A Line I can do another one. Hang on a a second. Can you hear that? We were talking earlier about things that people are doing to reduce stress during the the pandemic you have you been stressed at all during the pandemic. Nearly besides no money coming in. That is. That that can be stressed. No, actually you know, here's the deal. It's almost like It's almost like hey, you go to prison, and then you come out of prison and you go to a restaurant and somebody's giving you a hard time at the restaurant and go. Hey, man, where can you do to me I've been to prison, so I owned a bar unsuccessful bar for two and a half years. It was painful, painful painful, but. That was. Used up my lifetime supply stress. I'm fine now allows. Or Fine Yeah. You're not Y- you ever since I've known you? You've been a guy that's always had money you always. had money. You were the guy that everyone would come to to borrow money at money and your sock your and so for you to have this time where you're stressing about money at the very different role for you, isn't it? It's horrible. Thank good. Good. You know it's funny, because yeah, that's the thing that's one of the things that made me so mad about doing the deal that I did with that bar just I went in with the wrong people. It was just and because when times are tough. That was Kinda when I showed up. Help people out and you know. Of course I just gave bug the money. Wasn't lynching, then you know. Like You know that was well I'm not that Guy Anymore? I, you know I. Try when I can, but I just got it. You Know I. Just I lost it all so well only bars, it says here the people dealing with stress. The number one thing they they did in the country was exercise How Much Exercise Jeff Have you done? During the pandemic well, I've been going back to the fridge and back forty times a a and. Okay. That's older comedy. That's black and white comedy. A lot of people been doing that Jeff Yeah. Yeah, no, actually I did buy a stationary bike and I do I do about thirty minutes I do ten minutes enables, and I tried to go as fast as I. K for ten minutes stationary everyday bike. Station stationary bike like the old ones with the big wheel in the front and the. Back. I can imagine you having that that strap you put around your back. Yard! It doesn't fit anymore. So Carla's number four on this list was meditation. Yeah, what people are doing to deal with? That's something. Do you still do the meditation absolutely I try and do it every single day. It is super super stress relieving and just to take a moment to shut everything off. I tried to do it in the morning. I try and do some Do you cross your legs and sit in a room like girls? Sometimes I you know Peleton has a meditation series. I do that, and then actually before the show I'll sit. Make everything quiet even if it's for five to ten minutes, but meditation is Super Important. Not The hippy dippy thing that people wanNA think it is. It is literally a clearing of the mind, and you feel a lot better afterwards. I highly recommend it to everybody to every single person out there and so yeah I, I've been doing a lot of meditating visualization lot affirmations, yeah! I just started doing that yesterday. Meditation. Yeah, and I will tell you that it blew my mind. I couldn't believe for 'cause I tried it before, and I never could shut my brain off and I did it yesterday for whatever reason I just concentrated on counting well, the breath was coming in counting, while the breath was going out, and I was concentrating on the numbers. I did it for ten minutes, and I couldn't believe how good I feel. That wasn't like the biggest buzz in the world. Jet, that's good, dude! What you? What you just said is important. A lot of people think meditation is that you shut off your mind? That's Never GonNa Happen your bill to continually be going. It's just about listen the breathing. Thing that you just did is very good. Just focus on breathing and just to have your mind just focus on a very simple thing. Our minds are running non. There are analyzing. They're talking about every issue and if you don't know I'm done. I always say people are our minds are like computers, and and when you don't shut off your computer and I'll ask people. When's the last time you sat with? Your eyes closed for ten minutes, and and focused on nothing but breathing and people I'd never done that, and it's our monitor computers every now, and then we got shut off the computer and I'm glad you did that. Jeff, it's is. What made you start at Jeff? Then sound like something you would do. I have a friend that I'm not GonNa say his name and everything, but he's he's. He's having a lot of trouble right now. He's having a lot of stress and I would say. I was telling about meditation I said Look I don't know anything about it, but I hear good things about a debate, especially people and so I, said well. You know what let me just try it and see what it's like and here's the benefit that he does for me. Okay? I'm not stressed strategy. I mean I'm molly stressed because of this situation, but with the thing that it did for me was. I've taken a nap every single day since I was fifteen years old. Okay I've that's just my daughter being a musician musicians. Take like two three hour naps. 'cause I, just hit the wall and I. Just I gotTa Lay Down I did ten minutes and I didn't have to take it out now. I wasn't ready to run a marathon, but I. it gave me energy again. I felt good. I wasn't tired. Tired and I just said okay. I can get stuff done and boy if I can get those two hours in the middle of the day. Jack Life is good. What you just said is another important thing. They've proven by research. that meditation is a better recharge for your mind than actually taking a two hour. NAP Our now. If you just sit there and allow your brain, because it's always going to slow down a bit and try it today, you should try today us I think you'd really enjoy especially. You've got a lot of things going on in your life, you sit down and just allow yourself to have that time for yourself, and it's not burn incense. You don't have to be shocker. Amuse what what if I want to? Do it, but my doing I'm GONNA do I'M A. Man. I, Burn Incense. I go on Youtube and I find a shocker music. Music and then you sit there, and you just allow yourself to relax, and it is very very powerful. What is that? Call a Centaur or something? that. Talk. Kim, you actually use you guys turned me onto. Those relaxed melodies fleet. Use River water. Yes, that's good hill that is. Making when p all night long. If I could recommend anything to anybody in. Not, even even more than working out of course, sleeping is good is take that time for yourself to your mind to calm down. I Know Ryan transcendental meditation for for many years and you I'm sorry meditating. On done it for a long time, and it does actually work it all sounds like who we and young. When you go to the meetings to learn how to do it it all sounds ridiculous, but the simple fact of the matter is straight up work. Fits on this list, and that was thirty seven percent of Americans during meditation, and it's helping them. And then in fifth place is drink more alcohol. I've been doing that one. Day I recommend it. A it actually got you guys married on. Friday night. With lots of Tequila Jeff we I thought of you and I think I was texting. That's the reason I think we decided to have you come on. We went out and we went to a place. It was in a parking lot, so we were social distancing, and all that they had a steel drum player, and I and I'm sitting there going I for some reason. The only person in my life that I know that Hate Steel Drum is Jeff. How how the Hell can you hate? This beautiful sounds A. Steel drum well, it's it's not the steel drum. It's the people playing it all. This was a nice guy I'm kidding I'm kidding. The Steel job. It's kind of like. Every now and then you can run into somebody. That doesn't like the taste of chocolate. Don't know why they don't like the taste of chocolate. They just don't like chocolate. My chocolate in this case is steel drums I hate them. Do, you feel like the steel drum isn't a real instruments. No, not at all I appreciate their talent like I would appreciate Yoyo Ma on cello or you know or. Yeah. That is Kinda funny, but the the sound just does nothing for me. In fact, it Kinda Ernst me a little bit, and I appreciate the Dallas that he takes to play it and what? The the the do did a rendition brown eyed girl, and it was like the best one ever heard. It if he could take it and I never have to play it again. I'll be happy man. You said you can't take the sound of the steel drum yet. You're the same man. The invited Boudreau on stage play washboard. Make sense of that out. Yeah, I would tell you I. did not invite Boudreau on this. On the stage because he was bubbas manager. I've made some stupid business moves. That's a daily. Okay other things that people are doing to. Relieve stress during the pandemic. In sixth place is playing games at home. I'm GonNa what? Would you do solve the problem, but it doesn't matter. Go ahead, okay. I was thinking about. Playing Games at home at Superfund Man I. I play a lot of magic the gathering We've been yes magic the gap gas she loves she loves it and we play that and then we play. A lot of niche board games like there's one where it's about trains. Okay, and you get these various trains and you've got to build train tracks across the united. States, let's full. Yeah, and you can cut people off and like you'd be trying to come railroad mogul. What's? But planes, trains and automobile. Off. The top of my head. Okay, we haven't played. We played some games. We played some Django. We played Yeti in the Spaghetti. We played. Guess who and that's what the family and it's been a lot of fun, but what we've got. Is. Puzzles and guess what you can't find a damn puzzle in a store at all. When I went to pick up some things like Oh. Let me pick up a puzzle because my and my daughter and I really do it. Gone, so I got I got an order on Amazon or Facebook keeps sending me like Oh. You can get this Batman puzzle. You know you can get this kiss puzzle. They keep sending me, but I know soon as I order on facebook. It's going to be three months for it comes. Probably coming from China. Came from. Which really what do you plan now? What about the! Solitaire. Jacks. Played Jack's with your buddies. Jacks. Play Dominos. We played. Lose pretty popular. I believe. Play scrabble. Didn't we play scrabble on that trip to? When we went to Memphis, we played. I don't like it was. Here's the deal. Okay and Savannah Beechy right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, here's the deal. I studied in school I paid. Attention made great grades. I remember stuff I have a good head for Trivia. I feel like I'm a very smart man and Savannah Beach you at scrabble. Every single time I'm ready to kill that person I seriously. That made me some impact. You brought it up interviews. I'm not calling. Hamas. They argued from from from Jacksonville to Memphis Tennessee. Because they're playing scrabble, it's Savannah. We come up with words. That Jeff said wasn't words and then. The the only word I learned during helping was thought up yet, Fox. Jeff swore FOP Orie was a word. We didn't have a dictionary and we were all like no. We've never heard that that's stupid. Turns out word. Workshops Fox, not a word, and so guess who I used as my backup. So, everybody went out. BUBBA, know anything anyway. Yeah, it's it. It made me mad at somehow or another she can see letters and make them just go to words I just I'm amazed at it, but it's kind of idiot savant type Dallas she. She beat him every game Carlos Santana. And he kept trying and trying. He got so mad. Question because there's a way to be good at scrabble without having to be smart like she like people know the two word combination. She knew how to. Make sure. That's A. that's the tricky version. Play you gotTA BE SMART. Point you tricks and Hacks, you can do to be good at scrabble counting cards during. Gotcha okay. We're good feel better now. During long long, words I'd be like okay maybe now. Incident. She will do some long words I won't say. She's not a dummy, but she did wall. Okay. Once again I'M GONNA get to this list of the the to reduce stress. Some of you might WanNa. Use Somebody's playing games. One calling her texting friends and family haven't talked to in a long time I've done a lot of that. You know cards. Have you talked to anyone that you? You know maybe hadn't talked to her in a while? I haven't I texted some people that hadn't talked to you in a while, because that's concerned about them, because their businesses are live venues, yeah, and restaurants. I've I've texted them and then a couple of buddies of mine we we stay in A. A talking through a couple, different apps like the Marco Polo App and stuff like that but long conversations on the phone, not to me. That's an angel budget. Take, it'd be texted anyone or contrary everyone that you normally normally wouldn't. I've gotten more conversations with the crew. Guys you know. My circle of guys were touching base with each other more frequently. No one out of like the crazy crazy past that I can think of Yeah Jeff, do you keep in touch with people by texting them? No No, I Yeah, I I've been thinking about it because you you would think. I'd have a ton of time, but actually I dove into this video thing I know a little bit about you, but I know nothing about video in fact I texted Ryan for a couple of days ago on. He'll be held up and he did. He helped me a lot. He gave me the INS and outs and you over the stream labs and things like that, but it. It was a learning curve, so I'm just been real busy with that, so no I haven't really texted her or talk to anybody. Did you know you're getting a black and white camera? When ordered hit like like? No I'm telling you the Chinese some false advertising because it looked camera color on their advertising. Because it would drive me crazy. The everyone else has a color beautiful digit. At the wrong window, because on Youtube, it looks on point because added a bunch of silent film effects Oh. Yeah so it looks the globe. Globe We. We could see your globe. That's still has Czechoslovakia. You kids. Your kids watch it on youtube correct. Yes. Good. Encyclopedia Globe. Saturday! Encyclopedia who still has an Encyclopedia Britannica? Janika or is it some off brand Britannica? That's comptons right there. We never heard enough. Yeah. Good. I'm missing him Indian on it, but all the rest of their. So what happened to those? I don't know I think. My son took him to school in sixth grade, and they never came back, which is amazing because they had internet at school, but being my son he took the encyclopedia. Encyclopedia to someone now. That they might not even know what that is. You mean googled I agree with you I. Think people would go I i. don't know what that is. That's something new. Yeah, romance jet if they want to watch it tonight as you perform, how do they do it? Are you go to? FACEBOOK and you? You just search Jeff, how music? Music at seven o'clock. To see the black and white rectangle with the word lie then read. And Click on watch Windows Wednesdays with jeopardy. Okay good talking to you. Geoffrey! Next week. All you guys so much this one. This was the best interview I've ever done. All right listen your chance to win a thousand dollars. It could become coming up. Listen for that keyword. You could win a thousand dollars. We'll do legally screwed Jeff Kaufman when we come back if you have a legal question. I need them I didn't I didn't actually get any. We were talking to how I didn't collect any legal question. For Jeff, Coffman Texas to us now at seven, seven, zero, three, one, seven, seven, zero, three one. You're listening the macho morning. The radio station the other radio stations listen to. Real Radio One, hundred four point one. Well as question anyone have any questions for Jeff. Kaufman and we got a ton of them. Game in left and right appreciate you guys being there. Welcome back to the modules the morning already one four point one. Thank you for making us the number one morning show in town. We do appreciate that I'm rollins along with Carlos and Angel Ryan homes and Jeff Coffin with us now, and now he's now. He's at work. UP IN UP IN IN ORLANDO. Traffic in downtown Orlando Now Jeff I. I haven't been out of my house for other than to go to a couple of little places, but as far as being downtown Orlando hasn't been there since this whole thing started. How is it down there? It's picked up. I think. It's up about twenty percent from last week, so it took me about an extra five ten to get into that, so yeah things are things are coming back solely. Now Jeff Kaufman is a personal injury attorney, but he does handle other things when we do this. Legally screwed question a lot of time you. It's other things other than. Personal injury, but if you need him for personal injury, it's inefficient style, five four six pound, five, four six. Or when you need US DOT com, here's one of the questions that we got and I'm curious what you say about this, said, please ask you have Kappen this. I'm in the middle of a divorce, and it's been going on for over a year battling back and forth I currently found a new girlfriend and pitchers are starting to be posted on facebook and I'm wondering if that's a problem with the divorce, so it's been over a year. He got a new girlfriend and he's saying pissed. pitchers going up. Is that a problem? In divorces. I like to say. Don't poke the bear you know. Don't you know even though you're allowed to do whatever you want to do, the best thing to do to keep your legal fees and everything out. They keep your head down. Don't argue over silly stuff and try to get it done as quickly as possible. Now I know because of the corona. You know think some courts of slowed down. A lot of this stuff is drug out because you guys can't agree on the simple thing. So I would just try to not allow animosity to get to you if you're posting pictures of your girlfriend, who's twenty years younger than your wife? You're going to have a problem, so try try to avoid poking the bear. How much does the social media facebook twitter all this? How much does that really come into play in a court proceeding, or if you have to actually go in front of a jury or something like that is all that admissible? All of its admissible, the thing about divorces that Florida's a no fault state, so you could be in love with a monkey, and they're not even come into the divorce unless they're trying to keep you from your kids. So you know you can't get there. No cheating any of that other stuff that comes into a Florida divorce. Here's another one now. Be Directly. Hate wrestling big fan of show. Could you please suggest Kaufman? If. There's any help or advice for to provide for a grandparent visitation rights in Mobile Alabama I know he is mentioned. He's licensing. States I'm not sure which ones if so please I'd like to call him a afterwards. But but can you do stuff like that like to help somebody get visitation rights if you're a grandparent. normal normally. Grandparents don't have as a tasting rights, but judges will do what's in the best interest of the child because they don't want to you serve parents rights. Let's say the parents. Let's say the grandparents treated the parent really badly and the parents like no, you can't see the kids because you. You Affect my ability to parent child, yes, you can make that decision, but a judge can say that it might be in the best interest of the child in certain circumstances like if they had spent a ridiculous amount of time, or they had raised their grandchild for a period of time but a lot. Lot of times you know judges are going to let the parents make those decisions on dissipation Angel Question for Jeff Coffin. Get hold of him at when you need us. Dot Com. This one's interesting in coming in on the texting. Thank you guys so the P. loans that were doled out for small businesses, and it looks like a lot of you know we. We heard some the story. sossamon stories of bigger businesses, taking advantage of that and jumping in and cl- claiming that money using all that money, and there's no money. There left for small actual small businesses. Does that business owner have any recourse? Well! They opened up another three hundred forty seven billion dollars right. Here's here's the issue. If you run your business and I have friends of mine all the time to tell them, and they want to own their business. You gotta be on your stuff. For example. the reason why people do not get. Those loans is because they didn't get those documents in in the first two days or three days the minute you find out your suffering and that there's limited. You've got to go after something. You can't just hope that things are still going to be available. No, you cannot go back and sue. These businesses they were. Able to get. No, you can't see the government over this. You didn't get it. There was only so much money they even knew that from the beginning. They said there's only so much money out there. I have friends of mine who go well I waited about a week or two I said then you must not have wanted that bad I. Mean I had to harass my bank I. Call them on a daily basis. I mean that's what you do in a business. You have to take it serious. This isn't like you know screwing around on facebook. People rely. Rely on you to do the right thing, Jeff here's one. This is from a listener by the way you can text us. Seven zero three one and said Hey Russ my daughter goes to the University of Miami. We paid for it She's been home since March I. Didn't pay for her to go online classes. You pay for to go to college It's been shot at best. They haven't been able to even go back and get stuff out of her dorm Can she get any money back from the University of Miami because? He paid for one thing and you're getting something else. A University of Miami probably cost thirty forty thousand a year. You know there are colleges that are ninety thousand a year that people are going nuts over. Yes, there are some class action lawsuit right now where people are doing colleges all over the country for the because yeah, I didn't pay. A year for you go to Phoenix University and a lot of times. These classes aren't some of them are already being taught by the teachers that you're supposed to there being taught by some other online facility Yes, there are some lawsuits out there there there might you might have a problem because this is basically an act of God. This is a situation which Ragab allows you to you know. Start negotiating differently with your contracts, but yes, there are many lawsuits out there I. Guarantee if you type in university Miami Lawsuit, YOU'RE GONNA find fifty lawyers who are doing this right now. Ryan Home Question for Jeff Kauffman from when you need that kind of legal question, okay, say somebody I. Know might have gotten married in the parking lot of a hurricanes right, but it was all just for show. There was an actual. There were. There were. They're witnesses now? If my girlfriend like your wife now whatever? We break up. Does she have a claim at half my stuff? Working. For first off you didn't you did not? Did you get a marriage license? rest dangles it in front of me every morning like a threat, but I don't i. don't think so. You need to get a license before you get married. Florida's one of those states, and even in Nevada. You gotta go. You GotTa they? They have the paperwork. You didn't fill out any paperwork. Ceremonial now angel. Angel might have had that paperwork already out there already. He's complaining about a I thought. It was a nice, touching moment and I'm a happily married man. Doing all the due diligence that I need to make sure that is taking care of We've got wills taken care of. We've got all these are the things that there a couple of other things that will handle it within the next year or so, but as far as documentation. That's all getting put together as we speak is one of the Nice Q. Awesome moments that happened during this pandemic. I'm thrilled about it. We had no paperwork. Ryan no paperwork, no marriage, also being drunk, is a good reason to negotiate a marriage that you didn't have to have the ability to go through it sir. I was completely control of my facility. Did this wholeheartedly of a clear conscious in mine. I willingly did this again. A happy married man I. Don't know what's going on with Ryan I. Don't know what's going on in his house that he's already unhappy. And miserable and trying to wreck broadcast right left, but that's on him. For my behalf I couldn't be more happy and proud. Well, Ryan your wedding. If not, you don't have the paperwork you know. Hey, it's a nice moment for you her but I guarantee her parents did not want you to get married parking lot. Lot! About. All of Brooks, bail and very angry at the moment. How was Your Weekend Jeff? Do you go riding a motorcycle? I took taking Jackie and I for Mother's Day went to I the Jaiqi for Mother's Day to new smarter beach and him and I walked on the beach. He was in the pool We had pizza. We went to the breakers and got some burgers so for Mother's Day month. Mom got gotTA break. Is that what happened? Bomb got peace and this is. Twenty three twenty three years of marriage I've learned this, and this is the thing whatever I can do to make her life easier is the best gift I can give her right right right, so you know I got her a little little piece of Iraq. From the Rock store that she likes for basically what you love the most is that she woke up without without my son looking over. Breakfast breakfast, so it was a gift. Mother's Day was to give her peace of mind and I think as as you get married as long as I had, you'll learn the tricks of the trade. You learn to just make her life as easy as possible, and that's the best I can give her. Because, Jj your son Jake. He I mean he just. He's like the energizer bunny. He just keeps going and going and going and going. There's there's no. There's no pumping the brakes for Jackie either. Because Disney and universal closed. You don't mind on his on full. itself is every day wanting to know where he's going to see his friends again and there are a lot of people in the autism community where these kids are trapped at home. They can't get their services. They can't go to their schools and you know these are kids who have a set system and way to do things, and if I was if I was a parent I, would I mean I am a parent? Well sometimes, I lied to myself. I'm like I don't know what I am, but he's a you know and I feel bad for a lot of people in the autism humidity that some of these people are able to get their treatment a little bit now, but it's it's been a long time for the parents of of kids on the spectrum, so keep fighting the good fight and good luck for everybody. Hey, I saw some new artwork for for the next couple issues of of Jolly Jane, and now some of that looks really good like the last one. You sent me a really great art. Who did that artwork? Tim Edwards Tim. Is The you know how you have your The painting Itim Edwards just knocked out issues, three and four, four us, and the problem is. Is that like I said COMECON got cancelled Megahertz Megahertz canceled. Dragging might be canceled. That's an August north. NEW YORK COMECON might be cancelled and it's killing me because I. Really Want people to see these books and I don't WanNa go. Hey, let's do this online. I WANNA be sitting there. I want to hand you a book and go. This is what we did and it it's it's making me me and a bunch of other guys are starting to be crazy, but you need to start working again Ross. I know you've been you've been. You've been on holiday now, but you gotTA. You gotTA. Get back writing, so you get together I know we're gonNA finish finish that last book I know I. Keep Saying I'm going to do it and then find other things that I mean what? I'm not. I'm not motivated because I know. There's not going to be a convention for another year. I mean I don't WanNa hear that, but there's not going to be an. There's not going to be a dragon on. By August because there's so many people in one area, and and you know it's GonNa be a while so. These Easter. You, you're not the one getting emails from people going Hey I what the new charter winter! Because they're nice to you, they go. We love you. Rock me on the reason why it's not coming out. There's not just fault. It's my fault, yeah! Remember that if you're NFL, six dial pound five four six. For Jeff Kaufman or go to win, you need US DOT com. Thank you for working with Julio I. Appreciate that you helped him out tremendously. Thank you so much. He's GONNA be able to say it was. Still trying to get this done, it's not done yet. And hopefully we can come to an agreement and and get everything going well. We appreciate that Jeff. Carpet, thank you, Buddy. You take care. I. Do all got all right. Don't go anywhere. You're listening to the in the morning. You don't want to go so far as to say, this is what we're here for. Four, seven, nine, one, six, one, zero, four, one, eight, eight, eight, nine, seven, eight, one, zero, four, one real radio, one four point. Is One of your radio wonderful might one browsing on Iheartradio I'm rolling along with Ryan and Angel and Carlos. Begging begging you don't. live on our youtube channel. You can check that out, and we got to see Alan Bear which is your, which is your dog? That's a beautiful dog. He's getting very comfortable here in the studio. He's very used to me being He's big. He's a big boy yeah, Oh man, ninety five pounds of of. Craziness? He was in the pool yesterday. Just all scraggly. Hey, I just saw the I. Did your your podcast and you did it with Your Buddy Cooper, who is from the walking? Daddy also is inches. Zam. He's GonNa be in the next. we've met him before and just I. Don't know if it's just that photo or has he lost a lot of weight? It looks like he's lost weight. He shaved. Oh, shaved his goatee. Yeah, okay, that's what it does. Look very different but Yeah. He shaved which. A lot of people are worried. Is Jerry dead because. He's a huge fan. Favourite on that show and. And we'll see you. Don't know I. Don't know if he died or if he did die or whatever, but you listen to interview. Maybe you'll get a little inside tip, but Yeah, he's also awesome. Weight I think to okay so do you? To go over celebrity birthdays today. I want celebrity birthdays. If you can guess their ages or you want to do a an email. Email! Because I had a birthday for to the top. Okay all right we'll ruin that. This is from from Johnny James Well I like it when people have a double name. Jonah James. Johnny. James has been listening for a long time and he says he's listening right now on the iheartradio APP. From his Home Aka from my bedroom, he says things have been a little tense in my house. Since Mother's Day, now I was last weekend when my wife realized that I didn't post a picture of her and kids on Instagram, telling the world how much I love them and saying happy Burr Happy Mother's Day. She showed me all the post from Albro. Friends, husbands and how they did. Did it and I feel like an idiot. I guess she's right. I am and I should have done it, but I didn't even think about it I didn't think about posting pitchers. said What do I do now? He says How do I make up to her publicly? Maybe it's something that I should do some. Shout out on the air. Can I call in anyway? If that doesn't work. You had any other advice for me because he says he forgot to do them and so weird. That is the thing now like like like you know for the most part I don't know how you guys feel about it, but you kinda after or your should, or you feel like it's one of those things you need. You know if you are a posted. All kinds of other stuff to do you know happy mother's Day or happy birthday, or whatever on social media is almost an obligation, agree or disagree? Yeah, you gotTa do at least once in your in your relationship, you definitely got a show. The love and I've done it several times, but it also depends on like how much you pose. If you're not a person, post a lot, it's not you know as a blogger torey, but if you're posting all the time for random stuff like you watch smackdown this week. Not to post about your the mother of your child. Even though it's not your mom, I get it. You know but Yeah. So, what can you do to make upward? He forgot he blew it. Upset she showing look on my friends? My friends husbands did it. How does he make up for this I? saw somebody do a a makeup post for the messing. Mother's Day was Oh, yeah! I screwed up mother's Day. They just had baby, and so they post, and he took her out to dinner, because like I met L.. Pony I'm sorry, 'cause. They're both big on social media especially if you're big on social media, if you're doing a lot on social media, you need. You need to give some of accident. Personally think about. My. Wife on Mother's Day but. I. Have you post for you posted other stuff all the time Yeah, you know, I think CREIGHTON IF I'm wrong here I think. There's one or two ways. He could have gone with this he could he could be. The Guy Goes Oh. Stop Baby, you know it's only social media. You know how I. Feel about you beat totally defensive or own it and go you know what you're right I am so sorry I'm an idiot I. Apologize You know what I'm GonNa take dinner to A. Totally didn't cross my mind I apologize. I'm wrong and just go. If you do that, you might be out of a out of the. You take her out to dinner. And then you have to post about that. You took out to dinner because you forgot about the Po- posting it on Mother's Day. You have to all of that. That's what it was. That's what I saw, yeah! What other percent! Why why? Why why are you coming in off the knees? Like what's the point of that? Like she's comparing that to her other friends, because that invalidates everything that he does or how much he loves her. Yet no I I gotta agreement is like your your life and your relationships your B-. Real personal in person relationships whether it's with your mother, the mother of your children anybody. That's a your business. If you WANNA, give a shout out on social media. That's of your own volition. That is not a requirement of twenty twenty where you've got to suddenly throw it all out there for everybody. Like just. This version of it. It doesn't exist unless it's on social media drives me up a wall, so but okay, so his girl her name is. So Johnny James Is James Upset. You say just tell her to not be upset. That's what you would do. Ally Trust me. Here's what works with ladies just go. Hey, you need to calm down on really. If, you if you just tell them, you're being crazy right now. They liked that They'll immediately. Just tell telling they're being crazy. James Don't do any of those things. I tell them they're overreact. You are overreacting time. They don't know that they're overreacting unless it's pointed out to the. Figure that out right now. Goes back to way this is leaning. The fact is the fact. Is Women Love it when you proclaim your love to them? Yes, if appearance simple, and it goes back to the medieval days when you walk into the town square, say I proclaim my love to lady Gwynne. She's the most beautiful alien all the land and I will read, and it's in this day and age. It's social. Social Media and you don't have to do it all the time, but you can bet your ass that there are more women than not. That would love for their husband or boyfriend to proclaim their love to them, and it ought to be all the time. We may be wrong Carlos because it looks like all. The great lovers that are on the texting service are checking in and. And they and they are saying you should say screwed the facebook post. Get over yourself bitch, and then there's. It's a frequent Poe sounds like you're an annoying needy ass. Chick you. Tell her to hush ask. Mr James. disregard all these comments. These guys whether talking about said truly like someone who. Up being divorced, I've been divorced enough times to know the path you take. Me There I know that. Comes off the. Reservation towards this just comes off the same way the guy like if you've done something some damage to your relationship, the obligatory. Post this on social to show how much how sorry! I am because I've done something wrong in my relationship like it comes off that post like your genuine moment is the genuine Molin between you and your lady? Right but. This particular lady has her feelings because he didn't make the post, so you tell her she's crazy. Funny or just say okay. You know what you're right. I'm sorry I should have thought about it lifts. Let me do something to make up for it, baby. And that's and to make up for. It is to take her to dinner and post about it and we're go. We're going to go to marlow tavern. I'M GONNA post up. Nice Pitcher, and how much I love you and we're going to sit in the fancy data spot. I'M GONNA. Show the world that you mean everything to me, I. I've tried the other ways. y'All talking about eight, did not me in the right spot. That's all about getting that relationship in the first place. You gotta understand if she's that kind of person going into it. That way for ever a person that needs their existence validated by social media, the probably the exact same person who I know how many breakups and relationships they've been in just from their facebook posts alone. So I i. don't see that as a thing that is necessary and. I love my lady in my own way, and if she's the and I, wouldn't date a person that needs to be validated on social media. This guy needs to tell her. She's a needy bitch. Man in the kitchen. Forgotten about that one said to let her know that she's being -Tuni-. These things that you suggest are good to keep her marriage donor. Yeah, and like sometimes like when you're in an argument like this when it's just a stupid argument if you just hang up. And, then you just don't answer the phone for like four or five hours. This will blow over. I always like to try to see what's really behind it right right? You say this is a steep arguments. If you look at it on its on its face, like Oh, just oppose. Raga but it's deeper than that right Carlos. It's not just the post its. You thought enough of me on a day that everyone else thinks that the you know the say happy Mother's Day, but you didn't think of me on that day, and it's more about her. Feelings hurt because she wasn't thought of really the Post. Have you tried full screaming Interface Union therapy? These are all things that can help. You know if the thing to do. If here's what everybody does okay, what everybody does is they get rocks and they write happy. Mother's Day in the front yard in rocks and everybody else did it, but you didn't do it. She'd be mad at that. It's not it's not the facebook posts they the. Thing that's the issue, it's not that it's that you didn't do something that everyone else is doing. This show their love. Some. Guys might be embarrassed. They don't think their girlfriend or their wife is hot enough to proclaim. They think they could do better and they don't WanNa share with the world could be also the same thing to They don't really love her. For that much. I don't want to really get that out there. Because there's a chance we may break up, so there's there's that thought process to all those big ball. Guys on there I'll tell that bitch to shut up. I'm sure those are single fat ass. Losers, typing keyboard warriors who've haven't been with chicken a long time, so there's a bunch of different ways you can look at it. That sounded a bit Judgy, but okay. I can be judging. Here's another way to go. Okay like here's a strategy. Like, everybody's got a problem with their parents with the mother, so I, if you point out the fact that she's acting just like her mother Gosh. That's a good thing to do that, and then she'll realize. Oh, I'm have these same flaws as my mother I should tone them down and that you'll fix. It automatically won't have to say anything. These are all a relationship Jesus everybody. Write these down. These are these are good suggestions. What's his name again? James. Johnny. Jane Johnson lives never going to send us an email again. I. Don I bet we're helping you tremendously. You should pull up other people's profiles like every profile you could find. People that didn't do it and go look. To talk into it hey. That's what she did. She showed all of a friends that they did. You gotTa match backs with facts. Because, if anything? In an irrational argument I've learned anything if you just show them a bunch of facts. That definitely will change your mind, yes. Of course, my idea of just admitting you're wrong and. Bad idea and make your. Argument, I have a bad track record, so you're probably right I'm wrong in arguments are meant to be one run. Oh, okay, counted up in your relationship tally. By the way all the all the. Strong relationships on our texting services say many different things like you could remind the girl who pays all the bills. Like the AC the cold in here with AC and While you're yelling at me. I pay for that. Get outta here. These are all great suggestions. Well anyway if you here's one, here's one Wall Street yelling at you. Maybe reference a prior relationship that you had and how someone used to not treat you that way. Bandy never did. Do that and then she'll realize also that. There's other people treated him differently. Maybe I'll go and do that to these are all helpful. Good good luck Johnny James I hope you're able to get out of the Doghouse If you need advice from us like that, you can always email me respite, w. Dot Com that's Russ at T K? S Dot Com Carlos when we come back. Are we going to top? Yes, very famous birthday? We gotTA give a lot of love to very celebrated icon, and we'll tell you what it is when we get back. Okay all right. We'll do that and then anywhere. You're listening to the much the mortar. A. Fascinating. Connect. Totally plan on going like full on dieting. Fish and all thing and then. Secure her boredom. Mitt my wife Mary Ellen's been making food every morning. I'm like I'm going to stay away from her food, but she made frigging chicken and dumplings this morning. Who I, Screw it out did research. Better Anyway Pat Russell's everybody likes him better. Yes. No one likes to. Zony man, I gotTa tell you. It's like a Yoda. Dumplings are dumplings are I don't know but it it it it it Little Square Pasta! Things. A. Bull Man Anyway Hey Carlos. Good morning, everybody, hello, my name is Albert on our, and this is to the top every single morning trying to. Make you, laugh, whatever it may, and today is no different. It is here on the monster. Would doing the damn thing we're excited. We are happy. We have our cameras tuned to exactly how we wanted to look now so. No better. Camera looks better. I got camera and be. Well. You know it's weird. You know we do a radio show, but now it's really a also basically I. Don't know Web. Jack! Jack calls us. What must must see radio? Radia radio. Multimedia. Media Multimedia affair and yes, and went and got a new Webcam. Because my laptop camera was just like did not look good, and then I got this new house, and I was like what the Hell it looks off today. Weird had a blue shirt on. You had shared onto Russ, but it didn't throw you off. So I feel good now now you've got camera and be Russ Guy. Camera and the your camera makes your skin look better. I I and I don't know if it's the lighting here, whatever but but I. I look very like very white, like super white and I, WANNA be. Russ. Frankenstein amongst friends here, right? Role friends right. Super Okay. That's. Spray my face darker had go black face. Oh Man, but Yes, today is. Wednesday today. Is Wednesday. I hope everybody out there is doing well. Thank you Russia mentioned the podcast early got a new podcast with Cooper Andrews who looks different, because he shaved his beard, and he has lost some weight and. Something's afoot. Something is word he Maybe it is maybe it. Isn't we? Talk about it. Go to the iheartradio APP type in to the top with Carlos Navarro under the podcast and and you find it. We talk a lot about stuff He's directing Super Nice Guy, he really likes you. Guys do loves you US and loved coming on the show, and he is a sweetheart of a man, and you know what I found. The bigger most of the time, the bigger they are, the bigger hearts they have as well and. And he is definitely a gentle giant and I hope he doesn't get killed on the walking dead I really hope but well guess we'll see. We shall see but check it out on the. IHEART radio APP. Now speaking of other he's very beloved character on the walking dead and a lot of people walking dead, but Jerry is beloved, another person that is beloved, and if you would've asked me how old this person was, I would have said much older just because I feel like this icon has been around and popular and beloved for ever. Bird but happy birthday to the one and only stevie wonder. Oh, yes, and Ryan homes. How old is Stevie? Wonder I know rushing out because we get a lot of stuff. Yeah, I read this the seventy four. Kind of close said I would've gone. I'll say I'll tell you what I would have guessed because it's not right I would've guessed. He was eighty, three eighty, four me too me, too. It surprised me and that's why I was like. Oh, I'm bringing this up because I mean this all perfect. That is his birthday and having birthday. Angel Very Nice. Yeah, he has been a part. Of. The world I mean for so long and his original name is Steve Lind Hardaway Morris which is. Very interesting, because he just we'll stevie. Wonder that's that's perfect. Stevie wonder he's a you know and you know you're talking about this and I was listening to something last weekend. It was like the Casey Kasem countdown or whatever? Seventy more or so, and the question was well. WHO's had the most number one hits on? The charts in the seventies whatever number it was tied with Elvis and Paul McCartney and in third place it was Stevie, wonder. I mean he had a tone heads back in the day question. When it comes to Stevie wonder. What is your favorite Stevie Wonder Song? Mia More I. Think you're more. the one about baby. Baby baby being born and that's why I wanted. Because I just love hearing the song. Instead, isn't she? Loudly isn't waste starts off I. Listen to that the day that Brittany was born I got in the car and I listened to it over and over and over and over again because I'll Carlos Nola. Got Me thinking about. It is something that we were talking about earlier in the week when we were talking about little Richard and sometimes we don't. Don't get a chance to honor these guys, and they're still here and honor their greatness and let him know one of the things. That's Kinda neat happens in the UK a lot for whatever reason they're able to get the fan based audiences to go download or stream, a certain song of that artist, and for that week or something. That artist becomes the number one. Single they do during the holidays and stuff and they'll and school. The fans collectively do this now. I'm trying to figure out if we're. We're going to try to start that with Stevie. Wonder what would be that song. You know what I mean because he's got so many great once Ebony and Ivory Tim Right, then signed sealed delivered is good that always get to go on Oh yeah? I'm yours. Yeah yeah. Isn't she lovely love to hear that one to this this this? Isn't she loved? This. Little his baby daughter born. Yeah, yes, taken everybody to the top with a little stevie wonder that. It's about a daughter I. Didn't know yeah. What a legend man and Ed. Oh. From all. We played Bryan Adams earlier. This is this is. This is probably the best of hitting bright. That's. Signature, how many times have you done that? Mary Allan Say I just called us. I love all the time and I'll sing her. Off. Like stevie. Ebony, ivory him right. I was that was Michael and Paul but I guess it is. They have a different song it Steve Yet stevie wonder and Oscar! I mean this guy inspired so many people? Like John Lennon. John Legend big big inspiration steamy changed his name to legend after. People, arguing there saying they're saying every. Is Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney? No, it's not it's. Not Yeah! It's it's Paul McCartney. How about this? Hi. This is like a nine minutes song. I didn't know wild west was a take off. On the person will submit to it. Yeah! I would like to stand incorrect you. Ebony and ivory is speedy. Wonder Paul McCartney. Okay. BINGO lollipop Russia's smarter than all, did you? Do the stevie wonder IQ to. Perfect way to get you in a good mood to listen to an awesome artist superstition. All, that's jam right there. Yeah, there are circumstances. Great Way to relieve stress is the listen to somebody like Stevie, I'm trying to learn the piano. That's what I'm doing. I, got one on my list of things always to do is I. Try and take ten fifteen minutes to learn the piano. I'm almost done with. Let it be which is. Yeah I'm working. How's Your Piano Guitar Playing Gomorrah I'm still goofing around with it. Okay. And especially during this time it's good. Seventy years. Stevie wonder all the way blind yesterday male Rhino. No He is not. It's a conspiracy. There is no because there's video footage of him like catching a bottle or something or an extent, a Mike stand staring at Mike, Standards Falling, and he catches it. It is very heard falling. He's got his other talents. With. Which direction it was, that's how acute his hearing is yeah. Stevie wonder's cute? Look an Orlando DV I. Hope that lifted you up. I hope you have a wonderful day and I do know one thing. Today will be a great day to the top. Never Stop. Have you got about a minute or so? It's only go through these and see if you guys can guess who you're right Stevie wonder seventy years old today. How old is Dennis Rodman today? He's got to be fifty. Oh No, no, no, what he take angel. Rightness Rodman is. Forty seven. Oh, what do you think homes double nickel fifty five minutes Robbins fifty nine years old. Stephen Colbert, how old he thinks Kobe. Sixty one. Sixty one fifty seven. Oh, very close way, think Angel fifty-six. He is fifty six years old. Darius Rucker. Who'd he? He hates being called Hootie, but Darius Rucker Hootie and the blowfish. How old is Darius Rucker? He's also fifty. He turned fifty eight hundred. Forty nine and Homes I'm GONNA Forty Eight. He is fifty four years old bucket had not bucket head that used to work at the radio station. The plug it had that played in with guns and roses right in your. Powers anyone supposed to knows eight. He always had a bucket on his head. That's the point. Chicken Bug! He's one years old. How about a push? T? WHO's push? A T? Rapper Rapper held is pushing T. Push is probably forty forty. We think homes. Forty, two eight of thirty-seven, he is forty three years old Robert Patents and the guy that's going to be the new Batman is Robert Pattinson thirty, one thirty one. Most. Roberts thirty four. He's thirty four years old exactly and Lena Dunham. Who is an actress as you might remain? She's thirty four as well so they're happy birthday to everybody, or Harvey. Hell is eighty one years old. And, he's up there. Hey, you're two thousand dollars can bring a couple of minutes. Listen for the key word text, the keyword, two, two, hundred, two, hundred be prepared to answer the phone and our afterwards to collect your money. We've given away eight grand so far. Your chance to win a thousand dollars is now so make sure you take it. We come back. We'll do sports with angel. You're listening to the monsters the morning. One thousand dollars just minutes away on real radio. One on four point one. Neck Oh. Hey by the way, don't freak out about eleven thirty five or so don't think we're going to war. If you see F., sixteens flying really low over central Florida. APOPKA. Fifteenth after teams, my bad, it's at fifteen, the national guard, and and they will be flying over starting like from Apopka out about eleven thirty five, or so going right through the middle of central Florida and you'll be able to see those. It's kind of like a thank you. All the were the frontline. Workers have been helping out with krona virus and everything so so yeah, look for eleven thirty five. In probably going to be right on time because that's how they do. We get the breakdown of the of what their schedule is, and so like all these parts of town. It's like a minute apart like from Apopka high. School at eleven thirty five. Then they're gonNA hit West. Orange Park at eleven thirty seven eleven forty one Orange County convention center eleven forty to Orlando Regional Medical Center. Eleven forty three Lake Baldwin va clinic eleven forty four Lake Blanchard part eleven forty five camping world stadium. That's probably GONNA. Be The the you know the big shot that everyone could see. Love forty-six at Barrett Park and then as head out of town. Be Alone forty-nine. That'll be southlake hospital. Think that's very cool so I mean I'm staying in my front yard limb forty-five waiting for that so thirty five. And it's just a shot. It's the it's to F. F Fifteen C jets and it's from the. National Guards one hundred twenty fighter wing in Jacksonville and they're going to do that. FLY OVER OVER ORLANDO. Starting in like you said at eleven thirty five very very cool. Hey, thanks for listening by the way I'm Russ rollins along with Carlos and Ryan homes, and now angel is going to bring you Mazar sports. Must Buy. Masters DOT FM would go to the website. Have that'd be one thing that you used to preoccupy your time throughout the day Text messages today that some people are heading back into the office this morning I mean they were getting to reconnect with us. Go check out all the stuff that we've posted while you haven't listened to us. Why work and you'll be able to check that out. The guys are keeping a podcast up to date as best the candidate, those all available there. That's monsters dot, FM. FM We're going to be bouncing around with a bunch of different sports, stories that have happened overnight and catch up with some things that have happened. Manhattan had a chance to share with. You guys now one of the things that hasn't slowed down a bit and we're on this weekend we'll be the final two episodes of last dance. Is the Michael Jordan Documentary Documentary Nineties Basketball Documentary. There's a bunch of you forget about how awesome that Sonics Seattle Sonics team with Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp. Forget, about all those things that all those those iconic players one of the things I've been sharing with you guys today today today is how all Michael Jordan memorabilia going through just going through the roof, we had a guy emailed me a by some memorabilia that he has trying to figure out what he should do with it. take this out. Three unopened boxes of nineteen, eighty, six eighty seven flair that average about three to four Jordan rookie cards per box has hit a top bid of. Two hundred sixteen thousand dollars. And the bid, this is today. This auction doesn't end till Saturday back in the day in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty six. If you were going to buy a box of these cards, how much were they How much were they going for? That would be forty bucks. No, no, no, but think about it because the big the about. This is the thing we talk about with the basketball cards. They didn't hit well. Yeah, they. They weren't that as popular as we thought they would be cycle, they were going to be worth millions, but. So in nineteen, eighty six, when these win, the stuff was going on, and they see an. NBA. Cards weren't catching attraction like baseball cards were these boxes were purchased at six dollars a? That is crazy. So we'll keep an eye on that with that said. Adam. Silver told the Board of Governors He. They're gonNA find. They're going to make a decision on the NBA season within the next two to four weeks. They had a phone call with tickets along I mean they? They should have a decision already I think they're trying to get all their ducks in order and I. This is you know. Keep bringing this up with all of this. How are we as fans of these teams and fans of these organizations? HOW ARE WE GONNA? Feel Win! They're able to be. They're going to be able to be tested daily. They're going to be all kinds of tests for all these professional athletes. And we live in places that are fans play and that they can't get one test on. Doing this for the country country need to see basketball. It's fine, we they need to test. Just relax. Just Stop Ukraine. We need to see basketball. We gotta get back. We'll been enormously. People need something you know to watch. It's very important. Sports report to America they need to be tested their heroes and. Lebron can win his championship with the Lakers and that would give him three championships with three different teams. Something Michael Jordan only could have dreamed of doing so which would make him you know on on on. Absolutely Of course yeah, undeniable. Put. Put them together and boy. One definitely has so many more skills than the other It's not even. Going other I interesting news with a former NBA players Patrick Ewing and we knew we're familiar. Patrick Ewing here in Orlando because he was one of the system coaches and if you lived in the Winter Park area and on Park Avenue, you might have had a chance to party with Patrick Ewing. FROM TIME TO TIME! He was always not a very pleasurable guy he was. I've heard horror stories I hung out with them one time. He was not a friendly guy real. It's. It's sad to hear because on top of that. Would you. Guys surprised to know that former NBA All Star Basketball Hall of Famer his two Olympic gold medals in his NCAA. A ring were stolen He doesn't have any of these medals and stuff well. They were stolen from his house when an burglary that happened in a few years ago. So yeah, so he doesn't have any a any of that stuff Janice Aniko. His twitter handle email phone and bank accounts were hacked. This past week, all of that was out there if you could In the mean or the stuff that started happening was people were basically he thought people were guessing. What is password war was and so basically we're saying they was his last name. One two, three four, as there's no one knows how to say or spell his last name so we had. That get! Back going down no, no, no information on account balances ever got out That's a good question. I it's always you know pretty shocking when you see some NBA. Stars Bank Account. You're like Gad. Sources close to the NC double. A. have basically are letting us know that college football. This coming year is going to look remarkably different We just felt like if you heard overnight low. California they're going to be at a stay at home order for another three months. That's GONNA. football that's going to impact different sports with college football. There is a heavy discussions now or you're GONNA have teams basically only plate in their conference. Learning and I also like the NBA The they're. They're going to pull the NBA teams out of California that way. They can play. Yeah, that's what they were talking about. Maybe potentially going to Arizona the governor of Arizona came out and said Hey, listen, we're open for all sports I as of today. Anybody wants to play professional sport come to Arizona will. You could play right. I thought the talk show for the was everybody to Orlando and play out to world of sports, which would be amazing for us. That was the conversation, but that the governor of Arizona came out overnight, and basically said professional sports can start up star officially. This Saturday everybody can start there and do that and that's again to get in the mix of all. All these things because like for example talk with Major League. Baseball was that they were going to do their leagues in Arizona So you know for these leaks to happen, they are going to have to happen in states that have starting to open things up I'll tell you what man if I mean I'm I'm about being safe and being cautious and social distancing and Mass Ave. But man, you keep a stay at home order until August there's an there's going to be an exodus of people leaving California and moving to Florida and moving to states that are open if you, if you look at the citizens, the ones that are actually adhering to it and not the fake protests and everything. They're welcoming this I. Don't that must be the the your your spokesperson for the State of California. He's a lunatic. I would agree. Super Villain I think about small businesses. Small businesses are gonNA. Get crushed, not being able to open if they're not already done I it. It's a tough call. It's a tough call, but at certain point. I. Don't know that's that's very crazy to think about until. And they're saying NFL probably more than likely will open back up, but with half the people in the half, the people in the stands whichever. That'd be okay. I won't go to be, cool. and. That's Monster Sports. Thank you so much. When we come back. The King Been Mark Right homes and make Haley proclamation. Instagram, it's not just for dog the gather. At Real, radio one zero four one. Smart Radio Tally Yell At. One! He's really mean that's the only way to make it work. You say two nights. It won't do it ill. I've got another like station. You GotTa really say with Authority Yeah. One Do. They'll do like Alexa. Tell it you don't even ask you. You say you know what I want. Crazy restaurant I'm going to do the restaurants we're two weeks into. May is that I know it's almost let's see. US blew my mind man where it's almost fifteen. Yeah, Oh, my God! Isn't that crazy? This is this may has gone by very very fast and I I don't know like last month. Slow this month. Super Fast. It is yeah, it's a super bath. Hey, I'm Russ along with Carlos Angel. And now it's time for the King of Denmark. Ryan Homes Make Baby Rock. Boom. Boom! That's right, everybody. It is a Wednesday in the middle of May apparently wow. Wow? I mean like. Like, wow, you just blew. My mind appears like January like all this stuff up into the pandemic was a lifetime ago. Like remember when we were all watching. Love is blind eye for you know what I was trying to remember. The name of that's show the other day. It was stupid. Show that we watched. We talked about so much. And it was love is blind i. Forgotten where consumption society man? There's another one on now I guess we can't have sex with the people, yeah. even. Not Interested in and blue balls. Yeah. Yeah Netflix. Blue Balls on the ocean. Who wants that? Who wants to watch that and now? Look at all these people. They could all have sex with each other they're. Out of here like I'm barely having sex in my own regularly. But Yeah, man, you just that. Super Bowl with Jalen Shakira feels like it was two years ago, but that was like three months ago maybe. Innocent time then. I remember people used to get together in groups and they would. They would get together shoulder to shoulder and every time I. Watch TV, and there's a party. I'm like they're not social distancing. What are they doing? So World Rage of that Super Bowl halftime show and hi. Everybody was like Oh my God and then and then now. We've had a virus and murder Hornets, man that's just that's the world we live in now. friends and everything's done over zoom now I if I was single though I think I would take full advantage of being single during pandemic. How how do you take advantage of it? Because here's the thing man you can do full on. You can have a full on relationship, and like you can definitely trick people way easier now now that everything's resume because you can just photoshop everyone your photos because you're never going to be in person, right? Well. Okay, okay, so you because it's. It's all about doing a little bit of Cam stuff for us. Okay, that's that's that's the. That's the version of sex. We have right now and then. Yeah, and then like you're not gonNA. Meet in person so you can like. Up Your Zoom and there's a company right now that selling. Fake breasts and fake muscles for dudes and ladies, so you can like while you're on Cam you slap these on. You look more gent or I would definitely do that. I don't have to be more Jack Than I am Way Jack. Way Jack. Or the catfish trick you know what we learned on catfish. was that everybody that tried to connect via Webcam long distance. They would tell their partner. My webcam broken. My Internet is not good, but I do need a thousand dollars. For. For my mother Surgery Yeah Carlos I. Don't know if you've ever watched catfish like how I watched catfish, but my my only takeaway was like. Matt easy to catfish we. Love Catfish. Thought it was a fantastic show I still want. Is it like. Art is on. Yeah, if I was a heartless soulless individual, I feel like I could make so much money cap phishing scams. Anyone Watch Alaskan Bush men. Alaskan Bush people I watch African Bush girls. Got Me watching it yesterday. These people. It's the people that live in Alaska Way. Don't shave. Out of touch with reality. Nice people. They're not like the the the tire. CAIN where they're. They're horrible people. They're nice people. They're just they just don't know nothing about. The regular world all they know is just about living. In Alaska. It's weird on. It's one of those channels loves I I. It's probably not real. It's one of those rest. Stop asking us that we've seen shows on real. We're never going to say yes. Science channel or something or some. That one she likes all those you, but to be fair wrestling's the food network is a science channel. So that's been. Chemistry, right, you're mixed. But I'm having I'm having fun in the pandemic. I you know what I I hate to celebrate when some people are are. Hasn't been that bad for me it either. I. Keep Finding that I have to say this sentence like like. I always have started. This I feel bad for everybody. Who Lost The job right now? It's really rough out there. And all our frontline workers those are heroes, and they work at so hard out there, but then silently go to my girlfriend. and. That's just like I I know a lot of people aren't the introvert like I am. We are like I'm okay with it so yesterday I, did you watch my livestream around? I did I saw you the back of the truck. Talking to Charlie bully for a little bit hell. Yes, so if you didn't see it, you can go to our youtube channel streamed. What should have been an episode of Hogan The bear? But it, but due to all the nonsense and everything happening, it just turned into a free for all and I'm GonNa describe that for you now first of all. Thank you so much for letting me borrow your Super Air. Pump I appreciate that that's my Ryobi one. Here's your air pump and your tongue. To One. Works like a champ. Play the whole bit. But now Filled up inflatable pool, which is which now after filling up and filling it up with water is hands down the greatest purchase I ever made. I have not had so much fun just sitting in my front yard, but I did run into a couple of problems. How about your neighbors where they hoa? Okay, we'll let's. Let's talk about that. Okay, so. I I I just wanted to do it in my driveway right, but then in my driveway sort of on a hill, so the the pool kept leaking out and falling all over the place, so I had to have A. Shallow end and a deepen, that's. Well. I wanted to be kind of inconspicuous in my driveway like he would walk by. That's weird, but he's in his driveway. It's okay, so they actually pull this off. I had to bring it down into the street itself. Yeah. That's. What I was not prepared for was I'd never actually noticed how many people are out in exercising all day long? Yeah, yeah, we talked about that earlier. Yeah, one of the ways people are relieving stress. Exercise and Carlos hit the nose on the head. It was like a throwaway comment. He said earlier, but who's on the head. He's yes, he's. He hit the nose on the head okay. Okay, yeah, he. He head butted it. But Carla's you sediment. You're seeing people in your neighborhood that you've never seen before. Yeah, yeah, and they've been there the whole time, but you've never seen them so in my neighborhood. There's three neighbors that I actually know who they are, and who I am, but I have about like where I. Sit my house. I have I can see about seven different houses. So this is my neighbors I introduction to everything that is meeting and I think truck bed pool is a great way to start off in introduction to Ryan. Home says everything says one one one image you and your big friends buoy two grown men, yes, in a pool together. Well, we're. He's not in the boys over audio. Good because I really wasn't hoping that you were sitting in a Charlie Buoy. Back of a truck. Charlie. Sitting hotter move. I mean 'cause Kobe looking at Charlie going NASA tasty treat right there. There is there is no there is no. I would definitely sit in that pool with Charlie Buoy, but I could see how it would look weird to some people that aren't good friends. Now I can't my shirt on the whole time because of a fat man, and that's what fat people do in Pool Oh. No, how? Do that you can't have a back of the truck pickup truck pool, and where shirt a person who has that pool? Herbal doesn't give a damn about society's north doesn't give a damn about what he was I. if I would have been on, shame, say take it up. I want to. Allocate doing that over and over. Yeah, well, I'm not doing that, because I am not proud of my body I'm not an attractive man anymore and. As the life I live now, so I'm not arguing with you there yeah. But okay so I was amid podcast. Right like I'm talking to. Charlie but people are walking by riding bile stuff and they got like it's like parents and kids in very polite. took off his shirt. Factory doesn't take. Off of the pool. You hit the you hit the nose on the head. You got to own that man. You put a lot of work into that body. I've worked harder on this body than anybody have so far okay I. also got a thirty two ounce corona then feeding. Yes, yes, well, you should yeah, but like I'm waving and I'm talking to people as they're going by, and they are side. I in me way. It looks a little trashy. Now it's whole. One hundred percent trashing head knows on the head trash. Hey, you thought about this as soon as you said that the pool was, I thought well he must have He must have cut some blocks and made some blocks. We could even out on the on the driveway in a million years. I wouldn't go out in the street because that's really really dry, but you could even an album. Make it some blacks. You're up in your driveway and then you know when he has to make eye contact with you. But for me. This is also an experience about meeting the neighbors I sorta wanted to say. How will you put this in the street? Yeah? And I wanted to live stream it and do it on zoom and everything so took the fifteen hundred dollar laptop that I had. That I use for the show, and that I used to do everything here. And what I did was I got a plastic container like plastic bin. Yes, and I didn't put anything in it, so it would float on top of the pool another solidly, good, decision. Homes and then I said the laptop on floating container as I could get everything done now. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking like Oh you you. You're going to get water on the pool. Water on the laptop. No, I'M NOT GONNA. Do that I was very careful about that I. Actually had the opposite problem happened. which was I did not think about being out in direct sunlight August our hot. I thought I broke the. All. The computer got husbands hot. How casually you just throw that out there? Yeah. I had to take it apart and replace apart, and you had to move inside of your kitchen. Saying, what were your in your kitchen? Yes, I. Did and I by the way wash your dishes. If. You put it on, everybody. See facebook watcher dishes I wanted to show people my kitchen. They wanted to see people always want to do this. They WanNa see what's inside your refrigerator. So then I gave them a tour of my refrigerator, and Christina keeps our house very clean Russ okay. How dare you? If. It was up to me. It'd be a dirty mess all the time. But? Ended up being ended up being a ton of fun. And if you don't if you have the ability to have a truck bed pool out there, everybody, get it. Just get it and live your best life like I went back out after I got done. The podcast sat out there again for a while music other. Yes, Oh, it is awesome now worst neighbor. You're the worst neighbor in the World Brian Homes No. Big capital letters no. No! No I want my neighbors to know that they like if if they they they need a cup of sugar, or if I have an extra Beer Co. on your guy. I WANNA. Be Friendly Neighbor I. Don't think my neighbors are outside looking at me going. This guy again. I believe what he's doing. If I lived across the street from your right homes. I would walk over in the middle of the night and that would pop that. Stab it. Wild Pack Dogs night. How'd you get here today? What do you mean? Did you drive your truck now? Okay, so you can't drive your truck, right? It's full of water well. That's what we turned out. We found out yesterday that it can totally be driven with pool in the back. Jesus God. Let's just let's just say someone will call her. My My may not wave. I needed to move the pool while I would still streaming, because I lost signal to the wife of the house, so I had to move it closer and US like a ride or die chick she is. She got in that truck and just moved it around down so I think new stream today will be doing laps around my neighborhood with the back of the pool. You'd drive. Lost the Wifi the move. With the pool, so we can get a better connection because this dial up. Sure ain't working either. That's Bella. And check out that stream because I put a lot of work into making that happen, and it's it's. It's a ton of funds, so live your best life getting inflatable pool, and so it shall be you have her drive. The truck you get in the back of trucks will a shirtless and go down like pork, barbecue and. The parking lot and then have delivered. Right Barbecue. Eat It in the pool. Thing because it's not illegal to sit in the back of a truck. Right like as long as your back is up against the cab. K. You can be the back with a machine gun. They don't care in Apopka. You get you. Get A ticket if you don't have machine gun. That's the COP. Is His back to the back of the truck. Okay, give them a ticket, don't. Matter of fact, Ryan to end this awesome week. that's happening because maze happen so quickly you drive the truck to Russia's house tomorrow. Show as the show ends happened the pool, yeah. It'd be like a beach party. Jimmy who party. Russians right after the show Lemme, can I can? Neighborhood. Let me stream the last hour from my truck bed pool like I'll. I'll pull it up in the driveway it'll be. Still hang out and take one of the Jimmy Buffett. Adirondack chairs and sit in the back and you. GotTa take your shirt off. Though you gotta be committed. Yeah, you know I will take my rest. Do it, but making Step to you already made me wear no pants while I. Do this show already. The cameras on top up. Get on your knees, we. Do you mind if I stand on my beat today to go? God or Ryan Get out of here. We go to break. The truck and born underwater. All right, we got an email to answer. We come begging you. Give us a call you can. We'll take your calls to don't go anywhere. You're listening to the mantra. We. Not. Are We. Are We. The mantra of the morning radio one appoint one WHO's at age. Run the jewels. There runs duels. Four comes out in about a month the pre purchaser. You can do that if you go hit up the website of the hairs This is their single La. Features Greg Nice and DJ premier. We did Monster Sports a little bit earlier? But did you see the report that came out and they said that China will not be playing. NBA Games this season. Their league and they're not. They're not running their league at all. We'll run our league either. Mad at the Astros. RUN THE NBA League. Air The games there, yeah! I mean that's what I mean. That's bad for the NBA there right now, though hammer on that out. You think yeah, this is this posturing. Some of the biggest, some of the big stars go play over there in China are former NBA players that gives that league credibility. So this is They'll figure all that out at some point and get together, but has no plans to play air any NBA Games this year. Coming on the heels of said that league they're not still they still don't know if they're going to play the season and finished the season, so yeah I'll also. I guess in sports or whatever there's a whole thing. They did this morning on NBC. About Mike Tyson doing the on back thing and people debating whether at fifty three he could come back or or whatever who's loving, this might. Even more than my Tyson Vegas bookmakers. Gambling has been What's one of the things that's taken a hit this whole? You know during this whole time. Something like this are loving. They already put odds out on the fight if it happens to be vander. They put. Odds on that fight. who favorite right now is I think it's Tyson I think it was what I saw so there. Yeah there. If it's in conducting, this whole thing is in conjunction with Vegas Book Bookies and bookmakers. Then it makes sense for those guys 'cause. This would be the kind of thing that would draw in a lot of people to make bets say. I don't think the advantage of thing is exciting. I could care less. I WANNA see him. I'd okay who? WHO. Would who would catch your attention? That would make you kick down ninety nine bucks for the pay per view. Rocky Balboa. Rocky Balboa that'd be awesome. Let's one that'd be awesome. That'd be great. Here's a an email i. got for a lesser Say I told you a little bit about it earlier you guys think I know. We only have a couple of minutes, but this was Marina Marina. A ARE MARINA MARINA. Marina. Marianna Marianne the rest of the show figuring. Mary on his trench. Marian. Huet monsters longtime fan of the show Harrieta? Name. You don't have to sit there and. Get her right name because She sent it and says that anyway. For a few minutes this morning, so all of this going on right now with covid nineteen in everything being shutdown I have a lot of anxiety like everyone else. The thing is that my husband never seems to be upset at all about anything. That's going on He never even really even gets angry and now it's starting to make me angry at him. I watch the news and see the press conferences and I want to explode. He just shrugged his shoulders and goes about his day. The only thing he's mad. About is the fact that I'm mad at him for not being upset about corona virus. I, am raw Am I wrong for wanting him to show a little emotion in such an emotional time then I married a robot. What are you guys thinking? It's Mary Ana Marianna. Lighting. Yeah I get it I understand. Yeah, she she's I'm not one hundred percent, but like she's concerned. She is feeling not safe. She has anxiety and she looks over at her husband. WHO's supposed to be security? Company or not saying like he should be freaking out, but showing zero concern in the midst of a pandemic, and you have a family, and you have somebody that that is obviously upset. I mean you should at least be showing concern to her and say hey, I mean. Maybe you shouldn't be watching all the press. Conferences is I can do for you. I did watch one of the year. Two zero emotion is something that I know annoys. The Dwi being said the thing the best, though when he was talking to us, and he's calling us in right and I this is one of the things I helped me articulate this to people. I can only control the things that can control can only do that, so I can't control all the other crazy. That's going around the world so I'm not GonNa, let it dominate my life. I'M NOT GONNA. It dominate my day to day. I'm not going to let it dominate my interaction with you, and that's how I feel about. You're not helping by getting all upset Maryknoll or have you say your name? Getting all upset and get. freaked out. You're not helping anything all you can control his you and and being upset with your man for not being all upset. That's beauty as well. It'd be an upset now. I this is. This is my biggest problem with restaurants that I find the most frustrating thing in the world. Nothing bothers you everything. Roll off your back. You don't you, don't you? Don't you? Don't think scary, terrible outcomes of the world ever and for a person like me and like dear sweet mar-a-lago. We, we we, it's almost kind of like in a way. Worrying is kind of a defense mechanism defense mechanism, and then you all you gotta. Do you worry about things you can't control and you get upset about things you can't control and you on flipped out. You can't control your spending your time being flipped out. It's or man, or you're not paying attention for me. It just seems like the people that aren't worrying. Aren't paying attention. Right? Totally pay attention. I know what's going on, but I I wear my mask when I go out, and I do what I gotTa do, but but I'm not all flipped. There's a difference between people that aren't paying attention and and being. Being reckless and being You know that that kind of person we've been talking about in in the first hour of the show and someone who's just not letting it get to them. You know what I mean. There's a way to manage your stress. There's a way to manage stressors. There's a way to manage all those things so that you are keeping. Your, keeping your your energy even now, if something was actually happened to to Mary, I'm sure her husband would stand up and handle that business, but to get upset at what's going on on the television. Get upset at a press conferences and let that change your mood in the moment with the other person that you love. You gotta be able to manage that. Listen maybe maybe maybe Marionette Mary Matheson. Has You know anxiety issues to begin with some Marian Wright if I were you I would get on Xanax. Drink some vodka and just chill just. Just look her in the eye and say you're overreacting. Earlier. That's the that's the right thing to say I'm sure mighty soul is a really awesome awesome lady. She's listen vibe. Get that Vibe, offer a husband, and not be so you know just angry Mary. Matheson has a lot of things going on in our lives. How would you pronounce that Mary Mary? Marietta. Hispanic name. Listen Mary Magdalene. Tackling just want somebody to commiserate with. She's she's. She's with the news. Why. Why is this happening on? Talk to me about it Russ? That name is Marinara sauce reading your. Grocery list. ONLY ALRIGHT LIZARD! This Friday night is what Mel's? To from ten til midnight, praise musically. He wants to play, and you'll love it. On Friday night what Burger! I I marina. Marino! Marinas where you put a boat. I remember. A weird name. I knew Dan Marino. Carlos! got. Lobby at the marina later. Sharing my podcast Kube Rangers go check it out I always. Let people check it out whether it's on Youtube, iheart. It's through the top with collison. Borrow or follow me to the town Carlos on social media platforms. Back back in the truck party more. I'll be at Maris Marina marathon and. Doing the math on there, and then you can follow me on social media at Ryan homes comedy where you could find more pool truck bed. ANTICS REMEMBER NATIONAL! Guard fly over at eleven thirty five hop going right through the center of central Florida's of. Watch it and trying to get a photo of it or something like that it'd be Kinda cool and stay tuned for the news you right after the Moscow. 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125 - On Croissant Pizza, Spicy Chips, and Pearson Candy Thins

Food Scientists Podcast

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125 - On Croissant Pizza, Spicy Chips, and Pearson Candy Thins

"In. This is the food scientists focused I'm your host a music? I'm here with Danny Sussman. Hey Internet. And Brian Pearce High Internet in anyone listening on the bus because someone is playing this without their head downloaded it locally high. To this. We are saying hello. If you're watching. We're setting hello. This week reminding Pinterest! We'll have a normal news experiences then we're. GonNa have some pizza in Coke wink. Wink, you know there's a catch. of always. Don't don't say they were having Coke Wink. Wink, you don't want. Whole We're going to have some things for Brian. Here's some interesting potato chips. An end on. Some Candy Thins. Which kind of looking forward to which probably means, they'll be disappointed, but look there. We'll. Probably we'll see. It's always. I mean that's like the one theme from this podcast is is appointing snacks right? Yes. I, mean I will say this when we put together suffering episode, we've got to the point where it's like. Do we have something that will create Brian Face? And the answer is undoubtedly. Yes, we do we do. With. Toby what are the things they like so much about? Brian faced my reaction. Here in pain or discomfort. That I get. I. Don't know what. I've definitely gotten comments that they could see my joy in torturing Brian Oh. Yeah, yeah, and I'm like. If you think as bad on the PODCAST, you should see real life go out in public with US sometimes. We'll start with news, but before we get to news I'm going to preface that I actually haven't experienced this week. Remind me when we get there, but. Bryan have news I don't have. Does your experience involves salad. You'll okay, then I will remind you because if it involves salad I wasn't going to remind you. Our builders. Going on with with dairy queen that I know Danny Wan to talk about so I'll give you the lead now. Advancing to add I think the biggest news, we are This is being recorded in on the fourteenth of June going live for the podcast on the fifteenth of June. And so if you are listening to this. Relative the week. It comes out Hey June eighteen eighteen through twenty first there is going to be a new limited edition blizzard three days only to celebrate dairy Queens eightieth birthday. Now Oh. Yeah, celebrate your eightieth birthday. What's the tradition well in the past In this year? They had their buy one get one for eighty cents. which is maybe a better way to celebrate but This blizzard is soft serve. That's colored pink and it has sprinkles in whipped cream. But the center of the and it has cake bits, but in the center of the Blizzard at the Royal Blizzard. It has like the cone of sauce. I. Don't know if that's what they call her column of sauce in the middle there replacing the column of sauce with a column of Star Shaped Candy Pieces. So. The pictures of it look really cool. They look like one of those like cakes where you slice into it, and all the sprinkles all by goodness pours out the side, or it looks like a Pin Yada that just burst open burst open, which is super cool, but I don't know if you're gonNA. Have a sauce all to get your Blizzard Cup Open. A. How you would do that, but when you eat it in the center of it will be a column of Candy that would presumably open up like a Pinata, although is contained within the cop unless it's breakaway, cop, which I doubt. The COPS, but it's a new pit lizard with candy inside of it for three or four days only. Which means like I've decided which dairy Queen I'm GonNa go to for it. Choice you like, you're not because you know what I've been rotating through. Dairy cleans lately a really. Yeah, you know like I'm the one that I usually go to his great, but if can so overwhelmed with people for the summer that it's kind of like spotty availability, and like dishonored, heard of people just like circulating it. Matters another another dairy Queen I would go to the drive through only, but the line is probably twenty twenty five minutes long. Yeah, but I found another one actually close to you Brian. That Is Worth your north. Dakota Talking about that one one, it has chocolate ice cream which Mo-. Dairy, Queens don't. Remember Gary Clean Seven chocolate ice cream, only harming a handful right? Not all of them have it, but that one has the chocolate ice cream. End of that one always seems to only have one car in front of me. At, the dry, so you can walk into Evans. mice grassy area. I'm really liking dairy queen. Also the there's a festival foods right there in concert. I've gone to that one to see. They have the Bacon Eater pringles and they don't act and Danny. Remember right behind that dairy. Queen is a international market. That's where they sell the huge Durian fruit, the whole fruit own. Nice. Yeah, we'll have to get that. Up Add that to my list. Dollars in my house, I will keep it one of your house. That will be there so kind of related to that that news item. If you notice I said there's sprinkles on it. Dairy Queen now has sprinkles which it never occurred to me that they didn't. But they didn't. They didn't have any wrinkles ever. Come with the ice cream in the sauce sprinkles. They didn't have sprinkles, but now they do, and they've added so you can now sprinkles for like Africa the prices like eighty nine cents. You can add sprinkles thirty nine cents to add sprinkles to anything I hope it's not eighty. Nine cents seems a bit steep. I am I have a picture I'll looking up on talking, but they also added to the menu kind of with that. The sprinkle Sunday which brings me to one of my food experiences. To. Dairy Queen Food experiences this week I. Mean You sent us? A picture of the sprinkle Sunday and it looked like it made me mad. Why. It's a Sunday with just A. Sunday. It's Nila ice cream was. Doesn't taste like anything on it. It's it's Vanilla. Ice Cream with a ton of sprinkles on it. Are they chocolate sprinkles? No, there's sprinkle sprinkle. He really spring your the regular sprinkles, but what makes them interesting. And for our video, viewers I have a picture on my own is. If you look among the sprinkles, there's little dairy Queen Logos. The red sprinkles are in the shape of the dairy Queen Logo So. How is that satisfying? Okay like if you're if you're having Sunday. How can you get that without anything, chocolate or any fruit or Anything. I it came for me. It came with join of. You were remotely upset at me for liking it. You can I I love. I love sprinkles I mean it's a of sprinkles like, but there was enough like pooled where like normally the sausage pool that when you got through like the top part where you've eaten off the top, you can dip it in and get more sprinkles I love sprinkles, and they're pretty. They're not the best sprinkles, but they're not. The terrible sprinkles their like they're not the wax ones. No, they're. They're what I would call. Decent sprinkles, which is like you said above average I, mean I understand. Enjoying sprinkles on your Sunday. The texture is what throws it off from me more than anything like it doesn't add anything. To eat it no problem but. I wouldn't choose that like just getting. Sunday with sprinkles only seems like such a waste. It's called a sprinkle Sunday. It's on the menu now as sprinkle Sunday and I had to get it just because like I said I knew it would upset. You and I was also curious. I'm like. Is there anything else on the sprinkle Sunday? It's ice cream with sprinkles. This has somewhat related note. I realized recently that my whole life I have taken something for granted sprinkles. No, no, no. Definitely not, Bonilla, cream On its own now I got a neapolitan ice cream. You get there for the Strawberry Chocolate Combo by the Manila, and like it was good ice cream and i. like you know what the Vanilla Flavor is good and what? The concept me is that when I my parents. Usually on some sort of health kick, they would get the skim ice milk Bonilla. Baby Time I. saw that look. She rolled her eyes. Just ruined the whole concept of just been Nila for me in general, but you know what I'm. GonNa Give Vanilla itself. A actual vanilla flavor in a little credit I will say I'm. Sorry, if you have real ice cream, what we now in the states, copper and custard, it's even richer in vanilla on its own is incredibly yeah. I love you have to have something with have to have chocolate, sauce or something just. Throughout my life I was a pretty big auto racing fan and at road. America in Elkhart Lake Wisconsin. The most Wisconsin thing ever. They had one concession stand that had in vanilla. Frozen Yogurt soft serve ice, cream and frozen. As I you contrast the difference in. All three and vanilla. and you understand that by good rich vanilla that stands on its own. It's crap, Vanilla that ruins it for everyone. Yup absolutely no I generally prefer like I. Like a lot of ice creams, but I'd love a good vanilla and I get the one that has like the like bits of element in there Even say a lot of the ones that you buy the gallon or that greater. No, that's like the big I. Think the bigger the container, the crappier vanilla ice cream. The mass-produced Americanized ice cream is not real screen because they don't use the cream. Or the egg something like that. As you have news Brian. I'm going to move on. I can move experiences that I can share dairy Queen Experience? Overrides this on the sprinkle Sunday. They have to new confections. One of them I had one of them. Amy Wants to have so I'll talk with I had I. is The new Brownie and Oriole Cup affection? So it's a cup and in it is chunks of the Brownie like they have that like warm brownies Sunday. It was that Brownie. Cut Up into pretty good chunks. Vanilla ice cream obviously. Hot Fudge marshmallow sauce and Oreo crumbles all in a cup. Holy it hours that thing good. Yeah, that does sound salad. Yeah, it was. It was super, rich, super good, and then they also have a dipped strawberries, Cape cake convection, which has the vanilla like the white cake. From like the cake shakes? A strawberry sauce whipped cream the ice cream, and then they pour the cone dip over it, so it gets. The chocolate shell. In the Sunday, too. So. If it didn't have fruit in it. I'd be super excited about that, too. I like the fruit I the the Brownian Oriole One Six I'm like. Oh, it's a new orienting thing I'll try it. I ate that I was like one. All the sudden I felt the need to order an insulin pump. But it was super rich like even I. Like. was like this is a lot I have to pause I don't know if I could eat this whole thing. It's so rich. Alleged means. He got work out more. Oh, I powered through I powered through. And in the chat to yeah, I miss you too Sonya. Hey they can. They can give me love. It's fine. I was going I think that actually putting some strawberry. As long as it's not the Mushy, overly frozen strawberry that you can find sometimes offense like good strawberries. That would be really good in the Oriole Brownie confection. Yeah I wonder if they would add strawberry to it. But you could ask them. UPCHURCH I'd be willing to do that. I bet my Deke if they in the unlikely event. They had all the ingredients. Would do it. I had news. If we're inexperienced I guess Bob Not Firsthand, but buffets are opening. I. I heard that golden corral is opening nationwide. I didn't hear that yet like it's Golden. Corral is moving to three different models. Danny goes location by location. Places are like OJ's back in buffet land. Some of them are. Cafeteria style where they have an employee. Serving you and some of them are family style where they claim they bring the buffet to you. It's interesting yet. Another place that is opening Daniel is. Keeps the ranch. I was wondering about Pizza Rant. On half. Pay Fried Chicken I. Don't know about the near us, but my parents went to one, and it was cafeteria style. so yeah, you just went up. The buffet was there, but you didn't get near it. You told them what you want and they would dish it up for you. Right I appreciate golden corral defining those different formats for us, so that I can say oh, it's cafeteria style. no word on whether or not you get like if they just play like if they replaced a pizza ranch, the. Religious Music Just Adam Sandler singing lunch, lady land over and over again, but I would like that if you know comedy albums of the nineties that a lunch. Lady Land Jones Ranch Pizza Range. Kinda yeah. Let your saying. Amy innocent things being said Magenta I. Don't know what you're talking about. I had one more thing I'm gonNA. Save it for for next week because we've been talking a long time already news experience, but I have another experience that. saying. Anyway remind me next week to tell you about Denny's. Lou I would love to have a denny's conversation and amy would love to be reminded that she actually have the food experience this week. I do not about salad not. So Danny I, know sometimes you make infused. Alcoholic Beverages even though you don't drink much vinegars I have my ribbon. Well, I know you're not the only person of course who makes infused alcohol beverages. Yeah, you did get a ribbon in last year's fair for. Vinegar I. Drank infused. Vinegar is one of the things that people say. Danny is usually full up onto things if Somebody made a homemade peach naps just very good. and then went to eat a piece of the peach that was in the. Richard, Uncle Oh, yeah, it was an alcohol bomb and it's not like I. Haven't had infused homemade infused alcohols before heck. I even make what I Call Friendship Cherries which are soaked Like forever Share them with people anyway. I! was like nothing I'd ever had before I took a by the peaches. WHOA, this is an alcohol bomb. You could get drunk off of one little wedge of Peach. Than other people who had this? They say they believe me, but still win. They had a piece of pizza like Oh, it just. Kabar all over again, it's. But all kinds of trickery bar, little tiny piece of fruits. That's that is what happens. But this was even more so than normal i. just think about the depends on how they make it to I I made somebody was still really good. But I I could only get one piece of beach I made some lemon cello. I'm using vodka and when you sleep net with simple syrup. When you I'd, there is enough of it that it had enough water when I put it in the freezer to keep it cool at actually froze solid. And, then I was talking to. One of the owners at an Italian restaurant near me where they have their own house maybelline cello, and they confess to me that wall. They pour it out from a vodka bottle. They actually use ever clear. Men. That way when they sweeten, it just cuts the alcohol down to closer to vodka, but maybe even still stronger so depending on how they made that schnapps use that method. which would get you a really nice SCHNAPPS, but also like leave you SCHNAPP. Banks Are Chad is trying to censor me, but this is our show. If Amy can talk about her peach and Cherry I can talk about whatever I want to exactly. Exactly at least sit move on no. Screams now. Pizza at this point, yes. We did get. This. We all made are the new book frozen pizza from his your no with the sat crossed. And, amy went with Pepperoni. Danny and I both chose four chills omits forties. With, also clarified his one hundred percent real cheese. Scares me that. They felt like they needed to tell you that. Doesn't look very crisanto to meet no I admire. It's flaky. Envisage. Does! If. You're listening to the PODCAST, not watching. You can't see this the cross section you see kind of the layers. In the crust more? It. It's not very round. It's kind of a rectangle buying. This kinda cold in soggy at this point. Zone. Oh my Gosh Brian Todd. About to cut mine. It tastes like a shot. I mean not as good as a croissant. But if you're saying crust, it's valid. Smelled. Tasted just like. Frozen Pizza. As I went on. I got like. Like it's not like the Crow Song, Croissant is Chris Sandwich Crisan. Say even one step closer to not being croissant than that. Because the breakfast sandwiches I still a croissant. Like, these aren't even quake. roles you by the Pillsbury Mary ones. These, aren't quite as. CLUGGY is out. Prefer French. Bread, pizza. If we're GONNA have something on a pizza crust. I like it. Is Different from the regular crust. It's thicker. In arear. It's a nice crust idea I mean. If they didn't call it. Crisanto crossed. I think he would like it more. Just because it's not bad, it's not it's not croissant. If they wanted to say a flakier crushed her like a different recipe that had a flakier for cross. But, it's very similar to a doughy earlier pizza crust. Manila's kind of Doughy, and that's been my experience journal. They're always kind of doughy. Is it light and fluffy? It's kind of like. Denson, fluffy at the same time. Somehow it's a lighter pizza crust that makes any sense. You'd have a pizza of frozen pizza. That has like an natural crust. It's not just like a thin crust. It hasn't actual crust that can be kind of heavy sometimes so lighter than that. It has the weight of sausage and the cheese wishing down, so it's not like Super Airy, but it is definitely lighter. But also because of the butter greasier. It's working well as a zone though to This folded over. She have soda pop with it are. Attempt to proper pills. Limited edition TIC TAC out to. That's coca-cola tic TAC. which I don't really understand why you would want to have your Coca Cola in tic TAC form, but we are there on a kick an on the tic. TAC It says Coca Cola as the Coca Cola logo. Very small well, not tax are usually mince, and it's for your breaths. I'm wondering if this is going to be like a strong flavor. It's very much like all syrup. Nut I don't like it. It. Is. It is. Just like Coca Cola. Now I know ink you're meant to bite into them like we are just so we can get the flavor and not biting into it or you're not on. Mine just tasted like the colour. Surf the heavily Americanized toler. Serpa Corn Syrup. Sugar? Might Taste Lake. Is The slushy. Use the taste like Coca Cola. I mean. If got. If I was a coke addict trying to cut back. This would give me the flavor without like the jump. And by Coke Attic, I mean Coca Cola addict and the jump I mean from Kathleen. Now the thing is I. Don't think it would the caffeine because no I went one day recently with the coffee that did not end well, so like I admit my addiction right there I need the caffeine. Don't give me a copy flavor. Tick that. Give me the caffeine. If you're just like I wish, I had more Coca Cola flavor in my life. It definitely tastes like coca-cola. Blue yet. The colour flavor absolutely there's no mint it straight up Coca Cola flavor kind of like the orange tic TACs or not. Mindy either. No I wasn't expecting this to be met at all. If you took the Cola Syrup from a felt machine. CONCENTRATED INTO TECH, size! Those so I just got we notification right now. That relies so in case you didn't know where library. Oh I never been more alive in my lightning. Begin fish the pizzas, so you know tablets even review. It's time to move onto ships low. Yeah, we have to throw chips now by got pizza. All Dutch has a two limited edition flavours out now spicy dill pickle on a buffalo, macaroni and cheese. What's weird is have you ever had buffalo macaroni and cheese like just in life? I haven't. A huge Buffalo Fam- you have amy. Yes, that is the thing that adding like the Franks hot sauce to your Mac and cheese to make buffalo managed also had chicken in. The Buffalo Chicken Mac. You know how much I love my spice. Buffalo. I mean technically we've had like spicy. Jill pickle chips before, but those were the flaming hot. Yeah, and this is just really a ploy to make you make Ryan face and also mentioned that all Dutch has to new limited edition chips. Can we start with the Buffalo? Maybe it will kill my taste buds before the pickle begin. I'm intrigued by Buffalo Mac and cheese, and it sort of makes me WanNa make Buffalo Mac and cheese, but not really. These definitely smell like la sauce. They are orange inge. And they smell buffalo. Vaguely It's not very strong. Oh, could spice though I spy. Read Worse. That's nice chip. As the cheese heretics. Taste the hot. Yeah I'm I'm only getting hot. I did a little bit of hot not necessarily happened the flavor of francs, but Not The way. Get Hot. I can tell you that. Cheese macaroni. or It's spicy chip well I don't like spicy chips. I don't like spicy. I would've liked. Would have liked to spicy Cheddar, but that tasted spicy spicy. Lattimore spicier than that. Her. This kind of hopeful that the spicy dill pickle we'll have less dill pickle and more spicy, so I can just be offended by one flavor not done. Wrong Mrs I'm rooting for spacier. It's knows very much like dill. Herb not much. Oh don't like pickle. Is Not very spicy. ACHY LIGHT A Terrible Chip Amy Lonza Flavor Virginia. We've had that's the best. All. I just this just makes me think of my grandmother. and. Yeah If. You ever hung out after the Youtube and heard that story. You'll know exactly what I mean. Full. I liked tickled shifts better than the Coke X.. No! Maybe Brian You have the pizza. You can try to neutralize pizza. lsi Did after the old buffalo. Space, it does not spicy. It's just more dill. I would have preferred spicy. Irby deal. It's not Piccoli. Dill I gotta say the Giorno Croissant. Crust pizzas a good buffer. Yeah, it does knocks all that stuff right down. top-shelf signature. If you have friends, who may you eat? Make you a terrible things and you're like. How do I neutralize it? Gorno Crisanto Christina. If you have a podcast that you do with horrible people. Yourself at the Journal. That they need to put the attacks off a higher shelf, he can't reach it. Good Best? I will say a if you ended any other. Pickles. Law Known is what it was supposed to be I'll say that you like tickle chips. will actual pickle chips I like, but not pickup in all those immediately gets price on there I. Didn't really get spice. I didn't get spice either. I just got pickle. It's better than Rick. Right up there with everything pickle in my opinion, but we have something that I think is probably going to be good. Something's going to be good here. Still. Minnesota's own. Pearson's candy. They're the ones that bring the salted nut roll recently purchased in the last couple years. Bit O honey, are they also make the nut Goodie, and the Bun if you're into deep cuts. They have new thins of all of those plus the mint patties they make and actually. By found them afterwards. Novi hold up like that bag, amy. This is funny to me. Is I saw honey things? or The nut roll fins and I thought Oh. This is gonNA. Be like a thin version of the candy and I completely ignored. The fact that on the packaging very clearly shows that it's a bark. Says like basically that. Yes, so you're thinking was going to be like a cluster or like goober or something right like a thin version of a salted nut roll. And not just. A bark. That is live this alternate route, but we're going to try them. Which one should we start with? I personally love the salted nut roll. Let's let's like salted nut, rolls. I think. I'm on a quest to get a fresh. which is one right off the line there so? During, different fresh! This fad cake apply. They're always going to be good, but a fresh one is. Art Right now on the back of the bag. Amy, you have the bag on the back of it underneath a picture of it. It tells you exactly what this is. Ski Read that for us. Really peanut butter, base. Blended with roasted peanuts, crisp national, bid and CARAMEL. Say It looks like it's in a bar with a more bits in knots. One salted nut roll. It's good. It's different enough from salted nut roll it's. I definitely, it reminds me of the salted nut roll. But yet it's not a soft role it all. I think this would be a good movie candy. I would plow through a bag of this. This is make it through the previous. Like I wouldn't want to eat a salted nut roll during a movie, but like this'll be good movie candy. very snack. I wasn't expecting as much of a case. which is a nice surprise. That's actually why I wanted to start with it. As I knew it was peanut butter. And I figured you'd. We could restore our friendship by starting with that. You know. You got to get that goodwill towards me. Every now and then I'll be shopping step for the podcast. It'd be like. The, Keebler! Peanut butter delight the peanut, delights! Peanut Dreams Rather. He I gotta get those again I'll be like. Is this stuff bad enough that I need to add peanut butter dreams to the cart. move onto bit honey. is talking about how they like bit of honey I think hundreds of bitter nasty. What is in love honey in this says it's biddle. Honey thins blended with. CARAMEL and honey. The regulars just a bit of waste of my time. Is So addicting. It's smells very sweet. It's better than better hunting. But still tastes like honey. Honey to me usually tastes own. I like this. Better than better honey, but still. An. Middle honey makes me think if I had crowns on my teeth, it becoming off. This is nice. You. Honey is usually kind of hard. Again, probably stale no buys it. But this is. A. Chilly, but it's not as stick years married. Now the controversial ones here, Bun and nut Goodie which. Are the same. When you read the description on the bags, they're the same. Obviously in the store they're not. and. They felt the need to make two different things. Read the same yeah and I was looking at I was researching this because we're scientists now I before the show and It's the wait is the same. The contents are the same. The packaging is different so therefore it's different for the things a real ones. So the real ones are the same to. The calories are different. ooh! The Nut Goodie is one hundred sixty calories per ounce. Where is the BUN is one sixty. And now, I just took this piece out of. The Bag I. Don't remember which one this. I need to pause to address Lilia saying that if they had bit a honey with peanut butter added, Brian would like it. This is my thought on that in theory that sounds right, but it makes me think that probably would be that Halloween candy in Orange and black rappers, the peanut butter things that really aren't peanut butter the. Burn. Yeah. WHO MAKES LESS? That's what I would say that they would be like so the jury's out on that one. You know who makes us Bryant. Just, horn, the same acres of as peeps. All. Yes, you know now that you say that I, did and I thought that that would make sense to you. Right so Barnard Nut Goodie. For those. Illicit, the bun the buns used to have more nuts. This is a good. Next bonds. I'm having the nut Goodie having the Bun. I'm having. I'm having the not good. He will see maybe not so nice plans. The night that he to non going to have the. Very interesting I've never seen anything quite like this. Is Marshmallow and not bark. It's it's nice. Maybe it's just pieces I took I. Get hit the Maple Flavor with the nut goodie, but not with the Bun. Taste me. In the bud seems more chocolate nutty. Electrical Bill so I'm sorry I might going out. I. Don't taste the difference. Got Really facing a difference either. I'm sure there is one maybe. Minimum Metro. But the thing that's different. Is that when we say bark usually bark. Was a little our little little denser, but these are still soft. which I like. And with these especially, the nuts and the marshmallow give a variety of textures to actually go well together. No. I'm Danny We're being asked. Where can people buy? These I saw some at a gas station. I've seen them in various grocery stores. Now you have to remember. The pearsons based in Saint Paul Minnesota over in West, seven street and like the nut. Roll Pearson salted nut roll is kind of like a Minnesota Institution. So you, you find. The Pearson's candy is everywhere here in Minnesota. I would presume that they distribute the nationally. Pearson's Candy Dot Com might have a store locator, but Air Minnesota. They're in basically all the grocery store right now. I I. Bet that you'll be able to find them at a target or Walmart in the near future. If one I will see, there is another one that we don't have today. While I mean I have it, but we have a distributor which is the meant Patty, which is dark, chocolate blended with real peppermint, oil and Chris Marshmallow bits. which I think Brian would hate. Irish. Originally thought this'll be like super thin mint patties and I'm like that is work. Those E I don't. Meant in desserts I usually doesn't do much for him. It's not saying that I don't like it. It just doesn't do much for me. Well. we. Have Three. We have there's four but like. Instead of identical twin. Yeah, I can't tell them apart, so that's twins for me. So. We could play our Game FM K with Nut Roll been honey. And the identical twins of. Goodie. Yeah. I'm ready to go, so for Brian all this is really easy. Actually I don't like killed a bit of honey. Because it's given me a little bit of vomit in my mouth. Better than the candy better than the candy, but still when I'm looking at least three things like the it's. It's obvious that that has to go. There's no no say. I'M GONNA have to FROLIC with the twins I'm sorry that. I mean sorry. As team. K. Seems like the stereotypical Answer? But Yeah, no, I mean they're. They're bountiful and like You know Bro Answer based in truth. Yeah in I, guess Now they just they both bring a lot to the table. And Yeah, we're GonNa have a nice frolic. All all three of us in. You know what I'm I'm GonNa just even say names because I'm going to get them wrong. You know in US going to make it awkward, so Brusca capable anonymous FROLIC. They don't even care if you're getting the bonner getting the nut. No. No. Like whenever it is Yup, I'll take it I'll take you know. Let's be real. Take when I can get, but these. Yeah, this is A. I'M GONNA. Go with and of course I have to Mary, the salted nut roll which surprises me. Because I own, sultanate rolls are good. I don't love them, but they're good. I will gladly take one anytime. But these are in them. We know I love my peanut butter. Mill that there's something deep there so yeah, that's what really made this special mets like basket in the rose. That's getting the brain. What whatever? Law for it. Right. Yep, I also am GONNA frolic with the twins. I'm a little surprised. Because as much as I like chocolate and chocolate things, it's just a little too much for me a little too rich good for. Once, in a while, but not a long term. then. I'm GONNA marry the bit of honey? 'cause I love Biddle, had he reminds me a bit of honey, and it's a softer, but I still eat the real honey to. Have lots of bit of honey. Which surprisingly of killing the nut roll, I, love nut rolls, the the regular ones take. It just this is disappointing. It just makes me WANNA nut roll. Doesn't make me want this. I want the new Giti Nougat in the peanuts than. I thought I. Would Miss The the new sooner warm. But they can say it all right for me, yeah! So, I'm surprising myself a little bit here to. I'm killing the natural. EMMYS at some level. The one I liked the most like taste wise. But? It also makes me miss the real nut roll. So. Like. Still avert is often kill things that remind me of a version of something else that I'd rather have. And this is falling category like I enjoy this on its own. If you said to me, we're just calling this. Mark Right it will. A name calling this. Chock recall is Brian A name it's not not role. I would I would enjoy it on its own, but you would enjoy eating Brian. You'RE YOU'RE GETTING BRIAN? Nut Bark Eve. Yeah, whatever okay are! Now. But we just had a name purchase name. Or does it had different like called peanut butter candy stuff? I will be in. But it reminds me of in that role. So that's GonNa die. Ryan I know you said it was like Cliche to frolic with the twins. Is Sort of as but then I was thinking, I was actually. I was you very briefly I was you? Then two things came to mind. Right one. Why would you frolic when it like frolic occasionally when you could do that all the time? So I'M GONNA marry the twins like why why making a tree, it's like it's like breakfast for dinner. Like sure you can have as occasional tree, but like why not just do every day the why making a special thing? Why not make it your all the time Liga? Me Is law. And the other one is this is I was looking at the bit, O honey. And thinking about the biddle honey. And I realized. You know what? Sometimes, you just want a bit. Honey events literally named after a frolic like like it is a frog added core, but if you want like Begnaud, honey, that is offensive frolic, it's. Not Rule. On what you're into? Our. For me I'm less to a nut, roll and more into like a bit of honey. You know like so. You want an occasional bit of honey has a thin bid honey. That's a FROLIC. And so? All appear since products are kind of named after frolics nut. Goodie Natural Bun the honey. Well. The one that seems the most like a frolic to me is the bit O. honey argument I'll give you that, so you named after a frolic. Don't be surprised. When you name your child after an herb and they end up. On a pole. A happens. Rain! Renamed Child Cinnamon. Okay then. I'll take all the middle honeys. Regular take all the angel. Take all the FROLICS, everybody. Wanted to put that out there in out there. Is Brandon continues to eat his makeshift kill zone there. This one little zone here for is is the meant patty is meant patty. I mean in college. I definitely have a thing with chicken patty. Like I'm not no. Like? When when the cafeteria had chicken patties, we were like loading up I was definitely bringing chicken patty back to the room. Like. I thought you knew a lunch. Lady named Patricia I didn't know I didn't know. Love. Patio and peanuts. Yeah anyways. I think that's our show this medic that. That's where we end. Every other patties. Janney his brought to his dorm. Hamburger Patty. That was that was. That was a grind. Thank them for listening can sign off. Please thank you everybody for listening and hope you enjoyed it and if you did, it doesn't matter, still still listen to us again. That's all that counts right. Like it and you've got this are like I don't know if. You you. Don't have to read to the end of the buck. I'm that note.

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Part 2: Jeff Cesario, plus Rotten Tomatoes and The News (ACS June 2)

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So that's what we're hearing there, but needless to say Adam you'll be proud to now I have my twelve pound pipe wrench ready to go. Nice just to well I. Know we case. Someone tries to come in. We have this thing where like in Garcetti was talking about during his press conference like now. WE'RE NOT GONNA call the National Guard. That's nineteen, one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety two. That's not what we do like it. That's what he said in a press conference. Then ten minutes later called national. Guard and I think we're all like. Nobody likes the idea of a National Guard I. Don't like the idea of an air marshal, but I'm kind of okay with one on my flight, you know. And I kind of that way like hey I, if I live in a nice neighborhood, and if there was a lot of rotting folks running around, and it's like well, you want WanNa militarize I could militarize for two and a half days, and then that can go away. Nobody wants it, but it's a nice option having your back pocket chemotherapy. It's like no one wants that, but it's nice to know what exists in especially if they. If they dressed. If they dressed like golf pros, it might take it down a notch. Khakis and Paulo's. But in Bagger Vance era to not modern. neckers. Yeah, the watch it when you're talking about Bagger Fan, you can't say. All Right, should we? Should we play the game? We already did the intro ahead all right if you haven't already preordered Adams New Book I'm your emotional support animal do it now. It comes out on June sixteenth, so order it and get yourself, or your loved one. The perfect father's Day gift to celebrate your latest compliment. A this week's rotten tomatoes game is based on some of the chapters titles Oh chapter one support dogs, and the death of dignity, well for one flits honor, a dog who actually does provide support on the basketball court that is, but she didn't know Harvey Weinstein produced his kids. Canine classic that currently has fourteen sequels and spinoffs offs. From Nine, hundred, ninety seven. Air Bud. Big How big litter! Poster is amazing. He sits, he stays. He shoots. He scores God. that. Dog Is dunking and by the way. Nine not since Whoopi Goldberg's burglar where she was riding the bike on the suspension cable of the Golden Gate Bridge ask if have been so bamboozled by movie poster. This never took place when you. When you see the movie poster from Cop. Burglar movie. Bows Roberta Whoopi. Goldberg's on a police bike riding on the. A you know I've said this many times. It doesn't happen in the movie. You shouldn't be able to show it on the poster. If the dog doesn't mean, you can't show it on the poster we've all. What if porn work this way? What poor just had a bunch of supermodels on the fucking box and you want okay. I'll get this one and then nothing nothing, but fours and fives in there. You'd burn down the video store maybe dating myself okay. Here's mine is is. Unbelievable as As! A Ben Affleck falling in love with anybody on a moving post. I Love Wonder if Weinstein was consistent like I wonder if he called the golden retriever up his room in Manhattan and be like you know, I could go with Schnauzer. Would you do? You, you lick my balls. All look years that's. Where the business works! That this dog, ironically tragically, whatever lost a limb later on in his career. You guys know that I did not know that no I. I remember certain weird things like. Jedi judge. Ito had a bunch of hourglasses on is ask and I do remember hearing a story that the dog from Airbud had to have a leg amputated. At Z Plan Wheelchair Basket some point traveling carnival probably gone by now, but buddy post up moves ninety seven, the articles written about Buddy, seven year, old, golden retriever, who also appear America's funniest home videos and late night with David Letterman began limping toward the end of filming Airbud in December and he lost his leg to cancer. Awesome he's still able to shoot baskets, said Dizzy spokeswoman. Back, wow, that's perseverance not at the not at the high school level anymore, right? She's doing it for fun. These are pickup games in the dog. Park right. He's not helping us. Local high school team will see placed. Team this dog or junior high team. Chris please. Mary. Side? The poster for burglar and the poster for a view to a kill, a year and a half apart both atop the Golden Gate Bridge, why? All. These movies do is served upset me because I watch him. I see that dog Gopher triple double in a playoff game, and then I come home, and see my dog laying on top of the fucking slab in front of the front door, and I go you worthless sack of Shit. Look at you. You don't move. You don't work the pivot. Spread the ball around. All Right You can't even beat Portland. This is this is A. This is not a good movie. It's a Disney movie. It's a kids movie, maybe they. You know it's got some heart I don't think anyone's seen it. It's a it's A. It's probably a Nice Disney kids movie, and you know it's probably not fresh, but it's not fifteen. It's a nice. Disney kids movie I suppose. I'm going to lock it in. At, thirty nine. Old, move here I said just on the plus. One sixty one kid's a kids movie helpful. Pleasant Story. It's a kids movie about a dog to plays basketball I think it's one of these issues where you don't want to be the critic that gets caught dead thinking. This is okay. It will ruin. Your credit is twenty seven. Wow I'M GONNA go with seventy three and that brought to you by conundrums. The drum set. No one can figure out. Airbud. Is Rotten at forty five percent. Wow, bro. Jumping highfalutin critics. What are they know about dog basketball? Geneva all Doug Basketball and it's not easy. Jeff what was your score again? Seventy, three, seventy three. Oh. Yes, our talking right. Whoopie, yeah, now, at least what James Bond was doing is theoretically possible. I guess even though He. He's wearing a smooth sold loafer, and his GAL is wearing heels barefoot and they're walking on towns. With Christopher Walken atop the. Gate Bridge totally doable. It's highly unlikely, but I would argue if you widen out on burglar. Not only what whoopie doing impossible. You have a car behind her. Who just driving on the right side of the car? I. I now known Whoopi. Max A, Pat Ah. Is there any kind of sanctioning body for these posters like I feel like if I was? Paramount when they showed me the poster I'd go. You know we got an issue here. Because you have a cop car chasing a two wheeled motorcycle that's riding on one foot wide suspension cable. How is the COP car doing that? Yeah people are GonNa go see our movie. Yeah, the problem well, the. Stand remember Joey Chitwood the stunt driving. The Thrill Teams I. Know even he said I'm not doing this show. We chitwood could ride on two wheels, but the car had to be up at forty five degree angle your. Car Flat? The left side of the cars where the driver is. We're in America, so you have a two hundred pound cop sitting on that. I just don't think this scene is in the movie. That's all our misleading misleading right here. Is there a spoon flying out of her motorcycle? She would have to see the movie. She's a burglar, can you? Can we remember how? Can we remember just are Super Lazy. Hazy days of summer and how naive we all were, and how wonderful world that is when people would break in your house and Steal Silverware. Somebody, yeah, now it's like the brought when they break in your house just to vandalize it and have sex with kids like there is no more stealing of silver. She was stealing silverware. She's a burglar. Serial burglar. Serial Burglar! Yes, Jessica had to chapter three. It's not all good in the victimhood. We talk a lot about self made martyrs who benefit from your sympathy. Our next film takes that notion to the extreme showing you victim who's ultimately transformed into an iconic super villain? From two, Thousand Nineteen Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix. Stars as joker well. Everyone loved this. I haven't seen it yet. My son loves it says it's Great I. Feel like I'm I'm bummed out enough. I just don't want to be. This is not feel good move. This is not the time. Yeah. I'd rather watch precious and see if I could get myself back to homies stasis. I I don't know how you guys feel but I feel a lot like I feel this way with like these videos on the Internet. Like oh this guy gets a compound fracture and you've got to see it, and I'm like no, no I. Don't I get it I. Get it and I'm not saying it's like. I I WANNA. Say This is a very good movie and a skillfully executed movie. I just would rather watch something fun and stupid right now. Yeah, this is not it. Okay. Bye Now. Critics loved it I think loved it so I'm going to go. You guys locked in. Second. Ninety one. I said ninety one as well. It was going to say ninety one. I want a couple of lower at eight hundred nine. We Watch this I think the same day, or maybe the same taxi driver and I said, has anyone drawn parallels between these movies and he goes Oh, yes, everybody! Nine to nine as well, all right joker is fresh. At Sixty eight percents. Oh good. I'm surprised and not surprised. Eddie really I didn't care for it. Yeah, people for Best Picture, wasn't it yeah? At Eighty, eight wow, I stand corrected next up. We gotTA chapter called. Hashtag heroes. We live in a world where everyone thinks they're hero. I guess our next film was way ahead of its time back in ninety nine, an all star cast of Wannabe superheroes like the shovellers. The Bowler, the spleen and mister furious teamed up to take on Cazenove. Frankenstein in this Superhero Spoof, nine thousand nine hundred ninety mystery men cow theater. I love this movie. Janine Garoppolo. Brian or is a lie loved us a good cast, right? Yes Oh God. There's a there's a there's a montage sequence where they're trying out new superheroes for the team, and there's at least two or three notable faces who are not famous at the time I think maybe Dane Cook I. Think Dana Gould might have been in that. You guys can track down at the montage sequence, but yeah. Well this is I didn't see it. I think I remember hearing. It's kind of fun I think it may have been a little like what galaxy quest was the fi like? Maybe it got some. Oh, that's surprising I liked this self, aware and smart. Yeah, I have no idea what Brian's and right now. Do you do I I? I'm not going to say was bad I'll do the. I'll go with the barely fresh at sixty one. I'm right there. With is a really good movie. The critics totally missed the tone it Cillian. It's reverend sixty five. Wow, I think. forty-seven. Jeff. Jeff! HIMSELF YOU'RE LOCKED UP JEFF. I'm going fifty six. One of you. is on the button that from still even around. Mystery man is. Fairly, fresh at sixty four. Dominated that. Sand Dana Gould was squeegee man. Dana Gould. It like absurd Superhero squeegee. Next is chapter six in the book academia nuts. Has? This chapter is titled Suggests All of our teachers have become entitled narcissists then again. Maybe it's always been this way. Our next film takes place in nineteen, fifty nine, where an unconventional teacher rips chapters out of textbooks and tells us up school students to stand on their desks and stand up to their oppressive father's. Carpet some diem with Robin Williams in nineteen eighty nine dead poet's society Oh captain my captain. Movie, right, there's a lot of debt. You say it was eighty nine. Okay, what's interesting about this? Though zero woke, points looking that cast a Lily White Gentlemen. Well, it's up school, but yeah do. They. I best actor nomination. Perhaps, maybe was this. let's say I was trying to think of. Cod. What was the movie where John Lithgow played? It's like transgender bomb. Is this world? War that world according to. Older movie. Good Morning Vietnam so I could be wrong about that so maybe. Yeah. This is the second best actor Nomination Good Morning Vietnam was two years earlier. Okay so now. They love this movie, but they love it. In the nineties. They love it and the eighties we we've got kinda burned with joker already for going a little high. I'm going to lock it in at eighty nine. I gotta a move here because I think I'm falling behind so actually when a little low. This movie's really melodramatic, almost sappy so I said seventy interesting I said eighty-eight. I'm going eighty one. That's brought to you by porn on the cab was number one adult store? Good as gone. Dead Poet's society. Is Certified Fresh Tang at eighty four percents. Oh, good, good, good, so tight game back in this. But then finally chapter eight is titled. From primates to post meets the de-evolution of species. In honor of this chapter title we turn to the long standing. Hollywood tradition of pairing movie stars with monkeys. Clint Eastwood Stars as a trucker, a bare knuckle brawler and a lover with a motorcycle gang hot on his heels. He in his pattern rang, a Tang Clyde set out for the American West Nineteen, seventy-eight, every which way but loose. Few realized. When you watch this movie realize there were eight guys who played bikers in Hollywood in the seventies, and they would show up on Samsun, and they would show up on Clinton should move. There's like one guy with bad skin. Who Was Husky and other guy? Big Beard was Husky, and there's this suck the same eight guys, and if there is any sitcom where. Where there's a situation, where like the bumbling guy spilt the coffee at the guy at the counter, the diner and he stood up. It was just one of those guys. That's all we had like five biker. Guys and they're all in this movie because they need. They need them all all right, so clint someone tweeted me. Clint Eastwood turned ninety the other day. Ninety years of a certified fresh key turned fifty three. My I think my dad is gonNA turn ninety. I'll tell you what when my dad remind me Max Bada when my dad turns ninety. Let me show at his house with. A list of Clint Eastwood accomplishments, and then we'll have. My Dad's written down on a cocktail Napkin, and then I'll just compare and contrast the two lives as a celebration of my dad's life. The. Down and he turned ninety on Sunday. Yes. All right posters fantastic now. This is tough. This is tough guy. I. Think. Brian's a little behind here. we're pretty pretty pretty tight at the top. And the these movies were considered like fun and rollicking, and whatever back when we didn't put our jeweler's loup onto, criticize the movies I was fun. Do. We know why he has a chimpanzee. I don't know, but it's his chimpanzees named Clyde. And he would ride shotgun in his truck. And when he wanted to punch when he wanted to punch one of the bikers like pulled up next to him and his truck, he'd go. Right turn Clyde and Clyde rich. MAC is out and punched a biker in the that's good. That's the turn signal humor. Yes, so. I got up mall subdivision I gotTA protect the lead item signal I can't I can't believe this is fresh. But it's also like fun and who cares and Clint Eastwood was not carrying this sort of political baggage. Pulling now I'm going to go with my what I presumed to be a safe fifty five. Yeah. I had to go a little bold here. Twenty twenty I two went with. Say Fifty Five. Thirty eight and that's brought to you by the tough actors. Bikers Gang. Looks can be deceiving. Every which way but loose. Is Rotten? At thirty seven Oh now it's real close, yeah! Look. It's not enough for me to pick up their unfortunately well, ladies and gentlemen. We have a streak broken today. DAMMIT! Gina Grad. Podium Party M after weeks successive weeks of making it to the podium. You come out in fourth place with a score. Seventy five ver-. F Man. And it's GonNa hurt a little bit more when you find out that ball Brian. beat you by one point for. Domination domination and leaving. Scenario and Corollas separated by eleven points Jeff you're coming in. At fifty eight. Making? You. The winner of second place. Because Adam takes the cake at forty seven. Yeah, Nice I. Would deliver my acceptance speech where we have to get to the news so all moving along I will. Now. Can I say something I don't know Cesario in sports and all that kind of reminded me this I, brought it up once maybe a long time ago, Can we stop this thing? Where at the end of the boxing match or the UFC fight? There's like a close hard fought battle five rounds. The REF stands between the two fighters. He holds both their risk in order to raise the hand of the winner. They're talking about judge. Marquez, has it? Fifty five fifty four Judge Garcia has it tied fifty five. And, one guy's raising his hand already. It's like put your fucking hand down. Let us. Can we get through this so sometimes guy or oftentimes both guys? We'll have their free hand up and it's like. Let me explain how work you stand in the center of the ring. The Guy with the bowtie holds your res- and then he raises the one who wins you. Don't raise the one while the reading all the judges scorecards. It's weird, and then at some point you put yours down. The other guy puts his up or sometimes. You're both up. We should eliminate that. We should know a good. Here's the new protocol. There and you wait to have your hand raise not raise your free arm. That's all. Make sense as a to influence the referee while he's ordering at one hand up. Also the reading the judges scorecards you think one of the judd goes. Hold on. Give them all game giving up. I like that guy's armpit. I'm going to go ahead and change round for. Round. All Right? We'll take a quick break. We'll come back with the news right after this. Break! All those crazy trump tweets. G. Crack Trump. Gene Gene. The news with Gene Grad. Believe how little corona virus news we have. Suddenly, it's like we walked off one of those walking escalators at the at the airport. Switching gears of course again just to give an overview because I know we're all. We're all pretty sick of. Hearing the same stats over and over again at least forty cities in DC, Had imposed carpet. Sunday night response to violent protests across the country over the weekend, additionally as of Sunday, approximately five thousand National Guard members activated in fifteen states. We were one of them here in La. Also Washington DC and other two thousand prepared to activate if needed. Arizona. The governor, said the Emergency Declaration, which they activated emergency and disaster. Relief will. will allow police to be equipped to make arrests of individuals who are planning to riot, loot, or cause damage or unrest taxes, it allows the federal agents to service peace officers, Virginia it allows the mobilization of resources including the National Guard. Meanwhile, the city of Chicago closed the Central Business District. kind of like we. We just heard about in Palm Springs. That's the loop area to only employees whose businesses are located in the business residents who literally lived there can't get into out. Otherwise major highways closed Minnesota just to sort of prepare, and we talked about this a bit, but some the the looting moved on. We were dealing with downtown. Los Angeles here in l.. A. And the MEL rose area. Well Sunday night it turned to Santa Monica and Long Beach hit pretty extensively. Santa Monica Luder spent hours at the upscale business district stealing stuff setting fires long beach and outlet mall. Downtown shops were hit as an and this was this was in the news, as protesters screamed at the looters and begged him to stop which we've been hearing a lot of. Of hundreds arrested in response to the protests across the nation Lake Arlette County Sheriff, Alexander Wave announced this co countywide curfew six PM to six am, but of course the looting went long into the evening. I personally haven't heard of any weekday curfews yet, but you never know, and you're going to get a little alert on your phone, and in terms of. TATTLE tired. All the alerts on the phone like I was trying to talk to Matt on the ride in the other day, and they lert constantly getting this fucking amber alerts all the time which again. It's fine, but most of the time I'm sitting in my Dan Watching Sports Center I. Don't Jump Up and yell gas up the rig and I start strapping on a helmet flak jacket I'm going to bring this perp down and also this is a dad who got into a shitty custody battle with his acts, and now he's kept his nine year old for two days longer. They should have you don't. That's between them? I don't need the alert. We don't need to be fucking deputized. On the five year, brea these don't act you. They're. Nice. Geo targeted a little bit. We're getting alerts for you. Know The aforementioned puck. God knows where the fuck ever it is well, and also it kind of it always reminded me of the weather. Sorry of the traffic reports like well in upped in a near the slauson cutoff. There's construction. It's like what percentage of people are driving. Their car are heading for the slauson cutoff an update. What percentage if can't be one percent what percentage or even in their car? What why are we so specific with this I i? This is the parsley by the side of the plate. Nothing nothing ever I I sit home and listen to the radio. They're still giving traffic updates. There is no traffic. You took. Ugly Upland replaced with the much more attractive. Upton up Oh yeah up up. Up, yeah You're right. So speaking of retail shops. A lot of people are going. You know what we better get out in front of this so target CVs apple and Walmart all temporarily and quickly adjusted their hours and those I don't know if we got an alert for that, but I got a news notification about target I in some places, their stores have been burned looted turn very violent. Amazon even said Sunday amid the curfew. It adjusted. Adjusted its roots and suspended deliveries to keep drivers, safe and cities like La. Chicago Seattle Minneapolis so if you paid for prime, it didn't get your package last night. That's why but again you know. I I knew what I think. We all knew leading up to a Friday and Saturday. All Hell was gonNA. Break loose. I really don't know what to expect during the weekday. Do you guys have a prediction for the week? I'm trying to kind of figure out. How many of these people that are hitting the streets and looting or being violent or doing whatever? Live with their parents or a parent like how many is. Is it possible that there's a mom and dad? And then this young person is leaving to go join the group and vandalized and looted and set fires I mean the that that number must be ridiculously low. Are you going to bring all that shit home without anyone noticing and then what percentage of them had a mom and a dad and moved out three years ago to go to college to get a job or have a roommate like I? Would love to get statistics on intact families, looters, violence, and you know graffiti and starting fires I. I think there's a direct correlation I feel like the DADS of the disciplinarians. The DADS are gone. There's no more discipline and now the discipline is kind of left up to the cops, and that schoolteachers and the security guards they become the disciplinarians and the problem with that is. If the DAD's doing it at home, and it starts from the time you come home from the hospital, and the dad is disciplining you along the way then obviously when you become an adult, you don't need the cops and the security guards in the schoolteachers to discipline you, if in fact, the cops in the schoolteachers or disciplining you and security guards. It's always going to have a horrible outcome. That that! A plan from the outside, you know what your dad and mom, but what your dad really can do with the time outs or the sorry you don't. You've lost the use of your cell phone for three days because of all that stuff like from the inside out works pretty good, and then you become nineteen and you enter society, and you have a pretty good relationship with discipline like you've kind of been authority. You've been kind of calibrated if you have no calibration. Then the security guy pulls out the pepper spray, and then you yell, you're not the boss of me and the next thing you know you guys are rolling around on the ground, and outcome is always going to be bad. Yeah sorry. So, just also in terms of of protective. Doing things that advance for the protection of others, secret service agents rush trump to the White House bonker Friday night when protests. became very a crazy in DC. Fallen? Yeah, trump's spent nearly an hour in the bunker, which is designed for emergency use like terrorist attacks that was from a Republican source close to the white. House defiantly not able to speak on record, not immediately clear if the first lady and Baron with him, but secret service protocol would have said that you know whoever's under the roof, and with the families should go to the scene. You know underground shelter. Jeff seven technical difficulties, so he's he's fallen off, but that's a. that's all right because we don't have much more show to go, but I've thinking about it I. Wonder if trump gets goodsell. Connections, good cell service from the bunker, and then maybe if he isn't able to tweet from the bunker, then maybe a win for us all. Yes, maybe but I'm picturing one of his aides like looking out the window and six months gone looks like there's a storm brewing out there. Mr President. That's the Gardner is it you don't know what? These people show up in. Let's clever. Sir Very Clever. Let's let discretion be the better part of Valor. Go down into the bunker. I can't tweet by what's all right? You'll make up for it when we let you out. Compulsive drafts will bring some food whether you like. Through the. Great well. He wasn't in there long because he did tweet a very soon after that that he does blame and t for all this and has now designated it a terrorist organization, according to one of his tweets, so antifa short for antifascists is named loosely affiliated with his left, leaning anti-racist group that have been involved in some violent clashes over the years. The movement has no unified structure. Structure National Leadership Trump has ready. railed against the left wing agitators, and other times the presidency, referring to them as the all laughed in two, thousand, seventeen, following the violent confrontation between White, nationalist and counter protesters in Virginia, so they're now on the terrorist group, but we know there's there's very good people on both sides, so we'll see what happens the terrorist group designation. Get us. The FBI can question I think what it does is it opens up? What, the FBI and the CIA folks, law enforcement can do so if you take. the CRIPS or the bloods. It's of up to the police to deal with the CRIPS and the bloods, but if you designate them terrorist group, then you can get the feds involved. There are others involved and you can start i. don't know wire tapping their phones and things like that. I think there's something to that. I think it opens up the parameters. Another words that the law enforcement and federal law enforcement can use the tools they can use because now. You're terrorist group. We can tap your phone I. Think Right and more. Yeah more to do with the department, of Justice, now instead of just your your local law enforcement. Yeah, right, I'm just. As ours as all our curfews and stuff in place for here I. Haven't gone any an alert, but I just yet. Long Beach scheduled for four PM and then one PM for, businesses. G. Four PM. Am Four PM for. Games. So I of course, I was driving like a Bat Outta. Hell so I. Don't know if you discuss this. With Mark Garriga's yesterday or not the other day, but NFL Commissioner. Roger Goodell being accused of hypocrisy and insincerity in his response to the death of George Floyd and the protests that followed now every big business on instagram twitter. Everybody's putting up statement now every. Every business at many big businesses and critics pointed to the League's handling of Colin Kaepernick and his protest against police brutality in two thousand, sixteen, saying Goodell and the League had deliberately stifled capper neck, and they really don't have a right to appear to be siding with protesters or anything right now on Saturday of the idea that everyone has to weigh in like hey. Hey Weather Tech! Let me get your take on this horrible senseless killing. Well, we manufacture plastic. Rugs for Your Automobile and Cup holders feel that our number one priority. It's like everybody. Just fuck able way in now. Yes, yes, so what? He said just part of what he said. The NFL family is greatly saddened by the tragic events across the country who? Now, it's up on my screen. Second the protesters reaction to these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel deepest condolences to Mitchell George Floyd to Amar Aubrey Armory Brianna Taylor. As current events dramatically underscore, this remains more their maids much more to do in our country, and as a League Blah Blah Blah people like eva do Vernay who's a director Michael Sean Duggar who writes Atlantic? They're just like. Are You Kidding Me Colin? Kaepernick asked the NFL to care about the lives of black people. They banned him from their platforms This is disingenuous. This is insincere so. They could have sat this one out probably. You know once they're gonNA have to get a black. Commissioner right at some. It's shocking. Haven't yeah right and then the problem for Whitey. The problem for wide he is. Once you get a black commissioner or you get a black police chief, or whatever you can't go back. You can go back to black. You can't go back to Honky like once you get the black person in that position. Then it becomes weird and political. If the red head guy takes his place, so understand NFL, you should have a black commissioner, but once you do. There's. No going back more are, you can get a chick. You might be able to white chick in their necks I. Don't think you can get Another guy looks like Adele. All right. Yeah, this is! They do more harm than good right like. Shouldn't they just kind of no comment that just? Put stuff out. I don't know you guys were wondering. What's the NFL's take on this new? And that's that old adage? It's better to keep your mouth shut and people think you're dumb than to open your mouth and confirm it was not not the hill for him to die on well, look no further than. God. What is the shit? WHAT'S THE James. Shit. James Brolin Woods now. A young actor got me to James. Franco offering drank. All Right James Franco. The reason we don't hear. His name anymore is because he put like a me. Pin on his lapel and went down the red carpet and I don't know rose. McGowan saw it. And when you're wearing a fucking metoo pin, you fucked up. You fucked tons of checks, or whatever and you're acting class, so he put the pin on. Then he got then they went. Why are you wearing that pin? And they ruined his career essentially, but what I'm saying is is. You make the statement you put the PIN on. You've opened the door. Leave the fucking pin at home. Don't make the statement and. It's not like. Anyone's watching the red carpet at the Oscars and sees James. Walking down the carpet goes. Where's this pin? Exactly now that's that's the new world order, don't. Don't. It's like a kind of reminds me of like. We're in this kind of frenzy and this mad mob and your job is just blend in with that mob. Don't stand up on Apple. Start Preaching. You'RE GONNA get hit with a campaign. Yes, them reminded. The mob reminds me. The. Mike Pence. Who tweeted? Obviously you know we we. We always stand with. We'll always dame for the right of Americans to peacefully protest and let the voices be heard and the mob. Jumped all over my mother fucker you. Could this whole fucking stunt where you went to? Colts Game Colin Gabrielle kneeled, and you laughed before the game like this preplanned stop. You obviously don't like support. The rights of people to peacefully protest so instead. This went out and no comment. Yeah, exactly. Out. Exactly right. You're something that did not get a lot of press because we've been a little sidetracked, but normally this would be a headline news just because somebody actually got it on camera. Brian, to be fair, he did watch. The kickoff announced. It was blow out while the ball was in the air blast so. Argument, I don't know that much is. Talking about football I can't climb into the man's head. Now. That's what I get for following too many people on one side. I got us. Open it out. Yeah, that's right. oh actor Denzel Washington now being hailed as a good Samaritan after he came to the aid of a distressed man, lay the other day, so somebody shot this video last week and posted it to twitter. You See Washington well. You don't see this apartment while she did. Hold over his car to help this guy who was at risk. Risk of getting run over basically while standing in the middle of a busy intersection he then intervened when the cops showed up tried to prevent the situation from escalating between the guy and the police. He's standing there with them he they're. They're handcuffing the guy, but without incident then we're. We're watching a bit of the clip right now I believe they end up. Taking handcuffs off him, Denzel gives them a mass to where he buys them a meal and everybody goes about their way. Basically, he was He was just this sort of random hero, and even the sergeant appreciated it. Here's a clip of him recapping the situation. Hide offers. So can you tell me what just happened We saw that Denzel Washington was here with what appeared to be a homeless guy. Yes, or Denzel drove by solid the individual on the road, and with word by Satan. They'll put over got the individuality. and then author call another person that was driving by saw Denzel. we we intervene. spoke to with the individual and determined that. He did not want to harm for others, and he was on his way Denzel left since L. providing the mask. To protect yourself from the firemen. All right. I think he gave a meal and they said Yeah. He's a Good Samaritan. It was a nice moment. I'm surprised like Brian Oh. He says that there's not a whole bunch of people named. Denzel the there should be. A bevy of twenty two year, old black man named Denzel. BELOVED ACTOR! Controversy free as far as I can tell and universally admired on all sides of the color spectrum speaking of that. Especially having a four year old now you know with like littler kids that you know that in the last say four or five years no little barracks to be found. Yeah, it's weird. I guess in a in a way. Maybe, they're like we will. We're GONNA. Make up our own name. We're not going with the stuff off the shelf for going. If you're. Going with the name that's never been. A human being ever ever again or because we think about it, maybe you go. All Right? If you're in the black community, maybe go. We'll go with James or will go with Kevin or Nicholas or something like that, or what have you, but then you go? The net groups go the traditional name, but if you're GONNA, go non traditional name. Then maybe you make up your own name seeing why we don't have that luxury, we either go traditional name or nontraditional name, but spoke name I'm making able doesn't exist does. Traditional or noun right, but can't yeah. We could do a do the DAKOTAS or the jury. Or say. Something like that, but it has to exist. We can't make it out of whole cloth all right. Let's be found in nature. One more I should write. My next book should be called rules for Whitey. Boys look at that popularity Denzel. Boys name popularity. Out in ninety three, but look Lo. It is a starting in two thousand. This is one of our finest actors regeneration. Did he get nominated and ninety three or Nine hundred ninety s when glory came out. And you can really super famous. Read quickly wow. I mean look at all the folks in name their kid after John Wayne. I have a friend named after John Wayne do his first name. John Middle Name Lane. Is a real schicker kicker and he likes Sean Wayne. Masan John Wayne. I was making a joke, but okay I was thinking about John, Kimmel. John Wayne Chapman. All Right? He's going to shoot the president, isn't he? Like? Murderers Oh. Well today's. All right one more. I'll right so some people still take social distancing seriously. They might not be in this country, but sex in your house with someone from outside of your. House is. Literally now illegal in the UK. The government is introducing new lockdown measures in England that prevent people from socializing with one person outside of their household in a private space so up until now the person in your house for sex would have been a breech of measures, but now both people would technically able to be prosecuted under the law with a regulations being introduced in parliament for those couples looking for a little work around having sex in public, already illegal and Downing Street today they insisted police would show discretion and common sense, but they are calling this a serious crime. The guy the disgraced guy who came up with all the model for. Man Mad cow disease, and how millions of people are going to be ravaged in the global hammock and a body counts and stuff who turn out to be? More than one hundred percent wrong? If that's possible, he was way wrong. That's guy got busted for having sex with his girlfriend. Inside his house. I. Again with all whatever riding is going on and all this. Isn't it kind of? Time to lift these things. Feels like a violation of civil rights, also like I heard anecdotally from people who've worked in prisons like. Security guards whatever like Oh, we actually kind of tacitly encourage. The inmates smoke marijuana because it keeps them calm. Don't fight. By the line, it's like yeah. See that that was one of one of the best and only arguments I've ever heard for conjugal visits I'm like these guys are locked up. Why are they having sex? You know what's what the conjugal visits and the GUY said. It calms him down. And? I was like yeah carrot cared. For a month, yeah, don't don't start a race riot on the handball courts, and you get the fuck your old. Lady in three weeks and I was like okay now. That makes sense. 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I Think You Should Leave Oral History

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I Think You Should Leave Oral History

"In blocked a podcast about jobs. I'm your host Jesse David Fox. I feel like I should talk about this episode with like nineties movie. Trailer Voice Episode. You've all been waiting for having Tim Robinson's star Co Creator Co writer of the Netflix sketch sensation. I think you should leave and previously detroiters. Maybe my favorite show ever ever and SNL has been the most requested guests in the history of this. Dang show and I get it. I sort of requested him to myself. I remember the moment as already a fan of his from the show. I mentioned and his netflix character special. which if you haven't seen you have to? It's like some of the best sketch reading. You'll see so watching. I think leave straight through and I got to the Ford Focus. Groups catch the subject of this episode. And in my opinion the best funniest sketch of the year and I knew it I was like I need. I need to talk this guy on the podcast about this exact sketch and I knew I wanna do live because even when I first saw it like this is going to be a big deal and a lot of people are gonNA. I want to be in the room when we talk about it. Which is why we specifically did it at Fault Festival back in November just that him along with his cannon who has worked with since SNL are able to write dumb better than anyone not only are their characters stupid ridiculous Weirdos but they think they're right always insisting that they're the smart art one in the sketch in the Ford Focus? Group of character is not actually played by Tim who plays the folks Gra moderator or Zach. Who Plays Paul? The folks group rival but Reuben Rebecca working actor from Cuba who has sixty three credits to his name having since become one of the most mean people the year Ruben when you see him a miracle of comedic talent altogether the result was a viral as sketch can go so instead of a traditional episode. I WanNa do something. Called the live oral history. We're go one by one. Each step of the production process. Best people have been so fascinated with the sketch. I didn't want to miss a detail. Joining Tim and Zach was Akiva Schaffer. A member of lonely island which produced the show and the director of the sketch before we get to the interview. We'll play the sketch now. If you haven't seen it you'll totally understand what's happening but you will be missing a lot of rubens. physicality like how. He weighs his hand when he says Stinky His dad and his water bottle flips. But the one that Paul flinches at and the one at the very end so whenever you get a chance watch this catch. Besides Netflix is on Youtube job. Because of me because I kept tweeting and efforts during summer being like got up with his online. So let's get to it. Here's the four focus group sketch from. I think you should aleve than a surprise field. Live oral history with the people behind. It keeps Schaefer Sat. Kenan Tim Robinson. Enjoy thank you all agreed to be part of this focus group. Your ideas will actually be used in helping us. Create a brand new model. There are no wrong answers. So let's go around the room and you just go ahead and call out features you'd love to see implemented in your ideal car whenever you're ready Bluetooth capabilities. Great Voice Activated Debated Lights. Perfect Satellite Radio Extra Cup holders and a phone holder steering wheel emf rail what you're driving rear view camera comfy see as good a steering wheel does fly off your hand. While you're driving automatic side mirrors agree a student will listen with auto the window thriving Baddie said good idea. I wrote it. Don't okay what do we think. It should look like sleek good high tech amick to a small. I'm sorry twist more so when you get in there you're like is this deal will fly off. I'm dose I can't I don't know why we'd make it too small i. I think it's a good idea. Time by okay. Maybe you could have like a sporty look great beaches speak any other ideas stinky. What what about if there is thinking site? You want that in a car. I'm sorry I cannot think any idea because this guy keeps farting. Let's just try and focus on the car. What are some ways we can make it? Family friendly no no space for mortar en la. That's not helpful. Shut up Paul. You Love Love your mother actually do. Oh my God he moved all what you you gone up this way. We should lay off. Paul that's what his wife said. I'm on okay these Connie's everything. No Oh you'll have to marry your mother in Law because he lays it you flips. You have to marry her mother-in-law did you very mother-in-law. I didn't flinch. Wait mom damn me you yourself a maybe yourself that you suck as true. If he's now you have to marry your mother. Your Flynn the Bro told you it is an oral history with this work. So we're GONNA talk about before the sketch even existed before the show even existed. Your was there. So let's let's start here Zach. You're coming from the Harvard Lampoon and working at New Yorker you started. SNL As a writer in two thousand eleven. Tim Coming from second city. Detroit and then Chicago joined the cast in two thousand twelve How and when did you start working together? was there something specific bonded over and then how did you know. It was a fit We started writing together mostly my second year on what I got moved into the writing staff. Jeff which I think is a good decision for you or for the show forever. Yeah I think there. I think we wrote together. When you're in the cast which was weekend update where he played a guy who was a real life story? Everybody got hall making replica of the Titanic. He was building a replica to using all the same this is identical. Aw completely identical. We've just same course. There is something about that guy writing that guy who we just had the stupidest idea spending a billion dollars on it that yeah figure that. Was this kind of thing that you're right. I think there's probably assumption based on your backgrounds. That Zack is sort of the structure and like more Cerebral guy in Tim. improviser as more of a wild card I think is that it's estimated. Correct no no Yeah I wouldn't say that I would. I don't think so. What are you now? Wow Wildcard I don't like that. This is not my assumption. WHO said wildcard? Yeah but it's like I'm not a wildcard. Probably probably in assumption. You said probably a wildcard. I don't like that what is it. What is your relationship a light or at least want to start especially? I'm better at typing so sure. That's true falling into the stereotype. Yeah exactly just the typing thing. No I ain't no wild card. You are type of your wildcard. I'm allowed cart at typing. That one thing yet and you're a Harvard ad type. I'm Harvard so of to back up again of Tim's first year there. There are few things you've got on the air that you're in at least assuming at hand in their Z.. Shirts there's a sketch replayed real estate agents. Complaining about people vandalizing their posters. Yeah and I think there's maybe once gets that felt most like I think you should leave. Which is one where you John? Jason is placed John Tash and you play his brother and you're pitching executives at the NBA on for pitching executives on an MBA NBC theme song. Two three four basketball football began some basketball game they. They came in Nepal Basketball Game Ball. Because I'm above all right. That's how you do. It was just getting high or such voice eighty right. That's good all old Chicago. Bill is one of these two years ago in Chicago so so obviously at that time. Urine light and then one day. I'm going to have a schedule a Netflix. But of the things you did on air ear do you feel like Oh. There's something there. It is a similar thing of. Here's this guy and I think they're like want him to leave their stop singing and then he hits everything right. Do you feel like that well to be fair. Every sketch says someone they want to leave. Not every that's primrose sketch comedies. You need to get out of here. you know Lazy Sunday they people were like yeah. Never mind you're right like cowbell. They're like stop that you gotta go. Yeah so what about that. John Ruth Sketch. You're saying it's most catches. Do you think you responded to opposed to wrap parodies. Don't you say here. I guess probably just that sort of thing is what Jack and I find the most funny. Do you remember things that you wrote when you guys started out as renting together and SNL. You mean things that didn't make it or if anything if anything made it that would be useful things that made it on us that you guys work together. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's there's kind of a lot I feel like that aired but like yeah I think the I I think probably the first thing that we felt like it was really like we felt control over and we're happy with was the the bugs video with Mike. O'Brien Brian Oh yeah yeah. Yeah it's like Mike Michael Ryan going out. He's trying to interview bugs on. How can you always see bugs? They're always always running and he was. He was GONNA be like. Where do you have to be afternoon when you see? Bugs are always running. You ever wanted to ask them. Where the heck what do you got to be tonight? We do Danton guy is booking sir. Can I ask. What's the rush that talking sir? Can I talked to a minute. What thrush where's the fire tire? He's not talking. You just jumped. I didn't touch me because that was one of the first things they we felt real proud of. Why why do what was what are you proud of it just? We really started with such a stupid premise. But one that you immediately like Oh yeah. They're always always like running. Why just to give a little dot over here? But then we really dug into psychology. At some point he takes a call and like says happy birthday a son. Why is he doing this in his brother? His brother who is he's having worked rate away like lies and says Hey Mike keep keeps saying like I can't get these things to answer and then his brother right away visuals. More you going in a What's his name Josh Hutcherson? And he's he's like He I'm going to the supermarket and clearly him faking. It goes back to Brian. He's like how did he do that. It also you know the bugs are running around but we shot it in winter and when it's cold bugs don't move off. Aw really hard to move around and there was the bug. The person who brought the bugs there was one the guy who brought it. He was like this book started to go. Run away for a walk away from Amigos like wise. I give this thing it Souza's GonNa fuck up the ecosystem and the you are there other sketches from ethanol that you guys are particularly proud of ood exactly acts are. There's there's a very there's a very one. There's one that was very. I think you should leave as the Another magician when we kind of obsession magician fission but it's at trick where they pull out like a handkerchief from your sleeve and joke. They give the point where they get to the underwear like they've pulled off. The guys is underwear like oh it smells. It smells a little bit. And they're doing it to the boss corporate event in the boss and then boss sits back down and he he sits there kind of thinking about it and the magician carries on and then at one point is like what were you implying that I shit my pants That aired Peter Tinkling Peter Gingrich. Yeah also the joke exactly that. I crapped my pants that it. I'm sorry the joke about my undies. He's is it that a crap. My pants no I just said that they were stinky from crap presumably. All I said was that they smelled some say a pair bundler stinks. What made it stick? Just piss anyone in the right mind is going to crap those pants that joe the he's insisting there's a skid mark in and the skit Mark Yeah I just skidmarks. Oh you're lucky. There's a lose log in my job. Yeah yeah he keeps you. I Say I'm a good sport. I like to joke. So you said there are some ideas is that didn't work at SNL that eventually made it on. I think you should leave. But having said which specifically so I asked Seth Meyers if he remembered any any said. Hot Dog car. Yeah yeah it killed at table. This is Seth Meyers said. So do you remember how how it was different or sort of wide work on I. I don't really know how and it didn't go didn't go to dress so I don't know how like why it wouldn't work on us. And now I think there was something about they. Just the set. It was really complex. Bringing a hotdog was yeah. I was definitely are are more complicated. Getting hot. Trying the figure out like how do we get a car matches Saturday. Yeah so therefore moving from SNL. I want to talk a little bit about your characters Special to the Netflix special called characters Because it it seemed pay the wave bed and specifically want to talk about the same paradise sketch. which is I think? One of the great sketches of the last decade. I think it's really really good. Good They I guess for me to summarize I know why continue summarize. What the sketches? Because I don't feel like they need me to what what happens in the sand. Paradise Sketch for those who have not seen like a kind of fake Sinatra guy comes in and he's he's a he's a local at this casino and he's hotshot becomes any tips. Everybody pays for everybody's meal light to Guy Cigarette and then then one roll the dice he loses everything melts down and comes back and takes everything back. There Lady Well that's put it all on seven lady. They call her lady luck blowing them. uh-huh me I'm in heaven. Snake is how Royd you you know you did you only fifty did characters which is a different situation than SNL. You're performing. Did you learn something that you think. Then help pave away for. I think she leave. You worked on as well right. Yeah Yeah we did that together. I mean I think it was just a good blueprint for it. We felt good about the character. And maybe just like solidified exactly what we wanted wanted to do. Yeah I warned you about this beforehand but there's going to be one of the boring questions So coming from L.. What really interests me about that? Sketch is it's paced very differently than SNL sketch would because in an SNL sketch. Because there's a live audience. You have to have it very clear at the very beginning. What is going to be happening? where this sketches essentially like crescendo of like this guy is happening. And then it's like D- decline are either view people that are aware aware of former. You're thinking about that. You're like Oh i WanNa do something that is not sort of an snl like introduced the guy three funny things maybe turn bided to that person that would snl does all sorts of stuff. I feel like that version of that. Good work on US announced. Yes I think. Just the nature of being taped and edited. You can do that. I think that's the now has tape pieces where the joke is until you're just you're giving a little more leeway. People have a little more patience nations for peace. And you can edit faster so enter Akiva into this story. Thank you I believe you're not you already left the show by time. At least one. Tim started started when I started. And I think I just learned I thought you were a writer I got promoted to the cast and then became a writer again but you came in as a and featured player so I also just learned that what what what is your history with the guys. How did you meet them I don't know exactly but I would come back. Occasionally and like when timberlake would host Mandy would come back for the week and I think that was the first episode. Were you has worked there because I remember the Bobo Bobo basketball one that you just brought up being at the table read and not going but everybody thinking it was super funny so that was the first time I guess I knew of your guys stuff. Yeah as Tim tells it it was your idea for. I think you should leave to happen as the show itself but for him to have a sketch. Oh can you talk about the conversation you had with. Yeah well similar to everybody in this room. I was just a fan from having seen them a couple of times on the show but then really from the characters. When I saw that I was like? Oh there's so much more here and it's it's already that the characters is just as good as anything on the show we made. It just could be a seventh episode. Yeah and I just kind of sitting there because not that. Many people are watching getting in like a year had gone by and I was Kinda like why. Why isn't everybody noticed that this is the funniest thing so I was just a big fan and like telling a lot of people do like go? Have you seen this and just kind of that that stuff and then I had a lunch with Robbie who runs that department at Netflix. And he just kind of said we're thinking about getting into sketch if you have any ideas. Is there anything assuming like for you guys. Do I think he was just really just fishing. Like it was just a general lunch just if there were any ideas out there and basically I was my Kinda came to him saying like it's easy to go to like you. C B and stuff and pick some new kids out but a lot of times is I didn't feel like they were necessarily ready for their own show and so it'd be a little messy whereas like key and Peele. I was using it. As an example of people that had done fifteen years of sketch comedy before they gotta show and that's part of why it was so laser these are focused. And then I was racking my brain and I was. Tim was kind of the only person I think of that. I felt like had done. SNL and had done all the years and they're putting all the work really was already making detroiters which was super funny and with Zach and and so they were just. I was like if you give them show. They're not going to waste it. They're going to know how to do it. So so then you tell okay and then did you tell them you like. What do you remember reacting when you guys a show I mean that is Kinda? I texted them right when I left and just like would you even want to make a sketch show like the characters. That'd be a real show and detroiters wasn't even cancelled so we didn't know if you'd even have time but I remember your response was like yes. That's always been my dream yet. The house like we were we. Were shooting detroiters. Actually when you texted me and I remember it was like our last week and I was like. I can't do this anymore. It was very strong so so one last question in this section. have any of you participate in a focus. Group witnessed one moderated. One have any do driven afford four all right yeah. Cover all bases in Florida Chrysler Man. I made a note of that Chrysler anything else. No folk driven a Ford and I've seen focus groups for movies they are equally mundane right. Aw they just really fancy say yeah. That's nice that's what it looks. It's like when he's writing he's right and I'm back there talk. Could you get the show. It's time to start writing some sketches. Are there conversations -tations beforehand of like what you would want the scabby sketches to be before you even start even doing things are you talking about you. Know are are having conversations about existing sketch that existed in how you guys would do it differently or morally for definitely having those conversations thinking a lot about. That's more like when we're picking the sketch and editing that we would think about what we wanted to be de everytime we are writing and rhys writing what we thought was was making us laugh and we found funny and then we noticed that they they were pretty cellphone cellphone video yet. There's some similar themes just in the writing process. We had a lot of other sketches. That we at some point. We're like oh these don't fit anymore. These are too cartoony for this or something about him. Just doesn't feel quite right Where did where did this idea start? What was the sort of I colonel idea that became this idea? I I think it's it's such a simple premise. And something you know that there's people have done focus groups catches before and and and I don't think it really clicked into us as being something that we'd want. I think we were just like joking around with the idea. And I don't think we were like let's actually write this Intel Intel. We've found the character being mad at another person for doing well or what he thinks is doing well in wanting to do the best that a focus group that we're like okay. This feels different. uh-huh why did you find that idea. Funny what what about that specific relation you think. Oh there's going to be enough fear anytime Tommy of someone antagonizing someone else feeling jealous. Yes there's usually a lot there for some wanting to do good at something and it just doesn't matter that's true to every real focus too. There's always someone that just starts raising their hand talking kind of messing up. Yeah Yeah I think it. It's such a simple idea. There's probably something we'd pitched on around while we were doing other things and had found like doc think ten when you too small and Stinky and kind of started there really. Oh there's something here we don't know what the sketches funny for someone to suggest those and be mad at the guy's is not writing them down and she'd be like searching and finding it but then once once they call like guy teacher's pet for like getting one someone saying. Oh okay so that point. Had We do know that Zach typing. So how how is the sort or two. You're just sort of talking. You're like pacing sweating on your tennis ball. I got Hawaiian shirt. They got your tennis racket. Yeah but you are you just sort of riffing on the idea. Yeah just coming up with different lines for him and weighs he's getting angry and and then finding an order for those things. I'M NOT GONNA say parts of the sketch and offer you say why you find it funny and you could say pass so the fundamental idea that he doesn't want the steering wheel to fly out the window when he's driving arriving. Why that funny what did you think of that? How does that? I've wondered this the whole time. Let me ask you a background background questions. You did it happen to them before that that was going to be about. Is that a thing that his whole no. No He's just worried about. I think he just said something and then he's like that would be good for the car if that yeah. Why aren't people agreeing? It was a softball. Obviously everybody should be agreeing with the right. Okay when you wrote the stinky with a hand wave joke had already written the sketch choking and uh-huh is it a call four. We had we had written it but stinky wasn't part of it where we already shot. That does it was the first. Yeah it was a for the hamlet we are there are a lot more hand waves. Yeah there was actually cut probably ten people always and I think you've written it into some season two things. There's already people going the in the the whigs. The whigs sketch. We'd ask the background guy to like just in the way in the background smells food. And uh-huh I saw. I was watching old Friday the thirteenth around Halloween. I saw an extra. He's a grill. There's like a barbecue and they give this extra us burger and he instantly because it doesn't have to be a problem he's telling his own little mini Orrick in your big Kreider layers in what I think other sketch. Oh we shouldn't read jokes but you guys are like ooh. That's a funny thing though many people's positive stinking what. What is your line of thinking that you know multiple say mud pies or delight about a willingness to repeat jokes were there are people like Oh you already used that before? And what did you to this person person. This is A. We're creating a universe this is. I don't know that we said that. There's there's also just the thing that tim tug lied about. Is that people repeat the same words over and over and over again and especially like back when you say something you think is smart. I'll sometimes say something and then just start right at the beginning of the same cause accidentally on March saying saying I do I do so this person like not clarify this stinks but then another then another person in the whole other Scotch. Set it up. I WanNa take a moment from this podcast to tell you about a podcast. This episode is brought to you by the justice can Rosenthal Vanity Project. Are you tired of safe. podcast comedy than listen to the justice. I can Rosenthal Vanity Project. The Tiller Rosenthal is Greg Rosenthal who works as an analyst. Let's for the NFL network. And the JUSTIC is Anthony. 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And this podcast sort of gives you an insight on what he's like with his friends where he is somewhat so that guy but completely. I'm not that guy. As a person who interviewed him live at cluster fast. I realize that experience in real time you know. You're you're interviewing him and he's the podcast version which is sort of a little bit nicer but still as Dick Ish or he sort of being the state's persona which is As he later scribe full. Konya all Ligo. All I'm the best comedian ever lived is a fascinating companion piece to being a fan of justice comedy. They do talk a lot of stuff. I don't think a lot of cursing and add which is really a fun because you can tell their things? They're not supposed to so subscribe to the just making Rosenthal Vanity project to hear what happens. I WANNA ask you about the farting. But I'm I'm GonNa ask you a question that I've asked Akiva once before. It might have even for this multiple times. There's comedy that is called stupid for not and and like not good like oh X.. Movie by personal where they play. I don't know a mall. Cop is stupid and that's not good and I say that because I really like especially the second one is oddly enough better than the first one but but then there are things that are like it's stupid and that is what is good for being silly or stupid in an interesting way for you guys. What distinguishes good from bad though uh-huh so insulted by this. This is really smart guys. I would answer but I think I really you did answer this last time. Why what did you say? And we'll save. We agree or disagree. I don't I I think I remember my answer but I i. I don't remember Andy's answer but I remember reading later and going. ooh Andy Give Great. Answer ask answer was great. Do you remember what it was because I don't remember now but I think it's mm-hmm so you said we're talking about it's silly and then Andy goes well. Also there's something about there's something unexpected about seeing sort of what is presented as smart. Be Stupid or something like that and then also presenting it in an interesting way to not do the same better. Do you agree with that. When did you decide like Oh? It's going to be an older person. But he's going to act like a child he's going to. He's going to the water water bottle. Toss every sketch for fifty to sixty year. Old Man that fair as the starting point a lot the I I don't know I'm mark down as passed so yeah a lot of the sketches that we said. It's a person who does something and it's like I think you should leave. Howard this is a case where they rally around this man? Why was that funnier for this specific situation? Why do you were like? Oh this is this guy's a hero where everyone else needs to be kicked out for not getting because jobs. Will the gift guide rail this just. Sometimes you need to end it the opposite way you ended the other one. You said your describes the theme as people not wanting to be publicly embarrassed and then taking as far that becomes a much bigger problem. How how how does this fit as it is a slightly different version of that or in so much as a lot of these sketches are based on insecurity how how is this also the manifestation? Your face it's happening right now. Yeah I mean it's what you guys said he's at a focus group and he's is trying to be the best at it. Why would somebody do that? How small they have to be like? I'm going to kill this. It all the agree. Yeah I agree you've set in interviews that you would overwrite the sketches. What's that right? You've right longer than the sketches would be. What does that mean in? What does that mean? Sort of practice. we were just right and shoot a lot so some of those were like. I feel like the the Tim. Hi Decker one was I. I mean that was like an think that had like eight minutes on long. This page sketches. That'd be and that should normally mean like twelve minutes and then there are three minutes on the show or four minutes five. Yeah would you just write for each section other words like you. Just write extra pages of of that or you're saying another ending or another back and forth. No it was not it was. You'd read it through. And just read. He does a large. And we've just take in editing. These guys were ruthless about taking out chunks of their own stuff takes a long time to edit them because we put them together as large there long we would write them till they felt complete us and then editing cut like two thirds of it. Now this is it's three minutes. Can you think of the eight minute version. He Yeah he I think he. I always forget what's in and what's not who's talks a lot about what Paul late for lunch. Paul Sandwich saying it was right around. 'cause he studied yes and he says like party because you had a slob sandwich for lunch anymore. The police say oh it stinks in here for lunch slap sandwich. Paul had a response. I can't remember. Do you remember remember. Yeah Yeah I can't remember what's in. There is something about him with the police finding the cars and the care and the paramedics fine. And they're like this is too small and it stinks in here what you have for lunch. The and then there's the helpfully stuff in the dollar is like there is a whole thing. Why would you not want to see? I forgot what he explains. I think that's because if the if is the winter you're toast. Police are going to be pulling your dead corpse. Thinks in here ask in. The hinting stinks. Wasn't as connected to Paul. Far In fact they were kind of. There are a lot of step more. Stink things it was added together. It was like a bunch and enroll. He kind of saw how he figured out that he decided. Paul departed the east. I made a lot of sense. CAST general what was your generals your approach to casting. It was similar. do or approach on on detroiters. which is you know? We have Friends and notion people who love to put in things but we really like to just find people that we haven't really seen before much so that they don't take you out of the sketches much and so everybody's the same image when you can feel when it's all fellow groundlings performers get real actors. How did you determine it was you know I? I was going to be an older person's that maybe you playing the this man. How was that? What was what was thinking between that? Well we we'd like audition in every role even if it's written for me just to see a lot of them talked about being you though. Yeah that was on the table and we talked about doing a guest star like a welfare if we could get them type thing as well it was not written. I WANNA say to have an accent of sort of that was not part of it. Yes ridden as men between ages of fifty year old man. A do feel like if we're going to talk about casting there should be someone else. He's here Ruben the Oh oh man. I'd rather before his win over yet. YEA UH-HUH I wanted to back up a little since we don't know much about you Ruben. And then the World WanNa know so you have sixty two credits under IMDB page. Can you quickly run through your history as an actor before I came from Cuba in nineteen. Fifty Fi- I stopped working in New York did a lot of places in New York and then I went to Miami and I got a lot of movies. I always get kill you so I decided to go back to California so I can get it with can be alive so I more than they gave me. I was a ghost. This is going to be my life if my God this is terrible and then went back to. I went to Miami on. I started doing a lot of shows tube win back around doing a show in Miami. It's about the called the emperor experience and it's a beautiful play is about the Cuban Revolution Solution. How Fidel Castro to cope with the company of Boccardi plays? I love played at really really enjoyed this play very very much mark. What did you think when you first saw the addition the audition materials for this? Oh my God when i read that I say what the Hell isn't it then. I see I don't know how can you do. ooh This. This is terrible so I the thing I practicing in front of the Mirror I I like myself I tell you I said these to be good but I keep practicing and then when I come into the the love the love it really love what I did. I really conjoined every minute. Every meter at basically. When I talked to Paul I love what did you think when you guys were saw? His addition we were blown away. So funny genuinely yeah. They called me and we just discovered a star. That's not a joke. So we watch that audition more than any nation. I can think of and it was exactly what you see filming tobacco. Pasek keyboards your approach to directing. I think you should leave. Sketches generally and then Sorta the Ford Focus Group sketch specifically. I mean. It's a really low budget show so a lot of it is determined by that that where you have to figure out how to make things work like I think think this boardroom happened to be in the same place that has the airplanes that are chopped up for the forte sketch. Where he's the man in the airplane and I? I don't even know if it's made for filming I think it's literally for their use as their board room at the company that rents you the plane. And we were like they have a boardroom. We could shoot. That's how yeah scrappy you you have to be and then we were just trying sketch sketch to make them not feel the same. So did you cross shoot. Why yeah always cameras because we would try to do to sketches day if not three so there was no time to be really precious? Ruben went shooting. How did what was your decision? How you wanted to play this man nameless man does he have been name? Did you know yes. And every time they laugh I see maybe doing something wrong because they will often continue everything I said. Yeah I was his bumper. Really really. You'd really have fun with that really. I love the way they talk to me. Young and how we become a beautiful teams in what we do. Taylor we really enjoyed to within. That's the most important thing. When you the Kimmy demonstrate on sorry they chemistry a a S- to give it a perfect? I had such a through with it was unbelievable like the you had as I said a pretty long scripted. You also add things during the day where there is there room for improvement thing like this especially for anyone. I mean we would tweak the lines for sure when people are saying him and try ALZ. Yeah but pretty much in the in the editing we we because if I remember you hit the bottle flip twice get them both for that kind of thing at the end where it goes around him using to to win. That was remember what you told me you had to have bottle troy them. You know own my God. That's going to be hard. And then he do take on time. I I want to Brag Only God I did it I think in the script he does it and the CAP is off abso bills every kid writing and I know listen I wanted to Rubino urban. I WanNa talk about two other moves. How did you sort of master your stinky wait? What was your approach to it and do it right now? It was sitting very close to Paul. That's not natural they did. When did you show them had did you? Did you instruct him. How to DAB or that they did at the beginning was where I I don't know I got his thick neck at three times? Were there other other line readings of Paul. You have no car ideas. It's very. I mean I'm sure. Yeah Yeah. Is there anything else any any of you remember from the day. Yeah no I mean just you know. We're looking at the monitor while you're shooting and it's like having Brad Pitt when you're just like every shot is already scheduled only shot. A Ruben was. Yeah just like two feet for my face. And that's the commitment was so I laughed in every single tag. And then Ruben wink me when I crack. That's right. Yeah I'd be red face facing tears. You couldn't use anything. I had done so angry at me on the day. You're then like oh we've got to put him in something else too. So explain that beyond this sketch tell us withdrawal jumping over a lot of what you're going to be asking this style and we'll go back to it. I'm sure but obviously we were so in love with what he had done on this sketch that these guys were like. We got to bring him back. Doc Yes we just wrote like another. We added another to something to bring Ruben back that And we have that. We brought in a clip. Where do we want to say? What at the end of just in case or is it self explanatory if people want? I think it's pretty Salvatori but it's the you know the laser spine. Yeah laser spine sketch that turns into Record Robbie this is this is this is pretty short. It's just right at the end of the sketch. Play that clip. Let's see I'll think you've seen yet your spine nationalist nationalist done it sooner. Dance brought through Maso too tight. Neither legit was it up. I can't this has to be. It will be a hit but you have to. Robots showed up in play Robbie. What the hell we minded that Geoghegan? They said they never even heard of us yet. They say that we are not star Goo set. We ought to start those bastards. I do think I just had a phone call. Aw that They call it specifically about Youtube guys. That did Yeah they said that they have even better gig on a cruise cruise ship that they want you guys to do for two years. Would you be interested in Ad Yay small baby coming along and love to hear it Ma Baby. He working in Industry Mall Baby Walking with a feed walking by day. We have the laser spine specialist. You'll wish you had done it sooner. The Oh my God. ASSOC- We've talked about. The sketch gets rewritten. In the edit. You know what does it mean. How long were process is that what are you looking for? How do you know like Oh this is what it is? Our editors were really Kind of in sync with us on what we wanted to do and Our editors others were Stacey Moon. Andrew Fitzgerald fits had this one. We had about a five to seven minute version at first and just this kind of work through to cut it down to what feels right and then we would put it in the actual episode. Whether sketches around. It wouldn't come down even more just I once you put him you'll get him down to what you think is good and then once they go into the body of what is shows GonNa be you cut him. They feel this long when when you're watching next other things there's a small continuity error in the skit there goes the question of what that on purpose So people have talked about sort of density of the show that it feels every moment could be gift or or is that something. That's where it's like. Oh every shot should be as interesting as possible. I mean not thinking about that later but is what's what's good here. Oh your shirt collars on the outside of the jacking. WHOA OH? I didn't know if it's like I watch sketch a lot to prepare for. You know it's in trying to get as dense as possible. I mean we're trying to have a a really a pace. That feels good to us. That were never bored at and and sometimes like with a gift receipt or something that includes long silences or something but just we'd never want to be bored by the pace of it while you guys were trying to figure out the The order sketches. You guys is kept finding that you could do one at the end of an episode but if there was a long one in the Middle East and everything else I'll everything after it felt I don't know wrong in some way. Yeah slow it down. How did you decide this one was going to go in the episode? It went in. We edit all the sketches individually first and then Really just tried lots and lots of combinations of them with different sketches or some some thematically obviously go together because they were too similar or or aesthetically look too similar And then just things that were. It was possible to put the same so we would try and try all different permutations stations of them. Time to come out. What did you expect sort of the reaction to be and then what did you see when it came out and what happened? We didn't we expected not just to be one season to be honest. Yeah just like yeah. We're so happy to do this and felt lucky. Lucky to get to do it But we just yeah. We have no idea what to expect. Yeah or low expectations. Yeah what was it like then seeing I I know you are in twitter. But keep sending seeing what people especially online how people reacted to the show. It was nice. It was really nice. Y. Civically responded responded. People responded to I mean it's the same thing I responded to seeing the characters which is just super funny. Yeah and then even if I was involved in these when they give me a script I was just getting to be a fan of the characters and read another sketch and I would add what I could but for the most part I was still just being a fan and just helping them. put it out there so I still like. They were indebted every single day. But I would just get emailed and get to watch a sketch and be delighted. So Ruben. What was the reaction and for you do people on the street? Oh you definitely my God. I went to a restaurant the other day. A guy coming and he drew a bottle right in front of. Gosh I say to the way we do it for me for me again because I wanted to see how you did in Detroit. Oh my gosh. It sounds like a nightmare. What was it like seeing how specifically your your your character even for you? You saw this guy this guy the star and then the world being like yes. You're correct I mean there must be something to be funny stars stars born and I'd I I still confuse you know what it means. It was the thing that people come over to me and they talk about the Joe. And you're the guy comes in a car so I said what did you no Reuben. That's what you want when they want one day. Say Steer Window some fried over all Roy. Yeah forget about that as you said. You didn't think you're going to get a second season season. You get sick and they thought I it must have you started working on the second season riding and shooting. Just reading right now is how would you want it to be different for to be different than in any way smaller large. We're kind of in the same place as we were the first season of this of this. We don't know we're just writing right now to what's going to is making making us laugh at the moment and there is no bigger picture of what will be different. It'll be the same right now. It's just writing until we have a bigger sketches. Then we'll know the it's the first you made the the first season in a vacuum. You sort of you know they put a sort of potentially sort of you communicated like your vision of what you find funny and then people responded to what they responded to which is a lot of it. Are you responding to knowing in what people responded to have you heard and maybe not like over. She do more things where it's Ford. Focus groups catches. But what have you learned from. Just how people responded to Sheila. I think at this point. We're really just trying to write things that we funny right you know and not does it. Make you more confident confident that it works We'll have you read anything that you think might be good for a certain actor. That's here like what would you say. Yeah we have. We have an idea where he plays. Dead Guy Doc. Do you have any idea what you would like to do. A sketch all ladder ideas. I tell you that much with one minute left. We we talk for an hour about this wants. Catch I WANNA talk for a one min about one more. Tell me everything. Remember from the day that Robert Pollens murdered me bones or the people's money just remember everything about where the idea came from what I remember from shooting it Tim. Tim Loves Halloween. I do love spooky staff it does it. was that did that. Come into play in the writing not really. It was an idea idea that I can't really remember. I know that they were separate ideas. Like yeah something. Yeah Davis Skeletons. Came to life and then the idea of like those tropes in Johnny cash movies yet whether they all start playing the song together wanted to do something with that. I don't know what the song is. And they keep making up their own thing and and they were two separate is that we smash together and is it. Yeah that's it for another episode of good one you can. I think you should leave on Netflix. 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I Read Star Wars Comic Books Episode VI | Kanan and Rebels

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I Read Star Wars Comic Books Episode VI | Kanan and Rebels

"Dainty this is the I read Star Wars Comic Books Special Shaw. I'm your host cash Gorski here with Brian. Murray Co host. Hello well everything is Star Wars because we we have we are living in the time of the man delorean and New Star Wars movie and all these Star Wars Comics and today we are going to focus on one comic in particular best boy Canaan which should be its full title really. Yeah yeah just sweet. Sweet sweet dummy Canaan Jairus So for those of you listening. Who are not familiar with Canaan character? I say to you. Please go watch star wars rebels which is now streaming in its entirety on Disney. Plus the thing which is consuming my life in the life of many other millennials at this moment in sometime it's true. I've watched seven episodes of Kim possible this week. I watch sweet life of Zack and cody. Because I could The aristocrats because I could I don't think the novelty will wear off for a while. It'll it'll take me through till like well into the New Year of me. Just being like so on Disney plus last night I saw this thing Right so rebels. So so so we are introduced to this character. Canaan Jarrah Garrison rebels and Canaan is not quite a jed eye and we find out. Yeah we find out slowly over the course of the show full. Spoilers for Star Wars rebels the Canaan Comex and the star wars novel a New Dawn by the way for everyone listening at home. Because actually all of these things A New dawn and rebels are referenced in the Canaan Comic Back to the point where I'm not quite sure if you're reading the Comic Someone Unfamiliar With these other properties if you're going to get the full nuance of what's going on Brian. Would you agree. Yeah Yeah I don't think you're not going to fully understand like who the side characters are. And what their relationships to cannon are but I do think that there is still an enjoyable story so I don't feel like you have to watch all seasons of rebels in order to read the comic. You're much kinder than I am. I'm like but how will you know that that he's sort of training raining. This other kid is maybe a pat on the dating or not of Cannon Harrow. Okay so then. Super Super Short Primer on Canaan Jars Canaan Jars. We slowly learn was a pat on but was not did not complete his Jedi training and so this comic looks at why that didn't happen which I will summit at free right now. Order Sixty six. Yeah so so So Canaan was a paddle on and when order statistics sixty six was executed. He escaped so so this comic kind of goes into what happened to him around that time. And I have feelings about this Brian so we start a little bit before order. Sixty six is executed. See Kanaan's like Super Edgar Paddle one and he just wants to get into training and Master do we know how to pronounce her. Name to De de Blah Blah Master Depp. Alaba whom we see super briefly in the seated at the Jedi Council and I think star wars this episode one. She's the one with like the dots on her face and real blinking. You'll miss it is so As a as a child watching this movie in desperate for female representation in Star Wars I was very just like oh I know her name and her name her name and I know nothing else about them so for me. It's super exciting to read more about her In this comic specifically the fact that she is somehow the only Jedi that were shown ever having any kind of PTSD from the clone wars yeah. It's kind of astonishing right lake. You would think that from all of these jet. I being taught to be at peace and like their life is in the republic errors pretty much like a constant meditation situation to suddenly be thrust into commanding armies and watching people die around them. Like I'm pretty sure being four sensitive will trigger you a little bit more than not not being forced sensitive in situations like this surprised that Debe Biloba is the only Jedi master were seeing. Who has this reaction? Yeah she was she was also you almost killed by General Grievous. If we're a the story is presented a very strange way chronologically. Speaking where the first six issues take place before and kind of after the second six six issues because the second six give us the story of how Cain and became Dapple avas paddle on and how they came came to be on this planet. Keller which is where ninety percent of the action in this book takes place. Yeah I I didn't find the weird chronology difficult to grasp because I think I kind of viewed it cynically as like They green lit six issues and then when people started buying them they realized they could probably right more and still sell it. You're absolutely correct But I enjoyed watching the the start of that paddle on master relationship and was very sad when spoilers she died so that Cannon could escape at this point he was going by his quote unquote real name of Caleb doom and sounds weird to hear it out wildlife that yeah I it just it bothers me that his fake name is so close to his real name Blake and Caleb like wouldn't you stumble over that or like slip up really easily like make it something completely different you know like I don't know like desire. The hut still need his name. Like make your name like zero zero not jet. I like that would be more subtle. I think I I'm. I'm deeply offended that you have reminded me of zero the hus- existing all aw purple. war-crimes gave into my head unbidden. I'm like what we can use his name he doesn't need it right Yeah so This this book kind of Pulled at my heartstrings. In that they kind of show like this like we're going to call them Kayla Kayla Canaan I feel like Kane is just easier to have the I'm GONNA call them. CAIN inherit so so you see young Canaan Lake immediately before order. Sixty six is executed. Just having a real chill time with the clone troopers than their bonding and they're all being buddies and he's found a friend who saved his life and it's like it's just so sweet and then you're like I hate everything because then that order comes through and the clone troopers are like well guess. We're shooting these people. We were just chilling with a few seconds ago. Yeah yeah the Cologne. The clowns done dirty and the two primary clones and the story arc art commanders gray and styles and they just they make me so sad. And it's like God I was just GonNa GonNa say they they were such good friends with Deca an Qena Canaan now I now. I don't know what to call them. Canaan in depth and these clones were so close and like palling around the campfire. And that wasn't like that it wasn't just a military structure that they had they were clearly personal friends And then you kinda see they have that whole you know a good soldier follows orders through line that I think I think that was the line from clone wars where one of the clones gets order order sixty six triggered early and not be too difficult. I don't know if anybody else remembers that. I did not remember that. But but when they were like we do see some soul searching on behalf of these clone troopers as this comic book series progress on the being like. Why did we do that and So that's kind of like season six of clone wars which only aired on Netflix. But I think it's on Disney plus now Season Six of clone wars. Like kind of went out of their way to explain why these clones would all of a sudden turn on the Jetta that we've established Dabbler like have had these personal friendships and Basically it comes down to like we genetically programmed to them to be you have to follow this order bio chip or something in their heads. Yeah now we. We can't go down this path because I'm gonNA feel all kinds kinds of ways about fives than I don't WanNa go there right now but yes so kind of seeing that sort of referenced in this comic I was like Ooh. Oh this is the deep cut comic but then again if you haven't consumed all this extra star wars media are you really reading the Canaan Comic. I think that's a fair question. The only reason I think that there might have been the case was because I want to say that Canaan was one of the first marvel star. Wars Comics yes. I think you're right because I I remember reading this I think it was in the first one or two seasons of rebels because I remember reading this comic and being like wait are Herod and Canaan flirting. I remember that being my reaction while reading in this because they hadn't really kind of introduced that in the show is this comic before the release of a new dawn. I don't think so. 'cause they reference Admiral Sloan Right. There's a there's a note on there that says she mentions like what he did to her on Gorse and there's is a little off like editor's note to go check out the book. Okay so then it would have been like maybe the first one or two seasons of rebels a new dawn and then this comic comic which kind of makes sense but then maybe I read the comic BEF- or maybe this part of the second part of the comic was released. I don't know I'm confusing. Infusing myself but I I did re read a new dawn a semi recently and I was just kind of struck the second time reading it. By how like I hesitate to use the word. Gross the cow Gross Canaan was being about era in that book. He was he was very with Sylvia's word. Yeah because basically like so star wars rebels as a kid show and that's where you're introduced to these characters and the priority already of kid show. That's let's be cynical and honest is targeted towards young. Boys is not going to necessarily focus on romantic entanglements. So so but you look at the characters and we link K.. Like you're all hanging around your like a big family. That's mom dad and then you're like ooh but do but do quote unquote mom and dad actually like each other. And then in a new dawn where you see how Hera in Canaan meet they basically meat because Canaan looks at Harrison's like okay. She's Hot I'M GONNA follow her wherever she goes. It's like questionable like that like this literally what happens is he decides that she's attractive and when he wants to bang her so he's going to just like hang out with her and then like like I hate to be so crass about it but that's literally what it is. He just just constantly thinking about. How hot hot? She is Yeah so so in this comic you see like a little bit of like maybe they're being flirty But girls them love on more than one occasion. Yeah but then I was still like not an. I'm in denial. Denial until it happens in the show's chose not cannon and I think that next season of rebels she called him love like over the com- or something I was like. Oh you are together see see it but but ghost isn't the only ship taking flight. Oh man and then like again. Full spoilers for Star Wars rebels but then at the end of rebels in that like flash forward episode you see that they actually like had a kid and I just have so many questions about the genetic composition of that kid. 'cause I'm like it's a it's a human kid but with green hair air. Is that how that works with like human to elect procreation just I just have questions We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA need that. Follow Up Series Star Wars. You're making you're giving me concerns all right so back to the comic. I can't I can So we see a young Canaan kind of escaping from order sixty six and he's basically on the run and has to figure things out and we basically find out that the jet I do not at prepare Pat Owens for being separated from the power structure that is imposed in republic. Era Jet. I yeah we don't know how long long Canada's on his own but he's definitely scrounging for food and dumpsters like three pages after order six plus. He basically latches Cha's onto the first miscreant who wasn't totally horrible to him because he quote unquote us. Yeah 'cause he has quote unquote nowhere else to go. And you're just like man man that's sad like no one gave these kids survival training. So it's like so that kind of in reflection of the OBI WAN and Anikin series that we read earlier like Obi Wan has is like totally cool with the idea. That McCain's on his own and being captured because like he's fine fine so it's like then. Is it up to the masters individually to teach these paddle on survival skills in depth of Baba. Just never got around to that with Canaan or like this feels like a major failing on the part of the order to not prep kids for being separated from their adult guardians. Yeah Definitely I. It seems like the China would come up more than once so you assume that. Have a plan for it right but instead Kanaan's just like you kind of helped me. I come off world with you and your schiff gene is like what are you doing. Yeah I had a mental image of Canaan hanging off of Janus Janus swings at around trying to get rid of him bits. That's basically what happens this but like emotionally. And then of course Canaan winds up becoming JANA says sidekick slash ward slash. Bait the robin to Batman. Yeah the A one point. He uses the fact that Canada is a Djeddai to to turn him over only so that he can like finish the job and later come back and break in and out. It's just like Ra then lines lines. That's working but again. Did you give this kid any survival knowledge or you just letting him go. Yeah actually what thing I do want to point out. During that jailbreak scene Kashmir Janus Kashmir is his name he busted the wall with a giant droid android is actually like the concept art for eight. Really Yeah that weird like bulbous headed stocky droid thing. The super deep cut. I did not pick up on that. Yeah I mean I did. We've talked about my borderline obsession with the droids last episode serving you so well I know I never expected acted totally be relevant but then we had g eleven in the mantle Orien- and now this Leah. You are is your time to shine. Finally finally everything is coming up mill house so I I do want to point out like on a comic ebook level in terms of story. Storytelling I I see your point about the weird Timelines within the framing devices that they're using to tell whole this story. But I do WANNA point out that I think the action sequences in this book are very clearly rendered like star wars books For better for worse do try to capture the galactic scope of the conflicts that are happening opening whether it's space battle or a lightsaber battle or like a full line of star war. Some guy like a star war and in in comics that can get confusing to render So much action clearly on a page. But I feel like this. Comic is one of the better examples news of clearly laid out action sequences in Star Wars Comics. Yeah I definitely agree with that. Like at no point. was I confused about what was happening whereas there have been some other books where. I'm just like wait. What just happened? Who just got shot what? I was just listening to tie fighter episode so in the car earlier today for example tie fighter. Yeah I listen to my own podcasts. Don't Brian Oh man I had I had another like Jed eye question Not Not so much. Just the do they teach these kids how to survive of. They're separated raided from their designated grown-up but also You know there's a lot of kind of Djeddai questioning their place in the universe. But I feel like the Djeddai way is so it's like such a way of life and they know their purpose and their mission like would would like what's my place in the universe be a question that they're constantly asking asking themselves like I I I don't know I feel like this is a very clear like you are forced sensitivity and therefore you our agenda and that's your niche. Yeah I kind of get the feeling in a deputy Baba and by Extension Canaan aren't very good Jeddah. I like like Depp was on the on the council. So obviously she was. She was well respected but she did not have the same rock solid relationship with the the Jedi order specifically that a lot of the other masters have window exact and Canaan we also see eh is much more likely to question things than he is to just kind of roll with it. There's really cute scene where he's talking to the the Jelly archivist and she just finished explaining something he's like. Yeah but why like. I get that it's done that way. I'm not questioning that. It's done that way. But how come it's done Komo way. So Jed eye on a more questioning line. Yeah Yeah not quite an agnostic Djeddai but close it kind. I never reminded me of WAS IT in force awakens or the last Jedi were raised like I just want someone to tell me what my places places in all of this like. I don't remember I think that's the last Jedi but I could be wrong and it's like I get it on I I get that question coming from her. Because she's been bombarded with a lot of information a very short period of time after having lived her entire life if with the same daily routine on Jacko but I don't know I guess I'm assuming that all jet. I had like kind of bought off the Party line but I'm realizing now as I'm talking about it that so I'm also listening to the audio book Duku jet I lost and basically the entire like underlying current of that book is people kind of questioning why they're doing the things that they're doing so I guess I shouldn't be so surprised but I just felt like while reading this book that the Republic Era Djeddai are presented to us so firmly as being really certain of what they're doing and really really like entrenched in their ways and that's part of what causes their downfall that it was kind of surprising to see some questioning happening internally at that moment in time. Yeah the Jedi. Order is presented as being very monolithic. And what we're seeing here Jeddah. Who Don't quite align with that but not to the extent of our our favorite rebellious family of the Duku quite obvious mannequin? Line my favorite line of trashy jet I if there is ever agenda and a leather jacket. You're not wrong. It's better because you and McGregor probably has several alleged Jacquet says. He's a motorcycle aficionado below. We want kept throwing his leather jackets under the ground so they had to make him stop wearing them they just take the robes. The robes are cheaper to clean. Maybe that's what's GonNa Happen in the OB one series that green lit. It may be. He's just going to be like riding around tattooing on the Star Wars version over motorcycle. Yeah I would watch that so I'm watching band cover of bad to the bone McGregor. If you're listening. We approve this plan so I I was very glad that we did get to see a little bit of race loan at at the end because race loan is one of my favorite through lines from the Star Wars books. She's a lot right. Yeah because she's but she's a big figure in the aftermath trilogy. That's where I remembered her from. It's been so long since I've read those okay. So we so then her Krahn chronology is we would I see her in what a new dawn dawn and then in this. And then she's Admiral by the time we get up to Aftermath Yeah yes. I think we see her trajectory from captain all the way through Vice Admiral. I think she'd like has taken the title Grand Admiral by the end of the aftermath series I could be wrong because it has also been years since I read those but Yep Yep Yep there's I mean you know there was a lot going on post return of the jet the jet I. We can't be expected to remember all of it. I just think that she has a character as Rattus hell and I love her relationship to Kane like she in the comic refers to him as her hobby. He made her so mad when they first met. She spends her downtime hunting his ass across ask the galaxy. Do we need to get her a new hobby if she okay. Well I mean after the rebels we certainly do. I set myself for that one tonight too soon. So you know wha what did you think in this comic of again like the weird framing device aside but the the quote unquote contemporary contemporary. Very Story. Line of the rebels crew returning to collar and kind of seeing them interact a little bit. I liked it anytime that I can see more of my my favorite space family. I'm thrilled to do so. Senate is face family. I love the guy a little bit of like anytime chopper. beep something on things somebody else's like hey stop being mean. I love the chopper. Like a total asshole. I really liked a lot of the the panel work. They did in the second arc. So issues like seven through twelve or whatever ever turned out to be where. There's a a period of time where Caleb is in a back tank at a lot of the time when we co from from the quote unquote present. into the flashback. We get sort of a a parallel framing of a shot of Canaan in the back tank and Little Canaan back in the past I thought that was really well done. Yeah just kept showing you those parallels in in his really really full life just like on a dramatic over the talk level appreciated that when he does in the present storyline emerge from the bank back to tank. He's a they like go out of their way to show these like full almost full page panels of just him being like almost naked with all his muscles and his lightsaber. Just like. I'm here to fuck shit up and look good and you're like yes you are. Okay I see what Harrison to she likes this ponytailed muscle boy. Don't blame her and he likes still had the goatee going on at this point in the comics it's just later. He changed his hairstyle. And you're just like oh honey. He looks like a like a real greasy. Oh Boy Yeah He. He does kind of gross definitely. I definitely went to high school with kids who had the same aesthetic. It's not the same APPs I was going to say what they have looked the same emerging from a back tank and just their shorts know so much more of like Like a wet cat you know. Listen see a cat. That's SORTA like ragging post I. Just you know. There's there's actually so much attention paid to semi nude characters in doctor tanks in this comic and they all look like super like attractive attractive and live and it just makes me feel Kinda bad for Mark Hamill and return and empire strikes back in his life floaty diaper situation Eh. Canaan we see we see depth of Alaba at a bank as well because before she takes on Kane and she's basically recovering from a a six month coma. Yeah casual but yeah like. She's got some kind of Djeddai like rap. binder thing going going on Canada's a little black like tight shorts and then the poor luke it is his giant diaper like. I don't think like Oh. Yeah Luke Skywalker in the back of tank like sex symbol like looking in this comic. It's clear that the tank is an as an excuse for them to be like look sexy to a definitely like we never thought of back. Your tank is being a place. You could be sexy. See but now that we've seen that potential. We look back on the past with with fresh eyes. I probably did not come into this planning to talk about how sexy Lexi Canada's here. We are kind of inevitable. I mean honestly. Because he's he's up there with. Oh my God why am i. Blanking on his name The other kind of renegade. I do Quinlan Voss Quinlan in Quinlan Voss or the quote unquote sexy Djeddai. who were like allowed to have sexual relations with people so I guess like once? They realized they couldn't really do a lot with Quinlan boss. There were like cannons the sexy Djeddai because he never became a Djeddai so he never did the celibacy thing and like they kind of taught they kind of mentioned again like getting into more Novels else and so forth dupuis first powder on rail avarice Lake casually mentioned several times that he fucks around. Because is it's fine as long as you don't form attachments so we've got Quinlan Voss the sexy jet I who like doc I guess that's more of a legends interpretation at this point but like I read dark disciple. We all know what happens happens if you don't you need to read it and stop reading it like eighty percent of the way through. Yeah Yeah And then Canaan is like well. He didn't fully become Djeddai so he's allowed to form attachments and then rail avaricious just like fucking king is fine. Marriage is probably out of the question though. And you're just like Oh oh so. Now we're saying jet I fuck boys can be a thing like come on especially Louis. If you've listened to the audio books like Karen. I did vitas rail. Ever House has the finest like deep country. Acts that you've ever heard it's superb but it pulls out of the story a little bit because I'm like I'm sorry. Am I listening to a Western or star war. Yeah where in Space Texas lexuses this guy from again and then that begs the further question like are are the Outer Rim planet supposed to be like coded trailer trailer park situations and if so why is everyone still speaking in like a neutral or British accent. Yeah it's like you guys have been in west Standard and the bad guys are British. Oh Man I yeah. This is not where I expected. This conversation to go Art Yet I fucked boys. We've gone far afield so any any final thoughts on the Canaan Comic Book Brian. Oh the one thing that I wanted to mention that I forgot about was that This Guy Janus Kashmir The name Janus comes from a Roman God odd who was represented by two phases and Kazimierz kind of two faced and he was also the god of beginnings and transitions. So I I just thought that was a cool little I Dunno symbolism. Probably not the right word but a nerd wrote this. Yeah exactly or at least a nerd who you watched season two of buffy vampires. When they all became their costumes? Got Antastic I guess mine my final thoughts are I. I loved star. Wars rebels says just really excited to see additional media being created created about these characters like you said they best space family and I hope that as we we get further into the exciting new world of Disney plus being able to turn out lots of additional content that we will get A little more about what was happening to our best. This baby's following return of the Jedi. Yeah Yeah we know the heroes still around so give me more a homework era. You're just to find Ezra so that accounted die in vain spoilers the past Barthez at it they find as they also find thrown. Yes let's do this. Let's be like the Ron as rod like Maroon on a stranded rounded planet for fifteen years like still hate each other but working together. Let's do this Disney. Plus you have the technology all all right. Thank you all for listening to the I read Star Wars Comic Book podcast presented by. I read comic books. This show was first aired on the IRC patriotic citreon at Patriotair dot com slash. podcast especial. Thanks to all you wonderful supporters out there you can send us feedback about this show at IRC be podcast at gmail.com and check out our website IRC podcast for our discord scenes and all things. I R C B you can also follow us on twitter twitter instagram at IRC podcast. This show was produced by Brian. Murray in cash birthday edited by Zander rigs with Mike Rapin as executive producer. Thank you for listening. And may the force be with you

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Fun Talk: Introducing Nicole!

Important, Not Important

15:37 min | 1 year ago

Fun Talk: Introducing Nicole!

"Welcome to a special edition of fun. Talk number twenty four and a half. I think something like that. Excellent. Yes. Sure. Why not? We wanted to sneak this one in there because we've got a special guest, we've brought a lady on board, finally, who's, who's helping us out, and his already more or less taken over the great, thank God. And we wanted to welcome or so. Nicole is on the line. Nicole say, Hello, everybody. Hello, everyone of why don't you Brian? What's your line? What's my line? Tell us who you are in a little bit about what you do or something. What is that? You say to our guests. Oh, yes. That is say, hey. Let's get let's kick this thing off by letting us all know who yard what you do. All right. I am Nicole chase. I currently live in Portland, Oregon. I'm originally from Ohio. That's why I left. Yeah. If my relatives in Ohio right now. The Cole, I'm pissing off everyone who lives in a while. Honestly, I mean all my family lives in Ohio. I'm the only smart one they got out. Well, okay, there's one person I got out. But that's that's besides the point and I have three degrees because I have problems and I'm starting fourth one in August again problems. I've grown up always kind of interest really interested in science and stuff like that in nineteen ninety two I watched Hurricane Andrew slam into Florida. I was absolutely glued to the Weather Channel and is rattling off. All this information about the hurricane to my parents, and my parents are like, oh, what's cartoons. What the hell and I'm like, no, Hurricane Andrew soon. Not much has changed. Then when I came across I had actually seen your job posting for this role like before you actually message me Quinn. You click block. Never contact me again. And then Lincoln broke in Lincoln actually imploded. It was very terrifying. Like goodness, of course, they'll probably happen on the web at because the web is not great. But that's besides the mobile apps, kiss me nubile app, but I was like, okay, cool, like, I was interested in a part time job anyways, and, you know, and checking out the podcast and website, more mini some the newsletters. I'm like, oh, oh, oh, this is neat. This is like kind of what I'm this is, this is one meter sit in and like these guys seem cool so shit. Okay. Cool. So I applied and had a lot of fun running. The cover letter a lot of fun run into cover letter. I'm I have no idea. If you watched the mortified video that I sent you, if you did know fuck you want the whole thing, man. It was super fun, but things balls. Man. It was it was Brennan. I did improv. But that that's something specific that different the fan fiction that I wrote, I wrote a marching band fan fiction that was one of the things for the listeners at home. That was one of the things that I included in my application. And can we put his video in the show notes, by the way, before I forget to sure awesome that it was like how crap like thirty thousand words I was a lot was a lot of words. And I wrote it like in the during the course of my ninth and tenth grade years of high school, and just like dinky around in computer class after I was done with my work. I'm like, cut outs. Could I do? Oh, I know. All right fan fiction, because that's what you do. Apparently. And I ended up using real people's names, which was super green Zoll. I had a yeah. I don't know what I was thinking, but that's cool. But yeah, it was it was great. Yeah. So my role because I can name it myself. I, of course, had come with an acronym because it's what NASA would do. Sure. 'cause is what NASA does in the in in my defense, I came up with other acronyms, but they seemed overly extra was in comparison to the title that given myself makes it seem paling comparison. Feel like we talked there's no overly extra around here. I know. But I mean it would have been like eight words and that seemed redundant. All right. I was gonna put on my Lincoln and you know, and it is on my Lincoln denounce marines. So, you know, I just wanted to come up with something that was a little bit tamer. I guess, so the title, I've given myself is the technical analysts sectorial extraordinaire, morte z- because people. Pew user, but whenever it's you clearly if you kiss by sown. No. I mean, it would be one of those tasers cops use of some circle. Sound I guess that's not Pugh. Peep, whatever though, I guess, but yeah. I do like a little bit of everything. So I'm excited to you know as as, as important on -portant grows. I'm excited to grow with it. Whether it grow by an order of magnitude or more multiple orders of magnitude. I just really like Saint orders of magnitude. And I'm sorry, I'm seeing orders of magnitude. Now, you know what whatever happens. I'm just like really stoked to be on the team and to how about you guys. And to, you know, help change the world. That's the pew. Well, we are super pumped. It was super and super grateful to have you as Brian. Oh, it was a long hard. Search. Took forever and the fun part about hiring. Is it you're like, I'm oh, overwhelmed in under water, I need help, and then you had hiring, and you're like this is taking even more time but it's you know. To finding the person that can help you. It's like you have to keep the light in the tunnel at the end of your. At the end of your mind or whatever the fuck, you know, to see through the dark days. So we appreciate that, too. Yeah. It's it'll be fun. It'll be fun ride. I give her what do we say? We give it two weeks before we drive away free week. Now, if anything she just gonna leave because she's going to work for already, it's been like four days and she's so much fancier than show. I'm not that fancy. I swear I swear, I'm really not. I'm really not that I only look fancy, but I am absolute human dumpster fire. You've already got a job literally like the rock flying around in a helicopter putting out fires, and you're like applying to be a fucking astronaut at a couple of could quasi important places in the world. Yeah. Meemaw, Brian has been trying to fix a Twitter picture forty. Says I've docked doctored up a fourth one, parent, one is not okay. God kill man. I'm on. I'm having fun. It's great. This whole thing was a great idea. Thank God, the webby sent you that poster. Otherwise, I think you just be out of here. Yeah. Seriously? It's next to my desk. Just so that right before I punch my screen in as look over at CNN guy thinks, oh, you're like everything's fine. Almost one something that nobody knows about great great. Those welcome. Everything is find like posters from the good place. You can buy on sea, by the way. Oh, that'd be. I might have to check that out. So I had never seen. I always loved. What's the fuck is the name of the creator of the good places Mike. Sure. Is that him? I always been interested in it, and then I never watched it until I got the flu like the real flu this winter just in bed knows, like what fucking do this thing, and I just blew through all of it, and it is fantastic. Really, really fun. I show I ever been Schwab. Tastic is it's the first two seasons in particular, are just wonderful. I love that. They wanna Peabody award this year for, for like, asking big questions like it's great. Great bills. Just she's awesome. I adore her she's in. They do. They also have a podcast as well in their podcast is grade to of course. Of course, they do everyone's doing things. Brand guidance the guy who plays Sean Marc Evan Jackson, who I deeply he hosts it and it's, it's cool because, like I mean, it's it is interesting to get the perspective from lake you know, the cast in stuff like that. And make sure who's often on it as well. But as even more interesting to get the perspective of the writers, or the director of tiger fee or like you know, set dressers, or designers or costumes people because you never get to hear those people, at least I don't because on in like, you know, the story. So it's cool. To get their perspectives of, like you know what inspired them to dress. Janice certain way or to, you know, in the first season, they had to buy certain rules because of the confines of the twist like that. This is really cool to lake you insights, and stuff like that, about that Mark creative people. Yeah. It's fun. And also, see, like everyone's not a dick, which I appreciate because Mike sure has an unofficial official. No Dick's policy. So you can't be an asshole, which is super cool because they kind of kill the vibe. No, they really do. I like to think we have that around here, but then again it's just three of us. And our rescue dog teddy, who's my wife is just flat out the scouted with. Guy fucking works here anymore right, days, taking his taking a very well as last time is like a fucking contributed. Right. What a sabbatical. He's so cute though. I just love raise create jerk. Teddy's greatest. Well, listen, we don't wanna keep too much your time in two thousand things going on, and we've done a half ass job of indoctrinating you into the other things. But is there anything else you wanna say to the people, we'll certainly get you on another time. But. Thing. Yeah. Anything anything, you wanna preach to the people are talking about or not really now coke you wanna follow me on Twitter. I am also on the Twitter's. It's Cape underscore girl, G U, R, L, sham because I'm extra on Cape is actually not because I'm a superhero Cape is actually, because when I created by Twitter almost a year ago or almost a decade ago actually not a year almost a decade ago. This is ridiculous that I've been on Twitter that long, I was, I had joined it to follow, like, whether people numb because I'm a weather nerd as well. So money. The first part of my Twitter handle, the Cape part is actually a severe one whether industry co convicted available potential energy, which is essentially translates to. Yep. It was essentially translates to like, how unstable is the atmosphere. But it won't component of how unstable the atmosphere is so, yeah, it isn't K because of hero. Because that would just be, you know, not earning enough. No, I have to be in order magnitude more nerdy. I think the order magnitude really apply is right there. Correct. Use it as it was severe weather indices. No, that's incredible. I feel like we should have another conversation. Some point I gotta get these people in the line that said that apparently all the new five G networks are going to make weather predictions, thirty percent less. Less accurate, which is like fuck man. This god. That's exactly what we need. In the south, where like, you know, thankfully the system that they they're supposed to be a humongous severe weather outbreak yesterday and don't get me wrong. There was definitely tornadoes on the ground in damage was definitely done, but it could have been a lot worse. And thank God, the atmosphere was like, Nah, I don't feel like dealing with this today. So the captain break, which the campus essentially, like if you think of it is like an actually baseball cap like if you take off your cap, your, your heads, exposed events, here, takes off its cap is exposed to a lot more instability. And like the it kind of releases all the other ingredients needed to produce under storms, and therefore, individually tornadoes, thankfully, that, didn't quite like break mum not. It could have been a lot worse. So. Yeah. Five G in Toronto alley Dixie valley and other areas that like are crucial for, you know. When seconds between life and death. Yeah that's, that's that's stupid. I'm not super stoked about. Good times. Everybody last question. Amazon prime one book to Donald Trump a book with that nice. Brian nice Christian, let me look at the books in my apartment. Would you have a lot as we will? We've got everything from comic books to cartoons to the constitution that about how you how to kill yourself. Quite an amazing. He didn't even fucking hesitate. Oh, yeah. That was damn it was like instantaneous, like boom all done. I feel like. I have like so many frigging books in my apartment. This is just gross. Why don't have so many books? That's a great thing. Let's do current management in child neurology fuck. That's good. That's really good beautiful now. Do you, do you feel like that's better for him or who the fuck is chief of staff right now Mullany that ship egg? Anybody on his staff? We'll send it straight to the place. If if anyone reads it we're in a better spot like the anchor of the house, or like you know. Buddy choosing. Well, you're the greatest were so excited. We'll do this again sometime and we'll just let you rant about what shit show. This place is hold on by Thakin string. And yeah, that's it. You're on your way back to the gym. And we're so excited for you. I'm not I'm not at all. Not at all jealous. Not at all. That sense officious but okay. Day damage rain. But okay, Nicole following a coal online, Nicole. If you are phone us on social, you're either gonna get Brian, or Nicole, and not me. So enjoy that. They're much, much more energy in life, and they care about things. So that's congratulations, everybody that article we're going to let you go. Thank you so much. And we'll talk to him. All right. Bye.

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Legendary car designer Tom Matano (creator of the iconic Mazda Miata) PT 1

OC Talk Radio

30:38 min | 5 months ago

Legendary car designer Tom Matano (creator of the iconic Mazda Miata) PT 1

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That's Harrys Dot com code. Five thousand. Enjoy a welcome everybody. It's time once again for another episode of driven by design. The only show that shows you the future of automotive design one car. One conversation todd with the man who seems to know everybody to talk to in. This industry are driven designer. Brian Thomson Abe Ryan. Good Morning Eyeball Knights. Hello everybody what a special. What a special occasion. You're up in the bay area and you have an opportunity to be with your Amanda Truth. Claim was one of the mentors in the business certainly a legendary designer of cars like the Mazda Miata and others Once you introduce them and bring them in. I will Yeah we'RE GONNA be talking to none other than Thanh today who is famous for creating the Mazda Miata. Rx7 and a host of beautiful timeless designs And Not Era Mazda. I was lucky enough to have him at my mentor In the car industry so here is Tom. Hello Hello I'm Brian. I so I'm looking at Thomson separate rooms with glass windows. So I'm looking at each other speech patterns. I wish I could see how this is working. What we're trying to get you in two separate lines. I made you call in two different phone. Even though you really physically in the same Building here in the same room here. Well I this is GonNa be a lot of giggles and laughs. I can tell here today because you to obviously have a history talk about the history and how you to work together and what you did. Tom is go ahead. I'll tell a little bit and then you're getting so I was designing for Nissan For a decade and then one day A colleague of mine Uncle Bodak came to my desk and said You're leading and I'm leaving with you and we left to work for a startup car company. And the reason she said that you're leaving without even asking me was that he designed a vehicle was being led by none other than Tom McConnell. Who I was very much aware of a fan of And so I reached out to Tom and he agreed that I could style the car under his two lives and we walked out the door and started this adventure. That sounds good. I agreed to do this design project and all of a sudden he said. Oh we gotta designer for YOU HAPPEN TO BE BRIAN. And and can we tell what the project was or what what was it? Is that still secret or is it? Did it happen? What was it that you guys designed? How long now Brian? Oh my gosh. It was two thousand ten that we started out so good nine years ago because I wasn't Nissan for a decade Even decade and You know so since then. I've done so many start ups but that was the first one but what it was a A startup Silicon Valley. enterprise that was essentially looking to create an entry level vehicle That would be sort of like a modern day. Modern Model T. They're all exactly the same would cost ten thousand dollars. Wow Yeah and and there's another great problems but the thing I learned along the way with a lot of startups is that if they don't partner with a major manufacturer they sort of get all the way down the line and they find out what the You know the the the the reality. Yeah right can I ask a CANASTA question to both of you because we've never talked about this but as we've said on this show my late. Grandfather was a an car executive for Chrysler Corporation and a new. The people that started the delorean back in the eighties. Some of the some of whom had worked for him it Chrysler and he was convinced. It was gonNA fail from the beginning. Now we've seen car companies have been created like Tesla. But it's hard can we his his theory you know. He died before he saw the test will ever come to life His theory was it's too big too complicated too expensive to start car companies anymore. It's not the days of Henry Ford can. Can we start car companies again or is it just are the odds stacked against you know you have to have a Patient to see the fruits. Come through into you. Know in the return of investment won't happen until like five six seven years down the road so you have to have that sustainable nope no pun intended down the road here but yeah right so it takes a while to see them fail. They don't realize that initial outlays. Okay but get the production to get distribution to keep the stock going. You know the inventory going. That's a lot more money than you think it is. Yeah IT'S A and and I've seen it you know it's been nine years now so I've seen that over. I mean I think that over and over with start ups the fun part about start up as fast and they're very creative and do a lot of really good work but you know I've worked on that. Make it in a few of them. Get it fuel and get it. They need some help The ones that don't have the chip on their shoulders. I always have a good feeling about it. It's one that are going to show the industry how it's done where you're like. Maybe you need to learn a little bit more about how the industry has done for you. Break the rules and you start with the basic components from somebody else. Do you get the drive train in the transmission and all the other stuff of the basic frame from somebody else the engines. Or do you have to start from scratch and do all that stuff too? I think it's all case. By case some have a technology that would be you know and they wanNA build the car around their technologies or some cases they whole concept of new marketing new distribution news. New New Selling cars and they may use components. Make that happen so I it's case by case so you're talking about the Tesla like Tesla obviously didn't need to buy an engine because there is no engine it's It's a technology of the whole electric drive train and to showcase it or put the naming the market. They they use that. Lotus frame to create the road star. That was a quick way to avoid all the testing of a crash this market so and then they brought in design team Funds when the whole house for Mazda Asta although Tom Successor at monster really. I didn't know that okay. That's why if you think about it That's why Tesla's look like mob does because Mazdas era under Franz where we're of his DNA in styling and Mazda from trump for their next to a test like it's remarkable how similar those vehicles are very different Mazda period. Then Tom Street and actually that'd be great. I'd love to hear Tom Talk about cars. Like the hurric- seven and his design philosophy. If only because it's influenced me so much but I also think on a larger level. There's there's way that Tom Designs. That is very unique in the car industry and I would call it. Timeless proportion and and or and based on the human body. Do you WanNa talk about like your love of Car Design and what what what talk about like the Miata and how you style that car. What what you're doing when you did that. That was You know being start with a convertible so it's a lot different to designing the coup. Were sedans but again the whole I. I guess. My design philosophies should communicate what it is way does through the body designing a way so Miata was like jogging. Shoes never meant like a like a sports car with a spike shoes. You know you have to have a special tractor on their day-to-day sports cars. You go around the block and having fun. So that was a MIATA. Then ask to convey that through the body shape. I never thought of his shoes. Were deciding you talk about that for second because you said I saw video guys did early and you say you put the car on you. I was thinking me putting myself into the car. But you're almost like putting the car on you. Yeah where it or. Yeah Yeah. That's a different take on out of a car. Should feel or or or look or or be designed. Yeah so I'm Yanna was not really challenged the driver but go with you. We know we go anywhere with your and having a fun. That was a MIATA or us. You know park on the side of the street in say. Don't use rough Paolo me. You know anti with communication. We put it into the surface these cars. I'm sorry we're all jumping in last one cardinal. O'brien throw his in. We do we This time again. So do you see the car talking to people? I think so my philosophies if you're a really good designed to communicate with people if you park your car you know any shopping mall whatever and shut the door trying to walk away from your car but a comb make you turn heads back one more time to look at to come in. Some car doesn't do that. You shut the door walkaway. Never really looking back. Yeah what do you think of that Brian? Oh I make turn your heads to look at it. They make you smile or whatever and that was a number that we wanted to build. Yeah when we were doing the VICO. That's what the car was called the carb together for the first time we were together. That's what we would do. Is I would leave the studio at night. And if I didn't look back and look at it and I knew that I had never heard them. You know for me miatas concept. I said you brought the car home for the first day. You artistic are bringing home. Take everybody fluoride but the end of the night before you're turning to bed you may sneak up into the nights that they're amazing amazing. What what did he go to a club and I say that? And how many of you did that. Then they almost under percent they raise their hand in some ways that well admittedly I slip the night in in a could leave it. Yeah so it's almost because it's almost like a golden retriever. You bring it home and you can't. You can't let it just sit out in the garage. You have to go out and pet him one more time here. Yeah and he. You know what I think is in getting to work for Tom. Time I I it amazing. How much like a affected the way I designed car and I thought I knew you know a decade Nissan. When I left and I thought you know I'm not a car but when I started working for comedy it was like going back to school like I. I had to like check all that. And you go and just A. And it was like absorbing all my iota trainings for Luke in our World Cup. Yeah and because although he's very nimble like like we just that philosophy of that car is anthropomorphic and to embrace it. But there's a there's a happiness to to those vehicles and not an acute way but in a very organic way Tom I wanted to talk about One of my favorite stories. Is that your philosophy? On how a convertible top should match the color of the driver's hair. Yeah Yeah because because I changed my my cards Roof to my haircut great. Yeah but why Tom? Why is that important? Well because you sit in a car and you expose your heads to the heir to the People's view in you have another color next to you. I don't think it's good. So should we have it in blonde and Brunette and And Grey I mean Most of the people with a blonde a Brunette hair tends to like like a beige or tan color anyway and Red Hook look better. His MIATA his personal Mazda died the the top two to the exact shade of his hair. Oh come on come on. I can't believe inside track. The only way new the new that particular body colored comes out two years ahead of time so I had enough time to. So how do you again? It's this idea of putting the car on you. It matches my hair it. It's shoes that that make me feel a certain way here. I never is that common. Is that different? Where did you come up with that idea? 'cause I don't I think of me being inserted into an environment not me putting it on like a suit of clothes. No I think you know you're watching people traffic and stuff starts feel you know. That's what it is like we. We were doing this luxury car and I wanted to have a sin as they signed up until the car being delivered. I was going to give them a little colored chips of you know the body color and interior color they pick and they can go out and buy a purse or the shoes with. Oh my goodness I wanted to. Although you know that didn't happen but I wish could have been. Yeah right that that. That that coordinate. It's an outfit. You coordinator with the rest of your outfit here. Yeah right and we in fact we when we were working on a little card together. One of the cool things about that car is that it was it was all they're all offered in. Kinda per lesson white Unpainted finish really cool. But the the the owner was going to be able to customize that finish with graphics and stuff and that is now becoming so popular. It's amazing how like like how literally we translated that idea and He's he's always been onto something with that that people. How do you customize it with graphics you just put pinstripes on it or do you put a caricature of you on it the whole car right? No you can put your favorite team colors or team graphics or whatever you WanNa do. Yeah and it's you know it's really neat. Because at that time the the technology wasn't there to do it digitally but the technology was there to put a. There's a real difference between customization and personal customization sort of like picking things. Yeah N- many. I would say customization where you can pick like a checkerboard. You can pick this pattern but personalization means it's one ARP. It's yours and there. They had a really great concept. You know with Three M. Where you could upload graphics and then have them printed and then wrapped on the vehicle and they figured out all the logistics and stuff but what I find is that the while the the idea may have had problems in its execution. The concept had legs. Because I see that in vehicles. I'm working on now. Ten years later with a lot of smart screens on the outside of the vehicle glass that gives information that is what actually having people the the vehicles coming will change their personality depending on. Who's driving who's in them Just like and it's it's really cool to think that that's the way to do it. You don't actually physical hardware. It's all done through software now And lets commit so. It's like changing outfit. So is it like a mood ring. Put It on and it changes colors depending on my mood but yeah that could be done to or simply you know. Tell people where you're going or like you know if you're a you have a certain kind of pattern that you like texture The smart glasses changing everything. 'cause also on the inside you'll be seeing information about you know where you're going to say like if you were out looking for houses for sale the smart glass could overlay which houses are for sale. And how much they cost and who to get a hold of et Cetera et Cetera. As you drive by I saw an amazing thing. A couple of years ago from corning. It was a proof of concept video. They did about the future and it showed you. Yes you walk. Everything is glass acid. Everything's a video projection from your mere to your glass door to the glass in your car to your countertop everything yeah fast net with us that's great video. It really was go. Look if you haven't seen it on the Internet but talking about personalization I just came back from England. They had Their MIATA club Thirtieth year anniversary event and they had over twenty five hundred cars. They're all now in England mark with you know ears or colors or different groupings and stuff that most amazing thing is old owners go straight back to their own cars even under rick cards they will cars see. They got this personal connection with the own. It sounds like they lived the factory. Dole hundred cars the same speak. Same you know they can find. There's yeah every every owner noses. Every dog knows master here. Yeah seventy me all right. So where did this sensibility come from? And how did Mazda come to embrace what what made Mazda open to this approach that you bring cars agree cool? I guess I I I join Mazda in there like any other car companies very you know straightforward no emotional attachment vehicle in fact they're just the product right but I always felt the cars more than that so by designing the surfaces to communicate. And that's the whole way and if you're looking at a Mazda today thirty years later they're doing exactly that the differentiate themselves from the other car companies and the the boys doing it as a one came through my studio and explain that 'cause you that's clear to you it's not clear to me. What does that mean? Surface conveys something. I don't know like I said if you look at the Arek Seven. I don't know if you know the Third Generation Rx seven I've seen a My beautiful organic one and and like say. Hey We went to the gym and tone the Muscles. You gotta try or challenge me or something you know. That'd be the message and I six months. We survey the owners who purchased the cars that they're number one hobbies go to gym and work out. Okay we communicated through uptick your psychology so to speak in a way so one example receives the the my back you know the top of the Line Sedan. Yes right and the Rolls Royce came up with the Phantom almost the same time now. The difference between the two is when the rolls come in. I feel like my spines going to straighten up and then it sort of step to one or two back from the curve site you know when the rose come over Authority that vehicle designed to you. I'm so sorry to use the back or no but my back didn't do it. Just like s class of people who didn't recall going to end up being that special model and they cancelled that program once because of that. So the other words Thomas saying is that the the Rolls Royce has a presence and a stature and they've done that with design but the proportion to linear nature of the Upright Grille the fact that the wheels are huge at the corner. Then it's very almost architectural. The car were in the Maybach. You could've been a Hyundai. You know it was. It was very rounded organic and soft and almost kind of me looking right and so when you looked at the Maybach you might. You might somebody. Who's like keyed into the brand? We'll be like oh that's a fancy car but the feeling what Thomas talking about if you took the badges off the car though the Rolls Royce would still do that to you and the Maybach didn't really succeed did it. It wasn't a real hit. They thought it was going to be the ultimate luxury competitor to the roles and it didn't it. Interior always looks impressive but there was something missing. You're saying it was the Majesty The Majesty. Yeah exactly right and and so the you know with tongs philosophy designing for Mazda. If you look at the cars that are out there what I always thought was what was fascinating for me. Leaving Nissan and having helped and participated in designing and developing the design language of Nissan which was very different from Mazda. Ergo Tom Aesthetic there was a lot of lines. Used to describe a Nissan We relied on a lot of mind telling stories right to say and each one of those lines in the car were were were identifiable as as creating an image or a feeling the car when I went to work for Tom. Tom Doesn't use any wine. It's all shape like last night. Are Beautiful highlight. Go talk about that. Explain that because I'm trying to picture that as a non creative person so just just to be clear again. Explain the difference. Yeah for example. Classic Beauty. Is. You know the COP comes out to you. In the spock lights hit on like say headlamp and then go through the whole body side. The Lights Lights Up and then tail end and then card disappear out of your sight right. That's sort of a nice looking car in the past right and today some of the cards are designed by computer and all so they need a little bit more. You know more noise or or different lighting flash lighting so the things that Toyota does today's more like a mirror ball lights a heating every angle. Then just every way And then let me stop you for one second because because I think of my five year old grandson who needs five shiny objects. He has attention deficit disorder like his whole generation does and he's got the the smartphones flashing. The this is flashing his tennis shoes or flashing. Every he needs that constant stimulation. You're saying that. Ah Almost over-stimulation yeah well no. I'm not saying one's right or wrong but that's how it is right and I consider that classical beauty is classical music. You know how it is like and resume and some accentuation comes in win. The drum comes in or whatever and then new one. That what we're doing now is like our Rap Music you know reasonable poetry. They have to have a resume you have to. You know the Jagged edges or whatever in a real strong pulsating beat to it. Yeah right a lot of noise. Music heard looking at those cars. You know you can understand what's going on. Yeah now to go back to the Mazda. Today is like they gone through that the classical music era training classic but they decided to do this modern jazz. You know what injustices came out over. Classic Music Framing. Does today. The lights dancing a little bit more than like a classical way. Little snap and stuff and I think it's a modern jazz that they are doing is. I'm a big jazz buff in the. Obviously what makes jazz jazz is not just the syncopation but the improvisation. You're not sure what's coming next. Is there an uncertainty to design or is or is it all that sort of surprise about light heating in a different than you normally expect but still over whoa within the context of you know harmonies stuff while disrupting a rap music? We wish we go on for hours down to the last couple of minutes here. I'm wondering if we should do a part to this to Brian here because this is. We're just really. Tom Has the time you have time for another twenty minutes. Or you gotta get out. Yeah fine all right well. Let's do this. Let's wrap up today's episode here then with that theme because that's a very interesting idea of cars as music. Cars that That speak to you that sing to you that that call out to you to look back at them one more time. I've never heard that whole idea. How did Bosnia embrace that in his anybody else embracing that idea anymore? That'll be the last question here. How how did that idea go over at Mazda? How did you get to do that? Mazda and as anybody else got that idea today well just you know like I that designs always a human business so we got the guys that embraced that when I was doing this. You know those kind of work twenty five years ago. Thirty years ago and they're hitting the studio hitting department Each key positions held by these people. So they've come up trained under this idea. Is that still? Give me a car that still doing that. You you talked about some of them as rappers as disco balls as as multiple shining objects here. That's more like a Toyota. Chr will be the rap music. You're going on lot going on. Juke will be another one. And who's WHO's doing. Who's sticking to your philosophy who who still trying to surprise ones still be the Mazda. Doing you must is three. Or there's some of the vision coupes and concept cars. Okay has a monster has a really interesting sensibility of all the Japanese. Because there's a a very emotional company and when you're driving Mazda No and while Thomas talking about styling and design it also infects infiltrates the engineering department as well. Because they're seeing what's happening and always fun to drive. They make you smile when you drive a Mazda and so it's like it's not every company does that not think it's a really neat thing that the impact of tones were very humble but the impact of his work is is pretty profound? Well it sounds like it's been had a profound effect on me. Made me think here pretty hard. I'M GONNA have to go back and look at these cars and a whole different light today here and see which ones talk to me. A little vaccine. Yeah well let's wrap it up the first episode here. We're GONNA COME BACK INTO. A second episode. That will play later. So those of you listening live or later just know. There's a second version this coming up here. How do people reach you? Tom If they WANNA talk more learn from you. Is there any way to? Are you in retirement? Are you out there actively working well? I'm still teaching these Ideas to Future designer that the school here in San Francisco okay. What School is at University? What Schools Boys Academy of Art University School of Industrial Design? Okay all right. I'm I'm hating the department. And is there a website or anything if people WANNA learn more about that school I think? Www dot economy art dot edu. Okay great instagram account. Called me out of Papa Miata Papa. Column Pop is it's just full of great design. Inspirations Swan is an Italian man and a Japanese always says the best coffee the best. The best suits the best Shoes all that. Well it's been because I couldn't sing a song caller okay or I couldn't play Golf Fan. You had to adopt another culture here right long glad. You adopted Brian and brought him into the fold. 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Episode 2: Family Newsletter, First Impressions, Fishy Fishy

Paudeville

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Episode 2: Family Newsletter, First Impressions, Fishy Fishy

"Right show card cast down-home wholesome. And I. Fishing. Kurban? I think it's time. We finally told our listeners, our deepest darkest secrets that we don't actually want our podcast to be like Advil. Yeah. So the original idea of Bill popped into my head from listening to a different podcast, which will be named and not shamed. Because it's a great podcast. It's called the history of stand up, and they talked about Bodil as being the history of stand up. No the. The. Stand up kind of first appeared as part of vaudeville where vaudeville is this instead of having a single headlining actor theme for all the act. It's a bunch of different varieties of things into big. Family friendly environment. Have these big theaters and? Fill out the Bill with all sorts of different things to train have a little bit of something for everybody like variety of sorts of shows. And so this was really popular around the turn of the century. So like late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds until them saying movies came in started ruining everything. But once we started actually doing research into what vaudeville was really like you're like, maybe we can pattern some of our segments after vaudeville acts, and we realized that's not a good idea. Yeah. We started listening to music and some songs like here. This this great example of some Bob Bill songs or like, oh, this one is very sexist. Oh, this one is very racist. We're not gonna do that. It's a different time time than it was one hundred years ago. More than one hundred years ago. And so we're just kind of coming full circle. So vaudeville was the big fun entertainment thing for the family until movies came in and took over those vaudeville feeators. And so if you have a old fancy movie theater that you like to go to it's probably patterned after an old vaudeville theatre. All those theaters got converted into just showing movies. Sad. Now that I think about it. Bit now that movie's pretty much no one watches movies anymore. Everyone listens to podcasts dish natural. Evolution. As vaudeville is reborn in podcast form, like a Phoenix rising from the ashes of cinema. Oh boy. Wouldn't it be cool? If you could just say you're going to. Do a showing. But it's not a showing of podcast a presentation. Dacian an audio presentation of a podcast in a movie theater. Essentially, what podcasts do they do. Like a live podcast. I'm saying not live. But just just audio. Audie present this podcast hit space bar? And then just have them. Listen. Right everyone sit down. Now. Put in your ear buds. It's like a headphone nightclub. Everyone's listening to different music and all trying to dance together. They all listening to different music that they're all listening to the same music. I think there's like options were. Based on all my experience going to these nightclubs. In theory, you could all be listening to the same use it or you could all have different bands that are just completely different which would be very chaotic or you can even have different songs that have the same beat. So you can dance together. But listen to different things. That's neat. That's very the gal -tarian, everyone can listen to their own thing. But all still come together. And they're all eagles. Yes. That's an egalitarian means gal -tarian. That's where you go. And write eagles gal centers. We used to live next to it in a question annex where everyone come the horses. And so I actually almost never saw people writing the horses. That's true. We just saw them hanging out in the field. But in gal -tarian society is once that right eagles. I'm pretty sure. They're either really big eagles or really tiny people or both. That would be cool. At some point. Yeah. It is. It's not really necessary. This eagle is unnecessarily large. This eagle as big as an airplane. I'm standing on a feather. But that wouldn't be safe. Well, I don't know. Would it be safe? Maybe nestled in there with all the other feathers just right in there like a little tick. Yeah. It's the tick tour at the gala -tarian society by a tick it tick tour. Wow. These things are selling my already. Oh, gosh. Put them up on the website. But they're all gone. Well, we are trendsetters forward thinkers and not backward thinkers. The direction of our thinking is only in one direction and that direction is onward upward. That's too direction. It's it's a combination of Victor. Nerd going north north west. Just wondering. Oh, only I knew anyone direction songs. I would bust it out right now. What wonder action what the band what banned the the very famous and legitimate banned. The man band are the even still a thing now that what's his face left. Harry is Harry Connick junior. Junior Harry Potter. They're all Terry. She's okay. In England to be called airy. It's all Harry's and James James James's. Yeah. Harry's James like the Potters. Yeah. And hedge weeks. Is it Hedwig? Yeah. I said a lot of those names wrong. Ron and Herbie one. Hermione? Yeah. And then there's like in the third or fourth book it has high growth. Oh, I remember that because I was blown away Agra to it out. Finally, it's not Hagrid quits her foreign boyfriend. That's right. I guess haggard wouldn't need. Your name brand books. Why didn't you tell me? Really you credit? It's like this weird. Like combination of names where it's like is this weird because it's a fantasy novel. Or is this weird because it's British Hellawell. That's a question as old as time. Yeah. Back in the the token days flick, British or just old or just weird. All the above is, probably the safest answer. And now for a family newsletter. Dearest friends advance. We're doing just fine out here in old link oneal the sun is shining. The snow is melting, but a bitter wind blows that cuts us to the quick. So we stay snug inside covered in piles of fuzzy blankets last week. I took our four year old girl on a mother daughter date. We've been looking forward to it for weeks. We'd planned every detail down to the last minute. I we went to McDonald's ho how that girl loves a happy meal. She munched her mcnuggets and played with her new toy and I helped myself to five and a half big necks. But don't tell my hips soon. It was onto the next activity ruby. I giggled as we pulled into the parking lot of the hair salon when we asked for matching Mohawks, you should have seen. The hairdressers is bull. When she asked if we were sure ruby, and I gave each other a high five in response we walked out of there feeling fun and fancy free after that we went to our local library. I'm a lucky lady to have children who love reading we went to the foreign language section and selected learning finish a masterclass. She and I learned that entire language in less than thirty minutes from start to finish. Only helper. That means it was easy. And let me tell you. It was when we plan this date. We knew we'd need to stretch our legs after all that reading now ruby loves to ride her bike and swim. I love a good drug. So we decided to do a triathlon. Of course, we couldn't do it here. In for Jinya Burr, we romped down to the airport and cut the three twenty two flight to Cancun ole. It's a good thing. We were wearing our swimsuits under our close because we got off the plane and practically dove straight into the Pacific Ocean. For our big race, ruby did the free style beautifully. And she looked at Doral in her little goggles. The race was a hoot, and I'm not usually one to toot my own horn. But I won second in my age bracket I had to ship my trophy home. It's simply would not fit in my carry on. Once we got back to our beautiful town. We finished off our mother daughter date. With a scoop of ice cream from the diner across the street. It couldn't have been more perfect day. The rest of the family is doing well. The lost his first tooth and a second is sure to follow. We send our love to grandma and hope that her cat comes home soon. Best wishes to you, and yours the millers. Now, we're going to play first impressions a game of free association. I'll read a word to you Corbin. And you tell me what we're pops into your mind. Okay. If that's a place that you feel comfortable going. Your mind can be a very scary place. All right Corbin. Are you ready? Bring it on. Youngster oldster. Vanilla ice cream. Uh-huh. Correct. Lock step lockstep. That's a phrase, isn't this? What does that mean? I'm in lockstep with don't that's like being in sync. Insect Justin Timberlake, correct? He came around. I wasn't sure if you would upwards onwards. Legal eagle. Register wedding. Oh, yeah. Frothy. Brian. Oh, no, bad company. Credit score. Last one squirrel away. Return, close your eyes. Hugh to Malraux miss you. And the Beatles. Have now taken down our podcast. Tedious of them. Okay. Makeshift make up finish this phrase. Oh, gosh. That's way to stack. Elbow grease. Jail time liberal. You're thinking too. 'cause there's a word that's forming in my mind, but I can't get into. To your brain. If it takes a little while rain, it's fine. It's still I'll letters are there. I just have to Unjumble them. Within a game. But I hate that game. Impressions boggle. No. Okay. Liberal republican. They're all. All right. Purse strap dependent. Typer? Idol American frugal. Dairy. Of course. Give me some word. Bunch of Cropper's. Major. Cleanse my palate. From all that grab. Racket racketeering. Soothing. Pillow K tell you the one that came into my. A baby's, but soothing babies, but. Gas to babies, but. Okay. Beware. This is a phrase. Item in an emergency kit bandaid. Type of dance funky chicken. Tourist attraction. Something you do at a wedding, funky chicken. We went to to weddings last month. And I did not see you do the funky chicken one time. You were busy. What could I possibly be too busy with to not see you do the funky chicken to be fair? What are the weddings did not have a reception? True. So it'd been very appropriate. Plus it was way too cold. The second one. How do you know what I did? Or didn't do I was watching you like a hawk the entire time like any good wife. Cool. World. Building. What nerd last word neighborhood? It's a beautiful day in the oh, I thought Sesame Street we're in the same neighborhood. All right. You're again, cloudy with a chance of meatballs, correct, palm reading. Weekend at Bernie's. I've never seen that movie. Didn't. Thanks fire hazard. A wish is a dream your heart may grade point average. Snake oil? Something a gambler bets on. Oh, no, the gambler bets on. Thinking like. The velvet tables that. Belva perfect. But if the second thing that comes to my mind is. Jack's jumping out of a deck of cards and spitting cider in your ear. That's a reference sweet ref. Thanks. What's it a reference to don't know movie? That's. Guys and dolls. Correct. Thanks. All right pudding jello. Surprised that that was your response. And how you feel about putting I think you think I feel more strongly about putting than I actually Jolo. Okay. That's the one where I would just go. Okay. Okay. All right. Seriously, watching the kids eat jello. I think last month was the most recent time they did. And I could not watch them. Do it. It was. So I was like gagging. It was so bad. I'm I'm glad other people can enjoy jello. I just physically cannot. So you're not like anti jello just anti jello for me. And I'm the most important person in my life. So. My opinion matters host. All right last one. One of the seven dwarves happy. Correct. Is that some kind of like psychological test the first war of youth league of? And you're the way that you make other people feel is the opposite. Oh. I would have said dopey make people feel intelligent comparison. Doc, I make other people feel like nurses diseases. The opposite of a doctor is not a disease. I have a really hard time with office. I think yeah. I think you do. Some things have obvious opposite. It's like there's this everything like on off. I got it. But it's like the set of things everything outside of that set of things like the complement of that set. Like what? If you have the set of a letters the opposite of a is all the letters except for now the opposite of a is e. Opposite of our. That's that's a better question all letters that are not are in. So if someone says like what the cookie then you'd say cupcake, Hello. I think it's interesting like psychological profile. The first thing pops into my mind is celery. Oh, interesting. You have to decide what dimension you're up sitting it on like cookies have a lot of different characteristics. Ramped? Opposite of a cookie Blondie. Would say that if you're focused on the shape? Why wouldn't you say brownie? What crazy person would go for Blondie over brand? It's keeping all the other characteristics fixed except for chaining that one salient characteristic, we need to stop talking. I'm very passionate. We've had this conversation. So many times before the those just the time that I've let you in on this conversation that's just happening internally. It's just a constant inner struggle all the inner turmoil. And then I come in here with my confidence, there's opposites for everything. And you say, you're crazy cure disease. The doctor what's the opposite of. A fan. Okay. Does that opposite? More fun. Now in new Brill's purpose? Convincing experiment. Dr Sav rod of the pastor institute. Paris, France, inoculated, a rabbit with human dandruff germs and in between five and six weeks says the official report of the pasture institute the rabbit was completely denuded. In fact, become entirely bald. Experiment proves that Kendra is a contagious disease due to the presence of micro big, bro. And the Tabacchi has plans of the scout. Also that unless the formation of dandruff is stopped by destroying the dandruff, jer it will need to fallen hair and cure about. Due grows. Herp aside. The original remedy that kills the danger and its success in the treatment of dandruff itching scalp and following hair is off times little short of it stops itching of the scalp instantly. At all. What do you think some of this? It's very. Yeah. It's like science. I've never caught dandruff germ. For caution. You don't wanna be on the ways with Denver. Out there. Poor nude grab it. Other thing that not great fulltime days. That's right. Oh, no. That rabbit. No because it has new Bros. Rip aside carrying. 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Brian Anderson previewed The Match with Tiger, Phil, Peyton & Brady

The Darren Smith Show

15:05 min | 2 months ago

Brian Anderson previewed The Match with Tiger, Phil, Peyton & Brady

"Covered on cost and Richards tomorrow morning. It is a feeling Friday nick. HARDWICK IS GONNA join us at eight o'clock also an idea by some NFL teams. That is absolutely genius when you connect it with no fans in the stands. We'll talk about it. We have to wait six on extra thirteen sixty sports. San Diego and FM ONE OH three. Graduation may look different, but your commencement address better than ever John Legend Bill Melinda Gates Tim McGraw. Manning and more or delivering encouraging messages words of inspiration you can listen to commencement the podcast to hear life lessons from some of the most influential and interesting people in the world. It's available now via the iheartradio. APP so as I said and I say it this way because this is a weakened now. Now, where we've been told officially from the county of San Diego from the governor, himself of California, that Phase Two, has begun, and already Mardi was telling me that people. She saw people inside of restaurants already earlier today, so on a long weekend holiday weekend. People mostly been at home. If you find yourself in front of a television this weekend twelve noon coming up on Sunday tune into TNT TBS. True TV you can watch the broadcast. It's called the match champions for charity. It'll be Brian Anderson on the Mike. He's your play by play announcer. Charles Barkley Travel Trevor Immelman and others will be part of this broadcast, but it is what we've been talking about. Tiger and Peyton taking on Phil Mickelson. Who People here no and adore and Tom. Brady starts at twelve noon on. The channels. Just mentioned TBS NBA TV. Not Nba. TV I got that wrong I'm reading Brian's bio. But true that TV as well Brian Anderson joining us on extra thirteen sixty Bryant Darren. Smith thank you so much. We appreciate the time. Of course great to be with you guys. What we thank you. During this pandemic I'm sure most of us have spent a lot of time at home. We've seen a lot of play by play. Guys calling the action for some pretty random events. What about you? How are you getting? Your play-by-play fixed during quarantine well. I've been I've been trying to offer up. And whoever's asked I've done explore some friends, and you know different colleagues, or if there's a connection to me with various people. you know kids that have birthday parties, and they're playing games out in the street or family pick up games I've been calling play by play of those and I'm feeling really good about where I'm at I. Don't feel like I'm GonNa. have any arrests at all, so it's been. It's been all good, so I don't know. I don't know how it's going to go. I haven't really haven't been on the air and I've done a lot of zoom calls and we'd been doing these virtual happy hours. That have been for the fans here in Milwaukee. So to zoom being stuck down here in my basement, I haven't actually. Really called a game since March I did an NBA on TNT game in on March tenth. That's the last time I was on the air. Wow and then this Sunday. You'll be part of the mass the champions for charity. How does one prepare for an event like this? You're are outstanding. Say This because you're on the Air Brian you're really. Talented play by play guy. We were talking with Steve Sands of the golf channel and NBC sports about preparing for that skins event the previous weekend. How do you prepare for this event? Especially you know. Guy Prepares College basketball, NBA, baseball, and on and on. Well yeah, this one's a little bit different than I know Steve Sands really well. We used to work together golf channel and those golf channel. Years Really helped me as far as events like this. We did a ton of made for TV, events and You know there are different. You gotTA. Make sure. You're hearing what you need to hear from from. A play by play perspective. You know you wanna be able to hear what the audience is. Believe it or not a lot of play by play. Guys me included. Will you know have the levels a little lower so You know we're not so easily distracted, but. for this one. Everything's on the level and you're trying to hear everything so you can back out. I mean the art of this kind of broadcast is. Is The shut up? Factor is is being quiet and. Being Willing and you know, take the ego out of a little bit, but if you're in the middle of a great point and You know you think you're. GonNa make a headline. You need to fill stop and lay out and let these guys are all Mike Up. Have the stage. That's really our goal is to kind of supplement. Let them lead. They're all. GonNa, be miked up with earpieces, manning and Brady and Tiger and Phil, and they'll be able to communicate with each other. They'll be able to hear us. So are are job at least my job. is to try to navigate around those. Those windows you know I still have to go to commercial in and out of commercial. There's a lot promos to read. We're GONNA have some interviews. There's some quarterbacking involved but really the skill for me. You know my goal is to try to back out of the way, and if you don't notice me like the referee theory if you don't notice me them. I've done a good job on Sunday. So I'm sure that I'M GONNA. Step on these guys a few times inevitable, but the idea is to let them have the floor. We know that that this is about raising money champions for charity. It's called the match. Brian Anderson from Turner. Sports is joining us on extra thirteen sixty. We've seen tiger. We've seen Phil. What is your understanding about? How good Peyton manning and Tom Brady are golf. Well, they've showed up a few times. their golf game. At least you know. They regularly compete in at Pebble Beach that at and T. Pro am tiger and Phil Excuse me, tiger and Peyton play quite often. In various programs I mean going back fifteen years or so they play a lot of social golf together, so they both keep anywhere from from six to ten handicapped I think. Payton's probably playing a little better right now because he's playing more more obviously being retired, Tom's getting ready for a season so i. don't think he's devoting too much time to his golf game right now, but Um, you know Tom's a good player. Single digit has been probably as low as three or four handicap and. He's he's already got some sandbags. Talk going that. He's not playing very well, but I think they'll do fine. I mean compared to tiger and Phil. It's not gonNA. Look Great, but. I think they'll do well, and there's there's certainly. able to handle the pressure and the one thing that won't be fans there, so they don't have that extra layer of anxiety of. You know not wanting to drill somebody in the gallery They'll be millions watching, but there won't be actual fans on the golf course so it'll feel a little more intimate for them to to go around the golf. Course and I really liked the format. The formats good for them. The first nine holes is a better ball, so it's a team game. tiger will pair up with Manning, and then Phil will match up with He'll pair up with Brady so it's the best ball the first nine, so you take the lowest score in a match play result, but then the second one. Is it all to the shot with a modified alternate-shot, so everybody's not altogether, and then they will play alternate shot through the end of the whole, so that could really. be entertaining for us to see if you know. Tom and Peyton put their pros and a really awkward spot. You know where maybe they're not used to, so I think it'll be fun. And Barclays even GonNa play a whole after we're done for charities get. He's got a challenge. Put on having so we get to see Charles. Barkley Swinger Club which I hope. He makes contact, but that will always be entertaining. Man Thank you for the warning now so everybody could have their kids go in the other room before they get exposed to Charles Barkley swinging a golf club. If you've never seen it, it is definitely unique so The players again during the skins over the weekend Brian is as you probably saw i. mean it was competitive. Sans told us that they. They got competitive, but it was fun, and they were talking, and there was a little bit of of interaction and you know they weren't as Stoic as they might be if they were on the back nine at Augusta I'm Kinda curious the same? These guys are doing this for charity. I'm sure they're going to try to Yuck it up. Peyton is always. Making a run, he's he can be very funny. But I'd be willing to bet that these guys will get a little bit competitive that they can't really help but be competitive when they're in that kind of environment here with this forum in particular. Yes, for sure I mean they're all extreme dogs? You know they're they're. They're go category. All of them and I think they're gonNA WANNA play well, and they're not gonna want to be embarrassed and so I hope the competitive juices flow a little bit and I liked the fact the money situation. has kind of been put in its own compartment. It's going to charity I. Give a lot of credit to. All the credit really to those four players, you know tiger and Phil put the thing on. They've added Brady and Manning, and then those are have decided that instead of a cash grab and the perse being available for them, which it certainly was that they'd like to donate to charity and Warner Media, the company that owns Time Warner Excuse me owns Turner Sports. They were willing to partner up with him on that front so that the charitable side the the money side is. is taken care of. There's four charities. There'll be some challenges along the way they'll add to it. I'm expecting. They'll raise somewhere between ten and fifteen million dollars. That is significant Don't WanNa wash that over for covert relief I think that's a huge piece to this. So then you can kind of dive diving on the competition, and as these holes unfold, and they're all gonna be in golf carts. And we're GONNA have cameras in the golf carts and remember they're going to have IFE's. Our earpieces listen so that's actually going to be really cool for us. The golf carts allow them to zip back and forth to help each other. You know to get next to their partners, shots and the pros especially to talk through. With their amador's so that'll be good entertainment for us, and then you know they're all going to be able to listen to each other and those cameras in in the golf cart. We're going to be able to interact within as well. We've got some some special guests calling in. that should be funny. I hope so it should be entertaining, and of course Charles is. Always there to to stir it up and ask questions as only he can I call it the talks board. which is an acronym for things only Charles can say so. There's there's probably. Going to be an over under on how many entries into the talks board that? We're going to have as well. I love it. Brian last thing before we let you go. And I realized that this question is has been marinating for about six months, but for those that might not know Brian Anderson of sports. He's also. You're still at the brewers correct Brian. Oh Yeah for sure okay. I realize again that this is a six month old question by now. Everybody probably is well aware of Zach Davies and Trent Grisham, but At some point, we hope to see the padres back out there on the field expected that they will obviously be contributors. Anything you can share with this audience here in San Diego about those two players in particular, coming over in a trade that was I think in December, but still hurt to ask. Well I got a chance to see both of them in spring training, and I love the look about him I watch Davies make a start. he's thaw he's. He's great I mean he's just Both guys are character, guys, high quality individuals, and you know this trade more than anything else. Just it was a fit trade, you know. The padres were in need of outfielder left handed Bat specifically, and they needed a starting pitcher, and the brewers needed a left handed starting pitcher, and they were. You know they were in need of shortstop or middle. infield prospect younger guy that. They believe is going. GonNa pop in a rea- so I think the trade just made a lot of sense both teams and you know the two general managers there are young go-getter, analytic guys and so I think it just worked for both and I think all four players are going to thrive in their new spots and I I I. Think San Diego Fans Are GonNa Love Davies and Trent. similar personalities. They're pretty quiet. David is Kinda sneaky. Funny Trends. Just getting this bigly career started but I think. has a chance to be a really good player in the big leagues and I think. one thing that's unusual about him. He uses a golf grip on his on the baseball bat, so he uses the golf grip to swing, which is with the thumbs up the shaft, so that's a really unique interesting thing that he's done forever. That's how he learned how to swing the BAT and so. His Minor League numbers. Show, a pretty poor result in the first few years, and that's when he tried to go to a conventional grip, and at one point, the brewers basically and he to his credit just said I can't do this anymore I. Don't feel comfortable I'm GonNa it's my career I'm GonNa go back. To what I do best, and you know he's a guy that wants to do well. He's from a military family and. A wants to please his employers and but finally. Made the bold step to go back to his old grip and really changed. Everything was a fast rise of the big league at that point, he was huge for the brewers after Christian Yelich. September early September Grisham was the guy who stepped in and fill in form so I. Think he's GonNa have good run in San Diego and you couldn't have a better ballpark. Exact Davies is a control pitcher. Kinda Kyle Hendricks, type pitcher that's pitched didn't postseason games and you know he's. He's Kinda like moving into the prime of his career. I think both will be excellent. Hey Brian have a great broadcast. should be fun. coming up on Sunday twelve noon here local time. Thank you for doing this this afternoon. We wish you and yours all the best. Thank you so much, and we'll talk to you somewhere sometime down the road, we hope. Okay, sounds good good to be with you guys. Thank you, that is Brian. Anderson is one of the voices of the Milwaukee. Brewers play by play announcer on Turner Sports. You can see him on tbs true that TV upcoming this weekend. It's called the match champions for charity twelve noon Sunday. If you're in front of a television, tune on in. He just gave you the rundown there back after this on Xtra.

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The Backstreet Boys

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

27:58 min | 6 months ago

The Backstreet Boys

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch. What happens live with me? Andy Cohen and and my sex U M shady boots. What your yeah? It's what happens with the backstreet boy. Everybody up your host Andy Cohen clubhouse with a larger group of gas that will have the teenage girl. It all of us saying I want it that way. They have sold over a hundred and thirty million albums worldwide in the West. You've been under a rock since ninety three your love for them is in your DNA speaking of new tickets to the DNA world tour. Go on sale Friday today the backstreet it is. I am so excited that you're here. We've been wanting to have you on for so long and since tonight's guest bartenders are such raging backstreet. Vans we might need to replace our bar with a fainting couch. Say Christine and opera and You one of you have seen the backstreet boys over fifty times ask getting better or worse not better okay very good okay. I just wanted to say on vanderbilt rules tonight. Sheena climbed on the bar to perform former song. Good as gold. Nick just started watching. I just want you to watch us and tell us how you think. She did watch the she came to our show. She did she she was there. I think she's awesome okay. I won't forget when I came to your show and all of us serenaded me in invaders. It was so awesome. I think we have a little clip of it. I gotTa tell you my edible had just kicked in all of a sudden one of me and I it was awesome. Yes I use you guys. Go Go see these guys in concert. It is so good you know every word to every song and you guys do not disappoint Howie. I heard you guys. I heard you're really into the idea of gathering all the guys in their wives and going on a below deck charter for my bucket list. That's on your list. Actually I know Kate. She's from Melbourne. Where where I live and also Connie Don's actually met her a months ago? Oh my God well. I'm working on it. Still an nations halley. I was just telling how he could be a chef and we'll just enjoy over questions for the backstreet. Boys are coming in but before we get to those. Here's what three things on the Szeswith. Tonight I the backstreet boys are known for hitting high notes imperfect harmony but I want to know which of their past fashions they find to be a bit of a low no no no little clashes. Here's what let's find out with fashion or trash Hon. I'm going to show you some of your past. Looks Right here save your still into it or if it should be thrown into the the trash okay here you are rocking leather in London Yay or nay nave yeah I mean you ever seen dumb and dumber very good throw it in the trash okay. Barrage of Blazers Ninety seven empty Europe awards. What is that yeah jackets? We liked that area looking dark and mysterious at the Billboard Billboard Awards in ninety seven at blue context entering that bat. Okay they like. Here's some tracksuit tracksuit. We're I don't know talking ahead of Kentucky Yours Ages batboy performance ninetieth palms child at that. I gotTa Tell You Yeah Okay here. You are at the grammys in ninety. We know we're all in black and he's like I'm wearing white. How interesting okay? Here's AJ and a serious statement suit at the ninety nine from your statement to George. George yeah they were on the carpet. You're giving me a little kid. Rock there Okay here's Kevin in a Turtleneck turtleneck and bucket hat skew generic. Kid Thank you tweet. I would guess. The two thirds of them have fantasized about having a scandalous moment in the dark with the backstreet boy and the other one third is probably just lying. So here's what. It is time for dish in the dark. I'M GONNA dim the lights. Here's some flashlights. For each of you I'm GonNa give you some never. Have I ever type scenarios from your time together. If you've done that thing tell us by shining your flashlight on your mug and singing every okay. Okay okay all right so have you. Have you ever gotten caught hooking up in your trailer or Green Room. Okay do you ever the Trivia unexpectedly gotten a Boehner onstage okay. Have you ever made love avoir listening to your own. Music came on the radio. You ever gotten in rid of an opening act because you've found the performer. Annoying new BRO. Even know if they have you ever forgotten the choreography in the middle of performance. You ever pulled a fan onstage. Simply simply because they were hot. Yeah sorry this is fine. I did but there was light me up. Have you ever forgotten an anniversary or birthday because you were so busy on tour blades -joyed in the clubhouse by the top selling boy band of all time I thought it was only fitting that we played a game that really zeroed in on their moneymakers. Here's what guys I'm going to show you a series have cropped backstreet bums. Try to idea which bandmate they belong to with backstreets crack. All right. Okay here we go. Who's bought what is this guy said he? Aj let's that's Aj hinch who's performing forming posterior. Is this how we know that's hanging off your but that's that's you know it's not always call. Your kids are taught. Is this out here it is. It was blue jeans behind. Is there a back seat. Is this that's right. He's got somebody who's but is this mic. It is this that looks like agent Brian. The Nick Kevin Bianca from Boston is first with the question for the boys. WHAT BIANCA HI Andy? I love you you back my question. It's for the backstreet. Boys is it true that Ryan gosling with almost with action void or is that just a rumor on the internet blown out of proportion. Okay we lived in the same apartment complex. While he was doing the Mickey Mouse Club with Britney out in the Orlando and we played basketball like every other day and the group had just started. I told backstreet boys is going to be huge. And he's like it's not gonNA happen. Ro New you kids. Try Did did their thing. Whatever cut to he was wrong? Yes but he was never auditioned. Somehow the press misconstrued construed it and then it became a thing his live digestion live in that apartment complex. You don't he did he. Did he go about by Dustin in seeming not seeming kind of not into doing anything with the incident. Guys of you guys were in in sync. How would you? ooh You'll about what's going on there. Because they want to do it I think they should do it without him with Dan. Obviously it would be massive. They all I mean I think he has things as far as acting career the opposite he he wants to do but he's accomplished pretty much. Everything you can as a solo artist so I think someday it's going to happen. We just don't see I've actually done something before. Ah We went on tour with the new kids on the block. Yeah it was. It was four without man. I mean maybe I am no justin but but but maybe we could do a tour with backstreet in the four of them. Maybe like a package tour too. I have a seventeen year old son. Ah I encourage him to go solo so because I know being in a group is tough marriage it's harder look so cute with my heart. Well Oh he's good at Kim from Florida. Hey Kim what's your question. Hi Andy I'm I just want to say I'm so excited to speak with you in the backstreet boys it's like. OMG The grabbing. My question is for all of the boys Since Lou Pearlman created your groups biggest competition with instinct. Were there any instincts songs that you were pissed. Got To offer to them. I know that's their first single. Basically the same producer. Sir Max Martin. That did a lot of their. Yes yeah did our songs and they offered us. It's either turn my heart. It was it was one of I heart and we turned it down but look the thing with us an incident. We were brothers. Yeah we were just on different teams. It was a healthy competition. Yeah let's break it down really though because I'm just going to be all on okay. Okay when we said no to things when we said no to things they got the Yes guy. So you're talking about nine years of like bust our butts working and traveling the world and and then when I came along it was like if we said no to something you have. They got what kind of threatened to us. You know somebody will say yes. What happened was our management leveraging? Saas in more now we are managed by the same management company. Dogs getting a Little Wild uh-huh all love between individual yes. Let's go to Stephanie. From Houston a Stephanie. What's your question? Hi Andy I love you. Baby Ben. my questions for all the boys in your song I want it that way. Why do you sing? I never want to hear you say I want it that way. In what way do you not want good question. We don't mean I know sense of this. RIDERS RIDERS MAKING A. There was a there is a completely different version of the song that actually made sense okay and thankfully we decided to go back to the one that didn't make sandwiches don't pick the song would have been had. It made sense over interpreting. We used to say you could say I never WanNa want to hear you say get out of my house right. Yeah if we're if we're in a relationship right and you say get out of my house I could say I never want to hear you say say you want my ass our way you can make it. You could make it make sense. Yes I got the drinks make sense. Yes Okay Bob. Here's the question Sophia from Tennessee. If you were only able to sing one backstreet song song for the rest of your career. WHAT WOULD IT BE I? I guess it would be kind of the songs that aren't necessarily the most popular. Okay I I love a song called. Don't WANNA lose issue now. That was on our millennium album. Okay I it could have been a single. I like that. And maybe batteries back back breath and limbs Lindsey wide texted. How is there any truth to the rumor that you almost hooked up with Janet Jackson? No truth that I remember person Nick Nick Wendy wants snow brother errands. Doing an of you guys been in touch at all. He's doing really well. He is good touched him yesterday. Kevin Rachel Hov wants to know the best and worst part about being the oldest member of the band. Pain pain craft show when you're on stage and and you're performing and everybody's there and you're in an arena. It's like a time warp but then when you wake up the next morning your game wow that hurts. I am a lot older than I thought I was last night be emailed for all of you. Aj or the rumors offers true that you're the turtle this season on my God. This is still going on. Yeah no because I'm here right now so clearly. I'm not the turtle. Okay okay. Well it's not a live show. No but still and if I was I wouldn't tell anyone said Patti Labelle was here in lied to my face. You're the turtle the confession. Yeah I don't know if I can say this allowed. The turtle was created for me that I was I was possibly going to be on the show really. They offered it to you a busy. Wow so why did he won busy. You had a baby but the baby. Your Life was busy on and we found out during the break that. Aj is a huge friends fan. Very much of a friend's Tattoo Friends Tattoo. It's faded. It's gotTa be touched up my wife Termi on it about six years ago and now literally league when friends was on. You guys actually didn't have any time to wouldn't have any friends and Seinfeld back in the days. It sounds like but yeah it's it's still one of the best teams shows ever. Let's go to Josh from Massachusetts What's your question Josh? Andy Love You. My question is when are we going to get the long rumored Christmas album. ooh Good question label at this moment. Yeah yeah that's the only only thing that we've not done but that's the only things left on the bucket list that we've not done and we all love Christmas music and we have families. Yeah we need to make it. We make it happen the song. Yeah it's happening and you're not gonNA have to wait more than a year all right awesome. Today it goes to this sculpture. The backstreet boys made entirely of cheese has gotten better with age. They've also gotten chatter with a yes. Yeah that I'm taking a closer look tonight. Shackle also goes to that cheese sculpture when you zoom in. It's impossible to tell which ed longs to Oh title. I have not seen such a bad celebrities sculpture. Since that scary one they put up of Lucille Ball in her hometown. I WanNa take the backstreet. Boys Carter Aj. Brian Literal Kevin Richardson and Halley. d'oro control the selling me the incorrect way to spell. Say Your name correct. Way As what is literally troll how I just pronounced proper way. Thanks Control Room. Second North American leg of the group's DNA World Tour Kicks Off July tenth. In New York. Tickets go on sale on Valentine's Day. The album is DNA it's available. The Barn. Are Actually Supervisor Christina Amanda Auburn KC any of you super fans have a question for the boys. Yeah okay. What is your favorite music video that you've made good question? ooh Rain One. Of course my mom would have to be as long as you love me. It was a fifteen to June nineteen ninety-seven and that was the day that I met my wife. That's still won't be out with a really good one as well. Oh Kazan credible and our kids. No children album check it out. Yup Hit something of value the family. This is yours from us. We did a deal with build a bear and you can buy a build a bear and request your favorite backstreet boys slogan this back street band. Bill bear the very first one brother. Thank God I ask you. You guys have performed everywhere you performed at the Super Bowl you performed for presidents you have performed around the world. Huge audiences is their performance. That you view as your the biggest or the one that when it was happening you guys were like now. This is the one you know talking about super bowls we In two thousand and one we he actually did the national anthem right and At that halftime was actually a was instinct Brittany aerosmith arrows. And and I think that was one of our biggest but it was all US correct. It was offered to us. We got a choice to either. Choose from the halftime or to do the national anthem. We chose the national anthem. Now he's so looking back though we sort of regretted a little bit here really. Yeah because it's gotten so big over the halftime show but it's still very prestigious got supports it is okay city chiefs congratulate James. We're at the game on. Yes anyone else. Awesome performance that stands out. We just did our first time ever in Saudi Arabia. I they had co ED roles envoys men and women out there. Yeah so very good though like just the whole energy in that venue is just so amazing it sounded like forty. It doesn't people. Wow to Allie from New York with the question for the boys. What's your question alley? Andy Boys Right My question is for Nick and Brian. Oh my God oh my God. You didn't speak for over a year. How did you guys get back to being Sunday? Then we actually spoke this no. I'm I'm sure they're they're referring to the documentary that we did where we had a little argument. Yeah I mean that happens you know in families and groups But you know right after. Then you know we made up. And we kind of saw eye-to-eye hi But we really ever stopped speaking. No never I mean you're you're my little brother like it was he was. He was a little brother that never had including AJ. Because I was right in the middle. That's not yeah you were the Jan Brady. Brian actually raised like a lot of us. I mean a lot of. Aj My family Being really what do you what do you call the I had I had like legal guardianship over over me. True wait. I went on the road over so for win. His parents couldn't be out. Brian's legal guardian. Did you keep him. We did you in shock. I mean he's still pisses on toilets. He's grown ASMI. He's he's a good dude like I said he he was my little brother and like when you talk about a dynamic relationship we always had like the dynamically like I love the backstreet boys documentary by the way I cried. So good Let's go to Annabel from Texas Annabel. What's your question Andy? Love you love you back. Hey my question is for holly. Is it truly your originally auditioned for the Latin boy band Minova missionary did really. When I was fourteen years old? I had edmark. No actually Martin was actually in the group of that time. He actually watched my audition. I was fourteen years old and I knew somebody in Orlando are that that The actually the they had a secondary home in Orlando and they had just had a concert night before at seaworld and they have the next often somehow another. I got lucky enough to audition audition and Ricky Martin. They like the song endless love and I think the high part and a little voice hasn't changed Gondola and on my part I didn't finish joked backstreet. Streep has bannon from Pensacola Bannon. What your question? Hi My question is Aj. Did you in Chris Per Patrick ever ever squash her beef after he wanted to punch you dating the same girl yes we do. Actually we did squash these these. Pseudo beef is actually actually at a mutual friend's wedding. It was actually accused wedding and we now are the best buds. He's a new dad. So we we now have that in common. It's nice to see him settled down now with just a beautiful family so let's go to Mandy from Chicago last call. Hi Andy Backstreet Boys for Heaven Heaven. Do you think thank. You made the right decision to leave the group back in two thousand six especially since you didn't seem to take that much time off. Oh he took plausibly. Yeah Yeah Yeah I do because I needed. I needed a break. I didn't love it anymore. And it wasn't fair to these guys wouldn't fair to the fans I need to regroup recharge and refocus in and get grounded in and and Find My love and passion for music again so it was the right decision for me. I'm sorry it disappointed our fan base but it was the right decision for good. You gotTa Take Care of yourself. All right I guess if asked us all to quit playing games but guess what it is game time. Let's find out if their memories like their voices are pitch perfect. Signed forgetting cuisine with it. Nine hundred sedition boys are going to choose a category from the board. You'll have twenty seconds to name every item in that category quickly. If you can complete three full categories Gorey's you win categories are dazzling diva spice up your life the magic word what am I. And you've got a friend in me. Pick a category. What am I okay? One Year Ma. You need to clear three categories Twenty seconds each category. Okay name the first six things Meredith Brooks says she is in universal on mothers. And say you got it. Uh Gory was Let's do spice. Yeah okay spice up your life. All five numbers of the spy high schools by spice so scary sporty ginger ginger baby posh it. One more category like another category guys Pigott Piggott Gadget Word Word Shaw. I've got Harry Potter Book Title Stone. I one chamber of Secrets Prisoner of asking Dan yes Craft fire does definitely got to move now. Definitely hallows. Yes Oh my God all right okay come back in. You may want the bottom category. You've got a friend in me. The main characters from the show last names go phoebe. Buffet Giovanni Chandler Bing Monica Geller. Ross and Rachel creed it is back all right. I WanNa thank the backstreet boys. Komo wait before you go. Here's a snake meat up. Andrew Enron rules run up a lot about this pastor. I'm wondering like why it's up. Lisa coming you guys. I'm not talking about this Santa Ball. Same thing I wonder what took Lisa Fun for you to say something Dante. Obviously honestly I was upset about what I saw him getting another. Okay okay. Thanks for listening to the PODCAST. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes live Monday through Friday at four PM Eastern time make sure subscribe to have a great rusty or night.

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Wednesday With Walton  September 11, 2019

Scoops with Danny Mac

14:07 min | 11 months ago

Wednesday With Walton September 11, 2019

"Have you ever wanted to throw out the first pitch at cardinals game become a design air heating and cooling customer in you'll get that chance call this number now three one four seven three nine sixteen eight hundred three one four seven three nine sixteen hundred become a designer heating and cooling customer and you could be throwing out the first pitch and receive four all inclusive tickets to that game game three one four seven three nine sixteen hundred the chance of a lifetime thanks to design air heating and cooling proud partner of the Saint Louis Cardinals. I I'm Ryan Kelly with the home loan expert Dot Com. The only thing I like better than baseball is saving people money start saving now with a cash-out refinance at the home loan expert. Dot Com enjoy the podcast Wednesday morning that means it's time to visit with Brian Walton and this is always one of the most popular aspects of the website his site. The Cardinal Nation Dot Com covers the cardinals minor leaguers three hundred sixty five days a year even when the season is over even during the off season and you can find out all kinds of different things not not only the minor leagues but the Major League Club is well Ryan Good morning to you. How are things going on always bad. I enjoyed your piece this morning on Memphis emphas- they had a really strong finish which was gonNA dovetail into some of the things that I wanted to get into in terms of various players at whether there with the big league club now or or could be in the future. So what did you find out about Memphis in diving into the finish of their season through interesting Ganymede. Is We talked about through much of year. The Memphis redbirds were major disappointment two time winner of the Pacific Coast League title and and Folks Thought a lot of folks thought heyday could potentially get a third dirt and as we got into mid July Memphis was in terrible shape they were twenty one games under five hundred a win percentage that three ninety two last play like seventeen games out in you know just look like the season was just going completely nowhere and then thanks guarded to pick up the relief pitching especially especially improved from an IRA over five to under three the starting pitcher got better the offense number players went very strong and to the point that Memphis one thirty one of their last forty three games so they played oversight over seven hundred ball and they went into the final series of the season with then outside chance of actually coming back to win their division. They fell short but still it was premiered. His turnaround from the season was looked completely lost. How did they do it. What was the the main reason they were able to turn things around. Relief pitching was the key to improvement all aspects of the game but when you look at the at the pitching there were one starter Daniel Prostate Leone who really stood out and we talked about Daniel before because he was not only the pitcher of the month for the cardinal system but then he was also oh named the player of the month for the entire Pacific closely then including pitchers and hitters zero point nine three in his five starts but then the relievers three relievers who we know of Dominick Leone Mike Myers chasing tree to the three you're back with Saint Louis pissed extremely well. Myers had sick saved for Memphis and then the other two names of the pictures that stood out or young pitchers junior Fernandez who was Saint Louis had an era of two point eight in the last period through Memphis but there that we haven't talked about it all cody Whitley a twenty four year old from North Carolina who was drafted just in two thousand seventeen and the twenty twenty seven th round and cody. Riley began the year in Palm Beach moved up to springfield pitched extremely where that will there be are a around up to then came up to Memphis and locked at one point seven one point five year with over ten strikeouts per nine cody way at least one of the players. It's GonNa be going to the euro-zone. Foley and it looks like he could definitely be a relief. Fisher for Saint Louis in two thousand twenty so that's on the pitching side Brian. How about TAB MEMPHIS with some of their hitters in guys stood out that comeback from Memphis in its final forty three games is really driven by some strong performances across the entire offense inspect Randy Rhoads arena of course we've seen Saint Louis and John Gauss key first baseman both had opiates as well over a thousand answer the dose Garcia in even though it goes didn't get you called up he hit fourteen home runs and drove in thirty eight runs in his last thirty eight games so a tremendous part of the power and production they need Memphis Justin Williams and Ramona radius and it mood associated all social. WHO's of course we're seeing? Louis appears over nine fifty so the Memphis offense really got clicking in all gears as the relief pitching in Daniel Punsalan. Let the rotation I WANNA get into some of those individuals momentarily you mentioned Arizona. Fall like do we know who's headed to the Arizona Fall League at all. Yes the cardinals may go now eight minor leaguers going to fall league seven of whom of been named aimed and that does that starts a week from today. Wednesday September eighteenth in Arizona and runs through just finished just before Halloween and the cardinals typically think down one starter and for raw three or four relief pitchers and as well as the then of course catcher infielder outfielder Griffin Roberts who early pick in two thousand eighteen is going down. He was at Palm Beach and he was the player who is suspended in the season. Has An excellent slider is sliders orange his his claim to fame but he was very very consistent. Griffin Roberts was at Palm Beach. I really hadn't had a tough time this season so it'll be interesting to see how he performs wanted against that advanced competition accordingly the reliever. I mentioned before is going down as set eligible is another two thousand seventeen drafty who like Willie's move very quickly in his already reached Memphis in just a season and a half basically as a professional and then on the office side don't cost and everybody knows and your doc Carlson and already had over five hundred fifty played appearances during the season but he could get another hundred or so experienced against some good pitching in Arizona Alerts Montana the third basement had a had a really tough season because he had a Hemi own injury and so for him. It's about getting more at bats and you're trying to get his power back. Kramer Roberson infielder from Lsu that the cardinals drafter of years back bounce between Springfield and Memphis very good defensively hasn't really comfortable yet with the bat and then the second youngest pitcher in the Arizona in excuse me the second player in the Arizona Fall League nineteen-year-old Catcher Yvonne Herrera who has exceptional at got to open the season fish the year at Palm Beach and the cardinals have a lot of interest and excitement about young catcher Yvonne Guerrero who will also be among the cardinals group in Arizona Fall League more of a catch and throw guy or can he hit a little bit to Brian. Oh no he's got a very good bad over eight hundred even in his introduction at Palm Beach which is the exceptional in a in a hideously so I think they have a lot of hopes for him. Sort of being your next guy in line after Kisner in the in the Karnal sketching succession Hi Saint Louis. It's Matt Carpenter for my friends at snuck. 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Danny MAC DOT COM homebase in Saint Louis founded in nineteen ninety seven sixteen locations ernest. You'll receive the perfect haircut complimentary Beverage Relaxing Shampoo Pot Talbot Amend Complimentary Shoeshine all for just twenty two dollars colors and for an extra five dollars a stress relieving scalp massage hair saloon for men sixteen locations. There's one near you hair saloon. For Man. Hennessy Cabrera pitched three innings. The other day picked up a save and I'm curious about what you're hearing with his future meaning his role starter or reliever. I've always felt in watching him and it's been briefed but I love his stuff coming out of the pen. What what are you hearing wrong if they want to keep him the starter starter as long as they can and we've seen his fastball. That's clearly his claim to fame. He's got a curveball in a rep as well but they're not nearly at the same qualities. changeups probably the second best pitch. I think the cardinals may still try to keep him starting. Although you know we'll see what we'll see how to see what happens next spring obviously he's. GonNa be a long reliever this year because there is no place for him in the rotation but if you look at you know you look at Memphis it could easily be situation where he could either go back to the Memphis rotation and get more experience next year or he could be in go pillar. Certainly no assurance breath faithfuls going to be back so you we will need another lefty alongside if if it's not widely Mayo maybe it's Cabrera Garcia. You talked about him. Randy arose arena. What do you think the future for those two guys is right now with a very crowded outfield is at both those guys have multiple minor league option years left there means there has been a player's attitude team's forty man roster. They get at least three years in which the before the player has to stick in the major leagues for good so L. A. Goes to the forty nine last season. Arosemena added this year so they each have multiple years yet ahead that they could be set up and down and you never know what's going to happen with the injuries. You never know what's going to happen with trades or or otherwise so those guys provide good depth and the good news is the cardinals aren't forced to do anything with him right away so so I anticipate unless they're involved kind of larger trade but fell still continue to stay around and anchor Memphis next year perhaps and then be available to be called up to Saint Louis when needed Jake Woodford. We haven't really talked much about him here. In the last couple of weeks where where is he in terms of his future immediate with the cardinals well you know what the Dan Dan you know we talked about the players that excelled for Memphis both Cabrera and Woodford index forty three games when Memphis made their move both I'm here. DRA's over five five Cabrera improved his strikeouts and lowered his walks. Woodford sterile struggled yeah. He's still at the strike outs with the walks in a hits went up and you know he still won a couple of games. I think he went four games. Actually out of his is finally starts but he just wasn't getting data's out consistently enough. I guess the the cardinals decided forty minute. Bring him up this year. Of course they also had that immediate need for a fourth catcher that they didn't know about in so when they had to bring up Joe Joe Hudson that caused them to you know use another forty man roster spot that they may be weren't planning on the Dick might have gone to Whitford. I'M GONNA wrap it up with this. The the sad news of the passing of of Chris Junkin you you knew Chris and the minor leagues you wrote a beautiful piece on your website the car donation dot com just your thoughts on Chris well yes. It really hurts to see any man that youngest thirty eight years old leave us and Chris was beloved by a by cardinals fans because he gave it his all. Maybe wasn't the the most gifted outfielder you could tell that when he was out there he was giving it his all he was a fine power. Hitter brought his family his mother unfortunately had died of brain cancer back in two thousand thirteen for credit it came up early about seven years ago and he had fought over the years with surgery chemotherapy and and became a became valued members of the media in Saint Louis Guy. Law Folks love to listen to every afternoon on Espn Dan Radio and it's tough to see anyone leave us especially someone so young as Chris Konkan absolutely what do you have on the Cardinal Nation Dot Com with the minor league shut down but your work does not stop. What do you have where we're going to be starting up on next Monday. A feature where we go through the detail the defeat of all cardinals minor league affiliates in Italy go through an announcer pitchers in players of the year across the system. we got an article about three new international signees the cardinals. Nobody thinks July rely second is sort of the time that players signed but really the cardinals have been signing them throughout their up to twenty eight seventy s now three new pictures just joined the organization and then on the the Cardinals Nation Message Board. We have a this is a fourteen year. All the people in the message board community fans can vote for their top prospects in the cardinal final system for next year and we take that vote and it's one third of the rank of the leading when we do our site cops fifty over the winter so those who are interested in voting with other fans on selecting the cardinals top prospect list come on over the message. Gordon you can participate in that process for three always great staff Brian. Thank you. We'll catch up next Wednesday Wednesday next weekend.

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I Dare You

The Potter's Touch

28:30 min | 1 year ago

I Dare You

"Hey, it's past records eggs Coleman. And you are watching the Potters touch. Sometimes you just need some encouragement and you can't get it for yourself. You have to go to someone else. The bible says there is safety in a multitude of council. How wonderful is it that our Bishop has decided to be council for you today? I pray to find safety in this message. But more importantly, I've probably you find the encouragement that you take a look and see what the Bishop has for today. Scott, my friend when you can stand there. Brooke, busted, and disgusted until the realtor. I'm going shopping for house. God says you my friend, a yellow here. What I'm talking about. When you have on your own kidneys and commanding the function got says you're my friend, if you can see the invisible you can do the impossible. Gut says you my friend because you didn't stag up at the promise and you bed to be leave me for things that seem impossible. Glory to God. Living the result of your faith in God returned. My looked smile with the corner. And I look at you. I remember you what that met brace all around your neck up in the hospital, buddy, all twisted duck to say, we don't know how things are going to be, and he's laying up in the hospital when I got there, and he said, I'm going to be all right. Bishop faith you don't necessarily have to look at Abraham. The c Fe TAOs some men in this rule that the enemy tried to snuff them out, but they are here today as a testimony of guts, faith in their life. He didn't stop the promise, but he did to believe that the unbelievable was possible. The inconceivable could be made tangible the abstract could be made concrete. God and God list. I'm wondering if any bless men in the house. It ain't but twelve I thought it might be more than that. I'm wondering if Vinit bliss been through hell and I made it mid in the house. Yeah. Funny, how anybody will want to marry you get your stuff together. Everybody Winton blinking Tanada Takata job, everybody all up in your face. Krista got a car all signed up. But you need somebody believe, to you riding a bicycle you need God. Oh, y'all know what I'm saying? You need somebody to believe God with all. I was a Hesam surviving men wouldn't do some things in this place. Is. Hi, amazed at the people today, who tell me every day, what got told him and got told me this and got told me to tell you that got told me this, I was drinking coffee and got told me this, I was eating a doughnut and got Toby's told me schism more sugar out the cabinet and God told me to drink Kool aid for three days and always talking to him every five minutes, I think there are looney. I think they're looney. I think they're looney. Because in the bible that only a few times in the space of Abraham's life that God spoke to him and they were at pivotal points in your life. God doesn't run off at the mouth for Chadha at the frivolous. His Amir Godman talk to him so speak because caught swear. It has power whatever caught says something something is going. God speaks to you at a take you awhile to walk out the word he gave you less here. Some of you are still walking in the revelation of something God. Oh, you not much ago. Not off to the God would call out. I have a neighbor. Shut dot cool. Shutdown is whenever God calls out of he interrupts human fast puts thing on. Oh. When God calls out he would call your name twice. Abram. Abram. Have a God. Calls me twice. It's on a covenant says most take off your shoes for the grown tend on his holy yaldo. What I'm saying. A tux culture me twice. It's a sign of coveted Solis solar van fairly, when God seven twice. Covenant? In fact, Davidson once has spoken twice about power, the loans to go. David is that it's not so much? God says it twice is when God sheltered in heaven echoes on earth. That's why we pray that will be done on earth. As it is. Jokes about witness is inhabit at my record is on. If it's a mind, heavenly is a mine near ram. This loses Abram Hebron occasionally God with coal Abrahams name arrest, all human affair invade us spaces. I'm getting ready to bring a change in your life. Have you ever had God? Disrupt your life. Oh, people used to tell me that if interest of Christ everything just go smoothly. And whether the only reason your life entails is because you're not a Christian if you've ever. But when again, Kristen gutless, smooth out all the rugged places, and everything just goes fine. I don't know who this Ervin. But the God Ashur disrupt your whole he'll scream out. I have an chew and arrest of just when you got him think calm and fixed up the way you want it to be. And you don't be. Call it would call out of Hebrew. Don't one team Abram head going for him was the ability to hear his goal. He would heal God's get out of your country. You're crazy. Kim folks alone, I'm getting ready to cite defy you set to a pot and you'll relative not good on staff. What I'm going to do in your life. Isn't it? Funny, how you can be related to people who are not connected to you. God set where I'm getting ready to take you. You take all your friends. You'll run on the better take you into Brian. Oh, the. Abraham left out that was familiar to him. Walking toward the unfamiliar Abraham while you're going. I'm not exactly sure where we go stay. I really don't know what city are you looking for. I don't know. But when I get there, I'm looking for city whose builder and make risk. I'm looking to see someone outside that looks like what I see on the inside. I see something. Oh, man side, that I'm not seeing on ASA, but I'm a cheap walking and till I seal the outside what I have been lied on Abraham had fade. I want to say my brothers and sisters, if you look outside of your hyphen you don't see on outside what God showed you inside keep on Walkin. You not there yet. Don't settle for counter fit watered down, mediocre exists, when God has come shoot abundant supernatural blessings on the inside. You may go through it, but for God's sake go through it don't get stuck in it. Keep all walk into you walk out of it. And you gotta be a walk through some say this, I fainted, either this. I may not know where it is. But I know where they all your what I'm saying. I note this is not it keep moving. Waited all of his life for Charlie's non old man. He's made to an old wrinkled woman. It ceased to be with her after the manner of life and out of her dead bearing wounded wrinkled wound her breasts of deflated all hopes of pregnancy has gone, and all of a sudden she starts to get a flutter in her stomach, because God does not look at your situation to determine how he's going bless you. In fact, God would bless you at moments in your life. When everything around you says this is the wrong time for me to be walking into this. Listen, but the right time is, when God says, it's the right time and Abraham stepped into that blessed. My wife's head five children. My wife had five children. My mother had five children, two of them that and three of them live all of them had five children child before me in between. My sister died of before my mother birther and Chow after me was born did her name was Marinette, and she was born dead. And I was born in between two dead children. And the enemy tried to take me out. But I lived my mother carried me in her arms wouldn't me down for a moment anywhere because she was determined that the enemy wasn't going to take this child away and all of the past and love and drive that she would have put in those two of my siblings at died in between me. She forced into me because she was the woman who had been to sorrow enough, that went got finally did give her something she had an insatiable love for it funny. How God knows how to put you in certain situation to force you to incubates God knew what I was going to have to face, what I was gonna have to deal with, and he set me up in a nurturing environment and you don't just get that nurturing that so there, sometime you have to go to hell to be a good nurture when you get through losing stuff at got finally give you some you're so glad to get what God gave you. Let nobody take this away. You all know baby our been through too much. They've got a bliss me. Again. I'm on this. And some people said I was spoiled, but I you know. I'd like to think that she was careful with me. This was careful with me. Can you imagine? How careful Abram must've been old man, finally had the one child of how careful he must have been with either. Can you imagine how it must have gone against everything he'd ever been taught when God spoke to him and say, take now the sun not only son and take him to a mountain and offer him up the burnt offering? Abraham a miata set. Look, we talked about this. I mean, I'm, I'm religious everything. You do. But now. I don't know about this burning up. My child stuff is new doctrine. Yeah. And I'll say nobody else in the scripture sits who has to do this. And so I do this this I ain't gone. This ain't got this Bhagat have has got him ask you to do some, and it costs you so much all hang on. Seventy seven percent of released prisoners were arrested for new crime within five years to our Texas offenders re in forgiveness. If you can help ex offenders move beyond their past to a greater level purpose more than ten thousand ex offenders have completed the Tory program, and successfully transition back into society. I want you to visit TJ partners dot org. You can be that missing piece to help reunite families. Four to be. And reach your full potential and order to be calm, all got heavy to become that many, many times got raises you to crush want you to see why Jesus did not compare himself with apples peaches plums. But he lifted up the wind at fit. This is me. Abraham didn't do that. God calling out I ever out of habit. Take now. So not only son, an offering and the birds Abraham went right in the house and say peg the boy, some lunch me in the land. Gotta go. Took either arm and say, come on. We're going to the mountain where we're going to. I'm not sure. Is dead? I see the knife. I see the would he said, where's the sacrifice? Follow looked set. God should provide the sacrifice. What all the way up to? Up to the land of Mariah to what would later be going office mountain and laid him out on a rock and raised a knife to slay his only son walking in the level of that he knew. And just when he got ready to slay his son. The bible said God called out of heaven. Stay your hand. Said, don't panic is just a test. I just wanted to know that if I would ask you. You would do it. I just needed to know that to beat enough that if I would ask you a hot thing that you would come Plath. He said, look over your shoulder Bohol. I've got. Ticket. You know, God's always got something tied up for you. When you walk with him. He'll always keep something on hall that in the time of me all he may not come when you're wanted. But in. I wish it was somebody who knew what it was to be going to the laundromat of fifty dollar Bill tied up in your past pockets, just in the time of need. I don't know whether it was their God just made it appear. But in funny, how God what make the way Jau was shot had a witness in here? They put it on sale, just as you was coming in the store. Away. Abraham stopped in mid air, and he and he shows us why he gets elected as father many nations. It was not just said he was masculine or strong or stubborn tonight, sus. I can see why God, meet him the father of the faith. Because Abraham not only was strong and powerful masculine and to NASA's he was something that few men are today. He was flexible. You could change in the middle of the stream and he could go with the flow. He said, if God says offering up offering up if got stop out stop, if got says wait outweight. The only thing I wanna do is be in the will of God. And as soon as he went through that last tests, and he proved that he was willing to follow God, even when he didn't even understand what God was doing been gone fit now because you'll Baid me on the first call got said, I'm going to speak to you again, and the angel of the Lord called on the Abraham out of heaven, thus. The first time stay your hand stopped, everything Aram is tied in the thicket the second time, when God called out of heaven, he said, because you have done this because you obeyed me the first time because you and I went to a hard place together. He said, now, I'm going to bless you. Like you have never been bless before. If he said, Shula blessings will bless and multiplying. I will multiply the now watch this, my brothers and sisters because he allies, the backsliders dilemma, the back flouted of backslap because he didn't love God, he loved the back slot back slides because of what he went through in the first call and the first call is so challenging for him. He's this is crazy. I can't do this. I gotta get outta here. But when he walks away, he forfeits his opportunity for the second, call the blessing is not in the skull via Beatty is in the first call. The blessing is in the second call, you have in do it, the first call and been faithful when you didn't even understand what God with doing in your life after you suffered a while. Don't run off back, slat give up and say nothing to church. Just wait on the second call. Because when. God speaks again he's gonna pay for everything you went through the first time for every night you cry for everything you did without for every moment to do it. Hardness going to call you one more time. I don't have time 'cause I got to go to Lanta, but the to go land. I wanna tell you what God is saying, the Lord sent me here to tell you that he's getting ready to call you. One more will why would you call me again, because I'm getting ready to do finishing touches good ready to refine, you really getting ready to give you what I only showed you before. I'm getting ready to give it to your, your life right now, by the way, that's why the intimate tried to destroy you're not you're out of your place. Hit him and knew what I was going to do the next time around because. A fight because fought back. Held on God said. Swear. One more time. Yeah. That may that means if you think I'm blessed right now, you wait on this next call if you Goss, raise me up now you wait on this next call. If you think done some wonderful in my life now white on this next call going through some stuff that you didn't even know I was going through. But after this, I'm going to get that thing that's been pressed down shaking together and running over. Came the tail somebody today. Had not saying, no years, have not heard the have ended for your heart that God have been Skoll. Say one more time. Oh, god. Ready to give you one more time. Ready to give you one. Getting ready to give you one more blessing. You think you bless but you I really been blessed. You could read it a walked in the one more blessed. What grandma called us show. Noth- less. Less about it read it for. Show. Gods? He said, I swear, I'm gonna bliss. I swear, I'm going to multiply. I swear, I'm going to give the increase, I swear, I've been cooking up a blessed while you were suffering while you were crying while you all scared to death. Didn't understand me. Try to trust me got said, I was stirring up a blessing. Now that you've been doing it for. I'm to give you what I was cook it up for your time ago. Slap tell him, he's been getting ready for you. He's been getting ready to bless. He's been stirring up coach. He's been starring up to liberal. Been start up less. And I wanna tell. Jumped on the plane. You should kill me in the first call. But it's too late. Already been to the fire. The storm. Get my stuff somebody Saudi. Look at somebody say is not. It's my it's my time. Be less time to rec-. To be annoying. To stand. The time to win. Succeed. Live at. Stop. What do they say? He's tried ongoing plus. Multiply six say God is multiply. Blesses, you have that was addition. But in this year dot as. This. It's the same thing with your multiply you get that. God said this is. That quick. People. What? He's through seed. Your seed is possessed the gates of your intimate. I want you to get this, this is just not for you. This is for your kids to. 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Episode 70: Wyoming Bound

One Two Review

28:45 min | 1 year ago

Episode 70: Wyoming Bound

"Ladies and gentlemen. Thanks for joining us this week one to review my name's Braden. I have my friend Alex here say, hey, Alex. Hey, how's it going all going right over here? Great with everybody listening. What we do every week. I want to review is we rate and review movies. We do on a super simple scale. It's one point. We don't like it too points. If we do like it, and we read every movies, and so we get around twenty points. And then we call it a day this week. We're doing things a little bit differently. We're going to be doing things off the cuff. We don't have script. We're going to try to follow the format as best as we can. But this is the travel base. So we're going to be navy in an airplane. Maybe at an airport. Who knows we're on our way to get on this episode of? All right, folks. Thanks for joining us. I'm here with Brandon. We're right now. In our Uber on the way to L A X where we will be hopping in a plane heading to our good friend, the state of Wyoming still no listeners there, but we sent Luke on a mission to go kind of investigates. If you could do some, you know, grassroots initiatives down there and start to find some listeners we haven't heard from him a bit. So we're going to pick him up, but you're here to review movies. And that's what we're going to do. All right, folks. The first movie that we saw this week is Kirk Lynn signature two thousand seventeen film directed by Abilene backs about a man that loses everything and kind of on the NFL man's getting all back. What did you think about this film Vernon? I love a movie like this where you get to put on your thinking cap, you gotta take off your artistic glasses and view movie for just what movie is sometimes series of images shown rapidly one after the. The other. And that's all I need sometimes and this movie really satisfies that craving. Yeah. This is everything you need. You've got you know, some excellent you've got some good acting going on. You've got good cinematography. The music's good in it. Oh, there's acting for sure there is music. Absolutely, Michael Green. Rachel Davis are in there. There are leads. They're just great. You know, when he loses his job, Rachel place, the wife, and he loses her at the beginning of the film. They break up, and it's so sad. And he is just down. He is Michael plays. Our main character maisy he plays maisy. So well and. You know when he is down. He's down when he rises up by the end of the film. It's emotional for me. I had a lot of emotion. Absolutely. I will say one thing that really impressed me about this was how detailed the costuming lists. Yeah. Something everything was spot on spot on timeless because this movie takes place in a timeless generation where grandmothers are playing with grandchildren and the teenagers hanging out with another teenager. It's just like super detailed. There's a great car chase scene in the film. There's a beautiful kiss. There's the Pat, and there's a passionate seen the wedding is a beautiful scene. That's right. This humor, of course, dashed in their sprinkled in there as almost like a light seasoning. Not too much. Not scary moments. You know, there's one jump scare in there. That was nice. It really had almost everything. This is good and really everything that you needed. There's an excellent seen the airplane seen is very fun and wonderful and really fleshed out. Here's something I really enjoyed where the little samples of movies before this movie, you know, the little trailers for upcoming movies that this show. Yeah. What about did you like them? They're just great. It's nice to have, you know, little. Thing before the movie, I think it's about time. We give this movie numerical score because we're almost to the airport. We do have some advertisements to run before. We hop on the plane, so Alex. Yeah. What do let's give this movie review? Absolutely. I give Kirkland signature two points. This movie is very well made that set there's like not much memorable about it. I don't really remember any detail specifically about the film at all. I just remember head everything. And it was good. So yeah, two points. Yeah. Take it. I'm on the same boat with you everything is real blurry, but also fulfilling so I'm going to give that to points. And just in time where we're an hour ahead of when the plane departs and. Let's play net got skirt. Let score it. What is that Alex? How many points is that four points? All right. That is four points. Brandon. Do you know any travel tips, you sure bet I do jot it down twenty of them, and we're gonna share those with you as our point keeping system this week 'cause we're traveling, and we all know you travel. Everybody travels at some point in their life. You might wanna take a pen and jockeys down to. Two points each I'm going to give you one two for my first point spring toothbrush in your jacket. You don't need to waste that space in your luggage. When you also nice to have it on you. If you need a brush during the plane or brush during the train ride or whatever your transportation's through. We don't wanna over brush. On vacation, I tend to over brush, I think it's like a stress thing. So don't Overbrook. Another tip. I'd like to share with you is. You might want to pack a towel. You don't think about it? You always assume it's going to be Italian hotel or something might you might not want like that towel, so pack your on. It has multiple purposes. And there's always a pool. Yeah. There's always just in general. There's always there's also the three S's that you're going to want to keep in mind when you have got spills clean up spills. Yes. Got sweat. You're gonna wipe the sweat when you're walking around town being busy being a tourist and sperm anytime their sperm. You're gonna wanna wipe it up or get rid of it. It's not something that hotel. All right. My travel. Tips are number one travel by yourself at least once once in your life travel by yourself. You know, it's always easy to have someone hotel for you. Find the taxi whatever it is learnt to travel by yourself. Also kidnaps and you get out you'll be all by yourself. So if you need to get home. Franks consider kidnapping training kidnapped training. Right. Number two for me is don't be afraid to use a map apps. Sometimes are scary. Lots of numbers lots of figures. I I'd cons. If you're don't know them there little daunting, but don't be afraid of that pop that thing out and learn it it'll be worth it in a big city. All right. That is four travel tips for you, all and we are getting out of our Uber. We're trying to get out of this car right now. So we're going to take you to an end. Here's the all right. Hey, thank you. Your views. Brought to you by the bay Boga. This two hundred page book is filled with photos and drawings paintings and illustrations of some of history's biggest and greatest bucks. Wow. I've never seen butts like Carl Fitzgerald's or Rudolph TAT's Anini seed legendary butts that if the Greek goddess hit or the mythical Jade emperor of Chinese lore. Also, the big book of big butts only the biggest butts are in. This addition butts like Spanish, Cold War hero Ileana just in Mounteney. Simply put these are you've never seen before. So get ready for but overload. Not only that the download the digital copy now in design your own up to impress your friends. Well, so let's talk about Wyoming. Listen, it's been what twenty episodes since we've done a Wyoming episode. We gave up hope literally everybody everywhere else's listened to us. We still have no listeners Wyoming, and we thought we'd had the idea to change that and send Luke out there. And I'm not gonna lie at the very least. I wanted him to just download the podcast with he was out there. So we had one person in Wyoming, regardless of it was legitimate. And thing is Luke's missing. We haven't been able to get a hold of him. And we're a little concerned, we have a GPS blip premise location. That's where we're headed. So we don't know what happened to him. We're worried about him when we get there. We're going to, you know, see if we can figure out what happened to them. We're going to kind of, you know, press into Wyoming a little bit push them little bit squeak. All right. That's enough that that makes no sense. All right. That's just get into it. Well, all right. Let's here's the thing. Hey, alex. Did you know we have a call in number that people? We have a hotline we have a hotline it is one three four seven six nine nine zero zero six eight boom, that's our phone number. You could give us a call and leave us a movie for us to review and check it out. We have a caller. So we're going to review movie from our call in. Here we go lay it. Hi, this is Brian Bennett. Vida some calling from Corrales New Mexico. Did you review the new movie the country wedding too? I heard that it just got nominated for the Phil good movie of the year. And it had a tremendous. Oh, I almost forgot. Hey, by the way, do you know, any crews to that rumors that the smash hit the valve, maybe having a sequel coming out pretty soon, and we just wanted to let you know, we all out your love your show. Thanks bye. Well, first off Vicki so much. Brian bend vanita for calling us up and giving us your thoughts and requesting a movie for us to review. Oddly enough, we have seen country wedding to this wasn't something. That was we had to seek out. This is something we'd already seen. So I'm happy to review it, Alex. Yeah, I'm ready to review this thing too. For those that don't know country wedding to is two thousand eighteen film, directed by Gary Capra, this thing as Brian said has a huge cast in it. Excellent people in there, including Adam hamburger, we've got Matt Damon and their William Bauer cleric crews. Angela lansbury here's the setup. This is the sequel and the first movie there's a wedding. What happens, of course, at the end of every wedding and sobriety throws for flowers to the to the bridesmaids and whoever catches it gets married next. This is going to be the running thing. And I think there's going to be sequels for awhile because this movie was wildly successful. But yeah, so the sequel is just the wedding or the person who caught the flowers from the previous movie. Yeah. This this wedding is Caroline bell. And David Linda wits, and they're such a. A cute couple, and you could see them if you saw country wedding one, you can see them, you know, they're dating each other. And they're kind of flirting the whole course of country wedding. They were planning this seed early in that film for this sequel, and I was pumped for it. I was very excited. I felt really good watching this their parts of country wedding one of my favorite part. So I'm absolutely glad to be the sequel. So how the movie is presented and told in a story fashion would be that they're small thin yet about these characters. You don't really have any commitment to them. There's not really a running plot other than it's a wedding. And everyone's gathered there, and it's kind of in real time. And you're just hanging out with these characters for a while. Yeah. It's a really refreshing. There's a great scene where you get to sit with Lois Sayer, and Patrick, Malcolm who are a very sweet couple, they play Tandy and chip and I am. So hoping that since she catches the bouquet at the end that she's going to be and they're going to be the, you know, the people in country wedding three fingers crossed. I don't know why they would not be. My favorite part was the Rick chat cameo as the band singer at the wedding. He's incredible. Yeah. Rick Chad country singer winner of many country cow awards also pretty fucking great actor. I gotta say. Who else we got Vincent inau frio, Tom Sizemore, Cynthia hall, bliss Shiro bliss hilarious in they're playing the grandma. I haven't seen her since Dante's peak to let's talk about some of our favorite scenes from this movie. How about the scene where the gentlemen fell into the lake? Yes that was Adam hamburger, not just any gentleman. And you know, physical comedy is hilarious. He's pleased. The gauge which is pretty good. I haven't seen the gates in years and to see him come back and not only reprise his his catchphrase of falling into stuff. But to have it be in such a sentimental way. We've got a nice scene where Walter Vung plays. Not only Mr. L Louise, but gets caught in his little pickle like has to also play doctor Tom in the same scene. And so, you know, he has to keep dismissing himself in changing wigs, and you know, as cornball is that bit. Is I believe in the world of country wedding that the characters would fall for him doing that. Yeah. And it doesn't matter because I I'm not invested really these characters. I'm just observing one hundred percent. And there's part of me that thinks that Brad even knows that he's Mr. L, Louise, doctor, Tom he's playing into it because he's so much fun at the country. That's what I wanna say this movie overall conveys the sense of fun and joy that a real wedding brings and somehow they captured that in the celluloid and feels good it feels good feels great. Yeah. Should we talk about the word that got? Oh, yeah. The field or it didn't exactly did not win yet. Nominate is dominated as Brian says for the feel-good movie of the year award and going to that event. I have not gone, but I've had friends that have gone to feel-good movie awards. They say it's the best. They've never cried as much good. They've never laughed refreshing an environment where you feel safe as well as a gambit of emotions. So I am that's on my bucket list, the feel-good movie awards for sure and man, if I could go the year this thing wins, which I hope is this year. That would be my dream. It's going to be so many respectful parties afterwards on sure I'm sure yes. It wa- should we review country too. I think it's about that time easy peasy two points for meaty one hundred percent backing you on this one signed up to your Kickstarter. I am donating two points. Love this movie. Great that is four points for country leading to thank you so much Brian. Oh, I forgot. We also have to talk about the valve to the occult hit the vow is in fact, getting a sequel, we're not allowed to technically talk about it. So don't listen to this. If you. Care about that sort of thing. But absolutely they are making a sequel, we saw pictures and Snapchat. So it is real. And it is going to be get this only available on Tata Tinkler. So get your Tingler downloads and your subscriptions on there. You can check out that on our Instagram. We've got a lot of access to Tingler on her Instagram at one to view if you wanna check out that. So I hope that settles your mind there Bryan that there is in fact, a sequel coming out and get excited for that thing because that first one was Chinga Ling four sheriff gave me some nightmares. We should consider doing a deep dive into that. But maybe next year differently. Already that's four point. So we're going to give you guys four travel tips. Four travel tips from two guys travel often and don't really talk about it. But I've been taking notes this whole time. Like what what am I going to do better next time? But now finally sharing with you. So here's one thing. I have highlighted drugs. Trying to find some local rather than travel with them don't necessarily travel with the drugs. They actually have ways of finding them and he had trouble. So you don't want to travel jerks. Another thing consider bringing to locks everyone brings one lock. But I'm gonna say bring one keyed and bring one combination that way, if you're in a pinch, you could lock up to things, and you can also lock them together for convenient traveling. Yep. My to travel tips. The first one is booked George trip five to six years in advance. That is a big one lots of people book their trips the year of two years before it's not enough. Do you want to save money? And you wanna make sure that trip is not going to be cancelled five to six years who tells book fast have you seen some of those new websites that actually let you book like ten years from then, but they literally penny. This would have been trying to say get a flight ten years from now, but they cost pennies. Super cheese, but you got to be I'm going to the LEGO museum next year. I'm stoked at book that trip fifteen years ago. Still going to be awesome. It's going to be bad ass. I'm less into Lagos. It's gonna be a bad ass, and it's gonna cost me fifteen bucks. Anyway, another one don't eat restaurant that has more than six languages on the menu. That is a tourist traffic between Reuss. Twos. Find three is cool fours. Alright five is. Okay. Six is dangerous. That means they're just going to sell you some crap. So if they're appealing to everyone get outta there. You wanna eat at a local restaurant. I agree. That brings us to four points. And another advertisement. We actually have a decent amount of time before playing comes. So you wanna try to grab a bite? We might just finish the bump set here. But yeah, this crevice snap. You wanna try one of these Peter O'Toole filler? Here's the at. Hey, Debbie, whatever happened to whatever happened to Flint Polaski, mom, whatever happened to Susan whatever happened to happen to pray. Whatever happened to a new service from pysche PU look up anyone find out what they're up to. I mean, why not? All right, folks. Welcome. Thank you all so much for coming back. We are now on our flight. We have booked on similar ETA our favorite airline sponsor of our show. And we're heading up to Wyoming right now. How you doing Brandon? I'm okay. I gotta tell you. Sorry. I didn't bring this up before. But I get a little nervous when I fly. That's right. All right. The next film that we saw is a film called baked ham. This is one that was showing lack mo- while brand new was in town. We went over there to the L A museum of modern art. And we watched this film. It has a three and a half to four hour film about a ham that is baking slowly baked Honey ham. What did you think of baked ham Brin, I love these aren't movies? We don't see him often enough. And this is just a great excuse to go to a museum. See some framed are. And then see some film art and shirt baked ham experimental. It's. A little like watching the fireplace net flicks channel of eight hours of alarm burning. But this isn't destructive this is baking. And then it's consumed presumably after the credits roll. I don't know. So honestly, I was watching this film, and you know, four hours. That's that is so much time. It was so much time. And so, but what that film made you do is it forced you throw these different emotions because he I was like, oh is this gonna be eaten should we eat the ham shoot you beat me? That was an animal God that was alive. This is a dead thing. I'm watching and then I even thought like production-wise is this ham. Can it be thrown away when they're done was this him consumed by the by the people making the film like I ended up having so many questions about this hand, and it's stupid. But that was I think what the kind of goal was. Absolutely. I agree with you one hundred percent. I will also say it's almost like a magic trick the way that over time. It turns from an uncooked piece of meat and into this delicious looking baked ham because it's so. Gradual that, you know, such transformation really feels like life almost itself on a smaller microcosm level, the broom that they film it in or that they probably did the room that they present the film in his very hot. It's very warm. I think it's supposed to make you feel a little bit. Like, you're in that oven with the ham, which which lead to more questions and feelings from myself. You know, am I another ham? I mean, not literally be no metaphorically my ham in the seven as well. I think that's implied. I definitely L like for a couple of hours. I think it's implied by the way, it doesn't fade up from white or two white. It's fade in from a bright red and the way that that light bills. Feeder made it fill have it, right? Yeah. Yeah. We are in the up with ham. I think perhaps global warming. Yeah. No, this film, surprisingly good the more. I'm talking about it. 'cause when I was there is disgruntled I was starving. You know, we all the beef jerky that we brought and all the trail mix, and I was still hungry because they warned you will not the museum doesn't officially warned you. But anyone that goes on seizes not warning right now, you bring food in this thing and preference Brixham ham because by the end, if you're if you eat me bring him 'cause you're gonna want I would advise being careful if you pull out some big town, though after a theater full of people watch this movie because people are going to want some of that. Well, not only that. But some people again, I think don't want meat after seeing this. I really was questioned my little meat. Rings. Can never go wrong with Makoto unless it's not right? Sorry. We're getting. I know, but there's like even a baby crying. We're not the loudest people on this planet by any means. Maybe we're being a little bit though. Okay. Anyway, I think under if you've baked ham. Yeah, let's give it a number. There's suppressing lot of videos to watch on the similar ETA. So I wanna watch a couple of these movies and some of these. Yeah. Yeah. Let's get out of here for me. All right, cool. No, you go ahead. Okay. Yeah. Cool. So I'm gonna give way to we breed. It didn't two points to solid points to sell points. It was a great film that really it's long. It's very long bring a snack. It's cool, though is cool film made me think two point. Oh, yeah. This is absolutely hard to for me. If I could just emphasize this movie need to really enjoy from start to finish. Don't just dip in come late to it or just dip out early. Really stay the full time. Two point four. All right. So from my two points. I'm gonna tell you to blend in as much as possible try to mimic the locals in any way. You can this is to avoid getting pick pocketed or get harassed by anyone try to blend. Invest you can with the coffee out of tastefully tastefully Linden. So no appropriation of any kind. But that's best. You can blend in locally without taking away do that for safety reasons. And I'll tell you what helps by newspaper. Those are great disguises pretend like you're reading them almost anywhere because people do that. Yeah. And you'll look like you care about the local area. All right. My second one is to stay in a hostel. I've never done that. My two points. Now, here's the thing about travel tips become in multiple sizes, multiple varieties, and they sure depend on where you're going. Turns out most other countries, they don't wait until dark to drink. You can just drink whenever you could drink as soon as you wake up. So when traveling take advantage of that start drinking right away. No excuses. Yeah. I agree unless you don't drink. That's cool too. Another tip. Don't buy a money Bill. Those are stupid. You look ridiculous people notice still your belt invest in a money sock and just loop down there. No one's going to go for your ankles public giving tips. Couple more. I don't wanna just give twenty. We got more Lewis gone. When you get there wherever you're going ask the local police officers about the loss because some of the laws are different wherever you go. It's going back to the drinking and you'll find all kinds of interest. Local authorities where your friend is show him a picture of your friends. Have you seen this guy to know where he is? Always be patient respectful. You might also want to consider bringing. My final final tip for everyone is always double off on any kind of travel tip anything that anyone tells you to do with the traveling Tim doubling up anything that we told you triple double and quadruple double down on these for. Don't bring just one extra socks. Don't bring to don't bring three. Doing. Cool. Hey, hey, don't mean at the end. Hey, we don't need to be mean to be critical this when you say that they're safe like we are about to and about what is it two hours now to our we got some movie, which is exciting. What else can we do in that time? We think are patriot donors. Here's the thing. Every month. We have a tree on set up where people give small nuts money to keep the show going to keep our dreams alive. Rab? 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Kirsten Helzer | Sisters spying on other sister's diary

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34:53 min | 9 months ago

Kirsten Helzer | Sisters spying on other sister's diary

"If I could just get in hit movie starring to TV. So I would be able to be famous okay. The thing I wanted to do then I would be doing the thing I wanted to do. You're listening to read it. In deep deep with me Alina answered he Selena. Welcome to read it and be I'm joined today by my sister Kirstin Okay and we were in our other sisters Samantha's room. She's not here but Sammy is. I mean if you guys thought that I was a very detailed journal writer later Sammy puts me to shame right now I am next to her stack of journals. Let's see one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty five journals. Oh my gosh. And she's eighteen. The First Journal looks like it started in two thousand nine so ten years of journaling. She runs her like two journals a year. That's crazy good anyway kissing. I thought it would be fun if we read some of Sammy's journals and some Kirsten's as well but I do have. I grabbed one of Sammy's and on this side of the Journal cures him. Can you read what that says. If you read read I might just stab you do not meet so it'll be fun here. Love it it. We've gotten some of her older stuff though so there shouldn't be any sensitive information and if it is we'll be bit with the the same picture on on a journal Right. Okay so yeah. We found some entries from the same day that both of them have written written. It's April Thirteenth Two thousand twelve. And I'm care said why don't you read yours first. And then alred Sam's okay hide eleven years old so oy ahead into Sweden right now Today I just came out of the coolest room every I just came on the plane and it's called Air France. I'm in the middle. Middle of the seat drew a picture of two seats and me the third seat in the Middle Point. That says might my seat. The thing is they're not even really seat to just like the decalogue. Like tombstones yes. I'm sitting on E. A.. wrote my I'll because that's helpful. I'm so happy in a few hours. We'll see Oma Smiley face. We about to talk off and finally at Oma at Oprah's house just right there. It took an hour eight thirty and it took forty five minutes to find the suitcase have hit is that all you wrote about the Jo. Wait I'm about to go to bed. I miss mom. Oma has much rules. I want the most. Oh I remember this night very vividly because Sami like sobbed all night because it was just me and her in your up over. Here's like eleven is that it. This is the first night I wanna go home. We'll Sammy said MOM said we would be the first people off the plane but we were the last loser loser. Hey Hey I'm copying kearse drying with C.. Let's see and then she copied the tombstone joins and Alphabetizing D E F. But she put people in the seats and then and I forgot what I was going to say. Sammy I felt that the the girl next to us is scared. It's her first plane ride. I fell like draw draw. I'd honor and then she drew a pillow pet. We're taking off. The girl is twelve. The girl's name is Katie's so far I've met and then she does a little tally. Thirteen people cool Erg so bored. Sweden save leave me. I'm going to look outside anyway. I'm running out of Penn.. But don't tell Lena what what what don't tell L. Alina Lena well you can't but I broke her bag. What really cure sti fix it in what what back and then in big things? Mommy I miss you. Do you know what back she she pro. He'd have no clue but listen to this the next day it says like oh no Sammy's calling. Should we answer answer speaker. Hey Sammy what's where. Where are you right now? We are. You actually okay cool so you're not coming home soon. Then what are you doing just hanging out okay. Ashley's Nope K.. by W it sounds a close. She almost came home and found us in her room with our twenty two journals one of which is open. Okay because the I miss my mom the cat is sleeping on my bed. It was a room. The chat is great. I spoke third cat. Rock it's a guy the chat you spell cat with this. This is the cat I came in allergic Sheikh reaction because he was sleeping in my bed so well to be fair you being tattooed and not very but I did way down all the books I got the library just the titles just in case I'd WanNa beat them again when I'm older of course oh I love it. Yeah the rest of Sammy's journal entries trees in Sweden. Aren't that interesting. She says she doesn't really mess. Mom that much and she lists all the movies. She's been able to watch coach which is quite a bit. Let me just quickly run down. It flushed away. Mary poppins curious George she put Gorman and walls but I think she means Wallace and gromit Manny mcphee Charlotte's web. Meanwhile back in the castle lemonade mouth. Happy Happy Feet. And that's it so thinks Sammy was really insightful. This journal entry. I just signed signed it like today I had a lot of fun. Sign it proof that Pun. I authorize that fun was had accused in Helzer very nice. Here's an how do you feel if I just flipped journal. Open a random page and read it. Okay well this one. You don't do this one. Oh Not 'cause that's from high school. No that's exactly what I wanted to. We do this. This journal Journal this okay this so for the audience this is a very tiny Elo Kitty Journal. It must be now more than fifteen pages. Very tiny journal Okay and so I will flip and of and okay. Let's see this is January six. It's a Sunday Tommy. Cut His hair yesterday yesterday. It is so short. I like Michael Jack. I kissed him. Well there you go good. ps I love Michael and then you sign it love Michael but just a you know your spelling telling Michael Growing your spelling at Michelle. Well what do what do you do proud of myself. My eleven year old self self would be really proud. I love that all of these US signed to this series Carson signs everyone with PS. I love and then it's someone different so we have P. HE S. I Love Justin Bieber. Psi Love Billy please I love cadmus ever Dean plea. PSI Love Hunger Games. ps I love gale Pierce I love Vanessa Pierce. I love pitch perfect piece. I Love Mrs Dunford word. `Sad all of these and not a single. I Love Lena. It's somewhere it's not. This is only for fifteen pages you you actually said in this. ps I love pans. P. P. S.. I'm in foote's but you can't go to the effort to say if he s I love Alina. Well well you too. I don't know hope that my sister cares enough about me more than she does her foote's and pins. Would you like to do the same. This and you can choose. I brought to journals here the Red Journal and the Penguin Journal okay. So what are the years on. This one is like two thousand nine. That's like my Ninth Grade Journal. Yeah I named all my journals. Two thousand one. Wow this is really well. Just the beginning gauges. That was my first journal ever had God and I wrote in it like the first day I got it and then a couple days after Okay Okay we're GONNA go with this one. ooh elite nervous Saturday December thirteenth. Two thousand eight however you turn Eighth Grade Eighth Grade Dear Penny today. Today I got a lot done. I woke up and went cleaning at Melanie Clogs House then. I went sledding with my siblings. My the parents went Christmas shopping. Hey stayed home and worked on. Do you know that probably personal practice. I Made Scripture cases for me Sammy and you did not. That's that's so thoughtful hideous then. I wrote a poem on the computer about the church. Showy Lady I I love with me Shireen just shows how productive I am and that's from someone who clearly right now could use a shower but not productive lady damage sledding. My mom called and I wanted to get this ready. We get the something ready so I did a roy hair and makeup okay. My family and I went to the dance recital. Goals Ready Dance. On one of the little goals in an earlier dance yelled Mama and waved. Then she ran around and the crowd and her crown fell off so she ran to the teacher in the middle of the dance. It was hilarious after the recital. We went to Kmart for this pizza but we ended up doing Christmas shopping for family and friends. I spent like fifty dollars now. I'm broke actually. I have a lot of money. I'm broke Roque Ha- actually by leaked it. Says side is acting as so slow and boring. I want to be famous. Not just a small town actress. I have talents and I need to show the world. Yeah Yeah did you hear that. You're not just a small town actress my mission if I could just get in hit movie always dying to TV show show. I would be able to be famous Mike. If I could just as easily be astro I could go to the moon. The only the thing that I wanted to do then I would be doing the thing I wanted to do. I bought Velcro Rowley. So tomorrow I'm going to try washing my here. Wait okay then putting them in the hallways and blow dry. Hopefully I will give me a full blown bouncy curls. I want Willer alert. They want to go to the temple. Love Alina mistletoe. Over Nian Brian. Oh you drew a picture of you in Bryant. Oh and there was mistletoe over US yes Oh goody I love the pictures we've drawn. Wait what is this. You have a picture that says there's a guy with a shirt that says asked me about my explosive explosive diarrhea. Okay so my eighth grade like Utah. Studies teacher would wear this shirt looking now. Now that I'm full grown adult and like people my age are Utah. Studies like art teachers and middle schools and stuff. I realized what it takes to be a middle school Taylor but at the time you know you don't realize that so you just think Oh. That's so funny that my teacher wears a shirt that says asked me about my explosive. The diarrhea wait. Let me read the note. Okay says Mr seed and then there's the picture with diarrhea Bob. I miss being in your class in watching stupid youtube videos talking about explosive diarrhea. That much about you and US history. But I learned a lot about myself. I'd like to thank you. You sincerely Alina. I'm glad I never gave him that. Note I kind of wish you. Could you imagine your teacher. One of your students is like you. You know you really teach me anything but like talking about explosive. Diarrhea always brought a smile on my face and taught me about myself uniform. Sometimes it's explosive diarrhea. That really lets us know who we are. It's true it's true. Do you have a teacher. You remember like that I have teachers. I remember. I cried when when it was the last day school but then I saw him at the mall and I also cried when I saw him to. Why why were you crying? Really lighten very he. Yeah I don't know right. Well I guess he did it. Should we open Sammy's journal. That says do not read if you read my mind just stab you yesterday. The a year ago January twenty four th two thousand fifteen dad went bunny hunting with Jeff so mom let us let us split over if we skied with her. The next day split over uh we had an all nighter savannah. Playing Mario Three D world in our movie room Som then skinny it was Barham dot com. Oh scheme she spelled. It's skinny though. Of course then. Skiing was bombed dot com. And we went it to village in and she has a little prompt here and it says what was your most embarrassing moment she answers. I am clumsy so I break a lot a lot of things. I actually never really thought of as being lazy. Really have you more like Massih Z.. Overbearing horrible sister knowing but Kanzi not really on nine. Let's say that's your most embarrassing moment. Most embarrassing what what do you think is the most embarrassing moments in time when she was in sixteen years old and she fell asleep in a crib and then the babysitter we wait. I know who the babysitter she was babysitting. She was babysitting Larry. The bearings came back woken. Okay why would she. She's she's not looked at. It really wasn't even in Kim Anyway. You're telling me she's putting all the kids the oldest fleet none of them belonging to crib anymore but she looks at that crippled goes she gets rid. It Falls Asleep and appearance. Come home we the way she walking. Oh she's in the shall we wake. It was a crib in any of the children's rooms. I don't think so tell me. The CRIB wasn't in their room. I know and you know how sometimes she'd Babysit but parents would take the baby and the rest of the kids to babysit. So the baby's still young enough that they'll take him with so the crib cribs in their room visits phoebe of Oh. Gosh I believe that's that is that is definitely so your most embarrassing story is not that she is clumsy. She fell asleep in a crib while babysitting so bad. Okay Okay January ninth two dozen fifteen. She's fourteen at the time. I'm officially a race face. Even and she drew a picture of embraces of Clue Voice of course of course and I got water Wad Fosse to kit floss and a toothbrush but she drove them of course necessary etcetera and that was the older visiting. We take a picture of of that entry. I want to remember that for forever. This is a fun game. Give it to me. It's my turn to read something of Sammy's and think this is all from one journal. We have snow lunch. Okay so this one she just says draw time and she's drawn this horrifying building Where one I is awake and what I just as smile and it's kind of winking and the lips are cut in half off and the people walking by the building like this just looks like a pig turned into a girl and then it says there's more joins on the next page age? So she's drawn this girl Rosie and this other girl. She's labeled Peggy and I'm glad that she did did not think to continue jarring. Yikes then there's other drawings x Z. This one this year reading live from. You're journal Yes yes and it says. Wait to school today and later. We saw Romeo and Juliet. My Friend Bailey was Juliet and she told me she didn't want to kiss him. And every time you went to so she thought none and and I thought it was so funny they have it. Have you ever felt like that when someone went to Kiss Ya I definitely have you mean kind of kind of tell you tell okay okay deal deal. I'm I'm trying. Oh yeah so. We had my house this kid. He lives in south joining which is like what ten minutes away nine. Okay I thought it was finally so. Let's say thirty so it took a long time begins here and so I was like and he literally just came because he was like. I'm going college and I want to say goodbye and I was like But we've never kissed before only when I'm one day we went to one date. Yeah but we like work together so we like site time but the date I was like I don't really WanNa be here. It was like a half an hour ice cream. Don Check so even date. Yeah exactly exactly and comes over. I didn't even want him to come inside so I'll just come at site. Give him a hug. I was like well funding college and then like turned to walk away and he was like wait like wait going because here. Yeah Yeah I mean like you don't just like to ride just to give you a hug so I was like Oh right yeah. He drove all the way here. Ten minutes literally just walked out in. I thought you could get away with a hug. Yeah so then. He like lanes in and I thought no no so then we like kissed and then I I like like pushed him up of me and I turned around and I walked inside and I didn't say anything just walk inside and he was like wait. Just it's like wait to the state. Have you never talked again. No he came back to my like a year later and we just both pretend like we didn't know each other Syrian. Yeah like that. I can text you that night or anything. I don't think so if if he did. It definitely did not respond. Oh my gosh. Did you work together again. Like when he came back to me now he was like food place so he came and got some food and I was like. It's taboo in my heart. I dropped it. I was like Awkward Oh Gosh Yeah. I had one of those Melanin in-in-in-in in moments Where I was I just left this like I just got off night train and I was walking home and this kid turns around and like I succeeded checking me out on the trade but he turns around? He's like I'm sorry but you're just like the most beautiful human being ever And I I would. I would feel reminiscent. I didn't tell you and I was flattered. Obviously Ave so it was like thank you. And he's like do you want to like go to walk right now and I was like sure so you know where I'm like walking home and so we're there's like like I just keep kind of walking towards my house Veasley am just chatting with him in there's like abandoning does not sit down here okay. So he's it down and then he's been like really flirty like touching my arm and stuff like that in my. I just met this kid off the in two seconds ago. You like worried because I was in the middle of a city and it was daylight outside. You know like chatted with the guy and then he's like what. What side is your good side for photos and I was like I don't know which is a lie ever knows what site is our size? The you know what was I going to say my left. No He. He's like let's find out when he pulls out of the picture or take picture me shows the picture. I look heck out uncomfortable very uncomfortable because at this point I am with good reason with with good reason. I'm very uncomfortable. And and he's like you don't have a good side all sides or your good side and he goes in and kisses me and then and then he goes in and it was I kid you not the like the wettest slobbery is thing ever I pull back in. I have to nine and trying to be rude but I have to use my hand to wipe up the from my Chin and of the law. It's like someone who's like winning and like Lick my chin. It was horrible and I was. I'm so uncomfortable. It was one of those words like I wish that I had been on my front porch where I could have just turned around and walked inside. I type of deal like you're able to do right but I couldn't so instead I was like sorry we don't kiss in public in America 'cause because This all sorry for context took place in Germany and so the kid is like we're in Germany now and I'm like I have to go to the grocery today Germany though just sometimes I mean just like just like as much as they do in America. Yeah they're still excuse for this little stranger to be. That's so weird. But he'd already gone my number numbered by that point and so that he was attacking me like listening out the sore like walk him. But somehow because facebook bought whatsapp he was able to find me on facebook and he started message me on facebook and I'm like But like like you think you would get the hint. You'd think no he doesn't every three months. I kid you not everything was. I'll get a new tax. Where it's like he missed you like? Do you want to celebrate Valentine's Day together. Hey do you want to celebrate Christmas together. Hey Do was a over Easter together. And I'm like why kit not getting ahead. I don't think so eventually one of those times. When I have already moved back to America I was like I don't even live in Germany anymore? And he was like where do you live and I was like Nah in Germany. Like I didn't want to give him any details and I was like so you're wasting your time. And he was like well. You could come back to Germany. And then he then he was like like. This is what I have vacation. And he sent me all his available dates that I could come and visit him of course of course of course right and I'm just like what in the so anyway. That's the long story of the moment that I had a weird yikes right aches featuring big aches a should we read. Maybe a more recent one of Sammy dishonestly thinking the same. Thank God. We're on the same page. How do we feel about this cute little one? It's it's looks like London is London doesn't look like London. It's a journal funded of London. This does not on the side. Say she will stab us if we read it so I probably could It looks like this book belongs to a Livia the But that was then crossed off the long Sault Sammy Helzer and she wrote this in a very light green font. Could you turn on the light. This is near impossible to corrine my goodness she has good luck. Good luck they're just note to anyone that's going to get into journey lead please. He's stop with the GEL pens. Lease Old Sammy. Please older Lena please. These NEOM GEL pens or impossible impossible to read. I gotTa be honest because Sammy writes in her journal every night. A lot of her journal entries are really boring really boring. 'cause there's like so much detail you know what I mean. It's like too much detail. For example this is the level of detail semi will go into this. Is January twenty seventh. Two thousand thousand seventeen Saturday stayed in late. Play geography game made Yummy. Swedish pancakes with mom is crossed out. K Today Took a shower shave. My legs dance to Taylor. Swift took 'em Rona Walk Stop by Savannah's read Chapter Twenty One it was a short chapter Talked about World War One then headed to something with Cayenne. Kathy play golf any GYP. Shen rat screw. What is this one David January twenty seventh two thousand seventeen but like though I'm not reading I'm not summarizing? That's how she wrote things like in those short little sentences. It's essentially kind of like. I'm reading planner not one that has anything exciting to read about except that for this one Alina made sweet potato fries with Kiwi sauce. That's pretty funny. Like why the level of details like I'm so glad. I know that you went upstairs to get a charger with Colin. What happened next nothing happened? That's the problem. Nothing ever happens in these stories. This is so boring in dry in it and I've in it too. I'm slightly leaned berries. Yeah as you should be all right. Let's rapids episode with one more entry from your journal. You're more exciting journal. Okay honestly like I think it's just me Sophomore Year of high school. There has to be something good any okay. Surely there's something good a good love now amount. I should've got my journal when I fell in love junior year classing so SAM. He just came home okay so semi a why didn't you you've seen a tweet uh-huh yeah okay So here's an entry from one of those. Hey exciting to half sixteen in six months. That's great. Hey that's a whole one. That's the whole winter. We I think we could see okay. Okay get okay. We literally guys. We had like five of her journals. Sprint spoon sprawled out across the floor or any of these yours. No no this one's yours. Oh yes okay. We had four of her journals sprawled out across the floor. It was a close. One was can't wait to see her reaction on when she listens to this podcast episode. It Kennedy great all right here since our wraps up with one of your great entries Mike Really Bad at right even join old. Okay okay I got you a good closing one okay. This is December six two thousand twelve six thirty five on Thursday. I actually didn't think Satan Satan Nick would come crazy right well. I got Sammy for secret. Santa again but I think I'll get the web kipnes pet of the month. I writing in cursive if to improve my handwriting. It's six thirty seven. That means it took two minutes for you to write from up here to down here. I got it right The Times things. And that's it. Thank you so much for listening. And we hope that you related to Sammy's journal Journal Entry Yup and the advice for today's don't fall asleep in a crib. Yeah definitely Eh. Don't tell people about it either. Because they will record podcast and put that century on. Yeah that's our new merch idea. Check out my shop you can buy. The thing says don't fall asleep on a creative and then the back of the shirt says and if you do don't tell people about it because they will record a podcast until the whole world about it us us I would wear that pick it up in the merge store much love peace.

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VC hype vs. Wall Street

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

33:58 min | 10 months ago

VC hype vs. Wall Street

"With paychecks they work with you the way you WanNa work learn more at paychecks dot com slash marketplace and by Oregon State University campus and innovative and nationally make me smart is supported by paychecks. Paychecks makes it simple for businesses of all sizes to pay and manage their employees they make payroll easy automatic and they handle benefits programs so you know accredited sophisticated investor or to put your money in private tech startups the stock market is for anybody these are companies that are highly regulated they have to report all of their earnings and Follow all of these. SEC rules they're considered safer by the government and so anybody can invest in them and so learn more at e campus dot state dot edu slash smart that's e campus dot Oregon State Dot Edu Slash smart look a listen and it's IPO and and well here we are with that show plan for today yeah it was it was perspicacity let me just tell you we funds from any kind of investment sovereign wealth funds and then they invested privately into high risk tech startups primarily some biotech how it intersects with Wall Street and private valuations and then because on the heels of course of the ongoing banana pants disaster that has been we work it's too good yeah this is one of those like confluence of magical events we had planned to do a show where we were gonNA talk about venture capital and I mean it's it's essentially public versus private venture capital firms raise money from private endowments from pension This is of course make me smart podcasts that we do it's it's all y'all and us and it's science no it's not it's technology economy and culture it's a lot or don't follow this stuff the difference between a venture capital money and money that a company gets when it goes public discuss yeah so essentially when you start a company risky it might fail a lot of companies fail but the time you get to the public markets enlist your shares for anybody to buy the idea is that it's agree that we are excited about today's show because sometimes the news peg rises up and just it's just Israel perfect era but the gist is that these are really really risky and the government doesn't want the average person putting money into high-risk companies like this and so you have to be a Peleton we work lift these companies that all tried to go public when they were already really huge you know what happens then how is this paradigm kind of we saw it coming and we said we're going to do it anyway so we're GonNa talk about sort of a a derivative of that which is venture capital versus the stock market while you pick one or the other changed right so in the last decade or so last fifteen years or so it has the amount of time that companies take to go public has who continue to grow which is a paradigm we've already seen change yes this is how it is designed but in practice it's diff- exactly and so sort of boost their returns by rushing into the private market so they have so much capital available to them and in addition to that there is a lot of scrutiny that comes in Oh I like how you say sort of there's in theory for a lot of these things right in theory accompany will get private money and grow to a certain point and then go public in order practice if you know then you get your money back by going public and have a large have access to a larger pool of capital when we look at Uber there's so much interest in investing in high growth tech startups that's frothy growth is interest rates have been really low for a while and so investors are looking to see artists Mitch capital she's up in San Francisco Aaron thanks for coming on thanks for having me so let's start with I guess the nuts and bolts right and for those who maybe don't listen sorry everybody I'm Kai Ryssdal and I'm molly would focused as ever well look I've been suspended for a couple of different reasons one reason is that they are able to just raise so much money in the private markets that they don't have to go public they they maybe a little bit de risked which gives us in a neat and tidy way to the subject is your Hollywood Ms Banana Pants it sure does so along with being public like you said you have to report all these things the sec there are analysts on your earnings calls every single quarter saying like how how much are you going to grow are you profitable if you're an entrepreneur or when you go when you don't and what happens and why and all of that good stuff and and to help us get smart on this we've got Aaron Griffin on the phone she's a New York Times reporter covering a little bit loose and you can throw all this venture capital that you're raising all into the service of growing as big as possible so that's kind of what we're seeing now is that you know company like Uber I don't know the real business or you know do some of these things at the SEC like really really likes you know your accounting can be just kind of that market we'll just stay private as long as we can the problem I've had is the longer say private you don't have any pressure to actually turn a profit they always tell you to hydrate so that's what I'm doing so speaking of of being sick still I was at last week for two reasons one is I was sick and the other one is I was and be worth seventy billion dollars before they go before they even go public and so that's that's fairly unprecedent I mean facebook is kind of that Softbank one of its original funders it's loan money it's invested money it's a it's a giant conglomerate from Japan is GonNa take control of this thing at evaluation of eight billion dollars how do we go from forty nine billion public privately to what is now reported as eight billion dollars all because we finally coming in I I completely let my calendar get away from me and I left Ms would all by Your lonesome and that was lame and I apologize because I did the exact same thing to you so I think we're good taken this thing and and and kill it off once and forever this company was valued privately at forty nine billion American dollars and then yesterday we learned look at companies paperwork it is it is mind boggling I mean I'm asking myself that question now I mean what about the company has fundamentally changed in the last month you know you can be sorted you can there's a lot of there's a lot of stress that comes with being a public company and so the start ups are saying hey we've got all the money we want the I mean the they also their CEO they have their spinning off different things that they've acquired over the last few years they're going to on Softbank which is the they have this hundred billion dollar vision fund which is very unprecedent private investing and they are the ones that have poured the majority of the ten billion dollars laying off a bunch of staff like this is this is a total meltdown and it's it it raises a lot of questions about private market valuations I mean a lot of people are blaming this on the only other example of a company that's an Alibaba I guess in the last decade that has gotten to that size before they go public okay let's get to we work in nuts and bolts right because I think we really need this is just kind of a small group of private investors mainly Softbank that's setting the valuation in deciding sure seems like a forty and forty nine billion dollar company and you know in those companies are going public and they're actually getting really high valuations because they are they're super attractive they have very high margins and they're able to become extremely profitable because they don't want you perhaps those things aren't real those numbers aren't real well let's let's talk about how they get how we get to those numbers because that is kind of the crux here it's it's so I wear companies for companies that sell their main businesses selling software to other businesses they it's predictable revenue usually there are models that they can use at the same kind of like prophets and gross margins that pure software companies can can earn in so I think that's been a little bit of a challenge I guess in the old days there used to be a formula right which was like you would sort of try to figure out how much a company was worth and how much would be on its balance sheet in Asia of that still happening or is it literally just a fiction you know I talked to venture capital Louis about this a lot and I think that is still happening for economy yet because we can't we haven't seen whether or not they are even capable of turning a profit so do you think the days of gang buster IPO's I mean there's been a tough year private investors thought that companies like we work our uber or Peleton could be valued at the same way as a pure software company and that's where they get these crazy valuations but public the video soft conferencing company that that are actually doing great that went public this year and I've seen their stock prices soar and investors are really excited about them some companies that are going public sooner that may be have a better business profile or maybe more profitable have more room to grow you know investors can see them doubling or tripling the thing I mean it's just a unlike in public market which is truly liquid which requires buyers and sellers to agree on stock prices and that sort of you know sets the company's valuation this in twenty years and then you would discount back you know that assumption and evaluation would-be determined accordingly by some NBA level math her is some those those investors are still making a lot of money some of the early employees are probably still going to make a Lotta money so there there is some value here I actually think that or is this just a pause as the Fed might say well you know the early investors who got in when the companies were valued at you know less than a billion dollars or more market investors are saying yeah I don't think so this is we work as a real estate company. Uber is a transportation nor GIG economy company. We don't even know how to value make software once the you know you can sell it a million times it's it's a really attractive business the problem is in the last decade with this whole idea of software eating the world and actually that when you look at Uber's returns or lifts returns or we work where indeed which I did speculate about everybody sort of collectively said in private funding that we work has raised over the last few years and so they're the ones that are setting this valuation so it's reasonable out of questions about like our private market valuations do they even mean anything the it's important to distinguish Uber and we work and lifting these companies are the ones that get all the headlines but there are a lot of much smaller companies and Zoom is doc price in the next few years it's Kinda hard to do that when you're already at seventy billion dollars imagine could uber be worth one hundred forty or you know so you know I who complain about going public public markets they're trying to sort of launch their own boutique version of public markets in the long term stock exchange but wouldn't you say and you know every single company or industry is being disrupted from real estate to education to transportation to hotels the differences there a pure software companies like I mentioned be some of them are profitable zoom so so there there is a little bit of a split in the market and so you know all of the all of the biggest tech companies this generation are trying are are trying to disrupt existing industries but those industries don't necessarily trend right and you just rattled off a couple of companies do you think the days of IPO's where everybody at the company is a gazillion air on day two of trading are are those done or Are Are not going to have a great outcome either so yeah I think you're right in a way that this is this is actually heartening to see that public market you know we're being paid partly in stock and they might have been issued stock that's now going to be deeply underwater so that's that's very unfortunate obviously the people who are gonNA lose their jobs are astor's are not as crazy as maybe some of the private market investors have been have been recently and so maybe this will lead to a healthy reset although I guess official even even Steven Nobody's mad yeah so wait whoa yes I sound a little weird but whatever I'll just have to go over that we should point out here though that the the part that is not heartening is that Adam Newman is probably still going to walk away with this you know from this thing with a billion dollars is a lot of of their savings you could argue pension funds that are you know somehow invested through these through these venture capital funds might be losing it earn I mean I think the the question is like who is actually really the victim here with we work and even thinking about this a lot and so some private market investors like dumping truckloads of cash on things spiraled out of control and then that raises the question about again venture capital versus public markets like nope nobody's money should be exposed to that it's two banana pants and there was a de facto banana pants isn't that actually a case of the markets working yes doc trademarking we and selling it back to himself or selling it to the company at his own benefit right I mean you know that takes it takes three hundred million dollars I think there there is a lot of opportunity still intact but the bigger companies are starting to realize okay maybe things got a little overinflated you know it's funny because tech companies liked chump change it's it's pretty it's pretty surprising I guess that part is still not working that part could still use a little fine tuning in this happened out but you know this is this is high risk so so yeah it does it does make sense the people who are going to get hurt in this instance will be the employees who has this company grew and so I wonder do you think that we'll start to see more pressure or changes or some sort of rules around do dylan who are you know in mostly Softbank but a few others that got in later are going to obviously to lose a lot of money they'll probably be lawsuits about it but it's hard to feel too bad are there is this visibility on some level what is we saw theranos for example and then all of the questions and recrimination that came from I mean that's that's the other part of this right the hijinks that Newman was able to get away with by keeping these private for so long and then he fires the one and his world explodes because he's doing things why were these private investors asking more questions in the case of we work where was their board where we're how what were private investors asking four and cut our burn rates and then Softbank comes along with a hundred billion dollar fund and you know as long as like endless supply of cash is available wolf from sovereign wealth funds from places like Softbank from all the big VC firms then went and raised big late-stage funds just to compete with Softbank as long as none of us is a smart as all of us come on I've been sick I mean it could be suspended why not okay I think we can unlike you could make the argument with we work in particular that they were doing okay and at the business itself does make sense and it could work but one Softbank got involved and started just easy funds would maybe struggle to raise new outsized funds because all of the pension funds are you know lowering their allocations if if that all that whole on for them they're no you know mom and pop investors who got into this company like in the Dot Com bubble which you know th there were real victims and that people lost oh things are spiraled than yes I could see a pullback but until then as long as the monies available I just think like there is an inherent lack of discipline that comes along with ranked provider of online education that delivers more than sixty programs online in fields like business computer science and Economics and they're all designed to help you get where you're going faster monies available I just don't think the discipline is going to follow I if if there is a big pullback and and this whole thing kind of could start unraveling people could get nervous mutual funds were marking down valuations of some of the biggest UNICORNS and everyone was like oh here it comes get ready for winter and we're going to be austere we're going to try to save up money and raise more yeah I know yeah that's that's the that's the space I occupy and 'cause we've seen this happen before we you know there was a big pull back in two thousand fifteen when every out along the way and then now it looks like you know his total packages well over a billion dollars that he's going to get him that almost makes the six million dollars which was egregious look uber to you know to have a calendar walked away with a lot of money I mean listen they built a company from scratch he started a he got it to a certain point like you gotta you gotTa give him some credit for that agents from these investors as these companies grow honestly I I don't WanNa be cynical I want to say I want to see come on over come over to my side of this podcast so there you go let us know what you think about all of this stuff I mean send your banana pants thoughts on we were of course but but also you know venture capital versus the stock market you know would you get in if I thought that's a lot of fs Aaron Griffith reports on technology startups and venture capital for the New York Times Aaron thanks so much for coming career I don't know where that comes from a- and extend him roughly five hundred million dollars in credit to help him repay a loan seven hundred million dollars who is now in a position the position of saying we may have enough cash to make it until Thanksgiving but probably not Christmas there's like massive Edano and you wonder why we talk about this a lot on the show about why people get so mad because it feels like this whole thing is start with mail chimp that's what learn more about the all in one marketing platform at mail chimp dot com we cannot let go of the fact that as part of the Softbank Buyout deal they will likely by nearly a billion dollars of stock from Adam Newman direct alone that they gave him and will also pay him a one hundred and eighty five million dollar consulting fee this is a company Melgen makes it easy giving you everything you need to create publish manage and measure multichannel campaigns website builder scheduled social posts and marketing crm tools Siemian including VPN and dark web monitoring if you like it use code smart at checkout to save ten percent on your premiums subscription and by mail chimp so you're ready to make that side-hustle your main hustle now what start with the all in one marketing platform for male chip that's what it has everything you need all in one place to give your knee they can even generate super strong passwords store them safely for you check out dash line dot com slash smart dash leaned free on your first device and a free thirty day trial to dash lane the items she says and this is a quote I know I know I know you know she said that people because she has three items three two of them are one of them is the same help you give your brand and online presence keep your followers engaged and give you more time to focus on the business itself so if you're ready to be your own boss but are still asking yourself now what business the strongest start with the right marketing with tools like the number one email marketing solution you can jump Start Your Business and your brand building your audience as you get your hustle off the ground just a big shell game and frankly that is a complain about venture capital to that it's just moving money around to the same people well and Yep sorry yeah no go ahead there was an extra couple of beats there we're back we're back we're back we're back time for us and I will just read from the rundown under the thing that says molly would where she inserts lane is a password management APP that keeps all your information safe secure and easy to use dashboard remembers all your passwords logging info payment details anymore so you don't have to I thought then all all at an addendum we and that it's sort of like the people who are dumb enough to go work there and I mean that I my dumb enough is in quotes right like your the ones yeah venture capitalists who really got in hard on Uber and then also sort of orchestrated this coup that got calendar out you still ask what you've done anything differently because he probably walked away y emojis can't be a Hashtag I tried to make a Hashtag out of banana pants the banana and the pants emoji and it won't it's not doesn't learn something new the sue you talked about a talked to him also about Uber and I said listen like Bill Gurley the you know the benchmark investor who that make me smart is supported by Dash Lane Dash I do remember just two links about the same thing okay good it's just all it is a more specific update on we work because I really I really the deal with billion bucks Oh man Yep Yep if crazy also I think that we all need to band together and ask twitter if nobody's taking care of yeah yeah and and you know all these employees who as earn said we're going to be millionaires month ago and now organiser jobs so uncovered smart brought to life right there send us voice mental about your Emoji preferences about this about whatever you like marketplace dot org we will be a rat stuff and I just share is I came to me it's really it's all part and parcel of the same feeling that everybody has which is sort of like how come all of them are winning people fed up with high tech and venture capital and people getting rich and not looking for the little guy there's a politics parallel to that actually to about people getting fed up with government and not looking out for the little guy and all of them where we our governments can't even take care of our social services and so now facebook is saying that it's going to give a billion dollars in a package Oh and then meanwhile my my second thing is actually slightly related but maybe different as our our listeners which is that we are also at a point ans- loans and land toward easing California's housing crunch and building twenty thousand new housing units for middle and lower income household Google has done the same also pledged to be dollars Microsoft split five hundred million dollars I even want to be cynical about this except that the money is not necessarily the problem when it comes to California's housing crisis it's actually the part where we won't be and we're still not still not oh that's two weeks in a dark place we're going to have to go and sort of grovel to these companies that caused these housing crises in in some way and ask them for money to fix it I don't know because they have He's twenty one he's a senior in college and you know our primary means of communication these days is texting right because he's in Washington DC and I'm hearing you know we talk every weekend but the do you good I'm exhausted your turn all right here's mine mine is mine is a good deal lighter and it goes like this I was in a conversation with my son about six months ago he's in the week text and at some point it comes up in conversation about my texting style and he says he says dead you put like punctuation on the end of your time that's six months ago yesterday on Marketplace Megan mcardle Corinna who has been on this podcast our our workplace culture reporter did a story on generous the money the money that's right that's right so don't get me started on taxes and what people want the government okay so that's it was a guy who had just finished a big project any senate up the chain and and here's what happened they use periods a lot which next it just sounds so harsh and I said in the most loving and kind parental way possible shut up that's ridiculous over it that's just how I write ever to say you also do this other thing that that that is classic like a classic delineation of texting age which is the one K. Old Francisco for sure yeah I mean it's just a regulation thing like we literally won't build these houses but yes like now we're to the point where I also and you'll see why this is relevant I also use a lot of lip sees guy in my text and my writing for the radio so that's Israel miscommunication in the workplace that are older workers and younger workers in the same workplace with new means of communication and lead to all kinds of problems and the lead anecdotes messages or texts with an ellipse dot dot dot which for a millennial is just like the high of passive aggression so let me just right here say bye and you responded okay I know because you also did K. period which I can only assume means you're sitting in a blind rage at me closet and everybody has garments in their closet that they can't let go up for one reason or another but they also can't wear and could bring those to a local tailored get UPCYCLE get them altered just updated a little bit maybe mended and get those ones back into the rotation in your wardrobe instead of going out to tweaking I m excited marketplace Dot Org in the meantime let's hear what you had to say before high Cayenne Molly this is Brian Oh yeah just the one day and I literally I had to have this conversation actually with a good friend of mine who said why do people use K. K. and I'm like because K. means I hate you to know where to start there's also this instinct that we need to clean out the closet get rid of everything and start fresh with a more sustainable wardrobe but when you think about that forgetting is on yesterday and he was like told you amazing they're using I've learned my lesson let's I know that we're going to get feedback about this Tony by brand new again and then after you clean up your closet instead of cleaning out your closet then you can move forward by adopting more sustainable right now say it and get it out of the way hey you kids get off my lawn that's it that's where I am you know okay so last week was all about sustainable fashion I was I

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Episode 553  Best Of  Influencer Marketing with Chris Brogan

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Episode 553 Best Of Influencer Marketing with Chris Brogan

"Everyone agrees Bacon. Make everything better even marketing. This is the vacant podcasts. You'll learn to cure your marketing. Victor Internet Marketing Online Marketing. Social Media. Tips intact now to help you bring more Bacon Hall Master Marketing Sizzle Ryan Basilica. This is the Bacon podcast. Welcome everybody I'm your host. Brian BASILICA IN. This is the podcast. Where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey peeps I'm alter excited. I've got an incredible guest today. His name is Chris. Brogan if you've never heard of him he is one of the top three influencers in the world on online marketing content creation. A whole bunch of other stuff He is a great guy actually read. His book was very first book. I ever read on social media. Call Social Media. One on one and I got hooked and he's the CEO of owner Media Group. He's authored nine books including New York Times Bestseller Trust agents. He's worked with Disney Code Google. We had more time. We talk about your parents. Dr Phil These got a podcast. The owners mind. Check it out. I love it. It's great and he's just an incredible guy so hey thanks for joining us today. My utter pleasure. Thanks for having me on Brian. Oh It's a beautiful thing so I was like my people to kind of get to know your origin story. So talk about what you did before you became this online marketing guru. And the only reason I'm calling you gurus because you've got the beard for it. Well thank you know I. I had a very strange background. I started in Telecom I was in landline telecom for while at mostly the customer service side of the House then I worked in wireless com where I went from being an account manager to going over to the product support teams do implementation. We started building data center stuff that sort of thing and then from there project management and then after that I kind of went off in the sort of a lab sort of a role and then I jumped the fence into doing weird stuff. It's because they had a guy. Jeff pulver show up at my first. Ever event that Iran with Christopher Penn called podcast about podcasting and that was an oh six and he hired me on the spot to come and run one of his conferences with video on the net and started Internet startup called network to which was supposed to be the TV guide for independent Internet content. And I never really looked back. So I've been a business advisor to very big and very small companies ever since Us All the various digital tools. I can help people build. Better interactions with their customers. And that's what I do and you're an excellent teacher man. I've seen you In various different online stuff. Unfortunately we haven't met face to face yet but I know we will someday. So let's jump right in the first question for you in in in full disclosure the audience. That was actually on a Webinar with cruise last night watching his stuff and one of the things you talked about was finding the problem that you solve and you talked about The tweet version in the long version. I think one of the biggest problems that a lot of small business owners have is trying to figure out what problem they solve. You know it's like they want to sell what they know but they. They really miss that. So how do you help people figure that out well first off? It's almost always a lot simpler than people think it is. It's always you know people try to use big words. One reason is that they're worried that someone else is going to think that they're not smart enough or good enough or whatever but really the problem. You're solving is usually a lot simpler than what people are going after really i. If you look at the business I run today Winter Media Group. I just feel a knowledge gap. That's all I do if you don't know how to do. X. I teach you how to do a very humanized way. That's it. It's nothing fancy but then someone will say well you know. Everyone says their businesses super complex. I've talked to scientists. I've talked to billionaires. Everyone can say it in really simple way. I was worried I was running conference ones back though six and I was talking to this guy who is a huge brand guy at proctor and gamble and huge business. This guy had his books were hundreds of hundreds of millions worth of a profit and loss. And I said we're really kinda worried that you might sort of pitch from the stage. He says what am I gonNa Pitch? I sell soap and I thought this is a guy hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars and he just says it like that. I sell soap and to me like the most successful people I've met are the ones who are technically kind of the most straightforward simple at humble my old. Cto At my wireless job. I was listening to all these people. Give their introductions are on the table at this massive meeting of several different technology companies when it came to him he said Bill Tech and everyone in the room knew that bill must be really important because he gave his first name and said tech which went anything technical in this room was probably his thing and I guess that when you look at how are you gonNa Solve Your Business. Problem really get small and really get specific and really get granular. So you might be some kind of consultant. Maybe a maybe your consultant that works as a sort of a fill in project manager at big. It software update type companies. Or something like that. You could just say you know I keep the project such that the and the CFO are happy but that the people doing the project don't pull their hair out. You Know I. It could be really straightforward. Or I'm the person like for instance when I was a project manager. Brian back in a wireless telecom company. I always said this. I'm the one you hand the train. That's about to smash into the burning wall. You give me that project if you give me the it's going to go on time and be great project. I'm going to fail because I lose myself in the boredom of it all working perfectly now. Sounds like some kind of weird bragging. It's actually like wow Chris Brogan was a really crappy project manager unless something was burning and I was like great under pressure. That's all ahead. Well it's all about being memorable you know it's like I get people asking me all the time. What's with the Bacon? Especially when I'm interviewing a lot of different people who haven't been in the atmosphere with me and tell him it's really simple. It's building authentic connections online networking. They go oh you know even though it's a great brand and and it does a lot of different step but it's really super simple. That's what it's about so let's let's Kinda take a left turn a little bit and we'll make a right turn and sooner or later. We'll get to whatever destination we get to this is great man content marketing versus selling. You said that and I just went. Yes. That is something that I think. A lot of people have a real hard time with because they think that you know social media online marketing is just a replacement for newspapers and print ads and stuff like that and and give me your take on all of that. Well so in your intro you mentioned as being a social media kind of guy and I always say back to people. I'm not I just use those tools and it's funny because the author of one of my books was called Social Media One. It's sort of funny to refute that all the time but what what I've been saying is that it'd be like calling me the best you know telephone marketer in the world or the best facts marketer in the world what. I really work to do. Is I help. Customers find a way to drive businesses. Drive better human interaction with customers. It's pretty simple so when I look at the tools you know it's so much more about how do I try to figure out what a customer's going to need? And what are we going to do to solve for that? And when I say that there's such a vast difference between making all those various media and sales I just see people just repeatedly saying like I don't have a one hundred and eighty tweets today and the phones are ringing. I'm not I'm not closing any deals right now. The links are less. Click than ever. And I see because you're just dumping tweets on somebody. It's just not that interesting and what was fun and you were there for the call so I mean the webinars. You saw how it went. It went like this. I was like you've got to like get on the phone like you've really gotta do like Real Fashion. Glengarry Glen Ross banged the phone until someone buys kind of things sometimes sometimes. That's what's going to make it work and everyone got all twitchy and they're like who who wants to answer a cold call and I said that's with the media is for exactly so you're not cold so that's the mix that's the marriage rate there so so much so that when people see your bacon all over the Internet. They're like I wanNA take Brian's phone call because I'm sure he's get set the cool to tell me. Yeah and I love that I mean it's you know the the subtitle of my first book was relationship marketing and a social media world. And that's what it's about is just you know you know be real. Have a connection with people in get on the phone with them. I mean even Warren Whitlock. He talks about you know. How did you build up? Four hundred thousand followers. He says I answer them. He says I talk with them. It's like it's just that simple at but it it it it over complicates into people's brains somehow and you're talking about content you know and and that's another place where. I think that people get overwhelmed because there's so many channels I mean. Just look the top Social Media Facebook. Lincoln twitter pinterest Google plus Instagram snapchat. Whatever else is coming out today? And then you know. All the other things blogs podcasts videos all these other things you you had a pretty simple formula talking about doing five things social newsletter blog pictures and videos and the one thing I love about it is is you say take that content and just kind of formatted across the boards that you're hitting a lot of people in different ways. Can you talk about that? A little bit sure. And I've covered a different ways in some of my other webinars and courses and it was really funny when People Jane. Who's been with me for a bunch she said? This felt like a weird best of for you. I said blown kind of was what I did was. I just felt like people still weren't listening. So he changed the flavor just a little bit and they went. Oh I'm totally listening now. I had a busy and everyone said oh I'll buy that and So the the way I look at content. There's there's this whole new mindset to me of what I've been calling taps. Content marketing tapestries. Are those small little delicious plates. You get a Spanish restaurants They always have just like a tiny little collection of things on them but tapping does it mean really tiny plate of tiny amount of food because I could give you a quarter of a Baloney Sandwich and it's still a Baloney Sandwich. Tap is about creating the perfect bite so to me when I explain how you should be looking at making content. There are two formats always from now on. They're small and large My Amazon Alexa. Which is across the room. And I hope she didn't hear me If I ask her to read my Flesh Dope. She heard me ask her trigger. There's everybody listening to your show When I asked her by the way ask her. Who is Chris Brogan? It's funny when I ask her. Read my flash briefing. I'd get a bunch of little tiny audio clips from all these various people who are smart enough to have a flash briefing on there and that doesn't include me. I haven't I haven't gotten lazy enough to do it and I heard that is what is a flash briefing. I've never heard that before so and I don't have a servant so if for thirty nine bucks go get one kiss I will tell you that. It's almost utterly guaranteed the voice computing. Like that is hundred percent and a half and I was their number one selling products at Christmas time Amazon. This number one in the whole state you understand what they sell millions of different skews and that was the number one selling thing Google went right afterwards with home. Apple has their three hundred and fifty dollar silly thing and there's many more coming Cortana is being baked into a bunch of things that's Microsoft's play So voice computing like Star Trek next generation is next and so a flash briefing is like a super small one minute or less podcast basically and you just. It's the same kind of thing on the back end. You're sort of just dumping a file a bunch of times in a place and it's linked to Amazon's echo and so it knows what to do with that and so when you say to her she who shall not be named read my flash briefings your stuff gets pumped in a minute or less kind of size onto someone's ear now. Why would you make that? Because dozens and dozens of millions of these devices are getting propagated. My parents now have two in the house. Who knows how many more they'll eventually have? That's one place so against small and large flesh. Beefing less than a minute your podcast. Whatever linked to your podcast is That's the audio side video. I said you should think of four different time formats. Five seconds thirty seconds to minutes and ten minutes because those seemed to be kind of weird mental break spots right now in video world and so even with blogging social things like tweets. And all that. That's great tweet. Two hundred eighty characters now and it's so weird to say more you know. Write a blog post or send out a newsletter and the only other thing. That's Kinda changed as much as people keep trying to tell me websites or dead. They're not but they've been they've been changed a little bit to be more pointers to other places and I think that that's the change that we throw into this mix. Yeah and you talked about a couple of things. I mean number one making sure that you own your platform don't rely on social media and things like that and you brought up a really great point with Alexa side of things. I wanted to kind of run this by you. One of the things have been talking about from a futuristic standpoint. We'll talk about that together. A little bit more. Is I believe that content marketing from a tax standpoint. Because when you when you speak things in a lot of times it brings up okay. Here's what I found and it'll recite back the tax so I think that blogging text based stuff is still an incredibly important. It's not just all video audio and all that stuff would you agree. Yeah and I've said it for years and years and years. I've said that you know. Google isn't really good at watching TV. You know. It doesn't know when your youtube video it doesn't know all the things that you want to add to it and it doesn't listen to podcasts. That often so you don't have a really good show notes and all that sort of thing. Lots of people. I'm I'm too lazy for this. And or a little too cheap for this. But a lot of people are downloading full transcripts of every one of their shows to every show notes to their pages for their podcasts Which is great you know makes it Ultra searchable. And you know someone might say. What was that time? Chris talked about Artificial intelligence as applied to firefighters. And they won't know unless they dig through my episodes and find that one so there's a reason for it But I you know I think that I think that's the thing is that especially with the data coming with artificial intelligence which is essentially every time. I say that it's basically anytime you can take a lot of information and have a computer run a bunch of thoughts against it and decide some recommendations or actions. It's going to take. That's all that is well that all companies the guy was talking to is the chief scientist at Honeywell. He said that you can't have a if you don't have data and so all companies are going to have to start producing more data in a lot of different ways and so is one thing is a content producer. I've been thinking is what can I do to make my data look better? What can I do to make? It better formatted so it goes further. You know there's all kinds of ways to kind of format your data so that Google wants to use it so that machines can surjit better and all that and and you know. I try to write my post that humans going to really connect with it but I'm sort of secretly making it to machines can hear about it too. Yeah and one of the points you brought up last night as you have to talk to a five year old and and that's That's tough it's tough to kind of dump things down to the point where you're talking to your audience at at that level Every time I go through and do a blog post in run through a word Checker The Fletcher Munson curves. Shows it at nine to ten. Have a hard time doing. Really tough so Next question I've got for us this Since we're on future topics what are some of the tools that you like right now. What are some of the new things that you've discovered? What are some of the old things you know? It's a could be evernote. Google Docs whatever. But what are some of the mix of things that you use? Well so I'm starting to look for you. Know on behalf of companies. I'm starting to look for. How are we going to glue some of this stuff together? Like how are we going to figure out Connecting things together. How are we GONNA you know? For instance they just this platform Censor just a center and when I say this this is just some scientist kid like a student and he made one of these things and wrote a big paper around it. It's it's called a synthetic sensor and what's crazy about the sensor is all the different things that can can do and it's it's too tiny like a small little rectangle fits in your hand. And he can he can put it over and you can hear the faucet running in the sink it can gas. How much water dish went into your sink based on that? It has Accelerometers it's got microphones. It's got temperature and humidity settings also barometric settings magnetometer. I don't even know what that means. it's got a little microphone so it can do all kinds of things based on what you wanted to do. I guess sounds it can say I hear the blender running or there's coffee grinding or something it's kind of nuts because the machine learning part so the so the sensors are one thing that this and by the way this thing costs like nothing to make and this is where you get kind of nuts about a bryant and I'll get back to like what Bacon People WanNa here in a second cool it all this crazy Texas and if you can buy cheaper and cheaper and cheaper and cheaper what then happens is that produces a bunch of data that may or may not be useful. Now I don't if my blender is on. I'm pretty sure I'm going to hear. My blender is on but it also can do things like guests that the stove is on. How many times have we left for vacation? Is My stove or any well. You don't need super fancy expensive stuff anymore. So you asked me what I've been looking at tech and what tools I'm really interested in. I'm interested in what I've been calling the glue tools. How do you put the stuff together? So stuff like Zappia stuff like you know. Zap here is like if this then that you might have heard of that tool It's just a tiny bit more St Smarter or there's more options of ways you can kind of glue stuff together right and when I say that what I'm looking for is it's no longer good enough for something to do. Just one thing like it's really interesting because you need to have this opportunity for information and everything to go further In my second big book the One I wrote Julian Smith of the impact equation. He said this thing that has taken me years to really catch on. He said would you rather be a hallway or a room and I was like well a room. I WANNA be a destination. Who the hell is a hallway always stupid? He's I know you're wrong. He goes the hallways where it's at because hallways connect things hallways make it so that you know there's some facility. There's some ease of user some value. And if your room doesn't even have a door in besides the when you got into the rooms in the room only has one and function but a hallway means people are going to go through two different things and I think that's where we have to start looking and I've got to say it's it's really nutty all that talk from a guy who likes to make videos of himself and who likes to read about. What kind of coffee I like? I think it's nuts that what I'm trying to figure out is how you and I are going to use this without thinking about it. That's the thing you know you see so many people wearing fit. Nobody were those before. And now everyone kind of knows if you want tracks your sleep and everything like that you could if you know how you slept every single night of the week. And that's what I think is interesting. What can we do with this guy? Jason Kaplan from milestone sports was on my podcast and he was talking about yes. Sure we track steps and all that kind of crap but because we're tracking steps we can tell the retailer who sold that person. They're running shoes that they just hit three hundred miles and you should email them a coupon to go get some new shoes creek a wearable. It's like a wearable cookie. Well creepy for one but as a runner once you hit those three hundred miles you want the new shoes and you're not ever thinking much about any like Anna Discount. I'll take it is creepy on the on side or it's like this is exactly what I want to buy. Think about when you most want to buy something versus when you're in Noida by marketers and advertisers. What if software and technology and content and everything could be exactly when you needed not just when someone wanted to push it out right and there's all kinds of technologies. I mean you you mentioned you hit me like a nail baby is my I watch. I track my sleep on it. I TRACK MY STAND. Sits breathing all of that stuff I set my alarm on it. I talk into it comes so much of my world and I can't live without the thing and you know I think we creeps. People out is The way that the Internet has taken to Pixels you know and and re targeting and things like that it's like my wife gets creeped out every time she goes to Amazon and she's in facebook in the same thing shows up and she's like they're watching me they don't get it you know so. I think there's some learning from the consumer side that has to happen in this as well as like. This is good for you. This is not just people stocking you. 'cause that's it's kind of a weird place to be at this point you know that's the way I look at it. What do you think you know I? It's both right and I mean it's this weird situation where and this is exactly my point when when I said there's this really cool thing that you know when you hit the right mile. Get a coupon for your sneaker. It's creepy if you don't want it. It's so cool as you do WANNA One of the chapters in the book. I'm working on right now. At least currently the chapter is called Or is it called? We all want a Jarvis and the point. Is that if you remember the original iron man and you re remember As he developed artificial intelligence of Jarvis he can do all kinds of stuff. You know. Hey went wins next appointment you know. Should I bring anything to it? That kind of a thing. We want really smart assistance in our life. We just haven't been exposed to enough use cases that match what we want when your wife gets retargeted. She's like I don't want that like I was looking at that one thing on Amazon. I don't WanNa see eighty five more times. They just got it. That's just as being primitive right. That's that's a blinking dots around the website text in the old days. That's really ugly. Website design that had like papyrus font and auto meeting playing when we showed up on it. And I think that that's where we are with this technology But where it goes. I mean Brian I if you and I are driving through. Let's say we're driving through town together or something like that and you're thinking you know. Where's this nice wine place and I'm thinking where's the Bourbon you know? We're going to want to different things and if the little car speakers your car speaker than it's going to say to you in there's wine at this turn is going to be like. Brogan crappy dive bars over there. You know and I think that I think that's GonNa be fun and I think that where we go with all of this technology and somebody's listening to this going. What the Hell Brian Interview this guy? But it's not super future. That's the thing it's now. It's just really clunky. William Gibson said the future's already here it's just not evenly distributed. That's this right. And I you know a small business owners or mid size business owners. I mean this is the kind of stuff that you've got to deal with and you've got to educate yourself about what's happening now what's happening in the future. Had to deal with millennials. Man We could go on for hours talking about this stuff. But I know you've got limited time so I wanted to give you an opportunity to kind of talk about what you have as far as The things that you offer an owner media and education opportunities or anything that you want to tell my audience. Oh sure so. If you go to owner dot media you'll see who I am you'll get a chance to get a little bit more bubby. I mean the only thing I'd really recommend is just start by grabbing my newsletter. You get my newsletter. You'll start to see how I talk. You'll see away. I'm how interact and you know I'll I'll send you directions to things I want you to buy but I'm also GonNa give you good business advice. It's my idea has always been and is probably wrong. Who knows is giveaway? 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4.XX Season 4 Recap and Trivia

Still Queer as Folk

40:30 min | 2 months ago

4.XX Season 4 Recap and Trivia

"Can I join? It's only requires slightly unbalanced still. We're as focused Patrick. Randall and I'm at Dominguez today. We are recapping and once again playing queer as folk trivia broke the season down into ten main beats roughly in chronological order. That we'll talk about way back. At the beginning of season four we have hunters custody status as you recall Matt. This season kicked off. Hunter and Michael had hit the road at the end of season. Three and in Brian's corvette and we're staying in a seedy motel run out of cash. Fast your credit card if I use it they can track us. Spent Dad. What's up yes. And trying to keep their credit card usage down to a minimum. And it's like making very brash decisions to show how they are actually better capable of taking care of hunter than his mother. And how are we going to do that by taking him away? This was the last time that hunters suck Dick Route. Yes yeah he yes. He blew the trucker for money. They needed junk food so I. I don't think that hunter had any male on male contact after that could be wrong. This story was was kind of okay. Melanie's involvement did it a disservice. But we got to see some good hunters screen. Time and Hunter's mother reappeared and had her moment then she was never seen again but I think at a high level. This story was one of my more enjoyable ones for the season. They dislike seen this drama. That young hunter is going through as he tries to find his own way in the world away from Rita Montgomery. Yes now when Hunter? I entered the story. Were you not actually a fan of him? I was not. You're not but I'm hoping I feel like I feel like through season four though I feel like maybe you've changed your mind about. I warmed up to the young man. Initially I thought that hunter was like the Oliver being introduced to the Brady Bunch. Where all the brady kids had aged out of being wild and reckless and so they wanted to re introduce youth to the show and bring a younger character and sat I I. I didn't like the whole hunter. You like young. Dick how do you? How do you want me to be can't be more than sixteen like could suck it for a bell for teague fucking without a condom just seems weird at first but I have a catchphrase? I like the. I like the well-adjusted Hunter another recurring theme. That came up through this entire season. Was Melanie Bean. Pregnant her on again off again pregnancy. Which I thought was pretty disruptive into this melanie pregnant yeah. That's an W- again. Whenever it felt convenient her pregnancy was going to be a hindrance. Or look at all she can do some episodes. She was very pregnant and others. They didn't even bother to mention it or even bothered a stuff. The baby bump up her costume. No hot nudity. I I feel like the storyline should have had more attention paid to it. This was a big deal. Minimally the pregnancy should have like been time. Compressed so that it wasn't this season long on again off again thing I feel lake from a storytelling standpoint. Everything that they covered with her pregnancy could have been compressed into a shorter episodic period of time and then we wouldn't have had all these problems with the story with her weaving. Alex you remember at the beginning like Michael wouldn't even let her pick up the groceries. I agree because it doesn't really at a whole lot of drama to the story except for at the very end when they've decided to end the relationship like there's no there's nothing else to really adds the storyline other than like well. We had lindsay pregnant at the beginning of the series. So let's get melanie pregnant. But then they didn't really do a whole lot with it. It makes me think that it was like genius writing that Actually Russell t davies in. The original spoke to not show the pregnancy. They'd just showed the birth right. I think that's all we could have used like. Yeah she just shows up one day. And there's there's top centers the baby now. Now Insert the drama with the baby had been born cool great right or she has to go away for work for a while and they're going to have the baby in Hawaii or something like that. They had a budget for season for another good Story this season was hadn't blake. Look I know it's upsetting person? You most wanted to hear you refused to listen. But you can't be responsible for his reaction despair the a bullshit which offered in your truth and truth. That's all that matters. That's all it matters. How come you've never offered me your? I'm going to see you later. Remember Blake. I always remember blake favorite. I really enjoyed seeing those to work through recovery together. They both kind of had their own recovery. Blake was a little further along than Ted was a lot further along. But those two actors were really good Dean Armstrong could really make those scripts work. I thought throughout the series Ted struggle with recovery seem to Kinda AB flow. Some moments was one step away from grabbing crystal pipe and and others. He's running Brian's business but in hindsight and looking at this season overall I think the writers got it right because sometimes people are in recovery. Are there just fine and then out of nowhere they struggle with a relapse so I think it was good treatment of Ted's addiction and Blake. Is I think. One of the only reoccurring characters of like the large group of recruiters getting this series because the only one that has had something substantial behind him everyone else gets written off relatively easy or there is wrapped up but here if felt complicated if felt know how should we feel about. Blake and Ted and is Blake making the right decision by stepping away from Ted but also he made the decision to sleep with Ted. And how does that complicate like that is where it was interesting? And I just wish the series would take all of the writing that Syria. Yeah it really had a good foundation and Blake going back to season one episode. Three or four. Ted's not dead right like the the fact that they managed to take a character like Blake who could have just been like that one off. Yeah throwaway character. Weak Dow tween into something for us to hold onto throughout the series is really dean. Armstrong's acting that's all that story. This guy's really good. We gotta find more stories for him. We gotTA WE GOTTA KEEP. He comes back and sees and five by a terrible story. Kind of kind of a terrible story was justin in the pink posse. I think we should wear little whistles around our necks that way. If someone attacks us all we have to do is blow like that. Would you like to say something? What do you think will come running them? They can't even defend themselves. The cops if a bunch of Homo Haters WanNa beat the shit out of you. You're not going to stop them by blowing a little whistle than what are you suggest? We protect ourselves patrol the streets. You mean a vigilante group yet the pig posse thinking about it. Now I don't know is that I hate it nearly as much as I did at the time. Compared to some of the other stories this one was at least a kind of amusing. We comment a lot about Justin. Turning to the dark side here and his dalliance with the dark side was like quickly forgotten. It's says if that hoping posse thing like never happened. And that's a shame because that was a lot of emotional baggage that was dumped on top of Justin to carry around but in carry it. No and I remember being When they were first trying to create some sort of Attraction for for Justin in cody. I guess this is Kinda hot. But then when they were using the gun to be aroused by it and they gave each other hand jobs. I'm I'm no longer aroused by this weird place. Yeah I did like cody though. I thought courteous. Pretty hot. Like a guess agreed. Let's not forget. That uncle died of the season uncle vic. What about you have a shit fit when he showed up with all those plots pans? Well hope so. That son of a bitch working say VIC IS GONE. He passed away. What the hell are you talking about? We took the stuff overtone. He was there in front of the TV. Sorry I called Rodney and bear medics game but hum kind of came away. You know what's amazing to me that we are only halfway through our bullet points and a lot of shit happens. There's a lot of beets in the season for fourteen episodes which is something that we've commented on quite a bit is the writing staff shoves a lot of stuff our way versus going deep on a smaller number of issues. So it's like. Do you want quantity or do you want quality quality? Yeah season four was very high on quantity not so much on quality. I thought it was a totally dumb. Move on the part of CONAN lemon to kill off vic vic is right now the show instead of following his life with Rodney in their own house they replaced it with Hetero stories like hunter coming out as straight or Lindsey briefly bean strayed Debbie. And Carl Straight Romance. I should have really stuck more closely to the title of Queer as folk and Latte Rodney and vic play out their life together and have a meaningful story about the homosexual experience of older gay men because that is something we just simply don't have a lot of right now because we lost so many in that in the AIDS epidemic. We lost so many of those stories that it is. It's it's it was rare that we could have seen something like that so then to see to older gay men to older positive gay man yeah living their life together. Yeah just living their lives together. That would have been a huge step but they kill them off at that at all and all we get a Rodney. After that is a simple kiss on the cheek at the end of the season. He almost looked like he was crying. But Not Quite. I think he had moved on speaking of straight stories W and Harvey had a nice Ark. Your Debbie spends most of the season trying to get back into her best pants. Can't believe you've got these tickets in the sky box. I'd you having a good time. You're not having a great time. Catherine does mine that I went to the game with a friend. It was cute but again shows called. Queer as folk. We don't necessarily need to see middle aged straight episodic TV right. This is why a lot of times I am a bigger fan of looking than I am of squares folk. Yeah I'll say it. A Yes yes. Queers folk had some more risque or more flashy moments of clearness but it becomes four more domesticated and in its later seasons where I think looking was like. Hey this is unabashedly. Going to be a gay show. Yes there are a couple of straight characters straight ISH characters. But don't worry we're going to get our gayness on in this show and they do I mean we got to see everything from remain thank you. We got everything from remain. To complicate relationships too much more intricate portrayals of what gay sex is like and I that's why I really love lucky and I will defend it to its end and I thought it was boring quote unquote compared to careers folk. But I think looking was much more truthful any show where Russell Tovia comes into and takes his clothes off and also a gay man playing a Gay Act Planet. A Blake playing a gay character like we had that with Russell. Toby with Jonathan. Groff managed to fill that that show with gay actor and it was great. Russell Toby does a great podcast called art talk. He's quite the art collector. And they talk to you a lot of big name artists as well as People at like the Michael Stipe level of Pop music and things like that. Is it really really good? Podcasts if you want check it out another Interesting arc in this series was Brian's testicular cancer is the first time it was understand that to me. Although there is something to be calm sorry and felt to encores. Haven't doctor wanted to get paid to probe my prostate. I just thought you should know done. A lump on testicle fired object. So good idea. The execution was kind of lacking the notion that Brian would do all his testicular cancer treatment surgery etc. Without telling anyone seemed to really really farfetched that's like a major life event van. You kind of don't do those Solo. I don't know anybody that does I didn't think that this character needed to. This could have been the moment where Bryant realized that he had to rely on other people and started to open up versus this metaphysical vic from the grave thing. That were handed. I know I said in the previous episode. I started to think retroactively actually enjoyed having vic appear the way he does in the those episodes but the way they handle but with the way they had I think think the mighty gets. You is the way they handled. This storyline in terms of the the secret of nature. And the way that it's used as ammo against Justin dental used against against Justin more than is us against Michael and I found that incredibly unfair bunkers that that just in continually got punished for carrying right just a little bit of a punching bag. This whole what did he become the the series this one of the most vice of stories that we talked about with Sam our back. Hey can't believe I'm actually painted with Sam. Harbach keeps stroking told you keep striking new. My God Oh my God. I'm so sorry I I think you should know I'm happening. Harry who's The lucky guy? He's not a guy he's a woman. The color have a three way. Just a little reenter red number nine. Do it must be at night with a right hook like that. You are the most repellent Matt met even if you are a genus. This definitely could have been told better the pacing and evolution of the relationship between Salmon. Lindsey was really hard to follow and we're also very befuddled by what Lindsay was actually feeling was she into him or not that that scene where they had sex in the gallery was so like weirdly. Stage that we thought she was raped. We don't we didn't understand the story and I don't think we didn't. We didn't buy into this some like intellectual attraction. She had him because he is brash. And misogynistic and just an overall disgusting individual yet somehow is drawn to his pure animal magnetism. It's like what no that's just a disservice to who Lindsey as a character and then again. That sexing was disgusting. Not because it's straight sex but because of the question of consent and that is so vague and hard to answer and then to have him like I guess fall in love with Lindsay. What's He's had like? Any blatantly tells it to her face he's had conquests and he's had girlfriends all over the world but there's something different about you. I'm like well that part. I couldn't believe the whole now. The whole part of him starting out as like such an awful person and then becoming somebody that we're suppose to think we could make you happy. This story was just weird and it was all over the place. Remember Anthony. The Bug chaser. Yes is this from the moment I saw you. I fantasized mired. You wanted to be like you. That's why I want to give me the gift what I want you to be. One Anthony pick positive like you stop. That story was cool. I liked that one. I like the creepy vibe that Anthony brought to because we could tell right away that there's something light about him. Yeah there was something off about him and then to have. It be revealed. The way it was revealed was interesting and to this day. I don't actually think he went to that chaser party who describes. I don't think he did. Why wouldn't he? I know there's just so that about the way that he describes it. And it's that nonchalant manner in which he says this man has clearly spent so much time trying to find the right way to do it that just like with on a dime flip the way he's GonNa try to contract HIV. I didn't by. He did say it wasn't the way that he would have preferred and so that in instead he goes twenty. But that's the thing like I feel like he says it only hurt Ben because he's been hurt. I didn't like the way that add this story tied up with Michael where Ben wrote that. Short story so he stole Anthony's life to write this beautiful story. Beautiful like moving story. How brilliant it is. Yes so like most things. In the season the execution of good story ideas sometimes got in the way of telling a really really compelling story in just made us notice the problems with it versus understanding what the writers are really trying to teach us the drew boy. Sorry was certainly fun to watch. There's good eye. Candy and drew has an actual obstruction in his path. He's he's a highly visible professional athlete. And he's also gay. I held a boy can score. I got a good kicker and this story. I thought was pretty well told. Lb with a few Exxon comedic moments like drew stocking Emmett in the SUV in front of his house. That was a whole like but but to watch his to watch his evolution of saying like. This is just a thing he does. He doesn't he's not gay. He's not the whole question of masculinity versus femininity. Enga- men and then the way he starts to change his rules bit by bit with 'em it to where he actually falls for him. I really enjoyed and I also just appreciated that. Emmett understood his worth in that storyline because he could have easily have kept just being like the dirty little secret but then he recognizes that he could never go in the closet. 'cause he was never in the closet right. I really loved that in. What is surely a footnote to this season? Michael and band got married. Michael Nevada Ni. You're the I've been looking for all my life. I am so very blessed through found which I'm asking you to do with the honor of accepting my hand in marriage. This should have been a much bigger deal even if it was just a more elaborate fantasy in Canada. These characters deserved more and folk has never gotten a wedding. Right throughout the entire series of Vir-. They're always what notes and afterthoughts and used as plot devices a hated that this was such a footnote to the entire show agreed. You said all I needed to say yeah. Who were those people at that? Wedding LIKES RIGHT. There is no way. We know three quarters of the people who have just watched the ceremony. I would say closer to like ninety. Eight percent yes we need five out of 'em it but then WHO's everybody? Ted was there so ninety seven percent. Right folks stick around a lot more to talk about today okay. Do you WANNA play quarterback Trivia Brain on okay at the end of season three I challenged Matt Trivia and Matt. Last time you got nine correct six partially correct and eleven rock so you. He actually had more mostly right than wrong. So you did okay. Those twenty six questions last year. I've got twenty six for you today. You can also follow along home and post your scores on our facebook page and see if you can beat that last year. I had some sounds from the show prepared for the right wrong and halfway right answers so if you get the answer right you're going to hear you know what running is if you get the answer completely wrong. You'll hear you fucked up big time if you get the answer partially right your here regular Roy and as a bonus if you are just so flagrantly wrong that you should have no business doing a podcast about this show your face wrath of Justin's father and here that's great. I could get one blatantly wrong just listening to all right. Let's see how we go. Okay Samat. You gotTa keep scar as we play he paper Handy Handy. I am ready okay. Let's play queer as folk trivia? What's the name of Ted's orchid that Melanie and Lindsay take care of while he's in Rehab? Oh go ahead and queue up just bother. I have no idea. I don't think that's adjusted father. When this is a tough one thank you. Let's see from now on. I feel like when we do Trivia. I should multiple choice that way. I'm doing truly be in one year's time we finished these in the Bible. Okay great want the answer. Yeah it's droopy you thuggery time droopy. Wow Yep what is the name of? Ted's crystal meth dealer. It's Dr There's actually two can't Pakistan just enjoying the music? It's Dr see you fucked up big time Dr C. Or Mark has real name mark. Yes which famous actor does Cody Bell. Mockingly called Justin while if it isn't you've got mail. Meg Ryan is there. Some of your questions are deep cuts from things. We have not talked about in a very long time. But we love Meg Ryan though Know this one. You'll now what was first job leaving. Rehab he was a singing waiter brimming go. What was Michael's ferry name? Oh my gosh this is it season for it. Was We take a break so it was a year and a half ago that we covered that episode? Like we said like a whole bunch is happened in this in this season that it feels like forever that happened to give up. Yeah you fucked up. Big Time. Dump Lane dumpling dumpling. What was Emmett's very name? Now that you gotTa pick up another question because I'm not GonNa Tyne on a clear day K. What is dumpster boy's real name Jason Camp? What rooming is there you go? We got what homework subject does. Vic help with a math. Algebra remember is good with numbers. Yes where does Jennifer Taylor Find Office space for Brian? Oh Oh you know what ramming is who discovered. Brian's testicular cancer. Oh God it was that doctor that was trick at Babylon. You'd never know his name because his name is his actual name is never actually said in the show. It's Shane Dr Shane. But you said doctor so you know what is. This is a question in four parts back to school and Roddy dangerous spinal. I have just one question in twenty seven part. Actually it's six actually name. Six criminal acts that Justin committed and season four. Let's see definitely assault. He did a breaking and entering into what Bill. You broke into something. I don't have that one. I Definitely Count Public Lewdness. Because he gave cody hand. Job In public I didn't have that one either account that one you've got one out of six. I've got don't the music has another minute fifty two on it seizes thinking of the easy ones. I mean there's GonNa be some sort of facing public property. I didn't have that one. That one's I'll give you that one thing that's all I can think of. Okay so the six that I've got are underage drinking weed smoking sexual assault because he pulled the clothing off of that guy in the pink posse simple assault because he punched the straight guy in the face and felonious assault with a weapon when he threatened. Chris. Hobbs Justin is a criminal will. Yeah we knew that in season one when he's still in. He drove off across state lines to New York City. Yeah we know that. I'll take that sorta a what were vic and Rodney serving at their dinner party when Debbie arrived unannounced. Oh God I know this. Because she makes a point about it. I know you're thinking of a different one. You're thinking of the next question you fucked out. And I don't know they made lobster souffles for six gay guests. The next one is What dish did VIC make Four Debbie when? She stopped by his house right before their blow. Up fight wasn't LASAGNA. Was it was it a it's in the pastry family? It's German starts with a K. You've probably never had one now. I am not as a coup. Go off you fucked up big time name to crimes that Ted committed in season for What would you call the crime when he steals from Gus? College Theft Them. Does that? Theft and illegal. Drug use. How you know what remaining is another. One a would have been Computer hacking remember. He broke into the work. Shafter computer or service. What's the name of Michael's comic shop? Didn't we joke about this? And it's like liberty comics about it but it's not everybody comics. He buys it from if visor from that one guy he give up yes I do. You fucked up big time. Red Cape Comics. I think you'll know this next one. What's hunters favorite brand of Denham diesel? Now you know what running in there we go. What size underwear does hunter? Where should be small? I think they might medium while the set a an inch measured in inches. Oh an insurance. I'll be thirty. According to w size twenty eight tighty whiteys with skidmarks. You fucked up big time. That's Debbie making a joke. Not what hunter actually wears. I don't count that. What was the name of the Chinese herbalist that Michael and Justin Body Boehner t from God? These questions are really really hard and really tough. So you're able to answer all of these accurately good on you because I don't know how he thinks I know all this about starts with master. He's master master Ni. You know what they are just need a little hint a name four times that Melanie sucked as a lawyer. In season for she didn't. She didn't go to Jeffrey pendergrast. She didn't try to sue him bog for raping her wife. I that's one She didn't go after Ted for stealing money from her G. I one more but okay. We talked about one in this episode. Oh yes she. She didn't protect hunter from his mother. yeah added is so angry because it was a very long time ago that we talked about it. Melanie was involved in a case at her law office. Yeah there was There is a lesbian couple custody case that you got all four of them that was Anna and jets custody case. Antonio's kicked off the case after making it about herself name to parts of hunters body that Kelly at doors did she loves his but even the his anonymous. That's one of Speaking the lips. Oh you know what renee guess. What is Ted's Cat's name Lupe? Now you know what ramming is what is the fake name of Woody's when the gang is in Toronto mercy's ribbing is what piece of fruit did Ted used to woo Dandy Lube. You come on it on this podcast and just going to say mango was an apple. You fucked up bigtime. Remember he was like flipping the APP around dropped the Apple. What is hunters real first name? Oh Damn that's taken aback less. Montgomery I can't I don't know fucked up big time James James James Hunter Montgomery and his mother Rita occasionally called him Jimmy. A what is the name of drew? Boyd's football team God. I like the iron something final answer. I iron fucked up big time. It's the Pittsburgh Ironman ironman rough. What brand underwear did drew boy? Model and Brown products is there. You go get out. What's your what's your score on this map Let's take a look In the so blatantly wrong gave me. Zeros that's good I got to on the SORTA right and one two three four five six seven eight nine wrong and one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen right about that so you did better this year than last year I did. I think I think this is where we get halfway to the to the million and then I would call it quits. You Fan Right now. Yeah so I but I think for season five have multiple choice. If I remember it well do multiple choice for that one. Thanks for joining us for all of season for next time on queer as folk season five. Brian plans a trip to Hollywood to see Justin who has founded a naked pole party scandal. Ben and Michael Discover Hunter and he neighborhood brave and Debbie and Carl hockey in on Emmett being ploughed. That's episode one of season. Five widely regarded as the worst season of course folk and it's called move and leave reviews and ratings wherever you're listening to us are much appreciate it and helps others find the show so please take a moment and help out. You can also find us on twitter and instagram. It's still quarry F and on facebook. It's still folk. You can find me on instagram at Patrick Randall. If you'd like to connect with me directly and you can find me on twitter and Instagram at Matthew Pete. Thanks for listening. Until next time I touch Granville and I met. Dominguez produce my pitch crandall I slightly balanced wrote and performed show with me and we hope you'll join us next week for a new episode. Stoker's folk was made with love.

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