19 Episode results for "Brian Scott"

How the FCC regulates accessibility for new technologies

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:18 min | 9 months ago

How the FCC regulates accessibility for new technologies

"Hey it's molly would hear one of the most uncomfortable things to talk about with your kids is money especially now. We've got you covered though with a new podcast for kids and their families million Brazilian for marketplace helping dollars make more sense subscribed wherever you get your pod tests. What federal law has to say about accessibility and tech from American public media this is marketplace tech. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Molly would. The Americans with Disabilities Act turned thirty this summer and we're spending the whole week on tech accessibility. This year also marks a decade since the twenty first century communications and Video Accessibility Act which has federal rules for things like streaming video, mobile browsers, and teleconferencing software regulators of the federal communications. Commission are in charge of making sure people follow that law and they get help from the FCC's disability. Advisory Commission Brian Scott Pelley is co chair of that group and also senior Global Policy Council for the APP Association. He says tech has definitely outpaced the law. If you go back to a time when everyone accessed television through. Bunny ears on television. You had one modality you know, and you could you could work on a single solution essentially for that one modality nowadays with the advancement of video streaming, all different kinds of modalities how can accessibility be enhanced and all these new modalities for example, with captioning an issue that may pop up for people is that they're trying to watch a news story about emergency and there'll be a crawl on the television, and then sometimes the closed captioning function may go over the crawl obscure that language. They're definitely not things that anyone designed for their just issues that are being realized and worked on in real time. I'm looking at some of the bullet points on this twenty ten law and it says, it requires video programming that's closed caption on TV, to be closed caption when it's distributed on the Internet. But if it's an Internet only program, it's not required to have close captioning. Under the law that's correct, which is wild because so much in our streaming heavy world. Now things start out on the Internet what does that mean for accessibility right? That's correct that really is probably one of the most compelling use cases that speaks to that tension between evolution in technology and evolution how media is. Distributed and consumed. There's voluntary efforts by the leading platforms to enhance accessibility that that I think a lot of people rely on and that they work to improve on is fixing this kind of problem whether it be on closed captioning or audio descriptions for videos is this something that the FCC can do with rules or does the law have to change or something else? It could be a combination of all those I suppose is what would the typical lawyer would answer for you but? Under that current law, it is probably unlikely that the commission can go and compel mandate the companies do that however constructs like the DAC are really essential for exchanging information and taking in feedback, for example, for voluntary efforts, as well as for handling efforts that relate to compliance with the law. One of the things that's very interesting about accessibility law in the US is that it can be different depending on where you live. So for example, the FCC recently said it would expand a the requirement for audio descriptions on video from the top sixty TV markets to the top one hundred markets. What about everybody else they're trying to find that balance between not over-burdening some providers of those services mean like small. TV stations in things. Exactly. So will we ever fully achieve a truly accessible technology ecosystem? Answer's probably no that's always going to be a goal that we're going to be searching for because they'll be new issues that will continue to arise that is an approach. The idea that a smaller market may be exempted for some time from a requirement to move us towards that goal several of the folks we've talked to. Related to disability in say, accessibility needs to be designed in from the beginning and what you just mentioned about. We may never reach the goal of complete accessibility kind of speaks to that. What do you think the opportunity cost is of companies and regulators still needing to do work in some cases on the basic issues related to accessibility in tech. Well I would say I could not agree more with the viewpoints that you were just mentioning you're hearing from some other folks and you know the idea it's a little bit of a buzz phrase when people say ex by design accessibility by design though I think is a very important concept the idea that from the very early phases from design and initial implementation when that coating starts, for example, to build an APP when the product is just starting to be build. Prototypes and things like that. That accessibility is in the is is top of mind then and built in from the get-go the opportunity cost is immense. If you don't build accessibility in by design, there's also the the business reality sixty, one, million Americans have at least one disability right now. So if you ignore accessibility in a product, that's a poor business practice, you're excluding twenty, six percent potentially of the market Brian Scott. PELLEY IS CO chair of the FCC's disability advisory. Committee. And now for some related links. We have linked to the FCC Summary of that twenty ten law. It's at marketplace tech, Dot Org, and it's pretty fascinating to see what was considered cutting edge policy then versus now yesterday we talked with lawyer and disability advocate hub and Girma, and she has a new piece on tech crunch about her experience as a deaf blind person encountering the new autonomous delivery robots that are zooming around some cities. And finally, Listener Nick Thompson flagged the story in The Wall Street Journal about how designers are rethinking walkers and canes making them look better and improving ease of use one compelling reason for the new attention on these older products older Americans that use them tend to have more discretionary income than some other demographics I'm Kimberly Adams, and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

FCC Brian Scott Pelley Kimberly Adams US Brian Scott Dot Org Molly Girma Nick Thompson The Wall Street Journal Global Policy Council APP Association six percent
Could robots solve the social ills exposed by pandemic?

The Current

10:37 min | 10 months ago

Could robots solve the social ills exposed by pandemic?

"Keith MacArthur. Unlocking Bryson's brain is a podcast about my son I am. The rare disease that keeps him from walking or talking Bryson's perfect. His life is really hard, and our families search for a cure. All my gosh, maybe science is ready for this. It's part memoir part medical mystery. We can do just about anything modifying DNA. Heart in my throat, cure his controversial unlocking brain. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the nineteen eighty s strange phenomenon was sweeping north. America they were in a panic and like people in a panic they want solutions allegations of underground satanic cults, torturing and terrorizing children. The thing is. There were no satanic cults preying on children and nearly thirty years later. The people touched by it all are still up the pieces. A work of fiction. This is a work of history. Satanic panic. The latest CBC I'm cover. Available now. This is a CBC podcast. Pleasure to meet you. See Three human religions. Imagine Waking Up during the past few months to see three Po rattling away at you. We're not living in Star Wars. Times but to some of you. This pandemic has probably felt like a parallel universe before covid nineteen, the idea of daily zoom meetings and virtual classrooms might have seemed far off, but the future has been fast tracked, and some are saying why stop there. This might actually be the perfect time to introduce even more futuristic bits technology into our lives, including robots Brian Scott Alati is a computer scientist at Yale University. That's where he heads up the school's social robotics lab and he joins US now Brian. Morning first of all. Can you tell us what is meant by social robots exactly? What we mean us. Robots that are able to interact with people using the same kinds of social interaction that you would use with another person so things that respond to our voice things that respond to gestures things that understand the way that we engage with each other. Give us an example what is something that a social robot might do? So social robot for example might try to anticipate what you're doing in the way that My wife might bring me a very Nice Cup of coffee in the morning. before I've even asked for one knowing that that's something that I usually like so these are robust that pay attention to our habits that pay attention to what we might be trying to do. Pay attention to what we're focused on at any given moment. What do you think that this is the right time to start talking about how we might be introducing some of these social robots into our homes? These were coming out regardless of of the pandemic and in fact, we've seen these robots starting to be deployed over the last fifteen years more and more, but typically for only specialized part. We're seeing them being used with seniors in elder care. We're seeing them being used in education. We're seeing them being used in work with. With uh, specific disabilities but the pandemic has brought out a set of conditions where we're seeing them. More and more in everyone's homes when suddenly everyone is having to deal with these very unusual. And very challenging situations. Specifically I mean what what holes do you think that the pandemic has revealed that these robots might help fill? So, we've been looking at ways that robots are helping us with minke nurse, social, distancing robots that are helping us to overcome that feeling of social isolation that many are now facing and robots that are helping with specific things that come about because of that social isolation screening for depression, looking for ways in which we might be able to use them to hone our job. Skills as we come back out into the workforce. Can you I, mean you mentioned a number of things they let's take them one at a time the social. Part of the physical distancing. How can a robot help with that? one of the things we've been working right now. Is working with younger children I. Have a ten year old. I have two teenagers. And when the pandemic started, my teenagers were immediately on their phones, chatting with their friends texting to each other, and they had that social contact that they were used to but my ten year old had a real difficulty with it he wasn't used to using electronic means. In fact, kids of that age are really more accustomed to direct physical interaction. Arm So one of the things that we've built over the last couple of months is a a single application where kids can use a a robot in another child's home and have some direct physical play, so one child can basically remotely control and ineffectively become the robot drive around and another child's home maintain their social distancing, but still get some social interaction. With another child bearing age. I can hear people yelling at the radio. Isn't that the job of humans? Isn't that the job of parents and siblings to do that? Absolutely is absolutely is what we want to be happening, but we know that we have many kids who are single children We have many kids whose parents are struggling between maintaining their own jobs and trying to do distance education for their children, and some of these other things are just falling by the wayside, but even with that should need to play with other kids, and so that's a role that we we really WANNA. See Not all by the wayside. Suggests that kids can actually learn better from robots in what ways exactly. in some ways we've seen this with specific populations. I work a lot with with autism. And for many of these kids We've been building tutoring systems robots that actually go in and teach social skills that allow child to more easily interact with their parents on that train them on using a typical social behaviors like making eye contact and responded to questions. And we use them as part of therapy for building the social capabilities of these children Of course it's not just kids who were feeling lonely, and perhaps quite isolated at the moment. You mentioned seniors there as well. How do you think that robots could help save perhaps in a long term care setting? Absolutely, so we know we don't want physical contact. With many of our seniors with people who are at risk or immuno-compromised, but we want them to maintain. Their interactions with their friends and their family and in some ways these remote. Our telly operation systems allow them to get that feeling of being there I, know one family who's been using it so that the grandparents can be part of the children's birthday parties and the parties. You know obviously very small within the family. I'll put suddenly. Your grandparents can be there can interact with you? Children can interact with the rest of the family can move around on their own. And they did that feeling that they're still of what's going on and that's what we want to encourage. Not sure totally understand that. So how does that work so the the robot is essentially like a screen with the grandparent on it. Exactly and they can control. They can move around they can have a smaller quieter conversation with one of the parents or Speak to the entire room in a way that you can't usually get on on a flat screen. To set of curiosity, how much would a robot like that cost? there are many different ones that are out there. One of the challenges we've had is that we weren't really built for this. At at this point, we didn't have the infrastructure in place. but many of these are not very expensive. Someone's these mobile screens are in the range of a few hundred dollars for the ones that we've been using with. Children with social isolation They cost just over about one hundred twenty a US dollars. Can you really feel less lonely being with a robot rather than another person? But that's the point. We don't want you to be with the robot. We want you to use the robot to be with someone else. But are you worried that for instance a care home might say you know one of the heartbreaking things about this. Pandemic is the fact that you know real people. Real relatives have not been able to go into care homes and see their their loved ones in in large quantities especially when they are very vulnerable. I mean might I care homes as well I mean they have robots. They're fine I. Mean in our. Are you worried that the that the scale might tip too far to to the robot side? I. Don't think so I don't think anyone is really looking at this and saying the robots are going to replace people here that this is going to become the defacto standard We want to see each other. We want to be able to Reach out and touch each other in and give someone a hug in a way that you can't with a robot. So I think this is a temporary way of filling a gap, but it's not a permanent replacement. Brian Nice to talk to you this morning. Thank you. Thank you very much. That was Brian Scott Lotta he's a computer scientist and head of the social robotics lab at Yale, university hello, podcast listener. We would like to hear from you. A lot has changed over the past few months, and we want to make sure the current podcast works for you with a quick survey about what you would like to hear. It'll take less than ten minutes. We promise and you will help make the podcast the best that it can be shake survey. Go to the website. CBC Dot. Ca Slash the current. For more CBC podcasts Goto CBC DOT CA slash podcasts.

Pandemic social isolation Bryson scientist Keith MacArthur America Yale University Brian Scott Alati Brian Nice Brian Brian Scott Lotta US ten year hundred dollars fifteen years thirty years ten minutes
Paris hit by Metro strikes

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:19 min | 1 year ago

Paris hit by Metro strikes

"This marketplace podcast is supported by McDermott will and emery the nation's top health law firm presenting a new video series that highlights how innovators are shaping healthcare delivery through collaborations Sion's available now at m. w. e. dot com slash collaboration insights and by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Evan Lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan fan of Michigan as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state visit Planet Dot Com to find out why that's P. L. A. N. E. T. M. DOT dot com. How open is the banking industry live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. I'm Victoria Craig Good Morning but I thought your morning commute was rough. The Paris metro system is at a near standstill today as staff strike over planned pension reform the BBC's Houston field has more from the French capital. It's a big strike. It's the biggest thing since two thousand seven on the Metro. Several of the lines are not functioning atoll so it's a day definitely in which people live in and around. Paris feel affected my local school for example where my children go. There's no Oh canteen service today because the canteen starve can't come in now. The government hasn't even announced details of these pension reform proposals yet what our workers they're worried read about. Losing the metro system has a particular pension regime as they call it here in which some workers drivers of trains or natural retired for example very early at the age of fifty two and these are the sorts of anomalies which macrumors promised to iron out. He's not saying he wants to do away with special circumstance but he says there has to be a single unified system for everyone. That's just basic social justice and what the Metro workers are afraid of is that it will mean that the advantages aw and they're laying down a market that they intend to fight this species Hugh Scofield in Paris. Thank you so much thank you. Let's do the numbers. stocks are higher around the world on optimism over easing trade tensions China's official news agency today reports the country will add new farm products including soybeans and pork to its US tariff exemptions list in Britain. The pound is rallying to its highest level against the dollar since July as fears received of a no deal brexit new European in rules. Go into effect this weekend around mandating banks and payment service providers to be ready to give third party companies access to consumer data. The concept of open banking is designed to increase competition and make the industry easier to navigate for consumers but it's been a tough transition as Brian Scott Quinn the director of banking programs at Henley Business Business School describes you have to interconnect the data stores and banks with the data stores of potential competitors to banks and actually linking up is technically difficult also of course it opening up consumers private information to the outside world and the banks of coasted. Oh said reluctant to do it because it increases competition potentially so is this something that consumers themselves want one of these difficult questions that people people want the Internet. It doesn't know what it was. So how could you say we won't the Internet. If you open up banking competition you get much better service salmon any industry on so we do believe with the system people will be willing to open up their banking data to others in order to get better prices. Lower interest rates better service. What are the challenges to implementing in the US for the US banking system. Is it probably a bit more old fashioned on in Europe for example chip and pin is not yet well established in the states and I would think calmer certainly that it will catch up because Fintech clearly extremely strong in the states the big payment providers come from Larry pay pal now. It's more the willingness of the legislature to pass the necessary new regulations which would permit it so open. Banking is the future of banking. Oh I think so yes the banks have gone from being very closed. Fortress is a bit like Fort Knox to being very often the first opening up of the bank in fact the ATM that was the first time when you could actually do something interact with a bank from outside the actual premises and obviously having an APP on your phone with which you can interact with your bank is very clear demonstration of that opening up the open banking is the next face Brian Scott Quinn there in many countries prisons are bulging at the seams and the challenge is how to best reduce the prison population one obvious solution is is to prevent re-offending by equipping inmates with tools they need to get work on the outside the BBC's Elizabeth Concept reports. I've the last few years I'll sprays been in the news for all the wrong reasons from understaffing to rioting but the prisons hoping that the project to teach inmates how to raced in mate coffee. We'll both help with behavior and cut re-offending inmates a finally released. Max Deal is co-founder of redemption racers which several coffee shops in London and runs the Ray Street three and Coffee Academy at Ao Spray and the prisons we recruit someone on the inside then they work with us in the row street we teach them the skills and then we teach them about roasting so on release. We'd like to employ our graduates right away into one of our shops six months after release we would encourage them to apply arrest other contacts in the coffee industry. Pool is one of the inmates who trains in the coffee shop. He agreed to tell me about the work that he does but I couldn't ask about his offenses. Francis was one of restaurants only really kitchens. Jewish and it's hard to measure the coffee workshops in Acton re-offending rates. It's because a lot of the inmate serving long sentences and we'll be transferred to adult prisons but when attracted to given the lower pool in her office she emphasized the overall impact activists game primarily the aim is to give people work experience and qualifications that will lead to a job on release. The hospitality industry is massive and we know that people people who are qualified as Bristol's can get work on every high street and actually more and more businesses are looking to employ ex-prisoners. The coffee shop has had a fantastic impact. It's new. It's exciting. It provides a really positive workplace for men when only are they learning the skills of serving customers and developing those real life works skills that will lead to jobs in the future not only guessing job keeping a job and if schemes like that of Redemption Ray Street do help offenders get and to keep a job. It's an idea that might catch on elsewhere in. Io's Bray. I'm the BBC's Elizabeth Hudson for marketplace finally. Wouldn't it be nice if we could all set our own salaries. Hillary's well one. UK firm is doing just that and while some workers have asked for more money some have opted for paycuts businesses say the practice has led to a huge increase in staff pretension in London. I'm Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the B._B._C. World Service.

BBC Paris London BBC World Service US Victoria Craig Brian Scott Quinn Planet Dot Com Michigan P. L. A. N. E. T. M. DOT McDermott Evan Lyle Sion Europe rush enterprises macrumors Houston field China
NEU Hair 4 Men with Stuart Munday (Branded Episode)

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

57:14 min | 1 year ago

NEU Hair 4 Men with Stuart Munday (Branded Episode)

"Into how to cut it in the hedging industry broadcast this show that gives you that incites inspirations and information to take your handwriting this is how to cut it in a headdress an industry podcast show we've done lane a new format ends lives easier and more comfortable and just learn about that but before we get into that I do want to get into the whole Mau pattern baldness understand in business of annual revenue streams. Colm really go up by offering the hat systems get yourself ready get yourself comfortable let's get straight into I'm delighted to bring onto the show Stewart Monday who is the founder of new half a man replacement systems and we're GONNA be talking everything includes everything that you need to know about health systems war is head systems how does it work how do you offer this service to your client how do you approach the sensitive subject of hair loss and recommended a hair system and white is that perfect option the get into so particularly today I wanna find out all about the new half men replacement systems how this works why's my can the positive effects hair replacement systems can have on clients suffering hair loss. Then we're GONNA go all the way through this Berlin conversation is it don't want surgical or medical options for hair loss I think he's a brilliant service that you could be out in into your headdress and Obama a bit more for our listeners and maybe how they need to deal with us but just before we do that just gives a quick heads upon yourself this was Jewish Mandy of new half men now as we were mentioned in the introduction this particular special episode his wife to Die Europe out to learn how new half a man replacement systems is a viable solution as we talk to its founders shoot Monday on Easel when it comes to offering a viable solution to clients that are suffering had loss and is not non-surgical replacement service or medication review as the stigma around guys folding is is becoming a much bigger problem it's definitely and that's what we compare sewed and what people want these days is instant results and that's what has system gives you it is it is an instant result so we have all this the air welcome to Takata in the headdress in industry cars with myself dumblane and I'm really excited today to share with you a very special I'm more because we're gonna be talking everything that you need to know about hat systems and particularly we're GONNA be talking new half a man with you Monday and the reason we're GONNA be talking about this is because hair loss of any level can be deeply distressing and as headdresses Imbaba's Wa options do we have are dispersed I started losing my hair when I was kind of in my mid twenties and sly my dad's bold brandin episode because I'm GonNa be joined by Stewart Mandy of new ha for men and his little taster of what you can expect from today's it is not an easy thing absolutely not now generally not and I think kind of over the last Komo pattern baldness a subject that I am very close to myself as a book guy so welcome to how to cut it Stewart thank you bye musher having made a delight a Grandad's with bowed my uncle's abode say it was almost like it was gonna be expected to happen so as and it happened in mid twenties losing my hair and it did have quite a negative effects on ninety kind of my self esteem socialize I'm relationships and that type of thing really did find it quite quite difficult massive and honestly I can only get done in but cut up my confidence in how I felt about myself personally it really affected me kind of wanting to go around have you on the show Stewart and it is a sensitive subject isn't it as Mayo Patent Boldness and I know myself was a hairdresser and has a bald guy the reason being I completely relate to what you're saying because you know I started to lease my hat probably my mid to late twenties Oh and honestly this is such a real issue because men bottle things up they come necessarily express of our house bouncing back to me but you know you took it someone who knows what it is it did have a a an issue on my mental health there's no getting away from that and won't go out the house you know and when it comes to mental health with men inhales it something that we just don't as a nation you know the time it was almost to me felt like Oh my God it's over you know I'm not an attractive mile anymore I'm going to be and it does have that effect doesn't it dislike so was that difficult than being a guy in hair industry yes lake feel so when they come in consultation and I asked a number of questions surrounding that their own hair loss is where they really kind of kind of open up about Zhang of losing hair from memoirs we all Kinda Shrug it off and it's it's hard completely and the one thing that's and this is going back about six years now on one I saw this video I was absolutely just a wellness by what I can say it was expensive and didn't work and so you have kind of recognize that now you're a hairdresser aren't you I'm a Celena Salon owners had a full head of hair it was incredible now that you've been using half finders probably for about four years prior to this and all that have fibers I'm on on your head I go to a point where where I was fitting even more the actual fibers had nothing to Clinton's yrs old worked initially for me because fiber have a kinetic technology to where it clings to the to the existing half full accord definitely we'll have to save kind've was actually very lucky that was actually one of my members of stars research into this because I didn't even know existed and you know guns back six years ago other thing other people existed either so when we talk about we just id away yeah absolutely completely agree yup and I again because I look back in my own life and I'm sorry you just give us a heads up on what you exactly mean by ahead system so the old fashioned Tom would be like cheap hey Zaire systems stood just explain to our listeners what has system is and then we'll get more into that little bit further on into this but it's like I had moss on my head it was it was really that bad and I would suffer with five assault on my share it was on my pillow it was sold I think I found through three half doing the amount of men the IC on a weekly basis that they come in in my car is yeah absolutely it was getting to the point where I'm going to like a bottle a week not that lies expensive so I actually felt embarrassed in the end of the day because my staff was saying Stewart you know bats sent me he achieved video of someone actually having a citizen fidget. I think it was a night bogue era or something like that whole ins and outs of how you want to what this system so you developed new Heiferman have replaced has I had fitted and it was completely vong have it was fitted however I was really really happy with it and but you're using it doesn't look good so when I got sent this video also maneuvering system it really then got me to kind of thank I'd like to offer this as a other service within the solemn so I then reach the research in research and found a factory based in the Far East had a number of conversations about the different types of systems this pessimist was having what looks like a Mesh base apply to the scout his scalp and just a basis of the system made in have Avanti's hugely so essentially it's ten years younger and generally and myself sal a lot more more confident and from this point almost I felt was you know it was in it I'm going back to that of nineteen point there wasn't a huge out there I think over the may be regain and some of products and veteran very very quickly was able to develop some systems that worked fool various types of lifestyles take-up was phenomenal and always even guessing people travel hours and hours to have a consultation how it really makes me sailing on people that you know have even left the house literally kind locked himself away Oughta a like a lace break off a police skin face that has a hug it is a really good question and I'd like to pick up on the point of like when women percents attached to it on the head system is then attached the scalp with either glued which is like a decent full systems yes as kind of a system where I read myself and by the way when I had my first system arrived don wearing this for for for by year and it wasn't really entail August get seeing some amazing comments from people about God day there'd be men that'd be wearing t pays or or have pieces so they're very similar to that but they come a long way the technology salon and and have hair extensions women have hair extensions because they won't the hat to be thicker fuller will they want community because if guessing people trampled such a long distance it meant that there is a lack of the aw a special type I K so that just gives the listeners a bit more up so listeners we're GONNA come back to this how it works how you fit a little bit more about the a better late and nobody bats an eyelid but then when men looking to have something like this the have a consultation and in that consultation process is kind of like open up about how they really feel the word wig so we have to educate people got it is is not a wig it's pun attached to the scout on his hugged we appreciate that everyone's body chemistry scouts all different accenture so when when I started getting systems come comes through tweet in and discounted getting into my late teens early twenties you know people were so excited it's not going to be long now stewart united full before you saw today on I south and ultimately have half the system fitted which then kind of opened up to me will I will I thought was an because of the way in which the systems are applied in the way that we make sure that they are gonna be I've seen these systems are unbelievably good I mean so good we all over social media now but as a percent human hair and I think when people are starting to look into this mall so true social media which has convicts blowed Hidden Excelled has systems quiet law people already know what they're about anyway so for them it's it's enabling me to conduct coach them undetectable as possible the reaction that most people get when showing a member of the family will that that makes enough friends down the pub generally another I'm just going to be completely honest with you stu it but if I did rock up to my local Bouza with my mates is wow that is incredible where the hell did you get knocked on do you think there's a generation gap in this as well so of young guys this as as being available within within the country if you WanNa have a Hesse ways you go so that is how new half men essentially Ole overhead pace and if you kinda go back to solve I like the seventeenth Taes and if he sees the carry on films in back in as a more accepting to it I think so I think mel grooming as a whole remain as we know I mean that that's a deeming industry who fail I WANNA look good in this in this modern era I think you're absolutely right definitely the young type generation is where I think cold and that they seem more comfortable I mean had transplants I mean let's not hartland hide from this I mean guys I hear about this not the big stick around that is awake just WanNa point out the I never use that word like the word because there is stigma around citizen but do equally does put more pressure I think on on your men now in that you know the world waving looks gorgeous doesn't ev inc the and more and more men wanting to take care of themselves whether that's waves products acceptable how people I notice anyway but you there only really going to give you a one reaction that's GonNa be a positive for them because they also realistic I mean comfortably Nabet having perms and just stuff that may be guys only ten fifteen years ago would have been coin mentioned in any of that where so that's GonNa be great develop the systems to to work for a variety of papal always talk to them says within the salon very very quickly with a head trump's plan to take this type of transplant you need to take on the open mind that is a basis ahead growing out of our head we would general two main so the most popular type head transplant is the foo had trump and say look if you can have a system fitted the best approach with the best advice like a give you these unique to embrace tell people about it because the ropes in Turkey guys got another now get enhanced transplants I mean what's your take on hair transplants and you know some fellas say well you know what I want those the things on my head on one hand transplants I'm not adversely against hair transplants and at the end of the day if we could how are you and then implant bats into the area in which you've lost your hair the other thing is while it's not a hundred percent guaranteed so is a is essentially an operation you all going to be left with scarring where they will take Dona had from the back of your head Baram look this sort of system men are particularly that sensitive to this kind of stuff is difficult one we guys where if you can take that sort of approach of it might it might not walk than you know is worth going full but supplant which is full of who union extraction and yes more multi transplant cetera. However the paper I think hair transplant is going to guarantee you head rose organic guarantee you the desired amount to head that you want will Ezekiel was born amazing so how'd you get around that stigma that is associated with those wigs that you spoke about you know an online what you say is maybe be open and honest about it that is really the only way you can I mean I thought character here we're going to create James Right James is a guy he's he's really thin now on top he's in his late twenties really self conscious about it but we'll be looking at transplant go and see someone within the believe in going to Turkey is something that is title right? He's going to his hairdresser barber do we have to be sensitive and how do we be sensitive firstly with James when he sat I feel particularly comfortable having so that sole thing done outside of the country of distinct is a little bit risky want now is twelve months so there's a lot to take in consideration when researching head trump's accenture Ahmad ice to anybody that embrace the condition and take practical steps to manage the hell's all you kinda go did the other type of I ha system is controversy to most definitely yeah and the reason our side is unnoticed young lads lead swap fifteen and they taught very full but I've got this new hair for men has systems in place and I want to recommend it to James but I'm I'm a bit awkward how is that subject approached with your clients an a lot of actual bob visit and headdresses fine jets slightly wall so too embarrassing mainly because they don't have the knowledge or the education old I want to really get into the whole process of as I often do when you've got woody Allen you raise a lot people to imagine scenarios that way so we can create they got him but they're in denial I mean this is a normal thing the audit found that men probably aren't in nine that go in all is quite is quite a big commitment is a big thing that he you go through and also the results can take anything up to the chair and he's GonNa fin on top well with now cotton boldness men will seek one or two calls either unhappy solution that that that they can recommend and then to the other scale you've kind of got the actual client will actually raise the subject whilst the some clients that will have a head system fitted and they're really really self conscious about people nature success but believe on north if James is in a situation where he's feeling you know worry hello source is really affecting his life is tation is a a key element into undestanding the the issue surrounding persons ask but I think you know I mean as I as I speak to a law sal nineties like cetera Ideal Austin it is no I found through a number of people that had a head transplant having disappointed with it they've been less with twelve line James could be one of these people that will do everything that they possibly can to conceal the hallows so everson his confidence is self esteem level etcetera The new hetman system is is is such an amazing product on a certain chat all you know I'm going a little bit thin in the back they're taught the thing you know so that kind of opens conversation then Luau him to basically have a full head of hair to suggest that he would need to have such the full consultation another pat it because we don't talk about it warrants would you give to a hairdresser barber to approach that conversation about this cleave just described a typical pattern that you get so hell lost Malkhaz baldness would need to conduct a fool scout examination and always kinda keeping that ethical approach in mind and that's where you'd go essentially results in receding headline effectively habit stalls followed by fitting good healthy we would tend to want to leave that but it's the kind of sin receding hair would be then shaved on baby fine wispy had the headlines not being how they how they wanted it on the other thing as well as how you convalesced after having a head transplant the reason I'm getting that so Jamesy sat there is the whole subject is taboo an off had many guys his infant too much air gun-free dot situation here's well because that will determine the type of application method of the system to the scalp but also he needs to understand connor the cost how the consultation and he wants to go ahead now I want to understand how new half men replacement systems head loss understanding that lifestyle which is a really really key element says someone wearing a Hessen but also kind of let them medical history the depending on how the compensation is it flooding accenture the main point the consultations to kind of understand where the implications and the maintenance of as well now the hairdresser that's promoting this as as an option to him on that we've wearing these systems yes I for people that live in active lifestyle Jim Jingo is people that might have like say I've had on that the crown at the temples actual Fathi NHS says effects around L. currently at with the head of is it that they just have a receiving headline is it that they just kind of sitting on the crown instead it got that system so yeah James He's you know the hairdresser has said look you know I think we've talked about it and he's thinking you I'm open today say's come in replaced with the system and the DOT has than connected blended in with the existing hair on the back and sides icon again from listeners just quit and for us to recommend system to someone we want to ensure that they can live their lives as normal so effect quite activity Othman by the age of fifty usually starts around the late twenties addicts myself in yourself so that that crashed work okay so he's come in on his appointment day firstly how long is this appointment GonNa take so the consultations in debt concert nation enduring that consultation we would expect it to lost around so the thirty to forty so sometimes they go on a little bit standing at medical indications that we need to be aware of and then going into lifestyle because lifestyle is really reading pull saying title system is going to be most suitable to them I try and James than you know medication he's fine he doesn't have any medication but he does swim in regularly or is it more so too will I recall Mossel full boldness where that just very very thin fine wispy hair on the talk with but they could also on to the next here's your host Dome House of back that might be the kind of coma etc where they grow the sides out using a whole floor swimming in it really regularly but because you'd be outside so I'm GONNA wife a free weeks in the Sun An James a thicker for the head of hair on the back and sides so it's basically understanding where the current y'all with the hat loss from that we trying to get a bit of an understanding Holton that he knows that's by wearing assisted he becomes the thing he wants to do but they're all just a few kind of off decaf sorts of things he needs to be made aware of What would I be stopped that so for instance if you're gonna be going swimming regularly and you're investing a lot of money in in having a system fitted unique to treat the headline Royalty Bird Ted sit tight job whether active excetera unlike James that you know someone that might WanNa go swimming once or twice a week is Ace I'm not saying that you know that they can't go swim with it with a half system but it's GonNa Lessen the lifespan of fat systems if they would around sort of like the soil found the history sort of thing so genetics eight has there been any history of loss within the farm about type of thing on because we know chlorine is actually bad for the Herrick Cetera in an over washing assistant would actually lessen its lifespan so for someone that wants to add to the the gym swimming etc we need to know will this top of information and older for us to to make a really good recommendation on wall yeah as his greatest fear and also he he's got an on holiday and he's going to go in and out of the sea and what of ICU can give him a swing but at the same time wants to have hair all you would recommend that they would wear swim Cap Roy okay that's a big thing for going it is is is thinking yeah I'm going to be pretty cold this isn't gonNA come away so how does that system not come off the head so the is actually a little bit down to the the body chemistry so knots again Wyan Consultation League at the area which the system is going to be fitted so that needs to be taken down as short as possible because the a decent and the systems be to apply the system to the scout with tape so special tape that's works it's offensively a glue now that blue consecutively should lost around four to five weeks said the system is stop to the scout for but people need tools appreciate it the a decent is at its most delicate when praying to sweat hate war trek cetera honest last four to five weeks money lost two to three weeks so to make sure that Bacon still live the life of they want to live with a half system the alternative would yet probably would probably would damage the scout because it is a stock to the skin on the scalp and while I wanNA have they generally wisconsin no I'm from what they say that the decisions is applied to the scout with a decent Ames's come in he's going to have this to us through that procedure then he's going to have to system firstly what are these so if someone litter really active lifestyle they were quite quite sweats he may be headquartered only scout days if is gonNA break down quicker so therefore they are hall sweaty person or they have already scout that we determine mats it at consultation point because the loss league wanting that person yeah well with systems on on the scalp you just get as much longevity out of it however it does Kinda give the wearer is it a lot to us this different databases for different yes we do have a number of different types of decent there's like liquid a decent take weeks before it needs to be removed cleaned and then a new law off the guy for the next five weeks after thanks wall stats week growing is not gonNA affect how the systems or anything like that but when they come to have that maintenance appointment which would be roughly gonNA pull at it because that's what he's lots of law you know what can happen what how strong is that it's somebody canopies they come from factory with typically five to six inches of length of hair because the factory I can't and I'm just thinking off the top of my head and a hug you tie mommy asking these questions but if let's just say James out his as and he's worried that is might headline creation so we workouts with the next headline sits on the forehead and the histone integral free yes for as a very good question at an older to have had system fitted we do have to shave over so three fingers on the forehead all you'd ask For instance James he would frown and the creases on his forehead weather it systems look like they big lots of hair and that so we have a standard specification with with with systems Komo control Hud with wearing that system because they remove it replaced take a read on the system themselves. You literally molds the person's scalping a very natural way yet absolutely so once he made the mold than we have a I have as a system that's kind of is not as secure as we wanted to bait so the symptoms that you will talk about so I'm just jumping in net Shuba just walls you're on it okay so but it's it's that strong the united it will hold on there now the other thing I thought about with these systems and James Things about is to what so that's where we make a mold of the scout we make the mold so that we can tailor the healthy hair and then the sustained fine hat we would then shake remove the next step would be for us to make a bespoke templates says more like a water base addictive now when people also looking seeing videos of people having assisted features the civic technique allows us then to sleep customize the system to the exact size and shape of the goes on and on if they pulled on it is is is not gonNA come off they would have to really really pull it up would it damage the Scalp James having a decisive than we would be applying the decent to the system scalp we place the system on the scout and then we have a process in if they would want right I said comes that then so James's Sutton the halong he's had his consultation so we know that as a service GONNA take to get this done so typically for walking asylum and walking outside on with your full head of hair would be two hours nine head systems going on but because it's so long and the density of the hair is quite thick it really allows it fit much better when this when this no had told now over the coast wearing the system over that four five week period Harry's of secon regret one pretty much any style you want one of the key elements to making sure that as a hairdresser orch achieving a natural undetectable blend is making sure that the existing hair on the back inside is at least one and a half there's a number of processes that we do to determine the headlines say be sold the three finger roll where you place is Kinda WanNa get up in the morning and go do they actually have the time to spend stalling stalling the hat but essentially they you can have best would be incorporated with your grooming say when you come into the system remove scout treated you'll system fitted does not only then to kind of have pretty much anything they would want hairstyle walls but also the hairdresser can create almost anything chupakhin sides to go with these looks now leave or no during the consultation process we would obviously template with the mode once that's then being customized within going see application all sitting of the system so if lakes yet cyclope won't unite Pacific Fades and things like that they can come every two weeks so he's done it looks week four week five was not systems remain than the Scalp is in reshaped get rock I kind of jumped ahead a little bit that you re shy so two two inches in length because it just makes the blending process a lot more seamless those kind of knows stock and start cutting and what about when that had grown sale the things that conway look for when headdresses of wanting to learn how to do this you do need an experience with with men's hairdressing leave action because the half systems on getting the Natural Ilsen your Scout Thatcher the systems need constant hydration moisture and believe on definitely you're going to need some good undestanding an experience of men's hairdressing definitely and in terms of stalling oh uptick style that they aspire to have executives just really important from all point of view that we done under deliver what they're wanting because the end of the day Mizen until if you know how to cut men's hat you can comfortably do this the head coaching yeah absolutely not Connie washing that often so that's why we devise the types of products that people would use would be a decade head can starting range which we would lead the system sold to Soar second-set fifteen minutes a one-stop fifty minutes is finished in the magic works will the magic happens aac stop that would necessarily be where your natural hell on bake so we walk along the forehead where the headline is from James as normal as normal yet any products anything goes heat no problem that's very good would automatically give you a a re gray on the back and sides say you're always keeping that natural seeing this pleasant but if a goalie has his head every two weeks ahead system is not gonna get dirty there's going to be no Greece is going to be no oil's going into flat so flat reason the system doesn't particularly that the hassle always then created fifteen minutes I think so then the hassle what about the hairstyles it has got to be we want to make sure that you know is going to face shape all they're going to be at handle this particular type has style Ali One of these people what so the prices would james expect to pay a what would you recommend that you will silence charge for this service so yeah we have a recommended retail that point on with them we have to get guide where they good healthy hair is to the fitting Harris an impart that out the way so a leader price across our entire Solo network now dotted oversee all over the country said prices can vary but to give you a conservative around the scientists say they existing hat on the back and sizes of as as you wearing the system so as part of the maintenance process leaving a moisturizing spray and also starting product so they basically is one price package wash system you'll lessening the lifespan of that system and you say you have your own hair care range shoots I try to talk us through how that gets done site the first stage is tax but also more impulsively the price includes that first maintenance visit because we have a youtube cat to them NS SCALP and they have gts cats yeah so we we developed our own range of shampoo as on conditioners also starting main spoke because we just felt that I did have kind of annoyed Hassall United States they would want and it's quite often they would come along with a with Mitchell Ness Siona of how they used to look it was kinda out that wasn't necessarily the right types of products to use for the system because at the end of the day what people want from the head could use to the using the right type shampoo and conditioner that's going to see the head with the right levels moisture hydration but will say in a starling range that the products businesses additional cost lies all kind of included in that one price and then go full within for James He's got this system in place with that I wanNA have the the maintenance in because you have the maintenance every fool way says not to stop him having a hacker to wings and not maintenance does he go with any products so that would include that contact kits today would always go away with some data we found they hit most law she had a lot more bobbins one seems to know how to do this they offer it within that all the show but for the maintenance the system everything guy for which again is GonNa depending on what area you live in Ceylon you goto birth make the system to spoke fits Individual Klein says no benefit anybody else to begin placing then begins in In that they need to be taken care of Etcetera but too conservatively ons that question a typical has system wherever Shen said literally this is the price full out you'll get sick you consultation you'll get in your your hair system is fitted styled you get your dismay longevity that GonNa WanNa System Lost James has got it he's left he's absolutely buzzing with what he's got it looks amazing like that you you desire a yeah I it is in critical a lot of these other types of motions impatience jets dramatically head systems aw made with one hundred percent human heads east human hat now we have different types of systems for someone that's wearing assistant for the very first time they got to get used to it overseas would have two to three per year memorial after it had gone back to kind of like unite the swimming etcetera etcetera them the actual system itself not actually on the head but the system is so how long would that last him for is again it's another it's another really good question Tom said to that question typically would be around the soil six hundred seven hundred Tomahawk a not as for the head system and what people want these days is instant results and that's what has system gives you it is it is an instant result but more importantly I think is say the average price is going to be between fifteen hundred eighteen hundred pounds payette a case that's that's quite a bit of money but I guess for to get the results from select I guess for some salons barbers you could set up some conduct payments game insulf other treatments you've got to be prepared time into a time you know to see the results accessory we we need to also appreciate the crossman ships go into these systems is a hundred percent human had each uh lifetime james loves it doesn't ever WANNA come away from this house is does how much is going to be expecting that in a year to be paying so the quality of the system that we provide Is is something that you know is good too so naval than Strand of hair is individually song into the system so one particular system in itself takes between six to eight weeks to make off the top of my head we do as we actually do we taught me with later week upon them separately share and we did right okay and you know that you know intimacy and and you know he's partner runs their hands through and then spread the cost of their next two to three systems in one monthly payments like it that's really good thanks he means it that purity based on the Volna consultations that Salem's will get saying conduct down to kind of affordability men's have replacement training cools which is held in our academy based in Southampton we're very ethical without without trade I think part of words I've seen it work I'm going to share some images on the show nights to this particular emphasized as well sure just people can maybe get a look at it so ahead quick question but it was in my mind and I was just thinking how that could be because James maybe doesn't want potential partners in the early days to to know I case James many guys it's worth every penny absolutely Bantu walk into Solomon two hours to leave with a full head hat in the style Xibalba is thinking I want to get on board with this how does that happen yes the best place for them to go towards the more you lacoste threats the longer has isn't GonNa last que so investment as someone wants to that they're on board with this like he used to top up it required or tight have assistant fidgeted tight mostly clear shampoo net condition. Brian Scott was well so it's really essential during that first month them wearing the system that they come back the Salang on this note all to soluble so you don't be cloaked in the hair with with at too much products because cool she to need to wash your hands often a memorial accessibility and really notice gave a main everyone's at least seventy pounds at the quality true step by step on we do also conduct off to cast the poll I'm on hand my team educated they're on Hanser you not it's and if you wanted to bring somebody else from your salary Bob shot also be educated in while than his Iranian extra one four nine four half six hundred pounds available we have now digest piloted game so loud that person's pages ten percents as opposed to that system consummate question James The question I'm sorry if it sounds a bit embarrassing listeners but let's say James is getting easy busy on a ninety outy which is a said she way you could become a full new half meant salon the little bit of a bigger investment but that does give you exclude tippety as we don't tend to like to use a lot of head lot work we find that when people wanting to learn has systems why people may be what necessary taken that sort of initial step system affordability was kind of the issue the more affluent town investment to learn everything nearest tonight about half systems it is just under the fastened power mock I in in terms of actually having on what kind of experience doing aid as long as you are competent in men's hairdressing fast that's all you nate thank click on the training tab we off

James Colm founder Stewart Obama Berlin Brian Scott Ezekiel Turkey trump Bob five weeks fifteen minutes hundred percent six years two hours two weeks fifteen hundred eighteen hundr one hundred percent
2021 Marathon John Ottman

Sci-Fi Talk

22:59 min | 4 months ago

2021 Marathon John Ottman

"Saying one apple. Take one I knew podcasts. At launch in december and will be in its full glory in two thousand twenty. One is music genre where you'll hear my conversations with composers that score john for projects movies and television. You'll hear vintage anu conversations. Today we have john who is not only a composer. he's also an editor as well. Let's go to the conversation. Hi john how are you. It's good to talk you get to i've seen x. Men first days of future past terrific terrific movie really really. I'm a fan boy. And i love the x. men franchise really hadn't been watching it since got fourteen years ago since the first one. This one was so neat because of x. Men last stand just happy the way this finished and Looking forward to the next one to have you heard about the. Jean grey thing or did you. Were you surprised by. I was a did not hear about it. I loved every minute of it. I i mean like i. I kept under wraps. I mean. we didn't allow them to go to any hotels restaurant. And then we go premiered films. He sees it. So i'm like well. What's the point that you can actually get out cami coming back for. You was a gap between two and this one coming back to this as the composer editor did. Is there anything brian. You discussed a little different. Being that it's really combining two different castes. In this film and had a score appropriately for something like that. The main instructor. Brian really because he normally like let me sort of come with ideas but it was basically i mean. Make it make it darker and and and make a little more modern I mean even though it's going to between future and path i still see his one linear stories. That's at the heart and of course a lot of the scores involved sympathizers and so forth and sometimes it's just mainly the orchestra supplemented in terms of you know the different time zones. Of course the The biggest difference is of course the seventies gave me like to use some old analog synthesizers and electric piano and guitar paid for. Yeah i did notice kind of like the period music in there and really fit with what was going on and i also that was funded it to its. Use them source music. Which we've never been able to do. Yeah our film and so it was a great. I always say you know. It's the period piece then. You're already lightened to be able to use. I don't mean licensed financially but new york given the reasons are there to use them. Source means you get away with period p than then why not and You know sometimes found moment are done with source music not score in fact in fact if you can do it with source. I always say jewelry store. If if it's like a you know a signature moment. Like like the quick moment. Absolutely and i i did notice and actually i think in the back of my mind that actually ease my mind a little bit watching it at the very beginning. There was a couple of strands from the x. Men theme at the beginning. It was kinda like it was like you know in the twentieth century. Fox music. I will that in and the funny story behind that because i have done that as well Just as a as a thought when we were there in the court orchestra loved it like applauded cool but then all those went out Throughout fox and i'm on it so we had to. We couldn't do it so this time around. I put it in the avid. We're our screenings. I would always have it in the in the logos everyone got used to it and the loved it so i knew that once she was told her on board with it might stick around. Yeah it really really fit as an editor Was there was there. Was there a challenge because maybe there was some juicy stuff you had to cut out Well yeah a lot of. That's always a painful thing. It's for the greater good of the pacing of the story. You have to cut a you know like we say kill a lot of babies you know it was so many characters was only characters that don't have a lot of state in the first place. You make one cot and then they have nothing to say. So that's it. That's one of the painful parts. But yeah dvd's four. I'm sure we'll see some of the deleted scenes right right. That's that's awesome now. This cut pretty much. It was decided by. Was brian a little bit more involved because of the nature of the story and to kind of know kind of right the ship a little bit. Oh he leaves me to do my thing. I mean it's i mean. Obviously he comes in and and You like to be surprised in wild by my something not expecting so he doesn't like to ahead of time. Tell me what he wants. And i think a lot of times you know. He's not even sure because they just shoots a lot of stuff and he just wants to come in and be wild like an audience member. He likes sort of cheaper a distance from his own movie at that point and and sort of walk in and be respond to it as an audience member and so he's always looking to me to do something he's not expecting so or or or symbol of the film in a way that that that that's engaging for him. Obviously at the end of the film not gonna give spoilers. Those haven't seen it but has with the marvel films these days. There's always a little little. Easter egg the end which probably will segue into apocalypse. Are you going to be involved as the editor and composer for that as well. Well you know. We haven't made any details yet. But it's my it's mine to say no to you know it's it's very This this this. This came on the heels of jacket giant player which was two solid years and then this was a year like going to war. And it's still the thought of actually walked into another film right now doing both those taxes. I rather. i know. I'd rather go to a real prison for year. The fat but But you know. i'm sure. I'm sure i'll be involved in the success of this one. I'm sorry i'm sure it's greenland it's gonna go for sure i would think so. Well yeah that that train moving fast. I mean there's still the ideas together for the script. I don't know how they're going to get together but they will. You know they always do. And then the end up of wing address shooting. Because never ready. That's that's the that's what adds so much hardship to these types of movies because they you know the the train leaves the station. They have a release date and and sometimes scriptures getting ready to go but you you go into production anyway and it's very difficult to make film films. You're constantly trying to pay with stories going and are we doing what we in the right direction. You know especially with this film which was the time. Travel element A lot of time. We're making up as we went along and As you know time travel like the the mole game you saw one problem. Another problem been billion. Frayed ends which of course blow up in my face the editor so it was it was it was a hard one. There's more with john heyman on the music genre so stay tuned back to the music of genre would john. I mean this one seemed to have especially at the end seemed to have a lot more effects than maybe the index to for you to the peace to get well. I think it's trying to the what twelve years later from that took the pressure to compete with the big lasting summer. Movies out there I'm just glad that we didn't go further in that direction to make it. You know those action. I mean. I always feel the action film. Is you know as much as we wanted to put. Action film pop porn read them. I always felt like we try very hard to keep it connected to the characters. You know very much so as a matter of fact. That's one thing. I really liked about it. It's you know the the blending of the generations and you know trying to steer up professor acts the younger one. You know to become the older one that we know and right at the core this movie aside from the all the dire the big store on which you know it's changing the future really. The main storyline is about a character or characters charles and david. It's about raping you know and and to me it was. It was so much about a guy who had lost all hope known for that that became the central centerpiece music for me writing team for him and then having to grow throughout the film pointed propose cast hit it out of the park Brian casts You know he did that for first class. And they just cast really good people to play the younger versions and mac android together with the room and talk about anything is it's fascinating thing in the same way fascinating to watch stewart mccallum exactly. Yeah and they could both be talking about you. Know reading the phone book and it would be completely fascinating The funny thing was i moved. I just moved to new york city. I'm living here now. And i actually went to see when they were here. We had just moved in at time. In february we went to see patrick stewart. Mcallen in no man's land right. Yeah it was great. It was great to see them together on stage. Well you see that chemistry air and it certainly translate translated so the earlier films this right to see them together at the fast bender and mccoy are continuing the tradition and i thought this movie was also an incredibly strong movie for wolverines. What he doesn't the film. Yeah i mean. He's a great thread because he's such an affable and likable character and A good wage to have in the film and And it wasn't like like ovary movie you know it's was I think he was just perfect tool she. She has a character to to basically be the nfl. It was definitely x. Men movie all the way it was right. Mix of humor and action and drama. Had a little bit of everything and the scene. Were the two professors meat. I thought match that was fantastically so well written to and i know you had to do some things to kind of blend the two together and that was nicely. Done to yeah. I had originally done multiple video layers of of superimpositions and it was like the psychedelic experience. But it was a little too out there for for the studio so we ended up. Just you know. I ended up basically putting it back to more and more straightforward than the digitally warped at work images actually the The dp one angle through a mirror and so it was ninety four but all the other angle or not so what we simply did digitally works the rest of the shots and make a little more strange. Yeah and he was a big success. And you know. I think it was received well critically and Yeah i mean you can get better than that. It's like wow the x. men are bad. they're back on the saddle again. You know and it's great to great to see them all back together with some new and old faces. It was wonderful but a lot of the original cast came back in this movie too. That was a real real treat for somebody for me too because mine. My whole diving into the x universe was To which older cast and and to come back to that was like basically going back in time for me Going back really great experience. I had to An exciting experience so it was sort of a kind of magical to go back into that world when those characters and musically and also editorially you know x. men two is actually until i would say until this one. I thought that was my favorite of all of them that came out and now at ranked this one number one and x tune out number two and then the the original one would be number three if i did a top serie offensive next tune in this one. Are you really don't know I guess this one was so so difficult to put together you. There was very little interference and We had to do so much manipulation. I did it'll pull things off. I still see that built the duct tape and the on the screen you know like fortunately i guess no one does it. I cringe at some point. Just because you know what tricks. I'm doing it it's really and My my i beyond you know. But i guess after awhile i forget about all that and fresh eyes and make a new between the two so yeah i think i think they both You know. I think they really dovetail each other. Really well and You know it puts the third movie in perspective. Were it belongs out. Say that and and and he. I like pretty much. Just keep it where it is and you can kind of look at it and and and laugh at not wanna throw popcorn at the screen as when i first saw you know the original one There's also thing where bryant understands this universe and understands these characters also and it just it really translates to the screen in really really really cool and another thing that i thought was very key behind the scenes. Is you and brian working together on an x men film. I would say that is part of the formula of the film's success. Besides the script and the actors i mean you both know each others moves and you worked so well as a team in a really made some great films together and to see that you know when i heard you were involved another part of me relaxed knowing that well. Brian scott and john's there. I'm gonna you know this one. I'm not as worried. As i was last time without brian and without john so it was like what's going on. You know right right. Well yeah i mean you know. It's nice to us that that that that system of filmmaking. That that that we have on on a film that people are actually gonna go see you waste on that energy and effort and talent on on on you know like the last one. We did which. I still feel very proud about the. You know the work on film. I was like who's going to want to see this movie. You know so. It's nice to do a film and kill yourself on knowing that people are definitely gonna go see it. Yeah it's even more inspiring to really try to knock it out the ballpark because And actually more. You're more paranoid because it relies on my everyone's gonna see this one so this is the one we we do. Our job on this was. This was really cool. I mean it just seems like the summer season is starting earlier and earlier. I mean although you movie came out at the traditional time for the beginning of summer morial day weekend well host to it was supposed to come out What when did they come out about a week from now. Yeah that's right that's right. That's what we're supposed to come out in the middle of shooting. They decided to change the release date and and so really It really accelerated things for us. So there's no time we literally got three months chopped off of our brutal. So i guess what these films. Sometimes it you have to work. Nothing is set in stone. It's almost perry fluid the way it all works nothing. You can't can't on everything on this one headline. It was probably good me because you know there was again with a time. Travel lack them all aspects of the film. You know at some point You're going around in circles and someone just has to sort of like steamship adopt and say okay. We're here let's get off the ship and And so in a way maybe it was good that we had accelerate everything so we could just stop the the craziness and then going around in circles you know. Yeah absolutely so is is time off something you're going to be doing now Yeah i hear you the only person who agent call anything right now you know. I mean it's really topic going through war to war and trying to smell rose now and jamming a life before the nothing happened. Absolutely you had a unique experience because being back next to which was in two thousand two. I mean has the superhero comic book film explosion. And you guys really at the beginning of that is that amazing. What's happened between now and then well it is. I mean i i. I don't the see a lot of period that i don't see them all but And having been a person who never was really into superhero film. Sometimes i question whether had it not been You know dove in and be part of x. Men soon and then opened up the the whole superhero universe. Whether i would be one of those people who come see. I don't know but Now i am I got some of them. And i i think for what they're big and they're they're they're eye candy for you know a lot of people and You know they know they're going to go. Have a you know a big field experience and then aside from that you know. There is the timeless team of superheroes being no the rejected people that aren't accepted in society and so forth. So i think a lot of across the board pretty universal for the valves especially the accident relate to that and then and then yet their power. They're super so. I think a lot of you know like to believe they can have those powers to get out from being the you know the the run to the family or so to speak. I think the x. Men certainly speaks to that. I think we've all felt out of place at one point of our lives or another and it's great i mean it. It teaches an ice intolerance in a message. That is was timely when you did x. To even more timely now that's great that living room sitting next to it was pretty paul. I was shocked at the studio. Would actually were completely on board with a time where you know all the sexuality we still i mean. It wasn't like the fifties or something still. I was surprised that they agreed to go. So avert with that scene but the funny thing about that scene that they should still had to be big problem with with homosexuals. Whatever would watch seeing never never got what it was really about and those who who understood what was about who have no problem with the gay whatever they got the scene. So it's kinda funny. How the scene Plays in two different on different sides. Spent watching it. Yeah exactly exactly. it's cool. That's the bobby coming out seeing knows what we're talking about. Yes that's right. That's right but i'll tell you it's it's great and actually so many since x two now so many things have happened. You know for the gay community that have been positive as well as negative like a principal just came out just yesterday and was really warmly received and we have our first openly gay professional football player so there some small strides. That are happening right now. So there's a lot to be positive about going forward. It's it's it's amazing. Frankly see things happen so quickly. Which i guess is what happens. When there's a tipping point but I never thought i would see gay marriage. My lifetime. the accepted. I in five. So many people and also start to see feel tipping point where you just realize it's a foregone conclusion now and in ten years it'll be you never state and and people are gonna have so much less problem with. Yeah i certainly hope so. But we're certainly going in that direction. only be resistance. The resistance will start slowly. Start to die down and it'll be accepted argue that more important than yes. Exactly exactly right. What's interesting is. I grew up in a generation where it was really looked down on that and yet my daughter when she was in high school she had openly gay friends. And it was no big deal. You know so. It's the next generation of of everyone knowing summer day. And you know the kids are are are out. They don't under- have no understanding. What the problem is you know the exactly know. Some of these people are normal. You know Empathetic in hard-working people who happen to be you know so it's breaking down stereotypes and You know that's why i'm hopping. I'm sure everyone everyone can see even even people who are the resistance out there. They were all going absolutely and it's going the way it should be going to me. It's like the last Like i grew up during the civil rights movement. This is like the last civil rights than that. We really one. I think probably be done with it. Move on absolutely absolutely. Just look at all unless it's people and nothing else but we can. We can get off the soapbox but it's a good one to be on. I think so. it's cool. John is such a pleasure to talk to you. We we've been talking for quite some time and Always admire your work. There's not we talked about this before. There's not many people that do but you do that. Score and editor movie. And that's why it's such a you know a a monster to wrestle with. When you do it every me we do. I complain about it. I would say this is the last time the last time. My friends are tired of hearing me say. This is the last time i ended doing again. Well he did so well in this one. And i'm i'm totally happy with the x. Men franchise right now and certainly pass along my congratulations to brian and looking forward to seeing what he does next above all an excellent storyteller all the stories. He's told looking. He's got a lot more to go boy. he's more work for you. John you take care man great to talk to you all right bye-bye now and that's our conversation with john. Minko the music of john. Laura get that and all the podcasts available at spreaker dot com. Search sifi talk. it's also available at. I told the next one. We look at. Ufo's next on a new series launching this spring so stay tuned.

john brian Fox music john heyman Jean grey stewart mccallum Brian cami greenland patrick stewart Mcallen apple wolverines bender mccoy Brian scott new york charles new york city morial
Transurfing With Deirdre and Blythe

Inspirado Projecto

1:03:04 hr | 9 months ago

Transurfing With Deirdre and Blythe

"Oh Boy Oh boy treat few today. Dear Listener. Here on Spread Project Oh, I. Have had a wonderful pleasure of interviewing blyth Baynes musician. Dear drop. Colville. Pre cognitive. They both are students. Teachers and implementers of something called Reality Trend Surfing. By Vadym Zealand. This man is still alive. Reality Trans Surfing. Encompasses remote viewing astral projection. A leaping. Between dimensions time and space continuum. And realities that one would never expect to exist in Hugh. You're going to hear all about it in this in this interview and Yeah that's all I can say about that. Here we go. This is blythe bands in you're listening to Inspir- Auto Project Oh. Listen I don't have much time but do you feel like going out of your Gourd? You could do have the cabin fever. Have you run out of Netflix to watch? It has the thought occurred. He you know what? I can make funny stuff I've been watching tick Tock I've been watching all the social. Networks and seen what kind of creativity is coming out. I could create that. Hey, you know what I wish they made a podcast about this. We know what you can make your own podcast go to anchor dot F. M.. Go to please right now make your own podcast. It's the lazy person's way to make stuff you can make a little segments you can put music on their found sounds babies laughing. Neighbors Throwing Frisbees your friends playing guitar I. It's so good Anchor Dot FM. Please get this and finally inst- Broader Project Oh let's be friends OKAY ANCHOR FM? A.. I. Get, I was just having to figure out how to get into the podcast. Oh. It's I. Know It's a little. It's a little tricky. A sometimes Now, do you have a good Internet connection over there? Okay, good Gosh. This is this is just so exciting that that we're able to talk about reality transfer because ever since you mentioned. Ever since you mentioned, let's see you. You brought up the book. Let's see. Reality Translating in seventy eight days I saw you mention one of the. The after zoom after parties. and. It's the whites I've had. That's. Linked Open on my. On my computer and I started reading it last night and. It. Doesn't seem to. ZOA has a bunch of different reality transfer from books right? Right. You have a whole series. Behind. Like friends. She join us right now. Sorry Blight. The the Internet connection cut out earlier but now we got deer trade. On the on the line here. Perfect. Though I really was so excited because his life was the one who I told me about reality transfer a DA when. We had that zoom after party during a harmonic convergence new brought that up I thought Oh. My Gosh. I know what that is. This is so great. You know someone who's actively utilizing this and then I thought, okay my dream would be able to get these ladies talking talking to shop about their experiences with realty transfer fingers if it's not, you know this is not information that's really talked about out there. It's not It's new to a lot of people. and when you're asking me about his books on the seventy eight days is a Short Synopsis Of the Trans Surfing. So you can actually learn to do it in seventy eight days versus the six hundred page book. Gotcha Gotcha now no place you're talking about that. There's another book that he wrote that you also can reading in an implementing. What was the name on? This is the I think it's called tufty the priestess and it's just yeah basically a method of you know of manifestation and I've found it to be very useful and. Just. As good as you know, it obviously implements a lot of the principles of reality transferring. Yes. I have also are possum and there's another book that's not by Medina's Eland, which is written by a friend of mine named Brian Scott. which is the reality revolution. To check that out. Tutoring you say you you share that You shared that meditation and is that. So did you meet Brian Scott through a I get to see that you're part of reality transfer feeling like a group of people who participate in this or is that how you met him or yes it's a group of people that participate in it and so he releases meditations and has a podcast. So. We do group. Every week and He also. Does insights in. Read you know in his podcast he does different. Covers different areas also, then actually enhance your use of Reality Trans Surfing. So. So how long have you been involved with this? Dear tray with grail transferral. First of all, how did you hear about it and then how long have you been? Find Yourself implementing these tactics I came across? Reality transferring on my own, not realizing that there's an intuitive side. So I was teaching myself for the past several years, these techniques, but I was coming up with them through intuition, and then I came across my friend Brian Scott. and. It was like, Oh, I know exactly what you guys are doing I until he miss. That's awesome and and how comforting to know that you've found a community of people who are you know this just their language this is just You you get a bunch of sports fans together Talk Sports, statistics you get a bunch of reality transfer of people together. They're talking about their their astounding you know revelations and explorations through time and space continuum. Yeah and it's it's inspiring because there's times when everybody. Feels like they're alone in in it's like Oh we understand what you're going through. There's another person that does reality translate into his name is Rene Garcia and she has reality TV she's the one that. Does works with. Him In the United States? promotes reality transfer fame. So she has a whole other podcast. And a facebook group on On facebook on reality transferring. So he's still around Yes yes. Without comes on your. Doug he comes on your show sometimes. He has articles on medium that he's written. That's fantastic. That's cool that he's out there talking about this stuff and. And and keeping people aware of this information now blyth how the heck did you come across reality transferring? Okay. So I, think that I found out about it from probably Aaron Dowdy on Youtube. he's a you know a spiritual youtuber. You know he's talked a lot about the law of attraction manifestation just. Raising your spiritual vibration, all this kind of stuff and then one day he started talking about. Reality. Trend. Surfing and I was like the sounds really interesting. So I went on Amazon and I offered the buck and I got it and I was just transfixed by it was just you know such interesting information and it was such a new take on everything. So I was super excited to find it. So, how soon after you found book, Did you start implementing these tactics and seeing results? Oh, Beta. Basically immediately. I think I I. Had mentioned before before the Cau- got cut off even with situations with friends that had gone awry in the past I was able to kind of transmute those situations with reality transcending. And that's when I really realized its power. And so and since then you've been utilized in this free music career, haven't you I'm yeah. Definitely. I mean I think, I I use it in many different areas of my life but That's one of them in that's been you know it's been super useful there I know that I definitely. Utilized at this time the. I basically. I head. Put out the intention to. Be played on the radio this one time. And I had visualized it and everything and I. Just kind of. Again, detached myself from the pendulum of really you know thinking that it was hard. And just really kind of lowered the level of importance. And then. Yeah meditated on that the idea of that of being on the radio and then the next day at like four PM I get this email saying, hey, you're song has been chosen to be in this thing that was basically a contest were for four days. They played it on and then they would have a vote and then whoever you know, there are two different songs mine and some other girls. and. Then there's a vote and whoever won would get on the Friday heartless show and I ended up winning and it was just so crazy because yeah it was kind of you know exactly what I had envisioned and I think at that time this was the biggest radio station that I had been on And Yeah, it was amazing. It totally works. I love it. When you hear stories like this note, no drip you've you've had. In our email exchanges from what I've seen in the in the zoom hangouts you. You, you're talking about how you work for. a lawyer who deals with accidents yes and you're able to kind of. Bring yourself to. The, to that spot to that accident and and you're able to kind of see the details and subtle a lot of things that accord PA. Yeah. I'm able to also through Reality Trans Surfing you can also access the records. And so I'm able to use. My It'd gifts to act. Went on and so. I also have a degree in it was really funny that technology so I can read medical charts. I know how to. Look at steadies and see the information. So I'm able and guided by the by source to actually find the pertinent information and write a legal brief that shows what occurred in that instance so that our clients are able to get the best results for their case I. Mean I've proven strange things like an auto accident can take out a pacemaker. Class. Astounding now, what are these people I mean that must be quite baffling to them when you go hey, guess what I know what secrets are trying to hide here during this accident who's lying and I saw you know you're busy texting and is your. Like, are they? What are their? What are the reactions to that? well, basically, we don't go into the negative side of it like I. You know I saw that. We go into what actually occurred in the accident and When you put out like a positive side, like one person was walking down the road and you were driving down the road and you hit him from behind catapulted into the ditch. you know you struck him with the mirror. There's his head, hit the windshield because there's a spider web you know of where his head struck it People can pretty much be astounded by how you write it and how it's worded you know. So it's a descriptive way to present it so that. They don't really have any other legal recourse but to. Agree to a settlement. Wow did have they want to? Have has. A. Guys. I got so many questions. Okay. So first of all, how long did it take before? You're you're. You're the guy that you worked for before he was able to fully. Embrace. Your your magical powers. He told me I was the only person that he had. That has been able to actually read those income from a medical background to know about like. One client had multiple sclerosis. So how an accident can actually. Multiple Sclerosis so he basically. told me that he was? Grateful and amazed that my ability to be able to approach it from this side because he's never had anybody that worked for him. before being able to do that and I mean the guy I mean, my boss say shown gratitude in ways like pain off my car and giving me bonuses like this last week I'm working from home right now because Kobe nineteen and you know an calls me and says, come to the office I left package and there's a new pantex camera there since I started working for him I've Gone Five dollar race you know so. Rally transfer faint definitely works of you know I it. He's Kinda sometimes he's a little difficult to work with because he's older he's seventy. So his idea of how physics work is no longer the actual way visit. So I used to be frustrated because I would have to call him to talk to them about a case and he would be like. Only one needs talk about what was going through his mind thing not me trying to. Get across to him one problem I was dealing with. So recently, I just started Sending it to him you know cognitively consciousness you know I'm going to try this way right so it took him three days to call me any what I was telling him would have never been something he would've accepted on the telephone, right? So it took me three days of sending it to him in consciousness for him to call me and tell me that he was going to do what I was wanting to do own. Wow. Wow. Wow, no. Okay. So so for instance you you brought up the idea of accessing the the Kasha records what? What's the process. but before you reality transfer, are you setting an intention To access those are you listening to buy? Neural Beats. How what might be the process that you go through? Do that? I set an intention I also I'm pre-. I'm play cognitive I've been that way all my life. So I do remote viewing. So I use remote viewing to be able to do this so. Basically I set the intention I do a meditation and I go into a meditative state where I'm able to actually Access and see what goes on. You know sometimes I it. You see it sometimes I sense it. sometimes it's well, I'm writing it. It'll just. The you'll channel it. I mean this is this is incredible I mean. Or a so so Let's see what are the visuals that you're experiencing when you go into the. The cash records. sometimes, I'll see it as a replay A lot of times. I basically. Sense it and then I it. It's kind of like not so much a visual sometimes sometimes, it's just a knowing of what occurred. I had strange things though like one day I was working out in my yard him and I saw where I live in. There was this hedge in front of it right I. thought that was really interesting. Thought came to my mind. This would be really beautiful I saw this beautiful hedge right? And I'm talking to the neighbor across the street one day and He's like, yeah, he goes. He'd lived here for forty years ago when I lived in forty years ago, there used to be a hedge in front of their. Incredible. Incredible. So blyth, what are your thoughts about this I mean when you when you when you use your real transfer thing are using visuals getting mostly just vibes are you what Kinda helps you get into the state I A for me. I think I use it mostly for manifestation but honestly, I am good at Picking, up on kind of like things that people are trying the high I've gotten very good at picking up on that And I think that. You know again, part of it is just the mental setting of believing that like secrets can't really be kept for me. But yeah, what I do kind of get in the state is I do meditate before I. Try to meditate every single day. And you know I kind of put out my intentions and everything I. Make sure that everything is kind of like leveled in terms of again like the importance and everything. And then Again lately, I've been using the tufty priests technique and I've found that that's just such a valuable technique and they talk about you know visualizing the plates kind of like behind the head. And I think that that's such an interesting. Way of of doing things like programming what you want there And yes kind of your I've been doing lately and I've been finding that it is working for sure I'm. Right. So part of that is visualization when you're using transparency. And what it actually does is it enhances. It gives the scientific basis and the tools to actually do the law of attraction. And part of it is You know actually putting yourself in the place of what it feels like to actually achieve those goals are what you're trying to manifest, and it's an intention not up. Hope you put out into the universe it's an actual intention and then. Steno towards. Manifestation it's not just like, okay I'm putting this hope out the anniversary. Then I'm GonNa, sit back and wait for. Yeah. It's so interesting because in this in place, which is about this earlier. So in in this in this one, I'm reading here about the seventy eight days. It's really cool how it's talked about how the mirror. Is, sort of representing it's no different than just a little dots on the paper. It's it's it's it represents infinity. The fact that all these possibilities already exists and it's already there and so it's just whether we want to become an in alignment with that or not. It's like it's reddening Oh my gosh, I hope that way over there makes make it speaks its way all the way over here it's more of you know what? This is what I. This is kind the train trick that I'm kind of getting out and it's the direction we're going So what like what are? Let's see I. I can imagine that as you continue to. strengthen that that. Trust. In. Indicting into that in and manifesting things I can imagine that it probably happens faster and faster. Right. To the manifestations happen faster I mean for some things definitely especially when you gain confidence in one specific area, but one thing that I've found really. Helpful as an affirmation is saying this is the reality in which this happens for me like you know and you say specific thing because that again affirms that you are on that track. Your that person. So it's kind of a kind of fum. Getting this. Image sort of like. It's your future self who was already there. Then maybe this is just you can you know hatch memories of Yeah Kasich records for that also be deserving multiple realities that you have the ability to tap into. So in meditation, we can also access your high yourself. The ability to access you know because. I. The funny part of was in my case when I was younger I. was looking at going to school to be you know a paralegal but didn't so. My boss hired me because I had other skills and I could do this right and so now it's like, okay, I know in the past I had an alternate reality where I actually did. So I just kept into that reality to do my current job because I can gain the knowledge. From this alternative reality by making it aligned with the one currently and right now. Wow how incredible I I get the image of lights. You know you can't really hug someone unless you open up your arms to them. So it's Kinda like. I imagine it's like we're inviting. Were going hey, look. We already know how to do this. Clip. I'm inviting you here to my space so we can work UNDIS- together. So blyth do you in your songs you find yourself utilizing any of these techniques any of these was knowledge to. Kinda. Fused into the lyrics or the over of for the Siamese I definitely think that my lyrics in a lot of ways are very channels because I do kind of go into a state where I'm not thinking at all when I right? It's just you know I'll tell my producer Carter my manager Carter he's both my producer, my manager I'll tell him I'm you know I just want something with this specific vibe and then start constructing the be and All kinds of just go into a mental space where. I do feel like it's channeling and do feel like the only thing that's important for me in that time is to like intend for something good to come and for me to connect to the source of all creation I think that's really how creativity can kind of like trickle down through you. is through really connecting and just You know intending that you get Salonga to right? Now. Have you been finding that putting out sort of that? I mentioned kind of like a beacon a so to speak Do. You find that you are are you getting feedback from people who are sort of a alive? Definitely. Cosmic I think a lot of the people that are attracted to my music or already on not sort of. Level of consciousness where they're into astrology they're into You know meditation all this kind of stuff and they're resonating with what I'm singing because they feel like this is a lifestyle that they are part of, and unfortunately I don't think there's enough music that's on that level of consciousness. That's you know mainstream enough for it to be relatable, and that's kind of what I wanted to do with music is give those types of people who are at that higher level of consciousness something to relate to because I know that. You know when people are really into spirituality. It can become your whole entire life and. when everything on the mainstream just kind of about you know like cars and women and all this kind of stuff. I think spiritual minded people really connect with that on. So I, just wanted to make something that. Had mainstream appeal but that was at that higher level of consciousness so that people could still you know enjoy music when they're like, you know going out with their friends to like a party or something which you know when that's going to happen again because grown of is. You know. They can still have that kind of feeling but with the lyrics being programmed in a kind of higher consciousness type of way where you know, I want the best for all of my listeners like I want to be programming them with like positive affirmations of them being valuable you know them being connected to source them being able to create their futures all this kind of stuff like I don't want it to be any kind of negative programming. And you know what? About to is actually in the book, We Hate Gays Reality Transporting surfing in it, it's about how to get other people to go along with your intentions and it's basically about. Tapping, into what's important to that person and when you do that, then they in turn want to help you manifest your intention even though they are not necessarily knowing that you're doing that's what hers. Astounding that's amazing now. Okay. So so Deirdre You had mentioned. This is like just it just explodes my brain during the during the zoom after party. You had. Well. I back this up. With. With your reality transferring in in getting more into the sort of. You know Being in the. Cosmic Quantum. Leaping. Mindset. Do feel that by doing that. That has. Invited the sort of paranormal experiences UFO. Experiences that you've had. I believe I have a science background and so. I've seen a lot of different things even beyond you know discussing like seeing the portal and I experienced them with people who are with me. So it's really interesting I'm like, did you see that and they're like yes. In any was lurking to drive and he got into a car accident and he Sorry about that I did turn that on notifications didn't. So. Anyway we literally watched the airbags format a pixel. In a car accident and I said to him Did you see that and he's like laughing he goes yeah he goes I saw and I punched my. Accident. happened. slow-motion. In time is space we are outside of time and space and I've seen that occur several times where things that have happened to me or outside. I have had. Some time to get something done and I literally. I need help. And literally stepped up by the time and space where something that would have taken me more than the date. Benin was I had like through I had like three extra hours when I was at the end of the day and I'm like, wow, I can't believe this because my boss was flabbergasted that how did you get this all done in one time in I was like well I knew that I had access and take myself out of time. So I literally thought down in my mind and so but there's been other instances to where I know that I've seen things that have been outside a time there was in space you know I was. A lot of things I know I have angels because there was another time I was with my son's girlfriend we were in a car. And there was a whole bunch of water on the road and you were going to hydroplane there was no way to stop. I drove around I cited I was gonNA drive to the ditch right and like my car's literally facing towards a tree and I'm like. Well, there's the tree, my car turn ninety degrees. And men facing the same. Direction as the road but there's a sign in the middle of where we're at right and I looked at Kelly there's sign. We passed through the signed signed came up on the backside of my. Kellyanne are both looking them. Ruby revealed laughing, right Like I'll drive with you anytime and so. You know it's happened several times and other people in the car where it's like if you're open to the back that how the universe really works, but there is a space. Pass through It's kind of like what they talked about in wear. Jesus and they talk about him walking through a wall. If we can match that frequency. We have the ability to do that, but it's Belief that that is. Possible then and you can match that frequency you can actually do things. Wow. I just imagine how cool that would be to have. You know I'm sure this has gone through many people's brains community of village of people who understand these concepts and Could you just imagine just how highly vibrational Ed community would be the inventions that would come out of their heads and? Gosh that would just be so cool because with with this, I would imagine that you could probably need other people in the. With Francis era were blight either one of you to have you been able to neat sort of. other people on the astrum. Lane remains that agreement. Ugo. Okay. Cool. We're GONNA meet out of time or we're going to meet here at the Egyptian pyramids. May Be. Go we're going to be there and then you and then you both are aware of this I we've done it in in quantum jumps as a group on reality revolution. I've also done it with a group of people. To do astral projection. What? What's that? Like what? What, what, what did you visualize your brain with with with all of the people? Did you go? Okay we're GONNA visualize this This mountain top we're gonNA. We're GONNA meet outward meet on Pluto, where what did you pick as? Well when we picked the actual hall of Records where the records were when we done. Johnson. We've done other places too like. The pleasure house. There's different places that you could actually meet in your soul knows where they are when I was teaching people to Astro projects we were all laid down in. So we were actually going into the astral plane which they're just basically learning. So they don't know where to go but I also discovered you can actually help people come out of their astro bodies. If they're afraid when we were doing it as a group, you know I would just literally over them and give them my hand and they would literally stabbed them on their bodies. So that was a way for them to actually get past the place where they weren't. Afraid or you know there was a fear are them not being able to do it? They actually saw you extended your hand they would just. Release in allow. Their self to come out of their bodies. So You can you can set a place that you WanNa meet and your soul knows where it is. It's all. It's kind of like with remote viewing you technically against somebody coordinates and they could show up there. So. Okay. So for instance, with with your when you when you saw UFO. Outside your outside, your window during. A zoom after party. Have you have you attempted to astro project into those ships or or trans served or you know any other techniques to go. Okay I'm blast out of this here angled. I haven't tried that but I do know you have the potential to remote you and do that I know that the CIA remote viewed Mars. Woke. They discover them. They saw buildings they went even back in time on Mars. and they saw that prior civilization they saw really tall. Skinny tall people that were Finn and they saw that these people were sitting in waiting for them to come back because it was after Mars's. Atmosphere and stuff had been destroyed and so they saw these buildings they went to several places on Mars and. So they there was a group of it. It to basically be able to. Try to save civilization, and there were some people that were less there on Mars and so there's a whole remote viewing where they saw these huge pyramids they went inside the buildings It's actually been released under the. Freedom of Information Act under stargate. Incredible now, Blyth, if you found yourself with astral projection stories, have you been able to who I I only have a couple of Stories of. astral travel. and. They've all kind of happened accidentally and not intentionally but I've definitely had some very strange. With like seeing the grade I don't know if you guys have. With like seeing the grade but I just been like reading a book is called the Sofia Code and I was in this meditative state and I became the consciousness of the room right and I started seeing this grid and I'm like Mrs so strange like literally you know like I've never done any like drugs and I'm seeing grin in front of me and I'm like holy cow it. Yeah. They'll turn it into space they call it zero point field. Devoid. Yeah and that's where I. Go to when I do my meditation and stuff we because that from the alternative would space from the. You're literally out of time your your existing spot that's outside time. So that's the actual space that you can create anything out of. Yeah, it's amazing. I remember when I found that book, it was called the Sofia Code. I was like I don't know what exactly this is. It might be totally Hokey, but it might be real and I started doing these activation codes and whatever it was. It ended up working because I had never been in that state of consciousness before and it was just so a totally crazy to realize that that was something that was possible for me. Okay. So once Once, you. Okay I'm. A Mansingh that once you get really familiar with these these places and you're not going oh my gosh what's what's what's in the unknown here but you you become so familiar with that language and that relationship with that stuff with the grid and all these other extraordinary things we're talking about here. Once once you become familiar with that, do you find that it didn't spires you to like? To, go even further it's Kinda like when you first start riding the bike Oh, and then you get balanced and you're like, oh now papa we you know who nominal goal Do. You find yourself like stretching further and fathering and Moeletsi. We let's try. Let's test. I've done it as a group meditation on where we did the conversation the after him it's still continues they have all the conversation. where? We did a layered meditation where there was only like. Twelve people on at that time. So everybody list. And intention that they wanted for. Their life you know and as far as the awakening, and then what we wanted as the planet and then we act I. Lead them through meditation where we activated our Macabre and the plaid and we literally jumped into that reality. And so you can do it as a group. You can set an attention as a single person but it you know it was an amazing to do it as a group of other people literally say that when they sent that energy out, they could literally will energy going out. To the future as to what we were creating individually, and they could send it that they'd never been able. To feel the connection before because you actually have to do with reality transfer in, you have to ally your heart and your mind because if they're not in alignment than your intention isn't. You'RE GONNA take yourself out of the intention because your emotions and other things are going to contradict your thoughts what you're trying to what you're intending. So you actually have to allying your Torres field. Once, you connect your tortoise field from that you're able to connect to every other Proton lecture on in the whole universe. So from that heart space, you're able to connect with every other person and everything else within reality. So from their year, actually able to. Like it's like a wormhole to other realities. Astounding so Okay. So now wonder about this. Okay. Because there are all these infinite possibilities there all those you know all these infinite possibilities. When Let's see. When when you're speaking of everybody putting out the intention for. The for humanity and the planet. And all these wonderful wonderful intentions. Y. Let's see what Is this an intention for Ben? Let's see how since there infinite possibilities in infinite you know all these different things which which are those intentions. intended. For. Like is one of those things where you're like, okay, we're putting out these intentions. So no matter which decisions I ever make in the future, it will always hold true. that that that this wonderful intention for humanity and the planet is going to come to fruition I don't even know if I. What hers is because we're all connected into consciousness. when A group of people established an agreement there pendulums. We have pendulum said, hey. So when a group of people agree to a certain belief that it manifests into reality and there's negative pendulums and there's positive pendulums like an example would be the Republican. Party is pendulum. The Democratic Party's is the pendulum. and what we give our energy to is We can either give our energy towards the pendulum is something that we want intend to manifest or if we're fighting a pendulum in in a weird slough, still giving her energy to it, but instead we wind up giving away aware and ninety instead of being able to use it to create. Incredible right. So there's that idea of going to something think about what you do once not link. Oh, I. Hope this doesn't happen. You're going. This is what? This, this is the direction ongoing and so. You reach a critical load. In where enough people believe a specific thing? That's when a manifestation occurs. So as far as the planet is concerned, if we can get enough people on a leaf level than we can create what future is actually manifested on the land. I love it. You know which makes so much sense because I I recently read an article Mark Sims put a little a screen shot at this article that was up and it said that three hundred, ninety nine a UFO's were reported in the month of July and I. Thought How beautiful is that we just had the Carmona convergence July. Fifth and the fourteenth were were putting out that intention of inviting are star Star family to show up, and so it was really cool to see that connection. It really was so exciting. So So blights if you had a UFO. I think I told you about the one time that I saw the flying saucer. I might have mentioned that but it wasn't more. Okay. So first of all, it wasn't flying, but it was on like a Was I think it was like CHP was escorting this thing that straight up looked like a flying saucer. A bunch of cars were in front of it and behind it, and this was just when I was on the way home from Vegas with my mother and I was asleep and she literally woke me up and she's like test you have to see this. On I wake up and I, look over to the side end it literally looked like a flying saucer and the CHP was like escorting it. And it was covered by something, but it straight up legitimately looked like a saucer. So that's my only experience of seeing something of that nature and again, it wasn't in the air but it did look very you know suspiciously like a saucer. Right when they got all those protections around your area, really is under that boy. Sides of it, and so it was just like, oh It was very strange. We'd never seen anything like that. And my other two experiences with the harmonic convergence and the second one was being woke up after we did that through a meditation and I had you know mom sleep and. I woke up to this slight vibration going through my body in this light and my dog was markings that's use my dog sentenced it. You know. And when I sat up and looked. There was these Geometric shapes that were lake in the air around just floating in the air and when I was describing that to mark since he goes that was a portal. Wow. So did that look different to you than the grid that the the es it was very different it was like because he was. When Mark Sims explained it. He was basically saying it was like a five dimensional object being projected into third dimensional plane. So what I was seeing where these geometric shapes. So it was like like a circle with these shapes, the floating in the air around Lak-, a beam you know. Amazing now. Okay. So does the grit some with something like that because we always hear about this about sacred geometry? Were any of those was any that. A secret geometry was any of that sort of familiar in in the and what you saw there. Yeah the. The geometric shapes where I knew exactly what they were and they were different shapes and it was kind of weird because they were like floating in the air. I've had experiences with tests were even gotten to the place where I been outside of meditation where I can literally see everything hanging like I've been in my apartment in just laughing because I can see everything literally hanging in space. Then space time where nothing was really attached to anything it was kind of like being in. One of the twilights videos where you could literally sense everything just being in space. WHOA. Wow so so okay Now I I would imagine that that having a kind of relationship with with the all that is in this fashion. I can imagine that this could also jump start some really interesting dreams to right. the. It part of that is lucid dreaming. So people don't realize that lucid dreaming remote viewing and astral projection are all types of astral projection. And Lucid Dreaming Actually you could incorporate lucid dreaming in with transferring. So. It's basically a time period. Before you go to sleep or when you wake up in the morning when your brain is still within a certain frequency that you're able to do what they call the slide in a part of the slide in part of visualization slide is where. The feeling what would feel like to be what you're trying your intention is. So the visualization you can use lucid dreaming where you're actually that period before you go to sleep, you're envisioning what you want your intention to be what you're trying to create. If you're trying to manifest partner a perfect life partner than you visualize what it would be like to live with that, it feels like when you wake up in the morning different events like having lunch with them, what people would say So, by doing this, it does your mind. It doesn't matter if it's it can't tell the difference between what's going on in reality or whether it's something that's created by the mind as long as your heart and your mind have errands so you can feel. What you're trying to intend that is the key to the actual ability to manifest it to actually created within. In time and so light. You can also use different. So you can go to a place where he felt this real, it enjoy and really excitement that was at. Maybe. You went to a concert are to a sporting event and you can literally remember animal are some feeling you had when your child was more. You can literally go back and just feel that emotion from when you were actually doing that and take that emotion and moving. And then feel that in what you're intending, what you're trying to create, and so that was basically is the ability to utilize energy infrequency stir create what you WanNa create because translating you actually end especially if you WANNA, do quantum jumping and stuff the you actually have to use A certain amount of energy to do that. So. There's. You know they used to us gone, which is a way to generate body and our energy in your body. Spinning your McCullough's when you're doing the meditation. Actually technically can spend your Merkavas and they were talking about Trans Surfing in the law one talks about it that the way. You would have to be able to go into space ship is you would literally have to. Your, you can generate a force field within your body with your metabolism. People realize that have you heard about the? Thing you know when you're activating your macabre, how these black helicopters will start flying overhead. You know that happened with mark, Sims when we were doing that meditation with me, it was wild. And yes. So a Merkava and that was one of the things about Ryan's values talking about and he was trying to figure out how to do it like it's like storm energy because I was watching him on this assistant. You know when I was doing this medications I intuitive sense things I like standing there and I'm feeling like Tornado. When you activate your Mugabe's, it's been a tornado because you have three different Spinning different directions right. In so Brian that was trying to figure out you know, why do you get the GM lipstick your hands out like they did in? The series would will you know? Put Your hands out is A. Thunderstorm. When lightning strikes, it creates anti-matter. If when young literally stick your hands out, you can because all of the energy is in the in the zero point healed space. There, is more energy in space. Anything else. It's just that's what everything is created audit. So by literally tapping into the field, you can just literally imagine yourself being charged by it. So. So blight when you were saying with when you're spinning, the Macabre. Habra, and and you sell black helicopters what? What was the? What was the where we've? I'm trying to our luckily. Park and I was doing this activation. Meditation with. my friend Giovane and were just like in the park you know trying to do this Merkava activation meditating and I had heard you know from the Internet that people had had this black helicopter experience I was like that sounds crazy like that's not gonNa Happen and then you know we're meditating and he's helicopters these black helicopters flying above us in circling a right over where we are and this is again a park. and it was just so bizarre and they stayed there for quite a while like you know. You know it wasn't like they were. Just trying to like pass the area wasn't just like they flew above and then left they kind of circled around from it and so. It was pretty crazy. I was just you know. I was shocked because I thought that you know that wouldn't actually happen, but it did. So I, think that there know agencies that can definitely detect that kind of energy. Coming from wherever it's coming from and they they must be just trying to figure out what it is. While you're creating a torsion. So yeah, that's a huge amount of energy and. So. When we? When you're doing your meditations and your digitalization. You build up this energy in your body, and so before you activate your Platt when you visualize what you want, activate your Platt in the. Fall in. Down the -ality the amount of energy. that it takes to. That was part of the group VISUALIZE ATION When I did it with the group, they relied amazed at the amount of energy that they literally brought up in their own body. They. Could feel it and then they sent that energy that out into universe as. the visualization of they wanted to see a cook. Only, Gosh this is incredible deirdre. Yuka. Where where can people find the the group that you're referring to is this is this by like you know if is it by referral basis? Is it something that people can just sign up for both both reality? TV is on Youtube and Brian Scott is reality revolution dot com are he's on facebook at the reality revolution the also releases his podcast and meditations on Youtube. Fantastic this is great i. got this. I can't tell you how much buzzing right now just with all this information love this. I love this now Blyth, what's your recent song this out because we got about about. About eight minutes here before it hangs up on me, but hangs up on a split. What's what's the recent song that you have in how semi most recent song is called Siren? It's about the myth and the archetype of the siren who lures sailors out to see and then. Yeah you know who basically leaves them to their deaths ahead. I is like I think it'd be fun to you know do some songs about these archetypes because I think they're so relevant and You know when people start seeing archetypes in their own life and in mythology, and then all these stories they they start to you know have a better understanding of the way the world works and so. Yeah I wanted to do a song about this one. You can find it on spotify on apple music. On all the streaming services. And Yeah. That's basically of out of. Note do you have any plans to write any books about any experiences at some point? Yeah. For sure because I've just had so many strange experiences in terms of especially my synchronicity is like it'll just be some crazy stuff and like life will just lead me into the craziest places to befriending the exact people that I need to be friends with for this other thing to happen, and it's just been this whole saga. I think I told you about my whole seven, seven seven saga while back and I'll. See you know seven, seven, seven. In these very strange ways or you know like you know I'll meet someone and they'll have seven seven seven in their number, and then that person will end up again having all kinds of other synchronous cities with me and then ending up being my best friend and just all kinds of weird stuff. So it's been it's been a journey. and. I'm you know just following it along so and creating. Co creating with it as I go. I love it. I love the secret cities. Now do you do find that a lot more synchronicity is pop up in your life when you're? When you're involved with reality transfer yeah. They do because you universe in the source, they're there to support you. And so when you wanted to things like he's talking about in Tufty is. Realizing that you're in a script. and. How you actually activate white you're in is to step back and say icy myself and I see reality because it's The only way we can change it is to actually. See, the broad picture of it and step back from it, and at that point, then we're able to realize Oh, look there's a pendulum right year I. You know you can in how you actually nullify pendulum as you do the opposite or he nor. You know and so by not engaging with it is the only way that you can provide the pendulum from taking your energy so. As. She saying that's part of it is to realizing that we're in a strip and that we have the ability to control that goes on in that but we're aware in our present moment. I just love it. I I off their some some the most delicious material. I could. I could ever injustice the synchronicity that I'm. Finding that I'm in my intuition and I'm going over here. All my gosh. Yeah. The it just leads you to the Gold Mine. Now now do a plans on publishing any bookstore writing about any your experiences deirdre. Ya but not like she said at the present moment I am. At the moment absorbing with Universe is giving the showing me and. I actually have multiple degrees. One of mine is also in communication broadcasting. So probably eventually I will but. At the moment, I am just Absorbing taking with Universes, teaching me and I. JUST WANNA courage everybody to realize that if you WANNA play with the universe universal playback with you and I mean I've had some crazy experiences like. If you realize we set something down when you're in a higher frequency. Sometimes it. It's not where you thought. You put it i. mean realize that I said that when I was in five DNA now back in three. Back. You know one time either have to go to that frequency, retrieve it because you know you suck something down and talk but it's not there right now. Looking for my Mascara I knew where I set it down, you know and I said. Okay give it back right literally. I was joking laughed at the give it back through. I thought up. Shell. Out of Michelle falling on the floor and I'm like okay. Credible crazy. Definitely that happened to with Blake just. Yeah, one of my pairs of glasses got broken. And I thought that I was like I'm not going to be able to drive home because I can't see but then you know I checked before 'cause. I also have two pairs and the pair of glasses was not there and then I checked again it was there. So. I have manifesto glasses out of nowhere basically. I love. Oh my God ladies thank you so much for for carving time out of your day talking about this cosmic with them. It's just it's so enlightening I can't wait to share this. It's going to go out to. Probably thirty different. PODCAST APPS actually any anywhere that People listen to their favorite podcasts. So it'll be on spotify in tune in apple podcast Google podcast whole bunch places. So thank you. Thank you so much for being on the show. I. Thank you. Is. Nice Neat. New Life. I will definitely go check out your song on 'em Nice meeting you as well. I definitely want to check out these like reality translating groups also have watched Rene, Garcia his Youtube, and I love that. any I'll have to I'll have to like check all that Kinda stuff out. Yeah. Yeah and I do love Aaron ABC key to I listened his stuff so. Well. Thank you ladies, I. You have given so much knowledge here and just made up. This was taught in schools to little kids at an early age learning how to transfer Holy Moly. All right latest, we have a great day in L. Paso. This link is. Great you guys by. A. Make it all and. You're listening to Inspir- auto for check though.

blyth Baynes Mars facebook Rene Garcia Mark Sims Brian Scott Youtube. Deirdre You spotify Netflix Sclerosis Inspir Brian Scott. Vadym Zealand Sofia Code United States Amazon apple Gold Mine
iPhone 13  we got leaks!  (CC #480!)

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

1:22:45 hr | 2 months ago

iPhone 13 we got leaks! (CC #480!)

"This morning brian scott made a career decision. He decided to be an astronaut. His first giant step learning to use an apple apple twos teaching more subjects and more schools than any other computer. So whatever. Brian wants to be an apple. Personal computer can help him be it. Hasn't this afternoon. It's a marine biologist. The apple two. There's no telling how far it can take you. Ask the best thirty plus album conversation. You're gonna hear all week long. I'm your host airfreight elijah after witnessing some of his monster. Clouds rapper sean. Combs has relinquished. The monica puff daddy to our new reigning champion. He's also the founder of leander. Candy is here with us. He hasn't left his house or showers. The lockdown began and now he's developed an odd habit of muttering something about his precious whilst walking all weird over at his house. Yeltsin likes petting jewelry. Magic editor goal. Toback louis walks in the house. Bit might be true but the showering bid that is fake news. Daily showers whether or not. I'm just glad that you're put on some clothes and aren't wearing your loincloth walking around the house although we did get a little flash what. It might look like here early. Be careful what you think about what you ask for. Lewis busted off his shirt. I'm going to have to edit that that clip in somehow he got angry and his circe straight up flash. I can't believe his pack is just out of control. He's clearly been doing. pushups situps. So that apple fitness core workout training. That is that the secret have either guys tried any of the apple fitness stuff. Yes how are you liking it so far. You know what. I actually really like the those those core things they had little ten minute core workouts. And i'm like yeah ten minutes. Whatever right you know. And i mean this is not my kind of thing. I'm not a jim guy. None of this stuff seems to make any sense to me. But i'm like. I got the free thing. I'll give it a shot. I and my. Wow that was actually pretty interesting. And i felt pretty good and different afterward and the next morning we woke up sore as can be could move ten minutes just contortions and you know it's it's literally i mean at most. You have a little dumbbell to you like wave from side to side. It feels i. Honestly i was like i cannot believe that that this is going to do anything but yeah it felt and also ten minutes. I mean it's dan minutes so yeah i definitely recommend it. I mean it's you know they're pretty positive. People you know other jars families do this. Style off. Prices thrown smile. That's not exactly my style either but ten minutes a day i definitely recommend it and i felt i did it every day. Four days. I felt better at the end of that we than i did at the beginning of that week. You're going all in so you got your little two and a half pound barbell that you're shaking from side to side. You have ten pounder ten times. No not scared of the shake way. Once you're proud of how do you like the shake. you still plenty useless wa. I bet you if you actually did it on a consistent monetize us for this action right here. That actually be a good workout for you know. I tried it and end up in the basement and then we got rid of it and it was completely worthless. You didn't get tied. Your arms didn't get tired with all the shaking. No you could. Do you feel a thing. My all those muscles were so developed at the shake weight did actually hope they still sell it. I think so. Yeah that was a classic. It's probably sold on. It's probably sold in like spencer's those novelty gift shops. It's too good of a product just from a job perspective from a mean perspective to not sell even if it does nothing for you and it doesn't actually help your biser tries in any way just the just. The motion of that of that product is is alone. What will what will sell it all right. Well look where ready so far off the tracks. Let me just go into the pre show action here until you guys what we're gonna be talking about. You'll lost talk about with iphone. Thirteen iphone thirteen could have some really cool features and we have some weeks that that came out this week. And we'll be talking about everything that you can expect an iphone thirteen. I am on the cusp of by an iphone twelve. But i'm resistant especially now that i've read some of this information. I think i might have the strength to hold out and wait for iphone thirteen. It looks like it's going to have some really cool stuff and we'll talk about the new emoji. come into iphone. I was fourteen point five and normally we wouldn't talk about emoji but finally these are going to allow later canaan all use donors to communicate without using words. Which is what you want. When you've just blown the biggest cloud known to mankind into the atmosphere you don't wanna use words you just want to communicate and pictures and now you'll be able to do that. We're going to talk a little bit about apple music. I've been testing apple music. They gave me a three three month. Free trial and so i kind of try to put this video alma youtube channel talking about using the airpods max with apple music which totally transform the airpods max. I couldn't believe how much better they sounded. And now that. I'm using apple music. It's changed a lot since they have originally released it and they've added some really cool features like the lyrics mode is really cool so we'll touch on some of that stuff and just some of the cool features with apple music. If you don't have a lot of apple music experience you might find this to be interesting at least educational and there's some there's some features in there that i hope spotify will copy and then we're going to wrap up with an all new what we're into the segment where we just talk about. Whatever we're into like shows movies glass long glass gandalf pops in leander's case you know whatever we have been using a lot of or watching a lot of injecting a lot of you know a of that stuff before we dive into all the fun and there's going to be so much fun. Let me give a thank you to squarespace for supporting this episode. Let me hop on into browser mode. Oh shoot did i have this lined up. Oh yeah there we go no. I don't. I'm just talking as i do this to map. There we go squarespace dot com forward slash. Podcast squarespace is where you need to head. If you need a website. I have to squarespace websites. I pay them. Because they're just so gaul darn easy to build everything's drag and drop and incredibly powerful so they have all these modules that you control. And you move everything around customize everything to make your website look uniquely yours and you have a website that you love the look of and you don't need to know how to do anything technical. They make it super easy to build super easy to manage yourself and you'll have a beautiful website up quickly. You can create a blog. You can create a website for your business you to create a personal website that highlights your portfolio. You can build an online store. They make it really easy to put your resume online or highlight some of your skills and that will help you find a job especially if you're a designer something coming out of school you can create a website that what you're good at and the best part is is the auto magically will make your website look good on any device that visits you pick a template and the templates are are arranged in such a way that they'll look good on an iphone look good on an ipad a computer. Pc amac name it. So if you still don't have a website head on over to squarespace dot com forward slash. Podcast get started build a website. See how you like it. If you like. Which have at the end of the trout. You can use code cass at checkout to save ten percent off your first purchase at squarespace.com for its cast. And if you do year of service at one time. Which is what i do. You get a additional discount. Plus a free donate free domain name at squarespace.com forward slash co cast okay. Let's hop on in two iphone thirteen. Louis there's a lot to talk about here. And i need some. I need some affirmations. That i'm doing the right thing by waiting for iphone thirteen because i have this old. Crusty dusty musty iphone eleven pro here and i love it but the camera is the limiting factor. You know because they limit the night mode to the the regular camera and not on wide angle or not until photo which is a problem for me to be honest with you. So let's talk about iphone thirteen. Why should we be excited about iphone. Thirteen well it could be the first iphone with an always on display. Sounds actually really liked that a lot. And i'm surprised that they haven't done that before. Yeah it might be a lot like the always on screen on the latest apple. Watch according to an unconfirmed report and The other thing that the iphone might add is a portrait mode for video. Which is probably something that you like right. That would be great. Yeah i would. I feel like i would use that all the time like even more than portrait mode for for like the photo mode. Yeah i mean if you're doing video sure I don't know how many videos of my cats need but let's see a cavity as lewis. This stuff is coming from max weinbach. The e who are story says has a moderately reliable reputation for predicting details of future apple products but You know there's just more indication that maybe this isn't just going to be kind of speed bump version of the current models and so maybe you are actually doing the right thing by out. Hold out holdout font. Don't plug it. I'm going to promises. But i'm trying my best. So what weinbach says that You know one of the standout features is a screens. Never gonna turn off the iphone. Thirteen iphone twelve. Asked who knows what they're going to call it. We've heard rumors that they're not gonna call it a thirteen. Just because know padlock go come on. They got a call thirteen. Let's skip. I don't know Supposedly the clock and battery icon will always be shown and notifications light up temporarily Let's see kind of common thing and android phones. Apparently don't know myself. Because i don't use them but It sounds like something that would be awesome. I know that for instance the always on screen on the apple watch six versus apple. Watch four very very different and definitely. I think that having a phone that had that would also be good and it would make you feel like you've got the the latest greatest thing and would actually be useful. It would be so you spoil. You can just glance down and see what time it is if you. Because that's the one reason why well sometimes it's under my jacket sleeve completely lame leeann always on clog always on battery indicator what are you talking about. It's life changing on the apple. Watch lie awake cheaters. Watch melissa watch yeah. I mean that's kinda you know you do want to on the phone. It doesn't like i said the android phones forever and it's just like a big you know who has. I'm in if it did if it if it did crazy. You know animations all well. That's the thing i mean you know. It's a if they enable this capability than who knows what they use it for right. I mean and don't you think that the way that they use it on the watch is very compelling. I find to be awesome watching. Come into focus. As as i raised my wrist or whatever you know i think it just makes it seem kind of magical compared to the old one just like often dead useless until absolutely i don't know to me. It seems like a a i mean. It's always on my watch to save battery life. God really how could you do that. I didn't even really notice. I just realized i did that. God even. I didn't even know you could do that. But having always on display on the apple watch is is a transcended feature. It turns the watch into something. That's kind of annoying to us to something. That's actually a useful tool and it gives the gadget like a soul turns it into like an appliance. Just always there when you detail that you might see. I can't believe. I can't fathom that you would ever turn off that feature. It's so immensely useful and how. How much battery life does it possibly add. You get like double the battery thirty six hours of battery life. It doesn't it makes. It makes a big difference. Look at my face. this is my dubious. Don't believe you. I guess that maybe you get an extra two hours of battery life. Maybe i i was running a battery. I think like at the end of the day and so dollars. What a six. Yeah but i think I might have been doing something that was during the battery charging. Yeah i think it was doing something with it that that that made it drain quicker so you think that maybe there was something else going on. That was during the battery at the same time. The same laws i attended. The battery lasts a long. So i don't know which which apple watch. You have reality this six six so six big thing is do you turn thing on you do bike workouts right so you put it on for like a four hour. Bike ride Well they usually. Yeah well no. I don i mean kind of yes and no like i had been tending it on but then it doubles up the workouts and Strava impulsive work has from the black computer from the watch. And i wanted to keep the computer on bullets alike. Manily someone like graham would would manually manage these things right so i stopped doing it. And it kind of run. And i was gonna do for the because i wanted to get the the video to max measurements. But it doesn't do for rides. That does it for runs. So what actually did this last week. I it's when i took a bike ride. I told the watch it was actually a run instead of a bike. Ride a special email from tim. Cook on you our commercial now. Twenty miles an hour miles. Yeah well haven't done the second one yet. So i don't know where the measurements but I'm hoping that will work. That's really funny. I was. I was driving the other day and i was using apple maps and it was taken me the most bizarre way to go to this training walking direction. I figured i'd the walking directions on and they feel like that's something they should automatically detect and they should say hey. Are you in your car. Because you're walking sixty miles an hour. We switch modes because the directions. We gave you certainly are not meant for someone. Who's in a car. Okay sorry louis. We got some more stuff in here. Is that all of it. I think that might be all of it. So always on display ya go. You know the The portrait video which would Dan the what is it called. Polka polka polka. Remember book boca. bill can never remember anyway. basically lets you blur out the background. It makes it. look you know. Pro looking video right so He also says this. This sounds odd to me. That the twenty twenty one iphone will also includes stronger magnets magsi because apparently the first version wasn't quite as he says as sturdy but i think he means justin enroll as much of a grip as apple. Was hoping yeah. I've heard that same thing especially from people who had the apple wallet that attached phone. Which i think is a really bad idea because if your wallet accidentally comes detached from the case which apparently is happening to some people especially because you're pushing into your pocket and sometimes your genes will catch it and then the wallet will just come off. So you've gotta have serious magnetism to prevent that from from coming off the phone and then also if you have connected to like stand stand or something. That's using the magnets. Then they need to have a really strong magnetic field magnetic field. Let me talk about magnetic. So i know so much about magnetic got to have a really strong magnetic field to hold the iphone on their when going over bumps and stuff so i can see why they'd wanna make this connection stronger when i saw. My mom has the newest greatest iphone and she has a magazine charter as well and i was just playing around with it and it comes off surprisingly easy for something that's supposed to have. Well that's supposed to be able to support a wallets and support a charging stand or something that holds your phone while you're driving if not as strong as i was expecting it to be. You have one rightly under are. Do you have the magazine charger. I but i never. I never use it. What is it just too slow. I just like i just. I just plunkett on top of cheat charger and I don't even know where it is economic loss to the ready But yeah i didn't. I haven't really used it yet. I i was going to be disappointed by the max safe accessories. i mean. nothing's really sort of you. Know jumped out at me as as really useful that the wall and So you stick in you you know you competent of qods in it to be it holds it up nokia suite around a little bit lewis and see what happens. I don't think i want to do that. But of course a two week i. That's the only magazine i haven't. I actually have plugged in pathetic. I'm surprised that you guys don't use the maximum charger. More often isn't that what are the safe is on. The headphones is on the airpods. Max like that would be. I think a good place save charge. It wouldn't it well. Yeah i think they should add maxine to everything quite honestly it may. Maybe eventually they will. But i thought that that feature was one of the marquee features of the new iphone twelve. So i'm surprised that both guys just seem like you don't use it. So lewis what do you use to turn your phone chee charger like. Why did you choose safe to be honest. It's just because it's plugged in. I've got i've got little charters all over the house right. I mean yeah. I can honestly like the reason. I don't use this thing as much as i should is. Because it didn't come with a little charger all charter. And i don't have one i haven't bought. I haven't taken the time to find a powerful enough wall charger to get this thing to to work at at the maximum rate. So i just. I got around to it. I mean a lousy with too many charges. When i have used it and it definitely does charge it quickly and i definitely like it but i mean to be honest the cable. I don't know it doesn't fit into my amazingly. I'm sure you can just imagine how incredibly pristine. Everything is my desk right. Oh absolutely king of neat freaks. Yeah i just. I just haven't i don't know it it. It's fine. i like it. And when i stumbled one the proper. You know 20-watt Wall charger while adapter. I will go ahead and find a place to put. But i've just i've got so many all all round already. I just i suppose. I could retire one of the old ones but most of the ones i have do multiple devices at once. So that's another reason like i. I like to be able to charge the phone in the airpods at the same time on the same thing. It is kind of weird that they don't include the actual wall doctor and that you have to go out and buy one separately and i think for some people. That is a strange well that that's a strange processed half ago through so you get the charging accessory but now you need to buy a brick so that you're charging accessory will actually charge and then you go on amazon or something and there's like a thousand different ones that you can buy and you're like. Is this compatible with the one that i have. It's charging technology is. It's so strange right now. We're we're in the middle of the new charging tech and the old charging tech so the stuff that has been around forever like the twelve watt ipad chargers. And then there's this whole new line of gallium nitrite chargers which are now on the market which are really powerful and you get tiny little charging that will charge your macbook pro at one hundred watts which was never possible before you could. hardly find. Hundred watt charger. Let alone one. That was small. But it's interesting because i was charging my phone in the car recently in the car charge that i have. I've had for a while and it can barely charge my iphone. Eleven pro and finally occurred to me. Maybe i should look for a more powerful one. Maybe there's something out there that's more powerful and lo and behold they have a ton of more powerful ones on the market right now so the the one that i had i think was probably might have been five watts possibly twelve watts so i just bought another one for twelve. I think it's made by ungava and thirty six watts. It's a thirty six. What car charger. Which means you can charge to y phones at eighteen watts. A piece which is almost the maximum charging wanted to take the maximum is twenty. So you can charge two iphones. Almost turbo charged them both at the same time. So just want to throw out there. Have you have a bunch of old charging tech now. Might be a good time to upgrade your charging because the prices have come down a lot of this stuff and they'll charge your iphone way faster. Excuse me and if you have a newer phoned the batteries on these new phones are much larger than they used to be and it takes a long time to charge. Especially if you're using. Gps or something at the same time unless you have a newer charger so if you haven't upgraded charges in a while now might be a good time to do that. I don't know how i got into that. Little diatribe interesting though. I mean you know the we ran up on this show. These new charges and Which ones are the good ones Every time i plug it in. I get a message saying that. You know this accessory to won't work with your iphone really remember those messages. Yeah like the one of the cow. That's my plugged. It in and said this accessory won't work with this life for some reason that must be really old fury or or or did you get some off market brand. I would get a a well known brand. I mean you don't have to buy apple but by something like uncle or ocoee or there are some of the brands That escaped me go hockey. I mean they went big brands until this last year. So it with a. I mean they've they've been up and coming brands with a couple years but they definitely have. I got the. They've earned reputation this last year. I'd say what's crazy about those brands to is and this is the power of amazon. Those brands wouldn't have existed if if not for amazon right. And how hard is it. That i think one of them is i think one or both amazon. Only i mean they. They launched it to to to to to I remember reading about am i. They they loan specifically to to sell an amazon. I mean that was a distribution channel. It's a it was an amazon. Only brand they might have expanded now to other channels but i believe that's how they got started. I never heard that our something. Yeah yeah you know. It's it's a big. It's a big headache distribution channel. And if you just concentrate on amazon. Initially things a lot easier. Yeah have you can build an have. You could build a brand on amazon so for for those of you that that follow me on twitter and style getting its shenanigans which has been interesting. I've heard a lot of stuff is also turned into a horrible nightmare. But you could make a lot of money on amazon and launching a new product if you market it well and you get in your ranked on amazon. Basically just will build critical mass. And you'll just sell tons of that product and there are people out there that's all they do is they. They figure out products on amazon and it isn't even necessarily have to be like some revolutionary new product but they'll market it. Well it will get range while on amazon and then from that point forward boom prophet city. Like there's one guy that i watch youtube videos from occasionally and he's making like fifty grand a month. He's in his twenty s. He's making like fifty grand a month selling products on amazon because it's product is ranked well and so people just keep buying it because you'll search for a product and amazon amazon brings up all those search results right and people usually by. What's on the first page or to what you son. Honestly and people who are selling products and making lot of money from their products oftentimes don't want to talk about the product. They're selling right 'cause they don't want competition but previously if you wanted to market a product and make it and have have a successful product you had to get it into like retail outlets. Imagine how hard that would be. But now you just launch it on amazon and there's all these unknown brands that are unknown virtually everywhere except on amazon. So if you best buy you would never see that brand but on amazon. It's like the top brand for that one category. It's really weird anyway. One other feature one dimension is apple has won a patent for a variable refresh rate. Up to two hundred forty hertz. Do i have this up right now. I thought i did. Oh yeah. I'm on it so good. If you're hoping that apple we bring promotion to thirteen. Look we all want promos. And we've been talking about promotion forever on an iphone and it seems like it might finally happen with with refresh rates up to two hundred and forty two hundred forty hertz. And possibly even beyond that. So it'd be it would be cool because your phone can ramp up the refresh rate when it needed to. If you're playing a game or something but then bring it back down when you didn't need it so that you conserve battery life and this this feature is becoming popular in the world of tanks ones. So a lot of tv's. These days will support this feature and gaming consoles can have variable refresh rates to bring you a more smoother experience a smoother experience on up more smoother experience. I wanted to speak like a total moron apologized to louis for that. And have you have silky smooth scrolls. It would have thunder strike. Isn't it. Hurts the the high refresh rate is as many when scrolling. It just makes it smoother. Are there any other benefits gaming. So when the pixels are moving around and games and then also another big one would be apple pencil. So you're driving driving with your apple pencil and the response rates. Your apple pencil would probably be much shorter and smoother. It would feel like a more natural writing experience. So if you're an artist you would probably want to have a higher refresh rate in those kinds of scenarios. So you're drawing isn't constantly lagging behind what you're actually doing. You know so that could be another feature as well so around looking mike. It's going to be a very highly desirable. Phone with lots of very cool features. That going to be revolutionary. And if you're coming from android are you are following anything that's happening in the android world. They're gonna roll their eyes at you and be like. Oh you're getting variable refresh rate to. Okay what's side loading apps. Oh man that would be. That would be a great feature if apple just said. Hey you know what. We're not gonna let certain apps in the app store but if you want side load them go ahead. And that's a much needed feature and there's no reason other than profit motive in my humble opinion that they're not adding that. Why should you not be able to load. Whatever you want on your iphone siloed like you can do on android. that's one feature. I feel like a lot of us would use. Okay let's talk about some emoji coming to everyone's iphones leander. You don't need to buy new iphone to get the best new features. And i knew that you probably choked and blew out a huge plume of smoke when you saw the story. You're like finally a way to communicate with all my friends. Well yeah so. The new beta of irs. Fourteen thousand five the second beta which the public yesterday and developers there in the week. has two hundred and seventy one new emojis in it And there's some pretty cool ones New faces and new What was the one. The one that everyone's going crackers over is Cinema which one the cinnabon is yeah. Goofy lookin' mouth but also one as you In my My esteemed colleague alia a face in the clouds seemed showed him right now. I feel like these are in the wrong order. So you start off browser yet you start off with this one right on the left and then you move to this one on the right. This is the state that leaner keeney perpetually lives right here we're his face is is face just obscured by the cloud all you see her as is and then he goes into in amman. This is the face that he makes when you're talking to him and trying to explain something you don't realize that he just has come through these first two phases and then you realize he's actually not even listening to you. He is traversing imaginary. World is own mind and his guide has bigfoot and they're climbing trees and going on raft trips together. Have you seen today's st in the pick of destiny. Leader was a gold tenacious. D in the pick of destiny. Now you're seeing them. You haven't used your. Actually you might really like it. I thought it was going to be an app an absolutely horrendous movie. It's jack black. Kyle gass and it is a fantastic movie. It's about these two guys who wanna start their own. Rock band called tenacious d and they're on an escapade trying to obtain this guitar. Pick like this like this demon. Infused guitar pick that they discover all the most famous rock guitar players have had and no one knew about it. And so they're trying to go on this quest. Get this pick so that their band will have the pick of destiny and can be like the most popular rock band. There's a scene in it that well actually i want. I don't want to spoil it for anyone. But there's this scene where jack black is on some kind of Illegal substance and he goes on this trip and his own mind's i through like this magical forest and bigfoot is his dad and is this guy through this magical thinking about oh dude. It's great you actually might really like it. It's it's it's got all of the the classics donor tropes that that will make you laugh so bring your bring your snapple. And you'll be ready to go so they added a bunch of new emojis. I'm scrolling through some of them here. We got our hearts of fire which is a great song by the way hearts afire. Search for on your music streaming application of choice. We've got a broken heart era in bandages on it. They got a bunch of gender stuff ending heart. i think it's called amenity. Heart they They they changed the had to look like airpods max. The there was something else here that i was going to show them. They got the beard a woman in here. Now the got biracial couples. Which how do they not have that before. That is kind of surprising. So now you can have on emoji for that. I think that pretty much wraps up all the most major ones This change the The needle sensitive it dripping blood covert vaccine which sorry was not on browser mode during all of this. I was just in here showing my face as i was describing apologies for that. Yeah so yeah well not for all of them just for like half of it. So sorry about that so yeah. They've got one. We're used to be a a syringe full of blood and there was blood dripping from the syringe. That seems like a bad idea so long it seems like they never sort of launched that one in the first place. This one looks a lot more benign. It's like a pleasant little needle with nothing. But being it's just a noxious not harmful in there at all and certainly your arms not going to squirt blood when they pull the neal out of your arm so there you go but i think clearly the ones that are most applicable to this production are going to be these three guys right here. These dudes right there. Which i think tim cook is probably been in all three phases of this point in his life. He seems pretty clean klatt but i think that he might be doing a lot of this behind the scenes. All right. that's that's the new emoji. Let's move on to apple music because there are just a couple of quick things. I wanted to mention so if you don't use apple music use spotify. Let me just say i'm with you. I use spotify to pay for spotify. I happen using the apple music using the trial. And there's some good stuff in here and they just added some some more stuff so let me pull up something for you guys to look at here. Why i'm jabbering away so music. Subscribers as of islas fourteen point five beta to which just launched. And we've been talking about here. They released the second beta and includes some new features for apple music. The looks like federico vitucci discovered these features and they were not present in the previous version of ios fourteen point five so now apple. Music of subscribers can share lyrics as text as well as audio clips containing song lyrics. First of all. If you didn't know apple. Music has an absolutely fantastic lyrics feature which i love. I don't know why spotify doesn't have this. I heard they were investigating adding something like this. But when you're listening to music it doesn't doesn't work for all songs but if you're song supported let me see back actually do this. I'll bring this up and i'll mute on mute. It so let me see if i can just play something and then go into. Yeah here we go now. Let's just let's us do. I'm so out of touch with mainstream music. I have no idea any of this stuff. Is there we go okay so much from the volume all the way down and so for me. I have it defaulting in this lyrics view that you can see right here and you can see as a song plays. It will go through like karaoke and actually go through the lyrics. So you know if you're singing along with it what to say but what's cool is and i just discovered this the other day as you can. Actually scroll through these lyrics sour at the moments there goes and you can touch on one of the lyrics will actually go to that points loops. It will go to that point in the song. It's hard to do this backwards. So if you want to go back to a specific lyric queue up the music right to that lyrical points very cool feature and you like to sing to yourself when the car. This is like such a fun feature so we listened like disney show tunes a lot because my kids love them. I've got pipes i blast. I could probably be a disney singer. If i wanted to be like. You need someone to sing the next aladdin movie soundtrack. I could do that by the way i do way. Better than will smith. He was just in the most recent version of aladdin. What an absolute catastrophe that was the problem is any time. You wanna bring up music. Which i listen to a lot in my household because they have eighteen kids is whatever you try to bring up. Aladdin it always defaults to that version. There's no way to verbally speak to get it to the original ladan. Always listen to will. Smith do his best to ruin that song. Any case very cool the lyrics feature from apple music. I know i've got totally off. Track there so there are some new features that they just added that will allow you to share lyrics with people via messages and actually send them an audio clip of that song. They can listen to their in messages. So the the big features for apple music. They're really powerful. And there's some stuff in there that spotify just doesn't have and that's in addition to the unbelievable audio fidelity that you get with apple music again. I did a whole video on this on my youtube channel youtube dot com slash airfreight elijah. Because airpods max. They sound good. I use them with spotify a lot. I just wasn't wowed. With the audio fidelity. I was getting from the airpods max k. And i was thinking to myself. Maybe there was something missing here and spotify encodes music. If you're a paid user at three hundred and twenty kilobits per second so it's higher than apple. They encode their music at two hundred. Six kilobits per second but apple uses the kodak were as spotify uses offers. Mb three this. This may some of this may not make any sense to into a lot of people but a very high quality we have in coding. It'd be three but even so apple music's kodak is so high quality that even at two hundred fifty six kilobits per second. It sounds far better than than than spotify does on the airpods. Max it makes a obvious and immediate difference in sound quality and it makes the airpods max sound. I said this before. It makes it sound ten times better so it's going to be hard for me to give up album music but i'm locked in spotify. I'm not going anywhere so in any case you're going to be getting some new apple music features in iowa's fourteen point five and if you're apple music user. I don't know why you'd want send someone lyrics to a song. Like here's here's a these darn accordions lyrics that i want you to read you. Know maybe a snippet of the song you know like It's almost like sending a gift right. I mean maybe it's a twitter Coming up with some kind of feature where you can send audio tweets. Eight that word. I hadn't heard about that voicemail isn't it. i did hear about that like it's basically like thought it was. I thought we were gonna start being barraged with audio tweet. I don't think so. I think what i read was interested where you can record your voice and send a message like you can in messages. Which i yeah me. Either i used it with aleksey heath for like five minutes when it first released but what they should do is add video messages and it surprising that they don't already have this. There's an app called marco polo which my wife and all her friends love. In fact they're paying for the frigging pro version of marco polo. They like it so much and it just allows them to send video messages to each other. And i was just thinking well. Tc could bankrupt this company overnight. All they have to do is add this feature messages. And then the there's no point for marco polo to even exist. And how do they not have this sure in messages. Why can't you send video messages via messages. Then you could just chit chat with all your girlfriends and talk about whatever why of talk about. I don't think. I even want to know beyond mostly useless. Come on probably how much i can squat. How much time could you smile. How do wonderfully with children. Hey you know what i'm a lot like. I do a lot of housework around here. I'm always around here. Clean it up. I don't clean the fridge like you. Do you definitely got a one up on me. I don't think i've ever cleaned a fridge in my entire life. Maybe maybe when. I was moving. Maybe when i was moving out of a unit and i was like okay. If i don't clean the fridge the landlords gonna take my security deposit but other than that. Why clean the fridge itself cleaning you eat stuff. Right is a layer refreshed for the front. And then behind that. Some kind of uncharted territory. Where you know what you're gonna get all all the all the science experiments or at the back where they get pushed back. don't they. Have the right stuff is just consistently being pushed to the back of the fridge. I check back there. It does smell odds. When i opened the doors should go in there and check all right. Do you wanna talk about the coo story real fast louis before we move into all new what we're into because we're running super long. Yeah it's just give people a heads up about a story we got on. Are we supposed today on the site Okay the headline is how apple's first. Coo turned chaotic company into international powerhouse And this is just kind of a profile of a guy named del yoakum. He's a he's basically a pro. Tim cook is a guy who back in. I think i think was nineteen seventy-nine. He went working at apple and Heap started you know he. He basically helped apple. Become a you know this. You know big company that could produce millions of devices and dominate things and and so this as mentioned the story so people go and read it. I mean it's two thousand word story but it talks about his career at apple and some you know he he. he kind of acted as a mentor. to steve. jobs and I just one little quote from the story. This is del yoakum talking about his time. When when steve jobs used to sit in on the weekly staff meetings he he's it was hard for him to remain quiet at the very first one. I told him he was going to just observe and not go off on tangents. He did that for a couple of months. Then he backed out which was a relief to the entire staff because he stank and he wore dirty. Clothes live behind the scenes anecdotes this profile yoga but it also talks a lot about his very real contributions to making apple. The company is today. And frankly i'd never heard of this guy. I don't know if leandra had mature but we've got we've got like some a like a job job offer letter. He got when steve jobs was going to get him to go work at next. And there's like some. You know a couple of documents. That i haven't seen before but anyway it's pretty interesting story because he's staying war dirty clothes. Yeah that that's the job we never think of right. The dirty stinky hippie unsheltered for weeks. At a time he thought he's a fruitarian diet. You know Preclude infamous showering and wendy. But they've had to tell him regularly to go home and shower and then he walked around with no shoes on everywhere and he put his feet up on the table his feet would be black dirty hobbit feet run up to the toilet and flush the toilet to relieve stress or no. Yeah i remember this. And flush yeah. He's a standard flush and keep flushing and it would flush this order of his feet in which one of the weirdest things i've ever heard my entire life like a special. You know steve jobs only toilet for that or he just like walk into a random toilet. I think he just wanted. The disabled toilets right. You've talked to go. that's feast. That is just. How do you discover that that's the thing to do. That's what i wanna know. How do you go from being like. I'm really stressed to just need. I my feeling your toilets. It's almost impossible to believe. But that's it was in accents biography and talks about it He's a hell of a drug when he was when they put on the night shift. Because he stunk too much. They wanted to keep them away from everyone sleeping on the night shift and there was no one around well. Look i mean that's believable. I've heard that before but the whole stress thing that you that makes you want to flee to the toilet and flush your feet in the toy is one of the strangest things. I've ever heard this good point. I'm telling you it's gotta be drugs. How else could you possibly idea to go. Stick your feet in some public toilets when he was in high school and younger and he. It was oddly stress relieving for him and he was like my head. And i just my feet. Someone's going to try that. We need to story. Lewis pointed out that the woman at At the chronicle who dessel these You know experience stories you know. I drank a gallon of water a day and the days. What happened yeah so we should do that. Flush my foot down the toilet and st john's like steve jobs and his and now against that right away i gotta go ahead. Leander toilet there at the office man. Real nice audits beautiful. I've seen some nice pictures. Things have gotten a little bit extra hobo. We down there. Give it a shot lander. You'll be riding your bike with one leg. the other one is old gangrene potato. You found put out a freelance page for it. It right away to be honest. That sounds like more nine to five. Mac caliber writing right there. But you know what. Edited like steve. Jobs like a whole series. You know so many apples for week. See what happens to them. That's actually kind of interesting. Premise journalism. Caney style let's see man turned out to be a millionaire right now. They suddenly they ended up running. This the start up and then you know. They don't even father story because they're so successful. There is in the bathroom flashing their feet. Getting all these great ideas executing all right. Well that was a fun aside. So i'll put the link to that story in these show. Newt in the show. Newt's how i see. Coo churn chaotic company into international powerhouse. Great titled too. So congratulations on that all right. Let's move into an all new. What we're into. These are the things that we are currently into. That oftentimes have nothing to do with apple. Which is why would put them at the end of the show and arguably belong at the front because they're probably gonna be most entertaining. Part of the show lewis. Do you wanna kiss off. Do you have anything that everyone needs to know about. Maybe you've discovered a way to flush your feats that really calms your spirit. Well i just talked briefly about an apple. Tv plus show called for all mankind watched this. You're still slow board. I never done much. The second right so watched the entire first season just finished up a couple of weeks ago. Boca the new season starts tomorrow. And so i can't really say that this is a what we're into because i'm like halfway into it. I know there's certain things. I like about the show. I really like the know. The the stuff on the moon. I like the i like the look of it. If nothing else. I i like the sort of exploration of what it would be like to kind of live on the moon. Because that's what ends up happening right. But the thing i didn't like about the show is a so much of it. Took place on. Earth is basically like soap opera. It's a lot about like You know the wives of the and the this and the that and the internal politics and the this and for people who don't know this is all about it's it's an alternate history show. It was one of the the launch shows or apple tv plus year and few months ago and alternate history. And it's set in the sixties seventies. And it's all about the russians beat us to To the moon. And i was trying to explain this show leandro. You're talking about to me. It reminds me a lot of like a an oliver stone movie. You know it it. It does a good job of capturing that period of time. You know it's it's very it's got a lot of kind of seems kinda like fat. Found footage archival footage dry. You know there's a lot of nixon talking but then there's you know all these things where the sort of reality shifts because of this that you know and so suddenly you know nixon's not the president Edward kennedy is the president and things like that happening. So it's it's a lot of. I think a good job of like be in that sort of nostalgic retro feeling kind of this is what things were like even though they weren't exactly like this but then all the like personal stuff. I don't know. I never really caught me that much. And it'd be but so anyway the last the very last episode the very last scene. Maybe it was even like a post credits scene but there was. I wanna was well. You don't want obviously don't spoil it. Well hold on kind of intrigue. Now i want to know what it is. Talk off line spoil it. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna say what happens exactly. And it's nothing like that astonishing or anything but it definitely. They definitely signal. Hey we're going to spin this thing forward you know and and get ready for next season. That's basically what it was and the next season there is a bit like a time. Jump and it's it's in the eighties and reagan's the president and things The trailers things are heating up on the moon in the in the first season. The us has a a moon base. The soviets have a moon base. And there's some a little bit of like cold war kind of tension and stuff and you know not really fighting but You know they they have some standoffs up there and but anyway in the in the new season there's like you know astronauts with guns right. I can use a gun on the moon. I don't have any idea could probably work fine. What i don't know yeah totally because you have the blast then the bullet would just go like it would never stop. Would it like send you ten bucks antic nights. Oh that's actually interesting point. It might said you were the boy to stay there. You go talk to physicist about this but Anyway so it looks like this season is going to be a lot more of cold war heating up on the moon Militarization the moon which is the theme of the first season. But anyway i'm i'm cautiously optimistic about it. I definitely gonna check it out. I'm a little. I'm hoping that there's more action and less squabbling between husbands and wives and stuff like that call. The first season of for all mankind was so horrendously boring. I couldn't even make it through the first three episodes. It just seemed like it went nowhere and it took forever to get its wounded. The show finally start becoming interesting. You know honestly. I mean throughout it was just. It just never went like yeah. This is awesome. It's always just like yeah okay. Where's this going. Where's this going. And they really you know they teased out. The where's this going for ten episodes. And i gotta say i if if i was going to say if i was going to recommend this show i would say go. Watch a you know. First season in ten minutes Recap of it. Because to be honest i i. It was kinda slow and it wasn't that wow this is a really compelling what i'm into section right so right like i wanted to watch it to get ready for this i. This is one of the shows most about when apple tv plus launch. But i never watched it because a they didn't release all ten episodes at once. I hate that like wait a week. Wait a week way. I can't remember. I lose track of what's going on right. I'll lose track of storage. I don't for some reason. I can't do it. Never it was always paying the but for me but The other thing is you know. Just it didn't get amazing reviews. But i was. I was super interesting because you know ronald more. The guy that developed it. He's the guy who did the star galactica reboot. He worked on star trek. He's very well respected. And i think good storytellers super excited and this show definitely has elements of it. That are good and you know the stuff of the mood. Like i said the sun. The moon looks cool. I like the way that looks like watching them. And and there's also a lot of like kind of practical stuff like how they got ready to go to the moon and how they the the you know the sort of like prep work that they have to do the things that the astronauts have to go through to get ready to go to the moon and by the way i mean the other thing people might not know about it. I don't think there's really spoiling but The so the the russians the soviets get get the first person on the moon be beat the us because the us like was too cautious right and so now nasa's trying to like recapture its glory trying to be you know pushed to the limit you know and And then the the soviet another person on the moon and it's it's a woman and says oh no now we gotta have a bunch of women on the moon. And so it's i mean i know it's definitely an interesting show. It's not i. I can't wholeheartedly recommended. And i would not say that it is amazing. It is oddly normal and unsurprising for being something about like complete alternate history right. It's it's kind of amazingly not that crazy. We'll if you're looking for something that is not that crazy and amazingly normal. They're planning a four all mankind companion. Podcast lewis all right. Yeah which which critics have hailed as amazingly normal. Not that compelling. Did you know that were fun actually. Download that in the way they released it the release it just to see what was once again a are. Oh great i feel like i'm in nineteen ninety-three looking at a cd-rom game it. Oh look you can open a box and something comes out of the box and my god. Yeah not interesting. All right for all mankind on season three already. No no they on season two. They've but they have signed they have to deal with the season's coming but okay so they're working on to starts tomorrow or if you listen to this tomorrow and release this today. Oh so season two is just beginning. It starts. that's why that's why i wanted to discuss this. I guess shame shame that this is what he was. Just been talking about the last one. I'm sorry. I was looking for for articles in the background. So here's the problem. Also check on. I'm trying to create some compelling visuals as we're discussing this but apple is. They are very blackie with their content. Page if i go to the actual for all mankind page. Show it to you as we're speaking. They're going to hit the video with a copyright strike. Which is what they did last time. And i'm like i'm showing your trailer and it wasn't even trying to play the trailer. It was playing the trailer in the background. So this time. I stopped the trailer on the page. They can show. We'll shoot. Will they hit me with a with a strike just for showing you the web page. I don't know what to stream to go down. So i was like looking for compelling websites to go to in the background as you were speaking while because i just don't know apple's going to hit us with lame cranes talking about your trailer and we're talking about your show. This is fair use. Clearly it's fair use. That's like the very definition of fair use. But i don't wanna get in trouble. So i was trying to be cautious and sorry i tune out there while i was looking for websites for taking one for the team. Yeah you bet. And i figured elcano going to be listening hanging off of every word which he was. So now we're going to do a segment where we that we call leaner caney regurgitates. Everything he just heard live no go. I'm gonna do my next and then lender you can wrap up. So i'm going to pitch a show as well and this started off as being one of the strangest shows i have ever seen. It's on disney. Plus some of you probably heard of it. It's called one division in. It is a show starring vision. And wonder what's her last name. Yaakov maxim off from the marvel movies and this show. Premise is so frigging bizarre. When i was watching i was watching him. My wife and i was looking at her. And i was like what the heck is this show. So they star vision and wanda maximov as a couple in a television series from the fifties and it starts off bewitched and it's them living this wacky zany life. Together in this bewitched ask television. Show and the first episode is totally bizarre. You're like what is the point of this show and then season to get even stranger and they are pretending to be this couple in a fifty television show and going through all the ridiculous nonsense. That used to happen in those kinds of shows. Like i love lucy and bewitched and was some other popular television. Show from the fifties i dream of jeannie under juve genie. Great example right. It's actually probably more like i dream of jeannie. Because she does magic tricks and stuff right makes things float around and then you have like vision there and he's got magical powers to well once you get to like episode three or episode. Four things get very very interesting and you start to realize you start getting shown snippets that everything that's happening in. This show is just the pretense to what is going to be happening later. In the show and the fifties. I dream of jeannie television. Show that you're seeing is not going to be what's happening for all the rest of the show. It's just what's happening at this moment. As the show progresses they start doing episodes that are reminiscent of other shows that you've seen throughout the fifty sixty seventies and eighties. It's actually really interesting because every one of these shows is done so unbelievably well the special effects the writing. It feels like marvel movie but a marvel movie. That's thirty minutes long. So every episodes about thirty minutes long the effects are movie grade and all the characters from the actual movie are in the show which is such a strange phenomenon because movie stars and movie stars and they don't ever show up and television shows but now that's not the way things work now that we're in the realm of streaming and there are no commercials. These big movie stars are now also in the shows. The people that you know from the marvel movies are also now just in this show. It has all the same music and the same level of production and everything and now we're on episode. Five and things are every episode. Has this huge hook. This big question mark hanging over everything. That's happening the show. I'm trying to speak vaguely anything but after episode three. You're like wait a second. what's going on here. This show is not what. I thought it was an episode four happens. And you're like whoa. What is happening in this world and episode five. You're like i can't wait for them to release more episodes his trained into a fantastic program that i look forward watching and i i wish they had all the episodes bins reviews and the first three or so You know it wasn't Was it was know. This is the worst show on disney plus enjoy lebron james criticism of it. You know it was. It was a clever idea. And they're reaching but it doesn't work. And but i think the only review in the first few episodes. Yes that's exactly what happened. So the episode. Three through five are radically different than episodes one. Three episodes one two three. The are just setting up the pretense of what is happening in this world and i can understand why people would hate it because the first episode i hated it. I was like what the hell are. They thinking. This is one of the most bizarre shows i've ever seen. Why would you just take these two marvel people and put them into i dream of jeannie and have them pretending to be this couple from the fifty s. This show makes no sense and it's just all over the place it's totally zany and wacky and the comedy is all over the place like it was in the fifties and sixties but then they start to corral you into something different and you start to realize this world is not as it seems because if you remember this is not a spoiler but this is something that i didn't realize when i first started watching the show is well maybe it is kind of a spoiler. I'm sorry if you don't wanna hear a spoiler about any of the marvel movies than skip ahead thirty seconds. You've been warned. Vision is dead. So why is he in this show. But then you're like wait a second. Does this show take place in the past. So that's one of the things about this. Show that kind of draws you win as you're not really sure where in the marvel timeline. It takes place. But as the show progresses you start to get more of a feeling of where it actually is in the time line. There's just a lot of strangeness a lot of of confusion but they do a good job of pushing you into the story subtly and helping you figure out what is going on once you get to episode five. Then you're really hooked and every episode. Has that same feeling that you hadn't lost. Would they start suddenly raising all these questions. And you're like whoa. What is you have no idea. I just hope the answer. The are they going to be answers. Well this is the writing on. This is really good and it's helmed by baloney who is also doing the mandalorian i think so. They have like this chorale of really talented writers and people working on these shows so i have high hopes that this is gonna. This is going to turn out well. But i could totally see why people would think that show was awful because the first episode. If you don't know that this is going somewhere and it's gonna take you to a place that you're not in currently you would think that it's awful because it's a terrible idea for a show like one visit in i dream of jeannie show from the fifties is is a totally weird zany idea. That makes no sense. But that's just where it starts and then it takes you somewhere really cool and actually. It adds a lot of context to wanda and envisioned characters. Because i don't know about you guys. I'm not like some marvel fanatic comic books. And i was wondering is there's some history here like with vision particularly that i don't know about. There must be because he just showed up in the marvel movies. And i was like who the hell is this guy like while the sudden are we talking about this guy named vision donen his head and can fly around. We don't have any context for his character. It's not like iron man where you know where he came from so this adds a lot of that context to these two characters and it's going to. It's going to add a whole extra amount of story to the marvel movies that you didn't have before so it's pretty cool. And the fact that it's on disney plus and they're committed to creating all this new marvel content building out. the marvel. universe is is really kind of cool the same with the star wars content. So that's my pick. I've been totally into this. In fact like it so much that. I usually only watch an episode every friday. But last night i was like i was telling my wife like hey we got an extra thirty minutes like maybe we should check out an episode of one vision and and we did and it was great episode. So that's my pick leander. You want to take home. Tell us about your picks. How i to be predictable and boring but i was gonna choose the peak perot which is a battery powered vaporizer which i just got to review all the gear. What we're into and under review. Well this preview because i haven't really reviewed it yet. Just i've only had a couple of goes on it. So the whole you know the the the you know the old the will unfortunately like when i first got it may conflict crazy. I'm like oh my god. This is no good on. The whole idea is what it is. It's a vaporizer vaporizer with a built in water them so it has a a fun albeit upright. Now while you're talking so tell me the name. One more time the peak pro. It's by puff co my favorite company. You are the the the new mascot. The new spokesman for peak pro is it p. e. a. k. Pick pearl okay. Sounds like cursing the peak pro power. Doc are you ready to dock yourself to the peak to peak of narcotics to the apex highness. Also sorry go ahead. i got it right here. It looks like a monolith from the future. This is something that you know someone from the year. Four thousand would smoke out of the lights up. It's crazy it's got all these like light up. Led's the whole the lights up the bottom light up so it's a full. It's a complete audio visual experience And it's really really good and it's really about case. Even the case looks like it was made from the future. This is something that someone in tron would smoke. Yeah the case is huge. It's actually pretty big pretty chunky devices. It's not portable at all really You know i was hoping that it be smaller. And you even a pocket and i could take on my bike rides. But it's it's you know. Yeah it's big it's big and it's pretty having an go charging of course and got four motor cars. Which is my favorite and Different temperatures settings but it may be covered the beginning and what didn't realize there was a little piece of plastic on the On the bubbler pods that he has put efforts. I tell us all these pretty horrible fumes. Plus it gives me crazy. I wrote to the guy that wrote the company. Because i sent it to me to review and i'm like this is going to be conflict crazy. And they said well you know. Tend on the heat a bit. They gave me some other advice. And then it wasn't until i got home and i looked at it and i'm i actually follow. The instructions is supposed to take the The bubble out before he filled up with water and had done that per the instructors. I would have seen this. But because i'm the kind of person that doesn't follow instructions and i just filled up for the the the tap A bird hall through the plastic so it was actually getting some old but Yeah it was. It wasn't good anyway. So now i finally figured it out and got it working. I'm a big fan. It's it's really really cool. It's a really great device. Not cheap unafraid. Four hundred bucks all. I know a lot of money but but so far. Yeah i'm digging it even tell you. The temperature inside of the peak parole hits up to five hundred. Thirty degrees. look at the whole thing is red so wait. I think you can. You can tell it what color to churn based on the temperature. Yeah that's what it does. It's like the each color represents a different temperatures. So blue is that the coolest one. And if that's what i've been using just a cool one so for so i haven't i haven't done and temperatures. Why would you want to alter the temperature on something. Like i will depending on what concentrate you use. It depends how much vapor it produces some temperatures tend to produce less vapor but they tend to be more flavorful suburb stuff called pineapple papaya and it tastes like pineapple. And papaya is really amazing. But you get sort of modest matter if you tell him up to high temperature then you get a ton of april but it kind of burns it out a bit and it can be a bit harsh but you have to sort of dan. You have to late kind of like experiment with different temperatures for different. You know depending on what the concentrate is like. It's it's In i the stuff. I wasn't stuff i got recently I had a lot of success with live. Sugar live rosen which is almost basically pill that the the The resin that comes off of the plant it's they crush it. They and expels the resin and the basically. that's it. that's vaporizes real nicely. But there's another concentrates that are more that are being That are that are extracted with solvents Doesn't sound good well. You don't get the solvent you just you know they just use the salt to get the to get the extracts. Then i don't think there's any solvent left in it because it reported. I bought a couple of those a couple of days ago and i haven't had a chance to experiment those. Es i'm i've got high hopes for those high pulse mode wave mode. Do you ever put in disco mode the inner. I haven't tried it yet. Know what here and tried discount sash mode. Yeah haven't tried that either. But on the social model. They other on the plus. Which is the pen that they make. you double click down and it'll heat it up for like a good ten seconds so normally minor league press and hold the button If your predecessor motive double click it goes it'll heat up for ten seconds and shakes and flashes when when when you're ready to to take a hit off of holy moly. I'm looking at the pictures. First of they're marketing out of this world this. This is like one of the most polish donor websites. I have ever seen this this this the industrial design on this product. No expense was spared site or product. Design. i mean it looks like an obelisk from the year. Four thousand you know built to celebrate the arrival of lord zoran to our earth and this is what he makes all his pupils smoke to make sure that their minds are elevated to a place where they can communicate with him without speaking. of course. this thing is unbelievable. Yeah it's it's you're right. It's very it's really well made. It's very very good quality. It's nice they keep sending you these things because we sit here. And what a spectacle. All right this is called the peak pro. It comes with a powered wait. The power dot might be additional accessory. I don't know does it. But they sent me one. What is the power doc do. Does it just the charger. The wireless chargers achie- charge and it's like an extra battery so it's like a duck. You can sit in it'll chih-chao but then if you've run out of battery you can take. You can use the doctor give it a bit of a juice. Plenty since we started talking about. This topic are concurrent. Viewers has surged. They all came back. They're like they're all board. Look flip back in two here early entertain the peak pro assess mode and power doc does for mankind. Yeah this thing is one of the most sci fi products. I've ever seen man. If i had this in the my heydays dead be dead right now. Hi guys well. I think we're go ahead. Go ahead and wrapped up there. There's nothing there's nothing that we could do that ever top that top full report next week. Okay yeah we should do an all new unreviewed next week. It's been forever since we've done one of those and i got some products. I need to talk about two. So we've got bring back under review but for now that's going to do it for this week's content we went super long holy-moly moly where we all like six and a half hours now. So that's it that's all we have for you guys this week. If you wanna come tell us about the things that you like smokovec. We're all on twitter. I'm here year f. o. n. at el caney lewis's at louis wall system in the cast the best thirty plus apple and puff conversation. You're gonna hear all week long. New episodes at the cast out every thursday night until they round us up in prison narcotics jail. Thank everyone for listening. And we'll see you guys Do after circular breathing or something one of those keep going on staff. Hey ho quick on the draw today. Well that's an hi rez. everything's wrong. Everything's wrong so just another normal day then a rat. The speaker hold on halloween. You go you fat potato. Can harry one to one of those ones that you find in the bag. Three months you bought it. You didn't know it was there. It's all like crumpled on itself and it's grown stuff you know. What have you ever smell potatoes when they start running now. Haven't good god really stinks. It really stinks like a rotting body. Really it's not bad They really bad. Yeah they're really really bad. You know what kind of liquid and they sort of us out. Yeah the bag then if you lifted up and he can then that point. It'll it'll permit hall kitchen. How i never discovered this. I feel like that's something that if it were as bad as what you say everybody would be common knowledge. you know. i don't know maybe roost cleaned him up before you go to remove you picked it up and you gave it a good sniff right away because we have them in a in a in a in the cupboard you know like in the lada and and like my wife is really bad. She never cleaned that on the one plane of the frigel the rotten stuff in the fridge bonds as me. That does that purge. So i'm the one that discovered the potatoes and i'm it was. There was stinky smell in the kitchen for a long time. Like what is some bribe dye into the counter. Something couldn't locate it forever and then finally you know. I looked in the It was moving to the potatoes for some reason. Two or three of them rotten and they were liquefied and my god. What a stink as to horrible potato mess. Yeah i never would have guessed. They would've stunk that bad. I guess i don't know maybe it's because you know the full of starch in carbohydrates turn into some kind of vodka or something. Yeah right exactly. Yeah they're trump. Did you take a sip review time. It might be better than it. Smells like a little bag sip of the goo. It's don't tell me what's going on. Just tell me it's retail arbitrage reselling this on Yeah amazon what. What are they tore his clothes. So what started off. As an innocent experiment has devolved spiraled into terrible. You can't get rid of well. I bit off more than i could chew. I thought i was going to be able to get rid of this stuff. Really fast and easy as i thought so. I'm living an oscar. The grouches basement here his horrible stinky basement full of rotten potatoes. Look at all. This stuff is not even all of it. So it's not shifting. Well it is. It is now. It's to really slow process because you have to send it all the amazon and then it takes a week to get there and then it takes them at least a week to open the box. Check everything and make it available for sale on amazon and then people have to start buying it. So it's like this huge long process and the other thing that took me longer than i was expecting is when you first start selling on amazon as a new seller gated in pretty much all all the categories that are available on amazon. So if you want to sell a toy you can't you can't go on amazon and sell tori. They won't let you. You have to go through this process to get engaged. So so this stuff i bought. I was buying and buying and buying and engaged really fast. Well it didn't happen fast. I just finished the process like three days ago. And so now i'm finally able to start listing this stuff on amazon. But we'll see on gated. You mean like you can't you can't sell anything you can sell some things. But there's a lot of categories that you can't sell in exactly and then they're also brands within that category that are restricted. So like if you sell toys you have to get engaged for toys. And if you want to sell star wars you also have to get engaged for star wars toys. They stuck scanners like you will didn't work. What are they trying to do. They don't really know what they're i don't know why they make it so difficult. I think the reason they do. It is to try to prevent people from selling counterfeit on amazon which used to be a big problem. So they don't want you selling some cheap knockoff. Stuff you bought from china and putting off legitimate star wars toy like all this stuff back here that bought from an alien shangai way. Did you get that stuff. So assortment of places walmart's like all this stuff over here all walmart and it was all like unmarked clearance. Got so hard. Direct my thumb on camera like this. It's like way harder than the looks so finding things that were that were discounted in walmart's computer system but it hadn't been marked out on the shelf yet. So yeah it's i. We could do a whole episode on this and maybe someday we should over here. I have pajama. Uh there's some well that's not for my kia those just the bags because i needed some really big just went in there and stole not just walked out and i tried to steal some of the other day and they can call me back. Yeah the bags. It's probably like a casino now plays. They probably have cameras. Well it was. Some you know. The most contain ages that works All you have to pay bags. I was like oh really all you had one of the blue bags. I think it was a yellow one. I think nick the yellow ones or something. Yeah they caught you Pity the in the kia prison where you have to listen to that founders. That annoying founders voice on repeat over and over and over again like welcome to. That's all he does live billions from ikea.

apple amazon Toback louis jim guy lewis max weinbach weinbach magsi justin enroll youtube brian scott
TinySeed Tales S2E7 | A Global Pandemic

Startups For the Rest of Us

17:43 min | 7 months ago

TinySeed Tales S2E7 | A Global Pandemic

"And looking forward to moving past this feeling of uncertainty I. Know It's going to be uncertain for a while longer, but I'm starting to settle into the uncertainty accept it. Welcome back tiny tales a series where follow founder struggles, victories and failures as they build their startup. I'm your Host Rob, walling serial entrepreneur, and Co founder of tiny seat. The first started accelerator for SAS bootstrap irs. We're back with Brian Scotty cofounders of gather I, a little behind the scenes context. For this episode I started recording our conversations in twenty nineteen and each episode represents check in with several weeks sometimes months in between when we last spoke Brian Scotties biggest concern was overcoming a cash crunch without decelerating growth rate. But that was before the covid nineteen pandemic really hit in March of twenty twenty people hadn't yet started sheltering in place and we weren't on the precipice of a global recession. Today's episode was recorded after shelter in place orders went into effect. Asked. Aspirin Scotty how the pandemic has affected their lives beyond the scope of their business. We live in Mexico and so we're a good deal behind the United States as far as the infection rates so. We figure we're probably a good month behind. Where a place like New Yorker or Seattle might be. In on top of that, the testing is probably less than it is in the states and the the numbers are probably more deflated than they are even in the states since. So we're sort of just holding wrath because it hasn't hit here, but we expected to and. I think on top of that we live in a country obviously where there's fifty percent poverty rates. and. So these communities will be hit in a different way potentially in a much worse way. than. In the United States, which is fairly affluent by comparison. Felt on that as well. Scotty, we're living almost feels like two worlds here like the ex pack community here is very tuned in to what's happening in the US. So many of us have been sheltering in place for the last five to six weeks and the local communities or the working class here they can't afford to do that. So we're all following the rules and being very strict and you leave the house and it's almost like nothing is different out there. There's just less gringos running around. So. That makes us feel a little concerned about you know should be stay here. Should we retreat to the US but our whole life is here so We'd rather not have to do that. The uncertainty of the Cova crisis has permeated. Every aspect of our lives will be a big decision. A big upheaval if things got bad enough that Brandon Scotty had elite Mexico and returned to the United States. I asked Scotty for an update on their financial situation something that's been top of mind for the past few episodes. Our situation really hasn't changed financially. That, at the time, we had hoped that we could raise some money or at least get alone, and that is well, we're not even pursuing that at this point it's just not an option. So were so nervous about our financial situation personally in with the business but I think for some weird reason, I don't know about. Brian. But for me, that was a real anxiety before all this happened and I'm not sure if it's just that I'm. Living in this moment of what will be will be, but I've kind of let some of that stress go I don't feel as nervous. I, feel like. Well, everybody's at this sort of financial turning point, and so we're I feel a little like we're all on this together for some strange reason and I feel less stressed about it I mean it's still something that we have to contend with but. I guess I'm feeling more like. Things are GONNA work out? It's GONNA be okay. We're GONNA pull through this. Yeah. Share that sentiment Brian. I, mean, it's kind of weird like Scott said, there's not really anything different about our cash position. And now was sort of just always what we thought about. Going into this and there was a certain amount of stress about. Trying to find more money, and now that's gone away. It's like interestingly that stress of trying to. Trying to find the money went away and certainly you know used to bootstrapping and feeling that stress and coming up with interesting solutions to our cash problems. So yeah, it doesn't feel as daunting for some reason and also it's kind of interesting like when it's all up to you to pull something off then you feel a certain amount of stress 'cause it's like. Oh, this is all on all on our shoulders, our abilities and skills and. Now, it's sort of like there's this macroeconomic piece that's looming and it takes some of the personal stress away night ads, different kinds of stresses. Of course on top but. Those personal stresses are like changed or fight or something both of your answers. are in line with one another their unexpected I'm. Heartened to hear it. I feel for you I know just what you're going through I know how hard it is to start up and I know how hard it is when caches tight I've been there many times and I'm glad you're feeling better about it because there's obviously a lot of. Chaos and a lot of anxiety in the world today just in the Air Scotty, can you talk me through your high point or your biggest win since we last spoke? We have had a couple of requests for enterprise plans one existing customer that has a lot of data that they need migrated over. They have accustomed future that they want, and then in a new customer who has custom future and data migration. So that's been an exciting to talk with them find out more about what they need and also start to really focus. On what that contract to actually looks like we've signed up couple but in hindsight we realized that we were really learning back then and still have lots of learning to do. So trying to figure out how we can make the most of those deals you know, make them enticing and win them in the end. So that's kind of exciting that we have potentially two. Right now that we're working on its unexpected people feasibly, you think about that they're gonNA cut back expenses but larger deals are coming your way. What's the logic there? I attribute it to the fact that we've been trying to go up market and these larger teams that we sell into. Now they have deeper pockets and they're not as concerned as some of our. Smaller firms or you know are solo firms with the situation you know they know they have to continue moving forward with their business. Lots of them have many many projects that they're currently working on and they know that they can't just stop altogether. So they are looking for tools and for a way to work online and keep their projects going. So I think that's The best thing we ever did was moving into these larger teams because the turn that we've had has definitely been the solo designers, the smaller firms that are going in and saying, what can I cut just to survive. Has Geniuses fortunetellers. Super Cool I mean this is one of the things of going up market. The typical pattern is there less price sensitive. They turn last and in recessions they tend to stay in business. As long as they've been centrally managed, they don't try to shut everything down. So that's really good here I'm kind of happy to hear that things are. Bryant is your point. Same thing. Yeah I think. I think it is. I. Think There's one thing that I could probably add to it, and that's just that we've had a lot of inbound interest and a lot of them are saying things like now that were. Home Working Remotely We're sort of investigating better ways to work online, and so now is actually a good time to consider your tool. and. So. For me, that was a big turning point in my. Psychology because I think it went from just preparing for the plane to crash to now thinking like Maybe this is kind of a bizarre opportunity. To help folks out that previously weren't even considering a tool I gather. So that's yet to that itself but that uptick and optimism was I feel like my high point and it's it wasn't just one particular event is just Kinda like after several of those kinds of conversations and sales inquiries came in. It changed my opinion about our possibilities. When I look across the portfolio of companies that are part of tiny seeds I, two batches or that I've invested in. Personally it looks like they're about fifteen percent they're having real struggles with the impact of the pandemic on the industry they serve another seventy percent are waiting to see what happens perhaps cutting back on expenses and generally seen growth plateau. and. Then there's the fifteen percent of companies for whom remote work is a boon and their growth is accelerating faster than ever. We'll have to see future conversations whether gather ends up in this upper echelon. I'm hopeful but with a little good fortune and more smart decisions from Brandon Scotty, their growth will continue. But gather hasn't been completely untouched by the pandemic and Brian Scott have struggled through their own setbacks anxieties before reaching this place of relative optimism I'm curious to hear Brian last time we spoke the thing you're most looking forward to most excited about was was some new features that you thought which begin to overcome. Some be objections that you're hearing from the larger customers. Where does that stand? Since the COVID nineteen crisis is taken off we've had to. Cut Expenses to ensure that we can survive a little longer than we thought make sure that our our runway last. So one of those major expenses unfortunately was cutting our developer in half. So when we did that, we kinda also had to make the tandem decision to like at least pause on some of the bigger features that I was excited about. Building that would move further into the enterprise zone. So there was definitely sort of a moment of disappointment that came from that for sure. But we have since just kind of shoring up a lot of the. Issues that we have or gaps in small little features improvements, and so you know even though the big features are on hold for a little while it felt really good to get some of those things out the door and they made our existing customers really happy and that's kind of in line with our philosophy now that it's really important that we make. Our existing customers happy and sort of avoid the churn that comes with unhappy customers. So long wave saying, yeah. Disappointing that don't get to do those things, but we'll get back to eventually sounds like the right approach thinking about it the right way Brian I'm curious to hear what your big setback where your low point has been since last time we spoke. I don't know if you've heard, but there's been this virus that's been sweeping the world. Tell me about it. Sorry Yeah I. Mean I think it's probably the same thing that people have been going through. It's just been figuring out how this much larger. Macro economic situation is going to affect. US. Everybody's staying in, and so we serve customers who inherently work on physical spaces in the world. Designing interiors and further upmarket designing things like hotels in cruise ships which are industries that got. Obviously really nailed during this thing. So the low part was just going Oh. Oh crap. This whole thing is GonNa fall down. And you know we had several of these smaller turns the did add up to kind of a bad month last month. Scotty. For me, I think. Staying focused has just been really difficult. I. Think last week was probably the first week that I really felt like my head was back in the game. You know having our son home from school all the time. It makes it difficult to really focus in just in general but then to also have this distraction of you know what's happening in the world and so I mean I think overall you know it's it's been. Just. Sort of down the last few weeks. But I'm feeling like I'm coming out of that now. So I think I'm back in the game for the most part. I've heard the collective emotional toll, this pandemic described as grief. Seems to me that everyone is on their own time line of getting over this grief. Some people will feel it for a long time and some will be over quickly. Personally I managed to feel more productive again after about three weeks in lockdown and it sounds like Brian and Scott are starting to readjust as well. But we all have our own process to get through it and no one should feel like they aren't reacting appropriately to this tragedy. To wrap things up as brandon, Scotty about their fears and hopes for the future at least until the next time we talk. I think my biggest fear is that the trend that we've seen this month is being a big uptick actually in. In sales and opportunities is just a flash in the PAN. And that the economy at large will start to crumble and affect our industry really really hard and that will sort of 'cause the precipitous. Decline in revenue that kind of was worried about in the beginning you, Scotty. In different times we might be able to pivot if we needed to. But because of our like financial situation that. Place that we're at at the moment if things started to really decline. It's GonNa be hard for us to to out of it into something else. So I think that's just all the hard work that we've put in something. Like a virus sort of coming in and wiping that all out would just be devastating. Absolutely. In Scott Wha- what about the thing you're most looking forward to? Well I'm really looking forward to seeing how these enterprise deals play out because it does come through for us. That will be a nice relief that would really help us upfront financially and you know we can build a couple of things that we think other people would would be excited about. So definitely that and then just just seeing the opportunity that we think is in front of us and seeing that hopefully play out to our favor. I'm looking forward to that and looking forward to moving past this feeling of uncertainty I know it's going to be uncertain for a while longer, but I'm starting to settle into the uncertainty accept it also looking forward to. To a restaurant at some point. Yeah. No, that's not even on my mind. How about you Brian, what are you looking forward to? Well. So yes, he kinda hinted at just now but one thing that we I think we've talked about in the past was trying to figure out ways that we could get customers to pay for some of the features that we'd like to build and that would be good for them and the rest of our user base and those conversations have been happening and there's been a lot of positive reception toward those. So I'm really looking forward to seeing. If, we can sign those deals to actually build more features that way. So, yeah I'm definitely looking forward to that and I'm also looking forward to. Like I said now that we sort of see that there's potential opportunity we plan on spinning up sales and marketing efforts. Kinda paused on those things both from just the last few weeks being. Difficult to manage psychologically in motivational. But also now we see a better path forward on how we can. Message. The value of. Our? Product. And I'm looking forward to solving that and kind of going back out to market and being a little more confident with an updated message. It sounds like Brian is determined to get over his grief and get back to productivity mode full steam ahead, it may be that for some of US getting back to building actually help with the pain and the uncertainty. Brian Scotty are already looking ahead at how gather can take advantage of this new remote work culture and continue their battle upmarket with more custom features for enterprise plans. We'll see whether they can stay optimistic and float in the uncertainty of the corona virus economy. That's next week on tiny details.

Brian Brandon Scotty United States Brian Scotty cofounders Scott Wha Mexico Brian Scotty Brian Scotties irs SAS Brian Scott Aspirin Seattle founder Scotty Rob Co founder Cova
Regular Season Storylines, Scottie Pippens Advice, Kent Bazemore

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

44:22 min | 1 year ago

Regular Season Storylines, Scottie Pippens Advice, Kent Bazemore

"I think our culture our system our schemes how we approach the game is the same our goal is to win protect homecourt put ourselves in position to make a deep playoff run and win a championship they can definitely expect more of the same with different personnel Scotty is a hall of Famer one of the best fifty players how this La you know new renewed rivalry will sort itself out and the Clippers Lakers playing opening night you know lines to be excited about so what I'm most looking forward to aside from of course the blazers is I really WanNa know ride. Cj I think we all were now we're going to have to wait a few more weeks to watch him play maybe a little longer but it'll be worth the wait and there's plenty of stories want to accomplish this year and the success we've had welcome to the Eric is pretty cool and and I don't know if it's going to be all the bad blood that we'll see throughout this season but I think it's going to be at least some of it and I think you'll see not going to be playing beginning of the season he's going to miss the opener which means a lot of the owners will fall on Kalis hands obviously but Lou Williams we'll open up on the twenty third against the Denver Nuggets we have a special guest that I'll be calling into the pull up pod in about fifteen or twenty minutes we'll stay locked in Jordan it's GonNa be a big contributor again this season he's an impact player who's GonNa play with the stars as well as the second unit and probably will be in the lineup to finish games especially teams and see what how they work takes the final shot and how the offenses are constructed with those new weapons. Yeah I think the League is really looking forward to seeing the duo's obviously starting in La you have the Lakers and the clippers but what people fail to realize is that PG is going to be out for a little bit so pd uh-huh is very good I I that's probably like the most intriguing Western Conference Story Line of Opening Night of the first few weeks I wanNA see both of those news since Paul George Zahle so it'll be interesting to see the rotation without podgorze and how the rotation changes once Paul George comes back and then you look at the Lakers Kaku for two this season and there has been a bit of a damper put on opening night because I on we'll be out for opening night yeah I was really excited about high on opening start him and does that mean that they they take out the point guard and start Lebron at the one or do they put a d at the four versus the five there's NBA starts in four days for me three days for some other players just depends on what team you're rooting for what are you most William's episode of Pull Up Best Right episode number seventy nine four days until the season starts really looking forward to finish up the preseason and playing the oldest center in front of our fans it's been a long time since we've played there a lot of memories of new memories to make and I'm just really really looking forward to it a chance to kind of create a new identity and reinvent himself here in Portland it's all positive vibes man everybody's happy to be in a new environment to be a part of our culture understood you know like Toronto Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia Indiana who's the pressure on at least to start I think the pressure will be on hence how the social media has played a role in how people are addressing and people aren't portrayed on the Internet there's just so much that we discussed camp as more wayside is super excited you know little lineup changes that are going to happen to being a season to figure out finishing lineups and obviously down the stretch of games the ball being Lebron James Hansen he'll figure out who's GonNa take do her so looking at his time line on when he could potentially come back to affect their rotation did they start bringing the bench at first I'm assuming they're probably GonNa Boston in Brooklyn obviously I say Brooklyn Because Kyri doesn't have katy probably probably for this entire year so they'll be a little bit of pressure for the I think our culture our system our schemes how we approach the game is is the same our goal is to win protect homecourt put ourselves in position to make it perform at a high level they're supposed to be the better team in New York made a bit of a playoff run last year I also think the pressure will be on Boston the last shot depending on circumstance but I think you're amid pick and rolls with him in a d you figure out ways to to get those two involved in any type of action down the stretch what about the east the two teams that both believe that they can wanna championship you know Brandon ad against Kawai In the clippers seen that we there's a Lotta stuff that is yet to be determined among those two franchises and I think the sleeper is obviously the sixers like what's going to happen with him because they had a change Kyri goes from Boston to Brooklyn so obviously people WanNa see how he leads Brooklyn but people will also see how the Boston young nucleus there's just a lot to figure out over these next seven eight months and only time will tell based on performance now that you've gotten used to your new teammates and you know figuring today and in Gaza work in and he was asking if I needed somebody to re rebound from me but I'm just you know trying to give free throws in and just enjoy my free throw Friday it doesn't feel like more of the same which is which is a good thing I'm just wondering what Blazer fans can expect the first few weeks they can definitely expect more of the same with different personnel the things that will impact this upcoming season and I'm just really looking forward to to getting started have you noticed any difference in interior or is Teri just obviously he he bill those roles with new players who will continue to systematically effectively approached the same ways that other players have in the past only were just but he's approach this season I think he's confident content with what we've been able to put together obviously there's a lot of hype around Ben Simmons Shooting The ball he's has heightened sense of confidence in shooting the ball how does that affect their teams that make them better and playoff situations when his half court established DNA here that is pretty evident in in terms of how we do things CJ changing subjects a little bit we got to see what have you you know what are some of the conversations and feel around the new it's all positive vibes man everybody's happy to to be in a new environment to be deep playoff run and win a championship but who's out there may change a little bit obviously we lost seventy percent of minutes in the starting lineup other thirty percent being Damon offs in position where they can contribute right away to our team we'll have Rodney for a full season this year as opposed to getting him at the deadline so he'll be more familiar with our play calls so there's just a lot of little CJ mccollum in some impressive dolch and Gabbana and you and Scottie Pippen for the Players Tribune sat down and you interviewed each other Liane controlling the controllables from a roster standpoint to preparation standpoint to a practice plan to where we're at as the preseason comes to an end I think he's at peace older with more experience are you enjoying the the the new guys I mean obviously we have a new we have a guest coming in special guests of the of the Polo pod it was awesome and a lot of it was about you know players the way they dress the NBA from Scott these days in the late night decisions in impeccable insurance decision strong body can finish around the basket Zack has improved anthony has improved all these players have continued to get better put how style has changed how fashion has played a role in our brands how the social media has played a role in how people were addressing and people are portrayed on the Internet out how everything's GonNa at least feel to a degree what is there I mean we see the Newark won't be playing right away but what's the biggest change from last year this year or is it nine as mainstays in a backward no nurk to start to season nomo heartless no chief off Rook Amino no Meyers Leonard Self here in Portland Mario is really excited he's performed extremely well in preseason he surprised a lot of people with basketball. IQ is ability to to make unease when the bulls were winning championships to now what was that like and and I guess what Scotty Pippin I mean I know you get a bucket on him but he's got to be one of the best defenders No Evan Turner the list goes on and on to wear no J. claiming were missing all of these players that we had in previous years we're going to see he's in a religious spot and I think our players are in a really good spot because we understand what's going to be asked of us we understand what to expect and we part of our culture understand what we WANNA accomplish this year in the success we've had you know six straight years of being the playoffs come off a western conference finals run incredible suit the other night other than that what have you noticed coastal areas cooler the fan man he's always pretty laid back he's players coach went in on the off day pair to obviously you know twenty thirty years ago the importance of social media how we've been able to globalize not only the game but our brands just not having Kyrie Jason Tatum step up this Jalen Brown step up does the contract situation on the extension affect performance as defective playing time is someone traded I think everybody's just excited KB's excited campus more why side is super excited gotta got a chance to kind of create a new identity and reinvented highlights remarks interviews. TV's TV channels dedicated to sports twenty four seven you got obviously his situation instability as coaches in place he has his assistance in place in he has his players here who are ready to work in and go to bat for him so from a preparation standpoint to actual work ethic standpoint to a mental aspect of being able to get up for every game and knowing that you're gonNA take every games you know ESPN deport does a things of that nature you have little feedback instantaneously on Games team's best shot so it was very cool man I'm thankful to have been able to sit down and chop it up with him what was the biggest difference for Scotty talking about now aside from the unders ever played a game so it was really cool to sit down in chop it up with him Kinda pick his brain and discussed the NBA game today compared to back in the eighties nineties there's just so much that we discussed it was really intuitive conversation I'm thankful to have been a part of that so I think the players should be I think some of ours our sponsors dill Jacob fashioned just in general obviously the role that social media has played on the League and its players Scottie definitely noticed a difference in how we dress can the social media wave in terms of capitalizing financially on on building a brand you think about Chicago Bulls and the impact they had on basketball with the outreach that we now have you got obviously other countries who are broadcasting the multiple areas not to mention the importance of fashion in sports now to the way it's covered there's so many ways that they could capitalize on this and they always I'm Ryan and was our relationship between you before the before the shoot Yahweh Scotty before the shoot now we met a little while ago we also did some stuff year round it's it's incredible that he like it it'd be affected sat on it yeah I mean he definitely liked it he wishes based on the conversations that they had a chance to to be with ESPN we're Scotty came out and sat down and chop it up with Damon I we broke down so film and kind of went around the practice facility to see some of the changes shows that are available today at access to this extra revenue stream that is available because of the fact that we can be influencers in have following malt on a Scotty for taking some time because it was very helpful for me to kind of pick his brain and see what he's expecting for me this upcoming season is that have been done since he's actually played here in two thousand but it was cool man to conversations offhand we're just about this season you know what he's looking to see for me this year so you know in the nineties and even now to this day so could you imagine if Michael Jordan Scottie Pippen in those bulls had access to social media had access to the the amount of talks are they really made the game popular they were literally a rock band in like a mythical basketball legend this questions offer him a mass about his mentality asked him about you know what is like to be able to win a championship let alone six and other consistency that it takes we started the wave and now we're just carrying the torch and continuing to expand the game for the next generation yeah I imagine how much different it would have been with social media I mean guys did things a lot different the NBA League passed. Now you have all these different avenues to where people are able to study the game in be a part of the game of all time at least perimeter wise Scotty is a hall of Famer one of the best fifty players never played a game and one of the best two way players investment only back then we know that you know we've heard the stories about Michael Jordan going to Atlantic City during the playoffs I mean things like that happened and now sure how good we can be the changes and the way my game has evolved over the course of my career he's Kinda watched me and I just kind of defensive player in College also had the number twenty four retired by Old Dominion and inducted into the school's athletic ring at halftime against St players the former players know that recognize all the difficulties that you guys go through in this Arab because of how open and accessible your lives are how players can never get away with it so I like how he says you know that they would have loved to have been part of this era but I don't know if some of the based on the popularity of some of these social media channels loud people would have been exposed you know if they're gambling or if they're going to do certain things on game night or post game right there's ways to really physically deter someone's image and there's also ways to improve your image so it's a double edged sword rival VCU on December two thousand sixteen without further ado and welcome special guest Ken base more to the pull up pod appreciate your call Ambro it Mary appreciate your beyond off camera you guys have any other great conversations I mean how mu- it seemed like it was pretty natural how much how much did you guys talk about off the career you've been trained to trump blazers now let's take it back a little bit too early on in your career how would you describe your early days live team two thousand ten to two thousand twelve the lefty Drizzle Award in two thousand eleven for those who don't know what that is the lefty drizzle awards given to the nation's top would have been okay living in this current world of social media but a lot of players would have had to make drastic changes in their day to day lifestyle and how they move off the court in a base gone how you're moving around in about on and off the court but I think they're definitely some guys that would have been in trouble and there's definitely some guys that would have flourished under lawyers I know you were undrafted you've established yourself as a guy who does things the right way in has a defined role now but how would you describe your earlier years with the warriors at the beginning of your definitely positives and negatives I think it comes with the territory but as the saying goes you have to be careful what you wish for I think certain players twenty thirty years learn from your earliest situation obviously you know you wanted to be drafted you go undrafted you have to fight for roster spot eventually waves the work ethic You earn two college degrees that Old Dominion Human Services in Criminal Justice the work ethic was their early on for you what did you down in Orlando I was guarding James Harden in practice right before we left he was getting ready for Team USA and I was underneath this the spotlight we want to welcome our special guest to pull apart right now I'm just GonNa read a little bit of background information for our listeners out there first team all see a in two thousand twelve second team all ca two thousand eleven to time CAA defensive player of the year two thousand eleven two thousand twelve three times ca so many colleague Taty guys coming out and sitting there watching the draft and twenty twelve you know waiting for your name get called and unfortunately it doesn't pretty used to you know just you know having to continuously prove yourself you know regardless of what situation you're in or you know having this outworked people and in this you know it's still taking me tremendous places and you know I didn't play much of Golden State but I found myself on the sideline you know you know that's one thing that I you know continue to the semi to the day even been you know a eight years in I'm still non-real come on and follow his protests were minute so you had finally be on your I appreciate you bro We got a lot to discuss obviously we're going to start with ornament you like bump wny's at a bruised knee so I missed that entire ah I mean somberly down there saw flout Vegas games and they plugged me go and feed it and you know that was kind of the beginning then you know that you know work ethic and you know not right close golden state my niece still went right at play in a couple of days so the night before the game so I was just like run watching the those guys you know from the bigger schools you know it gave me that chip in the first place underdog mentality I just Kinda rode that wave and it'd be the best teammate I could be all celebration and stuff going crazy over there and you know withstand locked in my name called in the playoffs extremely hard still go extreme heart I take pride in that just out planned people in you know coming from a smaller school and you know training training camp invite Summer League invite from the warriors in a hand look that I actually had Oklahoma City and monitor nobly hits the three to beat us right at the end of the game so you know want to talk about almost you know cement in yourself and then have anything planning San Antonio I'm sitting on a bench for forty seven minutes close throws me and I gotTA stop in a potential game winning layup and then going away that that was it was fun to be in that situation but it kind of hurt me a little bit because I really wanted to win that game of that layout and You know in mattress a Matt Book and nineteen boxes of like under Armageddon Very Day I'm showing up and you know new stuff do like every day I mean for your turn to get playing time get traded to the Lakers what did you learn from this situation and how has that kind of shaped you into the player you are today we've kind of kind of everything I have been mentality and you know plan through you know doing whatever have to do to counter stick had he talked about doing whatever you have to do to stick they went down with under armour when you're with the warriors because I know you've told this story but I'm not sure our listeners are familiar with it it's a great story about how sometimes and finally I reach out to my agent not tell him he reaches out Christone who's a still a great friend of mine and you know a seven all the small guy wins and at that point in time under armor was not the established kind of giant they've become and neither were you you were undrafted Old Dominion Agent Austin Wall Reaches Out John Armor County young and upcoming didn't have many guys in the League at the time and my first shipment you know I was I may I look there'd be young shoe brands and my I had talked to anyone unarmed so he I mean he showed a little bit in nineteen boxes of Gear I'm I'm in a unfurnished apartment yeah I mean it was nuts I'm I'm furnished apartment with trying to make a name for yourself yeah so I'm just a guy I don't have any product I was actually wearing nikes came from a Nike School was actually wearing Nikes formally oh just little moments like that really gave me the confidence to believe that I belong to the best in the world can you actually walk us through however a game cool to sit down and discuss the NBA Today compared to back in the eighties nineties how style has changed how fashion has played a role in our brand I'm I'm a kid from the middle of nowhere you know with new gear every day you know Steph Kinda took a look oh man I mean who is this guy walking in with all this new stuff and I made this pitch that you know I had no idea probably knowing that underarms and you know it was just last year were Nike and Oh for some extra conditioning and I don't any brace and his Ryan and you know try to get myself in the best shape it's possible Klay Thompson kills it the first where I think it was a great start man obviously planning at a mid major school you kind of know how tough it is not Dan how basically can't is responsible for for staff going under armor rocking all the gear he got all the shoes and pretty soon staffing years later eight years later several years later Perry sevens out and on the Armas trend in the right direction. Cj I'm curious did you know that under armor story that validate you as a player because you obviously knew it but when you're peer started noticing especially guys like Rondo all-stars like that how did it feel good I mean you know but I always trust my work you know always understand that you know what you so you know if you put in work in terms of how you fell showing that you can really play can't because early on in your career you weren't given as much of an opportunity and how much the point is gonNA show ups and downs EMISS- is bad games off nice but at the end of the day you look at your collection of work you know The next morning Friday morning I do my physical in an I play on. Espn Against Boston that night and I have a great guy acres what was it like going from celebrations sporadic playing time MP's to starting for the Lakers two plane with cold attain fifteen four and three like thirty three minutes it's crazy and everyone so you know and Rondo grand on you know some of my gear and they'd take great care of me man and it's been amazing ride Kevin Plank has been awesome Seo what was that like go from that small place to playing on the big stage into in terms of markets to really hold your own being able to finally it's crazy yeah I mean and it's been like that every you know they my my colleges now under armor my school My logo print on something. Well I'm always playing hard so I never I never lacked the confidence like even my workout I was going against like Brian Scott Name and there it was crazy man crazy that all happened Geez it's all in the small details man you said you came from a small place you came from they were gonNA play a lot 'cause Kobe I think he fractured his kneecap that year so he was done so they can't written off the season so I went down there got twenty minutes so I get in a dry back down in Sacramento I mean from Sacramento to debate at night I fly out of the Beta la brainy and you know a couple of guys and you know just you know killing them not talking talking trash kind of what I do and you know Calvert is it let's say that right North Carolina three hundred people you go undrafted go to the warriors spent some time in the D. League you get traded to the a good man together and just Kinda let you know the frustration or not plan You know in all the work show I was GONNA ask that too a part of a really good culture to go into the Lakers to getting a lot of playing time in a rebuilding year to being traded to the Atlanta Hawks to where you it's GonNa show that you put in the time of always believed in that and like I say you know even when I'm not you know shooting it well or Anna came full circle cj what was your first experience planning can't and when did you first realized how good of a player he was especially defensively well I knew who he was yeah no I go to chapel and Bob Mars Mark Jackson or standing outside right after Chapel Hill I need to talk to you for a second on my oh man what's going on Dan I seem obviously his history of where he came from two small school being undrafted too okay we're GONNA send you down to the Lakers you wanNA trade you down to the Lakers and I got traded for St Blake Myself From Marshon Brooks Trade Steve Blake and was like oh the cheerleading go play like Paul appears popular with the nets play the next the next game and they were like Dang for cheerleader you can play you know like and Nike actually screwed up you know stuffs presentation as me went there they have picked wrong name yeah yeah like K. D. Unleash out of the cage yeah it's crazy because I got traded the day before the deadline we're up in Sacramento with the warriors you're up his second hard to make it undrafted and nearly impossible to go from undrafted so like big deal so just to be able to see the transformation humane I just had no nobody does somebody so to speak so I had immense amount of respect for for the the path he took because it's it's hard to make in this league in general it's super now you know saying you know keep going you know we had before you always good things so you went from not playing to being I went to the Eastern Conference finals and Do that I was an amazing year I mean that's kind of like you know all the stuff you go through I start to season off ended up resigning then you win what fifty five did you in sixty games in Atlanta game yeah my first year in Atlanta we wanted sixty games a lot of respect for him because I know it wasn't easy nothing was was really given to him but I don't remember playing each other probably until I didn't play much the Three Gorges Dam and it was I mean it was amazing you know Kinda Kinda put me on a map source You know people are actually really early on in my career so I was watching in two thousand thirteen I was hurt in Atlanta played against getting a chance to play with the Lakers respected the grind because I know what it's like to to go from unknown transform yourself into somebody the transformation in how life comes full circle Kavak you can't on the other side guarding cj for the first time and realizing what kind of offensive player he was to see who I was A lot of tweets came out that I used to tweet about the Brian Way back in the day so it was crazy was from the celebrations obviously early I was I wasn't in NBA was still in college and washed a lot of weird games and I've seen the celebrations because a few years ago like David I was watching watching you can't play we were thinking like we need somebody like counter team we said some years ago and I think he was thinking the storm and you're rewarded with you know one of the best year the alive and getting to play on TV front all you folks you know for the first time involved seeing how we do things understanding in immersing yourself within the culture two now like basically would you think Portland before you got here and now what are your thoughts Dan you breaking it down I've always liked the togetherness you know obviously dame major Siham you know is that picture of you and I think we're doing Leo Jersey how smalley was now you know we we worked out a couple of times this summer together and during the season so when I got the moment I just didn't hold back now would he turn the ball over I care just kept kept playing Beth another and you know we try to do things that so I started starting at three we lost a quarter I think in game two in the marsh sprained his knee I was starting very first NBA workouts with the Portland Trail Blazers back at twenty twelve so they bought me up and off Golden State

Lakers Scotty Pippin Cj La clippers Denver Nuggets Lou Williams Brian Scott League bulls Jordan Kalis Eric Boston Espn Kevin Plank Evan Turner Rondo
ACS (Part 2): Gary Sinise and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

The Adam Carolla Show

00:00 sec | 2 years ago

ACS (Part 2): Gary Sinise and Hollywood Hand Me Downs

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. It's time to check Adams voice mail. Just passed in Delaware on I ninety five the overhead amber sign, it was a two parter that have a need for speed question. Mark. Then you're not maverick slowdown. Also, currently going fifty four in sixty five love the show. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four. It is bizarre sort of in my Gary Sinise frame of mind of what's going on in North Korean almost two thousand and twenty. I've feel same way about the signs all around the country's a huge big electronic signs. You can communicate with literally everyone who pays taxes because look if you're at home, and your shut in your Yuna bomber then you're not on the freeway, but everyone else pays taxes is somewhere on these highways and byways go into work or drop the kids off or whatever it is. You have a way to communicate with all of them in every city, and there's a group of sort of unfunny folks who sit around and go, well, let's see can we rhyme Grinch with unsafe lane change. The holidays Olisa Ted. Sorry, you're Jewish. But I'm still a million with what percentage of the motor? And they're trying to figure out what rhymes with airbag or what rhymes with seat belt or what rhymes with the again. If it's an Easter thing what rhymes with bunny, and it's I who signed off on this. Why don't we put real super pertinent information? Become an organ donor. Put check on your neck going into renew your license. Check the owner the organ donor box or whatever mentor child anything anything other than what rhymes with Grinch. They're all like the dumbest like the force won't be with you speed. You know, it's fucking. What what is that like, which is out of problems? There is nothing. We want people to do other than something with us your signals the timely and topical topgun reference. If you guys always top of mind, man, not Mavericks pet like if you look. Up those things to out the the country. It's a group of people you wouldn't talk to if you're at a party like if this group was at a fucking party. You wouldn't go near the fund do pot. They're all like hanging around. And then they just try to think of weird little kind of sort of snuggling or something for motorists that don't give a fuck. It's weird again. I think you would like people to hit that hit that box. Trust the force. But buckle up. Okay. But, but what about being an organ donor or what about if it steers it clears a classic something? All right. You're going to hear about Josh real quick. Yes. Jaw from pedia Jesuits released June. Twentieth. Nineteen seventy five according here jaws also played a major part in the stabbing summer as the prime season for the release of studios. Biggest box office contenders. Their intended blockbusters winter long been the time when most hope for hits were distributed while some are largely reserved for dumping films thought likely to be poor performers. The idea being I think back in the day. Oh, there's to compete with people outside going to the beach their stuff to do winter. What weather's coal Bip people want to ride. I want to get away from our now they serve booze and gourmet food, and we're all fat. Fuck we're not going to beat. But yes, it was my recollection. Was it sort of started the summer blockbuster this half of the show brought to you by pack out versus Browner the Saturday, nine o'clock Showtime, simply safe go to SimpliSafe dot com slash sham and geiko dot com. All right, Brian Scott announcement, I have something to tell you I and will play a nother snippet of me and Amre up onstage. Amc rolls on prepared. I believe this one somebody wrote down Dr drone a ping pong ball. And keep you posted. I two minutes of this. This next. This next word is also. A name counts. Yeah. What a name. Yeah. I I guess everything or nothing counts. Dr drew. Oh, Dr drew. Yeah. What's funny? It just brought his name. Doctors Amana passion he l look this is a good excuse. Let me tell you this about strip clubs, and and I feel the same way. No one is there. One call Dr drew, I go there too. Yeah. As yeah. Yeah. You'd have like the businessman's buffet Pap smears in the champagne. Like a medical sort of flavor to ever gotten to pep schmear to genuine pony. All right. Oh, yeah. We have a medical fem- when the order cocktail and you get to olives. The guy the guy reaches into the olive container uses a specula- to get them out there. Thank you into. And they're all right. Dr drew now, here's something I respect about Dr drew. I said to Dr drew wants what's what's up with you not going to strip clubs because I love going to strip clubs and he didn't like going to strip clubs, and he gave a very satisfying answer to me. Which is I am so fucking horny. All the time. I am like fucking caged leper, just you know, we don't pace look, you're so horny you have to pace. He said I can't go to a strip club. Because I may like literally jump up on the stage. And fuck someone tier I added the airport say the flooding the ears seems like a reason not to go. I am saying that is an acceptable reason. Like, you're too fucking horny. And you're too passionate. Yeah. Like you walk into the strip club already masturbating. That's right. That's going to turn some people off. Right. Good luck. With the bouncer, by the way, oh, there's a cover. Hold on. My wallet's on my left hand, you might reach in grab it and for me. Yeah. This dick hand here. All right, Connecticut, Foxwoods February eight and crawls unprepared. And then they'll be taken to the Wilbur theatre in Boston for same show. I just remind everybody. So this show is a challenge from Jimmy Kimmel to Adam to go up and stage with no material at all. And the only thing is people. Right. Just a word or an idea. And a bingo ball domestic do three to five minutes to stand up on based on that. I shall probably open with about twenty twenty five minutes of stand up. And then I think we'll veer into this lane. But other than that, very interactive very full of audience participation. Yes. All right, and Brian has himself an announcement as well with through on the New Year's resolution. I'm how you doing outs ball. Brian socks are now for sale anyone who wants them divvy up socks dot com. Partner divvy up socks accompany. I found them through my mother-in-law. She gave me socks with Charlie's face on. Because that's their thing. Put your pets face on. That's larry. I'm going to get those of my own people online thought it was a good idea. And now they're available at divvy up socks dot com slash BB. You can probably find tweet about it. As an owner of a pair of these quality. He's Vail in men's sizes women's and youth. I wanna see kids with these docs. And also Brian would never say this. But none of the money's going to the Gary Sinise foundation. No, no. I'm actually charging him. Yeah. Action put him on your kid ham run around the school yard and shorts. And I mean shorts like the guitar player showing. Young. Have all the kids ask why do you have the guy for match mount Marshall from the thousand? How dare you? These are thirty days only, the good news is they they'll ship the process and ship them soon as you get them to wait till the end of thirty days, you're gonna you're gonna catch Bryant socks. Tune. Let's let me say this. And I would love to see these live shows on the cruise entrepreneurial spirit everybody alive and well at the girl show, and God bless you. Brian governed go out get pair of those socks because this is what we're talking about the New Year's resolution time. All right. Let's see. Let's jump into little news show, we Gina grants. Do you it? You it break. All those crazy. Trump tweets for gene, grad trouble. Gene. The news with Gina grad. They might not be helping Dennis Prager at all. But YouTube is starting to take control of some of its video content. They are starting to ban users from sharing videos of dangerous pranks on its platform because of concerns about challenges that put people's lives in jeopardy. The company updated its guidelines on Tuesday and said it will not allow the upload of prank or challenge videos, quote that can cause death and or have caused death in some instances, it cited examples like the tide pod challenge were dumb kids are eating detergent, basically. I love to judge. I would have definitely done all of the thing. They asked me to do when I was fourteen. Yeah. The other one was a fire challenge. Would you have set yourself on YouTube celebrity, you're you're more era? That's right. Joni north Hollywood, I would have well, I'm trying to I I'll tell you that just a quickly not given it any. Pre thought but a short list of like stupid shit. And I think most of it would would go. All right. Well, then he would have eaten the tide pods. I obviously I went to a coin op giant laundry coin up laundry thing and lock myself in there too spun around the steel metal fins in their hot air, blowing everywhere. Water out his ones asks into the into the fast food window that of a sweet video jumping off hard of that. This is your Jack. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Filling up with a hose animating on. Being out on a employee at Jack in the box getting with a hot flaming hot marshmallow. Well, that's true. You guys have you guys really got a picture with a marshmallows like when it's completely Gulf inflates makes noise and having that then it's one thing if you blew it off and cool it off, and maybe touch it to your cheek. But while it was still on talk to my face. I've jumped off many of three storey condo roof into pools. And not only that pools that weren't in that condo neighboring buildings. You had to clear fans and a little bit of some concrete to get to the pool. Many flips off of many roofs in many pools, and I've jumped many BMX bikes into pools. I have set up ramps at one end of the shallow end of the pool and done the done the long, so yeah, I would've been down with most of this stuff. You would have been a YouTube star for sure they're upping the ante not only do they not want those challenge videos, the companies now extended its policy banning harmful and dangerous content to pranks with a perceived danger of series physical injury. So you can't have people believing. They're in a drive by shooting or they're being a home invasion, the sites that it's currently working to remove videos violate the new guidelines, right? Drove cold water on a motorcycle without touching the handlebars Jesus easy. That was one of the sounds good very easy to do move. I guess on the right bike and have once in a while. People say come on. I I would never in one hundred million lifetimes say I I started up at MOl hall and on my Honda four hundred four put my hands on the tank and never touched a bars until I cross Moorpark when all the way down coal by leaning the bike in the foot brake and putting it neutral. I would never say that. If I grab the bar two times. It would be null. And void. I'd have to either not say anything or go back up to the top and tried and tried again. It's insane. When people go oh, come on like while. You're sensually saying I'm lying, but I would never bring it up. Like, I just wait for something would not bring that up. I'd go. If I did bring it up. I'd go I tried to go down cold water in a motorcycle without touching the bars. Once and I had to grab it halfway through. That's what the story would be not. I never touch the bars. There was a big deal to not touch bars, but again more easily done, but idea that I was trying to entertain myself on a motorcycle like that. I was coming over Coldwater canyon that was boring LA. And I was like I got to see if I can not touch the bars of his motorcycle suggests that I had whatever that was that why were the tide? What am I think it's called shitty student syndrome as yes, what am I favor of videos that I would imagine they take down? When it says, you can't have people think they're in perceived danger, one of my favorite prank videos of all time is when a truck is hauling another truck speed up. Yeah. The the husband or the boyfriend whatever is driving and his wife is fast asleep. I think and he wakes God we're gonna crash in all she sees is this truck coming at her. But it's just being hauled the same direction, and it is areas. So yeah. Let's see. And listen, let's not let's not remove that part of life where there is no harm. We all enjoy the huge black massive athlete. Right. Who get scared when the monster jumps out of the cake, right? It's it's good clean fun. Here's one of the examples. I know there's more than one. But here's here's a popular one. Woman's asleep. That's a big Peterbilt semi truck or backwards backwards. A lot of head on. Hey, my deal is in my my my posse. Mike crew the deal was always this. You went about toxic masculinity. Oh, man. You fall asleep in front of in front of human beings. That are wake anything that happens after you as all your fault. It's all your fault. We'll put a we'll we'll duct tape you to the to the recliner, you're on draw huge Dicks on your forehead with sharpie. Whatever it is you you fall asleep or pass out at a time earlier than you're supposed to go to sleep or pass out in front of people that aren't asleep and all that all on you, Tony if the sun is shining and your husband driving, and you're sleeping, then you get whatever you get to. You must have experienced this in New Orleans on your party when you went reason. Yeah, exactly. I would love you guys to teach a class on how to remain friends after something like this. Remain friends. With Mike August passes out at Jimmy's house watching football and cousin sow goes full yokozuna by dropping his pants was bare ass dropping his face. Mike blames himself injured. Why did you fall asleep? While we were watching football known a blame myself, and also how you ever gonna learn a lesson about falling asleep. Upping? We let you wake up hours on your greatest part about that is Mike never even got mad. Mike tooth was knocked off his his camp was knocked out. Because at the last moment when he heard yoga's tried to block himself with his wristwatch any has a Rolex with the metal wristwatch and the metal wristwatch pushing his face, and he still wasn't mad. You wanna know why Mike Oxus dad is a football coach he grew up with a dad football coach he grew up playing football, and he's not a pussy. So that's why you never hear Mike August so cold so early so early we went to bed like they went to bed at one AM, and we met at the lobby of five thirty show. And I never never heard word always sitting in the lobbing print out the boarding passes was coffee. That's it. You know, what one of his big responses? I just realized if you make a comment if you're not complaining, you're just you say like, oh, my cold in here, whatever so call, nah. I love him for that. And I fucking hate pussies. God do I hate. We don't be don't do enough. But we don't do enough. Was he saying we do all the oh toxic masculinity? That's gotta end. But we don't do nothing. Like, hey, fuck and post shut up you running this country. Gary Sinise hate you. All right. We don't need yokozuna clip. Thanks. Well, we talked a little bit about Mary. Carey versus Mariah Carey yesterday. And who's in the news today? Mariah she is suing a former per store sent Christy. Canyon carries suing Jenner Jameson, no personal assistant. She says trying to blackmail her with embarrassing videos. According to TMZ Maria says Liana Zarin, would you assume that all videos of riot, Harry that where she wasn't willing knowing like, look, she can do panel on co bear. But I would assume almost every video of her. That wasn't supposed to be taken. It's horrible. Yes. Her bitching at somebody or yelling at somebody or doing something insanely narcissistic, right? I've everything is bad. Imagine the best case scenario is something that we think no big deal like walk out of the bedroom without makeup that she would freak out about getting out. The best case, my my my my theory in life is you could follow Gary Sinise around with a secret video tape recorder, and you wouldn't find him kicking any puppies or doing anything that he was looked bad? I feel like almost everything. Mariah Carey Dessus back. Well, we'll just give to the good part. According to the lawsuit Zarian secretly filmed mariah's personal intimate activities and showed them to her friends. Finally, my world are going to collide with Mary. Carey Mariah Carey and. Yeah, after she was fired. She allegedly threatened to leak the videos, if she wasn't paid eight million dollars Mariah is seeking unspecified damages and wants the videos returned by the way, this is not chump change guess how much she was paid a year. In two thousand fifteen to be Mariah Carey's, personal assistant. Okay. Well, first off at my list of things to do like jumping in body over the knife in my mouth caper move for me hands registered suing someone for unspecified amount Campbell the know that I shall sue. And you'll never know how much you'll never know. What's your nation go while? She got fired because she used mariah's credit card and would buy things for self. But guess how much she was paid a year going to get a lot because Mariah Carey's from the old the older days where the stupid money for people who you know, made made music so one hundred hundred ten K A. Yeah. Okay. I'm guessing a lot because you keep asking guess how much I got paid already two dollars of so, yeah, you're the way you're couching. It what do you think need to be surprised by how much it is? And. One fifty. Well, I didn't catch it. Well, enough three hundred twenty seven thousand dollars to be Mariah Carey's assistant through most. Hello about that that we don't including flights Mr. for the private jet. That's worth ten thousand that kind of thing maybe who has on religious gave his two week notice. Who set the pri-? I mean who said this is how much I got paid. Ryan's lawsuit says Aaron was hired as a personal assistant twenty fifteen was paid three. There's value. You know, what I mean, she was given concert tickets, maybe five hundred bucks each. Okay. So to that number. No, that's that's that's a lie car. Never never underestimate the law and Mark era ghost going. I have forensic accountant guy. I can hire him. And that guy will fuck and spit out numbers that you've never even dreamt of in terms of what you owe. Or what they do or whatever it is. Like if somebody says, look if some just sort of neutral player comes in and goes, I worked for the H and R block that you got our taxes done with. And here's what the papers that she gave to me or we feel that last year. I would believe that person. If you go the oath, she's been well compensated to yes that every meal every fly that is full re that is price is right sailboat. Ranch on everything to Jack that number up as high as humanly possible because I bet if you talked to her she tell you she made seventy two thousand dollars last year in salary, and then all this. Lexus es us doing her bidding backstage that backstage pass right? All right. Let me tell you quickly about Pat Gavdos's Browner fights coming up clash of speed and clashes styles to boxing's most explosive punches go toe to toe for the welterweight title. These guys are all action pack. Ow. You all know Bronner your fight guy. Definitely. No. I don't. I think he's from Nana. Somebody else are he's he's the one hundred forty seven pound champ. Former champ Rohner's look into begin second reign as welterweight title as pack now, fourth rain is one hundred forty seven pound champ pack out only, eight division world champion ever. And he's returning to the US to fight Browner. Get ready for explosive action Belda bell toe to toe Saturday January nineteenth nine PM eastern. Six PM Pacific time live on pay per view. That's pack Ambrosia. All right. What else you got? Bob Costas is officially done with NBC after forty years of hosting the network's coverage of a century every major sporting event in America. According to Fox News while the move was quietly announced in received very little attention. It's hardly surprised to sports fans who've seen him less and less over the last few years industry watchdogs have predicted that Costas. His exit from NBC would come sooner than later after his roles on several prominent events reduced the biggest one I would imagine he step down from his role as primetime host of NBC's Olympics coverage, for example, he did that for did that eleven times starting in ninety two. I don't have a real read on Kostas other than very professional. Very good at his job kind of Ryan Seacrest. The asking that he very likable does a very good job keeps everything running. I don't know. I have a beer with him or not. Yeah. That's that might be a burst your far, but he seems have thoughts and opinions that may be a Ryan Seacrest doesn't have like secrets the nila almost flavourless yogurt. We're at least cost has some points of view. What had interview show? Yeah. No, I agree that what happened. I think it was Super Bowl coverage where he got a bit of a backlash for talking about football players and concussions. We're not really supposed to do. I mean, I like him. I'm just trying to figure out like if I came over on football Sunday. And we crack a beer whether we'd really like him or we'd be a little disappointed or whatever the one thing. We heard about him which always liked was he just he lives in Saint Louis because he can get to either coast and three hours lives in the middle. And I've always sort of like that thinking, I'm always going to be I can get to New York in two and a half hours kind of thing. I just always thought that was a smart move for guy who really didn't need to live anywhere. You could live in Saint Louis and get anywhere needed to get the one thing I'm afraid of. And I'm not insinuating anything I'm just saying in my head growing up. I always got Bob Costas and Matt Lauer mixed up, and it hope he's not leaving for the same reasons. Thanking them just saying in my head. They were bit interchangeable growing. Well, as the metoo movement is taught us nobody is beyond this. I mean, when you get deal, the grass Thais and mixed, and although let's be honest. I don't know about half this shit. You know, when you go, well, Neil, degrasse, Tyson, and Al Franken could do it. Then anyway, but let's not what do they do again. It's it's unclear what they what they did. But everyone is potential candidate or s I gonna falls between everybody trim, right? Well, changing gears here the song. Africa by TOTO has become a permanent part of the continent of Africa. The songs make me Anglo. This is gonna you're gonna hate this story. No angry because when I find the reboot of this song master pattern is it. We. They they really and then they did Rosanna recently. Yeah. Or okay. So I don't like we I don't like the members of weezer fucking nerd assholes. But anyway, other than that delights fucking. There's nothing worse than angry nerds, listen police. Fucking cheer up. Okay. I walk into my other shop, and the have it on k rock, and they're playing Toto's Africa except for its weezer Africa except for it's the same song, advocacy. Not good. And look as a guy who doesn't like sampling and doesn't like using other people's shit when you're creating art. I like, oh, I'm doing a painting. But I'm using part of a Picasso. I'm not doing a whole like numbers. I don't cover. I don't like it with anything. I just don't like it with anything flies in the face of. Art. Understood. How? If you want to go as a made it clear, you wanna go can't Stevens. Same cook. Another Saturnin to calypso reinterpretation is this the new one or the old one? This is. New one has an anti Trump. They added a little bit of river on the snare. To jeff. It has no Luca third. So in my world. You shouldn't be doing remake. But I won't give you two exceptions. I will give you the cat Stevens calypso version of another Joan fucking flavor on it or. Black man. Born in Mississippi, sunny, son of a sharecropper never would have heard the song. Yes. Wrap it up take it by the fabulous Thunderbirds and less. They remade wrap it up all take it twenty three years later. We we wouldn't know that song that guy was too poor to black into under represented here, though, boss to say why they made this. No, I'm gonna say the gray area is Paul pain. Ah to fantastic song called jet airliner. Nobody would have ever known that song less for Stevie guitar Miller. Hurt snake? Finger you put you on from the vaults. You know, what I mean like a song that is not known? This is ridiculous. Now, I will tell you the reason they did this it'll be semi satisfying. And that's all I can hope for they got trolled. I guess enough times by this girl this hard core. Weezer fan b basically started this online campaign, please weezer remaking the Toto's Africa over and over again. So they kind of they bit and they did it sort of not as a joke. I mean, they're obviously trying. Ohio. They did that then I think they did Rosanna as well. But they were asked to it became the sort of online trolling campaign, but I still agree with you. And it's in TOTO has far superior version. But I don't it doesn't seem like they would have done it without being prodded. That's all a joke in the total covered a weezer song in response. All right. I'll take my foot off the vitriol celebrator pellet pedal, just a little bit here. But still we don't need. It doesn't need to be played on k rock because we have there is the original which sounds the same. But better so back to why we're even talking about TOTO and second down guys with me in that. I I wanna live in a world where the fabulous Thunderbirds when they do wrap it up. Find out who was originally buy max patta from and there's been a lot of these songs that we've never heard of or heard the original one of but at the very top during the little instrumental part. I wanna hear the name of the dude. Like rapper stir. Wait isn't Qatar business on? No remake. One one of the reasons why love the black Crowes so much every single time. They played hard to handle every single time to where they were. It always started with the preemptive. Here's an Otis Redding number. We right, right. Perfect. Example wasn't a big hit with Otis Redding. But big hip by cross that's been something. I've thought should be a rule forever. A ban that no one's heard of can't get famous of cover. I don't like it. Oh, my God to fucking smooth criminal fucking Bach. You fucking hacks. I don't even know, but it's just fucking taking a Michael Jackson song doing screaming it to fuck. You Jesus Christ wrap it up at the same in Dave song. Ho Sam and Dave. That's right. Two brothers that were. Our save had some hits. But people don't attribute wrap it up to Sam. And Dave they tribute it too. And also, it's cool because it could start and go, you know, shat out the Sam and Dave for this one. And then you go into it, right? If the guy's name is Harold Abramowicz. It's a little bumpy at the beginning. You know what I mean? Well herald site put his name on it whether or not he wrote it tip the cap the herald Steph Brahma wits junior for shit. So today. Wasn't a car national car campaign like a fuck afford something. I'm sure make sense with the Ford Thunderbirds at some week. There was like sales event, you know? Tough enough. A was that a cover? I'm not I'm not aware of it. I don't think it was. But I don't know. But we would know they'd yell out the dude's name beginning. All right. Let's. Original and then wrap it up with a Toyota. So there. I guess they didn't think people did The Thunderbird part. All right. Let me tell you about simply safe almost half of us. Make the New Year's resolution get healthier save money. Get organize. Oh L starved. Great intentions, and then a month later, I said a Slough off a little one resolution worth sticking with this year. Keep your home and family safe. It's simply safe simply safe twenty four seven home security, no contracts. No catches feel protected. Every time you shut your door leave for work and shut your eyes leave for good night's sleep more than three million people feel this way simply safe, by the way, PC MAG named SimpliSafe editor's choice and reader's choice for two thousand eighteen. So this is great technology. It's great company. Started by guys. I went to Harvard had some friends getting ripped off. Then security company was gonna come in there and rip them off some more. And he said, you know, I'll do my own thing. Go to SimpliSafe dot com. Slash and get started easy fascinating at SimpliSafe dot com slash him. All right. What else to put a bow on this? This Namibian artists has set up a desert installation run by solar energy that continuously plays Africa on a loop. Toto version. Yep. Says he wanted to pay the song the ultimate Amish and physically exhibit Africa in Africa. Still he admits that not everyone appreciates it. He says some of his countrymen love it and some states the worst sound installation ever. And he takes that as a compliment. So the middle of the desert, literally, the speakers power, you're doing some, you know, so journa- cross the desert, and you're starting to hallucinate and you come up on this. And here's what it sounds like in the desert. Sitting alone. Six speakers. I don't mind. This would you think you were hallucinating tried this experiment with that? Ted Nugent stranglehold in Detroit several years ago didn't make it. Last longer. I went with top high end speakers sub woofers I want fucking high end all the way. I don't know when there were stolen. Exactly all I knows that it was set up Monday. Was it wasn't there on Tuesday? When I got there the fine. I got their day AM damn so overnight TV shortly after it was set up didn't work. I don't know maybe pick the wrong. Ted Nugent song. Could making a statement and could have been that. I know. I don't have a rear view mirror. So I can't look back but should've picked another showing stranglehold. All right. That was the motor city madman thought they'd appreciate a local pride, by the way you want to. Critique his lyrics named madman is in. What do you want out of the guy? All right. Well, if you're looking to broaden your horizons, but cheaply there is a great way to do it. As of right now, you can buy a house on southern Italy's beautiful island of Sicily for less than the cost of a Cup of coffee. CNN reports that the hilltop town of sim Buca with views over the Mediterranean island air by each's has placed dozens of houses on sale for a dollar. Let's look there's a small catch. But I wouldn't even call it a catch. I would say it's your responsibility the deal is aimed at reviving the community at like many rural spots in Italy has suffered from depopulation people wanna move to bigger cities and get out of there. One cow town. The catch is the new owners must commit to refurbishing the house that they buy. It's they're not too big. It's forty two hundred and fifty square meter houses. And you have to do it within three years, and it's going to cost about seventeen grand. That's the big catch. You're also gonna need to cough up a security deposit about six grand that'll be returned to you. Once the restyle is complete but buyers won't be disappointed. As the promotions boasts in Buca as a silent and peaceful and Dylan retreat deal. It's good excuse to drinks him. Buca. Oblige by laws of the land in San Buca. I'd like to buy that talion villa for dollar and then run into somebody else and go what did you buy for a dollar and they'd go. Well, I don't wanna praise myself, but I can't toothpaste big go to travel ones either. This. This is a five answer family. Okay. Still using bought it in the summer. We also got myself McDonald's Cup of coffee before eight AM, obviously goes up after that. But you get there early score. Would you get for a dollar? All right. Let's do one more. All right. Well, I guess on that note. This is a good reason to book a trip this spring, a survey, and this this maybe this'll help part with that dollar for the villa? A survey of seniors reveal that one of their biggest regrets over their entire life was not traveling enough. The British Airways survey found that twenty percent of those over sixty five years old said they regretted not traveling enough. And a whopping sixty three percent of women and forty eight percent of men said they've never even owned a passport because they didn't think they'd be able to afford to go anywhere that they've ever wanted to go. It's down. It's up there with, you know, not stretching off not hugging your kids. Like, there's never even if you do it's a catch twenty two because if you are like, Brian, and you love travel and done a lot of travel on your deathbed. It's still not going to be announced somebody who love to travel. Yeah. I have ten Paul Newman. Racecars not enough. In my world. I need another Paul Newman race car in my dad's. I said I remember I told the guys I think, but I I told them like the other week like we're going to why. And he's like okay been wine now, and I'm like, he's getting ready to go to retirement villa? And I'm like, oh, you'll never gonna y you spent your entire life on the west coast pretty much, and you've never you never went to why at but the difference is I don't think my dad has thoughts about it. Most people most people have regrets or have have thoughts about but I'll feel sorry for him for him by calling Hawaii Hawaii. Why not now it costs money, and it takes time and in all the all the stuff of life. I think we can all agree that again stretching exercising hugging. Eating right. Telling your kids, you love them, whatever it is laughing travel. There's a laundry list than travel will always land somewhere somewhere in there to more. Really what they're I think what they're saying. When they're saying travel. They mean experiences more Trump for more sales calls more experience. But if in you don't have the money to book, a hotel or an airline flight, what you're kinda saying with travel is I need to experience things that are outside of my realm. My home and my neighbor, and they're probably way. As you could do that that don't involve getting on an airplane. You drive the Grand Canyon here. You know what I mean as canyon? I mean, you can literally just Joshua. How many museums are around you that you have never set foot or hotels historic hotels, and you could have in the lobby out of that are less than three miles from your house that you just never would walk into go. Do that. Can I tell you an example this I I don't know if it's a humble brag. 'cause we've all traveled a lot but go to a Mexican market and go holy shit. Every part of the. Go. Vera. You know, what what's my next big out of the country trip? And we I think we've all been a lot of places and Israel and Russia, Tonga and Belgium in Italy in Corolla, take three. Yes. And so we've all been cool places. But you know, what I've I've been most every national park several times, do you know, what I think my next big themed adventures going to be I wanna go. Visit small mining towns like old tiny mining towns. That's like something I can't get out of my head deadwood style. Because. Ghost town of old Americano? I can't get it out of my head. I want it so bad. I'll break you that show you fill broken era. Aero. Alta? You'll understand. Halley met. I mean, how long and Travolta and when you're done while era. I don't think you'll have such zeal for old mining towns. Thank you, watch it together. That will watch under siege. In case you ever think about going to see? All right. Let's bring it home it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. That was the news with Gina grad. Other good movie. I stand by to call was by a long shot. It is good. Good movie could say good move Jones. The heavy fantastic. Many good things going on at the top. Right. Let me tell you about geiko. You got your to do list, watch broken arrow. How about save hundreds of dollars in a car insurance? You don't have to go anywhere. Just go to Geico dot com. Fifteen minutes could be saving fifteen percent or more on your auto insurance. Put that money in your pocket only. Gyco again, go to Geico dot com. Spend fifteen minutes. See just how much could be saving on your auto insurance at geiko dot com. Some people been tweeting me they've been checking out road hard my movie on to BTV dot com. T u b I watch it for freight's their enjoy it. Far as I am not making any money of it. But I get paid in your satisfaction. Also, the Tenney booze and book club, presented by cola drinks free. Admission coming up everywhere. Seventh eight PM at Tenny Dawson's going to be there. It's going to be reading from ghost. And we'll have lots of QNA and booze and Mike McGowan will be there with the author or the author Mike mound. So go out there. Tens of great facility. Great place. Have some Ingraham in this rant say? Hi, Mike and company, and you go to calm for everything else. And we went ball Brian socks divvy up to vs divvy up socks socks dot com slash b b so Intel next I'm for Gary Sinise. Jeanette grant involved Brian Philly cheese steak, say Mahala. I'm sorry. Adam you need some you need some help there. Stick around for today's episode. Good sports with Dave damage Shak and Adam Corolla coming right up. Let's do the secret life of the Imos. Nesting doll living most pa- life in the dock inside the other nesting Dole's. He has plenty of time to think if could Saturday he has no brain, however, when in most nesting dole, his gyco not only saves people money, but also has been providing great service over seventy five years. She thinks it's obvious. You should switch because. Yes. Switching to Geico is a no brainer in a most nesting Dollond a lot in life. Checking. Blonde gas warns sports network, prisons, good sports side, sports fans. Welcome to one more episode of good sports this week on the Adam Corolla show, Dave damage Shakir Adam Karol over there A I keep lamenting at this week. And I'll do it one more time here. Three more meaningful. Pro football games left to be played. You've heard me say this before I'm going to bring it up again. And I'm going to do it every year until it comes to to pass the loser Bill how much better would it be in the week in between the title games and the Super Bowl every year for the two worst teams to play one another with the first overall pick on the line. The winner gets it. Now, you play it to play it up. You call it. The loser Volkers you sell it to Jenny Craig or Weight Watchers somebody like nothing. Somebody like nothing, and then and then you play it out on a burnt out junkie field. And you get a second rate ban to to do the music for it and all of them Erica watches. Now the cynics who would care about that game answer everyone because we're desperate for football. We're sad to see go. We'll hang our hat on anything right now. We would love to watch that game off the top of my head. I'm not sure who the two teams would be this year. But you know, you would certainly watch it, right? I'd watch that like ice to like watching bum fights back in the early two thousand you can watch world class athlete. Pugilist go at it. But hobos much better hungrier hunger. Literally. Yeah. And also I feel like maroon five could play both. So high falutin rangy, they're rangy. I had a sad. Uber ride the other week on the island Maui, which was. Really relating to the comedy first world problems people, but I had a crestfallen. My Uber SUV Hawaiian driver was lamenting the Pro Bowl. He said, yeah, they used to come out. Here was good business for us. You can always tell because Nate Newton would stand out amongst the local and these guys are show up. A lot of them would bring their Honey Bunny's they'd stay for a week. We have big deal. They'd have the Hawaiian music plane. A lot of guys lot of guys. I know would that would be the gift that they would give to their teammates who helped them out and get to the Pro Bowl. They would bring them and their families out as well. Yeah. And we're Landau not as good. And it's it's after instead of before or what it used to be between. It's in between. It's in between it used to be after. So you guys from the Super Bowl. So the pro ball, which took place in Hawaii, which was awesome back. Well, I just the novelty of something taking place in Hawaii other than a pig being put in the ground or Halley being screamed at leave the beach because only. Locals surf there was a novelty big deal. Remember as big deal if Brady the Brady bunch of Charlie's angels want to live with. Right in my life, but going to why and having guys you have a Pro Bowl. So now the current Pro Bowl system is none of the players from the two best teams and football shall participate. Correct. That's a pretty weird jumping off point for an all star game. You know what? I mean, you were on the best teen air go. You would think that you would probably rank among the best overall individually. Right. Imagine if we took that in, you know, foot basketball or baseball or boxing or anything, it's just like the two best. Nobody's eligible. That's weird. So the conceit is weird. And then not doing it in doing it where OJ lives in Orlando. Do you wanna do it? No J's house. Are you wanna to Hawaii? So let's get it back to why. And let's get it to after the Super Bowl. And then there's always that little revenge factor that was fun. Like, oh, this guy won the Super Bowl. And let's see they can come back and win the Pro Bowl after the I miss it. All I missed the lays. I miss the guys were also like the fat coaches wearing Hawaiian shirts. Fun thing. Sideline reporting. I hear you. I never liked. But you know, what I didn't like though and continue to not enjoy. And I'll see it presumably coming up here is I don't like seeing my guys the week after they lose a heartbreaking playoff game, laughing it up on the side gets to me that makes me angry. Yeah. I don't enjoy that somebody went after Shawn Watson. And of course, you're delusional. If the schon Watson's a bad guy because three days after he loses a playoff game. He is celebrating Clemson winning the national championship where he matriculated some media guy went after him like this no way to comport yourself. If you're a leader man all that jazz. Allowed to do that feel. I think you've you've expressed this about your own funeral many times. Where is in many people say, you know, what Dave would've wanted is for you guys to laugh and move on celebrate? But you want people bellowing and throwing themselves in your open grave. That's right. Yeah. Whatever course that's what everybody wants. All of mankind's rationalizations that's in the top five. Hey, why we're gonna go continue and do something fun is because that's how the recently deceased would have wanted. It. I'm on the record. I do not want any fun. I would like you to be so devastated I'd like for society. Be so devastated that everybody has done plug and just sit with their feelings healthy, you know, you can tell some nice stories about me be like it's not gonna be as much fun because now Dave isn't gonna make these fun stores for announced on many occasion. Because Corollas are pretty reserved punch. Mostly eighth ius, you know with some degree of education. It's not gonna work in terms of my funeral. Lot of folks going. Well, they'll be missed by some but life moves on. I'm going to hire heavy set women of color to just charged a grave and scream. Take me. Also show it stretching. It'll for my path. I think people be apprised by diverse background. If you're watching this video right now, then I departed my final instruction is find a few women of color. Yeah. Heavy said primly in that us what you'll do. We're gonna pretty Hiram. Okay. And just out they're going to say area. I'm Syria up about my passing and track down a couple of 'em throw themselves in the grave, and he'll take me. That's all. All right. Well, listen, I think we've we've figured it all out on another week of good sports here. But one last question for you have you seen the new guy if not we'll get him for you next week? And we'll look it up. Everybody swooning over the cardinals new head coach cliff Kingsbury everybody. He's another one handsome. They keeps always so handsome. He's one of those guys. I would walk right by on the street would never know that women. So normally you would dry hump guys lay. No, I've I've said I can see Tom Brady is a handsome devil. I see that. You know, listen, I got to is. I can see that George Clooney in his prime handsome devil, Marlon Brando charisma for day smoking. But other guys I would never know that they're considered to be handsome guys. I say maroon five like that guy. I was no he's hanging. A little Ryan Gosling good. That's who everybody says. I know I was just watching that stupid movie drive last. Getting angry because that the movie, you know, how I like to pick out car scenes in movies drive me insane. You do that your car enthusiast? I in fact, enjoy cars, and I enjoy scenes in movies drive me insane involving cars recipes Cranston is like playing this notion. I feel sorry for everyone who's a professional NASCAR driver or f one driver or IndyCar driver because every movie has some sorta second class street thug Jack off kind of of VIN diesel types like this guy would dominate the circuit. If he ever went and NASCAR. I don't think. He would. I don't think there's other sports you could say that about. Yeah. So true. Yeah. He would just dominate because he's so good. He's a great wheel man that's driving in reverse. Always how broker isn't a sport. No matter how. How much people try to make it a sport is because celebrities actually could go in win that thing. It's a flu right? Ben Affleck can dominate poker by that that you could not do that as a driver that's seeing in Terai when they're talking about Ryan Gosling being like the greatest wheel man, and he's going to be the greatest champion of NASCAR ever. And at some point when Cranston buys a second hand us like Winston Cup car, and he's going over the car and he's explaining, hey, that's not so bad. You know, we we'll get this car, and he's sort of walk around the car, and he's got a couple of dings and bruises, but a coda pain little fiberglass work, plenty of tread on the tire. On the on the slicks balance. I'm not a car and doozy's, but I would catch that one. They show up with seven semi trucks filled with tire. Scene. Depictions of the guys changing the tires throwing them away times twenty-five erase this bit character with a side story. This is the entire thrust of the pictures about Ottawa and this guy knows thin Cup. Nascar oval racing explaining plenty of Trent. Like, oh, we'll get a few season five hundred twenty miles on those tires. We'll be okay for the race. That's an insane. Stay alias their first off. Nobody runs tread on tires unless they're called wets unless the rain tyres if it's raining, they'll switch to wets like in the in the movie, rush that was a big deal. Who's he going on what's going on wets? It's raining at the Nurburgring. Like, what do we what do we do? There's no such thing as treaded tire in NASCAR unless it's raining. So you would never start a race with a treaded tire. They're all slacks, the slicks they go through fifty race that notion that you'd be pointing at that would be like get that take bought a house, and guess what got lot use left in this Q tip that was left in the bathroom. So we're going to save a ton of dough here. Jesus christ. It really is. That's a top five all time spe hor ridiculous one. All right. Good stuff. A we'll be back with a brand new batch. Hot sports talk. For you next week Super Bowl fast on the way until then four curl Dave damage at good sports, podcast one out. Fully Adam Curle Twitter girl show on Twitter that Parola leaves voicemail at eight six three four one seven four four for tickets and all the live on Gazza as man Adam Corolla is unprepared figure. Eight in Connecticut, February ninth in Boston. Your tickets now at Adam Corolla dot com. Stay tuned for AP news. I'm Rita Foley with an AP news minute federal government worker. Blake Murray in DC says he's pretty much had it with the partial government shutdowns demoralizing. You know, and I feel like kind of a pawn in a political game and totally powerless house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking President Trump to postpone his January twenty ninth state of the union address, citing security concerns, but Republicans say this is just politics shutdown politics. A move intended to keep President Trump off the national stage going to prison for twenty years at Tennessee teacher who took a fifteen year old student and ran for weeks prosecutor Dan Cochran with a since twenty years is a significant amount of time. He's going to have all that time to think about what he did the consequences of it. We asked for thirty obviously, a twenty is a very serious, and we feel good about it and employees in customer deny hop restaurant in Huntsville, Alabama were killed in a shooting that also injured another employee. I'm Rita Foley.

football Dave Brian Gary Sinise Shakir Adam Karol Africa Mariah Carey YouTube TOTO Gina grad Bob Costas Mike Browner Boston Paul Newman Dr drew
ACS (Part 1): Ben Bailey, RJ Bell, and Eat Your Feelings

The Adam Carolla Show

1:04:56 hr | 2 years ago

ACS (Part 1): Ben Bailey, RJ Bell, and Eat Your Feelings

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. I can't believe it. That Philip brought his little brother on our mission into orbit. How long until it got their alarm get there. I'll learn to get there. No. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with gyco. What's this button? Do what's this button? Do what's this button? Do visit. Believe it. Geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Support for the Adam Corolla show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans with rising interest rates as a lot of unpredictability Alon of anxiety out. There are friends at Quicken Loans are doing something about that the power buying process. They'll verify your income, assets and credit and under twenty four hours and give you a verified approval, then you have the strength of cash buyer, which is important when you're out there in the real world once verified, you qualify for the all new exclusive rate shield approval. They'll lock in your rate up to ninety days while you shop if rates go up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate drops, you can't lose man. Either way you're gonna win. Get started today. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash Adam. That's rocket mortgage dot com slash Adam Dawson. Rachel approval valid on certain thirty your purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on quickenloans data in comparison to public data records he will housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states animals consumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty. From Corolla one studios in Glendale, California. This is the Adam Corolla show yesterday, the host of cash cab, then daily with Tina grad on news and the new recipe in eager feelings ball Brian on Saudi vaccine at RJ Bill calls in with this week eleven NFL picks. And now. Florida. Elections are fucked up again. Your move Germany. Adam corolla? Yeah. Get it on to get it on choice. But to get an on mandate get it on thanks for tuning in. Thanks for Sharon. We love that about you. Right. Gina grants. Right. Fucking loser. Bruce and oh, right. Let's see excited. Play a cash Cam is a cash. Yeah. Yeah. We're playing that today, and we're all going to team up play together. Join forces. I feel Brian Scott very good background for this jeanane. I bring something to the table as well. I feel very confident for the cabriolet in our chances general trivia, and when you play along at home it's much easier. It would wear in that cab. Things are going to heat up as one who's been on one game show too. It helps to know the format you know, like a strategically you'll do better to game show. Feel a fortune jeopardy. Whatever if you understand the format really will have watched Gina, and I have watched many episodes of cash cab fan together in alone. And so we're familiar with the former well, it's hard to turn it on and switch and part of it is there's nothing better than a good format. And but. Trivia when they do trivia, we as human beings are drawn into it. And you just it's a simple answers and one of the shows that I watch car shows, and they'll go the dodge coronet was invented nineteen sixty seven ninety eight or ninety. Well, we've right back with that. Well, we've right back with that. I don't even care about a dodge hornet, I'll go sixty eight I know it myself, and then I'll just sit there and have to wait. Right. So that's how we're wired. Yeah. Hope we win the money before we get to central park. We got a lot of bases covered. Amongst our pun intended, basis of knowledge, you know, what I mean like we have a lot of from pop culture to sports cycles. That's right. Yep. All right. So had a thought and say I went to Kimmel's birthday party last night. That was fun. I had a thought about a most trying to kind of figure out the sort of general everything in life. And I was watching sports center when I got home last night there were showing oh, they've moved the Rams game from Mexico City to the Coliseum because the turf is bad, and I guess at a couple of soccer games and Shakira concert or something and whatever maybe. Got a little over there. Donkeys over there because they skis skis Mexico. So they got a little over the boroughs over there, and the Saud's all screwed up, and they're trying to scrape it up. And then it I guess it becomes a sort of thing where it's like when a paint job gets screwed up. And you know, we gotta fix it. But it's not really dry, but you try sanding it now it's up and now it's actually worse. And I think that's kind of what happens with these fields. But either way they're moving, and it's also a weird world where they go a safety the players first off they're all trying to kill each other even playing on Astro turf. They're all tempting to kill each other. Member wise head, but I want to be safe when I do it. Right. Number two, the first half of the seasons played half on a baseball diamond at half grass field. If you're in many parts of the country. So that feels a little inconsistent to me the other hand thing is if it starts pouring. They'll never stop the game ever. No matter how hard it rains lightning involved. So this thing where it's like they have to play in a less than perfect field. I do get the part of well when you're going with the giants, I think the giant. Well, it used to happen this way with the giants of the forty Niners feel like back in the day. Yeah. Yeah. And overlap it's up temper and the Rams when they're in Anaheim would do this with the angel crazy that twenty eight teen, and we're still doing it with the raiders, it's crazy. It's professional football team. It drives me nuts billion dollars drive. Baseball diamond. It drives me nuts like play soccer. He's setting up for field goal. Oh, plant slipped on the infield diamond. He hit a Rosin bag. It's crazy. He hit the rubber hit the right? That was left out by the by the grounds guy. Like, it's weird. It's like he's plays played foot- just slip because it's on jerk. I'm from the bay area, and I really friends where raiders fans, and I feel for all the hardcore fans really want the team to stay. It's like then you look at like they're playing on a piece ball dive show, gotta Vegas. Also, be Las Vegas. I always. And it's this this the other part that drives me nuts. I go. Look what part of baseball field is the dirt part of the diamond. And I dunno max, Patty. You can look it up. It. It varies varies from field the field. But like when I look at when I think about the dirt part of a baseball field. I think of it is thirty percent of the baseball field. Maybe twenty five I don't know. It's not above fifty count the outfield its way last. I am counting out the whole thing. It's way lesson. Why is it ninety percent of where the game is played in football game? Like how does the football field is three hundred feet long and fifty yards wide. Why is it every snap and every crucial kick take place in the dirt there in the middle? It drives me nuts. We we've middle the field. Well, how can you look if you're paying your Mexico? You gotta go come on assholes. You play your first seven games on this shit. What do we what what are you complaining us about? Now. I guess there's an element of like planting your foot and having the side slide out. Okay, fine. But with so many regulations in majorly, baseball and basketball and football. This doesn't bother anybody bothers shit out of me, and Brian like, but the people who are in charge who are obsessed with regulations. That's not a problem. Oh, no money. I've been yelling for years that first things. I if your. Team has been mathematically eliminated. Baseball wise, then we're covering it with grass and half playing on the grass. And if you don't like it, try winning a few more games next year idiots, let this be an incentive. But this your scarlet Saad letter hanging around your neck. We can look this up. And I hate the crap on your point. But I think the as we're in at this year to the end. No, they were. I did. I did. Okay. I did look this up and they were and if you're in contention. Well, then okay. Yes. So it, but they're still other teams and other times in history where this has gone on where the team was twenty seven games out of first place. They're still playing on the football team still playing on the for the first four or five games or whatever. Why is it? Okay. For football players to play in the pouring, rain and baseball players. Go sit on the bench and have a cocoa while they cover the field. I think the notion is it doesn't affect the game in baseball the game. Can't be played the ball gets wet. You're gonna kill somebody. Yeah. But they throw it. You're going to slip. Okay. All right or something. It's just I don't know. And also, it's kind of a pussy sport versus dudes sport origins. But. So anyway, I was thinking about the Rams I was thinking about this. And then I somebody said. I think the Rams are in shit. Now, they're they're not in Denver. But there's some high altitude training they and their springs or something. Yeah. They're not there in Colorado Springs. They're not at home. They're not at home. And then I thought oh, what are they doing? And oh, they're doing out the two training for Mexico City, which is probably higher than even Denver. I think it's very high in the department. And then I realize oh, yeah. I guess you have to acclimate or practice or whatever. And then I started thinking about my list of things that affect people like some people get carsick some people get air six people get seasick. And then there's the part where I could remember when we went to Aspen for the comedy festival, and they're like, oh Bekaert will be careful like you'll you'll drink one beer, it'll be like drinking. Pony K. You'll be this. You'll be that you'll you'll you'll drink a Miller lite. You'll get lightheaded whatever. And. Then I went to Aspen fucking drunk drank a ton, and I had no they're no different. I Jimmy throw up in the elevator an aspirin, and then I also realize well, Jimmy get seasick and he gets air sick. And then I realize that some people just have this sort of internal gyroscope that is easily sort of knocked it's easily jostle, they're knocked off its perch. And I don't have one of those gyroscopes, and then I started. But but it's not a specific thing. It's not like, well, I get sick at altitude. But Jimmy gets air sick. It's all part of the same gyroscope some people it's like your stomach somebody like I can't have spicy food all spice they want. I it's not because they're smarter in my case. It's better. But it's not always that. It's just a kind of a wiring. And I wonder for me, I think it's a cross the board for everything I think it has to do with. Allergic reactions or I think it has to do with out the toot I think it has to do with seasick or carsick or any of the normal stuff that people feel like when they go. Oh, man. Like those fires man when the winds blew kicked in and those fires all I was knocked on my ass, my bronchials closing up. And I'm like, I don't know. I don't notice the difference. It was a fire anything. This might surprise. You about me. But I'm almost the exact same way when it comes to the for example, never gotten seasick never gotten carsick one to Bashar party recently two years ago in Whistler Canada without the Olympics. This is great. I'm gonna I'm gonna pay for two years. It's going to be like pit nothing. I went through how how long ago through chemo for a year. Yeah. Never threw up once. Yeah. Wow. I don't think it counts that I get carsick because the one and only time in my life. I got car sick. It was because August is driving too fast can crazy during through Napa held onto Brian's. I gotta get adding. Yeah. It's kind of interesting now, then you wonder like we'll how much of this is physical Mexico. Mexico City is two thousand feet higher than the Denver. It's way up there. So you do a couple of things you go. What's your this is physiological versus mental and you go mccower to visit. How do you measure the physiological part of it though? What do you mean, you're different? How do we something with your inner ear your brain? Like what's going on why altitude and then motion? What's what how do you correlate the altitude and the seasickness, and then you wonder, and then you I'd like to. I like to get some funding. I which is like, look, let's sit up grant writers all the guys currently hammering checks at wanna know the effects of a couple of glasses of red wine a day. Fuck you gimme that money. You guys been studying for forty years back and forth, forty years fine. Give me that money. We get it to fine. But you drink the whole barrel of wine. It's not. Yeah. Yeah. We got we got it. Please anyone who gives me. Hey, if you wanna have a little dessert every once in a while, that's fine. But if you eat too pies in your sleep. That's not your will wait on like, yes. I. She had Sherlock. Yeah. Where's my I want to fuck and do a show called let me get my steno pad asshole. Of course, of course course glass, and it's always hey glass of wine with meal. That's that's what the meals breakfast. Okay. Break up with the cast with act. Your problem? That's going to be run. The so the fuck was okay. I'll let you I'll set you back. Yes. I just remembered once this is maybe eight years ago. I forgot about this. I went to the doctor your nose and throat guy because I had your wax build up. And I could hear it a one the gun. Yeah. He sucked it out. And then thanks for doing a suicide got home out of the car wave of nausea, the most intention Ozzy I've ever felt as an adult because inter-arab fucked with. Thing and it passed within about eight seconds. But it was like oh my God. I'm like on the second never going to be. And that's why they say adults don't like those kind of rides at amusement parks because your inner ear lining thins out the water in your ear thins out kids have apparently thick inner ear lighting love, the, you know, the loop de loop stuff, but we can't take it as we get older. Interesting. Let me say this then and let's see if we can figure this one out amongst our crew. But also -mongst you listening, and you can tweet me when you figure this out I'm gonna pose this, and I'm also going to look for other corollaries, I guess you'd call them. I I wanna thank Quicken Loans at rocket mortgage dot com. I shan't simply safe dot com slash. I bet online dot AG, enter the code podcast one and cash Lynch titanium strong for maximum performance. Corollary things. Being a good passenger versus being a nervous passenger. Being startled like if a car backfires down the street, and you just that's a wiring. I know there's people I work with that are jumpy, and rob at the other shop is jumpy Olga is jumpy Olga. If you're listening. In terms of accusing me of sneaking up on you. It's my fucking house. I can't sneak up on anyone. It's my house. You're stealing your own money. No, I'm not because it's mine. So when I started you when you're at the kitchen standing at the sink. It's my house meant to be here. I was meant to be here. I'm grandfathered into this fucking house. So stop accusing me of walking so quiet, by the way, I love I love being accused of being graceful. But she's like, but I. Engine like, I'll come walking up on twenty feet. I'll go who or whatever. Because if I get too close by. Why you do that to me? And I was like I'm not going to fuck it kitchen. What do you do? Full Dick Van Dyke one man ban on your ass. Like, I'm walking to my kitchen, and you are in my kitchen, you happen to be your back is turned to me. What am I supposed to do back? That's right. So accused of that. So I I will make little noises. Rob they'll chef he gets to heal the speech sitting somewhere coming through a door, and I'll come through, and I'll give them a heads up. But are the people that are bad passengers or who gets startled easily or I'm trying to think of some other sort of sort of built in kind of tendencies are these the people that have trouble who get seasick who have trouble about the toot who who spicy food doesn't agree with them, or whatever is there any correlation between just sort of that wiring with rob. Because I am absolutely not that I'm on the one end, but with the stomach and on the nausea and everything. The extreme end. But I especially in movies. I'm the easiest jump scare. There's a bang or a loud noise or a stain you it. I mean, like a scary sting you on the right? I jump. I'm I feel it internally. But do you physically physically? Okay jerk. Yeah. And I think I think I'm sort of the prime example of this because the spicy foods and the coffee, and all that I can't have it it it does not work for my GI tract. And I'm super jumpy. I think like I'm pretty good passenger. You guys have been plenty of cars. Pretty quiet keep them as self. But in general, I think I have a higher sensitivity to stuff. So I think that sort of blankets everything I've become a good flier. I've become a good passenger because I had to be because we traveled so much. So I learnt drives except if Mike striving, but but I do think in general, I do I revel little higher in the sensitivity. You know, like we took we went trick or treating with with little kids on Halloween, and there's a little seventh-grader sitting there with the Bulla candy. With a scary face on his face is down and the little one. We were with us too scared to go up to him. So I'll get it for him. I reach into the bull the kids screams in my face, and I jumped three feet in the air and scream back at them. And it's it's fun. You know, like, I'm okay with it. I think it was fun and funny, and whatever, but I'm very sensitive to that kind of stuff. Well, you missed by the way, the all time car ride was with Dr drew and his wife and Mike August, and that was going from God where to like God, we're like in New Hampshire something, and we're going to like the Hamptons or something I have no idea where it was a romantic double date with four of you strange crazy thing, but it was east coast. Dr Drew's what? Susan pins. I flow to she fucking yell. Slowdown to everybody drives me nuts. Like, I got into an Uber with her and drew once and our cab or something like going to the airport and the guy got about eight feet away from where we're got into the car. She's like slowdown. Like, would you shut up? We'll never get the fucking airport now. Allie don't slow down speed up. I wanna get I wanna get to where I'm going. People. You gotta take vote for Yeltsin driver to slow down. You Christie's mom she's in the passenger seat and the dad's driving every time the brakes hit she'll grab the dash. That's a bad passenger begging, my mom in this stage in her life. She's got to stop doing if she drives with me. I don't know wears a lot. But anytime there's even a hint of I should break. I did there. So in behind me, I get a dash. I get this. Yep. You can't do that to me while I'm driving. I'm sorry. I want my dad doesn't talk. But I see him working the brake pedal that the imaginary brake pedal, the drivers passenger side. And I'm always like tip of the cap. It means I'm moving along at a brisk pace clip. So I haven't brought this up in a million years. But my dad is one of those guys who he doesn't provident gotta drive anymore. But he didn't the people that don't understand. These following words. Follow me your look back and their three hundred yards back. And then they're like oh fuck they missed the signal. And now you just pulled over on Ventura, and there's someone honking at you. Like, I'm gonna pull into the seven eleven parking lot until the signal. Like, would you please follow the person? Well, that'd be a vestige of the past now with yes. The of me has gone. There's follow me person. There's literalist follow me. Which is we're going to get on the five, and we're going to magic mountain, and we're in Glendale, and I moved over one lane, and you cut off a school bus crime trying to bump draft me. We're nowhere near the exit. I meant keep me in sight. And then there's the ones that way too many cars slide in between you on the surface rate. I just feel like there's there's a balance of follow me that should be taught and driver's Ed bet again unnecessary with ways. All right. Let me tell you about this simply safe funny. I was at Kimmel's last night, and he spent twenty minutes talking about ear wax and having it removed. How gross at how? And how. Simply safe big fan of SimpliSafe home security. It's prepared for everything. If a storm takes out your power, the phone line gets cut keypad gets destroyed. Simply safe is ready. Get you the help you need. Maybe you don't need to be ready for the worst case scenario. But that's what makes simply safe great. It's always ready. It's like lunch meat, man. It is always ready fourteen ninety nine a month. No contracts, no hidden fees. We all have it here. And we all use it here. And I recommend SimpliSafe to everyone. I know peel and stick battery so last up to ten years up and running and under an hour. This order your custom security system online shows up at your door couple of days later, and you're ready to go. Go to SimpliSafe dot com slash Adam to is in their SimpliSafe dot com slash annum. R J bells on we do hear about the party at some point party specific. Yes, specifically, well as fun. I was telling Jimmy remember million years ago. Like right after shortly after we met Jimmy was in love with that, candling. Candle in your ear the. Yeah, the Kone the Kone coning or the candling counting put the cone through a paper plate and put the thing through. And then you'd light it and you'd lay on your side in here. All this crackling that's drawing the ear. That's drawing the ear wax liquefies, the your wax and pulls it up and burns, the most satisfying sounding thing on the planet until you realize I think at some point we set the thing in glass and let it made the same sound the same thing and never did. But there was like ten minutes and nineteen ninety six and a half when this was the hottest thing around. But. Get sucked up by a doctor or a whore. Yes. And anyway, but less than twenty four hours claiming how much he loves pulling out of his ear, and that he likes to keep it, you know, collecting trade and stuff like that way. It was the party who are the celebrities who get really holding out on wax. Rack, it was it was low key was all the usual suspects, and it wasn't celebrity Laden. It wasn't Seth MacFarlane sweater making station now. No. But let's see Jason Bateman showed up at some point. And Jennifer Aniston showed up at some point this. Well. Being dumpling the New Delhi movie. Oh, no. But she's always so sweet. And we talked for a little bit. We happen to be on a weird subject out. Yeah. We did mean a smaller group did about forty minutes on who's been probe daintily, and everyone seemed to have a story. And then I was explaining a story involving Mike August and all above the board. You know, what I'm sure. And then the the gal I was said. Well, he for sure came right? And I said, I don't know left that part out of the story because it's kind of a medical procedure. And she was like eight definitely came. Never picture Jennifer Aniston to say that. Well, she didn't someone else did. And then and then. I said, well, I'm going to check into it. But I spent a lot of time with Mike feel like he's pretty open book, we talked about he had like an alignment procedure that involved digit drop down there and. And so his friend, and my friend was saying he definitely came. I don't I don't know. I think he would have told me like just sorta digitally like got mill the prostate. Yeah. Like something wrote hand anyway, then when I was leaving. Jennifer Aniston was hanging around with the same group. And my friend said you talked to Mike you answer. Like, I will. I think you're wrong. She's I bet you're wrong. And then Jennifer went what are you guys talking about like, well, it's a bit of a life's long story. But it's kind of interesting. So if you're up for it. That was an interesting conversation. All right, RJ bell is on the line. Let's see aren't you parlance, as intro RJ, real quick, very important. Mike, August said it was an involuntary response. Yes. Well, I will ask him a text ask them all. To last week. Right. That's right, baby. And back to sixty percent winning percentage. Yeah. I talked to. Cousin sow last night as well. And he's basically, I since you go, you know, you're going twelve and ten year in the money. Like, that's the people have some sort of weird pine the sky. You gotta run the table. Like every every week. It's not the way works. For some of us. The I wanna ask you about Mexico City and the relocation change and people are speculating at least on sportscenter last night. This is gonna hurt the NFL. It's going to hurt the international whatever like, I don't know. What's your take on the breaking news about the Rams the biggest game of the season, thus far moving venues? I think it's going to hurt the rans and one of my picks. So we'll do an early little insight into Kansas City, plus three and a half. And here's the theory. So I was actually in LA for the weekend for Fox Sports radio. And obviously, you guys know as well as anyone the fires and not only the people who are involved, but the people almost everyone in town knows somebody in the area at minimum huge distraction. And it was for the Rams, and it's kind of funny to say life and death is a distraction and isn't the way to say it. But when you look at it from game. I think a big distraction for the Rams now they played a game on Sunday against Seattle. Right. So now, but you had to stretch in tough game. The person the person I was talking first off. Yes. And Matt Fong Lear's parents had had to be vacuum wanted many of his friends homes burned down. That's my sister and my money manager who's right in the middle of China's cure some loan for me, and the lone person had to be evacuated from home Aaron the girl. I was talking to last night about Mike being milked. She had to move. She had to be vacuumed it with her husband as well actually stayed with Jimmy. So this thing is I never I I had no idea how many people I knew in that area. But so many people I know have had to move. So this is a big deal. Now, are you willing to pay two points a week for a loan? If you need it. Yeah. I know somebody getting close to that. So so yes, so the Rams back to why this is going to hurt the ramp. Sorry. Yes. So listen McVeigh is a brilliant coach the Rams coach. So the Mexico City game as intended to be played there is at out to toot very high altitude and sports guys have done a lot of advanced research on this day. No, if you're at out to toot for about a week, you get acclimated to it. And that helps you play the game. So the ramp had already flown out to Denver. The week before Mexico City now the venues changed your having to fly back. So this is a situation fatigue from all the stuff with the fire now making a trip halfway cross country and back with no real purpose? I think it's a huge negative for the Rams in in the game. This Sunday what fly anyway from Denver to Mexico City as opposed to Denver back home. No, no true enough, but you got Kansas City hadn't gone anywhere. So now, Kansas City will be at home, and they were home last week and make one trip to allay. Whereas the Rams went from Los Angeles to Denver now back to LA. And now the Rams are getting home field advantage. So you're right is if you just compared Kansas City in the Rams the difference is not all that much. So it is one trip halfway across the country extra, but it's supposed to be an advantage to be home. So the line was two and a half. When the game was in Mexico City now it's up to three and a half. So the Rams are getting home field advantage in the marketplace. Ryan, but I don't think they deserve it because they've had to travel even more. Okay. What is I was laughing myself trying to pick of the name of the Casey coach. Andy Reid, Andy Reid. You gotta find take time ex-pat the right picture. Andy Reid in the right picture of Sean McVeigh, and I'd love to put it up and go which one of these guys coaches and LA team, which guy coaches the Kansas City team. I'll let you guys think about it. Just take a look at the fat guy, and the snow mobile jumpsuit, and then the guy with the moose in his hair. Don Johnson who hosts the loss Angeles. No, no coaches better represent their guys like Andy could put the rip down. So we can take the picture and the other guys could you get off your Victoria's Secret models. So we can take the picture like I thought I love it. When a coach looks like Bill Kaur was like the Steelers bump Philip had the hat, right, right? Koda Houston Oilers. Right. So you have you ever seen the picture of Andy Reid when he was like, thirteen and the pun passing. Kick it was in an NFL stadium. And he was like six foot tall he was competing against five four no tall. Thirteen year olds. I have I have. Oh my God. That's we're looking age as Aram Aram standing amongst dwarf. The punt pass and kick. Can I tell you this? I am so goddamn to style Jack for punt pass and kick, and I we can forget about fucking beyond say shaking her fucking moneymaker. I wanna go back to I told these guys I like the guy I like, the jet pack guy. I like the martial artist is going to break, the blocks of ice guy. And I'm now back with punt pass in kick. I love that. It's how far combined you could punt it pass it and kick it. They just keep adding it on and whoever I don't know the record must be one hundred forty one yards. Then by sandy. Crazy, right? So RJ sorry. What is what are the Rams are ramifications? But what how big fuck up is this for Mexico. And how's this gonna fact dealing with the NFL next year? And what did they do wrong? And how did this play out? Well, we project an additional ten percent chance the wall. Now, we'll be Bill. I love a profit. You know to me, I think I the NFL is gonna have a will almost Terminator like will to go international. Because obviously as the, you know, socioeconomic standing of the rest of the world increases, and there's a big chunk of the world that can buy a sports ticket. And look at Coby in Asia, look at you know, ya'll Ming, obviously years ago now in Asia, and the NBA's ability to be a worldwide sport is the thing that has some people saying Adam that the NBA will be the biggest sport in America in or American sport internationally in twenty thirty years think about baseball. I mean, we're your little bit older me. But we remember in the seventies. The thought that baseball wasn't going to be the best sport with the biggest didn't make sense. It was like this is the biggest sport. And it wasn't what twenty years later. Right. Well, afraid of if you think. Of. So here's how it works. You know, we have three hundred plus million people. We look at ourselves like where the end all be all, but it's just human beings. Putting the fannies seats buy tickets and stuff you have China. The billion I dunno point seven or whatever three I don't even know what China's two billion or whatever you go to Asia. And you're into the billions, right? Well, we're in the millions and billions, and they're just human beings who eat and buy things and jerseys and stuff like that. So of course, but here's the thing in the here's the difference between baseball going, huge, Asia, China, and beyond and football going huge. And and be a huge. Chinese and Asians Japanese in general, they love giant black people. They fucking love giant black going. Oh my God. This is fucking God's honest. They're not interested and what's his name from the Astros. The the lawn jockey from Altoona from from Nicaragua. They don't fucking care about. That guy's a midget. Same height is not interested friend convert because a nice play sap. What's that guys are sap the world's giant biggest man a went over there and fought like M, A and boxing. It's not Warren Sapp, but it's like a Michael sap or something a little bit. I'm not an expert. I guess when you find a picture of this guy sat. Here's the deal. You could be you could be giant black man, and you could live in the United States, and you could get a job working as. A bouncer at a nightclub. I mean, if you weren't NFL car, maybe make the taxi squad or the practice squad on the Browns or something or you go to Japan and just fight people giant black man, and you will in by the way, all the women all the food all the money. They will carry you around is a giant Blackman. What what is Bob Sapp? Sorry. You'll recognize the guy six seven three fifty and built like a brick shithouses, but he just went to Japan. And like I am going to be the biggest blackest man in a world of you guys have little people. And then big fat people. We got big big people and big you got no black people. And so we're going to send our giant black people over there, and they will amaze you they will thrill animation identified a market deficiency. Yeah. Well in in in a world where everyone's Burnett, the blondes a blonde she'll show up in rural. And if everyone's blonde brunette. I don't know either way they're got close. But that's how the world that. That's how Asia's they love that. So. Lebron James and all these, you know, Karl Malone from the past giant black men. It's such a novelty, and you know, you go you buy tickets not to go look in the mirror to go. See things you've never seen been thinks. He's like really just giant black. Yes. He thinks it's. What is Bob Sapp? Then how long has he been there? And is he like cage finding as a boxing his skill level is like kind of limited. But yet he is a conquering hero. They're here. Just would be sort of a novelty who flamed out of the NFL or whatever. But anyway, so RJ now, what's what's analogous quickly is poker players. Right. So here the very best poker players are playing each other. But then there's this whole kind of circuit or quasi famous players go to Macau, and literally are there for years at a time because Asian businessmen are coming in plain in million dollar games. And you don't hear from them or see them for over a year? Then they come back with bags of money. So it's sort of the Asian culture is attracting things they don't have like famous poker players, so very similar Asian cruise. Oh, no, wait. We got teach Bob Sapp how. Play texas. Hold on. The Asian university. Finally, the Bob Sapp story. Max I'm looking at him. He was also not famously in the I think the longest yard with Adam Sandler is well done some like giant man acting where they need giant people. But it's the only requirement Bob Sapp could hang out here in Cleveland or Detroit and make sixty grand a year, balancing, or he could go to go to Japan and rule, everything and choice. Yeah. So everything I think everything I say like a joke everyone. I'm not kidding baseball. Does not have this element basketball has this element and sodas football. So he he let's see he's been in bunch of he's a huge star their commercials. Tv shows are K games action figure sex toys and even has a new album that pass sex about one of those archaic. Action for years. I combine my activate your with this. Excellent. He's he's fought a bear and Japan on on TV like court fuckin- money as that guy. Made. I want to hear some music, by the way, still better than that out. Still better the talent does raise though, he's holding a banana looking Japanese very minstrelsy. Yeah. Well, also, they're kind of down with that too. I think the casual racism did they find it charming or do they find it racist? Well. Was the vibe first off when's the last time you saw speed racer? Everyone's eyes are the size of saucers like their version of. Here's what white people look like massive round is eighty percent is on the face of black. But in a jungle like they are that's that's kind of who they are to be fair to them into us. We have our own version of that, you know, and every John Hughes movie when long duct along calling you know, like. All that. We've all that's what everyone everyone does. Look. We don't look at it because they're white German beer, Stein's lederhosen, and it's all the same saints. Stay mile. Stay mile. We're going to hear Bob Sapp rap or sing Bob Sapp time. Kinda wrapping what this is. Got that. Kinkel eighty behind backup dancer. They're all age. Listen, anybody black over three hundred pounds is listen me right now. He's working there. Dead end job at the Costco, or. Our couch surfing in between gates. You get a one way ticket Asia right now and take over. I don't mind it either got a little living in Tokyo. Got a little too. Yeah. No. Seattle. We'll see. All right. I'm enjoying it. Right. Well, there you go now. Is big as he is. He couldn't come back here. He couldn't crack the starting lineup of NFL team or be a heavyweight champion may I could probably do some for sure. Some pro wrestling and stuff, but just go to Japan takeover Dame hero, Steve Harvey suit and singing songs. So it's coming up time sap time it's coming man. And you're right basketball football. That's going to be big. All right. Sorry. But here's the deal. If you use it lunches on you next time. Okay, ready? I'm ready is what you do you write you do a show rundown before your show handwritten by us. It's going to be like seven or eight words, I'm guessing many on the left that it's that on the right? It's the actual show was talked about. And then you tweet that out a picture of it. And it will be one of the most interesting things ever. Yeah. There won't be a lot of. It's like my audio book it about three chapters by book, and the rest was just be riffing about what was wrong with the studio. Damn wind sock on this God damn microphone, smells, like shed. Air it here too. All right. Let's play are. What's your what's your expect? Hold on fire. Pick. Do we play music? Jeez thing is insider RJ bell. Whatever I RJ I ever been more writer than I am about Bob Sapp taking over Japan. I mean, that's where we're going. I gotta be honest with you. I'm a huge fan. I mean, I being on the show's on or I love it. I love it just if I make you have once a week, I feel I got probably my biggest accomplishment. Well, you don't make me laugh, but you remind me of things that I thought of the make me lie. RJ you can turn into a career, man. Move to Japan. All right. Let's do the picks high. So we mentioned all the negatives for the Rams. Additionally, there's one more element. Which is this wasn't supposed to be a home game who gets the tickets 'cause inimical homefield advantage the season ticket guys holders aren't necessarily getting them. So they're talking about giving them potentially the Rams tickets to firefighters, and such which is a wonderful gesture. But how's that going to affect the crowd? I'm not sure Kansas City is a very good road team. So I pick Kansas City, plus three and a half points. Yeah. As a Rams fan. I'm frightened of KC and Rams in LA in general, but Ramses, especially sometimes you don't even know where you're playing Seattle scores. A touchdown. Everyone goes nuts or dodgers dodgers were playing in the World Series of Red Sox. Somebody hits a home run for the Red Sox. Everyone goes nuts. And then like my wife comes in the room and goes, well, where are they playing? That's Dodger Stadium L. Always that way. When the. Rams played this dealers in the Super Bowl here ram here. Seventy nine play. The there are many more Steelers fans in the in the Coliseum and there were the Rose Bowl. Then we're here. The second worst home field advantage in the NFL after the chargers, of course. But it would seem like if there's one game that's gonna work in their favor. It'd be this one because the one time for chiefs vans for in town one shirt, but the outta town wanna travel to make plans to come to L. Also in terms of ex pats the team, but the they're just tons of patriots fans here the tons of giants fans here there's Seattle. There's Cowboys tons of Steve Morse there. This couldn't hold true for any other city. The all you need to know about well LA's a piece of shit. Is there more Steelers bars here than there are Rams bars? And while there's no little Italy. There's a little Ethiopia. Anyone wanna move here? I don't think. So that's all you need to know about our city. You could never say that about another city, Pittsburgh has Pittsburgh fan bars and has little Italy's. God, dammit. Sorry. What's your damage? Damage shack, but I blame him too. And also. What I got no time for damasec because he he told me he he basically I said to him. He said have you seen Nighthawk Silvester Stallone nineteen Eighty-one, and what's his name, Billy Dee, and whatever, and I was like bits and pieces and he gave the oh my God. You're the guy watches all the Stallone movies and cobras and everything and you haven't seen nine ox came on the other day couple nights ago literally, and I turned it on super slow not good not novelty bad like Cobra and the rest of the over the top and all this Stallone's not parroting himself. He's trying to be serious. That's why the cobras of the world are so special because usually bad movies, just boring. Yes. And dull people don't what people never really remember is nineteen Eighty-one was the seventies movie making shoe per super slow. You're still in the previous decade when you're in the beginning of the other decades. Sorry RJ next next pick Thursday nights special Seattle. At home Thursday night host in Green Bay. We member we talk about it often Thursday night road teams big disadvantage, why the only have half the time to prep and that travel times at bigger percentage of the overall prep time that it's a big disadvantage and the results there that out plus the best home field in the NFL unquestionably and the crowds going be Rockin prime time game. And it's below field goal which presupposes Green Bay's better than Seattle. I don't think they are. So we're going to go with Seattle favored by two and a half points. Big number two. I think that's a great pick. And who are there any to better five hundred teams then Seattle Green Bay aren't they both hovering around five hundred. And they're both dangerous teams that are just right around four four and one or four four or five or five and four or maybe there's a few teams that are hovering around, there know bite you like a snake anytime, but you don't wanna come out. Yes. I think. The love affair. We have with Aaron Rodgers has inflated Green Bay a little bit Seattle. It. Russell Wilson's great. Seattle's great they'll give anyone hard time. If your team is playing Seattle. It's always be nervous. No matter how good your team is. And if you're playing in Seattle the action numbers are they both? What are they what what what's Packers? Seattle's record RJ Packers tie. So the right there slightly about five hundred tied Minnesota, and you don't have Seattle's right in front of me. But it's at least five hundred is not one game. Above remember. Seattle's played the Rams twice two. Very good games. But you know, Rams or one of the bacteria in the league for sure. So that's a disadvantage first half the year. You're planning to Rams twice. I think Seattle is underrated. I do too. And this Seattle's four and five in Green Bay's virtually the same at four four and once a half game up on good picks R J. Awesome. Very fun. And I'll talk to you next week. God love ya. RJ bell pregamEcom, by the way. Gambler RJ's parlay. All right. I'm going to do bed online dot AG and genus going to go back to heat or food, but we'll break and then we'll do each. So you go eat your food up. I'll tell you about the bed online dot AG. We did it won the challenge for last week. Oh, that's right bet online dot AG gave me credit so five you could win one hundred bucks in credits. All you have to do is send me a tweet using hashtag sports net challenge and your count name five lucky listeners will find one hundred bucks in free credits and their count. So if you don't have a bed online dot AG account yet. Well, create one and send us your tweets. Visit bet online dot AG. Don't forget to use the promo code podcast one for your fifty percent. Sign up bonus. Thanks to bet online dot AG. Exclude. Partner of podcast one sports net. That's bet. Online dot a cheap. Okay. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back. We'll do each feelings with Gina grad, and then we'll play some cash cab. Then Bailey coming up now. Hey kitties. Dig hearing the sound of my nasal. On did cars. Good got some cult car cast, and you can get free on itunes or you can listen to it with the free Adam Karol and also bailable on Android, and I phone go to ace car cast dot com for more info. Again, it is me it's meant the Andrea. It is all things cars. It is car cash. -nology truth. Truth teenagers, can communicate entirely emojis. Why birthday party? Pizza slice kitten soccer ball, pineapple proof, so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. What are you talking about paper clips shoulder? Shrug high five wizard hat what go fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. She. Drain. Lose the weight. She. Jock. She's. Since. Ozone. Genius. All right. I am very excited about this one. This one is one of my favorite things to make it when I'm feeling fancy, and I'm cooking further people. This is always a hit. This is one of the best best dishes that I like, this is chicken and shallots and maple may believe. Sweet smell to it. And I wanna thank first of all and foremost, I wanna thank butcher box because I use their boneless chicken thighs, and oh my God. It took it to another level. So this is an easy never mind. It's not easy. Nothing's easy. It was very complicated. The one thing that does make it easy. It's in. It's a one pot dish. All you do is you melt the butter in an iron Skillet because at skills going in the oven. Let it foam up really nice. You're gonna put about twelve shallots in cut him in half. Let them caramelized sweet somewhere between a onion and a red onion or green onion. It's less pungent than an onion. It has a little bit. It's a little more mellow. And so you Brown that up really nice. You put a little bit of dish on mustard in it a little fresh thyme. If you have it, maybe some tarragon, do you like it? Oh, and then you simmer with white wine. Now, I asked Vinnie in advance. Does this screw up the NSF g thing when you simmer something white wine? He said, no. So I'm very happy about that. Then you take the Rochester season a little salt and pepper and you put the Rochester right in the Skillet. You pop the whole thing in the oven for an hour. And it's done. I really love making this. I I made a little cauliflower mash with it just so there was some sort of little Garner's. These are not potatoes. It kind of looks more like grits, but I just boiled some rice cauliflower full that in some cream cheese. A little parmesan salt and pepper and made a little cauliflower mash side dish the chicken is courtesy of Alexandra cooks dot com. I love this recipe, j you. I am starting to sound like a broken record here. But. And poor Olga because. For me. But there is no reason to go back to anything in terms of carbs, or there's no reason to veer off this highway. It's it's it's satisfies. I'm missing blank, everything that savory was obviously chicken. So it's really well done. Well, thank you, the recipe says don't forget all that bred to stop the sauce. And I was like, well, I'm up the sauce. So that's why I made the cauliflower mass just about that. Because my. The difficulty in this spectrum of dieting to me, it's not how do we make steak tastes good, right? Or how do we make bacon? Yummy done and done. All the ways you do the chicken all the ways you do the protein. It's great. But I could go to Kuka ru and get some chicken breast or some and I would be satisfied. I would. And I feel like I could go to an outback and get a steak and me, it's it's it's the carb substitute. That's the tall order in this game. Because again, the I love chicken, I love the I love the protein. Anyway, you had me anyway. But when it comes the Khalef lower versus spaghetti now. There's a chasm there and. Yeah. So I want to drill them on. What is the carb subsitute of on on this mix chicken? Excellent shouts. Everything's excellent. But to me, it's always excellent the car that the cauliflower let's focus on this short. I'm with you a hundred percent. I don't want green beans with this. Like, I just I just don't I wanted something to mellow, and and maybe a little heavy and something that felt like a car, and there are such good mashed cauliflower recipes out there that are substitutes for mashed potatoes. I personally like this one it'll be posted under posts, eat your feelings. Adam Corolla dot com. And it really is just boiled rice cauliflower in you fold in cream cheese. And it's nice and it's fluffy. And it's it's kinda dense too. And it really feels satisfying. Like, you're eating a car with your with your chicken texture. The textures really out of this world on it. So it's really it's just you go to trader Joe's you the pre. I I don't do it myself. Everybody sells bad rice cauliflower rice broccoli now. You can do whatever you want. But the but walk me through it. You you boil it just so at tend to rise a little hard cauliflower, then you gotta use my favorite kitchen ingredient. I'm telling you, if you don't you're going to ruin this you say level fire your fucking ass right now patience. I know no tenderness cheesecloth you have to get a you and do it in small batches. So you're gonna just spoon a little bit of the now cooked cauliflower onto a piece of cheesecloth take each end. So it looks like kind of a bell and ring it out because cauliflower holds a lot of water and you wanted to dry as possible you're to do that a few times until you got it all it's going to take some cream cheese folded in if it's not melting quick enough. Put it. On the stove on low and just let it melt and let everything get really gooey. And and the good thing about cauliflower as opposed to mashed potatoes, mashed potatoes get gummy really quickly when you lift your fork, and it's just kinda loot. Culver doesn't get gummy doesn't have a starch. So you can mash it as much as you want. You can start as much as you want make the consistency you want and it's easy. I add parmesan grated parmesan. It's still mellow. But it gives it a little nice flavor and a little bit of garlic salt. But honestly, if you just want to do salt and butter just treat it like potatoes. Nice job. And I think the cheese cloth that I feel like that's the that's the equation that need to. All right. Thank you. But your box listening. I'll send the recipe, please. Love that. So all right. Let me tell you about Castrol edge, heat, friction viscosity breakdown. Rob your engine of maximum performance. Friction results in the loss of up to ten percent Castrol edge engineered with fluid. Titanium technology physically transforms it. Get stronger under pressure helps fight friction and deliver maximum levels of reforms from your car three times. Wrong against Wisconsin breakdown then leading oils cash allege unlock the true performance cars engine. Ben bailey. He's the comedian and host of cash cab is coming in here. Love that show. Everyone loves that show. Got stand up dates coming up we're going to play cash cab with Ben Bailey. And we think we'll just lifting questions right off the actual show. Right. So we'll format we'll do it. And we'll do that. Right. After this. The holidays are fast approaching you know, what that means. It's time to eat drink and fight with your family. For a limited time only offering custom built crates built on the hands of Adam Karol himself with maybe a little help from the latkes handle and the twins had to curl Christmas. Crate dot com now preorder the perfect present for the holiday. What's included a custom signed and built box ace man himself accustom if you're offended by Christmas shirt assigned Christmas card from ball, gene. As to step was Corolla. Drinks glasses a bottle of each flavor of angry thirty three cabernet Chardonnay, Corolla drinks. Ice mold tote that plus a Corolla drinks wine stopper, designed by Highland Lisigne company. For a limited time only, there's three hundred dollar value could be yours for only two hundred and we'll eat the shipping cost. So for the atom girl superfan in your family, head to Corolla Christmas, create dot com and pre-order now. And remember if you're a fended by Christmas have some angry and shut the GOP as Gavin loved playing football. He lived in briefed it wanted to go why he'd spent hours upon hours just his touchdown dances at one day while getting fitted for Vogel's, he realized he was never much good at throwing go running or catching or even kicking. Yeah. Gavin's chances of playing pro football. We're looking like fourth and long very long, but he did hear how could save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved. Then he did kind of touchdowns at least he was still good that suck -nology truth. Truth teenagers, can communicate entirely emojis. Why birthday party pizza slice kitten soccer ball pineapple truth? It's so easy to switch. Save on car insurance at geiko dot com. What are you talking about? Paper clip shoulder. Shrug high five wizard hut. What go fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Denying the charge of domestic abuse. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. I have never struck a woman attorney Michael avenue who represents porn star. Stormy Daniels in her hush money case against President Trump has been released from police custody. He was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence in northern California. Residents displaced by the campfire are getting bad news from FEMA they'll have to wait for infrastructure repairs in the community before they can return, you gotta do debris removal, you've got to be able to understand the types of housing that are available. It's not just dragging FEMA travel trailers in the Environmental Protection Agency says long term exposure to a newer compound used in nonstick coatings Teflon appears to be dangerous even in tiny quantities. The jenex compound was detected in drinking water near a factory in North Carolina country music awards opened with a tribute to the suiting victims from Thousand Oaks, California.

Rams NFL baseball Seattle Rams Mexico City Mexico football Mike August Jimmy Brian Scott Asia Denver Adam soccer Bob Sapp Quicken Loans Adam corolla Steelers Kansas City
1404 Jenn Rhoades on the Power of Virtual Consults in the COVID-19 Era : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

59:27 min | 11 months ago

1404 Jenn Rhoades on the Power of Virtual Consults in the COVID-19 Era : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Protect yourself with loop shields and wraparound Oakley loops using the same frame. Does the US military visit Dot com to order now that surgical telescopes abbreviated surge. I tell dot com. It's just a huge honor to podcast interviewing jen roads. Who's the CEO and Co founder of smile virtual, born and raised in San Diego where she received her Bachelor of Arts in marketing from National University, she has over twenty years experience in marketing, ten of those being in the dental industry back in two thousand twelve, she joined the team at harassed dental in Phoenix Arizona and became their marketing director, which I am in Phoenix Arizona Brian. Harris I mean. I don't even how the hall at Brian. Arizona called the Harris Mafia, starting with Joe Harris, the the Don. On of the family is what four boys and three were Dennis and one's a lab tech aunts the most class act. He's the most Class Act Organization I gotTa tell you know Joe. Her story when I signed up for continuing with with LV I. Back like twenty years ago, I've found out. He was going He was going to the course to cycle them up and asked him if I could room with him in the hotel and so he and he said why I said because you got four boys. And you're set of boys is a decade older than my boys. My boys like one, two, three, four, and his, or like ten, twelve, fourteen sixteen, and I said I just want to pick your brain on raising four boys, and he said cool, but anyway just a legendary man. But, anyways you helped grow their practice and expanded into multiple locations after years of Working Brian you collaborate on innovative ways to attract and convert ideal patients. They come up with the ideal of virtual consults. You're ahead of your time. I. Mean My Gosh. You got into this technology that once the pandemic. It was vital. It was so interesting how all these states were were in the process of trying. Trying to shut down smile direct club with all their tallaght dentistry, anti-legislation California and Texas and they were coming out him with everything they had, and then the pandemic broke, and they're like Oh. Wait wait a minute. We gotTA U-TURN WE. We actually need this and you were already there. Just like I credit my president for twenty years. Lorries allow. sqi She used to have. Everybody worked from home. As much as they could. You know why? She'd always say why been our taking a shower and driving into work when you can just turn on your computer? And I always laugh. Because it seem weird when you walk in here. And and almost nobody was here, and then with the pandemic hits now you Lori Look like geniuses ahead of your time, and I still look like Fred Flintstone. In two thousand seventeen. You help completely transformed. Brian scheduled from doing general dentistry five days for week to only doing cosmetic dentistry three days for week while nearly doubling his production in twenty eight team, she left Harris Dental partnered with Brian Harris and smile virtual was born. She saw an opportunity to create a software that didn't exist in the dental world. She was able to organically grow small virtual from an idea on a whiteboard to a virtual console somewhere company helping hundreds of. Of Dentists do more of the dentistry they love. She currently lives in Phoenix with her husband, two kids and a yellow lab, and if anybody is complaining about wearing a mask, my dog has to wear a caller right now, and you know the big, the big funnel thing and so I. Hear Anybody Complaining About Wearing a mask I'm gonNA put that little dog funnel on their head, and then they'll they'll. They'll pay money to go back to mass. But how are you doing? Good, we're doing great. You know I mean like you said this. This pandemic has just. been devastating for so many people, but for us I mean it's been really shed light on the fact that that dentistry is needed, you know in this virtual way of communicating with patients is as really a requirement now. So explain to the people who don't know. Take it from the top. And this is a good time to do it. Because I, mean I'm member PODCASTS, even my own friends now. How do you? How do you do that? How do you know like it was like Greek and the pandemic now everybody's got Zuma count, most. People Have Azuma count and a skype account on their own iphone. So can they do this Demo on their iphone? Yet thinking dude on their phone, they could do it on their IPAD. Their laptop. Patients and doctors so. Yes! I'll be about okay so if they go to smile virtual dot COM for. Basically go would would it is that you're doing? So back when we started, you know maybe three three and a half years ago. really what got US started is Brian I. Kinda sat down. He was at a point where most dentists are right now. Where he was working five days a week doing brandon by dentistry running from room to room. You Know My job as marketing director funneling as many new patients as I possibly cut through the door. And we got to this point where I could just tell the look on his face that keep us unhappy. He wasn't fulfilled. WHO's really burnt out? And I think at the point of exhaustion, and so we sat down and I determine what we wanted. which was obviously you know? He wanted to do more smile makeovers. Reach those type of people, and so we kind of mapped out the sales process in dentistry. That was like our first step. We just gotTA. Whiteboard sat down and mapped out what we put patients thrill. And realize a cow, inefficient and broken. That process is you know if if someone wants to improve their smile they've got find, a dentist got a call. The office talk to someone on the phone schedule an appointment time off work. Get a babysitter travel across town. Go through like ten steps before they're even sitting down in front of the dentists to get their questions answered in, so we kind of took that process, and we also took our cosmetic consoles, and realize that most people that come in to see you know Brian Scott Gel any of them. Them, in person wanted know the same three things they wanNA know. Can they trust you? Are you the right guy for me or girl for me? Can you help me and what is going to cost, and so we thought in Dentistry. You know we're always taught. Don't don't give that information upfront. Get them in the charity whatever you can to get them in the chair I. and we thought what if we just give them this information up front like what? What is GonNa to our case acceptance? What is this going to do to our schedule and? So? That's when we came up with this idea of. Hey, let's do a virtual console. Let's let's do a video for these patients and answering those three questions and see how it goes, so we created a platform that allows patients to upload a smile Southie. Quickly share their concerns. They don't like about their smile, maybe what they WANNA in Peru. Send it off to the dentist. The dentist receives that information. Puts together a quick presentation using our platform records short five to ten minute video answering questions. And then sends it to the patient with a call to action to schedule to come see them in person I'm so now. We took this ten step process in eliminated almost nearly every step down to a two step process so. We did that at Harris Dental. Instead of sending patients to a phone call, we sent them to a virtual console. A went through that process, and then they came in office. And after three months of doing that in testing out, we saw that cheese we, we were getting a roughly about a thirty percent treatment conversion for high-dollar cases when a patient would go through the old sales cycle, and come in office and sit in front of Brian who is. Amazing at talking treatment and connecting with people. That process we got about a thirty percent case acceptance when we introduce the virtual console. Put them through that first. We went from thirty to eighty seven percent. And I mean it was just unreal because I mean the people that are there in office there because they wanna be there, they already know that you can help down there like you. They saw the video and they know roughly what it might cost them. So that was a game changer for us at Harris Dental huge. It was a game changer for Brian's practice. And you know him he. Travels around his key opinion, leader lectures. is on Instagram, other doctor started to reach out and say hey, can you guys doing and is there any way you can do it in my practice? Probably about after the Twentieth Dr Bernard I sat down and said maybe he said. Do you think you could figure out a scale in offer it to other other offices in help them the way that that you've been able to help me and I said sure so sour chose born and. Since then it's just been like crazy high-growth. I mean we I believe we have a little over four hundred doctors now, using the fat form now is is mostly instagram doctors. Is instagram big part of this. You know what it was for us, will we? We didn't have any social media presence when we started Brian I created this this social media strategy using instagram and that's how we grew. His business to what it is, today is primarily using social media to drive those clients. And so when we started this that that was my idea I was gonNA. Teach these doctors. They were GONNA use instagram to do the same thing that that Brian. consoles, but my kind of test chest. Ladies was Joe Harris Joe was at a point where he was. A like I'm not gonNA DO INSTAGRAM I. Don't WanNa, be on my phone. I'M NOT GONNA post. You know before, and after case says and so, how else can I use this platform to benefit me and so that's when we? Transitioned created the widget for their website. So, doctors that come to us any marketing that they're currently doing say they're doing odd words to drive traffic to their website. Say they're doing direct. May All they do signs at the mall whatever it may be we, we encourage them to continue to do all this just change. The call to Action said of driving all those people to call your office or go to your website. Drive them to virtual, consult. An, so I have doctors on the platform that. Don't do any social media and they. They, they drive all of their website traffic to virtual console. They use this for their existing patients unscheduled treatment. They use it for hygiene exams. You know they've got five minutes to pop in St a patient for exam examine see that they've got know embezzling on their treatment plan that they haven't accepted or a few veneers or a bridge, or whatever it may be They'll tell them. Hey. Is it okay for send you a video later today? We know we do virtual consoles now and I just WanNa. Share it. You could watch it at home with your spouse and let me know you think I've had doctors close an enormous amount treatment using it that way? Well I mean it is impressive. Brian Smile. Virtual has eighty four thousand followers on instagram and Brian has. Oh my Gosh Brian was clean products has forty four thousand. He has four hundred his half a million followers on instagram. And that is that pretty much all you. Know. That's him I'll tell you we mean. When we started, we had zero. You know we started the account. We had no followers and. He's dressed with our strategy at a lot of it is our strategy that we put in place working with influencers. It's his work but Brian I. I mean up until recently we've. We started to get him some help with his social media of posting, but up to that point, he's a one man show. He did all of that himself. He's really remarkable when it comes to that so just posting on instagram his before and after cosmetics he He gets to half a million followers on instagram. He did he would do giveaways, we we. Basically our strategy as define influencers find other people that we find influence. You mean in dentistry or Grab influencers and Gremlins are so fine. Other people say it someone in the hair, industry or beauty industry that has shares your same type of demographic so they all of your patients already follow them or the patients that you want already follow them. Find Them They find someone that has ten, thousand, fifty, thousand, hundred thousand plus followers, and go see if you can partner with them and do something some sort of giveaway, either to their followers, whether it's whitening smile makeover. Is Dvd do their smile and and partner with them and do that and get access to their followers so that that's primarily how he's grown two million. That that is just truly amazing. But. I have to say though a big part of the formula. If you're a young kid, mostly kids listen to me by the time you're older and wiser, you would never listen to me, but you know so it's it's mostly thirty and under. But I always notice whether it's Dorfman. Who had was on TV and all that stuff or Brian Harris? They're always phenomenally looking people I, mean even you? You're the marketing Greg if you're not that I it it Brian's on the most handsome dentist, all of Arizona, and if you're not the most hands beautiful marketing director. That's a big part of the influence. Oh a new I mean. When you go onto the show, I mean I mean. He has I mean Bryant his just as hairs like two inches above his head i. mean he's just he's so damn, we don't. Do you think that's a big part of the winning success though to sell beauty to be beautiful. You know I do I'll admit I. Do I think that that is a large part of his success is not only as he good looking, but he he's extremely charming. He's very natural at speaking communicating with people at which also makes him a really good coach educator for these doctors. And and mentor really for them and so I think that patients gravitate toward Sam I mean obviously his work as well speaks for itself but I have other doctors that you know you'd be surprised. That was one of my I. Thought was going to be one of our biggest barriers to smile virtualization. Gosh I'M NOT GONNA. Find you know four hundred dentists that are really good. Good communicators like Ryan. So how do we help them? Do Virtual Console to be very effective at it and you'd be surprised. I mean. We have a lot of training in place where we teach them their pitch. We teach them how to communicate with patients through ritual console. What to say how to say Brian Does monthly coaching calls with all of these doctors and and. You know it's remarkable to see how comfortable hell quickly they get comfortable on camera and ask and are able to really increase their case acceptance this way. So so. How does it Dennis get involved this so they. They start out. They go to what they go to. GO TO SMILE CENTRAL DOT COM and yet smaller to that Commerce Mavericks. WILL DENTIST DOT COM and on their? They're going to be able to watch a demo of the product so they can watch demo the platform how it works. I'm get all their questions answered. They can join right from the website so there. There's an order form right through the site. Making it started so sites irs. There's smile, virtual and smile. WHAT SMILE! Salvato, dentists, so, if you've got a smile virtual, and you just click I'm a dentist. It'll take you right. So either way they'll get there. And they join right from the site. And what what is the logistics and joining I? Mean is there. Is that much? Does it cost what what's all that about right now? So right now if they go to the site and there is zero setup fee, so they're not gonNA. Pay Anything up front. The setup fee is waived right now. they're able to join. The monthly fee is three nine a month. There is a six month commitment. And the second that they register, they're going to get a leak to go through their on boarding process, and they're going to get a call with their coach. Every doctor's partnered up with one of our small virtual coaches that walks through the on boarding. I mean they could be live and ready to go and little twenty four hours using the platform. We do provide an entire suite of training so videos that Brian I have done. were we're big believers in Sherri Oliver Secrets, and so once doctors join our community at as. You know it's. And how many of join your community? Right now we have a little over four hundred four hundred dentists. That is just amazing so now or the given protective territories like. Is Bryan. Bryan Vein Tempe. Late Bill Maher area genetics so downtown. Phoenix Yup so so does e so as A. Franchise protected territories I mean if I bought him McDonald's I. Get Twenty Five Thousand People. Watch out a question and a lot of doctors asked that and the answer is no. We've never done that only because we feel like. If you use our marketing strategy, and especially our social media strategy there are no geographical limitation I. Mean I'll tell you this Howard before Brian started using small virtual, maybe two percent of his patient base with people that lived at town, and when I mean live downtown. Maybe they lived in Tucson and they drove here to see us. Now about seventy percent of the patients he treats fly in to see him, and so his reach is just. I mean. All over the place and a lot of our doctors is same thing they join, and they think there's no way I'm going to get someone to fly across country to come. See me have me do their smile and they do because of social media, and so we alone. In Phoenix I think we have maybe twenty twenty five doctors within a twenty mile radius of where Brian is. That used smile virtual and pointed us or Twenty? Yet within like a twenty mile radius of Ryan and they all have their own reach. They all have I mean even perfect example. Scott Brian's brother, he started, and he thought cautious. This GonNa work for me and he has his own reach. He he goes to his own church has his own group of friends you know. He has his own following on social media, and if you follow him on on, he's followed everything that Brian's done and been able to grow his following and has just as much success, so it's daddy is Joe Harrison. You Got Brian Scott. What's the brother? That's a lab tech. That's Cameron. Kim Us over the C. C, yet that that's the so he's the lab taggart Harris and then. Eric is the oldest brother. Eric! Harris is the oldest brother and he's a teacher at. At the dental school craft, but what I WanNa know is who let the girl. How did Emily get in there? She's great. You know what she thought it was. No girls allowed the Harris family. I know right. She has so amazing. I mean for someone to come in. You know I don't know if you've ever seen her in person, but she's just. This tiny little cute thing just looks like a model really, and she comes in to this group of boys and an comes into an office where there's like twenty women already working there, and is just the best personality so likable, just the sweetest heart. You'll ever meet I mean she's just. She complements them perfectly. As amazing and and You see, Joe. You know what we see Joe I mean it's slowed down a little because of this. You know he's not inasmuch but but so often. And he's great I love hand. Right the monkees gone. Or they ever GonNa do monkey now. They didn't get any key. Well. Grandkids are kind of a good substitute, my. Six months. They're all grandkids so the. Next time, you see Joe's tell him. I still think of the lessons I mean when when someone talks cosmetic dentistry I go back to Elvi-, but then I go back to the night. The nighttime listening to Joe a decade ahead of me in everything, he said. Was True in profound. But Let let's. That virtual amazing with what you're doing. That is just crazy cool. They got four hundred Dennis signed up for this. And you say. When they is a six month commitment. Why do they stay after six months so there? Would you say the monthly fee is? Three Ninety Nine, three, ninety nine. And why do you say three ninety nine instead of four hundred I know the answer, but do you. I mean obviously for psychological buying or Fruit, that's, not true. Did, you know that's not true. Tell me then yeah, so so what? In and I don't like, and Denis have to know because it started with embezzlement so when they came out with the with the first registers. Sell stuff and they didn't know how they were going to protect against stealing. So what they decide to do is there'd be no dollar everything it'd be under a dollar ninety nine, so they would open up a break, Arolla pennies and fifty pennies in there and every time you give me a dollar penny back so the end of the day. I count your pennies. Transactions are more so yeah, so it was all about it was never and so a bunch of people later thought it was psychological, a bunch of. Nobel Prize, winning economist Moose Summer University of Chicago so they did a ton of experience about this nine, nine, thousand nine versus ten bucks. There's all the research says that everybody says that's ten bucks. It means nothing, but we're. The dentist are still getting abused. Day is every consultant that I've had on this Program says go into a dental office. Half of them are being embezzled against, so it's nine ninety nine, so it's three ninety nine, because for hundreds of years, employees of instilling from the boss and. And so you? GotTa get that right so I would recommend changing your price to four hundred dollars, and then throwing a bonus lecture from Brian about how to prevent embezzling in your office. Because, that's that's the issue, so you got four hundred pain four hundred a month. They have to make six month commitment, but tell me why after six months they don't have to stay committed. Why are they still saying? Jen I WANNA. Give you four hundred bucks a month. What are you? What are you still doing yet for I? Think there's a few reasons so one. When we set out to do small virtual, we thought. Thought that we're we're just a software company. You know we're going to provide the platform for them, and they're going to double triple their case, acceptance and everything's GonNa be great and the reason that they stay after six months is because that is happening for them. the other reason that they stay is early on Brian and I realized. How should we have an opportunity to create a movement and create this community? And so instead of just being a software company. Why don't we why don't be more than that? Why don't we offer the monthly training? Why don't we do in person annual events with all of our doctors? Why don't we do clinical courses in all of these things and really so we did that? We started to do that and. I'm telling you. Some of these doctors are I consider my dearest friends. I mean they they're just. We've got the best clients and they're amazing and they're the great thing is. Is They? Get in a room together or even like autism call. And they can even be in the same city as each other, and they're not competing. They're there to help each other and really. Grow this movement and Dentistry and really changed. And it's just it's exciting to be a part of NC and so i. think that that's another reason that they stay as it's more than just a software really is. A community that there are part of. What I love about Brian is not only, is he? Just like the whole family I mean Eric Brian? No, they just quality good people. What I love about Brian. So much is you have to? You have to treat multiple things and fell for he's. He's I've known him for thirty years. He's always been trying experiment and something doesn't work. He tweaks it. If it doesn't work, you said well. We tried that. We onto something else. I love the way how he's has as a twenty four hour day entrepreneur for his whole life, but but we've been talking about general dentistry and cosmetics. Cosmetic dentistry sorry, but the first thing you really comes to. My mind is orthodontics more than the nears because I mean. My four boys didn't get veneers they got they got braces. ORTHODONTIC plate of this. Yes and We first started. We thought the same thing like Harsh orthodontist would kill it at this that you know being able to provide this information to parents not bring their kids out of school, and even adults or And so we started. And, it wasn't until recently when Brian has a really good relationship with Stuart Frost through. Yup End. So Stewart finally said Hey, I'm GonNa try this, ONA try this virtual console thing and he started, and I think in the first month, maybe dead, forty or fifty virtual console tes and closed a number of cases and was. Totally? Open to this in in Stewart's very innovative and a far a you know a ahead of his time, and so he was like. Hey, I'm I'm all in I'M GONNA help whatever I can do to help, and so he's done some joint webinars with Brian Getting. Brian were into that Ortho community in front of Orthodontists, so we've just recently probably in the last few months. Have a huge group of orthodontists that are using the platform now, so so go now. Let's go to the pandemic. I was talking to a dentist last night and It's amazing. Nothing is normal again i. mean nothing is normal. Every the whole I think of the sand timer turned upside down, and if I was you know we can only see emergency. Patients and Dennis Communites say man. This is weird I went in my office. He had a toothache and I just did. The root canal built crown by myself with my twenty dollars an. An hour assistant. I was there three hours. She gave me twenty five hundred dollars. I'm like thing on my normal days when I'm hopping around six rooms and have all these bodies I netted more today I knitted about two or three days worth of money in one day and last night, I was talking to one of my friends, not in Phoenix but. Next door. New Mexico, and he was saying that. He keeps getting patient saying I all come in, but. Only if I'm the only one in there I don't want to go in there with anyone the. There's there's a big growing market I've been saying that the a CD the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry would used to be this. This great market differentiation premium thing has been overnight replays with the American Academy of Disease Control Prevention. Dentistry and now what this guy's Amy's saying! He does virtual console on his iphone, and he looks at the charge, but he's coming in on a on a time like they'll say. Say Okay. You can come in Friday morning, and but you got to pay for this appointment ahead of time, and it's five thousand dollars, and then it's just GonNa. Be You me my assistant. We're going to your whole mouth so I am rapidly seeing a growing market for disease control, and you're at the apex of that do you? How? How is this playing out with the pandemic this technology platform? Always, we've always had to do this element of education. You know choir to the pandemic of kind of explaining to doctors why they need this why this is a great effective way for them to communicate with their patients, and it always revolves around convenience convenience for the patient, and it's for the doctor and You know we'd have to educate them on on that before they would join the community to wear this hit. It was literally at a like a light switch leapt an overnight. Every single dentist knew that a needed something overnight there was. Was You know they were shut down? There was no way for them to communicate with our patients. They weren't in-office. Answering the phone calls and so our community that was already using virtual insults, just quickly pivoted and shift, and and started to use it for emergency dentistry, and and they did fabulous, and they were great, and then all the other ones that that came on enjoying We quickly help them figure out how to use it for those cases, but yeah, I mean they would use it. They would go in. See The patient and. It really has been it's hard. It's hard because he will say Gosh. How you guys doing during the pandemic, can I realize a lot of people are suffering in? It's been a tragedy I so many businesses, and that breaks my heart, and so it's hard for us to say crash. We've. Been? The best couple of months we've ever had only because dentists. They need this. You know also there's tons. There's competitors coming out of the woodwork now, which is great, because it proves that there is a use for this and the market and so It's been an eye opener for for not only us, but a lot of dentists. It's so interesting like I mean. Sometimes what you need is a meteorite to hit the earth for your start rethinking things, and I mean like I mean just in my own friends and family You know like just this morning. What am I? Sister said why I have to go in because I have to go talk to the doctor. When white isn't the? Call. You and I'm sitting here, thinking. It's probably because there's no blue cross and Blue Shield call. Pick up the phone, but she's got to get shower. Get dressed, drive all the way down into Phoenix and in a waiting room, and all this stuff ticket or results back from the doctor. On these on this. The turmoil in the streets in America. It was amazing. I was reading the economists still. Were they already showing? There's no reason a police officer should be involved in a traffic stop. I've got your driver. Your tag I can send it to you I. Would have been preventative. I never even had to pull you over. But why would you even want to pull them over? So so like Scotts had those police cameras, but people weren't thinking about the other side of it so technology. I mean there's just so many things and I look at healthcare I mean you. You can just tell there's gotta be the insurance. Go because your doctor is trying to get you to come into office and get this done to. To this, then say well. Why don't you just call me? In? I am and furthermore I'm very insulted that as a dentist. You have to call me in a an order that I can go run these tasks. I think that's a complete abuse. Fair trade I mean you are not an American, if you can't walk into any one of these blood places, and say Yeah Jeremiah blood I want to get tested for diabetes herpes HIV influence, Ono the lawyers. Have got together with the with the Medical Society, and you have to go through turntable and give them money, and then of course They'll get you know just it. Just all this stuff needs to be re thought out, and it needs to be turned upside down. So what is the difference between? I just do a virtual console, and I just say hey, call me on just on my iphone and show me your teeth. So what's the difference between me? Just face timing you. Get hearses. Your technology platform. That's a smile virtual dentist. Dot Com. So right now one of the good things that they did a for a lot of dentists and we talked a lot about this. When we are Webinars, the last few months is they lifted so prior to this The difference is is that's a hippo violation for you just use. Government so destroy. That's another thing I'm. I'm all aboard yet. Go during this pandemic the last several months. They kind of that and said Hey. We're not gonNA come after you, we you know as long as you're not using something that's public like facebook. Live or something like that. To communicate with patients you can, you can just use skype or facetime or something like that and do a virtual console and we're going. Allow it, and obviously now that offices are back open they. Bake cracking down on that again, so so they're not allowing it so now. The differences you know it is a hippo violation to just get on your phone and do that and we're back to following all these procedures and and being compliance, which was one of the reasons why our platform it's always been and we designed it like this for a reason to where patient submits and the doctor records. The video said that to them. For a few reasons one because Brian liked that because he do it on his own time he didn't have to coordinate appointments or coordinate facetime, call or something, and the patient could watch it on their own time with their spouse with family. Numerous Times when this pandemic hit we realized there's still a need for that, but there's also a need to do the lives. And there's a need for it to be fully compliant and when the patient information is uploaded stored. So completely compliant and so we're actually started about two months ago on our version, three of our software platform and I'm when we really set in a few lines. It'll help that feature. Now. I see that he's started his own product line clan clan products. Is it clean? Oh, gets along so that that building okay I'm sorry. I'm I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed so tell us about clean products because I mean I am stunned and amazed. I mean you have. Four hundred eighteen thousand people. Foley on this of on Instagram, so tell me what are clean products. Clean as before when you said Brian. He really is a robot Howard I mean really that's the best way to describe when you said he works twenty four hours entrepreneur. He really does and he. He's such a gifted visionary, and so he's always has all of these ideas in the fact that we I think we've worked together now for almost ten years and he. Is always coming up with something new and a business idea what people don't see as there's a lot of things that we try and do that. We fail at and You know we don't hit the Jackpot every time, and so we came up with smile jaw. Brian had this opportunity to do clean, and he's I'm so proud of him I, don't I? Don't have a lot of involvement without. Without with him. He's done a lot of that on his own, but he's done so good I know that they just launched. It's an amazing product I I. Use it myself. My whole family uses it I know it's all natural ingredients and He has these really full care packages that he saw it every patient that comes to him. That gets a smile makeover. They get his kit. and. So he's done. I mean I know it's fairly new, but he's doing really well with it. That is aw. Amazing Amazing, amazing what what are the? What are the biggest product kit so on the clean products which which ones are? MOUTHWASHES toothpastes So he has I believe he has two different types of toothpaste. Ones based. One is a whitening toothpaste. that. He recommends for his. Patients that happened years. He has a mouthwash. I believe maybe a couple of different mouthwashes and a tongue scraper. Really cool goal blinked out. You know it's like of course. tonal Brian Harris tongue scraper in going back to this market. Where Chum you know, say I I still a big believer that that really helps to be hot. In the cosmetic self like when I went to dental school they. Asked me. Have you ever considered being Shuffler in Louisiana and I said I know and I said. Are you sure about this and I? Said okay, but who is who is the market for? This is is I'm thinking. Is that eighty percent women versus men? Is that more? Young women are already naturally beautiful, and they don't have any money I've only seen the cosmetics being women going back on the market there They finished around one. They got a couple of kids or forty, so they're getting all fixed up to go back out on the market for round two is that most of the market is mostly women reentering the market. For the second time. What what is this cosmetic dentistry market? Look like on the ground to you. You know if you'd have asked me three years ago. I would have been so confident in my answer. Told you Howard are it's. It's fifty five to sixty five year old women. You know high income earners. and. Since, we introduced small virtual and our our social media strategy. Really I mean. Brian's main demographic is the twenty five to thirty, maybe forty year old female So. Much younger much younger to where I would have blown my me away. I would have said there's no way this age group can even afford cosmetic dentistry, but they can, and they do, and it's a priority for them and so. It just blows my mind. That's see that. Granite everywhere. Depending on what location you're, an has different demographics, but but primarily for smile virtual, a lot of them are that that age range females, and so, why do you think the Why do you think the females are getting? I'm younger in search cosmetic dentistry. I think that they just. Wind social media. which is the total different topic? But I think social media and the photos and Things that are out there. That women are probably more critical of themselves now than they were twenty years ago thirty years ago. I think that the access they have access to all of this. They can go and get cosmetic surgery. hair extensions eyelash extensions all of these things. And so you know all available to them. I think that I think. Big. Big reason is just smile totally in Hampshire Confidence I. mean you know that so a lot of these women there? They're used to taking care of themselves. They're they're very beautiful and First thing you notice about someone is is typically their smile and so. Now, that they know that there's a solution to that of a fairly easy solution, you know it's not you don't have to go through major surgery and it doesn't take months and months and months. You know they can have a new smile a week. I think that it's it's just a more attractive option nowadays. On Dental town. What I love most I'm too old for instagram. I have an instagram account of like fifteen thousand dollars, not like Brian's half. Million Followers but. The reason I love the dental town. is because it's all index can just go there to a search for smile, virtual smile, and so the the questions come off so Kevin Anderson. The threads called smile virtual. He said just wondering if anybody out, there had any experience with a service program smiled virtual. Essentially, it's a platform that would either be on your website and or social media where potential patients upload a photo, their smile and interfere notes about what they don't like. You'd get a notification which would prompt you to be able to annotate their upload recorded short smile, virtual conversation and show a few before, and after cases of similar starting points, this would be sent back to the patient and could be viewed at their convenience anyway. We're looking into the service WANNA. Know of any other townies on dental town. had experienced for the say Kevin Anderson in Oakdale Minnesota. I be interested to see. Are there any comments on there? and. You should log on there all. All you have to do is. Do a search, but I will I will email you the. Link it's an IT's under cosmetic dentistry but there's more. But, what would you say to his? Is Question are? Tell him I mean the thing is is. One of the things we always try to plot. A doctor's is what is your goal? You know what are you looking for? Are you looking to? Do more of Tampa Dentistry that you love or you looking to find more ideal clients, so you can do more of the dentistry that you love and most of them that that's the reason I mean most of most of them are. are tired of just doing the same marketing tactics that have gotten him the same results for years most of them want to use some sort of an innovative technology. And at a lot of them want to save time in some of these doctors come to ask the Near. They're stressed out. They're burnout in their exhausted and the idea of them doing replacing. Long Cosmetic Console with a ten minute. Virtual console is really enticing to them and so I would just tell him. The thing is an emmy. It's all relative, but eye doctors that they pay three nine nine a month and make. Twenty fifty thousand dollars a month off of this off of treatment that they close so really I mean. What else are you spending your money on in your practice? I mean when you look at it. Try It, and what do you have to lose three ninety nine I mean and it's been making the news too I remember it would just i. just saw the other day it was a Dr Michael Allen from Sabina Hills. down in Tucson man. He started doing this and he made it on the evening news. In Tucson Arizona, so it's a it's a great thing to market and I notice. He's another really really handsome dentist. And a half feet a hair on the top of his head. So of your four hundred dentists. That are signed up. How many of them are as hot? As Brian or Michael Allen? There's a handful Howard I mean there's there's a good amount that are really young. Good looking doctors a. we have some that are older doctors that are really handsome and good looking, but I'll tell you. They all have their own way about them. You know they all. They all have their own little whatever it is like quirkiness of their charm in their personality where they can. Can connect with their patients and it's just it's interesting to see them blossom and use this technology to communicate with people and you know get their message out the others ruling another great threat. I called Smile Book for showing patients different shaves finishes or porcelain, and then someone gets on there, and says No. You gotta do virtual smile and they're talking about it a lot. Besides. Your platform do recommend other what goes with your platform is. Is it other things like this like books for your waiting rumors at all virtual digital? You know we. We tried to take everything that we've so when you join smile virtual, and you you start, you get access to everything that we've. That has made us successful so we have a book with our entire social media strategy we have. All of our training videos are page slide deck that we use I. Mean we even give you before after cases? If you don't have your own to use in your virtual console, and so and we tried to basically break down every single thing aside from. A laptop with a camera. That that's really the only thing that they need to be successful. At best we provide everything else and again I I. I really applaud him I. Love the most about him is. When you when you're an entrepreneur, you're gonNA. Strike out more than you're going to get rich and even Bill Gates talks about that. He says the worst thing that can happen to you the first thing you do you make 'cause then you believe the you're all special and all that kind of Soviet and and I know he's tried I'm. Being embarrassing both the twenty four hour emergency dental would be more important market, but then I almost I almost at the end I was almost. This badges sack can't believe I'm Dennis, saying this on the on lie, but is like well. That's the reason they have an emergency. They just they just don't act on it. I mean the reason the reason you have. Screaming to on Saturday is the same reason twenty four hour emergency dental offices on Saturday. Don't make it because you. You didn't go in on Saturday there. There's there's reasons for these markets and then I think that what you're saying in this taking off during the pandemic is you have forty million Americans have lost their jobs. Is Pandemic started and I love the two loves of my life. I've always been dentistry in economics. I got a dental degree in Mba I could read. Pee. On dental research or economics all day long I mean I just love reading it I have no desire to really read anything other than that. Even even though here's the minute books for today, these are just the ones I got today. I still love subjects and I believe that if those forty million people who lost their jobs. Probably thirty million of them don't even have a job to come back to which is gonNA. Make It far more competitive, so obviously it helps to be healthy to get a job taller better looking whatever so ads this. I as the economy contracts. Everybody's going to have to get more competitive and so. It's GonNa put pressures everywhere in the economy. So you're saying you're already reporting. This pandemic has been a lift to your business model. Yes, yes, at half, and when you talk about people being more competitive, it's true for dentists to you know I. Mean that's one of the things that we we teach. Our our community of dentists is. Typically when you're going to compete with someone else it's. It's either on Christ's. Either you're lowering your price or you're. You're building your value, and so we teach them you know using virtual consoles I mean it's a free service for patients but you're providing them more value. So that's what setting you apart from the Dennis down the street or someone else as you're just, you're providing more convenience. You're giving them. We teach at all throughout Brian Smile test drive process. He does that at his person consults. We teach them all of these things along the way to provide the patient more value because that's really an are is the only way to truly compete. You know you're such an excellent marketer. You should do and you've got so much content. You should make an online see course on dental town. I, mean we. We put up. We put up four hundred courses for an hour long courses. They've been viewed over a million times, and this pandemic has exploded dental town because they're. They're not at work. It's virtual so I, mean we we? We have twice a traffic now, but. The guy in charge of that is Howard Goldstein all send you an email? The would you be in shouldn't doing that because? I WANT! I want to give them a good information and I think. All send you that because. Because I think a couple of markets are really going to be taking off, and the biggest one is gonNA be. The American Academy of Disease Control Dentistry Tell. Brian Howard said that's next business. He has to start a whole new association to replace the a CD because I mean. I who who wants to have wider brighter sexier, t they've you go catch virus and get killed in the process. And I've just say I've had I've had too many dentists calling me. And they're all older dentists who their reputations known in the community where Pacers calling him saying, what does it cost for me to be the only guy to come in your office? Well, what's even better than that? A virtual? where I I don't even have to come in your office. I can just download this platform, and then it sounds like you have a community so that when they joined us smile Virgil. It's not like they just. They just signed up. They get a bill each month. By some sounds like you're building a community of dentists where they can have the benefits of the protection of herd mentality of all working together. Tell them about how your community works. Yep So we do our. We do monthly calls. We have a couple, so we have our main community of all of our dentists and and Brian and I do monthly calls with them. We do annual event with them, and we also have what we call our community, which is a smaller tight-knit grew. And those doctors they get more mentorship and coaching and access to Brian and myself, and we do in person events with them a few times a year and but they all have the support of each other as well. I mean that's. Something, we've, we have forums and facebook groups and you know and scream groups that there are part of that they can pick each other's brains, and and you know really lean on each other. and. You know when the Internet came out and ninety four. It was confusing to me. I didn't make a move on dental town till ninety eight. So I look at it five years before I got it and there were the five season there were commercials. You know content commerce like Amazon connectivity with all these other platforms, but I fell in love with The v C Community and ice started dental town and twenty other companies started these. Dental sites selling supplies and sundries, and the reason I didn't start. That is because that that shine lady. They came in once a week. I mean she was my whole connection to the outside world and they start saying. Oh, well, you could buy. What was the one? There is a big one that got twenty million dollars, a venture capital and blew it all dental exchange, and the only reason they're still live is with like their last one million dollars actually bought a dental business that had cash flow, so they actually after blowing one thousand nine million, they they stayed alive with their last million, but. The community is. That that's the fundamental of of all humanness, I mean I. Don't I? Don't care of you had all the money and yachts and bridges if you're all alone in that yard out in the middle of the ocean. You'd be pretty damn miserable and fact you might even want to see your kids again after that. After a long enough time, you'd want to see your heads and after enough alcohol to see your grandkids again and so the community is everything, and it probably has the highest variable of the stickiness of your members like like. Maybe they're not even using it to what they thought they would do it for. They'll keep it for the community because at the end of the day. It's all about community. It's all about humans and that's what's really sad about this pandemic is, is they? They don't realize that the cruelest part about this pandemic is not the percentage of people that die, but all the contact that would have happened. That's that's not happening. So if you just say so, if the average person, the world was one human, and you just took away a couple of hours a day of interacting with other people. That that's that's hard on a social animal. Yeah, it definitely is and I. Think you know in the community is the part that. Really makes us get up every day and enjoy what we're doing. You know not only Brian Myself But our entire small virtual team. Just the impact that we have for these these doctors in working with them and seeing them grow. You know really watching them transform. We watched Brian Transform. An and just being able to be a part of that and witnessed out with them. It's it's it's really incredible. So is it my? My last goes like he has anything but of all ask Alaska's. It's such a hard hitting truthful on this question. You know you might want me at him, but but but joe but Brian. Is, the cosmetic guru. But. His older brother Eric is obviously the most handsome of the Harris brothers. Is that a? Is that a big ball and chain that Brian has to drag through life knowing that? The reality is he's he'll always be the number. Two most handsome cosmetic Dennis in the world. Yes, Howard, of course, it is I'm sure something. He's carried through his whole entire life. So at least Brian now I mean I. Guess the One thing that probably broke him out of that is he does have like celebrity status now I mean Eric doesn't have half a million followers on Instagram, so so he has that going for him, but yeah, I'm sure. At of all the Harris brothers I can't say enough for all of them. But Eric was the only one that got me to the top it killer of Kilimanjaro. All the way to Africa and the tallest mountain in the United, states is they're all fourteen thousand one down here in the rockies and I was totally fine, until about eighteen I had one thousand ago and I turn around. I looked at Eric and I said Dude I can't do this and he does. His whole personality changed, Says No. You're not coming all the way to Africa to stop it thousand feet. The answer's no any turned into this five star general marine screw I mean he literally had to scream at me I think the last hundred feet I might've even punched I remember so much. Much in frozen, but God goddamn. I Love Eric so much because I swear to God when someone says, did you make it all the way to the top? Because only a third of the people that go to Kelly only third, make it so how old fat I am I'm still there still people, a third or older and fatter, but my gosh. She was just a just thought. That was the most fun ten days. I think I've ever had in my life. And then we come down and went to the getty and we went to all around, but man. It was four dentist and. Two, from at still mean a guy from Seattle Ford on his plane around Africa for two weeks. I don't think you could ever have that much fun in your life, but hey, thank you so much. For coming on the show, the fastest our ever and. I just. Gosh you guys always entrepreneurs always innovating always fearless, but always good people trying to do what's right and at the end of the day mine O'Brien has one eye is patient and You Know One eye on entrepreneur technology, but at the end of the day he always wants to be. Treated other people like you WANNA. Be Treated everyone at the Harris brothers. That's their whole constitution, so the facts and the same goes to you just good people doing good things dentistry and it was just honored to have you come on the show and I emailed it link. It'd be great. When dental town answer those questions and you got more content than anybody on earth I'm give these dentists some C e because they're down. A lot of markdown tired depressed, scared, financially upset, and you would bring them home and opportunity, and give them something to hope for to see light at. It's on all. Have a rock and good day. Banks Howard it's been a pleasure. Protect yourself with loop face shields and wrap around Oakley loops using the same frames as the US military visit surgical dot com to order now that surgical telescopes abbreviated surge I tell dot com.

Scott Brian Brian Harris Instagram Pandemic Joe Harris Joe Brian Howard Dennis Brian Smile Arizona Phoenix Brian I. Jen Brian Scott marketing director facebook US CEO and Co
OBI Listener Questions: Wester(man)ly winds, receiver battles and trade options

Cincy Jungle

40:13 min | 2 years ago

OBI Listener Questions: Wester(man)ly winds, receiver battles and trade options

"Hey, everyone. It's the listener question episode of the orange and black insider Bengals podcasts were starting to make these a little bit more frequent and a little bit more part of our regular rotation. I'm happy to be with you. I'm Anthony Costanza with Yorkshire black insider Bengals podcast. My co host, John barren is also here. John, I know you've been doing a you've been experiencing a little bit of troubles. I should say troubles annoyances it sounded like earlier since we last spoke. So I hope you're doing okay. I hope you're getting through the rest of the weekend. I'm sure you're looking forward to the weekend. Correct. Because I will problems can be solved by drink in my hand. Yeah. You are you're the drink in your hand portion is something that you are ahead of me on because you're three hours ahead. So I got I got a little bit longer to go on that front, but I've o'clock somewhere. That I right. That's right. I'm I'm very close to adopting that mantra right now. But let's, let's get through these questions. I for those who are just joining us, maybe for the first time or maybe you're nudist jungle, or anything like that you can leave your questions. If you're joining us air in the common thread it since he jungled dot com. You can leave them in the live YouTube chat in that we have going for this video stream, you can also hit us via call or text nine four nine five four to six two four one are our Twitter line at Bengals OB is open. If you wanna try and shoot a question there, and we'll try and get to as many as we can as we is because this show here, but let's we've already had a couple sent our way. Let's, let's start with an Email that we got from Thomas. He, he writes, I thank you for the job you do with the site in the podcast. Thank you Thomas pre sheets. You. You listening reading the, the site and of course, Jon where would this listener question segment be without the question, sort of revolving around the Joan Williams injury? So Thomas writes, the Redskins have a disgruntled let starting left tackle, Trent Williams if the Bengals think they could make some real noise this year. Could you see them making a move to get him, of course, Williams wants a new contract, and with green avoids extensions needing to get done? Things could be tricky with him being one of the best league. He's going to commit command. Some serious cash as well. So I don't think there's been much movement on the Trent Williams factor with the Redskins and they may be in a state of transition themselves given their, their quarterback situation is very fluid at the moment. So obviously try really good play right? Like, yeah. I there's no doubt that Washington once if they're going to rule out doing. Haskins near one is no doubt that they won there. And from what we heard, it's that, you know, wimps doesn't like how the medical staff handled his injury, just all of the things that go along with being disgruntled with the Washington Redskins organization which he's not the first person who is delve. Injury has said said these things about on. But I don't do the Bengals doing that at all. It's very rather. They deal takes your players if do. So it's usually you know, a player that is really the tail end of their career or can be had for cheaper priced, obviously even before Williams gets contract since he's still Headley gets the cab of a moment's in pay as one of the best tackles in the league deservedly so easily the best left tags league. He's healthy should they do it. I definitely they should conserve because if even beyond like, you know he's gonna want an extension like the Bengals the problems at off to tackle arsov with just John Williams right now because is. Necessarily long-term sluiced tackling Bobby heart should be considered any type of short or long term solution at also, if you, if you have at least a feature with Trump links tackles journalists another tackles Ed makes going from liability to a complete acid in one of the best tackle duels, in the league, if Louis becomes tackle that one too. So the, the obvious you is what competition give up for him. And what events you pay him to keep him on term in that something that definitely would deter them from doing something like this for one year rental? I don't see them offering anything more than like fifth round pick. And I think gonna take a little bit more than the fifth round pick right now to acquire maybe further in the off seasons begins preseason wonder will weren't desperate. Maybe the Price Little more reasonable. But right now, I don't see them doing anything remotely close to that. I think that's definitely for something for tenants allow more aggressive in their nature. Right. In my thing is this. I mean this there is it's a realistic scenario that is brought up to us by Thomas, but there is a little bit of. Element of maybe being a bit of Madden franchise mode, with, with a move like this. But. I look the Bengals have been telling us all off season that. They think that their close. They think that the coaching changes and increased health. And then this new rookie class, they think all of those factors coming in here are going to make this team competitive allot of the players in the building, currently or saying that they think they're gonna make the playoffs this year. If you really think so, you think you're close, why not make a move like this. I mean you have the cap space in, in granted you may not have the cap space for boy, green and Trent Williams. If you're gonna do Trent Williams long-term, but you have the cap space your recent draft classes, have not been that great. So you haven't been really maximizing your draft capital that you've had especially at the top of the draft because of injuries misses all that kind of stuff why not? I mean if you really do think you're, you're that close, and you really are serious about winning the Joan Williams loss is a big blow. And that's your starting left tackle, one of the most important positions on football team. If you can. Get another guy that's starting caliber guy do it, and they have the capital, they have the resources. They have the cap space to do a lot of things still get creative and extend a lot of these guys. I don't see. Why wouldn't do it other than the fact that you don't want to spend the money you don't wanna spend the draft capital in that's, that's usually what it comes down to for the Bengals to see that happening. No, the only the only way I could see Trent Williams thing happening in Cincinnati trade or anything like that is if you know, the red scare he did that relationship between he and the Redskins gets worse and worse. And then it then it becomes kind of bargain bin time for teams out there in the Bengals may come knocking there, but I mean, it, it makes a lot of sense. I just don't see it happening. I'm sure you agree with that, too. John. Right. Just record. It comes down to like, all three or just keeping the receivers. Nilsson's with blunt, triples, Bruce here. But I think might be in that camp because trillions again, top-five tack and a cost differences will be about the same depending on which receiver that Oba I think I would probably lean towards adding Williams, taking one of the receivers than just keeping both receivers. But again, I don't think that's going to happen in a we'll know the launch impacts of looms indirect moments. So all that situation is very, very cloudy right now, in the last thing, the Bengals will do is enter cloudy injury tackle situation, on their hands after what happened with John lanes cleared you there. Yeah. An and if we know anything about Mike Brown he likes to pay those receivers done it a lot in the past yet and you know he likes the skill position guys. Not, not so much pain. I mean he's paid tackles in, in the past very well, also. But you know, he likes paying those receivers let's move on. Good question. Thanks for the compliment. Thomas hit us up again. Sometime soon. This was an interesting one and. I unfortunately it, it is a little negative, but I think it's kind of a funny, one it say, oh boy, the life of a Bengal fan type of question, and it was a tweet from Bryan Stott who Brian Scott. I thought it was pretty funny. The Brian Scott's avatars, Michael Stott of the office. So I don't know if he's trying to say related to Michael, or whatever, and Michael, Scott made a an appearance on our last episode of the podcast. So hope you enjoyed his little soundbite that he provided us. But name a moment that made you question, your bangel fandom, and then Brian says for me it's passing on Stephen Jackson. Marvin's return in twenty twenty eleven losing TJ gates. I think that one was twenty twelve right. The chargers lost the fumble. I'm assuming he's, he's saying hill, a Jimmy hill fumble marvins, return twenty sixteen and low balling wit those are some of the ones there, your, your thoughts, or indoor, if you have someone or some thing that sticks out Rigo, that, that when really. Stuck with me emission to Martin returns in the one for me personally was the one that he didn't mention. Twenty seventeen when he was brought back for to your extension after going seven nine like I was just literally on the verge this team doesn't care. And I've said that a lot in the past like before them. But at that point, I just realized Mike Brown just does not care. He's gonna do whatever's easiest ram is gonna do whatever gets the minimum amount of acceptable profits going into his pocket Attilio, former Lewis after at the time going like thirteen. Whatever like a ten games under five hundred in, in two years going nowhere franchises, complete state of staleness, same incompetence problems in both raging draft on the field were happy all the time to your accent. For more loose to me is just basically led. They don't care. And I know that twenty off season they, they put the Sada be more Greg, and everything. But at the end of the day, basically ended the same as also at going into this only nineteen off season there rumblings about again Marvin contemplating quitting in just moving on by himself. Unlike refuse to believe in to us based off a twenty seventeen for like a couple days following the tier extension ounce now seriously, contemplate, like doing what right for since joining more, because I can't for since jungle, if not a Bengals STAN in all just seriously considering Pagnin just being like a general fan. But like that was definitely the artistry think. Yeah. I've fortunately and unfortunately, followed this team little longer than you, John just because I'm older. Definitely not wiser, but I'm older. And there are two that really stick out to me and stick out for a variety of reasons. Not necessarily, you know the, the stick up for a variety of reasons. The first one is the Palmer injury. No five in the wildcard game. You know, luckily, the Bengals had a modicum of success after that, both with Palmer and without, but, you know, there is there was this big build up for a couple of years oath redrafted him. But he saddle your and the Bengals almost made the playoffs at your four. They were kind of competitive he started. They're pretty competitive. He started most of the year, then he got hurt at the end of his first season, you know. No. And then they just they went eight didn't really do much there. And then, of course, two thousand five that's when everybody kind of felt like this was the year. They're gonna do it. They're gonna go far I think most people felt that that team was the team that was going to potentially go to or win the Super Bowl that year with, with a full team healthy. And of course, you know, the whole thing we know the story by now, but I pass he completes a sixty six yard bomb to Chris Henry. And it all just kind of Chris Henry gets hurt on the play. Our Palmer gets on the play really. His career was never really the same after that. I mean he still had a couple of good statistical seasons but never truly the same after that. And then, you know, you kind of try and put things together from there and then really the twenty fifteen wildcard game. And I say that because. Was the the roller coaster of emotions that that took place in that game ended in really such a short period of time. And the fact that the Bengals just the bangles or the football, gods or Mike Brown or whoever you wanna blame. Something with this team knows how to really pull the rug out from under you in such a way that is just so painful. And really, I remember the reactions of myself my brother and people who were watching that game. And I, I kind of said, yeah, this is pretty unhealthy. You know, the anger, the it's just, you know, in, it's something completely out of your control. So those are those are times where you kinda went, yeah. The an in such a heart wrenching way. It's not just you lose you get blown out. It's just these ways where you go while we just, you know, we can't have nice things and you know you kind of I dunno. You kinda kinda makes you question things. And those are those are the really stick out in my mind. There are plenty of others that I'm sure others can point to, but two thousand five wildcard in twenty fifth. Ironically, ten years later the twenty fifth and against the same team. You know the twenty fifteen wildcard name. Those are two really stick out to me, as, as questionable moments of, of fandom here. This is the orange black insider, bangles podcast. He's John, Aaron Anthony Kazan's were doing some listener questions here. We've already got a few. You can try and get yours. To us in the live YouTube chat, that's going on right now with video feed will be here for about another ten or fifteen minutes. I think in, then we, we also have a, a live comments on since he jungle dot com. So leave him there. You can also call or text us nine four nine five four to six two four one. If you are so inclined if you're new to the show or if you're a regular can't join us live. You can always get this show on eighteen on Stitcher on Spotify on Google play, you can mention get our subscribe to our YouTube channel. We're also on the megaphone platform. We may be switching that platform coming up here. So if in when we do, I will let you know, but for now keep it to megaphone, if that's your preferred choice, and you can get the program. Also all of our stuff is on cincy, jungled dot com. So get that they're this episode is brought to you by Cox. With contra TV from Cox. You can find all your favorites. All in one place, the YouTube you bet at what about that. Netflix thing Netflix, too. And although superhero movies to her has all the latest titles on demand. All my grandkids love. Big green guy. I prefer the one with the hammer myself. Okay. I think we're done here now. Get all your favorite apps shows and movies right on contour TV from Cox. Hey, I'm Spencer hall. I'm Holly Anderson. I'm Ryan nanny. I'm Jason Kirk. And we're the host of the shutdown forecast. Avengers of college football podcast. It says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is already split every Tuesday. We talk about everything from cooking. Disasters to pro wrestling, too unfashionable pants Warren, middle school. We also do talk about college football every now and then, like mascot fights announcers, fleeing the early and unfashionable pants that coaches where now if you want to take college football, exactly. Seriously as it should be taken subscribe for free on apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast app. We did get a question in the comments thread, John, from Jordan ritzy nineteen says, I guess I can ask a question for once or we're talking a little bit. Joan Williams here of Clint bowling is done. And after the Joan Williams injury western has been the starter at left guard bangles dot com. How do you feel he will fare while he's done? Well, in limited snaps they were so limited. And there's got to be a reasons been a backup since drafted in regards to the tackle situation. Who do you think the backups there at the moment? If Glenn or harp get hurt is at Sutherland Dugas, Jordan. If you don't mind, there's a couple of questions in there. I will briefly talk about the western thing, and I'll let you talk about the tackles because you put up a really, really good post on cincy, junk dot com talking about the tackle situation, just kind of for time sake, and everything. But good questions from Jordan. We don't know about Clinton bowling being done. We've heard some rumblings that I think it was via job good. Very a source he had saying that he they say Clint bowling is done certainly hasn't. You know been a good omen that he hasn't practiced at all this, this off season under the new regime, and then the fact that it is new regime. They brought in so many new offense lineman. That's not a great sign for him. But I still maintain that he is one of if not now their best offense lineman when healthy very versatile and just a solid offense of wineman, we've talked about western. Before. So I won't go into too much detail, but I will say this western has been the rumor is that westerman has a poor ability to grasp plays poor of not a good chalkboard player, quote unquote. If you wanna use that phrase, in that my opinion is, you know, there was talk when he was drafted that he was a second or third round talent in the Bengals got him in the fifth round, my opinion, and I have not heard this specifically, but my opinion is that you probably didn't do well in interviews, pre-draft interviews on the plate playbook front on the grasping of plays in concepts. We've heard from sources that basically he his known he has been known to basically missing a sign -ment in practices about fifty percent of the time if not more, and that's why Martin Lewis got frustrated with him. And he was so far down in the depth chart, but like Jordan says. He plays there. Yeah. He's play. He's a gamer right? I mean yeah. He's kind of one of those guys when he gets the game snaps. He does. Okay he plays. Well, so, you know, I I'm okay with him at left guard, especially given the situation, given the Bengals have he's probably the slight better option than John Jerry at this moment in time. But, you know, small sample sizes can trick. You sometimes most ample sizes. Tell you nothing. Sometimes they tell you a lot, and you don't know into a larger sample size. So he still a question Mark. But I think there is talent there. I think it's, it's, it's more mental than physical. And, you know, at some point, you may just wanna throw him to the fire and see what you got to see if he is a long term solution for this team. But that's that on the interior linemen, John, if you wanna. To add to that. Please do, but I definitely wanted to definitely wanted to have you. Chime in on the tackle situ situation since you wrote, a very nice piece on since jungle about that recently. I just wanna say this of Westman back when I back in two sixteen it was Western's first off season. Training camp posted the video like just about a practice rep there and his dad fold me on Twitter. He was like my hundred thirtieth follower at just things really funny. How I haven't seen westerns dad on Twitter at all? But I see Alex rims stepped out on Twitter like a lot just defending him. I feel I feel like if Christian westerns like dad defend him as much as did. He began some actual playing time. But that's beside the point for the tackle situation. I think on Bengals dot com reported that tree hopping was taking back reps at right tackle, which is kind of is interesting because he's played there before in the preseason. So I think he's going to be even more important this year than in years, past more than just a backup on the interior. He might just be the swing tag. We might just be a backup, it all five spots, which definitely means that, you know, his importance is definitely valued for his third or fourth oftens line coach. He's had now in four or five years, and the other I mean, they're going to have three true tackles occas hopping still this garter center on the website so that they'll probably come down to just Nevins the guy the design from Arizona. He just has one year experience can Perkins still the team. He's bigly player. He's been with the team twenty seventeen in your right? Settling in Dugas who, who have tackle size, maybe more you best utilize inside. So at the end of the day, you have like ten guys can best play a guard, but only a couple of guys that claimed tackled. They're going to have a third tackle. I don't know if he's on the roster right now but if he is very good back option at the moment. So I if I'd place bent on one I would go with perkins's because he's the teen longer, but I think that there's nothing really that separates him between Evans Il just come down to does better in camp in preseason. Good question there from Jordan, definitely area of concern tackle that is for the Bengals now. The Joan Williams was heard in the Bengals didn't double dip at the position the draft and nor do they do much in free agency at position. So definitely something to monitor their. Let's, let's go to the live YouTube chat, looking at his linebacker question 'cause I'm looking at which one that question there are on pig Germain Pratt from Dave Lennox. Okay. Go for all right? So Dave says with all the project hype about Devon white denim Bush in the real drop off in talent in the next linebackers. Why should we believe in Pratt? That's a good question because there was talk early on in the draft process house, like a two horse race about who's the best linebacking really the hype for Bush really started around just before the combine. It was Jeff Hobson, who mock Bush to the Bengals I was like, what the hell does like early segment, picket best, and then Bush blue everybody way, the combine and then basically came to horse race again to kinda similar to last year. Roquan Smith in lane Vander action. I don't remember exactly who the next linebacker was taking. But there's a few between a think it was there's a few between Bush, and then eventua-. Practice taking third round. But all in all, you know, pres- not that for off, as an athlete from either a Bush or produce not s Lexa boys, not as explosive as tune. This testing numbers approved it. But in terms of just, you know, second level speed, which is definitely what the Bengals have been lacking. They get everything in that imprint that they would have gotten Bush, and in endeavour, white, as well who just had no chance of driving to the Bengals eleventh of rawal in terms of production. They both they're all three of them were similar in terms of, of sold. Marketshare Pratt has the experience of coverage flares of former safety. So we has that angle on it as well. Look at PF metrics, proud was more highly grade as run-defender than guy like Devon white who had some problems taking on blocks. Obviously, you know, the SEC ACC comparison competition could have been something with that. But I think Pratt was one of the guys that could have very well been drafted before the third round. But just the lack of starting experiences will kind of dropped into where he was now. So he'll get just a very good athlete. Very good tackling run defense. A guy who has at least. Silence. Covered instincts guy who can't develop into three down player. I think you can have more confidence in Germain prac- going into your one than you could with a guy like me, Jefferson is a little bit more Raleigh more younger than what practice practice like fifth year senior who played the senior bowl Jefferson was like third year true junior going into the draft. So I think there was a drop off, but it wasn't as big as maybe big draft media was trying to try to make it as especially with in the state of the linebackers. What they have their Pradesh has a chance to make to make his name for himself in really all just depends on how wealthy jails with, with this new defense. Yeah. We have to remember too, that, that position is. It's a really polarize at a really polarizing time in the NFL. Right. I mean yet, you either have your absolute studs, or you have kinda serviceable guys that are solid to down maybe three down type of guys, I think the Bengals think the Pratt can be three down type of guy because he showed it the ability to rush the quarterback in college, he's showed a knack to get behind the line of scrimmage. He's a very sound tackler. He's played. He's got decent speed. Not outstanding, but decent speed at least in terms of forty are death. She's in comparison to the other Devon's there. But I don't I don't think he's the athlete those two are I don't think he is a three down type of linebacker, but I think he could be a solid to down linebacker. And what he does is he helps areas that have really hurt the Bengals in the past tackling in the past couple of years has been awful at that position. That's why they also kept Preston Brown. They signed. A to contract, so far because he is known as a sound tackler tackling in general for this team has been awful the past two three years at that position. And I think that Pratt brings a sense of stability. So it helps them. Get off the field. Get their defense off the field potentially by you know first contact make the tackle the ball carrier down instead of, you know, guy breaks to three tackles and a two yard play becomes a seven yard play. So I think in that respect, you, gotta you gotta like what Pratt brings to the table. And and you know I don't think he's ever going to be Pro Bowl player. I think if he's healthy again, we say, if he's healthy if he's healthy. But I think if he's healthy he's going to be a pretty decent player for the Bengals for handful of years, if not many years seems to be a really heavy guy to pretty mature. So I think that was one of the things that drew drew him to Zack Taylor vice versa Giuseppe Taylor to him because. Because, you know, there was an emphasis of character and all that stuff. But good, good question there from Dave, we also got one I don't I don't know. I don't know what exactly this, this question is going to from Giovanni lane. What about Stanley Morgan out in Tate? I assume that means that's alive, you to jab, by the way, I assume that means the competition there, because that's probably. That's probably going to be the battle for the final spot. I would think or one of if it does come down to that, because you got the, the big three you got Boyd. You've got Rossi got green. You gotta figure. They really like, Eriksson. And then you've got Cody core. You've got Josh Malone got out and Tate, and you've got Stanley Morgan. You are high on Stanley Morgan. I will say this before I let you take the floor on this one, John. What's interesting is we've mentioned this before another show. But Tate Malone been core are all height weight. Speed guys core was really valued for a special teams versatility inability there. That's something Marvin Lewis really liked Marvin Lewis has gone, but his special teams coach remains whereas though there's kind of a lot of moving parts here. It's kind of pick your poison but I think just for the sake of this question. If you're going Tate versus Morgan for a final spot. What do you do there? Yeah. Like mine is one that both. Because I think Cody core is like the opposite of western he might be mazing practice, but as a special teamer heats is not very good. If you actually watch hell uses Gunnar, Halle themes, I've seen more mistakes from coding core than most. Other special teams on the bang on a know what the deals with him on the why Simmons likes and so much, but is fascinating tall. But he hasn't develop into receiver in isn't developed into a solid. Team. So just don't know what the point of keeping him is all taking to exactly what court doesn't special teams. He's not as fast. But, you know, I think there was some comments about Simmons about saying, not every good special teamer has to four five guy thinks overdrawing like four seven, he's highly regarded in that specialty injury, as a contributor there like both Tate in Morgan. I believe have Kabila between much better. Receivers thin coating corking ever be. I think Morgan's literacy right now than Cody Gore's, ever been gonna remember more than what is the breast is no more receiver. He was the first thousand receiver in school history colours like the second third fiddle on this team. And again, he he only got drafted because of those athlete dimensions in that speed in that special teams capability that hasn't translated anything yet. So yes Darren SIMS is still here. But I do think that tales emphasis on going through three receivers almost exclusively depositions going to important in having guys who can come in and play potentially significant snaps as receivers going to be important in. Yes, it wasn't receiver drafted. Salem Oregon, actually address it, though. I've never been tremendously high on tape. But I think his, you know what he can give what is output can be as a receivers specifically in the red zone and what the talented stealing is, I would like to take both had to choose one would probably take Morgan, just because like him more as a complete receiver, but it might penny you might as well just keep both in role with impotently lose. What could be a good sales team included Corp, but he isn't by Nali probably won't be in just no point just holding onto something that just isn't it? Yeah. And I wanna say this. This. This may come down. Also to the combination of, of health. Both current like present and past issues there as well as positional flexibility. Maybe Taylor looks at a guy like out like out in Tate as a, you know, we joked about this. When out Tate was starting to get some hype last year, but maybe a tinker with the idea that he is a flex tight end type of player a simple red zone threat in with the rehab of Tyler, I for the rehab of Mason Shrek these pass catching tight ends. Maybe they have him as kind of that split tight tight end type of player like an I for maybe that's how they use a guy like that he does not have downfield speed. That's not out in Tate's game it. He has a great catching radiate radius. He has good hands and he's got a meant size. So he's almost a tight end type of. You don't wanna get them doing things that they're not used to. But maybe that's a niche where you can find him, especially if health issues continue to hit the Bengals in the tight end area receiver, you know. At the end of the year. The Bengals didn't have we know the issues with Ross in his first two seasons with injuries. They didn't have green and void at the end of the year last year. They need guys at this position. They need talented guys, you know, you don't necessarily need it. Seven deep. But you gotta be able if, if green, who is getting on the downside of his career ends up getting hurt again. God forbid if Boyd ends up getting hurt again. God forbid, I mean you gotta have guys that can step up that you can rely on if Ross doesn't make that year three leap that we all think in hope that he can. I don't know. That's something that, you know, you need to think about let's, let's get outta here on a more positive note. And I guess it's, it's an ego stroke to us here, John, but it's a comment Indy live in the comment thread of on cincy, jungle dot com last podcast someone asked, if there's a silver lining to. Williams injury. The correct answer was a better draft pick. Love the show been through a lot of rations. With Super League mincer Dairy Queen Scott, you guys are the best. Keep up the good work. That's a very kind kind statement from Keith there. I will say this Scott, we'll be back I think with the program on a limited basis, he's probably gonna help us out with some fantasy football episodes. So we kind of round out our catalog a bit. We John and I kind of do this show, and we do our main show as well, and then a John may participate as well in the fantasy football show. But I think since that was one of the major areas Scott was bringing to the program in. Unfortunately, just time constraints doesn't allow him to be regular co host. But I have spoken with him. And I think through summer, we may start bringing him back for some fantasy football stuff. So dairy Dairy Queen Scott may be may become back and where we're looking forward to that. But we appreciate the compliment and listenership. This is. The orange black insider Bengals podcast. He's John barren is mentioned Anthony Zaza. You can get the show on tunes on Stitcher on Spotify on Google play. You can get it on megaphone. You can get it on YouTube, and since jungled com. Thanks for all the questions this week. We've got a couple of a couple more that came our way. But unfortunately, we're just going to long hair. So I think we're going to cut it off here for some of these questions that we did not happen to get to. We will try and get to those on our mailbag feature that we do on since junk dot com. So keep it there. We just wanna thank you for your listenership and a lot of dedicated listeners to this program is very flattering and for those who do not know my esteemed co host was recently tabbed as one of the best Bengals follow follows or best leg. It's not getting that I'm gonna get upset about it. Let's not ignore it. Only only six we're gonna make six how they're five better than me. I as for the guy I didn't even I didn't even I didn't even make it, my friend. You've you've far you'd be my number two. I would be one you'd be too easily, though. I appreciate that. You're saying that right in front of sort of here. So, but it's no, I it was is what we are having some fun with visit good list, and obviously well deserve. You are one of the best bangles guys out there with cool about, you know this platform. And the cincy jungle platform is a give. You know, a lot of a lot of up and coming people, a lot of people who have been doing it for a while. And a lot of quality, people, it gives them a platform to, to showcase what they do in. What's kinda cool is I feel like since jungle, and since juggle in particular the people that we employ, we bring different strengths that I feel play play off each other pretty nicely. You know, we've got kind of the media side with myself, and you, you also do a lot of film review and opinion, writing idea, opinion writing, you know, we've got the breaking news guys that are just on top of all of the, the news, everything, you know, you've got guys like Matt, Minhaj and others who Patrick Judas, others, that, that also have different videos, breakdowns analysis. So I think we bring a lot of different things that, you know, other sites, maybe don't provide. And I think it's a good conglomeration. I was I was joking around, but it is a well deserve. Little nomination to my to my co host in terms of they bangles follow. And if you're not following him for some reason, at John underscore underscore, Sheeran, do selling Twitter, also, give give our Twitter account, follow at angles OB I where we're almost at a thousand followers, which is kinda cool. We've got many, many more subscribers on our YouTube channel, I think on our podcast, then that, so we appreciate that. But give us a follow. If you're on Twitter and you wanna check out what's going on with the program. Anything else that I missed this week, John? Yes, I think at the moment, US women's team is about to be France in France. Move onto the semi finals. I only care about the women's World Cup because is a lot better than the men's will cover the US. So go ladies. Yeah. Yeah. They, they are Rockstars chicks. They while they're very good at what they do. So. Yeah, very cool. Thanks for joining us on this Friday afternoon. Thanks for your questions. Thank you, John for joining and taking the time out, we will see you next week on a regular show for John cheering. Anthony presented this has been another episode of the black. We'll see you next time. This week on switched on pop. There's a new version of Aladdin inferiors and people are not having it. They are upset about the new live action version of prince Ali asong by Will Smith. But maybe not for the reasons you'd expect Charlie, I break down the musical differences between the nineteen Ninety-two original and this new live action version to understand why whether you know it or not everyone is a music theorist. I'm used a Nate Sloan subscribe to switch on pop wherever you get your podcasts. And we'll see you every Tuesday.

Bengals John YouTube Joan Williams Twitter Trent Williams Thomas football Mike Brown Germain Pratt Brian Scott John barren Cincinnati Tate Malone Redskins Marvin Lewis Cox Palmer Washington
How I worked through the Pandemic 2020 w/Arn Terry

The Authority Project

41:17 min | 6 months ago

How I worked through the Pandemic 2020 w/Arn Terry

"All right, we are live. Now. This is our little playful banter before the intro. Hey, we have a good friend aren't area here and he's going to show us. He says how he worked through the pandemic of found twenty right now is crazy as opposed to 2008, which was I guess also crazy but but he's going to show us how weak how he did a differently this time and how you can do do exact same ways that correct sir indeed it is I'm here to say your list. Let's have some fun. I love it. All right. Well, we'll see we shall see in this episode of Route 30 project. All right, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls Feast your eyes and tune your ears. It's that time again bring our live with another episode of The Authority project. It's the video podcast streamed on Facebook YouTube Twitter and Periscope where we talk to digital marketers business coaches and create. Peter's of all kinds on how they built Authority in their field and how you can mimic their success developing Authority building your audience and attracting better clients to your own business. Now without further Ado. Let's bring to the virtual stage your host Brian s Arnold we are back when you know, the Tempest owed the authorities project. I am trying to start off. I am on the virtual stage my new girlfriend here aren't Terry. She's from the UK and we're doing big things globally, of course always always and we are excited to have him on here. She is going to show us how he worked out the pandemic of twenty-twenty how he did it and did a differently than 2008. Is that correct, sir? I think we have we might have met have you a little pause here to see if we are here over here over here. This is this is live this how this works is a little stuck. Let's talk but he is here. He was here a second ago. Well, this is how we lost my okay. Are you here. See? This is how Wi-Fi comes and goes and we can come out and come back in. Possibly. Hope you can hear me. All right here. I'm getting this doesn't normally happen for us. But I'm here I have okay, can you hear me? I can hear you I can hear you know, I'm so sorry. So so okay. I am back. I am box technical difficulties across the. Apologies from Manchester. I don't think I am I am back. I'm ready to attack. I didn't leave I didn't run off you you didn't tell me away. No worries. This is how we do it. We live reliable. It happens, you know, the you know, we're hoping and praying for some people don't want wanted to come but I do want 5G to come in in full force sooner rather than later, please by the way, I want it now. So anyways, we're here. We are here at the authority projects and we have voluntary here. And before we dive into everything, please tell us tell the orders right now. Who you are personally and then professionally, yeah, personally. I'm a my name is Terry. I am a father of three children and gave your daughter ten year old soul. Nearly ten years going to say 7/2 year old daughter as well married thirteen years living in Manchester UK. I am just as a, South that friendly name of social media game and you know firms the past twenty years of my life. I've been working from sales and marketing and just making the best I can do to me myself and my family well awesome. I love it. I love her. So let's let's just dive in tell us real quick about your journey. When where did you where did you stop in this sort of interests of social media and everything else that you're that you're doing, right? Yeah. First of all, I'm going to segue slightly. Okay. I love your name, by the way, I am. So the first name is actually Arnold. There's actually reason why I changed it on Terry because we suffer the same thing two first names to surnames down here. We have I have three surnames. Actually I have a middle name is Scott. So so I have Brian Scott Arnold. Yeah, exactly. So yeah, so people like you are you're Brian Wright say main people call me Terry Alano Sherry Arnold out sort of going to get me to the home. So I'll tell you so hopefully both more people know that Terry is the last day. So anyway the brakes right? Right and that's before we go to that question among media. Actually. First of all, before we do that before we actually met your journey channels right now, we're project you're currently working on right now, and I'm looking at multiple, but the main one is fog. And how to turn a passion or how to turn a hobby into profit. So that's that's my main project where people no no experience home. I'm I think in my job, maybe go in or don't know where I'm going to be in 2020 what I'm going to be in the next couple of months I enjoy this but how do I make money from this? And so that's where I come in is like, okay. If you've got a passion if you got a hobby you can turn it into profit but the main thing is like I always say make sure you have fun along the way west. And so that that's what made that's the main project at the moment. I've got I'm in the lab as well working on some other stuff some some mindset costs as well. But the main thing is obviously people want to start raising their social media presents to to earn money or you know, whatever that may be so that that's the main focus Gotham. Okay, great. So let's let's talk about your journey now off. I just arranged you start. What did you get that that that bug for entrepreneurism and in social media and everything else that you're involved in? Okay, but this I'll condense is what percent so without that question was thinking about that question. It takes me right back. It says about to nineteen ninety-two ninety-three in Manchester still in Manchester. I was doing brunch s u k I'm in school my typical situation with friends are got bad friends and you look up bad cold than you do a lot better this better. You know, you're you're all the killings and have them and they shoes on a nice cold. Whatever. I'm not a pity party kind of like a person who looks for Solutions on the solutions guy and this from Asia like thirteen and younger. So what I did back then was I made a great arrangement with my mom and I started selling sandwiches. So so as a thirteen-year-old I saw a gap in the market people, you know, that their parents want to bring it in cuz lunch as follows for him or They had a lot of demo on a lot of friends had normally so they had a lot of dinner money and rather than waste their money on expensive School dinners to buy my sandwiches themselves for themselves and they said they would say it was well, so I was making about them being the pound sterling because I'm in the UK. So I was making between 5 to 12 pounds a week. So I was selling sandwiches day-in-day-out day in day out until I got arrival and then that person on the coordinate with with his sandwiches, but he was in a cheaper place and Boston has left and went to this guy by state trooper and I've kept you know masks and my sandwiches guys. I've got about sandwiches to three weeks later. They all dropped him and came back to me the wrong with it came back to me was my son was in were better to a better quality cuz I shot in a better quality place of product and it's great and they said less and less wage. Business, you know, you know, this means a thirteen-year-old. What I learned was you are no matter if your products is better people on the court you for the people that undercut you if their product isn't as good as the best in yours the people leave and come back and that's exactly what happened to their left and came back to me. Not only that and more customers and guess what? I did a, crisis of Faith awesome. I love it. Exactly so that that was me as a fifteen-year-old and then fast-forward wage it's now and that's that's where it started and then you know life happens things happen, you know Max and then people push you into a job. So I think the corporate things with it, but keep this condensed as possible and I you need to keep me on the right track because I do like this you can keep it even a condensed and go back to your question was dead. I did recently is a quit my six-figure package job. And so I you know for the past for the last fifteen years, I was working like, you know, you're getting off the hook is it wasn't me? So I I settled my own cuz I'm a recruiter by fifteen years. So I'm I'm ahead International headquarters office. So why I find a high high high profile High salaries or high associate contractors and obviously place them as a thing. So what I did two years ago was I quit my job. I started Mail International headphones in company recruitment company, but that wasn't the main reason we're quit game. A reason was a lot to have another science also, which was social media and always had this thing about social media and looking at these people and you know, how they make money online how they, you know, grow a following wage. I never knew how to do it. So the only way I believe that could do that was to work for myself because once you go Non-Stop and you can little journey by learning the Masters sofa near you got to be available drop of a hat because I was already remember one was last to go to seminars and meet people. Yeah, So so fat legs, I would I was going to 7 and I was meeting people Mastermind group coach still being told still mental. So I was building my mental muscle behind the scenes and working for a company called because it's I had the team as well, so I wasn't I wasn't just working as a consultant wage. The profit-and-loss. I was hired and fired as a coach was a mentor and so had all these other responsibilities and people are responsible for so, how could I build up my social media presence of what to do if a delight responsibilities sometimes ago so so I focused on building my reproving friends and also building up my social media in the background and then going back to your question on what am I doing differently 2020 vs 2008 cuz I was working on a 2008 and their credit cards and financial crash, which was horrendous. And and only the only thing that they differently and again we woke up with him go back down memory lane was I had my social media business around me to help with to help with obviously bringing money in bringing in Revenue wage. And also getting the presents out there as well. So what happened to me when show has happened to millions and millions of others and everyone listening to this to this place is now is my recruitment business. It kind of Hit the UK. It's slightly late. So in terms of the block down, so I think it was the end of March band straightaway. You came down at this time. I had six seven different candidates waiting to get excitement that their job offers and I deal with trying to celebrate individuals. So if you extrapolate that by the fees that was charging it was quite a few pennies that I missed out on so yeah, my business just went dead. Yeah. Yeah and the great the great thing is is if you've got a your multiple streams of income or if you've got a hub Trust you that you can turn up if it very quickly then you can start at least build some momentum to start getting money. And so why did you know back in 2019? It was more just about a cold cement some people for free and talking to them until I started to build up build a present better. And then when when this when this here a little doing it, in fact, I was doing it back saying I wasn't I wouldn't go live with it because I have a business plan already download you do, you know you you've got your business by this is what I'm going to do. So like is it a 1020 is my year? So twenty with it and when they go into real estate and with a buy my first property, so I put I put the election put the offer down. He got accepted not resolved going through. Okay, and obviously the laws are slightly guess a lot of different UK and us and then the scene is as told it hit a pulled out straight away. And then cuz I was going to do my social medias and professional Consultants had a bit further down or bottom a few properties first. And so what I did I just had to switch around so I you know, I need the money coming in now. So I just jumped onto the Salted looking up. I've got International clients. So rather talk to them about recruitment. I was talking to them about building a major presence. Do you have a YouTube channel, you know, you can create an old get more customers or more people looking at your brand your company by doing YouTube channel. This is how you do it. Have you got blog number? We got to plug this what you need to do to create your blog and then let's just died coaching and helping people that way so I would literally speaking to you know to to the average person to talk to a client. So this is this is what I'm doing in 2020. So what I learned from a social media investment and this wasn't just me going into the different seminars and just dead I invested the money, right so it's very hard to work. And so I became a coach a mental a consultant a limit to the affiliate marketing just because if you know it was it was tough Market was very tough. So the money that last was like okay this money, so I wanted to affiliate marketing as well as some of other people's products and so help me help me basically maintain momentum off. This is 2008. So 2008. I'm a younger version of myself. I forget the states on the world. Right, right. The so just to give you any damage estimate that more about me and this will give you a bit more about who I am as well. So 2005 I bought my first property with Netflix a 2007. We got married 2008. We had our first child. So if you think about it property, that's a massive Financial here marriage Financial hit their child's Financial here. He follows a credit crunch Global collapse on the investment Banks. Yeah, that's what my time and still am in recruitment. Who am I a majority of clients investment, right? So so that 2009 was very very tough because back then What salaries are very low and it was your commission that you have to focus on one of my big clients was best in the investment bank and they just went over night and it's just like the commission wedding and over Banks again, they'd everything just stops. And so what I did first of all was Panic off and then Apartments again little bit more than I did what everyone else did I just ran and got a second job. So I was working with recruitment job which took too long hours anyway, and so I was doing like sixty hours a week recruitment, but on the Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday, so Thursday Friday night and then Saturday Sunday day. I was working in a Tesco Supermarket, which is just just a big Hypermarket basically, so so you just you just hustling basically. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let me just get back. I'm going to cut you off. Let me just get back to you already having a clientele that you can pretty much pivot already, right? So what do you say to the people who who came into here. Give me 20 20 and they just lost clients and they can't make it. They they can't seem to know how to to learn how to Pivot to the same level of income or the people who don't even a client's they're here and they're trying to start a business and they don't they don't even have that initial clientele to start with. Yeah. Yeah as far as that's concerned, how do you show them how to get into that mode of okay. Well, how do I how do I turn this around when people are people are like, you know, just a lot of presents. Yeah, you know president yet people people are in this page where it's hard to even ask people to pay for services. How do you get to that guilt of you know, I don't want to ask them for premium pricing. How do you do all that? Yes, it's not simple until you log. How to do it then the first thing that I teach people and is held certain package passion all your hobby into profit so it can be anything less. In fact, you put me on what what what could be a random passion of profit that the passion or hobby that you could think of put you on the spot as well. And then the same thing. Okay talk about Photography perfect. Perfect. Perfect. So you are a let's say you are doing actually working for a company and you're not too sure on your Chrome and where it's going all you may have been redundant of fellow the what is going on the moment you into photography Avid photographer. Okay. So the first thing you need to think about is okay every photographer. I'm sure they've got I know nothing about photography by the way and you have put me on the spot actually think imma be so angry photographer. I'm sure how they're go to camera or they go to Logan's all like those who kind of sharp whether it's like a a filter. So what you're going to do in this is what it's called a niche and or a niche as I'm sure you guys close in in the in the US so this is your Niche so you need to find your Niche if you're an avid photographer or just a fan of it. So I will teach you first of all, this is what we're going to do. Okay, we're going to create a blog and you're going to say I know nothing about blogging and I don't know what to put on the blog and I've got no time to put any of these long wispy did blog posts on the Block and I'm going to say Greg. I'm going to show you how you can blog and not have to use any of your own content. Not only that within 30 days your blog site would look like a professional photographer blog site and you'll say I'm crazy. So yeah, I'm a bit crazy, but I can make it happen. This is how I'll make it happen. You can go on my class to teach you how you go into various articles. And so you and it's got different job selection. So you pick photography and they will have hundreds probably thousands of different articles and photography do is pick the article as long as you age. Reference it back to the source. You're not doing anything wrong. So I teach you how to create the blog and I said, I always say to people you need to master scheduling scheduling will work for you. So if you age now we're free on a Saturday or Sunday or Monday whenever is you will schedule your posts from the Monday to Sunday. And this is just a written where you're going to do. So you'll get that Monday Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday Sunday, the written words are seven. Don't you don't seven? Okay, that's all about photography then because now we'll just focus on the written where you're also going to focus on Thursday Motion Picture visualization people like to see people talking to me as we are doing now. So what's the best platform for that YouTube, right? Okay. So we're going to go into YouTube though. Are you going to do is you're going to type in your photography Niche whatever it's so Niche, whatever you whatever it is. So you're typing them to YouTube then off. Click on to filter and then you'll change it to the most views of the view count. Cuz obviously you want to hang on to view accounts on your blog. Okay. So then you're going to do exactly the same thing the written word, but you going to do it with YouTube You'll embed it just literally just click a button. It'll give you some code to paste a copy and paste your blog. Are you near that and then days so within seven days if you've got fourteen posts within within two weeks or Twenty Eight within four weeks, you got fifty-six. So then people obviously listen to this and saying what the hell is that got to do would be making any money maybe anybody that's giving people loads of information and I'm just helping them. I want to help me how I'm going to get paid and one thing that's getting you off the the Google analytics cuz why teachers to use a a Blog called blogger, which is owned by Google and the reason why I say Obviously to You YouTube as well. Google own YouTube. So there's a method in the madness. So going back into how you can get paid is I talked about affiliate affiliate Market how you can make money from other people's Products off the best thing to do and if people don't understand what Philly is, it's just basic some of the people's products or to put in another term is I talked about, you know, you go in to become an Amazon Associates name is basically just be like a franchise. That's the best way to describe it your franchisee alarmism. So once you get selected for that what you're going to do, what are the high ticket items wage? Obviously going to be cameras lenses. It's going to be the unthinkable see by the way, so hopefully I'm. All right, it's going to be the memory cards as well wage and recounted only expensive. So what you going to do is you'll go inside Amazon. Once you create yourself as a affiliate on there, you'll then obviously do literally I'll say that I've done the most fulfilling be here. So if you can click the left button and you can click the right button then anyone can do this. Okay, this this is this is once you've got you know, it's a great you can do it. Yes, if you can click the left button, you can click the mouse right button, then you can do it. Right so you go and set Amazon you click the button you can offer you go back to your blog and you start impending the Amazon products onto your blog. So when anyone goes to your blog to go, okay. Yeah, here's a camera like this camera papers coming from $500 labor is the new guest slice of action is not lost but it's a star so then not only that so it's it's over things that you can put on your blog as long you then this is bu this is why we need to get a five button. We need to we need to hustle think fast and think how can we start making money you think about other companies out there dead? You may have to just go into the website and you just look for an affiliate program project or Rich affiliate program. So it could be anything else to do with cameras or camcorders of video equipment and it may be a separate company out there who say Hey, you know recommend people to our company and we'll pay you some some of their so you need to do some of the research yourself, but I was a setting you up on a basis for for your photography for your passion. So you've and remember the internet never sleeps. So this is going on 24/7. So I just want to talk about making money while you sleep. Yeah, it's really powerful. Not only that I teach you rock a we've got the block going. We're going to keep going to blog let's keep going. Keep going to keep on keep going but your schedule remember so you're not doing that every day just taken an hour in time schedule there now. I'm going to jump in to YouTube as well. So willing to create we're going to create our YouTube channel the right way home. What do they run YouTube we can do so many different things but let's talk about on boxing. So is there anything that you bought before you get before you get there? You think I want people to understand? What do you just we just gave you is that what what he just built for you right now isn't Authority site, which is very very very relevant to my show during the summer projects. But what do you guys just built for you is isn't Authority site, which I think is so relevant here coming already says love that idea for the programs are great says Andrea. Thank you so much for for confirming that and I appreciate that. But yeah, so yeah, I think that in before you go to YouTube. I just think what he's doing right now is really my model build it share it and they will come so he's building something right now cuz in a simplified for you in a very easy, man, so go ahead go ahead and go with the YouTube part of it off. So so what happened by the way, we're having fun along the way here where I know we're going through sort of times at the moment. Yeah, you know a lot of people are going to 12:10, but you need to have fun with the wrong way with this is your passion. By the way. This is a hobby. So University ographer you love it. So you need to just go back into thinking why you've done this in the in the first place was it to get away from the kids. So just how about this so cuz it's a game that was it was it just you love nature. So you just need to stay in that mindset. And this is why I'm this is why I always talk about people to use your passion all your hobby because you using that mines that you use that thing that made you makes you happy when you want to get away from work this you don't want it to be working want this to be fun. But the the money will come with it as well. So make sure you having fun. So what we're going to do one to YouTube. Well, we're going to do something similar obviously going to set up how you tube channel settings show you how to set up the right way. And then what you're going to do is log. If if you if you scared to be a little camera, that's all you need to do it by the way, you know, you may you may have you your mortgage account to pay you, you know, you've got stuff going off or you may be in a comfortable position, but you may not know where you're going to be in the next three months six months a year. So you're building up your social media presents to all your life just focus on your impressions of profit. So we go into YouTube we do the unbox. Like I said, so you may unboxing on YouTube. It's one of these things where you get something new Choi shiny and you literally called the thing open and you take the the user of The Watcher say of your video with you. So if you have anything that you've just recently delivered change of heart that you can open it with the audience then what I would say is just go back to your camera and start talk about the camera that you use and start talking about the features. Benefits of this number then what you do exactly the same model you get your affiliate link from Amazon again where you purchased the amount of purchased it from Amazon, but obviously they've all the hubbub products or similar product to it. And you paid put that link on your comments on your video. And once you post the video is like if you want to check this check that out then please go to my affiliate link that one for that. I'm saying my reason why I'm saying instead of being is you have to let them know it is an affiliate link. And so what you would do in the comments below when you're down in the polls there just at the bottom the comment just say this is my this a link to my affiliate of this is the affiliate link to the product. So you doing that and then you can be constantly just putting pulse out left and about your Camry that you use or the location that you use or when you prefer to shoot. Is it morning is a day is it night? You know the endless job. Spend this week or video of those videos always work. I'm always on boxing's. Yeah, a lot of people are looking at YouTube just for how to stuff or do I am I want to buy this camera. So I want to buy this this thing. So yeah, it always works so that again the great things is is what cuz I I love written word as well and there's understanding of buying some what people get so they had the houses were of a start, you know, you know all the don't do this until you've seen this video. Oh stop taking these kind of pictures off so, you know and use this lens instead great great clickbait titles for sure. Exactly. Yeah, exactly. Right. So use this lens this is lens I've used now and this song is about quality of pitches. I'm getting so so this is what what teach people you know, if and also also I mean just dive into their also take on to that. Pictures on there if you see if you see my my latest my latest pictures on my on my on this stream now that is also a shot on YouTube. They're all they're YouTube like pictures with big bold bold lettering and like action kind of kind of picture of the person who's on my show now, I've switched into that all because of YouTube. Yeah, it looks back brings more more of attraction to it. So go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah exactly. So so that that sense. It's just making sure you got sick and then the more you do as well is as I call you cross pollinate, so you've got your blog story you got to use you go in so what you do and multiple nowadays are on Instagram around Facebook. So you just take a picture to get your camera take a picture. You don't even have to think too much about take a picture on your screen and just post it to your Facebook page pause your Instagram page and put a quick message on here saying I'm just starting wage. Wankel and you your blog what I'm talking about this check it out and then you doubt you'll be driving traffic back to your blog and then also depending on what you want to focus on as well is on your Instagram. Let's just talk about Instagram. You can only have one email email to have one link on there. So I'll be I'll pray. Oh, yeah you on your bio. You could either put your blog website or YouTube website depending what it's up to you what you want to choose and so you just basically, you know, any thing that you've posted on your Instagram. It's like Okay blah blah blah and then go to my bio and click on the link to to check on my blog then just constantly Direct in the diverted traffic back to your blog back to your blog blog blog then go and look at your products on there. And then they also obviously the content you got on there as well and there's more stuff I go onto well. Yeah. Yep. All of this stuff slows, right? So we got to building building authority sites. We got into a little bit of the social thing and we probably have to have you back to finish up wage for sure. He had a lot to say you love information. Hope it has been a lot a lot out of it for sure on the so before we get out here got one more question for you. The guest here on my question. Yeah, and it goes up like this. They see you right or you listening to you later on the podcast. Yeah, and they love what you're what you're saying. They love how he's trying the the art of creating an authority aside thing socially conscious on doing great things on social media. And they have similar interests similar goals and similar Journeys as you want to be just like you meant this call. So, so tell me that give me a few tips of as far as going through this journey how they can be an authority in this space. Let's try just like social media part of it. Yeah how long there's the simplest passes is I say model model and you need to follow people as well. So what I started doing as well is looking at the top influences of still have to be interested to the top people social media why we do is very simple the internet such a powerful thing Google. So if you want to be with the Bosch you Google the top 2200 of whatever you want to follow if it's social media, then there's the names will come up then what would you do you go to Instagram per follow off? Follow follow you go to Twitter follow follow follow follow you go to YouTube subscribers should say and then what you start doing them is you start just basically looking at what they're saying and what they're saying you start commenting on them on what they've got to say as well never copy never ever ever copy you model cuz ex still just it's just constant Outlet just not that much new content that's being created for what people do to put their own spin on it as well. And so it's just basically just Foley's of the people but model it is a grown waist and hold for the advanced advanced adapt. Yes. Good job doing a great job. I don't know where have no no concerns about that at all and stuff man. I appreciate appreciate everything that you come come through on the shield great stuff great conversation being a lot of how to I hope you guys got a lot out of this. This guy just showed you how to do the doors. In about what five minutes it's not that simple but in a simple, it's simplified. So you got ya version of that. So yeah simplified if she if you want to you know, I'll do a free thirty-minute coaching conversation. So we find me on Instagram find me on LinkedIn. It's easy member names of complicated name is Grant Surrey cross. That would make ask me some questions. My main thing is about helping others and first helpers just won't assign that stuff my months model or Mentor going to call it 1% off this time, or if you have no patience. You just want to just jump onto my car straight away. Then it's off on there as well free time. I reset and you shall tries. I'm an open book passed away. That's good. There you go. There's the link go to a site free child mindset, or connect with him directly. That's that's all good. And if you are still looking to have to have more info log. And about building your own platform your Authority platform go to the authority letter or text us at we are live text. We are live rather at 4 or 4 to 2, and that's that's it for me. So I hope you guys got a lot of this episode. Do you have any final words for us on Terry to get us going to the rest of twenty-twenty have about 2 to 2 and 1/2 months left? What can we do any any final words for us? Samay? Don't want to go take it too much on on the Deep level. But for me, it's literally I say wage success is happiness happiness and success. So focus on that focus on that happiness, who is that person that makes you laugh who's and goofy friend that same time you think of the face that makes you love was that film? Is it a Jim Carrey comedy? Is it out? You know, what is that that makes you laugh. So now, you know, most of most of us are just thinking of if birth For me. I know I don't talk too much about the money signs. Obviously that that's the case but it's it's it says the happiness of success or what is wrong. What can people do now is just if you want to be successful be happy if you're not happy or successful, if you're not successful not happy as they just just just focus on is is the mindset the mindset of keep in your mind. If you believe that you can achieve it. It will literally happen. I've I've asked some very very amazes stuff happened to me recently wage positive side as well, which I have a focus on getting getting contact with a billionaire and having a conversation with with a billionaire and and having his number on speed sensor and a and a smoker and believed it off and just get guess what it is and about billionaires number on speed-dial so, you know someone that can that can speak speaks me so that last thing we need to get out of the it's tough It's a challenge in the same place. Easy, but we need to gather all the the victim's side. We need to get Olympics and we need to focus on what I say is I focus on me myself from the content me massage the content and then the rest will follow up. There. It is guys. That's it. Unbelievable stuff. Thank you so much for being on this show today gratitude. Great job fear. Hey, I have nothing else. Nothing else just join us on next show. I'm going to definitely want him back so we can maybe go more into other things. Yeah. I hope you guys got a lot of it. I know that I did until then you guys keep building keep sharing and they will come our promise you that that is it take care of you blessed as you next one. And that's a wrap for this episode of The Authority project. Thanks so much for tuning in and if you like what you heard, we want to hear from you subscribed great and give an honest review Sharon tell your friends so they can hear two and four even more Authority building tactics. Be sure to sign up at the authority letter, get free weekly content and ongoing product giveaways to help you on your entrepreneurial Journey. We certainly hope you got a key takeaway or maybe an aha moment from today's broadcast. Just remember, it's your Authority that build it Garrett and they will come until next time off.

YouTube UK Terry Alano Sherry Arnold Amazon Instagram Manchester Facebook boxing Google consultant Brian s Arnold Peter Brian Scott Arnold Boston Netflix Tempest
Another Steak, Please!!  Yes!

The BBQ Central Show

59:43 min | 10 months ago

Another Steak, Please!! Yes!

"Jeff Richards Columbus Ohio. You're listening to barbecue central. Preserve. We'll do it live. Doing live I all right? It and we'll do it live, so they get that perfect barbecue. Say Whatever we put. The letter went on strike the ranch and What should we call the Fire Department? That might be a good idea. All Right? Let's see if I remember how to do this. And welcome to the Barbecue and central shelf. This is a shell, the talks about all things in the world, barbecue and grilling. Originating The rock and Roll Hall of Fame City of Cleveland Ohio. The barbecue capital of the North Coast. I am your program hoped Greg Remember me. Happy to have you aboard here on your to say. You've been saving up comments over the last two weeks and believe me. We're GONNA dive into that. And you would like to a folly into the show and weigh-in. Here's how you do that. You can get in touch with the show by calling two one, six, two, two, zero, zero, nine six six email, Greg. The BB Jews central show darker. On the twitter and his. bbq. Central show anything else you WANNA. Find out about the show can be found at the main website. The BBQ central show dot com, and here's what's happening. In case you can get the newsletter coming up in out thirteen minutes from now is a bonafide well respected and one of my favorite food bloggers to follow at least over the last ten years. He's been on the show. A number of times was on handful of. Of months ago, nobody's coming back here as we break in the new set and the new studio here in the new digs Mike Lang from another pint. Please will be joining me in other pine, please dot com his website. You can also follow him on instagram where he does a lot of posting. We'll be talking about some things that he has on instagram and we'll be talking a lot about steak because I wanted to. Ask All of my guests this evening out there? Stay cooking methods and all that good stuff. So, Mike Lang at the first interview segment in the first hour, and then in the second interview or thirty five past I'm going to hold the ever popular open straggling so. If. You have questions if you want phone calls if you're going to send emails all of this. Go ahead and weighed about a half an hour, and then started lobbing them in I. will cover it all if you have nothing to add to that conversation. I'm here to fill that second interview gap. We'll talk all about what happened. Last week. We'll talk about the BOO. We'll talk about how the new satis taking shape or the new studio was taking shape. We're going to be talking about a lot of items. Would love to have you participate, so it's up to you if you want to jump in, but that's thirty five past the hour. And then we will move to the second hour. It is the fourth Tuesday of the month and you know what that means. We re fire. The embedded correspondents segment that we have a new embedded correspondent. Don't follow me socially which I'll give you that information here in a second, you would know that a two-time guests on the show by the name of Rusty Monson. The pit master of salt, Lake. Barbecue is a latest and greatest to add to the embedded correspondents team of the two long standbys. Doug shining the longest running embedded correspondent on the show and John Solberg, who is now the second longest running embedded correspondent on the show by the way rusty, having his first bed. Correspondent appearance also garners the title third longest running correspondent of the show. You know what that's wrong. Totally incorrect. I'm sorry he's not the third longest running. Jeff Rice is the third longest running. Fourth longest now is rusty. Monson, so I'll be interested in having rusty. Join US here as we start to fold in some new blood and Rossi brings a unique perspective, and that's why I asked him to consider jumping on board mothership. And, that's the fact that he is not a jaded vet to the competition seen by any stretch of the imagination, but he is. Not a green person. He's right in that wheelhouse of really eager barbecue competitor, and he's not just doing barbecue competitions. He's also doing steak. And other stuff. Andy hosts zone show with the Anthony. LUHAN OF SMOKE AIn't no joke barbecue, so he's got a lot of irons in the fire is bringing a lot of good energy got lots of good takes a to get on the abetted correspondence people that could talk decently and aren't afraid to let it fly as it were, and can bring a good round experience at the table I'm really good at. At moderating folks, but the guests are really good at their respective areas of expertise and the knowledge bases that they're bringing, so I'm very excited to have rusty. Join us in the second hour of the fourth Tuesday of every month. I do have the social media facebook thing Ng so I can see the comments for instance Brian Scott. Shannon is saying that Kovic is fake news, I don't think it's fake Brian. But if it's fake news to you then hey. Who Am I to argue? Mike. Just, interview Blaine on our two. He's already on, and he can speak to the Cova judging status. covid running rampant through judging tents. Doug dirt is and we love Doug. Is for Pittsburgh on hold that against the. Very very excited to be back amongst the fold. Somebody wants to know if I'm wearing eyeliner I'm not wearing anything. In fact as we take a look at the new studio. Lot of you might wonder where the woodwork has gone. That believe it or not. That wasn't a real would backdrop that I had in the old house that was the green screen that I was making use of believe it or not. This background is not a green screen at all. This is A. This is A. What do you call it of a fabric backdrop? Watch this. See, I could headed moves. It's great. So. I decided to give a traditional background shot. Maybe do away. So this is what my hair really looks like. Outside of the Green Screen Artifact where some folks that I had a chrome sideburn or platinum I. Think was the one that we are also throwing around. The brick won't hurt me. In case, I fall backwards shock at some answers that I might be getting for Mike Lang or the embedded correspondents here on the shell. I just fall right back through it, not I mean I might hit. The real poured cement wall. That's behind me the tolling the house up. Now few changes, a little bit bigger space might hear a little room ambience, which I'm going to try and figure out how to. Get killed off here, but that just might be my years nobody else. And Sean McCulloch Gins says. No more missing shoulder or hand. That's right. Because we had to tighten the shot in, so I could reach out I mean now. My arm is gone of course, but usually before it was gone out, here looked really weird, so I had to stay in shot. we're getting a little out of hand here. Little in the weeds, we'll share that for the opening for the open segment. That's coming up thirty five past oh forget, you can follow me socially. It'd bbq central show on Instagram, twitter and snapchat tick. Tock you can also follow me on facebook. Slash bbq central show where you will find a video feed here and I am following the chat right along because the makes does have that. Jeff Rice's also in saying that Ella Great Jeff Noticing. Feeling good. Really Good Louis but he named that movie. Please is weighing in. He's really excited. I can see him in the green room already. He's looking very dapper, so we're going to get to him here in a few minutes. how many of you are subscribing to Steven Reich? Lens weekly newsletter over Barbecue Bible Dot Com. It comes out each Tuesday this week's edition. I found interesting. Most if not all of us are doing. Some kind of smoking also were very familiar with Brazing, but this newsletter married both of those processes up something entitled Smoke Brazing so first question is, are you currently doing this I would venture a guess that indeed most of you, if not, all of you are doing it, and perhaps you didn't even notice it. Especially Competition folks probably some of the first to really take this method and run with it. Give their hot and fast method of cooking. Lot of folks seemed to think that that's brazing. Now we can stick an official name to it called smoke brazing. In fact I have breaking news here right now. Tomorrow I am going to start the NS. Ba The national smoke brazing association. Membership is only seven hundred dollars a year. It really gets you'd nothing and you have to be a member in order to compete in the national. Smoke brazing association events. And there will be plenty of those happening over the course of the year. Believe me. So if you WANNA, get on the ground floor. Of this national smoke brazing association I'm going to be launching the website tomorrow and again for a nominal fee. Of seven hundred dollars a year, not lifetime a year. I got generate some profit I'll be. The ESA. Remember this day. You'll be like hey, remember when the NBA launched best day ever that'll be Wednesday. July twenty nine. Mike Lang is coming up out of the break I'll talk to you quickly about the world championships. That's right. Some of my food sport friends from the World Food Championships have partnered with Walmart launched the Walmart cooking challenge. Challenging foodies to a fun contest where forty people across the country can win two hundred and fifty dollar Walmart Gift Cards. Forty of you can win them. So here's how it goes. Four talented Walmart Chefs have created delicious customizable recipes. Videos for inspiration. The tutorials even allow you to make substitutions while cooking them virtually. Why not? Get all of your ingredients at the Walmart while you're doing it. You can check out all the contest rules and how to enter over at Walmart dot com slash cooking challenge now. You gotTA. Get on your horse at this point. We've been off two weeks. I've mentioned it through social media, but if you're just tuning in for the first time, and you're one of those competitive cook type, folks, you want a chance to win to two hundred and fifty dollar card and who doesn't. But a walmart dot com slash cooking challenge, and then get to cook, and because the contest ends eleven fifty nine PM Eastern on July thirty first, so it's only a few short days away. But get it on it for your chance to win two hundred and fifty box. In a form of Walmart Gift Card again it's Walmart dot, com slash cooking challenge. Mike Lang from another pipe. Please will be joining us here in just a few moments, so you stick around and we'll be right back. That was not supposed to happen, but this was care week. We'll be right. Broadcasting live from the barbecues. CENTRAL SHOW STUDIOS IN CLEVELAND Ohio. You're listening to the barbecues central show once again. Here's your host. Greg Ram. Bright Welcome back. This portion of the Shell is being brought to you by butchers. Barbecue makers of award winning injections Marinades rubs and seasonings barbecue sauces, grilling oils. All of which barbecue products have been tested on the competition circuit as well as backyards worldwide be the master of your neighborhood. And Visit Butcher BBQ DOT COM to stock up now, always butcher. In fact goal isn't. It was latest podcast up so really interesting stuff with his label manufacturers, so if you've got a rubber sauce or whatever? Looking for a label guy, a lot of good info there on the latest edition of the butcher Barbecue podcast. But I guess one of the most respected live fire bloggers out there today. Let's cooking fleet. Who've Weber cookers and we race the hotline and welcome back friend of the show. Can Find My cursor Mike Lang Hey, Mike. Greg, how are you? I'm absolutely fabulous. Appreciate you make time for the show as always and let me ask you right off the bat, not barbecue grilling related. Are you runner? What in air, quotes maybe? Get Out and move because I'm getting older and. I try to do something every week to keep myself somewhat able to eat all the meat that I grill. So what are you up to what your routine? Now my Gosh and I actually I did a strong lifts for a long time. Work. Essentially full-body weightlifting. Work Wise I am getting older and none of us are getting younger and to eat so I've always tried to do somethings so I just mentally I decided to start running again. I hadn't done it in forever. Now I'm back to running three times a week thirty five to forty five minutes. Three to four miles off when I'm lucky. I'm okay so I'm going to. I'm beating around the Bush here because I was wondering if you were running. What's Your Best Five k? Only God like right now I'm Mike Lang eighteen years old? The Current Age Mike Language, your best life gets. Felt like Wang. Bucket O Five! You know I'm looking now at forty eight to get under twenty five minutes really. Pretty good. I'll take it. I'll take forty five. Hundred Twenty five minutes at forty eight years of age forty eight, okay. I thought you said you were five. Are really good, so I've been running five so by. We're going to diverge here. I apologize to everybody listening, but I had started running. It's I guess going on a couple years now. My wife was on me about You know family, heart disease, and you should make sure you're exciting heart and I always said well. I'm just not gonNA. Do it because I'm not gonNA. Tell you to do it, but because I'm just not gonNA. Do it so I'm just not going to do it then. I decided. When we got the new cat, there was waking me up at four thirty in the morning and a couple years ago that I would start running since I'm up at four thirty. So that's where the whole thing started. And I started ramping up for miles, five miles, six miles, and I talked to my sister in law, and I told her one day what I was running and she said why are you? Are you training for a half or a full marathon? As now I just figure that now every couple of weeks just ramp it up and I'm beheld and she said well. She's a pretty steamed medical professional. And she said you know there's proof that shows that you're not getting any more. Cardiovascular benefit passed a five k., and that's all I needed to hear so I immediately dropped for five or six miles all the way down to the five k., and that's what I'm running three days a week. Sometimes for, and I'm to the point now where I can run it consistent lease at twenty three fifteen, so it's great. It's not again, not any lands, but when I really want to make myself feel bad I ask. One of my daughters track running. Man Pals. And they run it in like. Nineteen minutes and it's it's insane. I mean it's you know I feel I feel so good when I get off the treadmill and I talked to them and I'm like I'm never gonNA, get there like why. You A sub six minute mile, no! No, not at all nothing no way. now I mean. I hate every minute of it three days a week, but I don't know too much. Else I can do to to keep extra exercise anyway. We've gone way off course here, so let's try and steer it back on. So I like watching you and following you and you're obviously a big technical guy. Do you have a most memorable technical failure that you would like to share with us? Gosh well I tell you any time or any morning. My Hue lights and other devices go off at three o'clock for no reason am. Javan last week, unlike unlike it up twice and I consider myself pretty tech savvy got things set up to come on at sunrise and go off herbs come on, Sunset Sunrise, but sometimes the tech guides don't line weird things like that happen, and it's just like a real quick run of energy or something and boom. They're on, and it's I. Really think it's a couple. Couple of things probably a power surge now whatever the reset state is a lot of these devices I've got a probably double check that, but it was no more rude awakening than know three o'clock all your lights come back on. Yes, and wondering how the Hell does happen, I would imagine that can be a little fearful for some that are in the house, says welp. All right, so that's a good one. Mine was last week when the computer fried delegate into that more next segment. Tonight's general question for guests is favorite ways to cook steak, so you're the first guest tonight before we get into method. Do you have a favorite cut if given your? Always Bonin rabbi ways? Always. Always go to everything else. I consider crapshoot sometimes I can be pleasantly surprised by a strip or intrigued by a fillet, or off the beaten path with a hangar, skirt or skirt steak, but meant time in and timeout Bonin robot well I have been a rib eye in general guy for any number of years. I'm not a huge bone in guy. Because again it's bone and paying for way, too. You're not eating the bone blah blah blah. But I've. Soured the right word I don't know. Maybe a little bit I. Think I've soured a little bit on the rib eye because there seems to be quite a lot of fat going around. Those cuts and I don't know if I'm getting more frugal and my advanced ages here or what, but I reverted back on I. Think Necessity to get a strip steak. And I had to tell you. It was like falling in love all over with a stick. It had a more pronounced Choo not tough, but a little bit different to the flavor was great. I could eat it from front to back and there was hardly any way. This one didn't have that weird tendon. The sometimes you get in the Strip steak I I know a couple of really good butchers that will harvest that out for me. And I think I'm back in love with strip steak one hundred percent so much so that even if the family is requesting rabbis I will go out on my own in by my own strip steak and eat it, have you? You've never fallen fancy to the Strip. Which is funny why when describing what I still like every once in a while a stripper surprise me. I had one a few weeks ago. Some guys and it came from a local butcher, so it wasn't like from a big grocery store anything it was locally sourced, and it was really good, and so tender I didn't need a knife after the initial cut one slice and eat it, and that's got me thinking. Yeah, sometimes I can sway off of that, but more often than not. Back, the robot, but yeah be surprised in strip. When it's right, it can be very good. Oh yeah, no doubt about it We're talking with Mike Lang from another pint, please, so what factors or I guess. Let me back out just once like what's your preferred method of cooking steaks? Didn't you know five or six or maybe? Ten years ago, there seemed to be only one method of cooking steak, and over the years as we evolved and become more popular in the backyard here and live fire now there's methods that we can employ. So what's your favorite meth? I am still the purest. a one inch inch and a quarter inch and a half rabbi I'M GONNA still do it over direct heat on a charcoal kettle. Five hundred plus degrees Fahrenheit two minutes. Two minutes flipped two minutes two minutes ticket to one twenty-five Poyton go That's my preferred way of doing it at everything from Suva to reverse fear, but something about that. You know I want those girl marks. The flavor is not always there like a cast iron skillet, but it looks good. It looks traditional looking for a photography sense as well to. Shoot well as GONNA taste good. How intricate are you with seasonings? I have always done what I call a salt and pepper and a third, so always a lot of salt, some freshly cracked black pepper, but then something else to kind of add something to what's going on Lotta. TIMES, I would shoot for Paprika, or maybe I'd go for granted garlic or more. Japodlay pepper powder. Something like that that would add a little more depth to it. But nonetheless than meets gotTA shine. The meets really the hero what you're reading. From a pepper standpoint, I've always heard that you don't WanNa. Put the pepper on up front. Because it has a tendency to burn, you could perhaps lend yourself to an accurate flavor profile would assume that you're doing it. You're not necessarily experiencing that. Now, and I probably don't put on I mean we're not talking until it blackened piece of meat. It's just enough that you know that it's there. And certainly not enough that I've noticed some sort of great chain flavor profile from the beginning to the end more often than not. You're going to get that because you've not turning a fat off your steak and you're going to buy tasting and eating that which like trim the meat? It's a fast cooked. That's not going to render. Could hot could fast and it'll be much better in the in the end all right so outside of the method of cooking steak the most recent. Ask All guests this question. Question was about resting the stake after cooking now I think to say that there are a few instances, or I'm sorry. There are few instances where you would take the steak right off the grill, and within thirty seconds or cutting into it and stuffing it in your face, so there's some built in rest time, so the better question might be this. Are you resting a stake race specific amount of time, or is it just from the grill to the table collecting whatever else from asides, thing that you have going on and then get to the table any? For me, it's kind of backwards because my rest time as amount of time, it takes me to photograph it when it's played. It seems so rare anymore than actually cooking something. And then there's GonNa. Eat It by actually taking pictures, which changed the dynamic, but when I do, it's probably only a couple of minutes. I think it was meet had recently that had that article. Article in terms of rest, and what that really does for smaller cut I hadn't given it much thought, but what he said really resonated, and I understand that from the mass standpoint of a large thing like a pork shoulder, low and slow for a long amount of time versus a a state could from maybe no more than four or five or five six minutes. But for me, it's a longer rest by design when Planning Olympia minutes so. Percentage wise when you're eating are. Are you never not taking pictures of food like? There are some times when I know this coming weekend. I'm going to make an effort to take pictures on the phone or use my good camera, and they will eventually make it to social media, but I'm planning that out in advance most of the time I'm doing like on the fly, shots or l.. This just happens to all line up. It looks like it's GonNa. Make a good shot, so I'll take a picture. Throw it up on instagram or facebook or both or whatever twitter. Are you always shooting, and then the reverse for you is how it is for me. You're always shooting, and then it's rare that you will actually just have a normal meal. I am I. Clamor for a normal meal. Does your family life? Now it's all it wasn't a horrible addiction I'm like. It never fails I. Go okay, listen. I was GONNA make dinner. And then I started getting into, and it's. It's summertime here in Ohio and the lights just right and smokes come off. The grill is right I. AM, a camera. Even phone go in real fast set something up and shoot it for me. It's always caption that creativity in the moment and I'm always looking for that moment i. don't care what I've got planned of I. See it I'm going to grab it, but yes, I long for a meal where I do not take photographs as cook it and enjoy it to the kid and they will do it. The kids like hey. Dad doesn't always have to be a photo. Shoot with the food or do they just by the fact that this is your deal and they've accepted. Whether it's funny, grown adult son now does shifts. The I knows what I have to do. An friends and family of accepted at thankfully, but I think in their hearts they probably wish I would lay off and make dinner on time in warm versus a little bit late, but well photographs. Brian because I mean they would make great competition judges because they're used to eating about lukewarm fruit. Completely Oh. Yes, never fails spell. No, you're gonNA feed the blog as I always say back in the day. That really holds true today. Yeah, those magical moments and things come together, and I'm going to capture it, so it is, it is what it is just tie up the resting portion. Had you ever done any investigating work on your own? Especially when you had that blog, really blogging versus more picture taking and so forth where you would say do a a ten minute rest on purpose on a steak, maybe use that as a benchmark, and then pull it back a little bit or extended out more to see which is giving you the best end result. Ironically no, I look back in a lot of things. I kind of wish I had more time to actually delve into for me. Arrest was always important in a way of hoping that that meet relaxed a lot of that juice. Come Out, be reabsorbed into it as the equally rise because that way I wasn't having to worry about mopping up extra juice or anything from the state when it was plated, but that's never really held true, which tells me I should have probably experimented more. That may have been hurt myself in the long run. Mike. Lang joining us here on the show. You have a pretty. Wait. I saw you here's here's the question I wanted to ask before we get to the other, so you do some work with the cut. That hasn't made it on my radar yet until I saw it in your feet. And this thing called a ball tip roast. What's a ball tip list? And how did you find out about that? Interesting Story. A good friend of mine owns a high end wine and meat shop and we've got a new restaurant depot here. In Dayton, which is basically, it's a membership. For a restaurants that can go to him by meeting wholesale. And he had picked up this ball, tip roast and all excited about it. I'd never heard of it before a photograph of it and got membership there went and grabbed one an essence it comes from the bottom Sirloin, and it's made up of three muscles very lean. You can either cook it whole like a rose wanted to cut it into stakes my buddy and marinated it. Night and I'm always kinda hit. Miss on Marinades, but I just took it in an grilled like typical roast, and it was fantastic. You know, Krypton medium rare. Much further would not have been as good but a ton of media flavor. It's a close cousin to the try tip, which is right above it on the Sirloin, but this one is weird things. You has never really think or hear about, but obviously there's a market for glad, grabbed it. Can you find it a giant Eagle or Kroger or whatever the grocery store is around you or do you have to go to restaurant depot? Achieve this cut. I imagine like most things if you ask. And of course you develop a relationship with a butcher, and even if you've got that local butcher shop in anymore, even especially during this pandemic and stuff, the local guys never ran out of meat bright there supply chains was so much different, and those guys that if you really want something and Gals, if you want something different, ask them about it to get it. I mean my local kroger butcher still takes care of me, you know. He cut off a three pounds of fat a prime rib last week, so I can save three dollars. I love that kind of thing but until you ask and struck up that relationship, you just don't know no doubt. So you have a pretty socially open Taco obsession. I like tacos. I never really think to make them that often. I don't even know when the mood strikes. Eventually. We'll have I say if we have tacos five times a year. We've probably had a good year of running. Tacos I'm not a big. We don't really go to a lot of Mexican. So if if we ever get to go back to a Mexican restaurant again, we'll do Tang out here and there. What I look for on the menu, is something called Cherry Poi- or EPO But it's basically thereto sausage and chicken, and there's a some kind of a cheese sauce involved the beans and rice, and then you get the soft Tortillas, and you kinda mix it all together, slamming in the software Tortilla and away you go, that is like my all time favorite Mexican dish I don't know if that's just regionally available here or if you've ever seen it on a Mexican restaurant, down where you're at, but yeah I mean we're just not huge Mexico where we have. tacos I love tacos. It's almost like Turkey I wish I would think to eat it more but I just don't so. How did you? Get drawn in by the TACO. Sadly you know what for me. It was a vehicle for leftovers. If I could meet you know. The tortilla is so amazing, because it can hold and make a meal out of it could be breakfast with eggs and Hash browns bacon it could be lunch could be dinner so I think originally for me. It was simply a web got US extra meat from grilling flank steak or a skirt steak. What am I? GonNa, do with. And from there, of course, it's like. Lot so I'm going to do all sorts of different things with them from shrimp. Skirt steaks crate what they should put lay marinade in the Suvi and finished off on the grill for some texture. It's easy to make homemade pickled red onions, those go great on tops and fresh launch the pro salon tra- group, but you know small street Taco, or make it larger into a you know you could make it turn into a case via its limitless, and it can be different every single time. Even if you're agnostic, you know it's got have cheese, but you can still change it from a Cotija to case to simply cheddar cheese. It's just limitless, and I think it's easy portable, and like I said I can crush my leftovers. That Wa. Are you a big? Fan. oh. Yes, yes, I, do you know? What, sort of health. Provides! Again Mayo Cohesion Lumens Houston Salon throw. It is oh, it's. So good to be heart healthy. There's no doubt about it something. That delicious can't be bad for you. Quickly before I. Let you go I know. You're big into beer. You like the mix up some cocktails. I saw a Mez Cal Margarita on your feed and I have to ask you. What's involved with that and. Now I'm not really partaking in alcohol here for three years, but I'm not too keen on Kale. So, where does that fall into the? Is that like Tequila kind of thing or a close cousin? What is it all about? Yeah, it is I've got the actual saying essentially mess Kalki made from any type of Gava, versus Tequila is only made from Blue Gaba than the difference in the process. Is MS? Calvin is? The right word I'm not an expert on it in a Clay Earthen Pot surrounded by Kohl's, so it imparts a very smoky flavor so ironically. Those this love to grill. It makes sense. You might like Eilly scotches because again very smokey because of the PEOP-. Or. Maybe it's all right. Those are the growth. My Dad wants gave us a taste of La. Freud I almost. On the only other alcohol that has made me almost one of vomit, on-command yeager meister leapfrog was the worst stuff ever no offensively throwing by the way. There's sure there's a lot of fans. When you can walk into a bar and smell a PD scotch from across the way you know you've arrived. Magic. I. Salute you Sir Indeed. Hot, hot. Hot Beers July. What do you like? I really I. Love sours under this kind of rub people the wrong way sometimes, but a lower ab more session ables, you could easily put away a large number and along afternoon. Knock it half in the bag. But also a lot of flavor, and not necessarily overly sorry tower, okay, mix sour Turkey sour. That they can bring a lot of flavor and a lighter way so definitely. If you see some experiment, some really good ones out there will you drank coors light or bud light? Or Budweiser that in your wheelhouse, or do we look down to people? You know I go into a Gibson steakhouse ones years ago in somebody asked for a bottle of ketchup with their prime grade ribons. We're asking the waiter I'm like. Oh my God, i. What do you do with that and he was like? We don't judge how everyone enjoy your meet. You enjoy your church and I'm like you know what pretty beautiful thing and it's the same way with beer I'll drink. Whatever someone gives me whatever whatever's in front of me by favorites, but if we're GONNA, share it together then, cheers to you. But. Meanwhile, we are definitely talking shit about the guy who ordered ketchup in his prime rib. Hundred still. No. You can't not Go ahead and make sure catching up with Mike over at the website. Follow him on Instagram at another plane. Please and you can find him from time to time right here on the barbecue central show Mike appreciate the time too much for dude. No thanks appreciate it brother. You gotta their us. That's Mike. Lang from another point, please and he is also at the field of public safety. Oh dear. Did I close my. I did. Oh No I closed my big logo. Supposed to happen at all now I gotta go to. Bear with me just for one little minute. Oh. It's probably going to be longer little minute. Now I think about it where with this be. Boy. Go to desktop can go to this desktop, yes. Oh there is this it PNG file? Yes, bring that up Barrett is sir. Let me move it over, sorry. Rare that I close out of I must have hit that just in the right and the right way. We're all right. That was Mike Lang again. You can find him over at another pint, please. I know all of you are. Judging the guy that put ketchup on his prime rib is well. I saw this one and we were talking about taking pictures shown. Ludwig! My fiance hates that I take food. Pictures before we eat barbecue, but she knew that I was doing all the time before she agreed to marry me. So you're right John. She signed up for it. Jason Wallace loves a smoky MEZ, Kale. Food. I was GONNA. Say who doesn't I don't know I've never had. We have an open segment coming up so if you want to jump in to one six to two, zero, zero, nine, six six. You can also email the show in lieu. Greg at the bbq central show dot com. But however you WANNA, take it. Will, you will run with open segment lots to get to. You are listening and watching the barbecue central Shell right here on the barbecue central network. Stick around, be right back. Words Stirred Jim Rome ten Patrick and Greg. The Mountain Rushmore of talk show entertainment. Now, let's get back to the barbecues central show. Welcome back and thanks again to Mike Lying for joining me last segment. This portion show being brought to you by. Cook and Pellets Dot Com your number one source for quality wood pellets for all your Pella driven cookers visit cooking pellets dot com for more information or to purchase. You can also visit Amazon dot com to purchases well. However you see fit. You can do. You can purchase from both LITTLE AMAZON DOT com. LITTLE FROM COOKING PELLETS DOT com whatever you like. Here's what I'm getting a lot of. Throw up here on the screen. I don't know if drug is ever stepped foot in a real Mexican restaurant. Here's my question to those that are questioning by. Stepping footed nece into a real Mexican restaurant. What's a real Mexican restaurant? I only have access to what I have access to here. In Cleveland I am happy to say that we have a thriving Latino community. There are any number of. What appear to me to be real Mexican restaurants. I have no reason to believe that the folks that own that are serving anything other than authentic Mexican cuisines. and. I don't know maybe I'm stock, maybe everybody. Maybe the jokes on be maybe I. Don't know would real great Mexican. Food is but. If it's only because of where I am located. One cannot hold that against me. One can only hope that someday. I will be in an area where this real Mexican food exists. And then I can have some. Why not? But right now Choi was like my faith. So good grilled chicken. The thereto together with the rise of the beans and soft Taco rolling on up I can eat ten. Maybe twenty I could eat. It's really good. You tried I mean is that? Is that a lot of staple on every Mexican read real Mexican restaurant menu under the polio or for those that don't speak Spanish chicken part of the menu. Doug Shining ways in with this beauty. I knew this was coming at some point. Didn't Greg have a problem? Differentiating between tacos and burritos was Sam the cooking guy. I don't think there was any. Discussion. I think it was. Between Burrito and Jimmy Chunga I. Think I know what a Taco is I. would a Burrito is? And by the way for as much as I'm lavishly praising the chicken and thereto sausage dish, I'm just not a huge Mexican food fan. I mean certainly I will eat it. Few that I won't eat. There's few things that I won't eat. But? I'll eat Mexican food I. Don't go out of my way I. Don't have a Mexican craving. Most of the time pizza. Yes, steak always burgers indefinitely. That's a burning desire, constant burning desire. Or it, so we are at the open segment here again. If you WANNA take part to one six to two, zero, zero, nine, six, six, or Greg at the bbq central show dot com. If you need that contact information again, and you're watching the show. Live right now, will there? It is right across the screen, email and phone. I will pick you up and we can have discussions as you see fit. I have some folks to thank here. As you've noticed we were off for two weeks. One of the weeks was a planned outage that being now two weeks ago. Because on the fourteenth. Is that right? Seventh seventh was the lash of the fourteenth was a planned out. Fourteenth was the actual physical move date from the wickliffe house into the Willoughby. House. And there was no way will add in have Internet service setup at that point at the house. Oh, it was going to be quite an extraordinary event to pull off anyway and I had nothing setup. We can only bring over so much in advance. And it is. Needed to be set up right so I knew that the fourteenth was going to be no way, but over the course of that week leading into what would have been the twenty first. Started to get the space ride and set some lights up and get the desk going putting altogether. The sound components got all of it in. This is on a Sunday. Fire Plug everything into the back of the computer plugged the computer in fired it up and then. Boo. The light was on, and literally nobody was home so I shut it back down and fired back up again. Same thing graphic card laid up and a little window, which to me meant there was power. Everything was fine. Nothing comes on monitors or saying no signal. But the monitors are saying no signal. That is not a great thing, so. I tried many times hoping that it would be different time, but it was the same every time so I had to bring it to the computer guy. His name is Jeff Bish we get Jeff? Maverick computer solutions. A shoutout. and. He quickly diagnose the fact that the whole computer was fried, and within a twenty eight hour timeframe he had me set up with a brand new computer, which I will take you on a tour of here just second along with the space. Before we do that, we'll go to the phones area. Code seven one four. You're on the air. Go ahead. What's going on a WHO's this? Is Daniel a Rodriguez from California Dino. Dan I knew it I could tell by the. On what can I do for you pal? So Yeah I. I WanNa talk about something. I see a trend of is of these customs steak. Cook off Coker. He's talking about the hasty bake. Specifically, because that's the one I'm seeing a lot of starting to sprout up. Yeah the hasty bake. I have one on order personally, but also the M16 at M. Grill just put out up the milk. Yeah! and then you know we know PK's kind of been the the crown jewel of that. Area for a while her. So I'm wondering if these other companies. You know if it's if it's just a fad. Or is, are they here to stay and. Are Beginning to see you know ramp up into that area now that you know kcbs. Isn't so much Role in. Days no doubt about it Dan. Thanks for the call and here's. My thought on that. I think you have I think this. The Steak Cook Off Association continues to gain popularity. A lot of people see that being an easier point of entry into some type of competitive cooking. There definitely is a more of a perceived barrier venture getting into competition barbecue not only is there that cost hurdle that a lot of people are having to deal with at this point, but there is also all of the other accoutrements that one either has to get, or they feel like they have to get in order to be competitive because. Hobby is a hobby. And if you're doing just because it's fun, that's one thing, but I think. A lot of people started to get into competition barbecue because they wanted to be the best at it. They wanted to be the ones that were winning at it. And along with that goes a thought of. Here's what I need to do or here's what I need to get in order for me to achieve these things. And that's. Perhaps, where a lot of the popularity of started to rollback off of competition barbecue also don't forget competition barbecue isn't on the television anymore like it had been for years and years with various forms of Barbecue pitmasters so. That TV, show alone in having that longevity and having that face time with the general public spawned and inspired. A tremendous amount of folks to at least try their hand at it now, getting back to the question at hand as far as. Different? Competition steak grills entering into the market. I think it's a very specialized I think. They're trying to find a piece of equipment. That's as portable as it gets can give you an end product without taking up a lot of footprint. That's obviously going to be charcoal driven I don't think any of these custom cookers are gas is not something that you're not allowed to use, but by and large, all the people that are winning are using a charcoal fired cookers. Whether it's the grill or a Weber kettle the PK. Hasty Bake is making a steak cook off rig and the PK cooker has as Dan had said has been a long touted stay cook off Grill and then m grails is also really made a splurge into something. That's very compact and easily transportable. So I, don't think this is something where the majority of the general public is going to get into and want to be a part of, but I think within that ditch. There could be one or two other manufacturers, but if something is out there and it's winning. That manufacturers going to benefit the most from I. Mean Look at peak now. This hasty bake starts to win. A lot of folks are probably GONNA start to go over and get involved with that hasty bake, so we'll see how the trend goes. And who's winning with what remember just follow with what's winning and that's where a lot of the popular buying is going to take place. Thanks for the call Dan. So I wanted to give thanks to Jeff Bish from Maverick, forgetting me the computer also. I want to give a tremendous amount of thanks to a dynamic human, being perhaps one of the best humans on the face of the Earth a lot of you both of you. Perhaps all of you don't know him, except maybe for Theresa because she warned him Dominic Galliotti. Tradition extraordinarily I came down to this basement. There was one outlet he ran. Any number of outlets took the time to listen to my deeds. Put stuff on the floor in essence allowed me to alleviate five. Strips that I had been running for years in the old house he put to. Two boxes with four, eight, zero, eight, eight total outlets and I have everything plugged into their in fact. Let's go ahead right now. If you're wondering what it looks like from behind the scenes, I got a camera right here. This is how it looks like when I'm doing the show, so in case you ever wondered. What I'm staring at or constantly looking at otherwise when you see this, shout because I'm always not looking at the camera. I have a number of things here. We got the the a chat going I have my outline here video production here audio only streams going and also recording the show here. We got the sound effects. Right there, and then my audio mixer here now, trying to figure out if I can actually go around and show you. Some of the stuff is I. Pick it up. I'm going to go to the confidence monitor. You know this is going to be terrible because I don't have A. Have a Mike. Do. Have like. We'll see if this is GONNA work! I'm going to the. headset microphone here that sounds alright. Now? Go here so Quickly taking a look here. Again you know as the. Microphone. These are all the screens that we have running at your sound effects board right there. That's the digital mixer right there. Then apologize here if I'm making. Anybody sees it This is a confidence. Monitor right here for the guests to be looking at then. Light. Sorry, here is the brand new. Gaming computer that is humming along so super quiet. That actually has a led lights in it, because I think gamers like that, but let me point out. That here specifically is the gang boxes the dominic installed, but before I had. Balti- Jacks running all the way out here, and I'm nice and tight right here. It's a solidly anchored into the ground. And he ran the. Plug right here and ran all this great stuff. Put up all these lights here. Put up a plug right there for the light. You can't really see that because the lights drowning it out, but I mean this guy is an absolute magician. As, it relates to the electronics of stuff so once again, that's the rig setup. Right now and. The guest. Would if I had a guest would be? China sitting where I'm at now I. GotTa Bring in a desk yet and standbys I reset this. Camera. That looks about right. Right let me get out of this headphone and into something else. Don't pick loud noise. Getting back to the real microphone here all right there. We got we did it. So, that's how that looks. And then this was the other shot for like a guest here so. They would be looking. There's a camera on top of that confidence monitor that I was just talking about. That's it. Lots of. Bare Wall at the moment. Beside from this fake brick background. Accords are all over the dam where up to fix that here. And, by the way as we running right now, I'm at a twelve percent CPU. For the last number of months on the old rig, I was running at ninety nine and one hundred percent during the show, especially in Collins tragedy. Also I wanNA thank Haniel Trista official. Sound guy of the barbecue central show for helping me reset the board. These are quality human beings that somehow I have made relationships with, and they are helping me out. What can I tell you Dominic Kanye? Thank you so much. As we are now under the Tower of power three. Era Our power three. Or let me talk to you quickly. About big POPPA smokers before we wrap up the first hour. A curated selection of only the best outdoor cooking and grilling supplies. We'll get you on the path. That butter barbecue resulted no time everything at big PAPI smokers dot. COM has been pit master approved by Sterling Big Papa, ball himself. From award, winning rubs and sauces to the American, made grills and smokers. They got thirteen perfectly balanced flavors. Of rubs and seasonings for you to choose from sweet money, cattle prod cash, cow, well proven winners on the competition circuit and in the backyard. If. You're looking for a sauce. You Might WanNa try granny's barbecue sauce. It's great on its own is also great as a basis that you can tweak also. They have a great selection of cookers. If you're looking for a versatile smoker, that's easy to use. Check out the Mac two star general pellet. Big PAPI smokers, the exclusive Mac dealer, even offering special packages, not a fan of pellet smokers are I. Take a look at the old Hickory as P P it's the only charcoal smoker that big POPPA trust on his competition trailing. If, you're a backyard barbecue enthusiasts. They have plenty to look at. It's not just competition stuff. It's clear that big POPPA smokers is the place to go for all things barbecue. Every product featured on their website. Hand selected. Help you barbecue, better and questions give them a call at eight, seven, seven, eight, two, eight, zero, seven, two, two, seven. That's Eight, seven, seven, eight, two, eight, zero, seven, two, seven, or shop their website at big, Papa smokers dot com. That's G. P.. O. P. P. A.. SMOKERS DOT, com We are back to wrap the first hour. Stick around will be right back. Continuing to produce incredibly mediocre content in an exceptionally professional where you're listening and watching the barbecues central show once again. Here's your host Greg Ramp. And the sports in the shell being brought to you by fire board. Monitor up to six. Different devices simultaneously connect to Wi fi for cloud, based monitoring or connect via Bluetooth. The of Alexa, or Google assistant at Home Your Luck, because fire board Fellini, grade with both both firebird, one and two by the way find out more by visiting fireball, dot, com, or call eight, one, six, nine, four, five, two to three to. In fact, former sponsors show grill seeker did a great review of fire bore to. If you want an unbiased review of firebird to go to grill seeker. And check out that reveal. A trusted source review I might. All Right, so let me get back to thanking a few folks. So again we thank Dominic Galileo. We think Haniel Trista. We think Jeff Bish. Computer electrician sound guy. Also, I do want to thank the show sponsors for being very patient as we. Took an unforeseen two week break first week plan second week. Computer blows up, so we get everything reason. Let me. Give you this piece of advice that was given to me after the fact. If you have a computer, set up the way you want it now. A Google how to make an image of your drive, so you can restore very quickly and painlessly. While that Info has been given to me a little late. As I set up tower of power three the way that I want it now and the good news is this. There was a lot of stuff there was on tower power to. The drives were okay, so we yanked the drives. Put them in the new one. All the certain motherboard CPU all the wiring fried like it was literally Brown and popped. The back exhaust fan totally seized up totally from it was great. But. Make an image of your drive right now and if you go through an instance that I have gone through. You have a painless restore with the new one. Just a little piece of advice, so I think in the next week I'll have the computer exactly how I want it then I will go ahead and make an image I. Actually have some instructions on how to do that so if you don't want to go through and Google, it email me. Subject line put. Image, for my drive or something like that, and I'll send you the link. That was forwarded to me by show technician. John Dos John Shout? Hinterlands my friend over doing well, stay and say. All right in the second hour you will find the embedded correspondents segment. We love that. We'll talk about a lot of stuff and. Your phone calls and emails. If you WANNA jump it dino, Dan jumped in Dino Dan breaking the mold. Very few people find the nerve to call in and get loose, but Dan did. We'll be back right after this.

Mike Lang instagram Greg Mike Walmart twitter facebook Jeff Bish Strip Dan I US Brian Scott Ohio Doug Jeff Rice Cleveland official TA
Fast Money 12/05/19

CNBC's Fast Money

44:42 min | 1 year ago

Fast Money 12/05/19

"This is Gary Shatskikh. I'm a fee only financial adviser and we'll share my thoughts later in the podcast on minimizing risk in the current market. More to come soon I I live for the Nasdaq market site. Overlooking New York's Times Square. This is fast money. I'm Scott wapner tonight four Melissa Lee are traders on the desperate Tim Seymour. More Dan Nathan Karen Feinerman and guy adopted tonight on fast roller coaster day for stocks but one technician has picked no matter which way you think the market setting. We'll get his bull and bear calls. Plus a trio of newly public companies on the move after their latest earnings reports will. The results helped the once. Hot Stocks regained their early IPO. Laurie the desk breaks down those numbers and all eyes on jobs. Investors eagerly awaiting tomorrow's Employment Report for November. Can we break the recent trend of slowing growth. But we start. START WITH TESLA tonight. Getting a boost after hours after Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the stock from four forty to five hundred dollars. Fifty percent higher than where it ended the day What do you make of this? Call Guy I'm going to listen. Adam Jonasson I don't know this to be the case but I'm reading it now and I think what he's saying is the bull case the price price target. He's racing from four fifty to five hundred but I don't think he's changing his current price target. I guess it doesn't really matter. The bottom line is this. He says the potential search sediment through the first half of two thousand twenty. That five hundred dollars is doable. But I'm not certain changing their price target with that said it's a stock you have to trade and I'll say it again again that move from basically to seventy five to three twenty five three thirty in a straight line in October. I think we have to revisit. That rarely do you see a stock. Have a date move like that and not revisited. At some point we use the stock you have to trade you mean trade it rather than than one hundred percent and the market could move suggests that I'm not saying we've I've done it correctly by any means but I'm saying this is a stock that does not go up in a straight line doesn't go down in a straight line and I think at this point I mean I'd rather sell it here it here. Well I here's what I say about on. Jonasson is call on on Tesla I think consistently over the years What I like about the way? He's handled the stock doc because I think he's looked at both balancing issues ends looked at the upside and he's looked at the long term kind of terminal value of some of the core things that a lot of people get cited about with with with Tesla When atom got more cautious on this stock about twelve months ago and definitely? He was cautious on this six months ago when I think we were front centered around the balance sheet. I think he looked at the CAP exit. That was getting cut. He looked at a lot of the places that they're reeling backing on spending I think he looked at some of the growth. Dynamics looked at some of the balance sheet dynamics looked at the converts that were out. There looked at a couple of these big maturity's that we're coming and said look. These are big issues for the company so he must have more confidence also coming out of that last quarter and as you've heard me say many times one quarter is not enough. So let's let's do this. I have the note in front of me. Let's make a couple of things clear number one. This is bullcrap right. Say his base case remains unchanged who fill the price target of two fifty. And that's the point. I was trying to for everybody. This is not Adam Jones going stratospheric. Tonight it is simply saying maybe the bull case can be a little bit stronger than I I thought and just to kind of tie a ribbon around I was assessing with how Adam Jones's handled the stock and we pat him on the show multiple times. Is that two. Fifty reflects concern on on on free cash on profitability and balance sheet issues. And I think you know two we get that that as you know has been Michael stocks up sixty some odd percent in three months. It's a lot. It's a lot although I think so. He he is this blended. I think the bear case is actually higher because the extent of the bear case. Is that GONNA run out of money with the stock here. They can raise all kinds of money easily. So you'd have to. You have to say that bear cases a little bit less. Why do you think they are not? They don't need it well based upon the last quarter. Maybe they don't That's that's a quick turnaround but it's fair well. I think it's important to remember that it's had this massive run off those lows. What fifty percent or something like that still unchanged on the year right here so a sitting in the middle of this this massive range over the last twelve months and it hasn't really made a whole heck of a lot of progress and I think that's actually a big part of the bear story? This thing is over the last four or five years it is not really done anything especially relative to the market here you know. Listen I look at that and I say he's a great auto analyst. Okay so he's kind of skeptical of whether or not this is an auto company or not. They clearly have the disproportionate market share in the market. Here North America. Now he's saying to himself. Okay what does it look like in China. I just don't think that if you're incorporating rating orders hundred dollars kickstarter orders for that cyber truck that might or might not be built in a couple of years I just don't see that how that should factor into your your current view on the stock. But what he's doing here is saying that if I'm wrong on my base case scenario it could be to my target and that's fine. I mean let's against against your point Tim. I think he's introducing a lot of really important fundamental concepts of how you value this company and where it could go the upside the downside. Yeah and and the thing that I get frustrated about with Tesla's people people look at things five years down the road and say this is going to be a great story in five years so that that's the criticism By the way good for Adam. He's been on tour. That's the anyway. That's the only way the the story works right is you. You have to look out five years or however long sound skeptical. No but I'm absolutely saying it. It's the only way you can justify paying for a stock lake. This is is believing in the longer term story. Yeah now I think that's right all right because at this You know of course right based on what's happening today. It's ludicrous waste. What may happen five years from now? Is the question. Listen well. I'm how appropriate is that and do do analyst treat this stock differently than they treat other stocks. They certainly treated differently than other auto stocks. And I I guess it's not an auto company. That's that's what we know. But that's the thing if you're an auto analyst and you're looking at GM which is the you know the the big one in your coverage it's a fifty billion dollars market cap of one hundred thirty five billion dollars some pretty you know pretty stagnant sort of sales and you're looking at a tesla you're saying sixty billion dollar market CAP. We know that there were losing a lot of money and each car they make and they're expected to twenty five billion dollars in sales so to get to grow into that valuation. They have to be such a big winner in the next fifty years of automotive everything for it really to make sense. And that's I guess the the easy one for the bears say that's not like it'd be do this breaking news We have Brian Sullivan in Vienna. WHO's been following the OPEC meeting there? We want to get to him with the very latest. Brian Scott saw a little bit chaotic cure. The meeting just wrapped Iran. As we said left. They did come back. I said that might happen. The Iranians Indians known to come sometimes leave show their frustration then Quebec in the meeting. Actually wrap we do not know if they have a deal or not. That's the question but the oil minister sure just left and we are expecting more ministers to indeed. They're they're starting to leave now. We are expecting perhaps the Saudi Oil Minister the son of the king. Obviously his first meeting. Ah Abdulaziz Bin Salman to leave. In fact I could hear the people stay with US guys. 'cause I can hear the people the reporters. Obviously somebody is coming out. Just give me a moment here. We're GONNA see this is and try to get some more color and perhaps a comment a lot of activity among reporters who've been here for more than twelve hours today waiting for something to cancel the press conference. They cancelled a media scrum. So it's been almost no direct access to the minister. Hold Long Guy. I want to see if we can't do something here. Hold on hold on guys. I've just lost I've B- hold on here comes the Saudi minister. Now let's go this way. Okay hold on guys I've lost. IB So he's GonNa come by. You could see the scrum from around him. This is Abdul Aziz bin Salman. He is the Energy Minister Your Highness for. CBC Any comment Sir hold on any common surfer CNBC Your Excellency okay. We coming back. was there a deal done sir. was there a deal L.. Done he said well he did. Look at us and said guys that we will see you tomorrow. I don't know what that means about the deal. I knew there is the OPEC plus meeting with Russia. Tomorrow quite chaotic guys again. No word if a deal is done but the meeting is done and we will see you back here from our live coverage at OPEC headquarters tomorrow. We're actually just he's GonNa throw up some sleeping bags and grab some brought worst and perhaps call tonight here here. You go all right. We appreciate that very much. That's Brian Sullivan. Live on the scene in Vienna the OPEC meeting breaking up. And you you saw the scene there. I don't WanNa ask him a question. Just in case he can't hear me but oils frozen. Maybe waiting to find out what the ultimate ultimate outcome is going to be tomorrow not much a move today in either WTI. Or Brent no but interesting. Because you've had not only Aramco which people feel as given some decent support twit overall for whatever reasons you want to believe You've also had some inventory numbers this week that had been very bullish for prices. So you've had API in Eia data which were significant draws based upon upon what people expect the key here is not status quo. The key is to what extent are they going to not only extend deeper into two thousand twenty but probably cut to one and a half to one point six barrels and and I think that if you if you look at where supply demand dynamics in the market right now I think they need to get through the middle part of next year because there is a bit of a glut coming online oil prices right now by the way are as high as they've been since right when The Aramco targets were were bombed over the summer. So that's that's pretty pretty impressive going into this meeting. We're literally looking at what could be the worst trade of the last decade countdown. The final days of of this one is anybody think that energy is going to be a place to be twenty twenty for trades. Absolutely I mean listen. Exxon on mobile for example Exxon's against sixty six sixty six and a half which was the lowest on December. We've bounced around there recently. A lot of people think somebody just came out and said there's fifty percent percent upside next so am here for trade. It makes sense slumber J. off eight huge double bottom from October at these levels interesting. I think you're GONNA see analysts. Upgrade Radim are they sustainable moves no probably not but for trade slumbers as up twenty percent in a week and a half two weeks. I think you can get another ten fifteen percent out of that. I mean maybe because that Obviously there's a lot of leverage there but look at the exit and you look at forty three percent of it is Chevron and Exxon and the exit looks like a disaster. It's just a series of lower lower highs over the last six or seven months had that nice balance in the mid fifties recently. But I just think that if you see any weakness in oil you have actually going back down led by the integrated and this trades kind of a wash out for a while. Those were great trades at Jalan Slob and some of those drove off the lows. And I know that there's some other things going on with some of the UH other more levered names. Those are trades. I think the Exxon the Chevron ourselves I just think let's say we get a little bit of a boost in oil. I think there's a lot of supply is just waiting to come on and so I wonder how much of a sustained rally could. We really see an oil when the supply demand dynamics might just be off. It's hard to even Makeup Cup of a bet with any conviction not knowing where growth is going to be next year either. We're we're still kind of up in the air globally on where we're going to shake out. Yeah and I think people of we've always tried to determine whether it's supply story demand story and I think it's really is we're all saying it's it's a supply story I do think that big emp And even some of the mid cap players and some of the responders are being run more. Say this all the time but there's much less cap ex. They're not throwing money at every project. They are being run better. And that's the thing that's going to get you the turn Excellent was my final trade last night on a relative value to what I think the SNP has done. And I think that's that's about taking a look at something that's way way over so okay. Let's despite the biscuit back to the markets despite the rocky start to the month our next guest says you have nothing to fear. And it's time to actually put risk on Robert Slammer from refund strategies at the plasma. Break it all down Rob Scott Okay. So I think we're at a really interesting point in the market in the Brahma tres for risk obviously is the small-cap next we're looking at here. This is the daily chart going back to the beginning of January two thousand nineteen and clearly trying to break out big trading range between call it fifteen hundred. Did Fourteen fifty to sixteen hundred sitting here right at this range and this is where you really get this bowl. Bear Pushing Paul Right. We've had the the bowl sort of succeeding now. A lot of the bears are arguing. This is where it peeks out and it's possible is certainly an argument there but I think there's fifteen eighty level is really key in fact. I think we're not GONNA get much of a pullback here so we're going to see how that's GonNa turn out what you really want to focus on though is that relative performance versus the S. and P. Five hundred. It's been in a clear downtrend all the way through two thousand nine hundred and you have a low here back in October Tokyo higher low here and it hasn't quite exceeded this point but I think we're not turn that's going to be a pretty important signal. That risk is back on. So let's talk about ideas there's bulls and bears in the market. People are very bearish very obvious reasons and understandably so we're still bullish. We think the market cycle still has a lot more to go on the upside longer term. And so let's take a look at the old Pittsburgh Platon loss coming out of this four year trading ranges the chart that goes back to two thousand thirteen. It's the two thousand fifteen highs and it's just coming hang onto the trading range back beginning or the middle of the year sideways and up. That's an incredibly bullish chart. Somebody told me a long time ago. Trade what you see not not what you think. And this is a chart that is incredibly bullish coming out of this two year trading range. It's a really a positive indication for cyclicals. And here's that relative strength just starting to reverse at five downturns that's a pretty bullish chart. It's cyclical we like it long term. We want to be involved and then not everybody wants to buy cyclical stock. So here's a growth name Alibaba. It had a big bear market in here had a one leg up sideways and starting to break out so for growth managers. We still like this name. We think there's more upside in this relative strength trying turn so for the bears. You don't like anything I'm saying you think. The market's negative got more to go on the downside. Let's take a look at five or you got about a three point. Eight dividend on it. It's come right back to this two hundred week moving average which for me is always the long-term support level. It's an ugly chart but it's into a tremendous amount of support here. I think you're downsides limited limited. You'RE GONNA get paid to own it. You can ride out whatever volatility we see going into the end of the year beginning of the first quarter and that relative strength is just been crushed. I think you can do fairly well. Adding this to the portfolio to diversify against some of the cyclicals and you'll be paid Going up to the end of the year round over we will continue the conversation. There are a lot of people look at the Russell sort of if you want to call her breakout over the last three months outperformed the SNP and say that's confirmation that you've got a higher move. Yeah have we broken out though the high in April the WM the Russell was one sixty one here. We are now basically at one sixty one so my book it takes a little more of the breakout. I mean I think you can make an argument that we're SORTA SORTA topping out here if we're not. You probably have another seven and a half percent to that one seventy four level quickly. I think Mike mackerras on with Jim Cramer last night the GOP PG and he really made a very bullish case but it's all about a company with ten percent EPF EPS growth that trades at a twenty multiple. That's rich in this environment. In my opinion what about it guys take on on the Russell. So He's right. Look it's marginally broken out. And it's sitting on top of that trading range and all the short-term indicators are overbought living talking about the short-term data being being stretched for what the last two to three weeks I think the bears have been sort of run over Ronna but I think it's just marking time. So we're going to see. I think fifteen eighty on the on the Russell. Two thousand is a pretty critical level. I think it goes higher. I think the pattern that we saw through the middle of two thousand nineteen where we had these rallies and fails and rallies and fails. That's not the pattern to be looking at the cycle bottomed and I think. It's starting to emerge the upside. I think the markets in a trending environment short-term oversold it's GonNa stay short-term overbought. It's going to stay over by for quite some in time. You what you just said something you could attach to commodities and a lot of industrial names in fact PPG out underperformed the S&P by almost thirty percent on a five year basis. We always talked about the accelerate. Does is that a sign that a lot of these traits bottom started. I think so when you look at a lot of these charts had one to two year sideways to down bear markets markets. Many of them caught up to two hundred week moving average. That's a long term for your trend. And they're starting the bottom. We saw that with Caterpillar. We saw it with J. P. Morgan breaking the two year trading. Right so incrementally you're seeing charts break out of these two year training. I think it's very bullish. So you saw the first chart you had as pretty big divergence urgence right between a very wide. Have you seen that divergence yet. You don't care not have to go back and look at it. I don't have a metric for you. But the Russell doesn't infect the Russell doesn't isn't lead in the big bull market actually lags on a five-year rolling basis. If you go back in time it's not the leadership in the market you get spurts. But it doesn't have to lead for us to be in a bowl. Oh Mark Roberts could have any thank you thanks for being here all right coming up we have some after hours action in zoom video Crowd Striking Ulta beauty. Those companies just reporting results. We will break mcdown too big headlines Plus presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren proposing a big change in how companies do business more on. That is ahead. We're live from Times Square in New York City. And there's there's much more fast money right after this this. CNBC podcast is brought to you by gained bridge a smarter way to protect and grow your savings. This is Gary Shatskikh. I'm a fee only financial adviser and we'll share my thoughts later in the podcast on minimizing risk in the current market. More to come soon fast. Money time for little earnings whiparound from a a couple recent. IPO too big name in beauty. We have seen a motive standing by with the latest on zoom video and crowd. Stripe will be start with health. Solomon back at H. Q.. With the latest on Ulta. Hi Hi Scott. So what a difference. A quarter make shares of ULTA are rallying after a strong third quarter. Last time I checked they were up about ten percent. Nine point six percent now so in August. They've reported the stock tanked about thirty percent after disappointing results. The news today providing a bit of relief for the stock now domestic makeup skills or soft across the industry. But we're we're seeing growth is skin-care you're on the conference call. That's taking place right now. CEO Mary Dillon pointed to how they're trying to capitalize on that we're taking a number of actions ensure we fully recapture the opportunity of the skin care trends for example this year we've added more than thirty new skin care brands who are sort. -ment increasing their offering across mass in in prestige and we're increasing the focus on skin-care in our marketing campaigns as well as leveraging flex space in stores to highlight key brands and newness in this growing category eighty and the Kylie cosmetics cody partnership that was announced a few weeks ago. That will almost certainly come up. Also is the exclusive retail partner for the brand Scott. We're GONNA flag any news. We get from the call on that okay. We appreciate that very much. Let's trade it here on the desk. Yeah it was kind of a big relief rally straddle before was announced they were expecting eight or nine percent. Move but this is interesting because the multiple here had really gotten crushed. It had been the last three years average of thirty and it was below twenty going into this prince and there was a lot of skepticism. Awesome wasn't a huge giant quarter. But it's certainly good enough but I think I think we'll see you continue to be rerouted a little higher back closer to that higher multiple. I just think there's there's such a tailwind in this space still when you when you talk about even even guys probably exfoliating after the show tonight so I mean I think if you look at the margins in this space you look at the competition but you look at. What has I've been able to do? I like the trend here. Yeah so I mean I have to respond to that. I can't just sit here. Law Typically would but I use saint ives Scrub it's made from apricot pits. That I believe are crushed it say wonderful exfoliating number one. That's why eighty two. I looked the way I do number. Pretty Su- if you look at. It traded down to thirty. Basically that was the December low held valuation is reasonable previous. Eighteen percent growth rate margins. Were better than people. Oh expecting a ten percent operating margin I think despite this move higher you can buy the stock still okay. Let's move on to zoom and respond you just I have to move on. Go to zoom great. TV show do our seema. MODY is all over those earnings results after the Bell Sima. What's the latest okay? Scott three words slowing slowing revenue growth. That is not what the street wants to hear from Zoom in IPO. Darling that has been on a tear this year revenue growing by eighty five percent of the third quarter compared to a ninety six percent growth rate in the previous quarter zoom which specializes in remote conferencing services went public in April. Sixty two dollars a share air even with today's losses it's still up about seventy seven percent since its IPO now. Another recent listing cybersecurity from route strike trading higher at this is our strong earnings plus it raise its guidance for fiscal twenty twenty as more companies prioritize security services over concerns of getting hacked the CFO of the company said he expects Comey to be free cash flow positive and fiscal twenty twenty one. The stock had a strong start on the public markets but recently has been under pressure in just a few few days crowd strikes. IPO lockup is set to expire. The stock is down about forty four percent from its highs. Hit Back in August Scott. I'll send it back to you or I appreciate that Seema. Thank you Tim Cross-strait to me. Their their customer list is a WHO's who of the Fortune Fifty Fortune. Five hundred. Whatever you want to say? They are taking market share. This was one one of those high profile. IPO that wasn't making money. They went from ninety five down to fifty as we just discussed the fact that they are taking market share right now in the cloud they're taking it from semantic semantic goes through their acquisition. Who is the legacy player I think at these levels the market has been able to digest? How much was hype? And how much is real and again. THEIR CUSTOMER LIST IS A. Who's who oh and that is an interesting orderbook? I hear they got that server. let's go to zoom though I'm zoom is really interesting because you know the story of two thousand nineteen we're all these very expensive expensive tech. IPO's and most of them are losing money. This one was basically not losing money. I mean this is a break even companies and that was a really interesting part of the story. It's still up one hundred percent from its IPO earlier in the year. And this is one where okay so there decelerating from ninety something percent growth. This is going to be a thirty percent plus grower for years to come and when you talk about where they are in the enterprise and the clients that they have to sign up. The adoption is very early on this product. So to me you know down. Ten percent percent in the aftermarket. I suspect this closes well on the year because I know this is a name that is still in demand because they are basically profitable on an adjusted basis. Everything's going to be scrutinized. Nice more heavily in the year ahead for certain this name notwithstanding all right for more on today's a big day earnings head over to CNBC DOT com. And here's what else we have coming up on fast today. Elizabeth Warren has some big plans for big mergers. Her proposal could mean for 'em manet and the startup trying to keep up with the big guys. I'm later cello. Corneas clamoring to get the cannabis industry to fall in line but will this be another stumbling blocked. The stocks we dive into that and lor was best money. Returnees welcome back Democratic Full Elizabeth. Warren cracking down with a new antitrust policy. One that would ban quote mega-mergers between Big Companies Illinois is in DC with more on this Scott. This is still just draft legislation but it does put some flesh on the bones of the campaign promises that Warren has been making on the the trail. Now a source tells me the new ban would kick in when one of the merging companies has forty billion dollars in annual revenue. It would also apply if both of the companies each each have at least fifteen billion dollars in sales so that would mean that her plan would cover more than two hundred of the companies on the fortune five hundred list from General Electric to the goodyear tyres to some of the elements in the bill are similar to what we've heard from other Democratic presidential candidates like rival Bernie Sanders he's also called called for bright lines for banning murders though he did not provide any specific numbers sanders also suggested undoing deals that were done during the trump administration still unclear. If Warren's bill would be retroactive. I am told though that her office is talking to Congressman David Cellini as a potential co-sponsor for this legislation. He is the one one leading the house antitrust investigation into big tech and that has yet to wrap up. So the timeline for introduction is still up in the air meanwhile sources due caution that this is a work in progress so those forty billion and fifteen billion dollar thresholds could still change and that maybe the metrics should be something like total assets of market share or perhaps all of the above but ultimately the goals of concrete parameters for mergers and shifting the burden to business to explain why mergers make sense. Those aren't GonNa Change Scott over the alright. Ilan thank you that's he l'envoi in In DC a work in progress from a candidate who is not even close to getting the nomination to sounds a little out there now. Well I mean fifteen billion forty billion. Nothing these are. These are bright lines. I mean I I. It's going to be blinding light When you talk about real companies and in a DOJ that's there to do this job and evaluate every deal based upon the merits of the deal and the actual ability or whether there are anti competitive dynamics at work? So I you know I don't think this is a very market-friendly dynamic to say the least thing and I take this is something that really is something we should be worried about. I don't think this is my point at the way it should be. I mean this is legislation. It's worth saying we don't care what industry you're in. The deal was the market is how big it is who your competitors are forty billion fifteen. That's the way we should decide. There's a sense of irony here because you go back and look at mega-mergers and really what we're talking about. She's seems most focused on the higher end. They don't really go that. Well you know at the end of the day so it might be doing the C. Suite in the US a bit of the favor. But I would tell you that. I think what you're all saying. We don't need legislation. We have government agencies to take care of this sort of stuff and so obviously as the political winds change. We see different different attitudes towards these sorts of mergers but the bigger issue might be right. Now what does it look like with companies merging and how much can China block it or the US block cross-border ordeal put all this stuff together and it doesn't really kind of portend. Well for emanated going forward if this was to become legislation well speaking of two thousand twenty. Our next guest says stocks could not a big rally in the New Year. Let's bring in Jonathan Golub. Chief Equity Strategist at Credit Suisse Credit Suisse. Excuse me welcome back. Thank you just playing off this. This news from from Elizabeth is Warren. I mean this is one of the kinds of risks that investors are GonNa have to entertain and I think that you guys all got this right. which is this isn't going to happen? This campaign rhetoric. This isn't really proposed legislation that as a shot and there's all kinds of mechanisms to address these kinds of things and you hit it. This is just not. This is not the way it's GonNa but more important thing is the market doesn't care and frankly I think right now if you if you don't look at the polls will do a survey among wall streeters. What they're really saying is that you're either going to have the president with with another term or a or moderate Democrat and that these? Oh she's a probably not issues that we're going to have to face whether it's right or not I don't know but that's really. The consensus view among investors. The headline for the market next year for investors is going to be. What do you think the headline is that the earnings are going to be? Okay the market is GonNa do way better than you think on okay earnings and I look if the return of capital that companies right and they give a dividend yield of two percent you companies buying back more than two percent of shares so the return of capital is over four interest rates are under two percent. You have a fed who's been pretty clear that they're not going to be an adversary even look at last year the Fed was adversarial to the market. This year will. Oh probably our estimate is that will probably end up with five plus percent. APS growth last year. It was about one and when that last year twenty one thousand nine hundred better but not brilliant earnings market market can go up with that. I do my target is a little bit shy of ten percent upside from from here and I think that you're going to get. I think this is weird. Reluctance people have when the multiple on market is eighteen to say it's already higher-than-normal can't go any higher because most of the stuff if that's happened in the market the gains are due to multiple expansion now right earnings. Weren't they really now. You really need earnings. You take a look what happened this year is. Is that the big nick pickup but we had multiples was an unwinding of the fourth quarter of last year. So if you looked at this year and last year combined you have basically you know relatively audibly flattish multiples and you have okay. You know you're not looking at anything that's set so brilliant so but I think the real key here is is is at the cost of capital is low compared to the return of capital. That means this thing is going to go up and people can get this wrong is you're going to only look at earnings number and they're gonNa miss the fact that the environment is supportive. You can't make a market timing call on the back of this but Warren Buffett sitting around with one hundred and twenty two billion dollars so cast his big indicator the one that looks so I think it's a wilshire five thousand market cap over. GDP one hundred forty seven percent. Last time we saw something like that. I think in two thousand I mean the markets extended ended on his metrics. Is that scary No I that doesn't look at is what's the discount rate with. What's the interest rate environment? And how strong the economy take look at Germany. For example they have a huge economy and very small capital markets right. We have a big capital markets and unless bank lending. So it's is it a crude rule rule of thumb yet. It's nothing more than that so I don't I don't see that there's right now is is a headwind. What would make me concerned if you have If inflation tight labor market nobody's talking about inflation. Do I think we're GonNa see it absolutely not. The market's a little bit ahead on the cyclical rally that we're we're convinced that the economic data is going to get better. Do I think it's going to show up absolutely. Could we be wrong collectively. Sure I mean right now we have an. I assume that has not yet shown any any resilience to jump. But there's a whole bunch of other metrics that are saying it's going to so I'm on I'm on the right side of this one but you know we could all be disappointed. Jonathan's good to see it being here Tim. Well attention mentioned in German factory orders this morning. We're down point four percent. They're expected to be higher to the German. Economy is not showing you any signs of turning around The big numbers. We have payrolls tomorrow so the question is if the the US consumer stays working stays employed and we get three to four percent Wage gains. That's that's going to be very difficult to derail in terms of the economy. We're seeing and the trends terrible. But they're not good on. ADP they're not good. Today's jobless claims in you know we're not hiring more people. We're not firing more people right now. But that's something. We have to watch here quickly. I mean he makes sense. I think actually the Fed. I could see us getting more help from the Fed next year. Actually which would be good for stocks. All right speaking of trade. Don't Miss National Economic Council Director. Larry cudlow on Squawk on the street tomorrow. Nine Thirty A. M. Eastern right here on CNBC coming up. It's been a bumpy year for one particular airline stock. What's going on? And Will there be more turbulence ahead who make it all down. We're back with fast money. United Airline CEO Oscar Munoz the latest exact stepping down in a busy week of top level shakeups united president. Scott Kirby set to take his place Philibeaux in Chicago with more Phil. Hey Scott this is a move. That doesn't come as a huge surprise in the airline industry. Look Oscar Munoz. When he hired Scott Kirby back in two thousand sixteen most? Everybody said look. It's only a matter of time. Before for Oscar Munoz. Once he writes ship might say okay. I'm going to turn over the reigns to you. That's what's going to happen next. May Moon News up to the Executive Chairman Job. Scott Kirby become CEO and this brings up the question of S- Kirby's game plan for united. It's basically going to be the same one we've seen since he came to united. And it's a pretty simple formula relive that has really paid off. He's added four to six percent capacity in two thousand eighteen this year. He'll do it again next year. That means more flights here in the US. Going through their hubs particularly Denver Chicago did that grows revenue the margins also grow along with that and guess what else grows earnings take a look at united verses is their biggest competitors over the last couple of years no comparison there are forty percent over the last couple of years yes. It's been relatively flat this year but the entire tire industry has been like that. And I also want to show you united versus American Airlines. And the reason we're showing you this if you look at American Airlines united by itself but if you look at the American Airlines over the last year it's down twenty six percent you look at united it has outperformed American. The reason I'm pointing this out Scott is that it has been mm swirling around in circles in the airline industry over the last couple of months that Americans board would say you know what we lost Scott Kirby back in two thousand sixteen and we lost just a lot of our Mojo should we bring him back potentially as a CEO. Now no formal offer was ever made to Scott Kirby and we're not saying that Doug Parker is going to be replaced as American. CEO But that rumor was out there has to make you wonder if at some point the United Board Scott that they said okay. We've got him here. Let's not lose him who've with him into the top job. Don't want to let them out the door. Phil thank you we appreciate it. That's filled Abo- it just speaks to. How highly regarded Mr? Kirby is in the industry and I think a lot of people would attribute He to be the growth behind united over the last couple of years. Not Necessarily Mr Munoz Mr Kirby is seen as a very aggressive industry player And if anything I think it puts united to continue to press the pedal to the metal in terms of how they're going to try to grow network capacity which isn't always good for the stock people very worried about that And I would just go on to say that the airlines as a sector are such great trading stocks. You've seen united in the last two years. Give you about fifteen opportunities of up and down. Fifteen percent ranges I think they're worth owning on valuation. And I think there were trading. There's only so much a CEO can do in these businesses and that's why maybe in other businesses when the superstar are in waiting gets gets promoted to the top job the stock pops stocks aren't doing anything today. Yeah well I think so As sort of been telegraphed I mean they did make him president last summer summer. But I think you're right th there's more industry stuff there's more sort of macro. How many levels can you say? Oh what do I mean. Well little passively at choosing to add capacity strategically adding capacity. But then you have some macro issues that they're all gonna move together or coming up oils on a slide this year but one option straighter. Is betting big on a big boost. Ahead stick around for that trade plus take a look at our Kramer Cam ship gym talking with Japan CEO. Brian Nichols about the fast food. Giants Red Hot year. Hear that some sword. That full interview is coming up top of the hour on mad money but don't go anywhere. There's fast after this break background fast. Money Energy stocks can't seem to catch a break the sector getting hit again today even as crude oil ticked higher amid today's OPEC meetings those meetings breaking up just in the past hour. Iran's oil minister saying there is an agreement but providing no other details the Saudi energy minister. Meanwhile saying saying we'll hear quote beautiful news tomorrow. We'll see. Energy is by far the worst performing sector. This year is just about flat this decade. Even more worrisome. Two thirds of the the names in the space or in a bear market but some options traders are betting that things might turn around in twenty twenty Blue Line capital president. Bill is over at the plaza with the action. Their bill crude oil has gained as much as six percent this week but guess what energy stocks have missed the bus again but there are traders out there who are buying options. Mr Buying call options in particular. We're looking at the X.. Oh P and this is an. ETF Year Oil Gas production and this twenty two cost right for January expiration has sixty six thousand contracts trade today. This is almost thirty times the amount of regular daily volume coming into this month. So I'm fading that I want to sell those options and I'll show you why so what we're looking at here. I is a chart going back just this year. This is the high last October. We've seen ex-soap e lose fifty percent into this is month right here though. This line also brings some resistance at twenty two which happens to be strike price and then you also have the fifty day moving average there as well so real. We have a lot of resistance existence up there that this market has to chew through in order for those calls to be productive. That means I want to sell those costs. Let's look further out as well in this chart here than going out to two thousand eight. We we also have a low for two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen that we broke. We actually made a new all-time low in on Monday. When the S&P futures made a new all-time high overnight overnight coming into Monday now again? That's something I wanNA fade. I think we're GONNA see a new low coming in here and here. I'm going to say how we're GONNA play this. We're going to use what I call a risk reversals spread. I'm going to sell the twenty two calls. It's a twenty two twenty four call spread to limit my risk. I'm willing to receive thirty cents on that. Turn around and use that money to go ahead and buy this one thousand nine hundred seventeen dollars put spread. I'm looking for this thing to come in potentially new lows and EXO p. and when that happens I wanna take half that position. Offer the Prophet of fifty cents and let the rest ride risk reversal. Where ever heard of that before so really interesting? Oh Bill Bill Strategy. What I think is really really nice about it? He's pressing something that is really pressed down to the downside. He thinks there's he's GonNa be further downside in this strategy that he's doing particular is he's doing it so he's covered so he can't get blowout blown out to the upside if he's wrong pressing that short so I like the strategy especially if if you really trying to press something that's already ground down a lot because I know that he does not WanNa be naked short down so much so quickly you like to be dropped the double R I I love it. It's a great strategy. It's a great twitter handle. Follow it people. Well it's good to see you actually being here. It's built for more options action tune into our full show tomorrow five thirty. PM Eastern time coming up. What's up with all the pot? Stocks heading lower this week for cannabis king. There he is he's here he's ready to blaze a trail for what's next. We're live at the Nasdaq in Times Square for fast money still ahead. Walkabout fast money cannabis stocks getting stoned this week. Big names like till and acreage holdings leading the way lower and as these names get ready to close the door on. What's been an absolutely look dismal year and overlooked legal hurdle might be another buzzkill for the space? Jane Wells is in Los Angeles with those details. I J Hey Scott. One word compliance look legal businesses. You see their billboards in stores popping up all over. La they're learning they have to do things like Compliance Audit. That's another expense for an industry losing ground of the black market. Which of course doesn't do audits? Still those trying to go legit or hanging in there like Melissa Ethridge. It took two years for us to get our manufacturing license in Santa Cruz County and we are the only one ethridge says she has personally spent close to seven figures to get licensed for cannabis business. She's calling ethridge. Farms compliance has been an unwelcome surprise. Is Anyone compliant in California. I don't believe that they are now. Juli Crockett as a compliant expert at MSG. That's some marijuana consulting firm. The problem is California has so many rules with unintended consequences. Like you can't give out free samples which makes sense except it becomes an issue when you're at a trade trade show and your sales. People can't hand out samples to potential retailers. Or you can't even give it to your employees for rnd and cannabis taxes are going up January first. There are operators that are conducting illicit activity to pay their licensed industry taxes because they they can't charge the consumers those numbers without them going away. I mean that there is no competition at the consumer level between licensed and unlicensed ethridge farms is not can't easily let's go sell it and make a whole bunch of money because we are dedicated to compliance and to medicinally present. Sent this to the world. Ethridge is a believer in the plant and legality and in legality and she hopes hopes to have her products on the market. This summer. Guys all right Jane. Thank you Jane Wells for us all right tim by Jane but things are so bad in the pot industry that Willie early Nelson just announced. He's not smoking pot more so I mean that kind of tells you where things are With Jane is talking about is exactly though what the industry wants. Interesting wants more compliance so when in the cold mammal came out which was basically that said the feds would leave it to the states. One of the things they said you need more regulation in the industry said that said yes see we need more regulation. So what's going on on right now. The black market is running rapid in California. It's making a lot of the the the legal Non Illicit businesses lose money. They can't compete so again to be clear. regulation compliance Whether it seemed to sale of which there's all kinds of sophisticated software an industry that has had to be compliant. If you've been doing it right and I think this is actually good news. He's not bad news all year long. A number of names in the space. But I mean let's let's be clear. He joined our viewers. What names you are long? It would be a long list you can go online and you know go to the disclosure on vast money in my own. I think it's the way we typically do it. Okay But what I would I would say simply is. There's no question if you look at the you know. The industry continued taste to trade Somewhat lower. I think you've got a dynamic here where you've got a regulatory dynamic going into two thousand twenty which gives you some bright spots but valuations. US are really in a very different place. So that's you know I feel like he's blowing me now. He's not blowing you up quickly so this time. We know that that holds our next pepperidge. Farm Remembers Ethridge. Front way here at the one of those things. You get it like. You don't remember now marijuana short-term I'm seventy three times a break time now for final trades. Tim Your first. Bigger line. Discussion A. L. A. L. is definitely the least favorite name. Maybe at least quality name but I do think valuations very interesting here I like. Al You WANNA try that ticker Moreton a a thank. You appreciate the the second opportunity looking out for breath. I think this is a big relief to many who thought the story was broken into but is like. I don't like the Vikings up a lot but still did that. All all right Danny boy Yeah Energy Stocks Pop on anything OPEC you sell the guy got to hope you enjoyed your time urine. CNBC's fast money eighty five o'clock each night burien notice blackstone breaking up to the upside of you. Talk about talk about it today so you did. We did it does it for us. I was watching more for tomorrow at five. Jim Cramer begins right now now. There's a smart destination for anyone. The one who wants to grow their money. Knowledge Yourself Your family your future. It's time to invest in you. Ready set grow go to C._N._B._C.. Dot Com slash invest in you.

OPEC US Elizabeth Warren Scott Fed cannabis Tesla CNBC president Jane Wells Scott Kirby analyst CNBC Brian Scott Gary Shatskikh Vienna Brian Sullivan
THE 3 SECRETS TO BUILDING A GREAT CAREER IN ENTERPRISE B2B SALES

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

50:07 min | 4 months ago

THE 3 SECRETS TO BUILDING A GREAT CAREER IN ENTERPRISE B2B SALES

"One of the things. I've been doing when i've been interviewing these great reps as after we turn the mics off. I go tell me the best salesperson you know. What i'm trying to do is compound on the guest list. Keep crawling up around The community of great sales people. Because i think when you talk to people who are really doing it day after day Who are kind of you know not early in their career but kind of mid career where they've learned the lessons the hard way the things that we're all doing and we get a different perspective on them. And i think what i've learned is that there's a lot of ways to become great at sales it needs to match your market it needs to match your personality And there's a lot of ways to skin the cat. I think too many people look at sales. All you got to be natural gregarious person. You gotta be the killer. You gotta be hyper-motivated intense work ethic there's a recipe and the recipe is yours and it's up to us to find that fit for us in our marketplace within our personality our desires Today we got a great guest who was recommended by previous guest. And what i like about this is I it's a personal reputation. Commitment on linked in when i ask a lot of people just put their friends. Norman and i look at it and it's like oh. They've got two years of sales experience. They're just doing it to flatter their friend. And that's nice but it ends up wasting a lot of my time and my bookers time. What i wanna do is find the real great sales people the people who have really done it. The people that author sales people respect and appreciate and that's one of the characteristics. You're gonna here today. Because i found that the great killers that the top performers from a revenue standpoint tend to be a little bit of a lone wolf The people get into management tend to be much more of a team player mentor type. And there's nothing wrong or right here. It's where you want to go with your career and what lights you up. What excites you as a professional. Let's get into this interview a summit up at the end. Because i took away a quite a few lessons here. I think there's a lot in this interview. Not just about sales but about career strategy about interacting with the people within the team about what to look for in the companies and the industries that you go into because we all wanna become lucky lucky is having success without killing yourself and a lot of lock happens to be the right place at the drive time but guess what we get to the right place at the right time you can call it lock or you can call it Strategic planning to feel good about it but one of those elements is connecting building a network. That's also going to those great places because guess what they want to bring you along not to be nice but they know what you can do for them and setting that situation up as early as you can in your career will basically compound over the years. Let's get into it. Make sure you're checking out our friends over at co video. I think i'm going to release that. Webinar that i did with co video. There's a lot of golden their too much too much to give away for free. But i'm a very generous person. Also if you're in the courses listened to the and update you on the office hours. Yeah guess what. Guess who worked two holidays in a row here on office hours. Yeah guess who guess who showed up prepared with great lessons stuff that. I think you'll help you close more deals. Get into more accounts so go make sure you listen to them. So i worked hard. I showed up on two big holidays. That's right there's there's no rest for for the maverick over here Check out our friends over co video video crushing it. If you're not applying it in some way to get out if you're not using video we're all doing it today You might as well be good at it or batter. You know by a light by a little better camera. One hundred dollars too much Get little integrated into your email strategy about showing the client what you can do for them. Co video dot com. Here we go. Hey mike welcome to. The show is way getting started. It gets a little feedback on yourself. Little background yourself. Hey brian thanks. I appreciate it. I've been in a sale. I'm not in new york it in software sales for about thirteen years now i kinda just tripped and fell into it You know went on smells in college. I was really looking for for a sales job. But it's been a very fun. Run brought me from boston to new york to chicago to l. a. Inducting york in the last twelve thirteen year. So it's been great in y sales was just what was available at the time or so good question I always worked a lot Growing up i sold if you were in central massachusetts in the late nineties early two thousand probably sold you a couple of piping hot dunkin donuts coffee. I don't lemonade stands in my neighborhood. I always loved it. Loved the talking with people in having conversations with people and getting to understand what makes them tax. And i i did At the line for a finance job at a career fair bentley university. And this gentleman. Who's not one of my very very good friends. Brian scott looked at my age. My name tag in it said that i played. I played soccer. And i was the capital the team and he pulled me out of line like i need to talk to you. And that's how. I started my first round of interviews at a company called blade logic. Which which. I'm sure you know a lot of those guys came from. Pt its military. Some places pretty interesting. But that's what i saw bentley. My brother went to bentley taught. So i knew it accounting school. Isn't it most. Yeah financing accounting did just launch a sales school though i. I'm seeing a lot of lot of universities. I see mostly taxes but pretty exciting at. They're doing that as well. A lot of people think about as a career. So a you know. And i used to work for p. t. c. vp. Some familiar with the culture. How did you fit into that. So we started the inside sales team. I was just bdr. I didn't know what a blade logic was. i think i interviewed with the cro. John mcmahon when i was twenty two years old and had no idea how does wajid that i was interviewing with. I just didn't know. I didn't get he was great in the meeting I just didn't know what i didn't know got to learn from a lot of great Culture denver was was was actually pretty. Good you know. It was having focused on process medic in three wise and force management. And all that stuff. Right which i'm sure you could talk about in your sleep rate as it was just a great experience to a young very young age. Just get surrounded by not just those those processes but just the people that truly believed in implementing the right end and focus on solving a problem instead of just selling a feature and then get gobbled up by a huge company get gobbled up by a big company. The behemoth emc software chad this like wheel of just tons of different products in solution sets that. Solve all these kind of different things logic just like one thing and so just having to evolve in learn and understand new solutions and problems that we can solve. It was very very cool and interesting on and then from there. Just move my way up and got my shot. i got a call. Chicago had never been chicago and they were just like hey to an interview for a job in chicago. Full outside sales and i was like jer. Let's do and then. I moved to scott up. The rest is history. What was that like. Because you know i had done it like when you leave kind of what you're used to and you go to a whole 'nother geography you'll probably young and it was an exciting right you. You have to evolve in a data right. It's kind of what makes it fun. Changes is constant and that is really what what makes not just this job but life on in general you know every two years. I kind of look around and i've always had this just like hey should i be supplier like am i. Am i comfortable. Or should i push myself to do something new and become a little bit more uncomfortable to learn right and chicago i. I did boston new york for two years. And then they got the call. And i got the interview for a real outside software. Sales rep job at twenty five twenty six years old. You're going hard at that job as well. What was that like because you go from pounding. The phones to meeting people in person it was it was an experience obviously. Didn't start out with the premier account. List off you the cherries. Now i just. I just focused on the basics of what i knew. Which was you know. Constant activity with purpose right not just blind activity but purposeful activity. Where you're you're finding the right people to call on your understanding. How tech in what things might be looking to accomplish. You're making deposits in those people. Not just calling him wildly. Selma a widget right. You're constantly understanding and making deposits. Not thinking about the sale immediately but maybe twelve months eighteen months down the road two years three years lifetime right whatever it is so really just concentrate tippety finding right people doing the work that that is required up front. So if you think about mapping out the or charts mapping out the value pyramid of you know what is the company do all the way down to the benefits that we might be be able to deliver to help them solve problems and who cares about that So so all the stuff. I was taught the only difference was i was doing the meetings in person so i screwed up a ton of meetings tommy meetings but have fun with it and learn as much as i could You know and i wasn't afraid to tell screwing up meeting. And what was the difference from your perspective. I think it's a you know being able to be on your feet. Command commanding message was was critical right doing research very like everyone is going to be in the room. No matter how well you prepare. Something's gonna go wrong like the projector won't work or at the meeting rooms booked and you gotta do the meeting on the fly in the coffee room. No presentation like how do you. How do you talk through what we do and why they should care in five minutes or ten minutes when the cio comes in east twenty minutes later she's twenty minutes later and says only had five minutes. It's just a totally different world and people. Don't get that because if you do a zumra because it's usually pretty confined a absolutely but when you're in person and they go what i'll introduce you to the ceo. Something to say food that's happened to me. It's it's happened to me. You know what. I got into leadership that amex happened to myself. In one of our really really doubted wraps like we were in there with the cio and there was a big deal on their buying a company and the president of that company was erin. Ceo walked into the office and president company. They're requiring lucky office and he looked at my wrath and goes what you guys are great partner of ours i hear what would you talk to me. And she was she knocked out of. The park was great now. Did have somebody kind of help you through that process because you know in person sales especially when you're going in and not just talking to one person or i don't know was that a beauty contest type of sale where they will look at three to five vendors. You're one of them. Yeah it was usually at. Bmc was us a and You know whoever else right. Oracle is just the monitoring solutions right But yeah we have. People help allot rate. My first line leader at the time is a gentleman by the name of tom schmidt who then went on to become the cro about amex. He was helping me in every meeting. Not so much hand-rolling holding but really just like as a touch fall. If i if i met safi can help or ask a question that i might have missed my second line leader at the time. Was this gentleman by the dalai right. You know the president of the scale down was a cro You do meetings with me for meetings. Right was just a really fun to see these guys. You know didn't have to those meetings. But they were diving in in wanting to help young rapid impressionable rat. That could've been flailing on his own but instead had just all the support in great leadership. And which are the jobs really kind of fit you in your personality. The best so i i love leadership the most. I think it's cut of what i was taught and given by Folks that i've been working with for so long but it's just to me helping people and reaching back and pulling up you know. The next pd are helping the next inside. Salesperson go the assails rep were and accomplished leader. Whatever it is. I just really enjoy diving in in helping. And seeing where where add value to the team in the rep it does come from like the soccer background. It's it's possible. I think it's it's more You know my you know my mom. A single mom growing up to She was wearing many different hats and had managed myself and my older sisters. And then my nieces who did with aston just. It was just a very busy crazy house and you can always. She did very well and managed to house for a while with empathy and still installed a lot of values in our kids and her grandkids. Right and i think that's probably where a lot of it comes from. You know we've always We've all had a lot of help in troubling times I learned from those times. Those traits so my mom i think was a big impact on. What do you think separates people from k. Salespeople and so that's a great question I think okay. Sales people will go through the motions So i always every job especially leadership. I've always reframing gone back to basics every every quarter or two quarters will reject ourselves and make sure we're not getting complacent and comfortable right. I think reps that are okay or just fine comfort zone They'll stay at the mid level technologists selling features and they can be successful. Doing fine often. No nothing wrong with that. I think the great wraps or the ones that constantly are trying to learn more constantly are trying to uncover new pains in problems to solve are constantly thinking about. What else can be doing better. Who else can i help And they're driving activity purpose. All the time is not just pipeline generation on mondays. It's pipeline generation. You know every day of the week. Yeah and when you said like planning out the meeting yet right because you're going into the shark tank essentially right. Yes yes absolutely without knowing the sharks house you don't you know only what you've seen on on the internet right. You don't know what they're gonna come at you with and all and a lot of and had a manager who used to have the saying. Let's see how it goes. No no no no no. We're not gonna see our girls. I didn't get up at four in the morning to fly here to see how it goes. Let's let's exact through. Who do you think cares. where are they. What's going to drive them. What are we gonna get for the next step. I had a. I had a great leader. Parma paul On the west. Who used to help us. Strive question funneling purse per slide. So we practice before the first meeting or second or whatever was and we you know every slide had to have a purpose in a reason and you had to understand the why behind the slide otherwise it was a waste of not just your time with your customers or prospects time and by the end of it you'd end up having like only five or six very meaningful slides each one. You had questions to ask to to drive responses that you desire it because you thought you could solve the problem right you got to that level of detail very impactful meetings at maybe went thirty minutes but you really got a lot out of it or the customer got a lot of it right because too many people think it has to be solely about personality and charm and rapport but what creates. That is what the client wants. Not what you want to say exactly exactly and you get that deck from marketing. You know every january right it's like seven slide of gold and then and then you would also you run the risk of is you come up you show up and throw up the deck and you think you had a great meeting and you could leave that meeting in a customer could lead that meeting and forget about you the second they walk out the door and here you are thinking put Might clear salesforce. I got i got an opportunity and then two weeks go by three weeks. Go by for we still. You don't hear back from anyone. And now you just have this comfort video out. There comfort pipeline. That you you thinking you're looking at it's great. Everything's great it's not right. And if you trim it down to a handful of points and you see what resonates and then you you hold onto that and you make the rest of the meeting about that when there suggesting next steps exactly exactly you going away. Hey follow up. Two weeks crickets them saying well. The actually care enough to understand my pain my problem. They put themselves in in my seat and they delivered a custom presentation tied to the pain. Problem that they've researched. I think i could a you know. Use whatever they're selling potentially be made wanna do business with these people because if they put this kind of effort into just a thirty minute or an hour meeting like what are they gonna do throughout not just a sale cycle once the real selling happens in the real relationship after i buy right like how do they support me after i bought now when you got into leadership what did you look for in a so. We look for a high intelligence character. Coach ability curiosity. I think is a is a huge one that puts into all those rockets experience. Kind of as the as the cherry on top. And when you didn't see that what did you do Can a interrupt that works for me or erupt at that worked for you. Yes so so. It's all about coaching. To made it's If if i have if i'm giving a ton of energy to wrap in they're not matching energy. I think there may be an issue here rated skill or will Do they have the skill not just to do the job do they have the will made up level their skill set so in case of all the time in the world that those people that you know maybe they want to run through a wall. But there's door right there again. Let me show you the doors than how to get through it right so i i'm not heavily involved in helping develop. The teams in my leaders are as well. So we're very hands on and trying to level the tower And if you spot a gap We want to help that person. You better have. You noticed any pattern in hiring of either background like clearly. You're first hiring manager. Saw the soccer captain thing. Yes which screams this person's going to be good sales because the athletics. I've seen it's almost a hundred percent. Consistency has had to be coach. -able they they know what winning and losing feels like so they're competitive and they know how to work together right and you don't learn that in school you do not visit you. Don't learn from a book you have to experience it absolutely. What do you look for in wraps when you're hiring them so i there's a couple of stories recently of reps that we've hired One gentleman you know started in sold a landscaping business. And we like when he got me. We were in our final interview. Spent the entire interview on on that. And hearing the story of the uae end what and how he marketed. How don't pipeline in who was targeted audience market and and then ultimately how to build it. Why didn't sell dug into that piece. Big time right and obviously had been a successful seller in software already yet. You know five to eight years not like the twenty to twenty five years but he had yet good good experiences while credibly intelligent how he built his company any also travels a lot monster travel you dug into all these things that are different to figure out how he thinks and you can spot all these different amazing character traits along the way in this conversation instead of dislike having the hey told me about your win rate and talk to me about a deal. You want right. It's just a different conversation No one's going to bring you a deal. They you know a deal. That was bad really right. Maybe they tell you a chance story about something they lost and then ultimately it taught them something right. But it's it's usually pretty can but if you if you really dig into just these other stories you can find grievous in those stories and when you've what i've typically seen is you've got a a lot of great brand names here. Have you looked for people with non brand names. We've we found some. We found some people from different paths and areas so just hired a woman from adp which is just a complete different worlds. If you're successful. They're selling it just such grind. From what i hear right. And she's incredible and we think she's gonna do on stage one day right I've had people from earlier on in their careers when they're doing like monthly sales selling ads software and then i actually tapped into their network. We hire know three or four of the that profile because it was such a just like a crazy dislike They could close a deal on the phone right. They close a thousand dollar deal over the phone. And that's just such a different world had never been in that world before Hustle mentality was was very president and they were so hungry right because they had to be had to make the calls had do the research had to do all that stuff and so just a couple of different profiles fired from her. Because when you hire like fuse you went from a small company to a big brand portfolio company s. And what makes you successful. there is a lot of. it's getting the right territory at the right time the right brand lot of its maneuvering internally as opposed to selling externally but then there's all these like tiny little startups there's no brand recognition. No problem recognition. The product almost works. And there's no marketing you'll see after after the big brand. I went away to sumo logic. Which was like. I was a very early I opened up the southwest. I didn't have a sales engineer Supporting in the south west for six months And that was like. Hey you have five states go figure out you know right. That's when you really kind of because you don't have when they bmc a name recognition. They may not know what you sell. Sumo logic is gonna show up and be five hundred pounds and where we're diaper what what's going on here. No especially in a brand new market and you've got this blunk gorilla in the room and no one knew what samoa's it was It was crazy fun really fun. And so you built that from. Scratch the southwest. I started i had like southern california arizona nevada and some other things thrown in there as well so i think it was like twenty five hundred accounts. Something the dickey's was like. How do you even start right. It was it was not a true true early start. And what advice do you have for people going through a career. You've had a very progressive career without any restarts. Thankfully right very very fortunate For that so what. It's all about the people for me. It's it's seeking mentorship constantly from from new folks I mean you. You had me on this side podcast here. I'm you're probably gonna be getting some calls from a more more often than than you want. Right seeking guidance. I think something. I did early often in my career when i was a a bdr I just noticed that there were all these great people around me so why not go talk to them and figure it out so a lot like reading a book of people of if the tanya you know how to do not to do it why not read that book so you don't have to go experience for yourself or hey why not go talk to all these great people that are definitely willing to give their time I mentor a bunch of people myself. I give time back To them and i still seek a lot of mentorship leadership from a lot of people. And i think that's really helped me avoid avoid. The hiccups an island. I'm not alone wolf running around. I do think we're all in spoke together on my team. My boss feels the same way about it right. I think that's what i would. What i would tell somebody who's earlier on in their career You also kind of fallen. What i call the mafia strategy where you work for a great boss and the great bosses tend to get the great jobs at the great companies. And what are they want. They want to bring the team that they know trust in execute with them. S yes. this is my third company with Individuals this company. And i did the similar logic. Move was a was a different branch from the same group mark. Muscleman was the senior vice president at sumo and he was off the blame ajit branches. While i got very lucky and fortunate that the tree i landed on was was blamed. Majdic to meet all these. These great people and learn from them and the power of that is the relationship is already established. Yes so the man. You don't have the manager. Nobody's doing this rep. Nobody's doing this leader. Know what they're doing that's all taken care of. Yes it is. It's it's it's cool but to get. You had a really really perform. And i kind of screwed up in my career because i knew those guys that went to the same beach and they offered me this job. And it's like. I just kept seeing this same pod going from one company to another to another cooking. The plan equity at each one of them right and i was kind of the lone wolf. I know what i'm doing. I can figure out the the winners and the losers and he can't right because picking the winners big part of the career. That's absolutely right because if you you pick the wrong person in the beauty contest you're like attached to them and it just doesn't work out and when can you tell if somebody's worth mentoring or just whining If there it's a question. I've seen both of course I think it's their persistence. And then just how they ask the questions in what questions are asking. So are they calling me to complain about like a complex issue constantly Or early like. Hey mike i you know i would like to talk to you before i walk into this meeting in doubts. A couple of things awesome view of fifteen minutes right. Hey can i grab thirty minutes to debrief with you on that meeting. the follow up with you They have a meeting with you. A new customer or an internal meeting the document. A couple of great things are things they want to work on and they send you a follow up note. Ask you for time. An any also got another two recurring meetings every two weeks on at eight o'clock or seven thirty in the morning right. I think it's all up to that. Person seeking seeking the the guidance and out how much do you think of it as mindset versus skillset as i think mindset is plays a bigger role skills can be taught If you don't have the right mindset whether you know whether it's intelligence or character You're not going to be coach. Able and i can teach you. You know the skills or our team can teach skills And just show you that door instead of wall right i've got you know several stories like that of rep stitches. We took chances on because we saw how hard they were working. Hard work for us and you know it was hard but got them to you. Know top tier level reps for now. They're going and doing whatever they want. Whatever companies they want and do you have a particular interview questions or saw. I actually like the one you start out with It's pretty good. I also i also start with you. Know he wouldn't you want to talk about today. it's really. It's it's bizarre one but it it's really simple. It just keeps it soon for open ended. And i want to see if the person will take control the interview. If they've done the research and then from there you can kind of branch into many different areas like do they want take the whole thing in control it and run through. You know why they think you know. I i should hire them. What problem we can solve for me. you know what what we're doing at this company these gaylard how they can impact Or do they do. They just wanna show up like a win stored in a deal store though. And i flip it back to you when i go talk. Described the ideal candidate for this role screwed. You're starting to take control of the interview. That now i gotta get into question which worked for me probably ninety nine percent of the time as you describe them play with my time pointing to my face. That's great that's usually is the only question i have to ask during the interview and nine times out of ten the describe themselves and how about as far as like geography is a been a geography that fits. Your personality is a pretty diverse. chicago's different than boston. New york certainly manhattan beach. I was maybe it was a little little too fast talking in in manhattan beach california. I think The new york probably fits my personality a little better on. I do miss manhattan beach. Absolute beautiful town Chicago was a great balance. I think between boston. New york obviously still pretty pretty hardcore busts for a miss my family still in central mass. All that stuff. So and what advice would you have for somebody who's like that. Bdr early twenties wants to be successful but doesn't have that mentor. seek seek it. it's all over the place especially now i didn't have been linked in. I think we're just starting when i was applying logic so i had. I was lucky to have people right there that i could see and did no great on. There's people all over lincoln that our incredible sales professionals. And i guarantee you when you take a meeting with you if you frame it the right way just like your pg into a customer right An-and work incredibly hard And just things and constantly try and be involved in meetings like try- trying if you have a route that you've done really good things for meetings for include you in in new phoenix right. And then maybe help them with their value. Kermit can start to learn a little bit about what it takes us a rap or ask them questions. What are the things you need to do in your daily job that i can help you with so i can just can start to learn in an internal set stuff i had. I had a an art. Ara sally Blade logic Ohio and end up staying the family for seven days and he just drove me around. Customer meetings from ohio to pittsburgh michigan whatever and it was just as i was persistent in asking him to get into meetings silent he was like. Did you want to stay in my house really. You don't like okay. great. But if you know if i wasn't doing the work for him and then persistent about getting meetings. You would ever done that for me. Yeah i think that leading with a give work a whole lot more than the begging for fifteen. It's all about the deposits that it's you know. Hey gimme gimme the fiber towns that you haven't maybe craft into riots. Let me go build value pyramids for those end in order to start around. Who what why. And i'll come back you. Let's get fifteen minutes to work through. Loved understand how you've been attacked us. Accountants boom. Hey really pushing team today mike. Where can people go to connect and follow you. Mike ernest only. It's the best place. I think the connect with me and my team and really looking forward to seeing if anyone reaches out and expose Here's some of my takeaways from that interview. One is find a great company that that seems overwhelming at first and we have to have great judgment in our career. Because i i look around. And i i think i shared this with a couple weeks ago that i didn't experiment looking back over my career and the people that i worked with and where they are today and a long time period pretty much a good backup of career and i was looking for patterns. I was looking for what what clues are left. There and one of the things is got into a hot industry. He got into one of the better companies and here people tend to think of the big companies The big companies. they're fine. I got acquired by a big company. The only problem is in the big brand portfolio company. You can get lost. And sometimes the job becomes how to work within the company versus with the customer. Now if you go to small you don't have the resources you it's all up to you. You pretty much an entrepreneur with a company. And if that's your type as kind of what i did. It's okay an works. If the company's product works and the market is almost there. Because timing in your career is critical being there right at the right time. Not too early not too late and a lot of this is hard to tell one of the ways of solving. It is what you heard. Today is build up those relationships with the great managers. Now if you can find a great manager at a great company at the right time. It's golden now i understand. That's all magic but if you can judge it much like you judge a deal. Take the emotion out of it. Think about it logically get other people's opinions because it's time it's just as much as you sat. You're selling time if you get into the wrong equation. The wrong aquarium as my friend donald says check that out on the beat of revenue. Show this week. What happens is the aquarium. Doesn't support fish like us so it's really a matter of finding the right aquarium for us. Both your skill set where you are on your career your network your territory. It becomes kind of That right fit. And that's one of the things i heard today. The other thing. What i really liked is when you want help from other people help them i. This is something that. I think either last year the year before i harped on and it doesn't stick because as humans we're just the opposite we will reciprocate but we don't initiate we have to initiate because they're thinking the same way they're thinking i'm not gonna to reciprocate unless they initiate initiate. Help somebody and guess what they're not always going to help you. Okay that's a the right that's life. That's human interaction but sometimes they will and you know. I get hit on twenty-five thirty times a day on linked in with an ask and i pretty much all they had to do with like comment or share my stuff and i probably would fulfill their requests. That is fire awaited. By the time they did hit that button. I ask you folks just like tell a friend about the show. I put so much time and effort into this. That's all i ask. I begged for reviews and beg you to buy a product. Yes i'd love you to sign up for the courses if it's a fit but if it's not don't sign up i don't wanna bunch of weiner's i want or what i call chirs who come by take a picture and then walk away. Sales is not tourism sales engagement sales digging in. So if you want mentorship from somebody help them. I and guess who can help you the most. It's probably somebody who sold the product find that person who doesn't look act or feel like a great salesperson but they figured out how to sell it they figured out that it's not about having the territory or the account or having a magical personality. They found out what the customer wants. And how to keep that deal moving the real Nitty gritty about the complex sale. Then you can build something from that now. I want to update on the courses. Because they're just cooking right now because it's not just content is plenty of content probably more than you can consume in a year. But what you want as examples. You want interaction. You want community you wanna hear q. And a. you wanna hear case studies. You wanna hear long form. Discussion of interaction between great reps. How people have solved the problems in different industries and different channels different contexts. Because this complex sale and prospecting today has changed. Now the courses people always ask how long does it take to take the course while the core content and in wall clock time. Isn't that bad. it's becoming good at it. How long does it take to learn how to play guitar. You know it takes a couple of months to understand the cords and everything but it takes a lifetime to become good at it. Do you think the complex sale is any different that it's a performance and then it takes polish so the year is about a year of commitment a year of polish a year of understanding and enlightenment a year of connecting with other people because now that the audience is big enough. I'm connecting people who are in similar industries in different territories working in different somewhat different markets. So that they can build off of each other and customize the course to their particular audience when you hear people go through. These large deals step by step and preventing the things from going wrong. That's what it's all about because you can look back and we should be looking back in. The big lesson is where waste and fifty percent of our time. I talked to a ceo last week and he told me he didn't have a sales problem. And i love when. I hear that and like are you amazon are what do you mean. You don't have a sales problem so you three hundred percent of quota. No no no no. We made our quota. That's it. You have a sales problem. And i started to dissect it go. How many of these proposals close Fifty percent okay. So you basically wasted in half of every but then you appeal look back you know. How many the proof of concepts went to proposal. How many of the proof. The demos went to proof kept going fifty percent fifty percent fifty percent which means that about twenty maybe ten percent of their time as well invested and eighty to ninety s wasted and. This is not unusual. This is the norm because what ends up happening is people want the client to fit into their system. They want the client already anxious and acknowledgement of the problem and ready to buy. This is the time if you don't become great at sales you're wasting easily half your time. Plus you got understand the other part of it. You gotta take time off right. You got the holidays. You got Vacation you got family emergencies you got. Burn out all of that stuff. That goes a month or two in aggregate over the year. And then he got the bs qbr's kickoffs and stuff. Yeah some of it's good. Some of it's eh not so good. That's another couple weeks. Maybe a month and then he got the okay. Update me on the pipeline is. I don't want to read it out of the crm stuff. There's a day a week plus putting it in that they don't read and all of a sudden the amount of time that you really have to sell is so little and then the effectiveness is fifty percent. You've got to increase that if you don't how much is that costing you. How does that going to feel. What are we as we all think. More of it is looked back on the last quarter the last month and what i always used to do is i would make a copy of what. My forecast looked at the first day of the quarter and compared it the what closed at the end of the quarter. And it's shocking. How different it is that. It is just this tiny bit that closes and all of the stuff that you work on. And it's like where's my judgment. Where's my how do i determine what to work on. Everyone talks about activity but activities assuming that each item has an equal likelihood of closing that each one of these You just have to unturn the the nutshell or to see if there's a nut in it and if you do that enough times you'll find that's a simple sale. The complex sale is just the opposite. Which one is most likely to have it based off of stage people Engagement how do we put acid tests into our process to determine really where we are because guess what they're telling us what they believe at the time which is a feeling and they are not professional game changers you understand that. The bigger the company is the default is to not do anything. There are people who paid their at the company to make sure nothing changes to make sure nothing gets done. The call bureaucrats they get power by not doing stuff not by doing stuff. And how do you work around that. Become great at sales because the be players. I bet talked to a friend be player. Who's unemployed. How are they going to get a job. A player's okay. You can probably get a job. You've got to be a maverick. You've got to be that person who can figure it out and not in the macgyver way. Not in the paratrooper way. Where under any circumstances. I know what to do. You gotta be knowing it like they wake you up and you understand how a deal works. Not how you know how to escape while the bomb is ticking. As for the movies the reality is where professionals and we have to understand how companies by not. Hey what's the magic trick. The decoder cheat code to get this deal done. Everyone looks for the cheat. Code and I haven't found it. And i haven't found anybody who has founded some people are magical with their personality and they might be able to charm. Somebody i guess that's somewhat of a cheat code. But what i found to be. The real thing is to keep the process going to understand what's going to happen to think through multiple steps in advance The pounding on the phones and the bagging and the pushing Tends to work in the simple sale. Not so much in the complex sale complex sale many decision makers many decisions to make many steps large dollar amount more likely to stall close. Let's get it to close. Check it out at bb revenue dot com. Do me a favor tell a friend about the show. If you see my content fly by unlinked in a little like little thumbs up the comment a little share would be appreciated. Check this out on youtube as well. I got a couple of other podcasts. Sales leadership show check that out. We hear the best sales leaders in the world the b2b redo leadership show. How about that more leaders sales questions. If you just like the tips and tricks. Check it out seven days a week. I give the best tips and sales. We'll see you next time.

chicago bentley university John mcmahon wajid new york bentley boston soccer tom schmidt Parma paul Brian scott dunkin donuts mike safi Selma Muscleman Majdic Norman
Inside Sports Fantasy Football- Turket Week is Upon Us...Gobble, Gobble with Jasen Dutch!

Pop Culture Cosmos

44:00 min | 1 year ago

Inside Sports Fantasy Football- Turket Week is Upon Us...Gobble, Gobble with Jasen Dutch!

"All all right our back for another episode of Insight Sports Fantasy Football. It's Joe Glasgow. Coming right at you hear from inside sports fans. See football the Lakers fast-break podcast. I am pop culture cosmos. What can you to another great episode and also want to give a big shout out to a new radio network that we are now part of we cannot thanked gymnast for being a part of it? And that's the Koga Valley Radio Network in Ohio so we cannot think enough for being part of the radio network playing inside sportsman fantasy football but the man is here right now is going to tell everybody out there and also great listeners. Out there on the PODCAST. What's going on with fantasy? Football is my good friend. You gotta check out his podcast. The voice from the underground today at every single major podcast outlet they have great conversations on pop culture politics cigars and so much more. You got to check it out today at the via few is my good friend. One of the three great guys from the few extra Jason Dutch. But we're on the radio now. Slow tell you it's a yes on the radio indeed so it was just cannot think CBRN CBRN enough for being a part of it. But I tell you what my friend it was a very eventful week eleven in the NFL. So first off. Did you have a good week as far as your fantasy team is concerned. Because I'll tell you what how I did hear soon as you're finished well one of my team seems to lose every week. No matter what happened so I have three leagues that I met that matter that I pay attention to that went one and two this week. and which is you know pretty. It's pretty typical at. It appears to in one or one and two usually higher gonna go those three and a week. Sir are difficult to get my my imprint. Achievable Wolf Fortress Team had some guys on by and if you underperformer so they lost but it's okay because I still have the number one seed already wrapped up and I you know. I figured better to score ninety points now then in week fifteen so definitely happy. Be that I kind of happy that I lost my leaks. Well my friend I want you to go ahead and reach out and virtually touch my shoulder. Okay Okay Birdman. Your bird took Chris because I am the hot man indeed in our league right now up to you. What six wins in a row for me six six winds were excited pumped? My team has just been rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling former third baseman go. That's Ro Elian there. Scott Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling. It's been great D- what finally finally been able to put the pieces together. I've had one of those teams that has the highest scoring offense. Like you mentioned in a previous episode you have the highest scoring offense but but everybody seems to be scoring will against you when you're matched up against them. Everybody has big delays and whatnot so it was finally translated that these teams were either. You know just not paying attention or does that this ad also just a lot of good luck maybe comes into play but yes I've been able to maintain those highest scores weekend week out at us. Finally translating into success just keeping steady keeping healthy players in there that are productive focusing in if I need to go ahead and plug a hole all in there just to go ahead at focused just basic fundamentals. We have been learning from you guys here on the show but also learned over the course of many years. It's just just just basic Fundamentals you stick to it you pay attention team. You can come back from pretty much. Any deficit saw. I'm now in the thick in the mix of the playoff race and I've just so excited excited need but you know what they you know what you should say about yourself. What's that I'm sizzling right now? That's what you should say. Say All right whatever I get into that right now. That's for your show. The voice from the UNDERGRAD. On Your smart guy when it comes to fantasy. Yeah apparently while these for this for the past six weeks I've been it's just been a great run so far but to all those fantasy owners who are kinda down. What not there? There is still time to make up right now. I think the fancy football playoffs are still what two three weeks away monarch correct. Well depending on your league. Most Leagues I think played thirteen games. So this this is the last Hurrah Hurrah. Yeah if you have If you're one of those leagues that plays in week seventeen or possibly Eur in one league a League where there's only two rounds to the playoffs. Then you might play into week fourteen but I I have not been in a league that played a regular your season game in week. Fourteen in a very long time probably been spied six years so So yeah I think most people are wrapping things up this this week a fair enough but there is still time for many football teams to go ahead and make the right moves out there one team team in particular if you're following them or utilize players on that team is a Seattle seahawks. They're obviously doing a great job at nine two overall as a regular the football team out there in the NFL. But I want to ask you this. There was a major change in the way to go ahead and distribute the rushing attack at this point in time involving someone. That's a drafted very high and I know a lot of other people drafted very high as well and that was Chris Carson. I took a gamble at benched him this week and paid off for me because I have someone else in there. It was going to go. That was very productive. saw very thankful for that but for all team owners out there that have Chris Carson on their team. It's kind of nervous time because reshad penny took off. And if you don't have him as you always like to say handcuffed to each other and you have him as a backup as far as shot. Shot Penny is concerned. It's kind of concerning if you have Chris Carson on your team and you see someone else getting all the rushing yards at this point in time in the season right well you know it kind of came out of nowhere. A Penny had retired penny was a guy who had didn't particularly care for out of college. He had a very poor. The overall aggregate of his rookie year was poor. He's been poor this year up until this week. He only had one week. I believe where he had over ten fantasy points and ten for me is sort of the barometer. You know if if if you get ten points P P are not really you know out of a position then at least you probably didn't start at that particular week. You know nine. Sometimes it's acceptable but you know maybe from tight end but as far as Chris Carson goes a penny number one yes you should if you had Carson Carson you could have easily acquired penny either via waiver wire or unless you're in a super deep league you could've traded nothing to get him you know so so it's sort of unforgivable to not have handcuff especially on that team because penny was not like I. I would argue that it would be harder to have gotten say Madison or Bonifant or however you pronounce his name from Carolina. You know the backups to Delvin Cook and to see 'em seat then it would have been to get reshad Brad Penny but reshad penny came out of nowhere either way even if you have them or not China still screwed. Because I don't think you WanNa start both and and you you might be in some trouble I personally think that Carson is by far the more talented running back. He this has butter pingers. So you know it's it's it's weird it's I I really don't know what to say. Seattle as a as a team had down week this week. I I'm surprised you would have benched Carson. It goes to show at I know Because Philadelphia's defenses somewhat porous aside. They're worse in the secondary than they are up front Clearly but at the same time you know Philadelphia is one of those teams where. You're never surprised to see them. Don't give up. You know three or four touchdowns so it. It's an interesting move especially against Seattle is pretty high octane offense with Russell. Wilson is an MVP VP candidate. Despite his down week this week I think he had twelve fantasy points when I when I checked it out earlier in a lot of quarterback said down fancy weeks you know. In fact. Most quarterbacks didn't have a very good fantasy week this week I mean. Look at what Jared Goff did. So if you started Russell Wilson over Jared Goff than you feel feel very good about yourself you know especially with mahomes being unbiased and cousins being on you know having been a hot hand lately having been on by the nice news is that the buys are over over. So yeah I I. I really can't tell you what to do with the Seattle situation because I've read reports that say penny is on the upswing read reports to say Carson is is possibly below penny at the moment but I don't buy it I think Carson is a better overall talented football player and in the playoffs. I think that Seattle wants to get him going. So they're gonNA do put some stick him on his hand or whatever. I walk around with the ball in his hand. Like what was that higher learning. I think it was some movie with Omar EPPs here so it's GonNa be interesting to see how that how that plays out very interesting but if you can get him off the waiver wire fire with penny that I was just going ahead and do so without a doubt without a doubt he's going to be A top pick up this week in leagues where he was available and For for good reason. There's there's really not a lot out there to pick up outside of him possibly that this layered kid from Miami. I don't see Miami sticking with balanced much longer and Larry had three carries for twenty one yards. which is you know seven yards per? Carry Harry Yeah. It's three carries right. Get three carries but ballots was nine carries. I think it was for five or six yard. I I don't even know what his stats were. But that's a balance day right. He sucks so So yeah you know. There's a couple of guys out there but there's been a few running backs. who were you know hot hot? Pickups both scarborough is been okay but he hasn't done great Scott Kid Brian Scott I believe from Atlanta who who stepped in for their started when he went down and he hasn't done anything he's failed to impress. You've got just a mixed bag everywhere. Everywhere down weeks from a lot of players this week at I think the number one fantasy a week was the saints and the jets. I mean who would have thought the jets would be the the number one fantasy points producing themes week Sam Darnold. I'm telling you man does finally coming into his own. Stop seeing ghosts. Now he's GonNa go ahead and start performing. Maybe be at an adequate level going forward. If you need a quarterback reach out to him. He has been up man lately. I if you don't have any other options especially this week because he playing F- Memory serves the the lowly bengals. So you know this is a week where you know if if you play confidence pools rules that. There's an interesting tie in there because sometimes we have a tendency in fancy footballer. Just lock guys in. But you're playing incompetence pools which I do one of the things that I notice in this week is a week for sure is like there's a lot of games that are very difficult to call you know buffalo flow in Dallas for example. Who on Earth knows? Who's going to win that Game Indianapolis in Tennessee? I have no idea who's going to you. You know probably win that game. Pittsburgh and Cleveland. You know Tampa Bay and Jacksonville San Francisco and Baltimore The Rams and Arizona Denver and the the CL- the La Clippers. I like to call you know Minnesota Seattle's probably GONNA go to Seattle but most of those games are really really close. You're talking about the line of you. Know One and a half to pick them. Maybe three at the top end and what that tells you from a fantasy perspective is watch out because guys aren't really GonNa know who to start. There's a lot of even matchups this week. There's no real match ups you know maybe with a couple of exceptions where you're going to have a blowout so you can count on your running back being in there or a blow out the other end where you can count on your receiver being in play in the fourth quarter. You know so it's GonNa be a difficult week for fantasy football players. There's two to really gauge. What's out there? You really gotta take a deep look and and play those matchups Hopefully you get them right. You may be headed to the replay booth but we'll be right back with inside sports fantasy football. Hey Listener Dutch here from voice from the underground around the PODCAST my coast. I want to invite you to check out our little corner of the podcast verse. At voice from the underground we talk about all the crazy happening around around us and try to make a little bit of sense of the nonsense with little to no results if the idea of hearing three semi intelligent outspoken nerds talk about politics social social issues current events. Sports movies pretty much anything that we decided to talk about because well. It's our show appeals to you. Grab your shoveling. Come on down in the underground and then Consulta Solta qualified psychotherapist finds wherever you get your podcast. Just not where you buy your weed. woj from the underground one team. I want to go and focus on before I hear your your final thoughts on week. Twelve and that is what's going on with the New England patriots. I mean Tom Brady seven thirty seven Just it looks like he's very frustrated. I'm not sure if you know father. Time has started to tap him on the shoulder and say you know what that's it or if it's just the fact that he just doesn't have the type of targets or the type of weapons that will just go ahead and make his offense. Click at this point in time. Well Charles as we know from this show Uncle Chuck has we as I liked mccollum. He offered me Brady today in. We're we're in a dynasty league together and he offered me Brady today for gough than it wasn't straight up he offered me Brady and Another player for Goff and I was like no. Now there's a lot of reasons for that But number one is as you know the teams done this year. So I'm not looking to win in the playoffs. But he is going to be in the playoffs and probably and he's looking to unload Lord Brady so that should tell you something that's out Charles noses fantasy football so that there's trouble in New England but yet they keep winning games I mean. They're winning their games with their defense. That's for sure. This is reminiscent of the those Baltimore teams and the bears teams. That have had strong defenses in the past but Brady a AH part of it though is whether I mean the the rain was coming down sideways in Foxborough this last week. So you kind of have to throw that one out. I mean the the kicker for the Patriots missed to kicks one of you know and I think one of them would have been missed by more than it was but it looked like the wind was trying to make it go between the uprights and bless brady more because he's so soaked in charm. But but you know it was just a bad day for kickers as bad day for quarterbacks and he still imagine throw one touchdown pass which is one more jared Goff Gatt. So but it's I mean there's a lot of bad quarterbacks in the NFL right now. There are some amazing quarterbacks. And there's some bad quarterbacks you know you've got bad quarterback issues. On how many teams the raiders. Don't you know I don't like car Denver's got quarterback issues. There's issues with Philip rivers. Is there's issues with gough is issues in Jacksonville. There's issues in Carolina those terrible issues in Washington Pittsburgh's had add some massive issues with With Rudolf being benched now Baker Mayfield is sucked. Daniel Jones has been particularly great. Aaron Rodgers as down Miami emmys MIAMI Wentz has been hurt. Who got a backup and Jacoby BRISAC in In Indianapolis Tennessee's Starting Ryan Fitzpatrick. It's Patrick the bengals are in disarray. you know. Buffalo doesn't have a particularly good situation. Detroit starting a backup quarterback trubisky socks Brady's having issues Atlanta is probably you know Ryan as Matt Ryan so you know I just named most of the teams in the NFL. Right there right. So it's that's troublesome I probably named half the teams NFL. That don't have a good quarterback situation right now. I'm not gonNA count out Aaron riders riders. But he had a terrible game the packers just got decimated by the by the forty niners talking. I would not count at Aaron Rodgers decision. Listen to make between him and drew brees for this weekend over Shawn Watson because to shop and Watson's going to be playing New England and their defense. It's still very strong in New England. Saw Kinda now word of those three which I'm gonNA play. And the only reason why I say Aaron Rodgers because three quarterbacks is he now you should trade it one of those guys. Well I was trying to offer but nobody was biting. Nobody's buying. I'm not going to get one of those up. I mean two of them. I found on the waiver wire which is really kind of interesting but we have Aaron Rodgers. I mean Yeah Yeah I want what I wanted to. ESPN MY FRIEND ESPN. But I will tell you this when it comes to Aaron Rodgers. Yeah Yeah on the surface. It looks pretty good eighteen touchdowns two interceptions You know he's thrown for over a couple thousand yards. That's all want good but at the you you know it's seemingly at the wrong times when they're playing a higher level competition he's not able to produce but that doesn't matter this week because we're playing the giants so I have my choice. Drew brees it's going to be playing at the Atlanta Falcons. You've got Aaron Rodgers playing the giants and you got to Shawn Watson playing the patriots though Rogers or breeze. I don't know which way to go even though breezes done very well lately. Rogers is playing against the giants. And you hop out there yeah. That's that's a tough one I I think in that particular situation I very rarely. Will you hear me say bench to Shawn Watson. This week would probably be the only and I. I have made a trade for Watson a couple of weeks ago on my my really good team and traded cooper cop for him for two reasons number one I could see the rams falling apart and Kubrick had a great year but he hasn't done anything now in three straight weeks not including the by but to Shawn Watson. He has a really really strong schedule in the playoffs. So this might be the only time that I would recommend that against New England. The packers are playing playing the giants right the giants. Yeah this week. So that's a really good match up. And then the other one you said you had was the saints the Saints or plane here saints. Focus the face. Oh well yeah. Wow that's a tough one. Atlanta can't stop. Anybody can the giants the giants can't stop anybody. Either the I would say that. There's a possibly higher chancer that the giants would do better because John Stewart. Pass rush at least. So you know the Falcons have they don't have a terrible defense but they're secondary's is bad so you know that's that's a pretty good match up there. I honestly I think you'll probably be in the twenty twenty five point range with both of those guys so you're probably not gonNA your your. I don't think you're going to be in a situation where you're sitting a guy who got ten points for a guy who got thirty five but I don't see that case so you'll probably be OK their way. You have worse options. I could have worse options saw. I'm just excited for that type of match because I'm GonNa need it because I tied up up with the Houston team as far as like. I said to Shawn Watson but I also have hopkins also Carlos High itself. I'm thinking about benching at at least two of those three. Maybe sticking it out with Hopkins. Because he's done a very good job so far. So yeah you guys Third Hopkins. That's one of the thing that I I've kind of learned my lesson with this year is having too many guys on one team on your team. You're GONNA Feast and famine with that team you know so it's I think I think the one thing I wanna jump on was the two games that I'm really interested in watching this week. From fantasy. Perspectives walls. Real life is San Francisco versus versus Baltimore and the Rams were Arizona. I think that the rams are so bad right now. Can't believe they beat the bears That Kyla Murray is going to have a huge game Amos Week. So if you have a keiler Murray on your on your team and you're not starting already you got Kinda Murray is looking poised to go for the rest of the year and and I'm super interested to see how Jackson plays against San Francisco. He he tore apart the Patriots. I'm telling you right now. If Lamar Jackson does you know has has anything more than two hundred and fifty yards and two scores against San Francisco which I think he probably will. You've got to put him in the MVP c-conversation like all of a sudden. I don't think he'd beats out McCaffrey. But while Lamar Jackson has impressed the hell out of me this year I I honestly honestly I didn't think it was. I didn't see it common. He was throwing a lot of ducks last year. And he's just been absolutely amazing so I'm really interested in watching that San Francisco Baltimore game as a mom my friend. Mvp I think is on the way for Lamar Jackson. Because he's really looked the part this season and they want him to be a wide receiver. Exactly exactly we'll be right back with more fantasy football check out what's been going on with the pop culture cosmos show and the PC multi the better at these marvel films. Do the higher standards are going to be for not just other films in general but other marvel films also. I think it's really hard to end a show with this many fans and the satisfying way. That's the pop. Culture cost show and the PCC multi playing worldwide on radio seven days a week league and wherever you get your what before I go ahead and get some thoughts for your the Thanksgiving Games from you and also the weekend coming up as well the way I wanNA. I almost forgot about the Thanksgiving Games. Yeah well that's why I want to get those questions in as far as what T- has sent to us. TT's actually watching US right now. I want to give him a big shout and thank him for watching. He says he has the number one waiver. Pick so it's almost time to use them my friend. Would you consider using it on any one of these guys. Okay Rashad Penny kind of thinking. There will fuller not too bad matt. Brita David Johnson. Johnson Chase Edmunds or Daryl Williams while or do you want him to hold the waiver for week thirteen. Yeah I'm here. Thank you for that question. So t-o-n if you're still on but I'm not sure what your your situation is. I mean it kind of depends pens on. I don't think you'd go wrong with too many of those guys I'd probably say I'm assuming as a flex position. I'm that's a fair assumption. I think edmunds and Williams are avoidable. Not Not because they suck but because it's you know they're just clearly not not very talented but you know. That's a three headed monster now in Arizona and four headed. If you count Tyler Murray so I would shy away from really David Johnson. Chase Edmunds on that list. David Johnson should not be a free agent. So you know you're getting a lot of pole there with that one I again I would not recommend using it on Rashad Penny I would probably go David Johnson over Rashad Penny. I just don't trust Benny and will fuller. Like I said great playoff matchups coming up in the play offs for him but right now he's so new England so you have a for this week. No you wouldn't it. That's the thing that you gotta you not. I don't know if you're are you in the playoffs you try. You have to win this week to make the playoffs. You have to base your decision on that so I'll cover both if you'd need to win this week and you have no choice whatsoever and and you're looking at a flex position right right like so. I don't know who your other starters are but if you If you're saying okay I just need somebody to plug in my flax because of injuries or shallow rosters or whatever. I don't really think any of those guys are GonNa have a really particularly great week this week. Brita has not been getting all of the carries there. Mostly it's has been getting some carries so he's probably the best overall player if it were keeper league I'd be all over Matt Breed on that one Rashad Penny might have the best week of all those guys this particular week just because his counterpart in the Backfield is in the dog house. Right now but will fuller. You're taking Willfuller for the we take our on right if you think you're going to be in the playoffs or if you know you're probably not going to go into the toilet bowl which is still something you want to win because usually when some your money back I oh I think wolf fuller is the guy that I would go with for the rest of the season. If that's the type of pick your trying to make but honestly if all of those guys are are there you might WanNa think about not taking any of them and then tomorrow when you wake up see who's not taken and take that guy and hold onto the number one pick. I mean I don't think or get on a hot I just answered and his he's got he's he's number one in the league right now. Okay answer the question prompts to you and he is looking definitely at the playoffs fuller got I would say fuller. Just because because the fact you'll you'll be able to stash him and be able to go ahead and utilize him. He did lead the team in receiving this past weekend. So that's something to think about right there right. Because obviously teams are focusing more on stopping and double teaming deandre Hopkins so which is not good for my team. But what can you do. I forget who I forget who their. Let's see take a look here the week fourteen the here I can tell you who it is here. So does Shawn Shawn on Watson on my fantasy team. so He's playing Denver Week Fourteen. which is they're actually? Denver is ranked number three in the League against the past. Ask that's because they're always losing you know so everybody's running the ball late in the game. So that's sort of deceptive Tennessee and then Tampa Bay. I mean give me a break. Tennessee actually has a pretty good defense but that might be the most questionable of those three matchups I think will fuller is going to do pretty well on especially in the Tampa Bay matchup. TT UPTOWN. You're right now. That one is could be a shootout irregular shootout. Yeah in Tennessee. Hennessy isn't exactly a great. You know team to not give up point they do. They do Tennessee prize. The best defense of any bad team in the league right now them in Tampa Bay Tampa Bay is really really really strong. Run Defense so those teams are sort of an anomaly other bears I think you could throw in that conversation as well but it's it's very very tough I would say go with the go with Willfuller for sure unless unless for some reason. You're you're not confident in your running backs and you WanNa look at at David Johnson. Because there's there's no way David Johnson should be a free agent. You know that. I know that you're almost everybody listening. Knows through David Johnson a free agent. So I don't know if that what what's up with that it was. He just dropped the other they have no idea. It doesn't really matter if he's yeah But it you know it's I would say though and I don't want to over science this but there's a possibility that will fuller based on his matchup this week could slip through waivers completely but again if you're GonNa make the playoffs you got the number one waiver pick. You might be able to get to those guys. Take one with your wavering. Wait for tomorrow for the other one. I don't know it's it's but if I only had my choice of one right now Loyd so listen to this lineup he has. This is why he's number one. So get this. Lamar Jackson C. M. C. Four net. who had a big game? Thank you very much. I have him as well shark for wide receiver from Jacksonville Godwin from Tampa Bay. who had a great game as well? Kelsey Julian Elleman Buckler and the Pat St Bench. He's Got Hilton so cousins Madison and the steelers and tagging in. Can I get an early next year. You know I don't know how to read all those all those guys but I give them giving them a clap for that one that that's us. Justice announce Dan clap for him and no disrespect heathy. But it's either a clap for you or smack for the other people in your league so I'm looking at this and you're very deep wide receiver. You have shark. You Have God when you have I'm assuming the Kelsey is your tight end unless you start a wide receiver tight on Combo Eshelman and Hilton. So that's four top receivers right there. Yeah that makes and then. You're you're running backs CMC for net. What I would do is I would pick up fuller and then tomorrow when you have You know maybe drop your your other defense. You don't need the two defenses pointless. I would drop your steelers defense tomorrow unless you see something. I don't see on the matchups I'm not looking at right now. Or maybe shoot for trade that you might be able to trade deadline's mostly over emotions. So but I would pick up fuller and then I would could pick up one of the leftover running back because it's unlikely all those guys will get picked up penny might but like I said. I don't think you're losing anything. So either David Johnson and fuller would be the guy to pick up tonight and hopefully. Maybe we'll get one was other guys tomorrow for the steelers defense. Because I'm saying the more I think full are because the end I David Johnson if he falls through but then again you even said yourself. There's an issue with a three or four headed monster when it concerns. Yeah it is it is But also three guys who have been knocked up so you know it's guy goes down. It's top still David Johnson. You should be free agent in my book. I just don't see how that's that's literate. That doesn't make any sense to me but you know you also can put in well actually the number one way I I never mind I was GonNa say if you have a lower waiver priority. You can put in multiple bids but fuller would be the guy that I go with but if you decide to hold onto it thing is though that this is your last chance Hughes Waiver so you know your team in a fall apart in one week prior not grab a guy why you came very what's again. I'm talking to Jason Dutch from the via a few. If you've got a question for our show inside sports fancy football you know if you're not watching us on Youtube on the pop culture cosmos channel or soon the inside inside sports fantasy football channel. WanNa go ahead and send us an email address fantasy football at Yahoo DOT COM or inside sports F F on twitter twitter. That's at inside sports on twitter or I s fancy football at Yahoo Dot Com. Or if you leave us that great five Star Review for our show on Apple podcast. podcast you can go ahead and like t t get your question answered right here on the show my friend. It's going to be some great times because we've got some games. Actually a lot of games coming up early of course the traditional Thanksgiving Games but I want to hear your thoughts on the way out before we go ahead and close it down this week and thank you t not for going ahead once again at sending us in that question and also as well as your thoughts on the Turkey Day Games coming up okay. So the Games are the bears. I had to pull it up here. The bears and Detroit. So that's the first game. I think Montgomery is going to probably we do well that game for the bears. The bears defense will do well in that game. Anybody else from the bears. With the exception of the the obvious Ruth Allen Robinson image. He's an every week start despite trubisky's struggles outside of him. I think Montgomery is going to have a good game this week. And I think he'll might might even score a couple of times against Detroit because Detroit is just. I mean they're back to the bag over the head days. It's sad three zero or three and one three. Oh and one the season or something like that started off great and then things went downhill. They're only like only the lion can do. Only the lions can do the linesmen cubs. But then you have Dallas and Buffalo is an from Detroit side. Scarborough does look like he has a burst. And I'm you know they've you've got to really good wide receiver so there's a couple of guys there to start on Detroit's even without Stafford and Marvin Jones junior is a great flex play. Golladay has a wide receiver to to at this point. When Stafford's back he'll be back to top six wide receiver in the League but for now for this week? He's a a wide receiver too. So He's a start for Buffalo. There's really nobody outside of single Terry on that team and maybe their defense that I like I just not. I don't I don't understand how buffalo is winning. You know they're more of a collection of parts than anything else. Dallas has a lot of guys the the weird one on Dallas has randall. COBB I keep waiting for him to regress but he's had you know a few straight weeks in a row here and I just don't know I think this is the week where he regresses against Buffalo. So I probably would have been writing Randall. COBB lately I might put Randall Cobb on my bench press coutts they start. Ezekiel Elliott. Obviously all day. Start make sure you have. What does it Pollard? His backup because Ezekiel. It's going to get a lot of work. This week in Buffalo has been tone to hurt players and then the late game on the twenty eighth is the saints and the Falcon is so I mean. There's a plethora of fantasy options here in Orleans side. Yeah especially on the New Orleans side. Those supremo speak themselves. I would say the one sleeper on that one we may maybe be teddy. ginn junior against the falcons. He's been drew. BREES has looked at him. A Lot. if you have junior he's on your waiver wire he might have a really good match matchup this week against Atlanta again. Who can't there they just have a revolving door In the secondary and Matt Ryan should get Garbage points this week. I'm figuring this game's going to be about thirty eight to twenty four. So you know Matt Ryan should should rack up some decent stats for the same as Julio Jones and you know all that good wider see record. They have on the Falcons so I don't think anything shocking. In that game with the exception of possibly again I don't see the Ski I I WANNA say. His name's Brian. Scott the I could be MAC making mistake. The the backup running back of for Atlanta. Who starting right now? The here's there's just not impressed. And I don't see him impressing against New Orleans. So that's one guy would not start but outside of those There's a lot a lot of points to be had The Saints Defense would be a great play this week to against Atlanta. I think fair enough indeed my friend but it still looks like it's going to be a great weekend in the NFL a lot on the line for a lot. aww fantasy teams out there. So it's GonNa be great to see all the the maneuvers the last minute things that people have to go ahead and do go ahead and prepped their team. Back my team. I'm hoping open to stay sizzling hot hopefully going into the playoffs now. That looks like I am going to make the playoffs. I'm so thankful for that on Thanksgiving weekend weekend. Of course any last thoughts on the whale my friend. No but just be thankful for what you have people you know. Don't go shopping. Spend Your Day with your family. Families Spend your day watching football. Spend your aid Turkey. Spend your day you know practicing wherever you practice and give thanks for the fact that we live in a nation despite the turmoil and despite our divided nation divisiveness in this nation. Politically and stuff like that where we get to spend end forty-five minutes a week talking about guys running around throwing around a piece of leather. You know we're we're truly blessed to to be in this country again despite her her shortcomings which are many. But yeah just be thankful for that and enjoy your your family. Well I'm very Thankful for t t descending in a great question like you said. I'm hoping everybody will have a safe and happy Thanksgiving out there and also as well I wanna honest tell you this. Why friend among the things that you have to do for fancy football? I took shopping shopping black Friday. I told you that's my a real holiday. Yes I'm thankful for so many things that we'll be spending time with the family and I'm so thankful for that but you know me. I love like Friday. I do episodes. On the pop culture. Costal Samantha a man. I think you know you. You know what Kathy Bates would say about Black Friday. Oh my gosh. I don't want to get to the same argument. We had last week in regards the black Friday so no one also talk. I am thankful for you. My friend you know you've been a great podcasting ally of voice from the underground for over two years now and just the whole podcast community community has been is something that I am genuinely before. It's a great community of people so as him I also thankful for CBRN. That's the Yoga. Hug Valley Radio Network for us to be a part of their. Let's see what thank you so much for new net. Can you give people update what's going on with the voice from the underground before he announced. Yeah you know what we're we're debating whether or not we're gonNA take a break until after Christmas but I I think we probably won't so we may not have a show next week week but we'll see voice from the underground for those who don't know is voiced immigrant as a juxtaposition of politics and pop culture. We take politics we take pop culture we sort of Mesh together. We'll we'll take a TV show or a movie and we'll we'll put it in context of the social issues. You know race issues political issues religion originate issues all sorts of things that we see in the United States. Today we've done movies like Black Panther Zootopia and the watchman television show Crash Rush. You know just so many different things and then once in a while we'll have like all political show we had. CBS Radio Political Analyst. On this show the other day uh-huh and despite some audio issues really conversation about impeachment which is something that we haven't really touched on yet surprisingly so we talk a little bit sports here and there but usually they somehow kapernick makes his way into every show and I don't know how because big house loves Kapernick but the but yeah we talk about whatever and You know we. We tried to try to listen to ideas that that we may not. We may not necessarily agree with so you know check out voice from the underground you can check check us out at. WWW DOT v f you podcast Dot Yola Site Dot Com. That's why O. L.. Sat or research any PODCAST APP for voice from the underground and for us here over here with the pop culture cosmos. We had a great episode on Monday talking some baby Yoda among other things baby odor. Baby Lauryn Back Mandal. Orient Disney plas- frozen to you. Yes this is. This was a lot of stuff going on with Disney. But there's still a lot to talk about when it comes to what's coming up with the PC with the Friday. Show the peace this multi. I'm going to have Jamie Munro on from game source. He's going to be talking a lot about what's going on with video games that en- give him a given him a big impression with his favourite video games from the you know from this decade because decades closed down. It's almost the end of the time of of the this this ten year period that we got so. I'm going to have friends on the show like you coming under our show over the next few weeks talking about things that have impressed them in pop culture over the past ten years. So it's going to start off with Jamie. Monrroy honor Friday. Show the Lakers fast break if I can get one of your partner's name. TJ Johnson on a show. That's great but getting him single down for an appointment. It's kind of hard. But if I do we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA be talking about the Lakers. How doing so far? They're still on their road trip. They're still doing very well. They're they're going after. Yeah they do they do they have the NBA's best record a very happy for their success. We're going to talk about what Lebron's doing doing also Luca Danni in Dallas to see if they're real and then also possible. NBA rule changes. If I can ever track him down to get him to record with me hopefully late this week as well so and actually I've got other episodes out there Laker Tom for Laker Hollick's dot net recorded earlier this week. So you gotta check that out if you're a big time Lakers fan in an NBA. Fan and This lottery stuff going on right here with inside Sports Nancy Football. I'm hopeful to get criterion for later this week but I'm not even sure that because he's here in Vegas to holiday week man. It is what. Hey how about. Zach Levine. Thirteen for seventeen. Three point shooting. He was mad at Jim. Boylan that's printed. Yeah he got benched in the game before no doubt about it. Yeah and he took it out on the basketball court. I wish I could do that every game because I have them on. One of my fantasy teams names but yeah it's not always the case with him. He's kind of up and down so to speak. But yes that's the way it goes and fantasy basketball. We'll my friend. It's been a great episode so again thank you so much everyone out there listening. Thank you so much to t t for participating on today's show as well with a great question. If you have any questions again please go go ahead. I S fantasy football at Yahoo DOT COM at inside sports F F on twitter. Or if you give us that five star review on Apple podcast you can go go ahead and send your question or comment there as well. Great episode my friend cannot thanking us for taking the time doing so stepping by here on the inside Sports Fancy Football Program. Yeah I know you're not going to be here next week transit villain for you to get shocked. We'll be back next week. Sounds good sounds good. My friend have a safe and happy Thanksgiving all the success to you this weekend in fantasy football. Thank you my friends. Seem to you and everyone out there as well. Best of luck this weekend weekend and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving from all. Forget to set your lineup. Yes yes by Wednesday at insight sports fantasy. Football uh-huh yeah

football Atlanta NFL Shawn Watson giants Carson Carson New England patriots Seattle Tennessee Brian Scott Dallas David Johnson Aaron Rodgers Arizona Lakers Insight Sports Football Detroit Baltimore
A Bible study on gifts

Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

39:00 min | 1 year ago

A Bible study on gifts

"It'll along with thinking about some of the reasons why gifts you're given. We've got some information here from the Old Testament Genesis chapter twenty five hundred or six. We want to see who the giver there is and why gifts were given genesis. Twenty five looking at verse six. Who has it in his ready to go all right? Steve will start with you. Thank you sons of concubines. Why thank you? What's Abraham's relation to sons? He's the father so the father is giving the kids guest. We have an example of what occurring a parent sometimes gives Gifts to their to the kids. Why does that happen? Sometimes I think think that's basic answer. Good answer we love you. We're going to give you get any other reasons that might be included with that privilege or privilege can sometimes factor into that. There is anything else all right sometimes. It's your favorite. Doesn't say that six but yes sometimes. That's the reason what about helping kids. Anybody remember as you were maybe hitting sixteen seventeen eighteen starting to think about making your way in the world or you're you're starting starting to drive. Maybe you've got a car or maybe got some money a gift of money to not pay for the whole amount of the car but at least enough to make down payment or you're getting ready to leave home and mom Audet gave you some gifts. This is going to help you go out into life and accomplish his cahiers. You're rolling pin. Go Out and go out and working. Well you got deprive you got. You got deprive. Sometimes that does work out genesis. Genesis Chapter Twenty five and Bruce Sticks. We've got another reference because it's going to come from point number number seven. This is over in the book of proverbs. Proverbs Chapter Nineteen and for six thinking about some of the reasons why gives her given. We already covered several as far as possible. The reasons gifts are given earlier in the class. Ba Let's see what we've got under consideration. Proverbs nineteen six. I is what we want and Kathy be has according to the proper brighter white is some people give. UPS All right That helps sometimes grease the wheels so to speak. You see that in the business relationship people give gifts hoping that there's going to to be good feelings towards one another now. We are all old enough to realize some people try to buy friendships with gifts. I WANNA give you a gift and that's hopefully going to have. You're going to have better feelings about me and so forth and that's not right but sometimes people who are friends you'll give gifts we do give gifts and that causes. Some people have warm feelings towards one another now as we think about gifts between people that certainly common but as we look at point number eight and head over to the book of these Ecclesiastes three and I this shift sampas this a little bit here instead of stress as far as gifts from God instead of just from people we have a shift to gifts from God. The third is campus. Look again yeah please. Yes three thirteen carol. Scott thank you Moore who his Labor you thank you you think about that. God provides gifts just two people. That's what Salman has to say and he says here's some. Here's some about gifts what you have to drink what you have to eat the ability to work for the job that hopefully if you don't enjoy at least as it is acceptable the life that we have on earth. That's what Solomon said. That is a gift from God. Lot of people don't see it in that way. A lot of people look at the life and I wish I had a different life but everybody has at least some good things about their life and God does give gifts especially as we think about his people to live point. Number nine is a thought question if we receive some gifts today and they didn't necessarily I have to be gifts that we unwrapped some of the gifts that we received today Christmas Day. All right. I think that's where you got to begin. That's the foundation gift and you could go back took lease. ESPN three thirteen for that. Good answer what else gifts today. Children all right sometimes uh-huh people parents they wanNA hear I call. My mom had a conversation with her. It was able to talk to her mother Sometimes that's a gift for parents to be able to talk to a child especially if that's not a daily occurrence. What else gifts from the day doesn't matter All right we we. Have we have more weather today. We may not have broken record but we we're certainly north of where we normally are. Aren't we as far as temperature temperature. I didn't bring in a coat tonight and I think that was probably true for some others and that was gift people wanted to go out and rake leaves or working the yard or take a walk a gifts news any else gifts that we received today all right a lot of people if they didn't eat a big meal today as far as quote unquote fresh brewed. They had some good leftovers. They've been eating. They've been eating well for a few days and probably today was another great meal. Anything else gifts we received Orland. I was hoping somebody would contribute something along that line of kids. They received some things that they they wanted. It might have been a toy. Might have been something along the line of a book. Maybe a phone. Maybe an electron device. Some maybe new socks maybe new shoes new winter coat gloves different gifts. Some of them are tangible. Some of them are not as we think about that point. We turn next to the book of Acts Looking next chapter after three verses. One through seven going back to sort of what Marcia had to say a minute ago. Not all gifts are tied in with money. In fact some of the very best gifts in life have no relationship at all to money. Brian Scott an extra versus one through seven plays John Together into the temple of the hour. The power of Jerry Lee late daily of beautiful has also been entered the temple apple drawing about the temple acid reader fascinating as John said look on us and he gave them expecting to receive something of them. NPR said sober. Have done such a have give my the neighbor juice rice rice up the walk. They took took the right handed to them up to speed straight. And you think about this. Here's a guy or picture a mandate who's forty eighty years old. He's never walked. Can't walk can't walk doesn't even have a decent set of crutches and you walk up and you see I'm GonNa give you five million bucks folks. How useful that the guy? If there's no medical care that can do much for you. How useful five million dollars if not very useful? I'm GONNA give you a trip so you can go skiing and see the Alps. Well you know money if you are. In certain circumstances census money has no benefit whatsoever. This whole it didn't need money. What did he need? He needed his health restored. And and that's exactly what he got. Sometimes when we think about gifts it's always good to pause remember. The best gifts are not always financial if the list of other examples as far as gifts which are sometimes the far superior gift but no money is involved. Would you list all all right. I think that's one of the things that you have to put on the top five list. I've got some friends that are solid. Friends may not have a lot of money or other material resources. But I've got some wonderful people in my life. What else friendships? Advice our advice as far as being able to give it or people. Don't get a prompt attitude street. Okay cursing that needed. He knows it needed a separate eve. You might be a friend. That person may not be a friend. Maybe it's just an associate or Kali but that is a great gift. Where if you need to figure out what to do should I stay in this job? Yep should we move across town and the person who has a good and wise mind can be exceedingly helpful and if you have the ability to give good advice that's it's also a great great thing and that's something that money can't buy what else are I can't talk at this right and pass. It will let you contribute that way. So that is that is a great gift one. That's not making nearly enough. I think by people but we can pray. Okay to an all powerful God. And as far as the providential power that's just as powerful as the miraculous it's stretched out a little longer sometimes as far as how how it works but still the result can be just as good or better. What else non monetary gifts? What about a kind word? You might be thinking. Thousand Dollar Gift is nice but I'm depressed and the thousand dollars I mean yes okay. But that's not really what I need right now. I need it somebody that can give me a shot in the arm. I need somebody that can lift me. I need somebody who can boost my spirits. Sometimes that's a million dollar gift. All right that's hiding with the encouragement factor. Sometimes it's just that brief facial expression and a person says that made my day a lot. AWW Good a lot of excellent non monetary gifts in the world. Okay when we think about gifts whether their monetary or not looking at Luke Chapter Twenty one verses verses one through four here's another aspect of this and this time I wanNA look at gifts from a monetary aspect but make the point. Sometimes the monetary aspect is very very small and then think if we then consider from come up with some examples who's got a twenty one verses one through four and wants to read force all right they look up all the rich Man's castle to the Treasury also a search for will and the other two to Mites and he said the truth. I say to you but this poor widow have cast in more than they all. While these have of their pundits casson listen to the offerings. The see of her casting all that she MILLIONARE's and here they are. They're all worshiping together and they're making their big contribution you know. Here's a check for five thousand or ten two thousand dollars as collection plates pass. And then here's the widow. She throws winter quarter now for us today if we were. We're in literally that kind of congregation. Can you imagine the widow. You WanNA throw your quarter with the five and ten thousand dollar checks for us. It might seem like nothing but I think that God sees that widows quarter. He does sometimes small gifts for the greatest gifts. Jesus says Luke Twenty one if we take that and try to translate. It's like that into today's terms. Where do we see at least in principle that same thing? Sometimes the smallest gifts are the greatest gifts. You may get the. That's the one that I'm thinking of. That was the first thing that came to my mind. You use a little bit of a crown or maybe a whole clan. You used a penny's worth of paper or the child you know the few cents that he or she had bought something out the Gumbo machine and said you know. Here's the plastic trinket in the plastic egg. This is your Christmas present. I don't need that I didn't need the Gum. I didn't need the little toy. Stick figure but the thought. That's there the gift that's there. I decided excited to spin my quarter on you and it's easy sometimes overlook. Oh small gifts. I don't think the people in here do that but it's this time of year a good reminder to remember that throughout the year sometimes people do do small things and sometimes the small things cost them a lot. You think about the the person who's on a very limited income and they decided to they decide to drive across town of gas. They may not have and prepare food for somebody. They probably didn't have the budget for a sacrifice. Maybe not to the same point that we find Luke Chapter Twenty one but they had they getting spirit and sometimes that might be us. Yes we might be down as far as resources are very very limited and we figure I'm not gonNA be able to offer very much. A quarter is all. I've Gone mm-hmm and if that's all I have and I'm willing to give her. It's not just the gift but it's kind of gift. It's one of the greatest gifts S. because it came from the heart because Mahar is the right place to raise the diamond hell cleaner take care of the kids. Yeah sometimes at our babysitting is worth a thousand dollars to the parent that says we've got to be at a doctor's doctor's appointment or the other child has to be over here or somewhere else. Those those small things can oftentimes be some of the greatest gifts that we have in anything that went address grasp before we turned a point. Seventeen moving down a little bit. Let's think about some of the gifts that we receive from God gave life earlier her we can use that as our starting. What else gifts we receive from God healing terrible disease? All right we think about God in this case he's he'll people were accuracy in the past. Now Providence we pray and he works through doctors nurses and medicines and all the technology that we have so thankful for matters related to health care. What else all right? Sometimes it's just a prayer for safety we're out on winter roads or it's a long trip or maybe it's at night. There's some people who don't drive well at night. Uh before you leave. No I'm it wasn't it. We've got deer off this time of year year have been especially thick this time of year but God gives us safety. Pray before you go. Oh pray after you get home. Prepare for safety. Should going prayer prayer of Thanksgiving F. You home what else gifts from God and thank you for my abilities. I can't do what he or she or they do. But this is one thing that I can do and I can do it well and got him thankful for that that helped me to maximize that in my life to use that as fully as I can to honor and glorify you what else gifts from God. Okay I have the ability to function in the world. We are able to look people in our world who do not have those abilities. Some are not able to think properly some have not properly matured. Some as you look at anybody ever see a person with stunt at arm's arms stick out just a few inches less than a foot. Uh I'm thankful to God. That was not my lot in life. Anybody ever see somebody with crippled feet. I have the person person AIDS cancer now. Some of those things may come my way at some point in time but even if they do I can still be thankful info but I got to point x in life before they set in and if they do set in and they're able to be fixed on thankful to God many many different gifts from God any others that we want to toss out there covered neck. All right we'll figure out what you know what to do. What's tell somebody else that takes a couple of different directions? Some people as far as fixing things. Sometimes it's a mechanical ability. Some people don't have chemical ability Sometimes people are just wise people even from a very early age they just seem to always always make good sound wise decisions and that's something. You can be grateful that you have a friend who has that ability or possess that ability be grateful that you possess acid anything else about the time of the season the Greek also. Jesus Christ realize he David Moore the guy gave the gift for life. Majority Rosie realize a true mm-hmm. Yeah all the spiritual blessings and go through grace mercy. Pc Hope Hope Salvation forgiveness the sentence fixation the list just goes on and on but many many things. They're in every single one but then not a little bit four four moving down a little bit more or let's see what else we've got. Do Some of God's gifts this is nineteen go to those who are not as people what would you say yes or no yes. If it's a yes answer then. What would some of those be all right? You think about Jesus sermon on the Mount got since the rain on the just in the unjust. So there's rain. There's sunshine the the seasons on Christian depending on where you live is able to enjoy four seasons the non-christian next door. God says you're going to get them to what else in this country you pick them up their system of government that you're under and you have certain freedoms or in our case many freedoms they get him as well. What else? How does the non-christian benefit from God? Ace Corey mentioned why -bility to see here talk. Reason take care with a free will. I'm GonNa let you do. And what a great gift to let people have free will any less. All people haven't won very often but one everybody is opportunity. We look at number required since we have you live in this country. We have opportunities in our life with Gershon. More physical will have access to everything that we need to have salvage if take that could be molded. Dimensional stand you could tie in with the time that we have so a lot of different directions that you could go. They're so an excellent point. We listen examples point twenty. We've got as far as another passage. Matthew Chapter Seven verse. Eleven anybody either. They're turning their force right. Kathy we go back to you thank you know. That's kind of interesting and odd. Strange to speak. She says if you're evil and you know how to give the gift your kid what does it mean. If you're evil person awesome okay. That is right here. Gone what would you say about him as far as being able he's not he's not ever evil so if you take on and you compare it to people even the best person is going to be. Yeah not always doing quite what he your. She should so not evil in the sense. That God's people are bad people but as far as comparing ourselves to senator perfection were way short. Uh well we can give good gifts to people. Can't we what do we do. How do we do that? We give gifts to people all right. We help each other. You have a need. We're going to help you out. You need some time. You need some babysitting. You need some food you need some whatever needs some money. We'll loan you sound. We'll give you some here are tools. Here's some some baking supplies. Whenever you need we will assist you? How do we help people all right? Somebody says I want you to pray for me. We say we will be glad to do that. Anything else are sometimes. It's not so much we're doing. We're just on the receiving end of it. We're listening and for a lot of people. They just need somebody to listen to them and sometimes you will find. That's even true in a public place with a stranger guy to sits down owning starts Yakin and he needs he needs an ear that day. So you are the selected one. You're the chosen one anything else own own room. That is exactly right so many ways treat people as they wanna be treated all right if we turn that around a little bit somewhat. We've already talked about God's gifts demands so let's go and pick up whether next reference that's GonNa come back from Genesis Chapter Eight Verse Twenty Two. This is going to be point number. Twenty three let's see what we learn there then after we finish up with that we'll take a look at the book. Assam someone twenty seven. I three art genesis. Eight twenty to remain a CPAP. He's haven't harvest and cold and heat of summer night but I think about living in a place where it's always. I'm sure you could somehow work out something as far as crops indoors but it would not be nearly as pleasant as our environment. We certainly have some places where it's pretty warm if not hot all the time but it's nice to have four different seasons depending on the year and this year is unusual. We we might say makes things kind of get a little messed up. It might be a little warmer when we think it should be cooler. It might be a little cooler when we think it should be warmer but basically we can say all right spring summer fall and there's one man even if that gets changed up a little bit we recognize that there are four different seasons. That's one of God's gifts for us and that's helpful to US sometimes. It's nice to be able to say okay. We're not going to be cutting the grass as much after fall. UH-HUH WE'RE NOT GONNA be raking up the lease as much. Winter passes. Were not willing to be fighting. The snow as much screen comes and it's nice to see a thaw and things start to to bloom again and we have that Spring Beauty. That is a wonderful gift from God. In this part of the world we get to see that in a great great way away and God says that's GonNa last for long till the NFL. I find that to be encouraging people who are running around talking about doc climate change and so forth and they seem to indicate that you know we're going to be this way everything is always going to be really hot or you go back in the seventy s and everything was going to be really cold. We were going to be in the deep freeze and so forth and God says look. I've got a covered and this is my promise to you. You will always have the four seasons. Well thanks thanks God. That's not only encouraging to me but that helps me understand some of the stuff that's being sent and taught in affirmed out there in the world. That's not right. Anyone ever asked before we move onto our next text all right one of the rest of references that I put on here because I thought we might not mention this and we haven't is someone twenty twenty seven bursary. We'll have the verse read and after we have the verse read will think about the meaning of it for just a minute. Carol Lynn Twenty seven three solves. It is every board. Kits are a gift from God. Now why would God see that. Why our children a gift from above all right they are? I don't WanNA use the word object but I'm going to use it in a good since they are an object to love. They are someone that loved can be directed to White House. Children are a gift from God yes especially especially for the Hebrews. That was very very important. As you start thinking about the genealogies. They paid off all kinds of attention to that so we do as well but for them. That was a huge thing president so forth the continuation of the family. What else children? Gift from God to A. Aw One child I have one. It's heartbreaking. It is as people who have a ton of money and they would give probably every so that they have millionaire would say if we can just have you know. We're not interested in opting. We want to have a biological child and we would give our wealth for that one thing so they do see that maybe not as a gift from God but the do see that as very very important the here ups is is leaving understand. Some of the guys concepts says it. Does it helps people mature. You're in the thinking and hopefully their life having parents else's forest children from what. What about the Amish? What are we see here? Mom and Dad Look Repin more. Needs some help all right now. Now that doesn't work out in every case but you do find that in a lot of circumstances kids who will help the aging parents and that's a good thing that's consistent with scripture but they they are a blessing in that respect the hand there. Somebody like they wanted to say something. Okay that it on kids someone twenty seven. Let's see what we've got next. Act Seventeen in verse twenty five. We sort of touched on this one but we didn't completely get everything that one take out. Seventeen the twenty fifth verse. Is there and ready to go force. Brian was worshipped was. Men's teams disassociated anything given to all life breath and also. Okay when I think about gifts from God it's not just life for us but life for who else when she that raccoon out there tonight or that deer you barely miss or that snake in the spring whatever it is if life is a gift from God he empowers every single thing. I verse reminds me of one three where it says of. Jesus you holds all things with everything that exists still exists. Because we're Gods God's gift two years is is I guess you know you are because of me so the very existence of all things is truly gift from God so good thought Carol. Okay all right. Let's pick up with second. Corinthians chapter nine in verse. You see when you think about indescribable I mean. I think we can define that word. Indescribable means can't describe all right. We're trying to describe tribal. We don't we don't have the words we struggled to come up with some way to explain it. Can you take them example of something that you would regard as indescribable undescribable for sunrise. It's beautiful Komo Shirk. How do you start? Are you talking about the expanse. Are you talking about the color. Are you talking about Lee Hughes. Are you talking about the strength breath of it. We can't see just begin to see. I'm not sure where to begin. It's overwhelming all of all of them. Were start any. He started with one little part of you. Still can't that's correct you. Can you can make some attempts but you always fall short going back to the book of Hebrews it. Brian McMillan just a little bit a little bit ago. The Hebrew writer says what is man the foul mindful of it when you start looking at the number of galaxy is there are the number of stars the planets it is just astronomical and and you look at the Bible and the Bible says that God is interested in manned. We're not even a speck in the ocean. I mean we're we're nothing and God says look I see you over there on your little plant. Not too long ago handled little chart up here we have discussions at various times on some things and and we're talking about time any so I told I said anybody ever watched some of the Star Trek shows way back when okay few overseas. So if you're a star trek fan I mentioned this as attorney I I understand. I said I'm going to put this in Star Trek terms where this is captain Kirk. He's out there. Among the stars and with a great expanse let that symbolize he thirty and one day. The old certian enterprise how to this galaxy. It's just that that little dot and then all of a sudden all the stars up there on all the expense and there's this little stack of a ship you sort of what your mind. Think about that for a second hand pick them up there is eternity and then what they need. Hurry out says I'M GONNA make time. He surrounds time or timing. Is surrounded by Curti with God says okay everything. I think that's GonNa take place on that. I'm very mindful of and not only am I going to be mindful of everything that's taking place on that. Whip the creatures on that lip so much that I'm GONNA send my son to die for him I'm that's describing but at the same time you thinking whoa you know with all the other stuff out there on the other planets all the other expanse how can you possibly possibly not just be interested in that little blip but do with indescribable for and. That's what the Bible is trying to tell us in. Second Corinthians after nine Stan talking something describable drivable. That's kind of a word. Talking about here is very another aspect of it is so the magnitude. I've had reason to have this discussion before somebody came along and dumped a billion as on the floor. Or if they ask you describe to me what it would look like to see a building of anything. We can't oftentimes arm is around eight magnitude and that great. What when you add up everything that God has given us the problem? I think you're going back to the Carolina sunset. There you can say well. It looks like it's going from all the way the east of the West and you can give a number of different descriptions so the person missile sorta has a general sense of what's being described but at the end of the day you're still so far short that you're never going to fully grasp but he showed them a of youthful sunset sunrise. Either one it doesn't even completely incomplete. Cover Yeah Yeah. And that's why some of the songs that we sing talks about the love of God and is trying to say eternal is so far off the chart and scale. It's unbelievable believable. Martyred I was when she said. Take a picture of a you. Can you describe it the rocky mountains the Canadian rockies the Alps you can see those and take pictures of that. There's no way you can ever use can't convey day or the ocean waves coming in and talk about eternal waves and I suspect and I've mentioned this a few times a class before but features three says that God uses the church to teach angel something and I thought about that a lot over the years and my thinking is that it's like watching a master craftsman. You can watch him and he's he's doing one after another different projects and you kind of know what he's doing you know he's always making whatever but each time you look and you think how do you do that and you never get tired of watching because it is so amazing. And that's the God that we serve is. The world has gone through several several generations. He's helped some people brought some people up. Lifted some people down given great gifts to people and the angels never tire of watching and in some respects must be true for us attorney. We'll be able to watch and learn and grow and it will be amazing woman. Six twenty only three ball said the wages of his wife death but the free gift. There's our word. The Free Gift of God is Eternal Life so God has given us a marvelous gift but that gift is in Christ we must be in the right spot in general when you look at the word or the gift in the by the winner of three senses. We've already touched all three of these tonight number one. Guess between people we see that tonight as far as what's happened today and throughout the year we also think about spiritual or sacrificial official gifts to God and then as we talked about as well there are some of God's gifts to man. What were the guests brought to? Jesus Anybody Remember from Matthew Chapter and Verse Eleven Frankencense Moore and number three was gold gifts the used illustrate the timeliness gifts. This why do you think they brought the gifts and I don't mean necessarily from their standpoint but from what standpoint later fled to Egypt out that was probably are they were able to go because of those. It wasn't going to be a free trip. That was going to have to be funded somehow in house so providence. They show up at the right time. Exactly the right time they get the gifts and they're able to use that. We believe to ensure safety away. That's a good example for us. God's gifts they are things that God intends I used. Some people want to be harder so forth. That's not what you find in scripture and use those in a good way and sometimes God will provide in just the nick of time where we need number thirty seven. What should be or are some of our sacrificial? Yes got all right. That's GONNA be one time. I think that's going to have to be another God hearing him. Remember Paul Center almost twelve and I one of their for reading by the merchants of Godparents sent your body say what kind of sacrifice a living sacrifice. So here's my body auty got. Here's my time here. My okay say but left. That goes along very very well here. Am I send me. So they're back there in Isaiah chapter six. He's gotta use his talents right. If he's going to be free she got. I'm ready to go so our time. Our talent our lives if you want to be accepted God what's required Matthew. Five twenty three and twenty four remember. Jesus talked about if you're going to go to worship and you've got something against somebody what do you do all right. You leave your gift there so WanNa make sure that To have our gifts accepted by God. We're in a right relationship with him and we're in a relationship with his people and then we have is a closing verse. James Chapter one and verse seventeen. Nobody James says every what every good and perfect gift comes from Santa Claus Right. No where's it. Come from every good and perfect gift comes from God. The father of lights and that is true. We've listed several those tonight and we want to be mindful of those and appreciate.

Carol Lynn Twenty Jesus Kathy David Moore us attorney Brian Scott Bible Mount got James John mom Audet skiing Abraham Steve Bruce Sticks Ba Solomon Treasury