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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1830

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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1830

"Louis podcasts you love from people you trust. This is hi. This is leo laporte. And this is my tech guy podcast. The show originally aired on premiere radio networks on sunday september nineteenth 2021 this is episode one thousand eight hundred thirty enjoy the tech podcast is brought to you by worldwide technology and dell technologies with an innovative culture thousands of it engineers application developers unmatched labs and integration centers for testing and deploying technology scale. Ww tea helps customers bridge. The gap between strategy and execution to learn more about ww t- visit w. w. t. dot com slash twit and by. At and t. If their friends and family members you haven't talked to in a while. Don't worry it's never too late to reconnect to help. At and t. Is offering deals on the latest smartphones stock complicated. Everyone deserves something new so. At and t. is giving new and existing customers. Their best deals on every smartphone. Even the latest ones restrictions and exceptions may apply visit. Att dot com for details. Hey how are you today. Leo laporte here. The tech guy. Oh yes it's time. It's time to computers and the internet and home theater digital photography smartphone. Smart watches car guy. Sambo samad coming up to tuck car tech Digital photography guru chris smart Does he have the week off. I think he might have the week off this week actually But i know rod pile bahir space guy. I know it'll be talking about the very inspiring inspiration for all four civilian astronauts space tourists semi call him landed safely yesterday concluding that amazing three day orbital journey around the earth first time ever all civilians no astronauts. No trained people really all space tourists. Were up there In the space x crew dragon capsule a spacex launch Now they weren't completely Rose inspiration for his captain and the billionaire. Who paid for the trip was In fact Very accomplished pilot civilian pilot but a pilot thousands of hours under his belt including in fighter jets. Becky his name is jared isaac men. He founded a company. I never heard of shift port for payments. But it i think it was I would not have heard of it because it was a back. End system for credit card payments But did okay on. That started it. When he was sixteen in his basement built it into an industry leading payments technology company public publicly held took some of that money but Forty fighter jets and created created the black diamond jet team in which he flies over. One hundred airshows All of them for charity and in fact this flight was for charity raised. I think with ilan throwing another fifty million. I think it made its goal of two hundred million dollars for for saint jude. So that's the st jude children's research hospital so that's really amazing that so then you don't feel like it's just well just rich guys flying around he also picked a crew of not rich people And they're great. I have to say if you haven't seen the documentary countdown on net flicks You you could watch it haley. Who's twenty nine she. was a saint jude patient. Now she's a physician's assistant at saint. Jude's chris broschi who was in the air force he maintained. Icbm's was deployed in iraq Family guy a space camp counselor so he loves space And he was pretty gobsmacked when they call them upset. You you won the raffle remember the super bowl ad from last year they were saying contribute to saint jude's and and you could be in the raffle. He he was in it he contributed and he'd be one and then finally dr proctor. The fourth african american woman to fly into space. She's geologist all for came home safely. If you watch the video of them getting off looked like they had a pretty darn good time. There's a ride so maybe make a big deal about it. I think it's more important Step forward then. Jeff bezos and richard branson going you know suborbital and getting their astronaut's wings is a big deal for basically a non astronauts flying. It's kind of space tourism. They don't say what the bill was. But i think Jared isaac men paid fifty million dollars to to do it anyway. Congratulations to all. Everybody got home safe and sound. It's it's i think it's pretty darn cool so i'm sure rattled talk about that. I hope i have stolen his thunder in our three of the show This week apple had a big event. Nothing much to report honestly new ipads and ipad base model. Three hundred twenty nine dollars base model. The ipad mini New apple iphones. The iphone thirteen the iphone. Thirteen many the iphone thirteen pro in the thirteen pro. Max none of which are dramatically improved over the iphone twelve. If you have a twelve or even eleven you probably find. You probably don't need to upgrade to the thirteen. I'm not gonna for the first time in years. I'm not going. It's like yeah maybe the first time ever. I think. I've never skin iphone. But this time i just feel like i already have it. It's the called the twelve ten percent faster you know. The only big improvement of the new iphone is better battery life and they also asked the new apple watch but then said but you can't get it. Here's what's going to be but you can't get it. That has exactly the same processor just a little bit bigger screen. Maybe a little bit bigger battery Not much much difference. I won't be getting that either now this week. Microsoft has an event on on wednesday morning. They that's a surface event. A surface hardware event These are windows machines. This is kind of be the lead up to the launch of windows. Eleven which is october fifth. I generally don't recommend the surface machines. Not because they're not oak. They're okay they're over priced You know i liked alan novo and hp maybe a little bit better. But they're nice people like him. The surface pro eight will be updated. The surface go three weeks a newly designed surface book. Which will i think they say no longer. Have the detachable screen which is weird. And i mean what. How does it distinct distinct from the laptop than know A surface pro x and probably the new phone service duo successor last year's dual screen book form kinda cool. I bought one. But i didn't keep it because i thought well i don't know this is. This isn't really that good but maybe the you know the second one might be better. Rumors already leaks from a chinese retailer. Who accidentally posted a picture of the surface. Pro eight windows. Eleven finally thunderbolt on on the thank. Thank goodness That was really missing replaceable. Hard drives and most importantly. I think a very nice thirteen inch. Hundred twenty hertz. High refresh rate narrow border screen. Anyway now that you've heard it all you can skip the event if you want all of this rumor we don't know for sure but i think Pretty good rar pretty pretty solid. that's it. we'll see on wednesday. We'll we see anything else. I don't know. I don't know Us government has said. We are going to get serious about ransomware time pretty serious already. If you're a business you're probably running scared The biden administration preparing an array of actions according to the wall street journal including sanctions to make it harder for hackers to use bitcoin other digital currencies to profit from their ransomware attacks. This is this is a this is kind of a time. Honored way of shutting down illegal activity you go to the payment processors and you say you better not you'd better not you know you'd better not cash that check later this year. Expect according to the journal expected new anti money laundering and terror. Finance rules will seek to limit the use of crypto-currencies payment wreck mechanism. But you know that's really. What but made ransomware take off the earliest days of ransomware. I don't even know if you remember a couple years ago. They would say go to seven eleven by some money coupons. Sent them to us because they needed anonymous way to pay right but with the rise of bitcoin That was kind of the perfect way to task for ransomware. And it's more and more people understood bitcoin. In early days the poor ransomware guys had explained. This is bitcoin. Here's how you get it. Here's where you send it. Here's how it works now. They don't have to do that anymore. Everybody understands so go after the bitcoin exchanges that makes sense. We'll see you know this is. We'll see we'll see what they do. Because this is not easy this is not easy. But you gotta do something. What a mess. Just something like a ransomware attack. Every eleven seconds now according to barracuda every eleven seconds crime mentally according to my grandmother crime mentally Eight ask leo. That's my phone number if you wanna call and talk about tech. I'd love to do that with the eight. Eight eight eight two seven five five. Three six toll free from anywhere in the us or canada outside that area. Yes you can still call but you probably should use skype out or something. So it doesn't cost you anything. The website where we put everything. I talk about links and information and answers to questions is free. It's no sign up. It's available to all at tech guy. Labs dot com james. Derulo are scribe is writing everything down as i speak. He'll put it all up their tech guy labs dot com also after the fact audio and video from the showcase. You miss an episode. We'll put the podcast up there as well. This is episode one thousand eight hundred and thirty in a continuing effort to save the world. One computer is a time. Hello kim shafir phone angel. Hello and happy sunday to you. Don't you hate it when you hear that on. The i haven't heard in years. Do you mean fingers. Oh yeah we're gonna hear it soon. That would be a dial phone. Wouldn't it Well yeah like a landline Because i don't think you do you hear maybe you hear it on cell phone calls anymore. Well neither do. I know you will hear it starting soon. If you don't dial the area code even on local numbers oh. I thought they started that years ago. It some juice jurists. I think are are some jurisdictions you have to but in many places in the country you still could dial seven think there's some four but the fcc beginning next month it's gonna make you dial all ten there. Eighty two area codes and thirty five states that use nine eight local exchange and allow seven digital and the problem is nine. Eight next year is going to be a A suicide prevention lifeline. Oh which is a good thing three digits easy to remember but order to implement that the fcc has to get people off the nine eight eight exchange. Well they have to make them dial an area code so the north american numbering plan administrator that you know there was such that on a business car has put out a list of staging the lincoln. The show nuts where it doesn't matter everybody's going to have to do tended in glad. I don't use the phone for any thing that nobody five is. A phone uses computers. Anybody used phones well. Somebody used a phone to call you. Who should i talk to fun fun. Mike stir insanity income on mike. Shuster this talk radio. Maybe the last place people still use phones. Wouldn't that be interesting if we were the the end of the line for calling people. Yeah i still call my mom once once. We don't use a phone. I use facetime. Oh see i hate when people facetime me. Because i'm not prepared for that mom. Does that too. Just give me five minutes to put on my face as a mom. You're eighty eight. I know what your face looks like. It's okay. Hello fun. Mike stern or is it mixed her fun. Meister pay fund mike. Stir her how are you today. I am well. How are you very excited. Talk to you as they say longtime listener first-time caller well. It's about time i've been. I've been waiting for you to call. Well there's only one only fun meister. But i'm here for you. I will remember you from now on. What's that will be sure. What's going on in fund. Mike stirs life. Well you know what. I just got a new computer. God i'm switching out of my old gateway that's ten years old I refer to as East german nazi world war surplus computer. Gateways were with you. Know they got bought but in the original days of the gateway they were kind of the less expensive. pc but a lot. I won a lot of people. Haven't because they were inexpensive get used to be gateway two thousand. I remember the that acer bottom actually went through a couple of hands before acer got him. I think but Acer owns them now and they make good computer. So you're getting another one or what are you getting. Here's what i got my old ones like ten years old and it's Six data bits of memory I three processor and Yadda yadda yadda very old takes about ten minutes to boot up. And i was searching around. I actually conversely found a new gateway at walmart That's an i. Five sixteen gigabits ram two hundred and fifty six gigabits of solid state drive and it just boots up like lightning. Ssd's are the biggest improvement pc's. In years i mean it really even more important than the processor speed now is at fast solid state hard drive instead of a spinning drive so highly recommended. Sounds like an ice machine. I'm looking for as it. So my question is is about moving the data over. I've been doing some research. And i've kind of settled on two different ones. I want your advice if you'd have to give it to me okay The one is fast. Move and you're the one is pc mover by lap lincoln. Then they say that pc moved by lap link is endorsed by recommended by microsoft. So what's your feeling there sir. That's interesting that they say were recommended by microsoft because microsoft has their own solution so Or whatever you think is best. I'd like to hear your. Yeah i mean. I think these third party programs probably try to move your programs over do they. Because that's a bad idea. My knowledge that i understand is it. Maybe you're chat room might be able to tell you too but it swire standing that that pc mover moves your whole computer. Yeah and that's not what you want. Okay because the only thing you want is your data the stuff you made the same stuff you back up. Its stuff you made because you want to install if eleven year old applications don't belong on your brand new computer even if you've been updating the applications. It's my strong suggestion that you install those from scratch Everything worked just better. Same thing you don't want to bring old windows settings and files and registry files over it it kick you. don't wanna bring. Dll's that were installed with older programs over the just gonna cause compatibility issues so the by far the best way to set up that new computer and it gives you a little Kind of boost is to back up. Just your data. i hope you're already backing up but you'll see in your You know your profile your whatever used a log in. There's a whole folder of stuff Back that up all the stuff you made is kind of the rule of thumb stuff. That's unique to you back that up in fact this is a good opportunity. Get an external drive so you have a backup a local backup drive. Just you know you get a cheap. Usb go back to walmart cheap usb drinking be spinning drivers and it'd be fast bigger than your internal drives of five twelve. Say back everything up to that plug into the new computer and import it and leave it at that. Yes it means you gotta do more setting up. You've got to install those programs to you know. set everything up. But he'll be grateful in the long run. It'll be much better leila port ateka but yeah i mean. It's a recipe for disaster to try to do that with a One of these. I don't think you need these tools. this is a good article that you found from gaylon grumman A computerworld migrate to windows. Pc we'll put that in the show notes I honestly don't think you need a program to do it. I would just. I would just follow these instructions. Pretty straightforward the actually has some other kind of cool ways to do it. He does mention pc mover in all that. But honestly i think a not a great idea i i. I actually prefer doing it by hand. It's time for our auto motive. Experts the technology of cars with sambu samad at guide house insights. He's a principal researcher there. He's also a podcast her at wheel bearings dot media or to talk about a new technology for possibly for self driving cars and a second before we do. I wanted to get your comment elon. Musk has tweeted that People who pay ten thousand dollars for the full self driving software on their tesla's can press a button on the screen that says i want to be in the beta. And then they will turn on their Insurance calculator built into the tesla. And watch you drive for a week to make sure that you are safe driver before they will give you the ten thousand dollars software you paid for. I see the face palm tonight. Did i get that right. Is that actually what they're doing. You get it anyway eventually or is this. Is this just to get into the beta or sell. Yeah so so what what. They've done You know tesla in california at least offers insurance. They don't actually underwrite the insurance. They're basically just reselling insurance from another company because A lot of insurance companies have raised. The premiums vary quite a bit on tesla vehicle. I was mad when i got. Yeah yeah i was mad. Insurance was high so so what they're doing. You know they have. They have a behavior model built into the car and a lot of vehicles. Have this The salt usually built into the vehicle itself but What they do is or same thing happens if you If you like progressive insurance and a lot of other insurance companies you get discounts if you agree to share information about your driving behavior and they'll give you a little. Ob tude obt to dangle you plug in And some some newer models. Now they're actually Automakers have done deals with directly with insurance companies. To if you opt in you can share your driving data and so it keeps track of You know how fast you drive. How fast accelerate you know how hard you hit the brakes as looking for risky behaviors so trying to judge your behavior. And that's that's all the tesla's done here is they've they've built the same kind of model into the tesla's So if you're using tesla It uses that model to to judge. If you're driving behaviors risky They wanna use the same thing to decide which drivers to allow to have access to the full. Self-driving beta frankly. I don't think any title drivers Good enough drivers if if you if you have watched If you watched any of the videos that have been posted online even at the very latest version. Ten beta that they've that they've pushed out a week or so ago. The system is nowhere near ready for regular people to be tested. It's not really trust. Should be tested. They should have should be tested by engineers. Not an it shouldn't be given to customers yet was when we had the model x. My wife always said this car is a beta. And i said yeah. Love it. Because i wanted to use the latest greatest. She says i don't. I don't want to drive a beta vehicle. That's all we got the ford instead. So i just thought i'd ask you about that. Now you also have a new Product you just wrote a piece on it called the light. What is that so Light is a company that I popped up a few years ago with a funky camera that had sixteen centers on the On that look like as a fly it had all the. yeah well. The the camera didn't go anywhere but some of the software technology from that they've pivoted and they're taking some of the software ideas which is based on Develop building depth maps using multiple cameras. That are separated. So you get parallel. Just like our humanized. That's how we have depth perception because our eyes are focused and looking in the same direction but they're separated apart they each have a slightly different point of view and then our brains take that and judge Develop determine the distance to an object thing but these smart cars self driving cars use light are for right. Make a three image of the yes and You know but lied are still fairly expensive cameras. You know. you can get these cameras sensors for under ten dollars And they're you know a lot of cars most cars. Most do cars have cameras on them but they usually have one forward facing camera Or in case of tesla and a couple of others say they might have a trifle camera system but the cameras are clustered together. So there are different different focal lengths And to to use that to do death measurement you have to use machine learning which is inherently problematic for something like this. Because you've basically got a guess what it is. You've got to figure out what it is you're looking at first and then guess how big that thing is and then from From from knowing that you can see. Okay how many pixels is making up and then you can estimate the distance. Let's not a very reliable solution Instead if you have multiple cameras that are facing the same direction. They're looking at the same object from slightly different points of view. You can actually do use basic trigonometry to figure out exactly how far away that object is on the offset just as we do with our eyes. Yeah a few inches apart. How far apart of the light cameras on their their system. They're actually using three cameras one in the center and wanted each corner of the windshield. So basically why three feet away three feet apart and with that you can get fairly accurate measurements out. Two thousand meters wow kilometer with a long way though it is And the other thing that they do is You know mo- cameras digital cameras typically have An infrared filter on them because You the the sensors the imaging sensors can can capture near infrared. Light which is above. Seven hundred nanometers puts out side of the visible spectrum. So our eyes can't see it so they usually put a filter in there to filter that out So that you get images that look like what are is e but for something like this where you don't actually need the images. We're not going to be looking at these. You can take off that filter and now you can use those to capture that extra imagery that is things that she can basically see almost in the dark And see through fog and things like that. That is can't see so now. You can combine that using that physics based approach to depth measurement and also being able to see in low light conditions. And it's a great Either by itself as part of the driver assist system or a and more advanced systems that include radar and lighter you. Can it can be a great compliment to those too because as you as your systems get more advanced. You wanna have redundancy. You wanna have multiple ways of measuring that Looking at both Active and passive sensors That are looking at the same thing. So he can cross check each other and verify because sometimes sensors get out of whack and so you want to have that redundancy in there for extra safety so these new technologies mean that we will be getting fully. Self-driving vehicles in the near future or is it still pretty far. I wouldn't count on that Not not in the next five to eight years but we will have is. We will have Driver assist systems. That are much more capable much more robust because the systems we have on the road today they they're limited in their capability for things like automatic. Emergency breaking somebody runs out in front of you You know or there's there's a crash. They have limited capability to respond to that. That's saddam feature whether you're going forward or backing up maybe more important than your backing up. That's such a great feature. I i hope all new cars have something like that. Yeah and everything's getting at least you know the most basic automatic emergency breaking but this will make those systems. This can make those systems much more robust and much safer especially in low light conditions in bad weather conditions. It can these systems would be a lot better. Is there draft link of the grad. I dropped a lincoln. The chat to the the white paper i wrote about sensing talks all about and you know i tried to write it in a way. That's accessible to everybody. Not just engineers to explain how all these different kinds of sensors work cool. We'll put that in the show. Notes that tech eye labs dot com Wheel bearing the name. Assam's podcast wheel bearings that media. He's a principal researcher at guide house insights. And he's our tech guy for cars. Leo laporte the tech guy does seem like this is not moving along as quickly as everybody thought it would no. It's not But the the upside is that a lot of the technologies that have been developed are starting to make their way down. I'm actually Doing a talk At a at a conference this week About how things like re imaging radar and light. Our technology are making their way down into level. Two and level three automation system know partial. Automated i just wanna sit vehicle safer. I'm not looking for self driving really. I just want assist. Although i'm looking forward to this blue crews be because it would be nice to take my hand off the wheel on the highway and for I earlier this week There's a lighter company in san. Jose called sept on That filed their paperwork to go public transaction And i've i've talked to them on a fairly regular basis and one of the things. They told me some months ago is that they actually had a design when a contract to supply a top five automotive company with their light ours starting in two thousand twenty three but they couldn't say who was at the time but now as part of their their sec filing for for going public They revealed that it's in fact general motors so general motors Their their next generation after super crew's coming in twenty twenty three is something called ultra crews Which take it off of. Just highways and two other kinds of roads and ultra cruise is going to include lighter And it's gonna accept lighter for at least the first generation of it nate really exciting. Really cool yeah. Do you want to stick around and continue talking about i cars. I can do that okay. You have now. We'll push up on the top. They are to all right So yeah. I definitely agree with keith. Five twelve a self driving car with lots of seating is in fact called a bus exists. Today you're very cost effective Generally very safe or a train. We well i'm at trains train. Subway train is a is a great solution. Especially if you live in a city john and asking which ones of the passive sensors Basically you can think of cameras. As passive sensor the difference between active sensors and passive sensors is active sensors. Send out a signal. Some sort of radiation signal that is reflected back and then read so radar sends out a radio frequency signal. A lighter sends out a light A infrared light signal Somewhere either in the nine hundred nanometer or thirteen hundred fifteen hundred nanometer spectrum which is beyond line of sight beyond visible light but They've measure they've send up that signal and measure the reflection back ultrasonic sensors or another one those little those little dots you see on your car for parking assist those those are active sensors because they send out a signal and then passive sensors are ones that are just reading. Ambient radiation so. Rgb cameras visible light cameras. Infrared cameras Thermal imaging sensors Night night-vision cameras. they're just reading the the passive radiation. That's coming back and i will continue to. i'll explain more about that During the next break But basically each one has advantages and disadvantages to them But it it's best to have a mix of both kinds And was thirteen seconds left. I will give it back to lille. Thanks sam we'll talking to you. 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I have a wife became stages of dementia alzheimer's serie life Chances service which is a fantastic animal and my problem is that with the find my phone or the three sixty app i get a general area like she's in macy's or the south end of the mall And i can't find her yes l. l. is so good that if you're in like store and i turned to do something turn back sheets on whole she. She knows how to shop. That's why would she has a dog. The dog is a fantastic animal absolutely absolutely finder. All i do is a loud whistle. Sit wherever she is and we'll give an intimate bark shows that great wait for a little bit in bark or cycle martin large property with a lot of brush trails and the dogs with being. I can't find her worst fine. Fine mom she'll do the same things for bark sit burger. She starts to move so we'll go feed or whatever. Sit berman bark our but the problem i have is like in the mall and the store store managers and people kinda like it. When places loud whistles a lot whistle the dog sits and starts this intermittent bark right. So i'm trying to find is an app that would locator within ten feet six feet three feet. Whatever says she has an i apple. I phone much pal. Could i have flown. I've talked to several people that nobody can give me a pinpoint or more or less. Yeah the problem is indoors. You would be able to do it pretty well if she were outdoors using. Gps but gps doesn't work indoors then malls are really challenging Problem so yet nothing. I don't think there's any after will use the iphone into this. However there are a variety of devices that c- that's the trick. She's used she. She's aware of devices. If you know what i mean You mean so. Get rid of it. Is she trying to lose. You killed sue digit. I shouldn't laugh but she sounds pretty ornery. That's a good husband. I gotta say that's awesome. I mean you know it was like a like a simple tip to the market for pick up a couple. Things turns into a half hour. Search just to pick it up and it's going to get worse unfortunately not better and it gets to be very gets to be very serious house out there get creative well there are a lot of Trackers that you would carry like a key fob That will do it or would she be well. If you didn't tell her what it was. Could you wear a a pendant that looks like a a medical that kind of thing. All you're talking a woman eric. Look good. I'm going to have the same problem with my wife. I know exactly what you mean can put a key fob on her keys and just not tell her. It's a locating device. That's tricks sometimes takes per. Sometimes she doesn't take per. So there are even insoles because this is by the way. I'm being facetious but honestly it's a very serious issue. I understand and i know this is really hard on you and the family But there are a lot of solutions because this is such a problem. There's actually a. Gps shoe insole that you could put in the shoe that most people wouldn't even know it's there. I mean there are solutions. I'll put some links at our website ticket. Labs dot com to some articles For different trackers but she carries the phone and she has a watch so it would be nice if that would work better no. gps is going to work very well in a mall and The apple makes you know apple makes these smart tags. But i have to tell you Having used these for awhile if she gets this works okay so this might be the best solution. The smart tag it's It's about a quarter size of a quarter. Could be a key chain. It could be inner pocket. I don't know if she'll throw these away too but These us not just gp not gps but bluetooth and they will use the smartphones the iphones of other people in the area. So chances are she's wandering around on the mall. There are other people around and without anybody doing anything. Their phone will note her location. And send it back to you so that might be. this is something apple offers. It's called air tags about thirty dollars. Each they will work with her Existing devices which is nice. There is an app and and you could put the air tag on your app in the fine. My if you have an iphone and find my. There's now a devices tab that will show her air tag part about this. This could be a tremendous aid just for me but for a lot of people absolutely even for those folks that have children or even dogs because you can put on collar. They do have a caller dog. Yeah yeah the problem is the limit of with. Gps inside you gotta have a line of sight to the satellite and you can't in your parking garage indoors if she's wandering around outside no problem but if you're in a mall trying to find her then you're going to need a solution kind of like this. That will that will work because everybody has iphones now. In a way. Everybody's helping you find her and go and what it what it will do is show her show on a map. The problem is the map of the mall. May not be apples. Working on this by the beginning indoor maps it i mean it might be worth a try anyway Now the problem is you're going to have to get her to carry. The problem i have is say is in. Macy's would flourish john. Which department exactly and the loud whistle. you know. i'm on the second floor. She's on a first floor here. The burke i love it that that service dog response to that. Isn't that great animal. Oh yeah she actually picked up on a dizzy spell before yes they can smell it Yeah they're very it's amazing Tastic i'm so glad you have her or the dog. I mean not. Your wife is a real. That's a really good solution It's an interesting question. I don't know if air tags are going to be the ultimate solution for you. They apple kind of proposed that it would be but My experience has been. It's not. it's not perfect. It's i've i've lost my keys and not been able to find them even with the ear tags in theory that you can aim the iphone is if once it knows where the air tag is. You'll see it on a map as you get closer you can actually use. The iphone is a finder it will say now left left left right right right but the different floors and stuff might be a little bit tricky. I'll try it it's worth. It's worth a try. We'll put this link to an article about other kinds of trackers. This is a universal issue. It is yeah We had a loss. Boy appear who literally hit from the searchers. Every time a search team is a problem and asia these people and high and it took two days to find him but holy cow again. It was a dog to found him. Yeah but the people were scaring him and the tight. Oh man it's it's It's a universal problem and it's a worldwide problem and i don't know why somebody can't come up with With all the technology well there there is some stuff out there. The chat rooms telling me take a look at the smart compass. It's a smart compass dot co not con but co. it's designed to work up to three miles even endorse so this is interesting. It's it's kind of big though. And she's gonna know that's what it is. Unfortunately that's the. That's that's the rub. She's not willing to cooperate. The definitely adds to the difficulty. Hey you're good husband. I i hope we could find something to help you out on this. You know this is something. I wish i had a better answer for you but there are a lot of good choices. Not good but choices out there anyway. We'll put that article at tech guy. Labs dot com. Sam you got eight and a half just for you all right so to follow up on Some commentary in the in the chat about passive versus active sensors. Active sensors said are sensors. That Send out a signal and look for reflection passive. Sensors are just picking up whatever's ambient so reflected light or infrared And that can be in the visible light spectrum which is between about three hundred and seven hundred nanometers or even in the infrared spectrum. Seven hundred meters on up to about fourteen. Fifteen hundred nanometers And ideally you. You'd like to have a combination of both. The problem with passive sensors passive. Sensors are very inexpensive Compared to active sensors. Because you don't need something to generate a signal like a rate like laser or a radio transmitter for for radar but you don't know where that's where that signal you're picking up is coming from. You don't know what the sources Whereas with an active sensor when you send out a an rf signal radio frequency signal or a laser pulse a light pulse you know when it left you know when it came back and you know how fast that signal travel and because you know those things you can calculate the exact distance from where you started to work until the time it came back and then from that you can also figure out things like speed and and and other things but with passive sensors you You don't have that unless you combine multiple passive sensors together so as well as about would light by taking two Two cameras that are spread apart but looking at the same object you can see differences in the position of those objects objects and some basic trigonometry. You can calculate a taggers theorem action there and calculate the precise distance to that object Relative to those two cameras The some of the the systems are out on the market today like autopilot or What bmw has on some of their cars. Use a trifle camera. The cameras are all together and they're different focal links. And so you can't really you have to basically guess at how far away something is by making a judgment call as to how big that object that you're seeing is how many pixels and your image takes up But if you guess wrong and this is one of the things i talk about in the paper you have two vehicles you can have two vans for example that are very different sizes and your distance measure your distance calculations going to be very wrong if you guess long. Long van ron type event so Having a system that's more deterministic rather than ballistic machine learning gives you more accurate measurement to how far away the object is the other thing that's important as well as not just how far away the object is as a whole but as you get into more automated driving you'd have to predict what those objects are going to do. So you need to have accurate measurement of the angle of that object. So you can. You can make a prediction. So there's a car in the lane next to you up ahead. You know the couple of hundred feet ahead of you. You have to see okay. That car parallel to me is it parallel to the lane or is it starting to turn towards my lane in or pedestrian. And this is where you need really precise measurement of lot more than just one spot on that target and this is where something like the light system or like light are Can be very beneficial. So a mix of active and passive sensors are are really good to get a robust calculation where something is and also Pass even passive sensors cameras if they are if they can see in the infrared spectrum. You can see through things like fog and rain and still be able to see objects through there or see pedestrians which makes it much more valuable in poor weather conditions and also in low light conditions But you have to keep that the area in front of the sensor clean so you don't want things like salt spray or snow or slosh building up on their or dust dirt So it's important to have have them within an area where they can be clean the tech dino The proximity sensors those are ultrasonic sensors. Those are again very low cost sensors. Those are probably the cheapest active sensors you can get. But they're very imprecise They can't really tell where an object is only that it's within a certain distance from the center so the very low resolution and also very short range. They're only good to within about fifteen to twenty feet beyond that they can't really see anything So but they they do have a place there. There's a place in the spectrum. You need something from very short range to very long range to be able to have safe Driver assist an automated driving systems Also earlier on in the chat before my first segment The somebody brought up many cars that brought up the hyundai casper which came out this week Overseas it's a very compact crossover utility vehicle. It would be cool to have more cars like that. The us market. Unfortunately us consumers have shown no interest whatsoever especially in recent years and In those kinds of cars The the you know both of these really small parts have don away because there's just not enough demand for them. In a lot of other markets especially in asia and europe. Small cars are are much more common. There's not as much space on the road and consumers by the ear about the last one we have is any Which is is. What's the smallest. Barry getting the us market right now centers. Also we're she leases is coming in the next few weeks i didn't realize it is. It's the same as the. I three though right No it's actually a little smaller than i think is smaller than the shorter. I'm not sure about the overall length the overall length might be about the same. The i three. Yeah that Small is it like a smart. yeah It's it's bigger than the smart because it's it's actually a four seater right John's got it up our. Somebody's got on the street data for you. Yeah so it's it's pretty small But you know. American consumers have just shown no interested by small cars highway or big. And they'll cream you. Yeah i mean they're all built to the same they're all built to the same Occupant protection standards so even something like a mini You know it's small but It's got a it's got to meet the same crash safety standards. So she get hit. You should still be phys still applies right. I mean yeah but think of it think of it more. There's a good video that's online. I'll i'll find it for next time of Mercedes trash just a few years ago. The smart and e. class and the smaller lighter car will basically bounce away from the ping pong ball basically like think of it like billiards. Because i want her mini. She likes the little she likes a little. It is actually exist driving miana. We're gonna. I can't wait to them. Any comes should be anytime in the next three weeks. I'll let you know all right. Thanks sam really appreciate it. let's take care of. Hey how are you today. Leo laporte here. The tech guy. It's hour number. Two of the tech guy show where we talk about all those digital. Do hickeys computers the internet home theater digital photography chris. Quarter photo guy. I think he's taking the week off this week. I can't remember his e. John do you remember. I think he is but We could talk about that. We could talk about smart vehicles. Could talk about space. Rod piles coming up. We'll talk about the inspiration for and i guess A new satellite going up. Freon musk's starling. His inter satellite internet service. A new style satellite going up my studio manager. John all excited about it. He says because the satellites have Optical communication between satellites aka space lasers. He gets very excited. Space lasers eighty eight eighty eight. Ask leo's the phone number tech guy. Labs dot com is the website. That's where all the links shuts go richard online from west. La hello richard. Hi yoga to talk again. Thanks for calling. we're gonna do for you. I'm having trouble thinking email. I get these. Maybe the left hand. This is vertical now. The left hand Tax but the right hand text doesn't print so does it on piece of paper does it. Is it the text is going off the side of the piece of paper. Or i can't tell it's just planks so you. It's not that the margins are too small. I don't think so food margins but for some reason it gets to a point on the email and it just stops printing. Yes okay so this goes. I think goes back to an age old feature that nobody uses anymore. Are you on windows. Or mac ten. Yeah generally these days when you print the if you're putting the browser or an email program it will do take over the printing for you but you actually want to go to the official printers. Own print dialogue there print management interface. So look when you do the print look for a button that may say something like Launch printer control panel or something like that It may be in your. Do you use the browser to do this or using an email program like outlook. You know g mail okay. So you're in the browser so you might. I don't remember if chrome has or your browser has a page setup in the old days all apps that printed did they'd have a page setup which would take you to a dialogue is provided by the printer manufacturer. You want to get to that. Because in that dialogue there are lots of settings that will fix this there. Couple of ways you can do it. For instance one of the settings might be to print in landscape mode instead of portrait mode wide. Instead of tall another setting might be shrink to fit. That's probably the one you want to look for where it says take thing i'm trying to print and print it so that it fits on the page. It sounds to me like what's happening is it's printing as much as it can but it can't fit it all on the page so you want the the you wanna get to the printer dialogue and that's where you'll be able to choose things like fit to page you'll be able to choose the type of paper Most of time. You don't see it anymore. They kinda hide it. They feel like people shouldn't need this. You just just print but you actually want to see the printing Dialogue the left side of the right side that that you are missing right side right side because somebody's put an article here from bleeping computer about the left side. Wait a minute. No it says only prince left side Me that's you so you can do this. What browser Do you use to get your email or using chrome or chrome so the answer on this one is in fire. Fox go to page setup and set the scale to shrink to fit which is essentially what i said. I'm not sure what that would be in chrome but it'll be something like print setup in the chrome file menu. Or as i said when you hit print look for a button that says go to the printer setup. Dialog okay i. I actually called and spend a lot of time with. It seem to know what he was talking about. We he never did solve the problem. Yeah did he do that did he. Do these do these things i'm describing. No that's that's why i'm very interested. Yeah hey i it's odd. That he did not. What did he suggest he had me. Do a bunch of things. Which i thought was totally relevant dozzell's and oh yeah okay. Nothing wrong with your printer. It's the what's happening. The computer is telling the printer to its clipping it in effect. It's clipping off because the printer can only print so wide and the image that is being sent to it is wider than it can print so it just cuts it off. And all you get in touch with hp manufacturer of the laptop but they were impossible to reach on friday. I'm gonna try again tomorrow. But i'll listen to. I've heard your suggestions. And i'll say that one more thing to try and this is actually g mail specific g mail also. Has you can print from the browser. But g mail also has its own print dialogue. Are you using that to print or using the browsers file menu to print it in. If you're in your g mail at the top there should be Is it an looking at the gear is the is the settings is printer icon. Let me go. Let me go into a message because it'll be in the message. The other three dots in the message. Nope that's not a yes. Select print from the three dots. And then you will get google's version of this could lord essentially there's three three competing entities. Here there's your printers own drivers and set up your hp stuff there's windows own print simplified print menu which is frankly not going to be good enough and then actually there's four 'cause there's browsers print menu and now there's also g mail has a print menu and you. You may be pre do you. Just click click. The print icon on the male. Is that how you print so before you do that. do it. From the three dots. There's also print command there and you may think you're going to be get a setup dialogue there you wanna have. If you press press the print button from the three dot menu in g mail. You'll get a more elaborate choices. And in fact he'll even show you what that email should look like at that point shrink to fit or scale or there'll be there'll be somebody you can try to get that printing to work. You know that was. This has been strange. Because i never had the problem until about three weeks ago and i didn't do anything that you just suggested 'cause i didn't know anything about normally to sprint this stuff out and it was fine. I don't know why printing is such a fundamental part of computing and yet it is probably the most finicky. Tricky thing and partly. It's because you have all these different entities weighing in. You know you ever printer driver. You have windows. You have the browser g mail. They all have opinions about how that mail should be printed and you and you gotta find the right spot to tell it. I think the i would start with g mail instead of cleaning that clicking that little printer on the menu on the message click the three dots and then select the print item from that menu. And you should get a much more elaborate informational dialog which will show you what it's gonna look like and now you can play with some settings and see if that fixes it. That will be done this afternoon. Thank you very much sorry. I can't be more specific. But yeah you're gonna have to at least you've got to wait a look. I can't believe they were working on the nozzles part of the problem with getting tech support. Whether it's from you know the customer service rep on the phone or me is a. It's a communication issue because we can't see what you're seeing. We don't really know exactly what you've done so One of the most important skills to skills that are so important getting help. One is google learning how to search on google for stuff because their answer is out there somewhere. Everybody's had your problem with no matter. What the problem is. There's always somebody else who's put it up on a forum or put him in a blog post. You can find almost any answer to any question if you just knew what questions to ask. That's the problem. That's that's point one. The other one is being able to express to me or a customer service rep in a way that is useful. What the problem is. I think what happened. Richard is that the customer service rep for whatever reason might be because of how you describe. It might just because he didn't understand thinks there's something wrong with the printer. There's nothing wrong with the printer. The printers following the instructions computers giving it. The problem is the instructions and sent for some reason. He didn't get that so he's trying to fix the nozzles. The problem is not the printer. I don't think it's a software. Issue always always challenging. Communicate this stuff. I mean honestly. That's in fact. If i have one skill honed over the last fifteen years of helping people get their computer problems. Printing problem solve. This is kind of reading between the lines to try to understand. It is getting pretty. Good at that to say leo. Maybe he should press the three dots. Three dots yeah. I have the shirt. Let me see if i can find it. This is a different one. Leo laporte take eighty eight eighty eight. Ask leo the phone number. If you have a question a comment a suggestion if you hear something on the radio and you say. I know how to fix that you can call eight hundred eighty eight ask. You could also use the website tech guy. Labs dot com and leave a comment. They're all that's free. There's no charge so that would be nice. You'd be helping somebody on tom. On the line. From brentwood hello. Tom why leo how are you. I'm great how are you good. Good i hope. I communicate question. Because i've tried the other alternative googling and i can't get an answer my job is to make sure you to draw it out so go ahead. Let's hear your quest good. Yeah well when. I want to you call this the phone call of annoying Things about the iphone. There are many believe me when i want to use accessibility function the speak the screen. Yes i take my two fingers. And i dragged down from the top and i would say twenty nine out of thirty times. All i succeed in doing is opening. The control center is is there another way to access. speak screen. I think there is. I'm trying to remember if it's You could probably ask siri to do it Which is a long press on the screen on off button and then say. Let me see if i can. I can do a twelve pro so no nobody speak the screen. I don't know if that's to you speak screen. You need to turn it on and settings okay so that she responded properly. Let me try it again. Speak spreen sorry. There's nothing to read here. Yeah that works. So you have an all iphones. There's a button for. Sometimes they call it the on off switch. Except i don't like to call it that because it doesn't turn it on or off just turns a screen offer on it. Locks it so that button on the right when you press and hold that siri pops up now. Are you cited or no. Oh yeah i'm fine. Oh you just wanted to talk to you. Are you lonely. I well. I'm driving in the car. Okay i yeah so. This is a much better way to do it. You know a lot of things that you would want to do with a gesture so you can get syria to do for you so if i have let me let me open up A text message for instance hear Speak screen and now she's going to speak at. I think how long siri. I'll have to turn up the volume updated laptops. Wait till you williamson. Well thanks uncle leo. New york he reads reads fast. So it's reading. It's reading the text message. So that's another way to do it. the two fingers swipe down That also works. Yeah but you've got to be careful. Because i could see what the problem is Which is if you go too far to the right. You get the control center. Too far left you get notifications. It's gotta be right down the middle. Yeah there's gotta be an alternative. As i said you can ask. Does your is your phone your car. No i don't do that because that causes the whole matter set of problems yes i know. Oh i'm well aware of that So one of the reasons. I love apple. Carplay is when i get a text message. Is it for text messages. Mostly that you want to know. I want to be able to pull up google or okay and then i read to me. So once you've turned on speak- spoken content which includes speak selection. Speak screen so forth. You can ask siri to speak the screen you can say. Here's select text here the entire screen. You could say here typing feedback which is interesting. Actually talk to as you're typing and say you know what you're typing words it suggests for auto correct so I think that those are basically the two things. I actually wasn't aware of the subdued for the middle. I really like that. That's pretty cool. Oh i have it set for one point three. that's why it's peaking so fast I don't know when i said that. But that's why he's talking. So that's the other thing. The tortoise the tortoise and the hare it it used to be it seemed like it was sort of an infinite modification. Yeah now it's just one and a half to. Yeah yeah yeah they have. They don't have their. it's really downgrade. The thing about the thing about apple and it can be very annoying. Is there in their opinion. It is better for them to be opinionated to to pick the way to do it. And and and presume that most people prefer that they just wanna let they don't wanna give you too many choices his exact opposite of android where everything could choose everything. And so i think apple knows its audience and feels like it's better to be opinionated bertie for us to have a to direct the user so there are I'll put a link in the show notes to an article on voice control Had had the various ways you can enable it basically. It's it's the gesture that you mentioned swiping down from the middle. And you know what i do is if i if you look for the The notch and try to get right down the middle there. It's probably hard to do it when you're driving but might be better to use siri again While while i'm complaining I'm a pretty big You know the alphabet. That is along the right side of the screen next to your contacts. Yeah that's so tiny. I know i know i mean that's why i buy the biggest iphone. 'cause that's even on the biggest iphone that's tiny now you can set the screen zoom to zoom in a little bit which i do Or all the way but yeah. There's no way you can hit that right letter. Nobody can leo. Laporte the tech guy. So i think i could probably do it. I didn't wanna do it on the radio. Because i didn't want to trigger people's siri let me try it. Let me try it. Hey siri speaks. Green larks orig- share. It's doing it so you don't have to press that button. I press the button. Only so i don't know how do i stop over there so i don't have to so i have to say that. Hey you know who on the radio. There's no way to get into. Syria would recognize to bypass speaking all the ads and things that are stuck in the middle of the article and unfortunately not that smart. You can say. Speak selection. But that would require fiddling with the phone which i don't really recommend you do while you're driving. You could select it. There are a number of different speak commands Besides just speak screen but hey that works at least you could say hey. Siri speak screen. If you've got it enabled and we'll do it. I will give it a try. Thank you very much. One final comment i this. This may not be possible but You know people in the government This whole problem with changing over to attend digit number because using the nine eight. How about the a different member. Nine eight eight. That's i you know you'd have to talk to the. It's my guest that own that any that i'm going to bet that what they did is they went through all the possible numbers because most three digit numbers have probably exchanges somewhere. They could've started with a one. There may be a technical reason. They have to start with nine. But i bet you all nine hundred thirty nine nine nine or taking somewhere. Yeah that would be my guess listening to for years. It's a real pleasure knob so glad you called. It's actually a great question. And i did not know i could. Swipe down the middle with two fingers. That's really good. I'm gonna do that from now on. That's great stop. Series stopped at stop. That's quite useful. But yeah if you say speak speak screen because it's a country code that's right. There's probably reason they use nine but even to there's two three four or five. All of those are used in exchanges. Right so bet you that that's if if i were the fcc. I would have attempted to pick one that would require the fewest disruptions. 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That's right you nailed it so so those smart plugs need to do two point four and unfortunately a lot of iot devices are not smart enough to pick the right. so you're google mesh like most routers. These days is is is dual bander. Probably try and maybe dual band but it does both two point four gigahertz which is the old wifi and the newer five gigahertz bands most iot devices like two point. Four cannot work with five but not all of them can distinguish so is not at all unusual. When you have an iot device he'll see the strongest signal the five g. signal. Try to attach to that. Think it has successfully attached to that but not work because it can't understand five so what you have to do is to turn off the five gigahertz radio There's actually a number of work arounds to do. This one thing is to go far away now. this isn't gonna work with his smart plug I guess you could take your wifi router and move far away. What you wanna do was weakened the five g. signal because five travel as far as two point four so this is kind of a hack but you can go far away and Then it will only see the two point four. He'll join and you'll be then you can bring the wifi access point back. I am sure that there. Well i'm not sure. I would hope there's a setting in the google nest wifi to turn off the five gigahertz. That would be the easiest thing to do if you could do that. It won't hurt anything initially but it will it will. Then you compare the smart plug and then turn it back on because once it's paired the smart plug will continue to be on the proper frequency. It's just that it's just that initial pairing. Okay okay i. I do have a google apps on my phone. I didn't see where there's a toggle off the now. in fact i'm looking at google support and it doesn't look like there is a way You know this is a problem with the euro as well and the way a euro eventually turn put a switch in it because this is such a common problem The power cannot be justified and the radio cannot be disabled That's an issue going far away. Well just keep trying so the problem is the reason five g. is is preferable in many cases is it's really good high speed but as a higher frequency it doesn't go through walls as well so maybe sufficient just to go on the other side of the wall plug your router in parrot because that wall might be enough probably is enough to stop the five g. signal but the two point four go right through it i guess show. Well i'll try. That's a crazy work around. Isn't it yeah. I don't i just looking at google's support and says there is not a way to disable the five gigahertz radio nor can its power adjusted. Which would be another way to do it. just stuck with it so maybe call google i know with the euro. I was able to call eero and tell them this. Eero said okay. We're gonna turn off the five gigahertz radio now what you can do that. Yeah just now. Pair your device okay. Okay it's paired okay. we're gonna turn it back on. Maybe google can do that. Oh interesting. isn't that weird. These mesh systems can be one of the advantages of meshes that the the home office can do some stuff with them. So okay well might be worth a try. I read it your that. Somebody that work around is crazy work around. But in this case i don't know You know if you can't if you can't get google to turn it off just Distance distance i. I'm gonna guess that newer iot devices are going to start having five g. radios in them. That would make sense. The problem is it will cost more money and things like smart plugs. They're cheap Okay here's one. Thank you scooter x. Apparently the guests network on the google nest wifi is only two point. Four gigahertz can't verify that but scooter is pretty good. So use the guest network. In fact that's not a bad idea to set up the guest network Not particularly forget. But for i o devices. There's actually a big issue with iot devices in your wifi Because iot these little smart plug. Smart lights voice assistance. Routers all the things that are attached to your network. But aren't computers are often buggy and rarely fixed. it's not unusual for them to have serious security flaws. We've seen this with smart light smart plugs if they if they do have a flaw just happened with the The hue lights. They fixed it but the hue lights Couple of years ago had a problem which would allow a bad guy to get into your network and this is the this is the problem that fits. The device becomes a bridge into your network. Then a bad guy can get into your network and Once in your network well contri- stuff. So it's in a way it could be a gateway into your network and perhaps to other security problems so in general we want to keep those iot devices isolated if we can some more sophisticated networking year will allow you to create something called a virtual land that you can put it on or separate network in effect that you put the iot devices on and then that would isolate them. There's problems with that too because it means you can't control them with your computers so now you have to do a lot of messing around with firewalls and things like that. So it's it's complicated. Best thing to do to get iot devices that are modern and upgradable and patch -able an ideally patch by the company without your interference Ring doorbell had a problem. A few years back before people found out about it ring was alerted to it. They sent a fix out. You didn't have to do anything fixed. Automatically before it was revealed when it was revealed ring could say this is great. Don't worry we've already fixed it. That's what you want. You want a device that can be patched remotely by the company Yeah just. I'm looking at the chat room safe. They come up with anything else. Trying to guess that work. It doesn't completely isolate it but at least if you put the iot devices on the guest network and it's and that works that might be a good work around eighty eight eight. Ask leo if you think you've got a solution if you turning into here are photography guy. Chris marquardt christmas taking the day off. Today's going to visit his folks. So i always encourage that but i do want to encourage you to continue to take pictures and of course participate in our photo assignment. Chris does this every month. He gives you a word or a concept or an idea. Encourages out to take pictures. If you find something you really like you can upload it to flicker a free photo sharing site flicker dot com and submit it to our tech guy group And then once a month. 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I heart it no matter what That's journey do you know where south detroit is professor. Laura it's canada. Which is a little weird. There is no south detroit. It's candida brian's on the line he knows that because he's from dearborn am i right. You are right. Dearborn is not south detroit. It south of detroit. I know there's a song that says that to something about south choy and we were just playing it. And she's just a small town girl living in a big city world. He's a boy from ralph. Detroit north detroit but south detroit's cana. It's i'm glad i got an expert. It's great who can actually confirm my my suspicious. What can i do for you brian. Hi i just wanted to add some to last caller. I used to run into that problem all the time with the. Oh the two point. Four and five gigahertz. Yeah the iot devices. Yeah yeah and i. I don't know if this is true on all new routers. But i have tried to dan and it can be possible on the the dual van. But you're able to create your own separate wifi hotspots for those bands each band like i'll name one network five g. ban. Yeah you can have one called five g. like my wife. I dash g my wife. I dashed to g. and then it picks is it fixes. That problem is can just you know. Go to your to four or go to your. Because i remember i have an android iphone and the iphones like the five g. ban and there were always when he when he headed trying to connect automatically. It was a nightmare. Oh yeah like you guys are talking about. So in general i like to have. It'd be the same name so it can pick the band that works the best at the moment but if this is a problem unfortunately and i didn't know this ahead of time the google nest wifi does not allow you to do that. You're fabulous a router or whatever you have does but is it is an incredible router. I can't gene twenty half. Oh it's it's kinda old now. It's probably about five years old but it's one of the first try bans. That came out. I had a feeling was acis. I love those aces. Routers i really do mean the more options to me the better. That's exactly. yeah. Kiki routers exactly. Yeah you can over economical any promise to basically agree on a percent and that unfortunately is the problem with the mesh wifi. In fact i wasn't going to tell him. But i actually don't like the google mesh wifi for a number of reasons I tried it for a while. And i didn't find it was all that good. I a seuss's better. I gave the will mesh to my daughter. She's happy with because she doesn't live in a big place. She only needs one base station and she does not problem. Yeah this is why. Sometimes it's better to have a smarter router and those are very very good. I mean it does i. I gotta give credit for trying to make it easier for people that not into the tech whole whole tech thing you know. Some people don't even like it don't wanna do it. Don't wanna shut. i think that's why. I think that's exactly why google doesn't do it. They don't want to confuse people right. But you and i brian we like all those switches and knobs because of thing is used like this so that we can do something about it. Exactly 'cause i like to be able to fix whatever the problem. That's the kind of the story computing and technology in general on any device because back in the day. I'm i'm an old guy like from the early eighties and back then. Everything was so universal. You could take any of the you want to work with anything else. And as time went on you know that it came less and less absolutely and why because companies wanted. Lock you in to to their way of doing things and it's too bad. Yeah i appreciate it brian. A great tip thank you. I love it when When people call in with with good answers and it's great to talk to you anytime you. Here's something brian call in. Okay appreciate it and also it's really nice to have somebody confirm that there's no south detroit. That was a good coincidence. Born and raised in south detroit. It's okay journeys from the bay area. They didn't know they didn't. They had no idea. They know about windsor. Dallas texas craig is on the line. Hi craig oh. Thanks for taking my call. Thanks for calling. You're absolutely secure advice and signed up from it mobile and it's been fantastic. Good either a sponsor of some of our podcasts. That's the runway. Deadpool owns it ryan reynolds. Yes you can get voicemail do you. That's awesome recorded. But so does he say this is dead pool calling or does he say this is ryan lines. Oh good okay. But ever since i Signed up for it back. In april i have not received any security updates song so running the android security update. Did you get the phone from them or did you bring your own my own. Okay and what kind of phone is it. Took galaxy note twenty by so this is this is complicated. Because the carrier does have some input because it's their bandwidth that gets used and when when a android update it starts with google and google 'cause they create the android. They maintain it. They fix it. So google pushes it on an update and the first thing they do is they send it out to the the phone companies. That made the phone like samsung. Because they wanna make sure. Samsung has to try and make sure it works with samsung and everything. Then samsung changes it as necessary approves it then. It's their job to send it to the carriers who then update your phone because it's over their network and there is often a tug of war between the manufacturer in this case samsung and the carrier in this case mitt mobile over who pays for those updates. If you think about it. Thousands of phones these updates can be gigabytes in size. This could be a sizable expense and there are some kind of vague rules if it's a major update like to android twelve when it comes out then. The manufacturer pays for it but the point updates security updates and the carrier pays for it so it is possible that min mobile is blocking it. That would be a problem. i haven't heard about that I suppose you can call. Have you called him. I got Chat with them. Yeah the person that i contact that. They didn't know anything about. We just provide connection. You know such a higher pay grade than his obviously. hey they they should be passing it along. I don't that that kind of bugs me this important that you have those updates it may be. Samsung is not Is there a little slow. The only phones. I know that. Get a updates in a timely fashion or google's own phones because they're the manufacturers well You probably hopeless to contact samsung. Hang on luke we gotta take a break. Let me see if i can find a way to do it manually. That might be the better solution. Leo laporte the tech guy. so let's see Twenty one right. That's that's the newest one. No twenty note. Oh it's the twenty so it's a year old It should still be updated. I have the samsung flip. And it's it's I don't think it's on september yet but it's definitely august it's not far behind So me if there's a way to do this. I did bring anything. There was nothing line that i could find explained how to do it. You want you you definitely want to. I think you can do it manually. Okay so here's a way to do it. I'll put the link in the show notes. You can use samsung smart switch. Which is crazy. This is the software. The the it's mac or pc so software that they would use to switch phones so you plug the you use the usb cable that came with your phone if you still have that line around It may may work. It may not work with all usb cables because you need data so charging only cables won't works if you can find the phone cable but otherwise try other usb cables plug it into your computer download. Samsung's smart switch software. It'll detect the device and if the update is available the update button will appear in other words. You're gonna use your internet connection to download and update the phone bypass to bypass mint. Give that put link Actually already got in the chatroom james. If you put that linked to the samsung support page it says software update via smart switch so That is a good thing to know. Okay i also signed up for express. Vpn concerned with their sale. Yeah i am too We called them. They are They say right now. They're autonomous cape. their new owner Is not going to change anything about them. Including their management so They have assured me that they that they're same. Policies are in place that they're not going to change anything cape which used k. a. p. e. used to be They changed their name. They used to be ad tech company. They pivoted few years ago and bought. They've been buying up. Vpn's and it seems to be that they just wanna be. They don't wanna do ad tech. They wanna be a security company. But i will monitor that carefully obviously. I don't you know. I i use express vpn to And if there's any reason to think that they aren't any if there are some reason not on the up and up anymore i will. We'll just stop doing their ads. Okay yeah but so. Far i i was. I was concerned to And they we talked to them and they said no. No no no no. Everything's exactly same. They're not changing anything And it's the same management all of that. Okay because you know. Yeah but i'll but stay tuned. Thank you for supporting us by buying a at the ads stuff we appreciate. It absolutely helps a lot company. Thank you craig. Yeah keep an eye on all this stuff. Companies bad i will will pay attention Note to let me see on the update page on this defined software. Diversion so looks like you might. There's a t. mobile page mint. Mobile is t. mobile but they're not owned by t mobile there and mvp so they. This is team mobile's solution. I think the thing to do is use smart switch. Then you're not reliant on anybody but samsung you have to get it from samsung because as you know. They don't use the standard android you know. They do their own thing. So so google makes the changes in samsung has to modify it and then they provided. So they're a little behind poodles updates. But they do at least allow you to bypass the carrier into the mentioned that when we come back i did not know it and they they up to september galaxy s twenty twenty well. Hey hey hey how are you today. Leo laporte here. The tech guy time to talk computers the internet home theater digital photography smartphones smart watches all that jazz eighty eight eighty eight past leo the phone number eight eight two seven five five three six toll free from anywhere in the us or canada. Here's something on the show and you wanna know more d don't have to write it down. You don't have to remember any links. Just go to our website. It's there you free. No sign up easy to use. There's a search tech guy labs dot com tech guy labs dot com on the notes. Be there this is Episode one thousand eight hundred thirty So you just go to that. Page the first page. You see if you go there this week And then you can go into each hour one two and three and in each hour each segment one. Two three and four find the question. The answer there's text there we even put audio and video from the show after the fact so you can listen if you want to the question. And the answer tech guy. Labs dot com. No sign up. It's absolutely free now. One thing we will put up there. Craig dallas was saying his mid mobile phone wasn't getting the Android security updates. Those are really important. Google put those out every month. And as i said google puts them out and on the google phones the pixel phones. You'll get those updates almost immediately but if your phone is made by somebody else motorola or samsung or any one of the thousands of android manufacturers. You have to get after google sent to the manufacturer. The manufacturer checks it with those phones. Modifies it if necessary and then you can get it and usually the way you get it is they'll send senate onto the carrier and the carrier will pass it along to you. Sometimes carriers get in the way sometime to manufacturers get in the way the the best way to get android updates is to directly from google with google phone but if you have a samsung for instance you can also get it either. Wait till the carrier pushes it out to you or we found out. We did a little research. You can manually install it so. Samsung has an app. Windows are called smart. Switch the as the name implies. It's used to switch phones to go from one. Samsung to another go from an iphone does samsung that kind of thing but it has another feature when you use the cable. The came with your phone won't work with just charging cables. You need data as well. Cable came with your phone. Does that may maybe another one. Does you know you try cables till it works once you plug the phone on your computer and run the software. If you've got the cable that works your phone pop up on the screen and say oh. I see your samsung note. Twenty or whatever you plug in and at that point the samsung software will go online check for updates and apply them to the phone. So you can bypass the carrier. The issue is of course. The cost of bandwidth carriers manufacturers tussle. A little bit over. Who's gonna pay for this so this way you can go directly to samsung and get it from them. So if you're not getting updates and by now you know if you have a samsung phone you should be will the note. Twenties should be getting the september update. This update So if you don't have that yet or if you're worse as our as as Craig was back in the spring download. Smart switch it's free. Put on your computer plug in your phone and updated that way you want the september day these security patches are are too important to ignore. These are not feature updates much you know. They're not like the next version of android. These are really about making your phone safe and secure. Both apple and google are pushing these out now. At least monthly. I think apple pushes sometimes every other day. Tomorrow we're supposed to get the new. Ios fifteen for your iphone if your iphones recent enough i think Iphone seven and later will get that maybe the success will get it too and ipad will be updated twenty two. Maybe watch os tv os. All of them get updated. That's supposed to happen tomorrow. September twentieth but because apple had a big security problem a zero day exploit that was being used by the nso group to hack phones They pushed down an update earlier. This week on tuesday even though they've got a big day coming less than a week later they wanted to fix this right away. So that's the important thing these fixes these security updates are really important in fact if you've got an ios device an ipad device. Make sure you've got it up to date. The current version. I think is fourteen eight me. Check real quick. You wanna get those updates when you can. Yeah fourteen point. Eight and as i said fifteen becoming on monday tony on the line next from anderson south carolina. Hello tony kaleo Long time listener first-time caller welcome. I i came across your pants back on the house probably in middle school in the late on. Tv oprah hill screen. Turn you into a geek. House was actually adopted. When i was in from kind of fairly rough homes on story home last while. I'm glad you got a good family. That's good yeah. Well the first The first christmas They've bought me a computer and tore it up. Don't go what i did with it but i was. I was hooked for. Oh that's awesome but you looked at didn't you. That's a that's a great story. Stay in touch with your foster family. Your adoptive actually live next door to them. Oh wife and four kids. We live actually my my babysitter's and without getting into a whole nother story. My step actually killed my mom. When i was a child and my babysitter's adopted me. Oh god i gotta why odd. I computer but even just give me a chance in life so you know what a from a horrific story to a happy ending. I'm i'm so glad you got got a good family. That's really good. And they got a they got. They made you a geek actually. Sounds like you're ready to be like you. Ready to be a gig when you got it. Yeah they they didn't have a clue how to use it but they donated one computer. Got you Compaq presario Head windows ninety five and you watch tv to to learn what to do and all that stuff. What do they didn't teach me. What do are think ulan. That's okay that's part of the process. Sounds sounds like you're babysitters are pretty nice people. They took care of him so happy to be my parents. You ask for anything more than that and along. Those lines Real quick serious comment then a question for you. The serious combat. Obviously i have faith death more than most people in life and you. You had a caller last week. And then i i caught the tail end of it all yesterday's program of people calling in asking you to help them to access data from loved ones who passed away for those to be in and obviously you know most people are planning to unexpectedly But i'm actually back in graduate school now working on a master's degree. Hopefully i'm a youth pastor now. Oh that's wonderful. One day you're paying it forward. Tony what. I'm going to cry beautiful. I it okay. Yeah one of my md of classes. I wrote a paper on a biblical theology of technology this past semester. Actually in that paper. I incorporated be looking at it from a christian perspective. How if we don't back up our data and make it accessible to those. We leave behind us. I'm not painting a broad brush because not everybody knows how to do this. But if we know how to pass that data down in a format where it can be accessible to loved ones and we don't i made the argument that's actually bad stewardship. On our part we've got all these memories and photo's and all these this cherish data that would mean the world to my grandkids and great grandkids. And if i don't take fifteen minutes to make a foul and write down user names and passwords. You know nobody wants to say this. But that's that's bad on my part so From stewardship perspective we really shade Be able to pass that data down to our loved ones. But i love that perspective. Tony thank you for sharing that. I think that's really beautiful. You're you're exactly right. It's a duty. Yeah yeah if if i've got a baby pictures on wedding photos and my personal journal and you know all that early stewart of them. Yeah and it's it's not yours. It's your children's your grandchildren's take good care of it and it's all it takes his eight to twelve characters that they don't know to keep them from that forever man. I need to make sure that they have way to get that after. I'm gone so while i was doing some studying for my technology paper from of Kind of leading up to it and then actually preparing for it. I read walter. Isaacson scoop on steve jobs. What a great book actually work. Yeah actually work at apple store back in two thousand ten for me. i'm so. I love technology but So i was really fascinated with that book. And then i'm about halfway through his book on the innovators Kind of oversee overlooking most modern computer. History and i was just curious just from your decades in this field. If i'm fanned pastor enough end up doing some more graduate were looking at technology from a religious perspective or whatever that have to be religious. But if you could just off the top of your head thinking maybe two three five books that just impact you say. Yeah if i could recommend these books to somebody from a you know not get into the details code in or this that and the other but just generally overview and or or the impact or the implications or whatever of technology and its history issues What what top few looks come to mind for you. That's a great question. Thank you tony. Yeah i haven't read the innovators yet. I did read his Steve jobs biography. And i thought i was quite inspired by that. So so there's certainly there's a category of books like that that are biographical or historical. And there's some really excellent books about the history of computing. I'll give you a couple that i like One of my favorites is called hackers. It's not a bad guy hackers. It's about the early days of the mit computer. Hackers people really created modern computing spy. A guy named steven levy who has a great journalist. We're going to have him on one of our shows next week. He's a smart guy. stephen levi's great. He's still writes for wired. Hackers is a great book. And then there's another classic by a guy named tracy kidder k. I. d. d. e. r. that's called the soul of a new machine and this is old history but it's about the creation of a microcomputer by data general. It goes back to before the days of the personal computer. But i think that it's important to To know the roots of all so those are good books for the roots. There's another book that is in about history. But is i think important to understanding why modern technology is so revolutionary. It's called microcosm and it's by a guy named george gilder. Gi l. d. e. r. He explains why this technology has changed the world. And it's an interesting thing because until chips came along Stuff didn't get smaller and cheaper it got smaller and more expensive is smaller watch. Those are more expensive. But in the world of the microcosm of of microprocessors it turns out that the smaller they get the more efficient the faster the less heat and the less they cost so that kind of inverse relationship size and cost is is a key element to understanding why Technology has advanced so rapidly so rapidly. We can't even adjust to that and then there are. I'm sure a number of good books that would probably be more to the point for your masters degree about a computer ethics. I'll have to think a little bit about About that those are going to be more. Modern books I think this really. I love that. You're doing it because technology is inherently amoral. It's not immoral. it's not moral. It has no. It has no ethics it has no morality it just is and it can be used for good or ill and i think too many times we just embrace technology because it's new and it's fast and exciting and we don't think about the consequences and so i think it's really important to have an ethical basis as you use technology so that we do use it for good and not ill. Yeah and even in feel not have a problem. I am a fairly conservative christian. But what i find a lot of times in my neck of the woods around the people hang up with you know. Every invention is the mark of the beast. And here i am. You know years ago working for apple for a short time. You know incorporating all of this stuff in my daily not daily rituals even my daily religious rituals and i'm screaming. Hey these things are gifts these gifts of common grace that we can use for good and and while they may have they may just like anything else may be used for evil if object is all moral well you know at least in my world i have a responsibility to use it for a moral reasons so down in south or they're they're of real hesitant don't technology and but th there's people like me screaming from the sideline saying hey i can use that amac for good it's not bad i didn't i don't know if you heard yesterday. I had a caller from mississippi. Who said i don't want anything with five g. in it because i guess because she's worried about it causing cancer. Maybe it and i don't want anything from apple because they don't match my moral ethics and conflict. I don't think they're unethical. I think they're actually a pretty ethical company but it is important that we think about this I don't off the top of my head. I i don't i can't think of a good book about the about ethics and technology. If you come up with one call me back and let me know there. Quite a few of them There's one there's one book. I liked a lot by a woman Who's been on. Our show is named cathy o'neil. She's a math professor and It's actually good. It might be a good. It's a little bit of tangential but it's called the weapons of math destruction. It's how misunderstanding. Mathematics can cause a another things to misbehave. It's a very good book. Leo laporte the tech guy. What a pleasure talking to you. Tony men you have. You have triumphed over a lot of adversity. Yeah it was Nineteen ninety-four kid. And we're on. We're on a breakdown. Yeah we're on break. Yeah i should tell you. we're not private. There's a podcast. There's people listening on the radio. Yeah the march twenty second nineteen ninety four on a ten year old boy years of abuse From a between my step and my mom so he he shoots and kills her. And i go to live from babysitters that night. Six days after that so here. I am at ten years old. Mom's forty nine years old six days after that I go back to school. That monday and I'm at school for like our two and my new adopted family. Come get me out of school. bring me home. I'm like you know what the world's going on and some of my biological family is there with my new adoptive family. And i can still still. I'm thirty seven now. And i can still picture it that day. probably march the twenty eighth nineteen ninety four and My my my my babysitter mama. She said tony. We need to tell you something. And she said Judy wasn't your mother. And i started crying. Oh my gosh said who is my mother and then at that point. My thirty year old quote sister starts crying. Oh my gosh that my my sister is sounds of like a ray stevens home but i found out that my my mother's your mother and mother exac. Oh my gosh. My very next question to her was within who's my daddy and she didn't know But at least it wasn't that jerk. Holy cow i. That is a wild story. Yeah so now. I'm a youth pastor and Live the house. I live in from ten to twenty one. I i call them my babysitter's just keep the story straight but my my new family A few years after me and my wife got married. That house next door to them actually come. You had to buy it and you had to buy it my kids next door pop all Somebody was looking out for you. Somebody was looking at for you. Yeah i think we you know in my neck of the conservative christian world war. We're so quick to scream dollar tree or evil or simple you know a look at these modern technologies and of course they can use them for child porn or whatever else but just because somebody else is using something for evil doesn't mean we have to shun technology. You could say that about currency about money about a lotta things right I think this is really important stuff. You're doing because it could go the other way and so it's important to say though you can add ethics to technology and make it ethical but you have to have an ethical foundation. Professor seems to be kind of pleased with what it was in a classroom. Technology was bible theology. And i asked him if i could write about technology from a theological perspective and i went through a history of the old testament new testament advances of technology. And then i've showed how we can make direct application to that in our lives one of those being back your stuff up and make sure you get it gone. Mother told me to keep working on it and see what comes of it in the years ahead so i like to. I've always felt like with. I mean i guess you could say satan gave stuff So i don't that's not in my world view. I feel like if if god gives you stuff. He doesn't bleed. You buy the knows you have to. It's an opportunity for you to choose the right right and so take this as an opportunity and and then examine. What is the right thing to do. not just throw it away and say no no. No that doesn't that doesn't work and and i think everything is god given So the late the color you had yesterday i i. Try to be patient sympathetic I'd almost sympathetic. Maybe understanding but I gotta i gotta run tony. Great to talk to you really a pleasure. This episode is brought to you by. Kpmg risk services kpmg. Believes that when you've earned the trust of all your stakeholders that's when your business has a solid platform to grow. That's the trusted imperative. Kpmg risk services developed and put in place dynamic strategies designed to help your business earned that all important trust go read dot kpmg dot us slash trust to learn more leila detect guy eighty eight hundred eighty eight. Ask leo linda's on the line from la. Hello linda hi leo. Welcome thanks for calling so about five months ago. I bought a brand new. Hp fifteen inch computer okay and everything was fine and probably within the two weeks of having it maybe three weeks i started to get this red and green rafic that would show up on the screen and it would freeze. The computer was it. Does it say things or is it just blobs of red and green. It's like a red and green graph pattern over the entire screen. It's called that's called defective. Oh yeah well okay. So i don't realize it i turn the computer off. Yeah turn it back on. It's gone. I go without my business comes back about three or four weeks later. Not right away yeah. So there's some component there's some so there's some components almost certainly hardware. There's some hardware component that is on the edge and maybe Heats up a little bit and then it goes off the edge or something. It's probably your video card. It is possible that you have a bad display driver. Their software that communicates between the computer and the screen. They call it the display driver and if that were flaky that also could be part of the problem But it was. It's been doing this that you brought it home right. I mean it's. It's a new computer pretty much much and so i called. I bought it at costco. And i called costco and i went through all of the the motions of checking things. They couldn't find return it. They have an excellent return policy. You don't have to justify it. That's one of the reasons it's good to buy from costco. Get another one deal. I was over ninety days a well. Hp is still hp still fix it that you have a one year warranty. There is something wrong with it. It's hard to know if it software hardware. Hp gonna make you reinstall windows. They're gonna make you wipe the driving reinstall windows trying to see if it's a software issue but if it continues even after you reinstall windows it's a hardware issue and ultimately. Hp has to fix it. Because it's it's lemon it's bad leo. Laporte the teke. Sorry sent it to hp telling me that. It was my fault your fault that i dropped. It said i dropped the motherboard needs to be replaced. Not but did you drop it. Who never so you gotta fight this. Because you didn't drop it and they're just trying to palm off on you and they're trying to charge me more than what i paid for the control. My god. that's appalling no no. That's not okay they have. You didn't drop it. It was defective. My so they're confirming by the way my suspicion that it was a hardware issue the video driver or something's wrong with it the video card rather so they need to fix it. Say no it. Was this way when i came home with it and i don't know what your recourse is anyway. But that's terrible customer service. It is not your fault. you didn't drop it. I i know is there any outer damage. Is there any evidence on the outside of it being dropped. Nothing knowing the only thing i can think of is i have. The computer was shipped to me. So i don't know if something happened in the shipping fault this not your fault if that's the case it's hp s to go to the shipper but it's not your fault. It came damaged now. I would go back to costco and say no. This is damage they. May you may be able to get them to take it back even. Hp one i don't know i already called him and they told me since it's over ninety days there's nothing i can do. I mean i'm really. I'm mike i'm in it so badly and i don't know whether i should replace the motherboard or i buy a new computer. Hp's fall this is awful You need to you need escalate it with hp. It's a pain in the butt but it is not your fault. You didn't drop it maybe. It was damaged shipping but there is no external evidence of it being dropped. They cannot assert that you dropped it. It was defective when it arrived. And so it's their responsibility okay. Well don't pay him to fix it. Well no i. Didn't i have them send it back to me. And they told me i could have one hundred and twenty five dollars credits computer. That's how and that's how it ended. I like. I went as far as i could go. I've gone so far now to see if i can stop. Payment drew my bank. Good your credit card. Might be the best way to do this. So that's why i'm trying. So i will back you up. That's clearly not your fault. it's defective. There's no evidence of it being dropped. Their they have no evidence. It was dropped. There's no dings on it or anything like that right nothing. So they're just deciding they'll wanna pay for it but it's there you know maybe it's the shipper go ahead and contact the shipper now. I still would pursue it with costco. I would say. I'm getting up a ups upgrade. Cosco's going to back it up. That one of the reasons you buy stuff from costco is because they they actually go over. Bend over backwards to take care of you so escalated with costco say look. Hp is saying. It's my fault. I got shipped from you. Maybe the shipper dropped it. I did not. There's nothing was not my fault. It's defective computer. I think they're going to replace it. It's it's really in their interest to do that okay. I'm sorry that stinks. Hey thank you so much for talking to me and giving me the strength to now go fight more linda. You take it to the man show i have. I have to tell you something. I know you'll probably have to go back. But i work in. Hollywood is the casting director. And the reason i started listening to you is that you have the most loveliest voice if you ever wanna use me in a movie. I'm available. watched the video. Good looking older man. He ever need any character actors. Hey it's it's a pleasure talking to you. Linda care leo. U2 yeah fight this because it's it's not your fault. It's really their fault. They need to fix it in fact if he call me next. If you don't get satisfaction we're going to embarrass them. A national radio. You call me next week. We'll embarrass the hell out of them. You've got it appreciate it. Thank you have a terrific rest of your show tune into tv. You films tv i do. Tv and movies. How fun. I always wanted to be an actor but i ended up getting into radio because i didn't want the rejection gotta gotta run. Linda take care. Take care i. He's my rocket man. Space man rod pile is here authors space. Two point oh editor. In chief of ad astra magazine. Get a copy at space dot s. Dot org i on the moon is at the name of it run. That is first on the moon. My favorite coffee table book All about apollo eleven. Well it's got great pictures. Great text. I love it. Yeah right it's better to talk to honor thank you. It's been a good space and it has just a quick note about your last call. Yes i don't wanna be on the other end of a phone call from an angry casting worked a lot of capacity directors. When i was working on tv and they are not people that you that you want to buy. It does better look out. I have a feeling. Linda is going to take it to him and she should. I thinks should yeah. That's a horrible story. And i think you're right. Costco has got a pretty good that. Hp is blaming her for something that didn't happen is unconscionable. Yeah unconscious nasty business. So let's talk inspiration for briefly. I've got two stories this week. Inspiration for planet x. But it's frazier for came back saturday night. The little after thought. I was not inspired by jeff bezos or or richard nights and up and down but i was totally excited about inspiration for they raise two hundred million dollars for saint jude's children's hospital they they they. They were civilians in space. And they did it and it was perfection. Let's just. let's just make sure we acknowledge alon must for donating that last. Fifty million d- million filled the gap. Because he gave jared isaac men back his fifty million and gave it to st jude. Yeah exactly or whatever repay fifty. But yeah i mean this is great great. Pr and bezos to his credit. You know he's been doing some really good. Pr work He gave the s. money number of other groups and he did congratulate. Eli on a flight. But it's it's still dicey between those two. I have to tell you sitting in my car. Because i was out with landing was happening and i was watching on my phone. Space dot com to come back and so the moment for me. Great mission led everything about it but the moment for me was when those parachutes open. Because that's kind of the last place you can have a real problem right. I wasn't gonna say. They had watched netflix documentary. Which is still going on called countdown. I was chewing my nails because those four people were beautiful people. I feel like they were kinda going. I'm sure their eyes were open. But especially the the twenty nine year old. That's going to the moon. Yeah i think they were taking a bigger chance. Maybe than they really acknowledged. They put their life chance. If you've been watching that program the development of of the crew dragon for all these many years. They had a lot trouble with those parachutes had a fair amount of trouble aboard. Enter this really the parachutes. We're talking almost thirty. Major tests helicopter drops flights. You name it with. I think they will for three pair of shoes to four early on but even with that mark three designed which is what they're using now. They had a lot of problems. Doing we've been doing parachutes from space. Since one thousand nine hundred sixty with with humans sixty one you know. Mercury use single parachute. Apollo used three. We did have one slot apollo fifteen where one opened and then collapsed. 'cause got hit by a a fuel dump but You know as upset before on the view parachutes if you talked to engineers. They're just like wild animals. Try to model them with software. All you can. But they just don't behave in real in the real world so i'm so glad they got it right and this really feels like we've got and i don't want to jinx anything being premature but this feels like real finally on the leading edge of reliable access to space for everybody ultimately with the machine that just works. They're gonna probably use this same capsule again for the axiom of flight. That's going up early next year which has got an astronaut. Michael allegra lopez flying it with a three passengers. But this'll be the third or fourth us to this thing so this is just remarkable stuff. I just wanna volunteer if they ever if they ever need a guy i don't know i can i can i can. I can hold the ipads for him or whatever. I'm you ought to be an actor and an astronaut now added basically. I'm living my five old dreams. Three been my dream yes. I always wanted to be an astronaut. I would do it in a heartbea even knowing the risks. Because it's risky. But they did it. Good job well. The thing now is with with you and me. We're kind of in. Act three or act for ac seven or whatever. It is of life and as much as i'm a little more conservative than what is younger. I have fewer years left to lose now so tour set. I've done everything why to do it now. Effect you know. There've been some talk about a one way trip to mars. I would volunteer for that. I don't need to come back. I can yeah but have you looked at mars lately little grim. So hey what's next. What are you talking about. We got two and three x. So what's that okay new study. come back you know. I always look for new studies on on on the archives so forth and Study came back where they had looked at a bunch of an identified a bunch of new trans neptune in object so these are chunks of rock and the outer solar system beyond the orbit of neptune and sets. Pluto's logger technically a planet. It's considered one of these. Things is up the kuyper belt and they look specifically at four hundred something of them and said you know a bunch of these have really weird orbits and we're talking about their charting stuff that's between three and four billion miles with a be out there so this is not a trivial thing and they're looking at these orbits saying if they're just being affected by the sun and neptune. We expect this kind of orbit after being affected by the sun. Because they're far enough away from neptune that they're not 'cause two's pretty large but they're not affected by its gravitation. They should be at a ruffy lips but they've got these wacko orbits and they're trying to plot these things collectively to say okay clearly. There's some mass up there. It's affecting how these orbit now could be but they don't see it the cumulative they just see the all antics of it affects of it. So it's this kind of you know inductive kind of logic to to logic you have to use which is big in astrophysics it could be the collective effects of just a lot of other loose junk out there. Cut back like clump but could also be this big dark planet that they've been kind of hypothesizing for decades so if that happens we'll finally have a nice planet again. Wouldn't that be cool. They're calling it planet can call it pluto. Because that's what. I like planet x better access bugs bunny cartoons use that. Yeah and it sounds kind of mysterious various sir. There's is the name of nibiru. I was one of the names account with this there. in science If you can't explain how something's happening you think maybe there's some for instance dark matter. We can't see it but there's but it we can't explain what's you know the phenomenon we see without something like that. In the early days people thought there was ether that that light went through the air eventually. Michelson-morley proved it wasn't but that was that was You know that was the variable that was ex that they filled in to make sense of all the measurements and So it's it's a longstanding tradition. Sometimes it works out sometimes. It's just a bunch of stuff with rough lips but That's what you said. It had rough lips foot. I know but but you're right and i mean so much of again you know being involved with this. Jpl book again this year. I read these stories and we'll talk more about him once. They released him because they still have to go through a illegal and all that for release they are. There's so much stuff in there were you. You follow the steps. They take backwards from the data to get to something that makes sense. Yeah and it just makes my hair curl love science. They're really really smart. Smart people doing smart stuff guy pile he and i are going to. The author is space to point in her editor in chief at that stra space dot. Nss dot org. Thank you right. it's a pleasure q. Leo laporte the teke. Are you one of the shopping. Was the boat. Just just for this weekend and I tested okay. Tested my speed. That seemed to be okay. We stood biggest. Issue is There's a lag so you're hearing me a second or two later and makes a little weird but hey it worked We got it done. Well i'll be. I'll be for the first time next week. I'll be on my new ethernet lines so quietly. I'll have wired. Maybe we'll have video again. That would be nice that that'd be fun. That's the intention. And i found it very nice. Guy who drilled holes and crawled around the everything gotta do. Yeah got the wire and as you as we discussed. It's surprisingly hard to find people willing to run the internet in your house. Especially townhouse yeah. I'm glad i've got you gotta to hide it behind. Pipes you're going to. You're going gonna be so happy that you did it. It's going to be happy that works for your show. I don't think about internet anymore. I really don't. it's really good. Hey gotta run but Okay thank you rod wire by boy. Okay bye bye thank you for. Let me be your tech guy. i appreciate it. Thanks to professor laura our musical director she and her baton keep us Dancing thanks to kim. Shafir our phone angel. She answers all your calls. Thanks most of all those of you. Who call in. Insure your life stories with me. I'm all of us. I appreciate that and thanks to all of you. Who listen couldn't do without you. So let's do it all again next week. You know shall we. You say carlos is on the line from hawthorne california. Hi carlos elio how you doing. I'm doing great. I'm doing great. Thanks what can i do for you. Yeah i'm having a problem with my pc so windows ten pc. Everything's relatively new about a year old Changed the motherboard out. Put new ram in there And everything's fine and May six months later Getting the pc this shit all of a sudden shutting down at ten forty three every night. Wait a minute. It's always the same time all the time. I went into the the task scheduler to see if there was something in there couldn't find anything so i'm at a loss. I don't know what it is. Well is is. Your house is an older house. Do you have do you. Have many generations lived there perhaps some distant generations. Coming back and haunting. You're mitch no i'm just kidding. So first of all you might wanna look in bios because some. Pc's do have schedulers built into the setup. You know that thing you when you hit f two or f twelve and go in there check and make sure there's no scheduler there as well okay It's not powering. It's not related to how long you've used it or how long it's been on. It's always ten forty three pm exactly exactly and baby the computer. I have a a One of the call line conditioner. There's nothing wrong with your computer. It's it's software. I mean it's gotta be in fact you could test it by changing the time on your computer and seeing if it thinks it's ten forty three but it's really eight forty three instills shuts down. Then you know then you know for sure There you chat room saying look at the system logs or the console log because you should see an event and you could see what event was. It triggered the shutdown. It's nice that you know exactly when because you could just go right back to that point in the log so it may be other things are triggering the shutdown the other thing that could be is the is the ups that you're on it. Does it have a usb connection to the computer as well. No it's actually not a ups. The line collision is okay or because sometimes ups as they have usb connections and they they can converse with the computer about shutting down and stuff. So i thought maybe it was telling its shutdown. now that's not it So so click start type event viewer and look at all of the events and see if what happened at ten forty three. That'll give you some idea. Yeah that's really. When i forget about it and i'm doing something and all of a sudden just do all of a sudden says studying down that rates great Yeah i mean you you were right to look at the the the task scheduler but there are other things that could do that. So you wanna figure. That's why it's hard to figure out so i would. I would look and see if the viewer has an entry around there Might say we might give you a hint as to what's going on. How you it's gotta be software. It's not the bios. It's it's not the system itself Look in your power settings but it's going to be in bios. It's going to be an rather in software somewhere and it's just a question what program. I love that we in reinstalling windows. If if i can't find anything in the biologists reinstalling windows you think that'll help Yeah possibly I don't think you should have to. I think that's that's that's kind of extreme solution. It would fix it probably but Here's one The red con five. Who's an it guy for a very well known. Filmmaker won't say who says Try this command on the command line. Power cf g. power configured pow g. space slash. Sleep study okay. We'll give you a report. You actually can can confide on the hard drive as well. But i'll give you report about what's going on when it when when it slept and why that might help as well so. These are all useful diagnostics. That people don't normally look at the event viewer or the sleep study but that's a useful thing to know rain. Great i can ask you just one. Quick question here is We've put this computer to get. 'cause i i really like it. I enjoy using the fight. Twenty twenty The thing is i'm using it. And i don't have it maxed out all the graphics But also don't get out of Say memory memory or memory fault. And i can't figure it out. I i have a really good processor. Plenty of ram a good Recommended video car. Have you run a memory test on it sometimes. One in bios but if not You can download. There's a lot of Various memory tests meme test is the one i use. See if you've got you may have a bad ram chip. Maybe yeah okay. The happens You can also receipt. The rams sometimes is a little gigli It can it can do that. Okay hey let me know. Carlos i'd love to know it's a mystery ten forty-three what happened at ten. Forty three was when lincoln was shot. I don't know that computer. I dunno windows. Ten comes with a useful little feature called sleep study report. It's part of the modern standby state. And that's that's what rick con is referring to. And you can. You can actually run this. This leap study and And see what's going on to get the report. I guess you have to be an admin to do it so you want the elevated command prompt you want to run it as it men and then power can fig slash sleep study in a a report for the last three days analyzed by the sleep study very useful. Thank you matthew. That's a that's a good tip. I can't believe we're out of time. Time goes so fast. I'm sorry i didn't get to your doctor bird. He wanted to talk about photography. So my favorite subject. Let's do it next week. Tucker bird all right calling early we'll get you on at the beginning of the show. Leo laporte the tech guy. I'll see you next time. Have a great kikwete. Well that's it for the tech show for today. Thank you so much for being here. And don't forget twit. Twit it stands for this week at tech and you find it a twitter tv including the podcast for the show. We talk about windows and windows. Weekly macintosh amac. Great weekly ipads iphones. Apple watches them. I o s today security and security. I mean i can go on and on and on and of course the big show every sunday afternoon this week in tech you'll find it all at twit dot tv and i'll be back next week with another great tech guy show. Thanks join me the next time.

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The First All-Civilian Team of Astronauts Is Headed to Orbit. Heres What to Know About the Inspiration4 Mission

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The First All-Civilian Team of Astronauts Is Headed to Orbit. Heres What to Know About the Inspiration4 Mission

"Brought to you. By american express business american express offers a line of cards dow. Take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a card built for business. The first all civilian team of astronauts is headed to orbit. Here's what the know about the inspiration for mission by alejandro dela garza. The prospect of space travel will feel much different after the inspiration for mission the first orbital mission with an all civilian crew launches this fall. Once that happens the history of human spaceflight will instantly be divided into two eras. There will have been the six decades after the first human circled above the earth in nineteen sixty one when orbital space was mostly a realm solely for nation states and their handpicked astronauts and then there will be the post twenty twenty one era following inspiration for when space travel will come definitely within the grasp of private corporations and citizens an era in which for the right price. Anyone can look down at our blue marble from orbit. It's hard to say what that transition will mean whether space travel than its benefits will be democratized across society or come to be exploited solely by corporations and the uber wealthy. For now the answer may be a little of both after. Two billionaires launched themselves in the space earlier this year mostly for their own benefit a third. Jared isaac mun is sent to bring three ordinary folks along with him high into orbit an adventure structured to raise money and awareness for research into childhood cancer. Here's what the know about the historic inspiration for mission. What are the origins of the inspiration for mission. The groundwork that led to inspiration for was laid more than two decades ago. The market for private civilian spaceflight was opened by dennis tito an american investment manager who in april two thousand one paid twenty million dollars to fly to the international space station aboard a russian so use rocket becoming the world's first space tourist a little over a year later alon. Musk than a successful software. Entrepreneur founded spacex who's to stage reusable falcon nine rocket and crew dragon spacecraft will bring inspiration for his crew into orbit while space x was first getting off the ground figuratively and literally jared isaac men then. A teenager was building the fortune. That would eventually afford him a commander spot on the company's first all civilian flight isaac. I got in touch with spacex and other commercial space firms back in two thousand seven telling them he would be willing to purchase tickets aboard a space flight when they became available. But the inspiration for mission itself didn't come together until after space x launch two nasa astronauts to the iss in june twenty twenty becoming the first private company to do so and its subsequent launch of a full four person crew. Five months later. Isaac men and spacex began planning the inspiration for launch shortly after. Those trial runs announcing the mission in february of this year. Where is the crew going. The inspiration for crew is set to launch from kennedy space center about fifty miles east of orlando florida. On september fifteenth the crew isn't docking with the i s instead the twenty six foot. high dragon. capsule will shoot eighty miles above it in orbit circling the earth. At an altitude of three hundred sixty miles. After three days aloft the crew will return to earth splashing down in the waters off the florida. Coast whose jared isaac mun isaac. A thirty eight year old billionaire and pilot will serve as commander of the inspiration for mission as a teenager. He dropped out of high school and founded an online payments startup in nineteen ninety nine then called united bank a business that would rocket his net worth to well over two billion dollars several acquisitions and rebrand later. The company emerged in two thousand eighteen as shift four payments going public in twenty twenty. It now has a market capitalisation of about seven point. One billion dollars separately. Isaac men in twenty twelve founded drunken international a dogfight simulation company that works with the us air force. Isaac men who owns a high performance. Mig twenty nine fighter. Jet among other aircraft is an accomplished pilot himself. Having said a sixty two our record for an eastbound round the world flight in two thousand nine. Who else is flying on. Inspiration for three crew members will accompany isaac men on the inspiration for flight. Haley arsenault h twenty nine a pediatric cancer survivor and physician assistant. At saint jude's children's research hospital will be the youngest american ever to go to space. And the first with a prosthesis joining her. And isaac men will be chris some broschi age forty one a us. Air force veteran and lockheed martin aerospace industry data engineer and dr syon proctor h fifty one a geosciences professor and science communicator. At south mountain community college in phoenix. How were the crew members chosen. After purchasing four seats from spacex. Isaac ben gave two of his tickets to saint. Jude's one reserved for a frontline. Healthcare worker was given to arsenault. The other was sent to go to a randomly drawn winner of a sweepstakes which ultimately raised thirteen million dollars for the hospital. Isaac has donated one hundred million dollars of his own money. That winner a friend of some broschi ended up deciding not to join the mission and they transferred the prize. a trip to space to sim brodsky instead. Dr proctor was selected from a competition among entrepreneurs tasked with setting up online stores using isaac men's shift for payment platform. How long will inspiration for being space. The mission is planned to last for about three days. Launching some time on september fifteenth space launches are of course subject to weather and mechanical delays. Have any other. Private citizens been in space before assigned from the recent up and down sub orbital hops by billionaires richard branson and jeff bezos and their entourage's a host of civilians have flown on spaceflights before for instance bill nelson the current nasa administrator flew aboard the space shuttle columbia in nineteen eighty six as a. Us congress person the second such politician to tag along and a nasa mission akiyama toyohiro. A japanese television reporter was sponsored by his network to travel to the soviet mir space station in nineteen ninety. Dennis tito the first tourist visitor to the iss offers a closer parallel to isaac men's current mission others have followed him including a new show on sorry the first female space tourist and charles simoni the creator of the first versions of microsoft word and excel. Who in two thousand nine became the first repeat space tourist but inspiration for marks the first orbital mission by a crew made up entirely of civilians. What is the crew doing to get ready. Spacex is running the crew through all the astronaut fundamentals teaching them how to function at zero gravity and under high g forces there also mastering emergency preparedness skills while the space x crew dragon will largely fly itself. Crew must be ready to take over in case the unexpected happens. Isaac men has added some of his own ideas into the mix for instance. He took the crew on a mountain hiking expedition to help them bond and learn how to operate together under harsh conditions. Cow is spacex involved. Elon musk's spacex is a big player in inspiration for training the astronauts launching the crew and monitoring the mission as it progresses isaac. Men may be captaining. The space craft while the team is in orbit but for all intents and purposes space x will serve as travel planners airline autopilot control tower and return welcome party space has even gone through the trouble of removing the crew. Dragons docking paraphernalia unnecessary for this flight. Because it won't be linking up with the iss and replacing it with a windowed coupo- to afford the crew better views out the knows. How a st jude. Children's research hospital involved. The inspiration for mission aims to raise two hundred million dollars for saint jude children's research hospital half of which isaac men is providing himself. It's also meant to help. Raise awareness of childhood cancer which saint jude's specializes in treating back in february that fundraising got off to a brisk start with one million in donations pouring in the day after the mission was announced. What are they going to do while they're up there for one thing. The crew says they'll be helping to perform medical experiments in zero gravity conditions taking blood samples sampling their personal biomass and swabbing. The walls of the spacecraft. They'll also be taking in views from the spacecraft's cupola and calling home. to loved. ones and patients at saint jude sim brodsky. Says he's planning to perform a song from space and dr proctor will teach an art lesson out. Can i watch the inspiration. For launch and follow its progress time will be hosting a launch livestream and following the mission's progress closely on time dotcom time studios is producing a documentary series on the inspiration for mission. Meet lucy bella. Owner fancy flowers business was slow until lucy received an email wedding date february fourteenth flowers only red roses valentine's day the most expensive day for red roses so she used her american express business card. Which gives you the ability to pay overtime with interest so she could buy those red roses. Now talk about love and bloom built for business by american express. Don't do business without while. This story is fictional. The value of amex business cards real terms. They're more at american express dot com slash business cards.

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Inspiration4 Makes Space History With First-Ever All-Civilian Orbital Launch

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Inspiration4 Makes Space History With First-Ever All-Civilian Orbital Launch

"Brought to you. By american express business american express offers a line of cards dow. Take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a card built for business. Inspiration for makes space history with first ever all civilian orbital launch by. Jeffrey kluger in the end the camping trip up the flank of mount rainier that the inspiration for crew made back in april may have done more than anything else to prepare them for last night's successful launch into earth orbit at eight. Oh two pm eastern time from pad thirty nine a at cape canaveral florida even the day before the launch at a t minus twenty seven our press conference they were still talking about the experience and what it taught them. Haley arsenault age twenty nine a physician assistant at saint jude children's research hospital and who tonight became the first person to fly in space with a prosthetic a. Rod in place of her left femur which she lost her childhood cancer called the hike. The most daunting and transformative part of the training one that forged powerful bonds among the all civilian crew members. It was ten hours of hiking and three days of camping with four people in small tents. She said chris dombroski. H forty one. An engineer at lockheed martin and everett washington sees the three days the crew will spend in orbit before their saturday splashdown as in some ways. Nothing more than an extension of the mount rainier trip. It will be like camping with your three closest friends and van for three days. He said sim broschi. Even pacta ukulele for the journey and when she will use to perform a song from space as part of the mission's goal of raising two hundred million dollars for saint jude. But if this is a camping trip it began like no other while the lift off of the falcon nine rocket carrying inspiration for spacex crew dragon spacecraft precisely on time on a warm but breezy florida evening with temperatures of eighty one degrees under a partly cloudy sky at t minus zero the nine engines on the two hundred thirty foot falcon lit and the rocket muscled itself off the pad the first stage burn for one hundred fifty six seconds carrying the crew fifty miles high before cutting off on schedule and coming in for an upright landing on a recovery barge then the second stage ignited and just over eight and a half minutes after launch the crew of inspiration for was in orbit the inspiration for mission was the brainchild of jared. Isaac men the billionaire. Ceo of shift for payments an online payments company. Who bought all four seats aboard the dragon for a reported fifty million dollars a piece. The goal was to fly the first all civilian non-professional astronaut crew space and in the process race. About for saint jude. Isaac mun knew from the start that he wanted to saint jude employee on the crew and the hospital recommended arsenault who promptly accepted after as she likes to note. Checking with her mom sim brodsky won his seat and sweepstakes that he entered by making a contribution to saint jude the fourth crew member syon proctor. H fifty one. A professor of geosciences at south mountain community college in phoenix. Arizona had her ticket punched by winning a contest to design an online store using shipped force software. Proctor is only the fourth african american woman to fly in space and as second in command aboard inspiration for the first to carry the title pilot. This is really special. She said at the press event. One of my goals with this flight is to inspire the next generation of women of color. Inspire is a word that comes up a lot with this mission. But not just an its name. That's the way isaac majete who as he says could have just gone up with a bunch of his flying buddies if he had merely wanted to go to space likes things he even assigned each of the seats on the space craft the name of equality he hopes the mission and the astronauts will embody his own. Spot is the leadership seat arsenals is hope. Some brodsky's is generosity and proctor's is prosperity and if that seems as much marketing as anything else. It's marketing that's working. Isaac mun donated the first one hundred million to saint jude on of his own pocket but small donors have contributed another thirty million dollars toward the final two hundred million dollar target with the publicity generated by tonight's launch and the three days the astronauts will be in space that total is expected to grow. I know we're going to crush that. Two hundred million dollar goal said arsenault while aloft. The crew will also be doing some hard science and a bit of less art. Science as medical officer arsenault will be collecting saliva. Swabs and blood from fingertip bricks from the crew to conduct experiments on the microbiome in space as well as conducting ultrasound experiments to analyze fluid shifts in the body and zero g proctor. An artist and hurt terrestrial life will be painting and space and is anxious to learn about the fluid dynamics of watercolors in a weightless environment. The crew is also aiming for a record of sorts flying to an ultimate altitude of more than three hundred fifty miles about one hundred miles higher than the international space station flies. That's farther than any human beings have gone from earth since the end of the apollo lunar program in nineteen seventy-two for isaac mun scaling yet another mountain. This one off planet is about more than just bragging rights. We want to get outside of our comfort zone. He said if we ultimately wanted to go to the moon and mars we should start taking steps today so we can eventually make life interplanetary. I wish we pushed them to go. Even higher there will be other perks to reaching that cosmic high ground since inspiration for is not going to the space station spacex removed the docking collar at the nose of the dragon and replaced it with a transparent cupola. The largest wendo ever built for space. And which should make for breathtaking sightseeing. Much of the chatter surrounding the mission has involved the slow commercialization and more aspirational democratization of space on opening of the celestial door to more than just test pilots rockets jocson. Phd's if inspiration for is a step in that direction. It's admittedly a small step and still took a deep pocketed and decidedly generous billionaire. To make it happen not a model that can be easily followed. 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"Welcome into tomorrow with dave grave. Line the interactive radio network program with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts. Who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's dave grave line. This is into tomorrow for the weekend of friday. September twenty fourth twenty twenty one or twenty six year on the air and the last week for you to participate in this year's cool into tomorrow. Hot summer giveaway. We're coming to you from the decks com g six studios the future of diabetes management. Ease here bahir visit. Dax c. o. M. dot com. I'm dave grave line. I'm chris gray line. Had you have anything to add about this coming week last. Chance to participate in some giveaway. That's what i said. So thanks for reiterating kind of sort of shisha. Pick up that phone tap that up. You go tap that app. Purchase hit that mississippi. Oh button and participate. Yeah and then as we always remind you backup your important data and check your spam filter. Dare you go when you think back up. You think spam i guess the well it is logical. It's one of those things we give as an important tip every week. And then you're gonna find long lost emails that you wondered why you stop getting not just for must like are once a week tech newsletter or something like that but other goodies. We've got some tech news and commentary for you than georgia in atlanta standing. By and bunch of other callers spacex his inspiration for orbital mission with four non-professional astronauts was by all accounts quite a triumph space history space tourism and even fundraising for saint jude children's research hospital however there may have been some tense moments when it came to using the toilet on board. The crew dragon spacecraft. Oh what ha- i didn't hear about this spacex founder. Elon tweeted that the inspiration for crew had some challenges with the lou. I see though he didn't elaborate on. What those challenges where he promised upgrades for future missions the all civilian crew of four consisted of billionaires shift for payments founder. Jared isaac mun saint jude physician assistant and childhood cancer survivor. Haley arsenault into tomorrow guests reason. Yeah geoscientists science proctor and aerospace industry. Professional chris broschi spacex hasn't revealed much about how the toilet works but isaac mun said back in july that the facilities were located near the spacecraft's large cupola window with a curtain to allow for a little bit of privacy curtain. Because you don't want anybody in space seeing you going to the bathroom okay. He described the toilet. One hell of view great. So but they didn't mention whether they had to go to adult diapers as vancouver. The problems were but apparently there were some problems with the toilet bowl. How maybe wasn't flushing properly. Maybe it got backed up. Maybe they needed rovers. Space edition had crew dinner at the mexican place. Before there you go. That was the problem so you probably heard about this. Facebook tried to make its platform a healthier place but it got angrier. Instead in the fall of two thousand. Eighteen jonah peretti. The chief executive of online publisher buzzfeed emailed a top official at facebook. He said that the most divisive content or divisive. If you want that. Publishers produced was going viral on the platform creating an incentive to produce more of it. The wall street journal reported that internal memos show how a big twenty eighteen change rewarded outrage and that ceo mark zuckerberg resisted several proposed fixes. Are we surprised. Not at all well once again. Thanks suck for encouraging outrageous posts. Because of course what happens to get more people there. More people commenting liking more activity. That's good for facebook and their advertisers. Forget about what it does to people or events or projects or otherwise. They didn't care so yeah they promise a healthier place nonsense. It just got angry well. Speaking of not caring about their people according to a report from motherboard amazon drivers say they're being punished for some driving habits that are considered safe and others that are beyond their control. Drivers told motherboard that the ai powered cameras. That are in amazon's delivery vans unfairly penalize them for things such as looking at side mirrors adjusting the radio and even getting cut off in traffic by someone else. Go great when the cameras spot possible unsafe driving events these instances factor into workers performance scores and cannon turn hurt their chances of getting bonuses extra pay and prizes for even staying employed. Yeah they can also affect the income of the amazon delivery service partner itself. Some amazon drivers have resorted to covering up their vans cameras with stickers to avoid getting unnecessary infractions. One driver in kentucky said quote if we brought up problems with the cameras managers would just brush it under the table. They're only worried about getting the packages out so we cover them up. They don't tell us too but it's kind of like don't ask don't tell oh my gosh. Why does that not surprise me either. So fairly amazon. This penalizing their drivers for looking hearers. Yeah when someone else cuts them off. Oh gosh god forbid they should use some common sense and not so much ai. Yeah that's going to be a problem in the future as well. We've got a cool guest coming up to do we. Not we do coming up as an interesting chat with faustino bernabeu. The ceo of allied fire usa. They've got some pretty innovative fire safety suppression products. And you'll want to check the video for this one and see exactly what i mean. Yeah very cool video that chris managed to edit enduring this interview. And you want to see how these balls put out fires. And i'm not talking about firemen's we're talking about the allied devices very very cool. You wanna check that video out for sure georgia in atlanta georgia listens on. Am nine twenty. The answer welcome into tomorrow. Hi dave and chris. Congratulations on beginning. Your second quarter century. I work for a job that requires checking to see that our clients ads are visible in a staging site. I access through a browser for some unknown reason in the last couple of weeks. These ads are no longer visible to me in any browser. I can't see them. I fire fox stopped working then. Chrome opera worked once and stopped and safari. Can't even find a neighborhood starbucks. So i'd never try that. I'd like to know why a browser would suddenly stop allowing me to see ads in a staging site and more important. What other browsers do you recommend. I try. I know they're dozens of them. I'm using a mac mini desktop. Hope you can help me. I need for my job. Well georgia will do our best from your description of how different browsers all stop showing the ads. It sounds like one of two things may likely be at play here. One a change in the staging sites java script files browsers cash if you will javascript files so you may see one failed before others do. If there are changes as the cash policies run out and each browser refreshes the pages assets. The browsers console will typically report errors loading java script files so you can certainly check their now to there could be some blocking either by a browser level adblocker which is not likely in this case. Given how many browsers you're using a network level adblocker perhaps a vpn virtual private network with a built in adblocker or even a dns level adblocker. That's domain name server now the easiest way to know. If it's a network issue is to connect to a phones hotspot clear your cache and then try to reload the staging site once again in terms of what's other browser. You should use. Frankly none your sense on safari safari is currently the number two desktop browser market by usage. But we're talking numbers here that actually use it is number two get to the apple products to market share of just under twenty percent chrome and chromium browsers lead by a mile with fifty nine percent of the market sank. You'll be happy about that. Yes mr google chrome android. Everything kool-aid but fire fox which is actually my browser of choice is only six percent and the rest of them barely even rank So if you're testing to make sure that visitors can see ads chrome safari and firefox. Cts are the most important browsers. Everything else is margin of error. There's not much point to reporting that. Ads can be seen by the point. Zero zero three percent of users that visit using an obscure browser. Now here's some free unethical advice for you if you pay a programmer. Ideally accua a engineer. It's quality assurance they can set you up with a custom headless liam script that can do these checks for you in the background. Using chrome driver for chrome or gecko driver for fire fox and that can report the results to you while you sit back and watch netflix on the company. Yes okay thus perhaps unethical advice. Let it do that but georgia hopefully our input has helped you remember. If you didn't remember everything you heard it's in our show notes. Just visit us at into tomorrow. Dot com the show for september twenty fourth. That weekend our one. There's your call and our answer. Stay tuned as into tomorrow. Continues right here on the advanced media network. Are you drowning in debt. Are you struggling to minimum payments. Did you know that on average a household with at least one credit card struggles with over fifteen thousand dollars in credit card debt. If this sounds like you know that it's not your fault. 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Because we're showing you how this works. It's really fascinating. The ceo of a company called allied fire. Usa is faustino novel faustino. Welcome into tomorrow. Thanks for coming on. how are you. i'm doing well. how are you dave. thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to have you. And i'm doing well as well. Thank you for asking. And what's cool about what you guys do is very unique. I mean first of all. Tell me about allied fire. us company. Then let's get into. I don't know if you call it a bomb or what. Maybe there's a negative connotation there but it works exceptionally well when folks come and see these videos. Yeah so To give you a general idea of how this came along you live far. Usa my father. Who's not nor Has multiple businesses his main one being a woodworking business. He came across the product I believe it was on youtube or facebook Because he was looking for some innovative way to protect his shop Obviously a lot of fire wrists going on With all the sawdust and things of that nature In the production room so came across the product realize that it wasn't available to purchase in the states so The product is manufactured in thailand was invented in thailand And then you know my father. Pretty much jumped on a plane When over thailand that the inventor Signs some documents to become the distributor for the united states And then found out while he was there that the product also had no distribution in canada or mexico about the rights to distribute the product in all of north america And that was March of two thousand thousand nineteen. So here we are now It's been an interesting ride Just by all means no four. The radio audience. Who has yet to have a chance to see the video at into tomorrow dot com. How do you describe it to me. It looks like maybe the size of a softball right. It's a it's round device that in you can toss into a fire and it explodes and thereby suppresses the fire. How does it do that. Yes so we offer three main models There's a six inch model and that's just a circumference of the product and for the video audience. I'll just show it in the screen if that's all right. Oh wow cool. It looks much much bigger than softball as you're showing it to is holding it now. Yeah yes so. This is the largest one that we offer to six inches around weighs about three pounds and Can put out a fire. That's about twenty square feet. Now you mentioned throwing the product into an active fire. That's one way that the public can be used but the other way that it's actually more interesting in my opinion is mounting it in a risky areas where fires are more likely to occur so each one comes with a mounting bracket a pair of screws. And then you could mount it What we recommend is you know. No greater than two feet above you know anywhere. We're fires more likely to occur. That can be a washer dryer unit You know In a kitchen in a garage boiler room all those areas where they can go. I'm thinking perhaps like or in a radio control room or studio. There's a lot of equipment that is on all the time intends to heat up and and i'm glad you mentioned that your dad. I realized this when his own shop with a lot of sawdust. I mean certainly vulnerable scenario there where something could happen. If a spark ignites and you have nothing but saw does my gosh there's kindling. Suddenly you have a major fire this. Obviously we solve that problem. And i'm glad to know that it is something that can be used not only at ones business but certainly at home glad that you said things like washer dryers or water heaters or you know it gets the rest of us thinking about how we can prevent a fire or suppress it. Should it occur. Obviously it won't prevent a fire but it puts it out. Yeah absolutely it will prevent. Will it'll put out the fire and again kind of going into the actual way product works. it activates when a flame touches it so You know there has to be an active fire for the product to actually activate and then disperse the dry chemical inside and extinguish the fire And that's the real beauty of the product that you know whether your home or not it's going to activate when a flame touch it so there's no false activation You know it's only going to do. Its job when there's active fire and while many businesses have By law in most areas on the zooming fire sprinkler systems. That's terrific. I don't know of any homes that have that. So you know this is something that you can do as a homeowner as a consumer to have available maybe even in a rental apartment or something of that sort you know you can certainly have one of these balls and allied fire ball just in a spot where you might feel a bit vulnerable and get a little more peace of mind. Do you find that a lot of the case with your customers is that they just want to know that should something happen. We're covered absolutely What we're seeing really over. The last three years is a split between both businesses and consumers that are finding that safety that that above and beyond protection if you will To to have this product in various different places And really the feedback. We've gotten is great and again it's You know It is able to give you that peace of mind It's able to you know let you sleep better at night and again you talking about vacation rentals. If you're not there at the place you know this is going to do. Its job out there so We're excited on how things are going. Because obviously you just out the thing on a wall nearby i mean my gosh. We haven't even mentioned kitchens. Which i'm i'm assuming is probably the most common area for a home fire in most cases so if you have something like this whether your home or not the the ideas that it it explodes and suppresses it. One of the videos. I happened to see. And that we're showing now is you've got a guy holding one of the balls and it explodes and it doesn't hurt him at all. He shows his hand and yet the fire was put out next to him. Yeah so You know when you see the videos. The fires are pretty large so You know it's important to let people know that The product is nontoxic It won't harm you if it goes off with a close activation like you see in some of those videos The shell surrounding the actual product is polly siring. So it's just your normal styrofoam and and really Would it has its four fuses surrounding it and small igniter at the top so We don't like to say explosion activate activation is kind of what we go with but Again i think You know what we're seeing is more and more people from all parts of industries in walks of life sort of learn about the product and understand that At the end of the day our main goal is to save lives and we believe that our product can do that and and we're demonstrating that. I believe we're chatting on into tomorrow with the ceo of allied fire usa faustino barnabo. And we'll be back with much more. You don't wanna miss the rest of this interview and certainly video of this interview at into tomorrow dot com tuned as we continue bringing you further into tomorrow. I'm dave grave line. We're talking with the ceo of eli fire usa. Faustino barnabo noticing on your website at allied fire. Us dot com. It talks about the different kinds of fires. Type a type. B type c so. It'll cover the typical electrical fire or any other normal things. Fires involving solid materials like wood paper or textiles. That sort of thing so you can again feel more confident that it's not something about what type of fire extinguisher. Should i have nearby. It sounds like if you've got an allied device that will activate if necessary that perhaps you're covered with the major types of fires. Absolutely yeah Covers abc fires a very similar to what a traditional fire extinguisher does. Main difference between us and them is that you don't have to be around to use our product. You don't have to pull the pin. You don't have to aim you don't have to get close to a fire so you know That's kind of where we Intersect i would say in the fire safety and suppression world and you say these days. Your business is pretty much split evenly between businesses and homes. Yeah yeah so. The end consumer your typical homeowner vacation although owner And then we have you know a bunch of customers that are in the marine space for example. You hear about these You know these boats and vessels that are catching fire when people are sleeping on board. These tragedies that happen. I it's very sad but You know we have that industry. Very active in terms of using the product You know we have the rv industry. That's also taking a liking to the product where you know same thing you have these. Rv's that have all these different applications inside of them now. People are living on them. Full-time you know. These lithium ion batteries. Which are extremely dangerous You know you can go into solar panels everything but But yeah i mean those are those are definitely and consumers that are using the product and then the other split is our business to business customers where you know for example we have a a renewable energy company That's now thing. The product in the the wind turbines. So you're talking about a wind. Turbine two hundred feet off the ground. You know. there's a lead to six by eight Room at the top there Where the wind. Turbine is whether it's a huge transfer of hewlett trysofi and that customer in particular is not the the practice inside of that compartment. You see videos of wind turbines up there that are catching fire for whatever reason and you think well how are they gonna put that out you know. I can see a fire department respond. They can't reach it with ladders or even hose and but there you go perfectly good example and your timing is impeccable. Because right as you said it's good for boats and vehicles and that sort of thing our guys in the control room are holding up assigned to be through the window. Boats carts question mark. It seems like any kind of confined space. It's going to do the job. What about airplanes. You mentioned you know. You mentioned the batteries that tend to explode. We hear about those things all the time too. Yeah i will say that we have had a couple Airliners purchase the product One of them being united put they weren't using the product in the actual plane. They're using the product in Device that actually cleaned the plane when they're grounded so now you know whether or not we get to a place where this product amounted walla. A plane is traveling at thirty thousand feet. It is another story but but You know it could work That's not one of our customers just yet but We'll see where it goes well and again. I'm not gonna use the term explode. I just say that but when it activates. How soon does it activate you mentioned that. Once flame touches. The ball i guess. Styrofoam surrounding area melts and then triggers these sensors that you have so. How long does that take a shoot. A fire begin. Roughly three to five seconds so almost immediately. Yeah so fairly quickly and and You know it'll do. Its job so and will these balls last. Awhile is something you have to change out like a year. You've got to recharge a fire extinguisher. How does that work. So there's no maintenance cost The balls last between seven to ten years in terms of their shelf life and you know we as a company Warranty the products up to five years. So anything any defect which you know. I can tell you right now. We've never had anybody send one back You know we will replace them. No questions asked good. Well now the important part is how much are they say. They are available currently at allied fire. Us dot com and probably other places. If if they're smart they're going to carry these devices from you. But what are we talking cost wise and maybe even in a typical home. How many should someone have. Yeah so when. We're talking about the retail cost. You're looking at one hundred and twenty dollars for the larger product six inch device and then we're moving over to the four inch which is ninety five dollars And then really it all depends on In terms of how many places you'd like to mount the product in it really depends on the layout of the home late vehicle You know. I i think that can be never never be enough these You know in my apartment. I have one is will work from home. A lot of the time now By power strip next to my computer so just in case the surge. Protector doesn't work So really just depends on the individual too many. I would say go. That's true. I mean it's it's like insurance you hope you don't ever need it but you sure wanna have it because just in case and this not only is insurance but also some peace of mind. Should it happen. Should a fire start. The idea is to suppress it as quickly as possible. And i think three to five seconds. It's pretty good. You're able to do that and you say that won't harm a human in terms of if somebody's nearby and a fire has started. You know i mean obviously you wanna get out but the fact is if this does the job it hopefully puts it out right away. Yeah and that's the great thing about our products You know they're very safe to be used I know that when you see some of the videos they might be I don't know if the right word is over the top or you know you see these huge fires think that there's a lot of danger but but our products are not dangerous at all which is which is really great and eco-friendly as well. So at the end of its life cycle you cut the product and a half used. The dry chemical inside which is bottom alone phosphate actually as a fertilizer. So yeah no worries about getting the powder in your eyes during activation There's no issue whatsoever. Good so if you're a gardener then you can use at the end of its shelf life and replace it but then use it in the garden. So there's faust. Where do you see. Allied headed in the next few years as we go further into tomorrow or are you planning other sizes or other devices or other types of things to help suppress fire in home and business. Yeah i mean. I think everything that you just mentioned We we can kind of go into. But but most importantly i believe is continuing to spread our message that its products available It's an above and beyond protection. We're not telling you to get rid of your fire extinguisher. This should be used hand. Hand in hand And you know further than that i think the deployment of the device where now we're talking about throwing it into an active fire for mounting the product We have spoken to some people in the drone industry. Where maybe we can deploy the product drone technology And kind of go down the rabbit hole in terms of potentially using this device to eliminate forest fires. That's a big old for us. Were few years out. I would say but Very we're having very exciting conversations with the trump manufacturers drone companies that Think there could be some use case when it comes to eliminating forest fires all for sure and and certainly would need a bigger one than just six inches. But you're on the right track there. And i can imagine forestry officials wanting to work with you to be able to do something like that as well and nip things in the bud Much sooner than they're able to in many cases so Keep up the good work and faust we appreciate you spending a few minutes with us Especially as ceo of allied fire. Us dot com. Of course. we'll get you his website when you visit us at into tomorrow dot com a pleasure chatting with you and we look forward to more coming from you guys in the near future. I appreciate it dave. Thanks for having again. Our pleasure allied fire. Us dot com. And of course as always with all of our guests. We'll get you there. Just visit us at into tomorrow. 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All the color sets could to avoid customer lawsuits in one thousand nine hundred eighty six this week. The world's first transatlantic telephone cable or tat one was put into service. The cable initially connected newfoundland and scotland. Two cables were laid with one cable for each direction. The cable was able to carry thirty five. Simultaneous telephone calls a whole thirty five thirty five. Thirty six channel was added to carry up to twenty two telegraph lines. The project was a joint venture between the general post office of the uk. The american telephone and telegraph company. At and t. And the canadian oversees telecommunications corporation most illogical in nineteen fifty eight this week the national advisory committee for aeronautics replaced by nasa or the national aeronautics and space administration that was formed earlier that year when nasa absorbed the forty three year old and aca. It had eight thousand employees and an annual budget of one hundred million dollars. 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Flash drives those kind of things and it's changed because now i get i have a max one really big hard drive backup and i take it to work. A- i can do it at home all my good files are on there but it says i and then e how does that work like that and and can you give give a history of how The assignments went through the years. Thank you love you guys. Happy towards six. Well thank you deb. We love you too now. There's not much of a history to speak of as you referenced. A rigidly computers. Had floppy disk drives young folks listening to us or going home anyway. So those of course we're just identified with the first letters of the alphabet a and when a second became more common b and by the time hard drives came around they just defaulted to the next letter. See an after that We got optical drives which got the letter d. The thing is none of these are actually set in stone or even important you can change them. Two other letters and everything will still continue to work. It's just a convention but not anything that is necessary for windows or dos to be able to function and most other operating systems. Don't use that convention at all. Yeah but the fact that it changes from work to home is because perhaps your work computer has other drives connected to it. Therefore it's using a late her letter. And i give my interesting letters anyway. I have a hard drive. That has all video on it. So i told the computer called this when dr v for video have one photos dr p for photos so you can make them whatever. You want. la- tat so deb. I hope that helped you out. So don't need to be overly concerned. Whatever it is when you plug it in it'll pop up and then you can click on it. Open that folder. And have at it. All the way into tomorrow dot com. Welcome into tomorrow with dave grave. Line the interactive radio network program with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts. Who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's dave grave line. We love it when you tune into tomorrow during our twenty six year on the air this for the weekend of friday september. Twenty four twenty twenty one. I'm dave grave lying on chris. Craven we've got a whole bunch of tech news and commentary for you here on radio. The original social media or podcast. Because we're on every popular podcast platform you can think of on the planet or perhaps your favorite streaming option might even just be our free into tomorrow app however you hear the show. We are delighted that you tune in even more happy when you call in and participate speaking of which this week last chance for you to do just that so do call in to the program. If you want to participate in win as part of this year's into tomorrow cool hot summer whatever they call it giveaway. Yeah that yeah that and it's not your last chance to ever call in but if you want to be part of this year's summer giveaway you better call in now. Don't wait any longer. Who has you gotta wait like nine months for the next one. Yeah or call in next week anyway for regular prizes. We got a whole bunch that we're going to be sharing with you cool. They're just generally is valuable. Yeah and we don't like this year we had like fifteen thousand dollars worth of stuff for the summer giveaway something like that. At last count. We had a couple of products single products that were almost a thousand dollar value. That's also true so you see how that goes with the summer giveaway other stuff. We do throughout the year. We're always give it away stuff when we hear you on the show because hearing you on the show makes the show another thanks zuck. We talked last hour about facebook trying to claim they make their platform a healthier place but actually got angrier instead. Well in january. A former cop turned facebook investigator. Posted an all staff memo and the company's internal message board. It began happy. Twenty twenty one to everyone and then proceeded to detail a new set of what he called. Learnings the biggest one of the many a mexican drug cartel using facebook to recruit train and pay hitmen. Okay nice again. Thanks so much suck. Why don't you be more concerned about those kinds of things and less concerned about censoring. Everybody unbelievable which is. Probably because i complain about him. You know that they've had to hear about it. I get so far fewer comments and views of things that i post which typically for the show or about cameron that kind of stuff and or just about tech in general and used to get a lot of response. Now i get people that say why we hardly ever see your posts on. That's because thank you suck all still complain about them. Because just like at jack with twitter. They're idiots too bad. I can't speak. Yeah sorry. I was distracted. I've got my My vacuum at home. It's telling me that. The water levels. Low so i need to refill that little water tank. Then when you're gonna leave and go. Fritz come back and do the show about these these robotic vacuums got one of those. You know the older rubble rocks at home and have it set to clean every day. So that house is nice and clean when i get home from work. Apparently i forget to fill the water tank this see and since you have mostly tile floors you need the water tank. It will only vacuum and not really clear. Terrible terrible thing. He lied to fill it. Yes so tis the verve product announcements season. We had apples last week and this week. Microsoft had their their product launches not to be outdone. Microsoft said hey hold my beer us to we got some stuff course. Some stuff is i. Guess the understatement. Yeah but they came up with you. Feed new surface models which The surface duo to is update to the surface duo. That came out last year that admin reading found very disappointing. Well this time at least. The surface duo to allegedly has screens that have grown from five point. Six to five point eight inches. Who size does matter for a combined. Eight point three inches but still got that sort of creased on the middle. Yeah foldable street telling a friend that's gotta think with samsung foldable. And no matter what. You always see the crease. They're not quite area. But it's got a snapdragon eight processor and this one also has five g. connectivity. Not lonely had lt. Go figure the duo to To adds a large camera model to the rear in addition to the front facing twelve megapixel camera That rear cameras got three lenses. A twelve megapixel wide angle and telephoto and a sixteen megapixel ultra-wide. Nice okay. well. That's a good improvement. So it's available for preorder now. Starting about fifteen hundred bucks. Geez you got spare fifteen hundred bucks there you go. You look at the surface duo two. They also introduce their surface laptop studio. Got a fourteen point. Four inch touchscreen. That's mounted on a stand that can be put in a number of configurations so the saints basically a laptop. That's designed to look like a tablet that is mounted on a keyboard case. If that's confuse you so really doesn't know what it is right. Okay got it now. But it's also got a magnet on the underside that lets you snap the company's new stylus to oh that yeah that won't get lost. Yeah this one. They say is targeted at creative professional's also available for preorder now and this one starts at sixteen hundred dollars who the surface go. Pro pro x now. That's not surface gopro right go comma pro and pro. X are all getting updates as well. The go three gets a new intel core. I three processor. The ten and a half inch system starts at four hundred dollars and we'll also add an lt option. The pro eight two and one has a thirteen inch screen. Eleventh jen intel core processors in two hundred four points that starts at eleven hundred bucks and the surface pro x runs on microsoft s. Q to arm chip and we'll start at nine hundred dollars so bargain for that one. And didn't they announce a bunch of new accessories too. I don't know about a bunch but a handful of new accessories including the the surface slim pen to which has a finer point haptic feedback and magnetic charging that runs one hundred thirty dollars for the pen. Yeah jeez and if you like the sea turtles they introduced. Microsoft ocean plastic mouse which is made from twenty percent recycled plastic. That's been recovered from the ocean. Mother you go. They're doing a little something there to help. Protect the turtles and the environment of the. Yeah but only twenty percent of it. This new mouse is from the recycled stuff to be closer to eighty. Yeah exactly maybe. They'll get there maybe in ten years. Yeah they also announced the surface adaptive kit Which features stick on key. Capitals bump labels port indicators and device openers designed to increase accessibility for the vice. Wow so there. You go wasn't terribly exciting overall news. Unless you're microsoft and of course hyped it up like crazy but they did some new stuff some things you can pre-order if money's no object and and have at the three major wireless carriers are offering significant pre order discounts on apple's four new iphone thirteen models which all include a fifteen processor from apple and feature better battery life than their previous versions non discounted prices for the handsets are similar to those for the companies last flagship range. Starting at seven hundred ninety nine dollars and exceeding one thousand nine hundred nine dollars with expanded memory and walmart is cutting that by one hundred dollars regardless of carrier which hopefully means other stores will do similar things so that they can say we'll match. Wally world price. Just get it from here at target or something and apparently apple wants my phone to tell me when i'm depressed. You know. I read about that too. And i thought that's pretty bizarre because it's really a new report that saying that iphones could one day detect mental health issues. And i figured well. That's easy. just get off your darn phone once in a while. Yeah but apparently the researchers analyzing the data such as mobility sleep patterns and how people type and saying that that could spot behaviors that are associated with things like depression and anxiety and other things. I like how they say. They're analyzing your data basically once again here we go. They know what you're doing. I want to go back to the days when my startac on my phone didn't know anything about me but then again it was just a phone. Yeah Other measurements could include facial expression analysis and heart respiration rates. Now all of the processing would take place on the device with no data sent to apple servers or so. They claim to have right. Now i'm no conspiracy theorist but if they're looking to make the phone sense when you're depressed i'm sure they're gonna find a way to make it syrup ads for antidepressants. No doubt that's got to be the main thing however there's one if you will bright light or shining star. I think in all of this duke university on a separate algorithm project that could help identify childhood autism using camera based assessments. Now maybe that might be useful and helpful at least but again somehow or other. Apple's still once again collecting your data and doing stuff with it. But that's okay because there's no such thing as privacy anyway Bite dance which owns the wildly popular uptick. Talk has announced that. I think it's in the version of tic tac for china. I think it's dying dying. We'll introduce new limits for minors under fourteen. These miners will now be limited to just forty minutes of us per day and can't access the app at all between ten pm and six. Am bite dances. Also urging parents to add more comprehensive user data to avoid kids lying about their age to get around the ban. This is another fairly dramatic. Move is part of china's broader crackdown on digital media video games officials have recently described gaming zeh spiritual opium and limited. Kids play time to just three hours a week. That's one good thing that communist china is doing and they're going to help protect kids in their minds. We've gotta tell our audience. The texts that you and i both got right before we went on the air today from your son cameron. He's nine years old. We couldn't be prouder because what he text both of us. I'm quitting talk. Yeah and i want what. Why and why did he say he's quitting because there's too many bad words and he doesn't want to be exposed to that. Yeah i mean just got to love this kid. Because he's very smart and he's just had it with so many bad words they they use songs that contain all sorts of stuff. That's inappropriate for anybody. 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So i'm wondering if you've ever heard of the cable companies doing that because you're not paying the two hundred forty six dollars that you were paying before well larry. We actually haven't heard of it specifically happening yet but it's been legal since former. Fcc chairman jeep pie did away with net neutrality. Technically right now. At and t.'s. Broadband service can legally set requests to net flicks dot com at dial up speeds. That's pathetic and disgusting and disturbing. At and t. or verizon dot com so slow the page never really finish loading before scripts just time it out cable companies can also lee charge you for a streaming package to allow you to access sling if they want to Now in your case that's probably not what's going on since we haven't seen that in the us yet it does happen at other countries that lost net neutrality protections. So upping your speed might be all you need now. It could in the coming years though. 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Remember all of our guest interviews now are on video as well because we're showing you the cool products that we're talking about so you don't miss a minute but do participate on the program win fabulous prizes for doing so and don't miss a minute of into tomorrow. We haven't ivana design company that strives to create new and innovative products that are useful and beautiful and in some cases rather unique. The general manager of a lago is michael. Lim michael welcome into tomorrow. Thanks for coming on how are you. I'm good dave. thank you for having me. Certainly my saying the company name right lago. Yes okay name is very good. Tell me about the company and does that name mean anything in particular. I know you're joining us from san diego so we are here in the us but it does. He lago means something. A lago is derived from spanish from the lake and both of our owners Majored in spanish. So that it's worthy name. Came from so finally them majoring in spanish. Pays off in the company name. Yes oh that's very cool all right so then what does a lago do. Yeah so a lago was founded in two thousand and two in san diego and we are a design company. That's what kind of separates us from our competition and in space we design and create unique products that are designers. Would themselves us. Even our ceo is the head designer and all the products we create our made because he found needs that other products didn't fulfill so we're helping bridge the gap between the products and making proxies much more useful that and making them really unique and beautiful and so forth and when our producer paalea who booked you guys Was advising us about your company. And i think they'll make a really good gas. My first thought was we went to the website. Okay new iphone. Thirteen cases phone cases. Everybody's making phone cases what's so unique and then of course she says no scroll down and we did and we thought oh now you got some cool stuff so what prompted your design folks your owners to say. We're going to do a whole lot more than just phone cases and chargers and whatnot. We're gonna make them fun and you're doing that. Yeah so we definitely wanted to stand out from the group and our design team is our biggest team in our company so we use all of our mind power together to create and innovate these new products from scratch. And by doing that it allows us to really design unique stuff that no one else has ever thought of and creates the bond products that everyone would love to us. I mean it's almost as if the phone cases and it's not just for you iphones for us droids as well. You got a lot of galaxy devices and things like that but to me. It's almost as if phone cases were sort of secondary. Yeah we'll do them too because we can and we'll still make them fun and different. But as i'm scrolling down and we invite our audience of course to visit and watch the video of michael talking about these things from a lago at into tomorrow dot com but meet our twenty twenty one apple tv siri remote cases in like okay but then i scrolled down. I'm seeing cartoon related things. I'm seeing line friends It just goes on and on the logo classic pencil case for apple pencil to and you think well. What could you do with that. Well you've done some pretty cool. Things were the multiple colors unique designs. Obviously lago is very designed focused. Yes we've been in the space for a long time and as you mentioned we do all the standard things that Electronic accessories make which iphone cases galaxy cases but we really strive to be different and whether that's creating unique products or doing collaborations with big companies like lyon france or be twenty one black paint. Just name a few. We tried to innovate in the space as much as possible and cater as many people as possible. And you're doing that and folks to let you know we're twisting their arm to give us more goodies. But he's already said a bunch of these. This is called a snapshot case for air pods pro air tag. Tell me what's different about. these right. so are tag is a new product by apple that allows you to track any product that is attached to you so you can track your purses bikes skateboards bags. Whatever you need to track as perhaps absolutely the snapshot cases for the airports pro the concept is essentially a camera but the lens is actually the air tag and you can use. Show the apple logo on the front or switch it around because they are tags. Allow you to do a custom engraving so you can show whatever part of the taghi life but the rest of the case is really designed as a novel camera so it's great and fun to use but also really great to prevent that and also loss prevention and it does look like a camera. I actually just took it out of the box. So whoever wins this don't worry it. It hasn't been used but there would be. You're you're ipods. Case as normal but it does kind of hard to see because it's black we'll put it against my my red shirt. Maybe it'll come up better but it does look like a camera here again because you can right because it's different and it's a design item. Absolutely we try to stray away from the norm and we wanna make things fun and attractive our customers. 'cause we love using our products but we want to make sure that everyone else loves using it to sure and what what are the benefits then in this case of the snapshot case rather than just the case it might come with or any other case other than the fact that it looks cool right so other than the normal protection that you gain from other cases Our case has that same protection. Maybe even more due to the extra material in there the extra silicone that is more shockers orbiting been saved plastic but all functions of the air pods are fully accessible with the case. There's no hindering of any Functionality you can take out air paws. No problem doing closed. No problem charge it. And of course what the air tag attached you could you never lose your air pods ever again very good. And that's certainly very helpful. I mean you guys actually dress up our devices. You make them more fun. You've got a line. I'm i'm seeing a line of incredible game designs. I mean for example. You've got a a unique stand for the apple watch. haven't seen anything yet for the galaxy. Samsung watches but rumor has it. they're coming. I'm going to hold you to that but you can turn your gadget into a classic game design. I mean i'm seeing things that looked like little game boys and things of that nature really fun things. I mean if you're going to charge your watch. It's on the nightstand. You might as well make it fun right. We want to help people express their individuality and their personality and tech accessories is a great way to do that. That most people didn't even think about before. And i have all these plenty of these products on my nightstand. I'm using that game boy case to charge my watch. You know i look at it. And i love it because i was a huge gamer as a kid and yeah just brings back a lot of nostalgia for me and talk about nostalgia. You guys probably can't say it without copyright infringement or something. But i can. The apple watch stands that are looking like the old fashioned original. Max i mean that's really cool too. I mean especially if you're an apple fan my gosh. I can't imagine you not having one of these. You probably already have an apple watch so get get one of these from a lago and just have some extra fund with them again. This is part of your design team saying it doesn't have to be boring. It doesn't have to just be charger. Make it look cool and still be productive right. Absolutely actually what. We created that Old mac monitor. Stand the co founder of apple steve. Wozniak loved it so we send him a few samples and he gave us little shout. It was great Very cool well. That helps make it even more unique. Well how about also Ice cream pops and things of that sort that do what. Now i mean is a case of some sort air pods. Perhaps right so that ice cream cases come in air pods and air puck pro there some fine characteristic cases that you know we. We want to advertise our products to the younger crowd. And not just the business casual and business professional audiences tour. We really want to market everybody. We create fun cases unique cases. Something that anybody can enjoy absolutely. And if you are a mini cooper fan. They've got you covered there to some really cool mini car. Air pod cases among other things. I mean in different colors designs and whatnot. If you have a mini cooper again. You got to have one of those. Why not what are some of the things that really stand out from your perspective that more customers clamor for on a on a regular basis that we haven't had a chance to mention yet. We are primarily focused around the iphone and galaxy cases. But what we really achieve in what. Personally i think we do a great job in in the home accessory market so for the gal or sorry for the nest products and for even the apple. tv An apple tv remote for example are apple. Tv remote case is fantastic because it has magnets in it that allow you to attach the remote to the side of the tv. Any metal surface. So you can keep track of it all the time and never have to lose it again. Good asked get lost in the sofa but it while you are certainly apple centric and many many cases you also have google wifi accessories and things to make better use of some of these other devices that are not apple products. Yes so google. In the light of google. We do a lot of nests accessories and actually our ceo head designer created those nets products because all the accessories in the space seemed a little too rugged and unsophisticated so he redes- redesigned and created his own products to make it more aesthetically beautiful and fit the interior design of most houses. Nice and i can even see them on various office desks around the world to because if everything else is so stoic and clinical if you will and business and office like have a little fun with it you know. Put a couple of chargers on your desk at work. That are different than anyone else has at work and i would imagine that. That's part of the overall appeal to what lago provides in our offices. You'll see our products. Everyone loves them. They're using him having fun with them. It's great and of course no doubt you guys were on top of the big apple announcements recently and i know you've got a bunch of accessories lined up for the new iphone and air pods. I'm seeing a ton of air. Pod related things so you had to work on these things prior under a very tight lips. I'm sure it's these announcements so that you were ready to distribute them. We've been working in the space for quite some time. So we have our sources and we always prepare well in advance and yeah we. The culmination of all of our work is made. Essentially when apple watch happens love it. Well you would do yourselves favor not only to come at into tomorrow. dot com. See the video with michael. And we're showing you a lot of these very cool things and i know you're gonna fall in love with multiple of them but do yourself a favor visit. Ilaga dot com e. l. a. Go dot com and scroll through it and say oh my gosh they have this. They have that. I love pineapple up seeing pineapples. Chris grows pineapples at his backyard. So he's got to get a pineapple case. I'm sure the fact is there's something for everybody and then some michael lind the general manager with a log. Thanks for spending a few minutes with us. Keep making these fun products. Because we'll keep talking about him and given away for your time dave and really appreciate having me on the show. It's our pleasure. Michael lim general manager with ilaga e. l. a. g. o. dot com. Of course when you visit us to not only come. See the video with michael but check out all of our guests and sign up for our newsletter in our podcast and all the other goodies. We'll get you to allow dot com as well. 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Mid appears fortnight won't be headed back to iphones and ipads anytime soon. Epic game ceo. Tim sweeney this past wednesday said that apple told the gamemaker that fortnight won't be allowed on apple devices until the court appeals process is final which could take years. Whoa sweeney tweeted late last night. Apple informed epic. That ford will be blacklisted from the apple ecosystem until the exhaustion of all court appeals which could be as long as a five year process. And you know what they said apple you suck. Yeah included in. His tweet was an image. Would appear to be a letter from apple's lawyers really. Yeah they have lawyers. Apparently they're probably on every other office in that big ring in cupertino. Yeah it'll get so many of them as much as we slam. Antisocial media like fake book and instagram and others at least tick talk who also slam often announced a slew of new wellbeing resources to support users on their platform in a blog post published last week the company detailed new ways to prioritize the as they call it well being and mental health of its users updates and additions coming to the ap apparently included an expanded guide on eating disorders and suicide expanded search interventions for trigger words or phrases and updated warning labels for sensitive content. So we'll see how that all goes and how it works on tick-tock stay tuned will report back. Speaking of social media in a pair of lawsuits anti social media in a pair of lawsuits that were made public on tuesday. Shareholders alleged that facebook agreed to pay billions of dollars extra on top of an an initial fine sought by the federal trade commission in two thousand nineteen of course. Because they've got money they don't know what to do with and it did it apparently to protect. Ceo mark zuckerberg from personal liability related to a massive data leak probe in lawsuits filed last month. And delaware's chancery court to groups of shareholders cited internal discussions among facebook's board members in alleging that they authorized a four point. Nine billion dollar overpayment of the fine to shields zuckerberg the company's co-founder and large stockholder and coo. Sheryl sandberg one of the suits allege is quote zuckerberg sandberg and other facebook directors agreed to authorize a multi billion dollar settlement with the ftc as an express quid-pro-quo to protect zuckerberg from being named in the ftc's complaint made subject to personal liability or even required to sit for a deposition but see. I'm glad we name them anyway. Yeah see how that goes and and yet another story about antisocial media paying some big bucks twitter said it agreed to pay more than eight hundred million dollars. Chump change compared to those billions at fake book is doing to settle a consolidated class action securities lawsuit alleging that twitter deliberately misled investors. What about user engagement back in two thousand fifteen. The complaint was based on projections made by twitter at an event for analysts in two thousand fourteen when it said that by twenty eighteen it's monthly active users would double to more than five hundred fifty million and its revenue would reach four point six billion. Well that didn't happen so the class action lawsuit did happen and now twitter has to pay eight hundred million dollars just to settle that so once again act at jack twitter's boss at jack continues to screw people but he's paying for it even if it's chump change for them to according to a report from the washington post the fbi had digital keys that would have unlocked ransomware attack business data but withheld those keys for three weeks in a failed bid to target the hackers the agency got the encryption keys after gaining access to the servers of the russia-based criminal gang revival or are evil. I'm not sure how it's pronounced probably are evil. Probably they are evil for following the group's june attack on meat processing company j b s the so. They could have acted immediately. Yen saved the company all those problems but they said no no no. We're not gonna do anything because we're trying to find hacker right. The group then attacked miami based it firm cassia which said fifty four of its clients were directly infected but also estimated the attacks infected between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses using the cassia software. I remember reading somewhere. in switzerland. There was a grocery chain that used their software. They had to shut down all their stores because and software wasn't working and because the fbi who hasn't been very good in the news as of late was dragging their feet in hopes to do something else. And guess what it would have been somebody very likely outside the us. They couldn't have done anything anyway. Yeah and many of the businesses were forced to resolve the issue on their own at a significant cost. The fbi reportedly gave kosei decryption key on july twenty first but a spokesperson said that the company didn't know how many of its fifty four clients or even able to use the key. Oh my gosh Crazy i tell you crazy elon. Musk has tweeted. That spacex starlink will be exiting beta next month suggesting the service has worked out potential issues and is ready for a broader launch. The move could also mean faster. Speeds are on the horizon bad according to our partners at p. c. mag who are also staying on top of this and letting us know what we can share with you so elon. Musk go prime time for their starling stuff. If amazon opens many department stores as rumored they could include high-tech dressing rooms and the retailer's own private label clothing brands. According to a wall street journal report one idea is that customers would use a smartphone app or scan to scan. Qr codes of items that they want to try on associates would then gather the items and place them in fitting rooms and the process could eventually become more automated with the use of robots. Once inside. you'd be able to ask for more close using a touchscreen which could also recommend items you might like based on what you've chosen so far and these could be brought by associates in slid through a sliding doors that would maintain your privacy awesome and speaking of robots dyson has reportedly been working on designs for robots. That could clean your stairs. Open drawers According to recent patents and a person familiar with the situation. The dyson robotic unit which spent sixteen years developing autonomous. Vacuum cleaner has been working on developing a robot that could interact with home appliances. Now i get the whole climb stairs advantage right. You got to start like you a two story house. You want to clean upstairs but why would you want it to open your drawers robber robot. Well if they can open my fridge grab a beer and bring it to me then. I'm all for that. That might be the beginning of this study. They're not there yet but interesting. 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Is john good luck john. Welcome back into tomorrow. How are you sir very well. Thank you different having means of your show. It's a pleasure to have you with us as well. You're doing something quite unique. And and chris of course has also mixing video and in the control room. They're they're watching the video of exactly what this device is we. I was reminded by one of my producers that we interviewed one of your associates at the game developers conference way back in twenty fourteen when you were introducing this mostly for arcades and maybe shopping malls and and big operations. We were even more excited when we heard that you will be introducing a version for consumers so first of all. Tell me a little bit about the company that you founded. And then let's get into the goodies. Yeah excellent yeah. We sell the omni. The omni as you mentioned is an omni directional platform that lets players walk around inside video games virtual reality applications and wild experience. We've been around for a few years as a company. We were one of the first companies in this new wave of virtual reality innovation and the last few years we have focused on the commercial markets. mostly vr arcades entertainment centers and sold our attraction to those venues and now excitedly and now we are bringing the need to home. That is our next or next phase of our company to bring a nominee system to consumers for home use. And i don't remember at the time again way back in two thousand fourteen What the cost was but it was certainly prohibitive. I think for most consumers. That's why you were of course addressing the business end of things a beat if you will but now the beat ac- or business to consumer operation is very exciting. Do you have a price yet. And an of a potential availability on the omni for the home yet. Absolutely the army for the home. He called a system. Omni one one is upcoming whole system. It's not ready yet. We plan to start shipping by the end of this year. The price will be. It's still much lower. Everybody it's a. It's two thousand dollars for the complete system. Okay including a sets or to complete payment system that works out of the box Its doors investors. We often used the term pilots. On for gamers. Oh i like that. That's a great analogy because it does kind of drive that point home because you are writing it if you will you are engaged and a lot of folks listening and of course watching the video into tomorrow dot com are able to say yeah. Vr is very cool. We've talked about a true years of course but we've also talked about how with the exception of some gaming. It really hasn't found a niche. It seems in these last many years. But then you take it and amazing giant step further. I think with the omni so tell me first of all what you think is the the current state of vr in gaming. And where where are we headed into tomorrow yeah. Vr took some time to take off mass markets. It relief followed the gardener hype cycle for those who are familiar with that. It was a of the high into dozen fifteen sixteen and a trough of disillusionment. You know what vr. It's not taking office. March does not yet tens of millions of headsets in the field. What's going on. And now we are in this what they call a slow of enlightenment. Vr is now steadily taking off Oculus quest for example which is a a consumer product three hundred dollars for the headset. Great headsets they are approaching ten million unit. Mark sincerely getting there now. Finally get into that mass market adoption. We d take it to the next level with the army. You're not just sitting down. You're not just standing in place would a headset on and pushing buttons on a controller to move around with the you are physically moving around walking around running around inside virtual worlds so we do take it to take it to the next level. It's almost like in the movie ready player. One and i've seen that movie that that's really what we offer. It's it's players inside the video game or inside the virtual worlds. In fact you've really help a player to be one with the game. In every sense of the word i mean we talk about these. Vr headsets. you know facebook's oculus all this other stuff and that's fine for some people but you're not knocking over a coffee table or tripping over the dog or or something of that nature you're actually immersed in a game and when it calls for walking or even running or backing up and so forth you're doing it and you've got wireless controllers again. We're showing this video right now into tomorrow dot com. So you've got to really see this even if you're not into gaming this is awesome. This is truly a cool product. I think yeah. thank you dave. And it's beyond gaming gaming. Certainly a clear application Lots of games out. Want to be truly immersed in the game and that's what his offers but beyond game and you can think of Virtual tourism. Walking around inside. Paris virtually enterprise applications as well like training and simulation exercise and fitness trade shows events social gatherings many more applications beyond gaming of vr audiology specifically which truly allows you to move around naturally inside virtual worlds and that that makes a big difference highly immersive and yawn. You bring up yet. Another good point in that is even just physical fitness opportunity. I mean. I'm lucky if i manage to get on my run of the mill treadmill. You know standard treadmill but. I can't even do that. If i don't have the tv on across the room and crank it up and try to be somewhat motivated in that sense. But if i if i used an omni i would see that number one. I'm not gonna fall off. The treadmill either explained to the radio audience. Who have yet to see this video of how that works. How you're kind of in the sense but i don't mean that in a confining way yeah yeah you are how the place with omnion new era vasts that is part of the system and and you're you cannot fall you cannot trip your security in place but you are able to move around and three hundred sixty degrees and you are correct. You are burning calories while playing video games or it isn't treadmill. You are walking or running. Some of our players are running at full speed playing first person shooter game highly intense and that that part is is appealing to too many. Hey i can play video games but hey this this may also helped me stay in shape or parents who want to get their kids over the couch. Hey lady omni at least your moving around and not sitting on your butt so so that's true tonight. Signed benefits what a what a great marketing opportunity. Hey parents get your kids off their butts. I think right there. You're going to get a lot of attention. Oh how do i do that. And then work on some financing or something and say you know what it's very worth it by all means so now again for the radio audience yet seeing the video. And you've got to do that when you have a chance at into tomorrow dot com. If you're driving. Don't be looking at the radio. The point is imagine. Kind of an oversized satellite. Dish is probably a good way to describe it that you're walking on that you're standing on and you're literally moving inside this concave disc. I guess a good. How do you describe the base. Yeah you did that. pretty well. On dish is Is a good way to put it. Yeah good and now. Do you need special shoes or something. Because it looks like you're doing moonwalking in some cases or or kind of like michael jackson where you're sliding and it seems to me that you can't do that in a regular pair of sneakers you'd just get stuck there it exactly. The whole technology is based on low friction so it it's a treadmill but doesn't have moving parts. It's not that you have bells neo rolling around in various directions. It's actually based on low friction. It's a low friction vase and you also wear a little friction shoes Basically slide on this dish dichou is designed as such it. Mimics a natural gates to your brain. It actually feels like you're walking on a treadmill but but you're actually sliding that's really the key technology. Yawn there is so much more to talk about that. If you don't mind we're gonna take a quick break. Pay a couple of our bills especially to be able to afford something like this and then come back and talk more with good luck founder. And ceo of virtue. Ix it's vr x dot com and be certain to come by into tomorrow dot com and check out this video especially welcome back into tomorrow. I'm dave grave line. We're talking with the founder and ceo of virtual ix and run around in vr full body virtual reality and ea sports for your home as well coming up later this year. We're talking to john. Good luck. I understand that you organize a lot of e sports events as well does that include the omni and and being able to do some virtual reality gaming with it. Yeah exactly east. Sports is an up and coming trance. It's basically a competitive gaming video gaming people making money and being of teams playing video games which is becoming more and more popular here in the us and seeing more and more people making money doing that which is interesting. A lot of people like wow must be nice. I love to play video games. Imagine doing it for a living. Well it doesn't happen to a lot of people but those that can achieve that good on them good on denver. They will tell you that it's no longer just a hobby day. Workout have a training regimen. I it's intense. It's almost like it's it's like literally like being a professional athletes. Most of them will tell you that it's no longer that much fun. Eater wants to do it competitively but we do to our only arena attraction which we have at places like dave and buster's was kind of entertainment venues. I mentioned and there's weekly and monthly east sports contests with one hundred thousand dollar price fall into every week players play they can play on the armies and they can tries as they hit the highest score and the neat thing is that we add a physical element to video gaming. Because he has. It's a video game that hey you are also physically active on the army. So we add physicality to the east board sparks which is really exciting for players and also for the audience. And i like the fact that it doesn't seem that there's much of an opportunity to hurt yourself as i mentioned earlier with just a plain vr headset. And you wanna try to walk around a little bit. You may be tripping. I've seen way too. Many people doing that. Even at game developer conferences or trade shows and stuff. It's like really rope off an area and they they're standing by to catch you when you fall. That's not likely to happen with the omni won't have yard. How then place and trafton place so you know. No one's falling on the good now. Is there an age limit lower and upper for the omni. Yeah it's basically the age limit for vr in general and younger kids. Let's say five years six years younger than to have a hard time seeing through the vr glasses because there is still too close to get her and their heads are turned smallholder. Probably yeah their heads. It is too big. And you hear them say. I can't. It's blurry blurry account sees typically for vr. In general i'd say seven years is probably the minimum age and then there's no and there's no upper upper limits. Frankly as long as you can stand and walk it you'll be you'll be fine with it. Yawn witty seve virtual reality headed into tomorrow in general. Certainly i'm guessing a lot more of the omni sort of scenario But do you think we're going to see some more ebbing flowing ups and downs if you will. I think it's only up from here. I think we're on that slope of enlightenment of the gartner hype cycle as a as i mentioned slowly steadily gaining bigger and bigger and bigger audiences more users. More consumers. More headsets in the fields. The technology is very good now. No longer need a gaming pc to power. Vr standalone headset. You put it on your head self-contained everything just worst easily out of the box for everybody that that's a game changer. So i think. Vr vr will become more and more dominant as a form of entertainment gaming but also more and more for other applications. I do thank. We'll we'll start moving more towards ready player one towards that that movie where a lot of people start to spend a lot of time in the are when it's for gaming or other applications shore and whether that's with the omnia without the omni of the google kids have the of course the the cool rich kids at the moment of in the meantime though a is an easy to add other games whether it's gaming or or ultimately to add videos for virtual tourism or some physical fitness kind of videos is like plugging in a usb or something of that nature to to add more games since you mentioned there's not a standalone pc. Involved yeah no. The games are part of the game. Store is part of the south. not headsets. okay. It's almost like a mobile phone on on your head. Friendly game store on the headsets. Yeah games for. Vr typically designed in. What is called a game engine. Unity or unreal engine. Four of there's were adair We have a get easily integrate with existing content exist in games. It's not that difficult to integrate art device specifically into existing. vr games. But it's a bit more involved on just a video it's really creating a whole three d. environments sure but there's tools nowadays admit mega more and more easy and quick and john. You mentioned earlier. Dave and buster's is that the one of the kinds of places where folks can can see even experience. The omni that's right. Yeah we're at over five hundred entertainment venues around the world. Don't commercial system including dave and buster's here in the us skies zone. Trump aline barks. Tackle venues menu does have have an omni system terrific. That's the kind of place you want to take the family. And then when they such a great time then work on. You said it's available by the end of this year so maybe just in time for christmas so the whole family can decide. That's what we want for christmas in the game room terrific get him off the butts off the couch and onto the exactly exactly right. It is specifically. You can find more information information at invest dot virtual dot com ruling small financing round. Even four. Which is breaking records was interested in that aspect. How can i participate. How can i invest in a company like ours. Actually you can today and invest. They'll divergent dot com. You'll see more information there. I understand you're working with regulation a crowdfunding. What does that mean real quick. Yeah exactly this is a new regulation since a few years now that allows everyday investors to invest in technology startups. Like ours for example filed. With the sec's of official usually before there wasn't possible everyday. Investors could not invest in tech. You could not invest for example in facebook or amazon or those kind of companies in their early days. You had to wait until they went. Public nowadays would rank a regulation. Ed you can invest index started like ours and we're doing such a campaign right. Now it's almost one hundred percent funded that i shall say. It's a fifteen million dollar rounds and we're at thirteen million dollars today and it's over april seconds rented halons ends and it's broken records. Frankly it's gone beyond our wildest dreams. We are very happy with it but it isn't it possible now to invest and participate in upside potential of vr and the product. Like ours terrific. And that's because you have something that is truly of interest to a lot of people again as i said. Even if you're not into gaming you've got to check out the army and you can do that at virtue. Weeks dot com v. I. r. t. u. x. dot com. We'll get you there of course when you visit us at into tomorrow dot com. And you're going to do that because you've got to see the video of my interview with you on and we're showing you the omni and we're even taking a peek at the consumer version of the army and this video as well so do check it out run around in. Vr is a great way to talk about. It's a full body virtual reality and east sports for your home and it's coming from virtual x john. Thanks so much for joining us. Make sure we stay in touch when it is out on the market and available by the end of this year. We gotta have you back on at the very least to talk more about it much different anything. Thanks it's my pleasure. Sure tarpley's our pleasure virtuosic dot com for more when you visit us at into tomorrow dot com. You can check out that video and again. You really want to see this. You can imagine all sorts of opportunities like. I'm personally not a gamer. But i would love to use it. Instead of my boring regular treadmill. I would love to take some virtual tourism trips if you will and walk through all sorts of thinking. Imagine walking through museums or something or walking through a city. You've always wanted to go to do. Check it out into tomorrow dot com. I'm dave grave line bringing you further into tomorrow right here. 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Race and Research: Higher Education and Diversity

After The Fact

21:28 min | 4 months ago

Race and Research: Higher Education and Diversity

"Welcome to after the fact for the pew charitable trusts on dan. Luke this season we've been discussing race and research in this episode. We're going to look at race. And researchers how diverse the scientific community is and what the education system is doing to nurture a new generation of researchers of color are data point for this episode shows the concern according to the pew research center people of color make up thirty. Three percent of the stem workforce many leaders in the field. Say this has to begin to change. Not just because of equity concerns at a time when forty percent of the population identifies as a race or ethnic group other than white but because data shows that more diverse research workforce's lead to better and more useful scientific findings. One institution in particular has become a leader in developing diverse students. The university of maryland. baltimore county. It's a state school in the suburbs of baltimore with about eleven thousand undergraduates more than twenty five hundred graduate students. So there's an international attention for how it engages with students was effective results. I always loved math. Everyone who knows me knows. I get goosebumps doing mathematics. And while the name dr belsky might suggest a certain picture for those who would no. I am african american and grew up in birmingham freeman rebel. Ski has been you president for thirty years. We'll talk with him and you nbc's vice provost and dean katherine cole about how to create a more inclusive and supportive educational environment for all students. Something they say is helping to create a more diverse stem workforce and how their strategies can be duplicated at other schools so today something a little different. A conversation with two guests freeman. Broschi has been the president of the university of maryland baltimore county for nearly three decades. Now i think are also joined by the school's vice provost katherine cole. Before we begin. How about you both introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background. And what led you into higher education chemical. Let's start with you. I was born in tulsa oklahoma. We didn't stay there very long. we move to the main line of philadelphia and raised there by went to college at the university of delaware and i in biology. They went to the university of maryland. School of medicine. Department of pathology and got a phd in pathology did cancer. Research went to the national cancer institute of the nih and then back to the university of maryland department of pathology as a faculty member. I left the university of maryland after about four or five years and move to University of south florida in tampa and that was the first time i really had an administrative role. I realize the amount of impact that i had on students in a very positive way by changing policy by using those skills that i had as a scientist to problem solve and eventually returned back to maryland At unbc as the vice provost dean but it was really the impact that i could have. That was so important to me and really what was the driver for me to maintain and move into higher and higher administrative roles and freeman. I was always interested in the question. How do i get more kids to be interested in math to love math because most americans don't smile when you say math and so all of my life i've studied that question and i went through the schools in birmingham segregated schools still all-black part of the civil rights movement was a child's leader in that group went to jail with dr king and was inspired when he said that we could have an impact on our own future and it taught me the notion of the empowerment of young people. Interestingly my parents sent me to massachusetts to have experience in the summer of being in class with children and so. I was allowed to do that but the challenge was nobody would speak to me. The teacher would even call on at could be the only with my hand up and they would look right through me. They will not mean. I wasn't there. I was right. Ralph ellison's the invisible man and that set a great deal to me about our country and about how children are treated. And what i can tell you is that even there. I tend to be the only black kid in the class. And and so i wanted to study that question. How do we get more people of color. More blacks into math and science and engineering and from the beginning knew i wanted to do some combination of teaching and administration. Because i always had a big mouth and our speak up people would say then you do it. So i began doing things that lead to a variety of positions and finally being a dean of a young age at another college and then the vice provost at unbc actually had catherine his job years ago years and years ago and then executive vp did presidents. So i've been president for. This is my thirtieth year coming up right now. The demographics of in bc seems to track the nation. Has that been a conscious decision or a reflection of just a reality. We are at a campus. That's unusual in the south. Baltimore is in the south in that we were founded at such a time. Nineteen sixty six. That people of all races could come to us. And so while it's been a predominantly white university. We started off bringing in african americans latinos and others. Today we are perhaps half and half about half. The students are white or slightly below half or white and the others of students of color with the asian population being about twenty five percent With the african american population being about eighteen percent and about six or seven percent latino with half the students having apparent born in another country. I like to say that you. Nbc looks like the plaza of nations at the un. You see people from over one hundred countries and then large numbers that we pull in from different parts of maryland and from the east coast especially a lot of kids from new york new jersey that area. We've probably best known for producing students of color. Who go on to get in science. In fact we are the number one producer of african americans who go on to complete. Mvp by a factor of two to one you're describing though historical narratives that have been raised throughout our country's history whether they're about race whether about higher education whether it's about immigration feels like read a time maybe when those national narratives are being challenged by changing demographics and a lot of other things. Are you conscious that you're going up against that. We've been questioning the narrative about who makes it in college a long time and about what we need to do. Not only to chase students to make sure they prepare but what we need to do to change the culture. Most people don't realize that literally two thirds of all americans who starred in science and engineering lead it within the first year and more prestigious university the greater the chance. That student will leave science so we were saying that but it was just more obvious for the black students because the base of students beginning with smaller one of the narratives that you're going up against is even the specific intent of like out of these freshman year science classes and math classes. That's not your approach in recent years. My college and i've said that's a terrible thing to say to a young person because of i'm that young immature seventeen young man and i'm not quite sure about myself anyway. I'm saying oh my goodness he's talking about me. I may as well have a good time. And they just have a self fulfilling prophecy and they don't make and so. We know that broadly in our country only somewhere between fifty and sixty percent of the students graduate within six years. And if you look at it it's by modal bear prestigious places you've got eighty five to one hundred percent regula middle-class places you down thirty four percent in many cases and the middle. It looks like fifty to sixty percent in science. It's much worse. And we have been redesigning courses for more than a decade. Somebody looks at the embassy. Chemistry discovery center. We have a mood from dyslexia ring to having a great emphasis on collaborative learning active collaborative learning working in groups using technology. Every person has a role there. Four or five. They're at each table. Somebody's a provocateur. Somebody's technologist so matters. The facilitator somebody leads the group. Nobody can sit back and text do other things. They have to be engaged. But the key is that the grades up substantially as a result of the active learning book. Catherine your job is to lead a lot of that culture change. You came back to a school that you had worked before something was bringing you back well. Let's the attraction is part of it that opportunity to to dive into to these sorts of changes and the role. You can play with that. It did allow me to do the very thing that i'm passionate about. We have a lot of people who want to do science but again two thirds of them end up not majoring in science and not finishing in science and the ability to impact. That is just. it's huge. We kind of look at Stem education as well as education in the arts and humanities and social sciences as all interconnected as we are all interconnected and what we've found is success certainly in stem but in any discipline is really sort of dependent on three three things. One is the community the an inclusive community that help support that student Second is that students resilience right to to be able to take a d. and general chemistry exam and move past that and then the third is really learning strategies and all of those things are really really important. We have a bunch of stem majors. That come in. We just don't have a bunch that graduate and so really looking at resilience of our students because it can be taught. I mean there's all kinds of literature about students who come from privilege or less resilient because their parents did everything students who struggle or more resilient. Because they've had to overcome things. I don't know what's the truth because there's literature on the opposite of that. But what i do know. Is that Resilience you can encourage it and it is absolutely essential for those students to be successful. They have to have strategies to maintain that the trajectory. And that's what we try to do. We try to find the point in time that they need the help and give them the right help. Can you offer any sort of specific examples of students. That can help. Maybe help somebody relate to what you mean. A lot of it is based in sort of meta cognitive skills. That's how you become resilient so the students that are successful end resilient Do meta cognition. They just don't know they're doing it right. So they're they're planning a strategy their problem solving they're assessing how that went and then if it didn't go well they're they're altering what they're gonna do the next time. For example we have in many of our lower division stem courses They are teaching meta cognitive skills to the students. Maybe not using that term but they are teaching those kinds of skills and so one of the things that we developed in math is what's referred to as exam wrapping and so that sort of forces the students when they get their exam back instead of just saying well. I'm just not going to be successful. Because i got a d. They're forced to go through that exam and see exactly what they did right or wrong and why they didn't do it correctly so the reflecting on what they did incorrectly and then they're coming up with a strategy to not do the same thing wrong again so things like that that are that are so woven into the course of the students don't necessarily even recognize what we're teaching them but we're teaching them those very fundamental skills to be able to problem solve a sas and and alter and that's what makes you resilient. Will this support. You're talking about is important not just in higher education but throughout a student school life. So how can resilience learned early on. I mean just say that. that's true at every level. We haven't talked about it but people will say what about k. Through twelve one of the critical here is that middle school period. If we can get children to the point of being able to read well so they can begin to word problems and to help them. In those middle years with algebra we can get them to the next level but there are many children lost along the way so we do need work at every one of those levels. The the national academies committee decided to focus on the undergraduate experience is. We're saying in america that even when students have done well in high school even when they have. Ap credits in calculus chemistry. They often don't do well and complete programs at the college level so the low hanging fruit is to strengthen what we do at the undergraduate level while also though moving to do more to support teachers in our elementary middle and high schools. We have to do both one of your distinctive programs for stem. Students is the meyerhoff scholars. Tell us more about them. The mouth fergal was begun by bought my hof a wonderful philanthropist. Who asked me the question thirty some years ago. What can we do to help blackmails at a time when people didn't want to talk particularly about that group and with bought my heart health funding and asking a lot of questions constantly and he still does at age ninety seven. I should tell you the fact is that we developed the program with young men. The first year the second year we brought women in today. The program has students of all races. These will be people who may become doctors. Physician scientists or research engineers. Who want to pull more people into the work and meyerhoff program has evolved over thirty years. It's a little different than when it started. But the fundamental principles are there. And and i think what's so exciting to me is that we can take things and scale them up for everyone not just for scholars but for everyone and look at the challenges that the meyerhoff program has overcome. So we know that it's important for students to understand that they are as a group better than if they do things individually and so molding that and developing nat piece in them. And what we've taken from that for example and some of our courses where we have group work. We don't let the students choose the group. Because i go with a high achievers but when it's its chosen for them much like the discovery center Students who are the high achievers or maybe better in that subject Help everyone and then the entire group is better sort of know. A rising tide lifts all ships. And i've talked to them on numerous occasions and said what is the most important thing you had to pick something about meyerhoff. What is one of the most important things that you feel. The meyerhoff program is and there were a lot of different answers but all of them agreed that the support from their peers from the faculty and from the staff was the very thing that kept them going that gave them their resilience and their grit and so we began to move that to support all of our students. We've had a big uptake in our ability to graduate our students and in retaining them and just in their overall success with the advocacy program. So there are a lot of things in meyerhoff it. We've been able to sort of scale up that. I think help all of our students in all disciplines plenty of schools. Want the sort of track record. You've got right. They want to place their undergraduates at prestigious graduate schools. But you seem to come at it from not just what had been for your school not just what it meant for your graduate but you have sort of a bigger social vision right. Which is there's a turf of minorities in stem. What is this institution do about it. It's so important. It's such a great question. Dan having as i mentioned worked with the national academies and i chat the obama commission on educational excellence african-americans under two percent of the scientists that all the national agencies are black. And it's a very small percentage under five percent are hispanic in terms of underrepresented minorities of moving towards more and more towards forty percent of the population. They're not represented in the scientific workforce at the highest levels and we need them there and so from thirty years ago the goal was. How do we develop a program that not only would produce. These students that becomes a model that others might follow. Kevin let me ask you a scientist bring data to two subjects. What is the data analytics telling us about faculty. recruitment and retention in the encouragement data always tells the story. I am convinced that the truth is in the data. I think for us as an institution what is important is to not simply look at metrics. Oh we have this many african american faculty but how do they fit in. do they feel included. Do they feel part of the faculty because you can recruit them and hit a metric but then they leave because they don't feel this is an inclusive environment for them I think the important thing is to look at you know where we're being able to recruit faculty and retain them in that department where they're successful in that department and where they're not. Why not and so. I think it's really important to look at. What environment are we providing four faculty to be successful to be retained in therefore show students. Give them this role model. I can do it. Everyone can do it. And i'm here to help butte. What's the future of higher education. Look like what are the challenges that need to be addressed when it comes to equity and diversity. In the broad question the future harsh occasion i think is inextricably linked to the future of our society and right now we are in a period of great division. We know that my students have said. Oh it's never been like this. No we had times like this before the sixties the eighteen six thousand nine hundred and sixty s. But here's the different when we talk about the issue of structural racism. The first challenge is most people. Don't understand that that that is a term that refers to all the ways in which people are discriminated against in our society from healthcare to education criminal justice and the privileges that people of means have number one and that disproportionately large numbers of the people of means. We'll be right. We know that you know and that disproportionately large numbers of people who are poor of those races of the ones who are black and latino will be definitely from lower income backgrounds with an education background that is not what it needs to be for them to have outcomes. We're talking about. While i'm encouraged that we have so much light shining on these issues. It will take major transformation about culture to address systemic issues that go back hundreds of years and few people understand. It's not just money. It's changes in attitudes and values given how divided society is right now but here is the difference. We are challenged as universities to help our society understand the importance of evidence of science of the truth and of finding common ground. That can pull us together. Science can be helpful with that but certain humanities and social sciences will be very important for students of any grace in any major as we teach students to think critically and to care about other people. Well katherine cole. And freeman rebels. The university of maryland baltimore county. Thank you so very much today. thank you thank you. Thank you all for joining us today. For more information you can check out our website at pewtrust dot org slash after the fact next week. Join us for our final episode in this season as we look at the future of race in research and the changes. That are coming. Dan le duke. And you're listening to after the fact from the pew charitable trusts.

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That's over the last week Just my teams saw to miami heat games the heat versus the magic one end to the heat versus the bulls and one game my beloved first place florida panthers of the columbus blue jackets and the revival of sergei broschi hearing my hell and he he probably heard my i caught him way and chen and that probably really really hurt his feelings so he has. He has responded in kind by being the best goalie over last month. Yeah this basically this month of march in the nhl. He's six and over the last six games. The panthers are on a roll. It doesn't matter if they go down like a a pointer during a game. It's just like they come back. I told you i told it. Charles this andrew this this. I'm not comfortable with us. I'm not comfortable with a very good florida. Panthers team because i'm not used to. It boy made the playoffs twice. Since i've been a fan and twenty sixteen was awesome. I really really was but this team feels different in two thousand sixteen. It feels a lot. More complete. And barkov is playing at sulk levels at the very least maybe. Mvp are john. Hobart all the same thing erin. Glad might win the norris if he keeps playing like this like this is this is happening. Guys i don't know what to what to make of it. Then i'm happy. I'm optimistic at the same time. Like you know put. Ptsd from from all the all the time. They hurt me in the past. And that's hard to let go. That's hard to let go for for some your teams. I'm sort of so you guys know about that ruling for for a team. That hurts a lot. But he's gosh darn keep coming back to them so what's changed about them dive in but remember the uneducated all right andrew. It seems like a lot of the same players you want to jump in with this andrew with some hockey talk sure. Yeah let's let's do it. You haven't been on in a while. I think part of it has to do with what kind of fear point. It's a lot of the same players. And i think over time as guys kind of meld together get used to each other. They tend to play more as a team. So i think that's part of it. Big part of it is that bobrovsky is actually playing. Well even even if he isn't he's getting enough offensive. Support to mitigate any issues like the past couple of games. I've seen him give a four three four five goals. But the panthers are somehow able to eat out one more than they need to kind of reminds me of something that grant fuhr for those who don't know grant fuhr the iconic famous goaltender for the evanston oilers back in the eighties. He always said i'm not gonna. I'm kind of paraphrasing. He said. I'm not giving up any goals in the third. Just make sure you get one. More than what. I've lead in our and that's of how brodsky has been. He's he can be a civic times by he's able to keep the enough out and the offense is able to put enough in that they keep wanting. I mean luckily the panthers have a pretty weak cop division this year. Now it's slightly more top heavy than it is the there's only first off. Say let's say hello to king retro gaming. I doing madrid out there. Your we love retro gaming as for sure and the the you love sports view record. Yeah i be fire and ice on the end yesterday. So that was that was a yesterday. But but yeah yeah to your point andrew. Yeah it's been more top heavy into it. Looks like a really tough division when it started out. 'cause you had of course the defending stanley cup champions tampa defending western conference champion in dallas. You had carolina who's made the playoffs last couple seasons and i've been pretty good nashville predators. Same thing and the columbus blue jackets and from there. The panthers have always been kind of average to mediocre. Okay this is going to be pretty tough for them to make way more importantly you've got chicago and detroit rebuilding detroit and chicago. The surprise of the season so far in the in the division. they're they're playing above. Yeah people expected them. Yeah exactly and the dallas stars are the disappointment of the division. Because look when you when we had johnny on our show like three or four episodes ago check him out cats and stats on on the twits. So he we talked about the stars. I it seems like because the stars had so many stoppages due to the virus. Bright that it's like oh these guys can't get anything going. Well there haven't been any stoppages and they still can't get anything going there. Plus five in goal differential. So it's just there. There are five hundred team. They're just kind of in the middle. Basically what that means. They're winning a lot of close games and losing a lot of blowout out. They have a this is this is probably the the silver lining them. They have get this six games in hand on the chicago blackhawks who have have the four spot and are up nine points on on the stars so it's not like the stars can't get on i. Ciment not even a hot street probably like just like a semi hot streak when six out of ten or something and probably back in this. It's not like it's completely gone away from them. And luckily for the stars they have anton khudobin. He's been he. He's been one of the low lights so far this season to be honest but when when he's good when he's on fire he's an swag. Oh yeah he he's not. He's not playing his age. He's thirty four going to be thirty five in about a month or a month and a half. he was not playing his eighth. When he's on his game will stop anything. His owl that we are able to beat The him Just enough in the stanley cup laughter. Put to wrap back around to kind of the second point about why the panthers are doing. So well think credit must be given to joel quenneville. Yeah i mean the side from the one thing that really stands out is that bone headed kept the the. Yeah the the challenge so what happened was think it was against the blue. Jack or nashville. Something i think it was national nashville like a month or two ago. There was not that close. it was. Yeah an offsides challenge. It was an offside challenge. And i mean maybe from in real time with close but if you had a if you have a person watching the monitor which i think they do yeah they probably have like an ipad or something no chance in hell that that was going to be overturned biggest thing it was. It was the wrong thing to do given the momentum of the game. And here's here's the other thing though. So if you challenge a play if charles challenge a play in the nhl and you lose the challenge. You're giving a two minute minor for delay of game. Leela team gets a power. Play that yeah. It was because i the the the replay rule was introduced and a most of the time the coaches would do it just for offsides calls at it was for a lot for i guess the the old heads of the nhl for a lot of them. It was slowing the game down too much. So as a way to kind of desensitize coaches from doing that they added a penalty to it where fiat lose on it. You lose not only your time out. Which was the original rule. But then they added that you also are placed a minor penalty. So it's kind of like mario party one where if lose many game you lose ten coins it got real tough about timeouts in hockey even get one in reality ninety five percent of the time. It's never just goes away so it's not like football in reality. The only time a would really use it. As if you're down warner cubicles you're going to be taking a face off in the offensive zone and you're going to get the opportunity to pull your goal so it just gives you a little bit of time to strategize. Yeah to figure out rarely are timeouts. Used to actually give the guys a break. Unless you've been stuck in your own zone for like ever why can't get out. And he just these and if know throw it out for an icing the guys stay on the ice anyways so you're trying to give the guys a breather but but most of the time it's the scenario andrew talking about so they're like never they're trying every news that's why it was kind of that. Game was awful. Because it was the momentum of the game the panthers playing awful but rosca was in net and he wasn't stopping anything and it was like. Why would you put the guys. Why would such iffy call that. You would put the guys in that position. And of course they gave up the game tying goal when it's over time they lost overtime so it was really quick so a goal was scored on the play that was challenged. Yeah former ensuing powerplay renita five four but and the challenge was called so it remained five four because it was not reverse on the power play. They score the game tying goal take into overtime and they lose in the shootout. That was probably the worst loss of the first month of the season. But since then the panthers were playing pretty consistently since then of course the revelation that borowski is actually playing up to his contract more or less for the most. But he's playing enough. He's playing well enough for for them to justify for starting him over and over again over christie and another thing. I wanna because one of the questions from charles was. What's the difference now. Compared to last season and a lot of that you can also give credit to our brand you general manager barry zito because he comes in and brings in guys that are contributing to this carter verhaeghe from tampa bay right. He was signed as free agent. He was he wasn't going to flourish in tampa because the lightning just have so many other stars in front of him from what i saw in our our playoff run last year. I knew that he was going to be something special. Which is why it was bombed but understood why we let him go and create constructive. Just wasn't enough room for him but he. He is proving my mic predictions correct. Indeed so for hagi a big one. He's been one of our top scores. So that was good. Another one was the humongous. Especially in retrospect trade of mike mathis for patrick corn quest from From pittsburgh because bike matheson one is worse than traffic cone worse than a traffic cone as a defenseman because at the very least a traffic cone is going to willingly. Cough up the puck to the other team. He's the traficant can at least sit there and not do anything whereas matheson would make such bone headed plays. It was like oh my. It'd be yeah i would rather traffic on the very least. It's kind of their sit in front of you and he kinda got the go around it. But the matheson would just let people go on by recap of the park and just make some bone decisions so they traits rapajic corn quest horn quest. Who is an older player. Noun is about his mid thirty s. I believe and or is in his mid thirties. He contributed to the penguins. Recent back to back stanley cups and the penguins are retooling kind of rechange. Their makeup their team right okay. Well fitting here anymore. So they swapped them for matheson panthers. One this trait for sure. Because i don't think matheson's even playing probably on the taxi squad or whatever for the penguins and horn quist has not only brought the offense. But he's brought an attitude some swagger to the florida panthers the panthers team they are different with that man on the ice there is some swagger he tells guys to shoot the puck instead of passing all the time like i think one barca's recent goals in the last couple of games. You could audibly hear horn quest. Say shoot the park. Which is what all the fans say to bark off but finally someone had the goal to go up to fricken bark. Just shoot the puck. You like the most talented guy on the ice. You should try and shoot more. And lo and behold barkov numbers are going up and hor quest is the only guy over the last. I don't know how. Many years that the panthers of have had all these ford's coming in that is willing to go to the front of the net and get down and dirty and try and get some of those those those grinding goals get in the muck right there from that andrew. You know what. I'm talking about right. I just went off into a stream of consciousness. For freddie's here really knows what i'm talking about. We learned a little bit. It seems to me that the panthers are just kind of playing to expectations of the talent. They have got some for a lot of people. It's it's above expectations to be honest. But yeah the panthers playing above expectations for some people because they were expecting an okay team like normal but they're playing better and the guys that we drafted high in the past few years and the big three that barkov hoover don't act glad are playing like stars that can rival those of other teams. That's that's going down. That's what's happening. But yeah the attitude. Adjustment against the secondary scoring from frank toronto as well. He was a great pickup from boston. A few years ago dotan made some good picks and some good trades but he made a lot of bad signings to and barry zito was able to come in and and supplements and get rid of really the the worst dead of the team. Which was mike mattison and his contract. So i'm happy being at the top of the heap for now for now. It's a tough division with because remember johnny also was like he thought the carolina hurricanes were the best team in the division if not in the league and the hurricanes are also playing pretty damn well there they've got a higher points percentage than the panthers packages have one more point than them and this is a three team race at the moment. Florida tampa bay and carolina will say that the past couple of games the whitening or giving me some pause and bear in mind. I'm not able to catch every game. No you know it could be locked or unquote or bad luck if you will then patching these games. But they seem to be a bit with project to to kind of describe it. They're giving up a lot of over there. They're not playing his sharpe's i'm used to. I'm hoping that that's just a a little trend or something a little mini blip or something. I don't want that to be continuing because that would be a death knell. I don't think that's i think it's more just. I mean they're still remember. They played a lot of games over the years. And in such a short turnaround. So you know the stanley copp and everything and it's not like i don't think they will fall so far where it's like okay. They're they're literally hanging on by a thread in the fourth seat over like the chicago blackhawks or the dallas stars. That's not going to happen at. It's just one of those just doldrums of the season. Also remember because of the work stoppages work-stoppages. Sorry the virus stoppages. They've truncated the schedule saw. They're playing la more back to backs things like that. So guys are getting tired. Guys are getting tired. And maybe maybe jon cooper probably might want to utilize taxi squad a lot more. Give some guys some rest. That's also going to be playing into these final months of the season because teams are guys are gonna get tyrants some teams. You're just gonna have to swap some guys out. There are waiting on the taxi squad and give them at the very least. A game of wres- were normally. They normally have a game respite. They're playing back to backs because the schedule calls for now. Is that over on hockey. I do want to take a moment here to discuss a very sad moment. That happened this week. A nineteen year old junior hockey player. Russia two more fights dino Unfortunately ask away. This today was hitting the head with a part move. This is obviously the first time in a long time. I can remember a player being killed on ice. What happened was. I'm by no means a medical expert so i'm just going by what i've seen. He was hit in the had around the what's called the temporal bone which is basically the like right near the cheekbone above cheekbone directly parallel directly parallel to the eye so that was fractured in also. He had a damaged. Carotid artery glad that led to a brain hemorrhage and unfortunately the by incubation another life saving measures. He was not able to survive. It's your campbell so it brings up a point. That i i kind of just been playing around with myself which in the newer nhl hockey games. They they give you the ability to wear fall cage and whole cage. What they call collared cage a full glass curve of full face masks which people derisively call fishbowl or a cage half visor and i know recently within the last decade. The nhl now requires all players. Where minimum of facial. I think we're down to like a dozen or so players who were grandfathered in so they don't have to wear one. One of whom is dana. Chara not like anybody can reach up there anyways. Another big guy that can can anyways very very rare see one. These days by his beard will stop in the nhl needs to go further. I think they're i think they need to put a full shield or focusing on the players. And they're certainly precedents in every single level hockey juniors olympic not olympics but junior hockey pee wee squirt all the way down to the kids college and then all the way to the pro level for women's hockey everyone is required to wear full cage or full When i say cage. I'm i'm lumping of full face. Shield in but the. I'm just trying to go for efficiency and speed here this. It kind of reminds me a little bit of the mike cool by incident back in two thousand six which now he was the first base coach for the tulsa drillers who struck in his head and died from a foul ball now. Base code is required to wear helmets. I think is too little because it's not even cover is nothing it's like. When donald rude was playing. He would wear a helmet but just like not a full helmet. Buzz is right. It's like a catcher's catches helmet but facing forward right but look at just going around sports. In general you know. Football is starting to wear those extended ear flaps baseball which has proven to be extremely effective. It the nhl needs to get way more marketable with its players. Because you know why that means people are going to see the face of these players they wanna look good and if you wanna look good yeah cover up the whole face right. That's but then of course other players will be like. Oh you want to be a pretty boy whatever cares. Here's here's the the moneymaker right here if you got the face well. Here's the other thing though. The other thing is in will first off. It wasn't that hard of a shot. It was a dump in towns from center ice and he hit them in the right place. And i'm not saying it was unlocked me but there are so many people that were not lucky and somehow survived guys breaking cheekbones. And i'm not even getting started into. Was that player for florida. Who got his neck sliced open. South allege it was. Richard's any thank you. I don't know if that would have a hundred percent the if a no not because that would have to cover his neck right now. That's that's not good thing paler hall got taylor hall. Is the reason why we have the visor rule as the reason for that. Shit it really. It covers the bare minimum. Is your nose is exposed. Your cheeks expose. Your mouth is exposed. It's it's doing not nearly enough considering. I mean i think eventually it's it's i. You're trying to have a preemptive thing right now witches before the worst happens like what happened and this was the junior team of dynamo saint petersburg's right but before that reaches up to a higher level but knowing the nhl. They'll only do something when something happens. So somebody's gonna in the face. I people in the face of the puzzle time. But it'll be. It'll be a superstar. Let's say connor mcdavid. That's just karmic mcdavid. 'cause that's probably like the only person that or austin matthews someone in toronto or martyr maybe margaret one those somebody edmonton toronto is gonna hit in the face and he won't be able to play for some time because of his recovery from the jar whatever and then from there on like we have to protect awesome. Matty's really weird mustache. He so baby. That'll be the the emphasis for for doing so. It's just it's so stupid. He's half mexican. that's why his mustache comics weird happened. Here's another example in nhl. Sal damn sombrero poncho. Maybe he looks good in arizona. Next a cacti. Let me talk his sorry. Just think you boston matthews. His mustache argued on sponsors. Awesome matthews mustache andrew. Go ahead Steven stamkos broke his leg on a goalpost when he was sliding in as a result they made them a bit easier to dislodge. The nhl is chew reactionary. And it's it's not good they. It's bound to happen again advantage. I know and love. I hope that somehow the powers that be are able to hear our little podcasts. Or if i can tweet this out to the world and someone gets wind of it do it. Now before someone gets seriously hurt or kill. Someone has already been seriously injured and killed. Don't let it happen again. This kid was nineteen he. If he was american he would have just been out of high school playing for whoever It's it's a tragedy that someone that young who had a promising career was cut short by something that could have that was preventable. We have the technology to stop that from happening but a need either by a peer pressure. I mean people call them fistfuls. For god's sake it's it's it's a term of derision. Well that's that's part of the. Let's see us got a comment. Here the issue stems in part from the fact that a lot of players hate the full face shields. That is also. Yeah in my experience. The complaints are overblown but the players union is known to refuse to budge on the most minor shed and that is also true when crosbie ward full face shield as well and not only players but fans to those fans see as it. It's part of the the machismo culture of the nhl. Sometimes to where. I wearing the helmet was kind of like. Oh you know you're not manly enough and then having the visor. Oh you're not manly enough in. i guess. Having the full clear fishbowl cage is oh. You're not manly enough where it's like. I always thought of it. Like if i was if it was me like if i had become. Nhl player and a good one. At that one that could be marketable. I doing all. I can to protect my face because especially nowadays in the days of social media and stuff and it's all about the brand you want to protect the brand and that's part of the the marketability like in the nfl are not the nfl. Well actually some nfl toe an nba. Face yeah you fell almost is getting the violin. Guess pay manning's not going to be on the cover of guys guys are wearing helmets and people are they. Don't really associate or they only high into the personalities and things like when each l. kinda sorta has the same thing. Where a lot of players aren't that marketable. Only a few of them actually have personalities that are noticeable. And that's there's there's some issues there and it's on both sides. On both sides actually three sides on fan culture players culture and the culture the the front office executives. The moneymakers are the money. The guys who signed the checks or make the rules that that's also part of it too so be used. Comments are correct players kind of see it as a sign of weakness sometimes to make me frustrated. It's like baseball on their unwritten rules to and and that but it requires a change. I would say the players there has to be a player. That's willing to do it. Like if connor mcdavid had if connor mcdavid was like he's not the best looking guy in the world so that's probably not the best example but like it doesn't matter what they look like he is. He's he's a few here. Yeah he should be the face of the league and it should be a face that you should see and it should be a face that probably should be protected at all costs right and forget about physical appearance disfigurement. Whatever if he takes a bad shot the face at minimum. You're looking at the an injury. I see guys with the missing teeth and i'm just like i can't i just can't i cannot justify living like that. That's and having missing teeth. Say missing teeth makes you think of hockey. Yeah but the distinguishment of the sport itself. Yes it is but it's also like they they back that that warrior cultures were all call us. That's part of the issue. Also a i'll. I'll take another Analogy here look at tap in baseball when they when they were first introducing yards chest protectors all that jazz. They were called tools of ignorance and people who were wearing. Those were look severely down upon now. It's it's a part of the catcher's identity And you know. I agree with you here. Francisco it's stupid that they took away the ability for them to paint the helmet. That's that's an aside. Yes but pat say like problem for come on dude come on or like seagate rule to but still like you know. Let's go back to hockey here. So shocked want was the first goaltender to consistently wear a face mask fifty six. I think he plain old white at he broke his nose initially and then he wore the mask. I think somebody like help them. Make it whatever and then he wore it until his nose got better but then he went into a game without it again and i don't know if he almost got hit whatever and he was like nope not going back. We're told the the coach she basically said if you don't let me go in with us. I'm not playing. And he was the he was that guy and the the the the big thing was he was also the best goalie on the planet so he you couldn't say no to him like if the like. Let's say this was like like once again. If if sidney crosby had done this if sidney crosby would last time he got hurt. He wore the full cage if he had kept it. Like you know what. I'm gonna keep it. Maybe just maybe. Because he's big enough especially now he's got all the stanley cup rings that who's going to question it especially if it doesn't affect his play maybe he makes it better. Maybe he's like. Hey i'll go into the corners a lot more with this on my gonna. You're gonna get a stick in the face or whatever too so you might. You might be willing to to get a little more. I guess have a slightly more courage in some situations. Thanks to having the whole face protected to protect getting boarded or whatever but still anyways. Yeah i i'm with you on this andrew. You've convinced me convince me now. Now that you've brought this up and one last thing you know how we've mentioned that pitchers start wearing now. I feel like they should wear lacrosse helmets. Feel like it's like the perfect thing we'll cross with whatever you wanna call it it they do it in pro softball in softball there. Closer closer to the to the home plate thousand. Now you know it's it's. I'm a main news that pitcher has not been killed while been scary moments. There's always there's always one per season a actually. I take that back. There was a youth player was killed on a comeback. But and that's part of the reason. Why they they went away from the buzzer aluminum that model and went to the bbc. Yeah west powerful so all right Okay thank yeah. That's that that seems like a good idea. Andrew we go you want. Let's let's let's send a strongly worded email to the nhl. saving one. One conversation with with gary bettman. Stephen convince them early. Just put a nhl thing in the background for the youtube. Dogged attention restricts us we're basically just took a big and he tells we're fans of you guys come on come on all right okay. Well let's see we are at. We're forty minutes in. And i i wanna get because it is women's history month guys so we. We still must honor our queens out there. So i like to you go girl and doing this one in celebration of the announcement last week that. Espn will be regaining rights to broadcast the nhl. All right so my you go girl for this entry. this week. is linda kuhn. Yeah gary go go. Linda come a massive hockey fan or a lot of big hockey fans especially the old guard from espn. was stephen. smith not a hockey fan. We know that he doesn't know anything. And max kellerman fucking moron fucking asshole all right so because he said i think last year nobody cared about the nhl in in in the united states. And i was like. Oh oh this guy who actually reports about boxing. Talking about a sport. Nobody cares about your boy. 'cause nobody gives a shit about boxing in the usa. I'll tell you that much okay anyways except for punch out right except for punchout so anything that people like about boxing anyways dying sport. You guys lost a mma. Come on all right. Well then. Linda code so she is of course a sports broadcaster worked at espn but she she started out in local television move worked her way up work for sports channel america. They'll be al km. I can't even pronounce his patch. Guay new york. Wfan valid for me patch like like like a patch and then oh way oh g. u. e. shoulder put chocolate paninis pirogies. You tried and that's what matters most. Yeah i was trying to give it like the latin inflection with it and i know you like i do the same regions boy. Charles likes boxing. I saw that. Oh i hurt your feelings charles. Sorry no you're not. I'm just i'm just saying mexico. The mass throwing stones in a glass house. so listen. here's the thing. Everybody rolled their eyes when kellerman. Got the first state when you make people miss. Skip all shouts. Emily kaplan for being an espn young guard hockey person. Yes yes indeed every go. Yeah but linda cohn anders off trying to find the pronunciation for the city And keith kiro tv in seattle. She went to suny also ago. She's of course an anchor since She's been working on tv since. Nineteen eighty seven and some trivia. I was the first full time female sportscaster for a us national radio network when she started with abc and she had her five thousandth addition of sportscenter back in twenty sixteen as she's hosted the most and all of espn history. So we're we're on. Sports gives ninety seven. We've got a long way to go guys. Imagine like forty arouse like welcome everybody. The sports coups five thousand. Oh boy all right. We finally have one million views. It took a while but whereas you know. Espn's on like forty billion or whatever so anyways podcast she has right now so semi competing with their. But we're not really not is called. Listen closely with linda cohn and i guess as listen. I think this was a precursor to the to the. Do but she was. She will also be primarily focusing on hockey going into the future with. Espn so maybe she was in the room when they were doing these negotiations to get hockey back on espn now that. That's yeah. So that's linda cohn everybody and of course she she. When the florida panthers are doing their goalie. Try for their emergency. Backup goalie tryouts. And we had a whole bunch of people here coming down to to try out. She was one of them. She was one of the people that came down to try and win. The job of emergency backup goaltender for the florida panthers which would have been pretty sweet if she was in the building. Every other night is waiting with her gear. Ready to go. Please come on the show. Yes please please please all right. So she makes three million bucks a year. Wow aw for real. And she's been working at. Espn for like what almost three decades as a lot of money. That is a lot of money Some she's probably got some really good goaltending gear because she still plays. I think rec league somewhere. So linda call everybody. I'm surprised that she be spn with her. On because god knows everybody in the first word john. I like john ticket favorites. I've just shop because their whole thing was. Oh you guys can't cover because we don't have anything so wouldn't the most logical thing being to limit the heaviest price. Even though i know she's probably more recognizable. And i think that's that's espn cannot afford to lose. All of the old guard has at. Because i mean stuart scott passed away stores. I mean i'm talking about the old garcia evenings. It's not an old guard. He was talking about the people that were anchors. You know. I think bob lee. Is he still there. Think but i don't know what he does. He retired also. He's gone scott. Fortunately passed away. kenny mayne. Is he still. I'm sure ninety sure let's see who else Scott pal passes on a late night. Show somehow okay Dan patrick left to his own So yeah main is still on some time so i guess whenever feels like doing which at this point he might as well work that way right. That's the dream that is the dream. Hey i feel like doin' sportscenter tonight. Kind of feel in the itch filling jack. Yeah so linda cohn and Who else what was it. John saunders passed away too so he's gone Gosh well. I got bummed out. I'm also feeling old thinking of all those old names like. Oh no gosh. There's and there's plenty of videos on youtube about the the the reason. Espn doesn't feel or seem as good as it as it once was and it's not because of the political lean that they sometimes go on but it's also away just the way that they're trying to get ratings so people well all of those talking heads normies. Love those talking heads as they do you know. That's kinda semi what we do here. But we're not screaming to the mic like this all the time unless it's charles doing his cage. Yeah we also just over saturated waste. That's true are and we also looked to be. We also don't just lean hard on on promoting our own narratives just for the sake of promoting and basically almost being tmz at some points and only promoting nfl stuff and nba stuff. Because it's where you can kind of generate drama. It's almost like espn is like a youtube draw channel but for sports. Sometimes it feels that way like team star is going to host the show. Someday i betcha that that that could happen. Oh that'd makes my skin crawl little bit or boy let me you know what guys. Let's get some culture into our lives and andrew. Did you find pronunciation of that city. By the way i gave up. Now gosh darn it. What the call mayor of pacha goal along guys. I have Well when we start discussing football. I have a picture. Okay so i let me do a uncultured swine. I'm one of these in a while. Guys were heading down under for this one. All right we are going to. We're going to cover the hope. The illawarra hawks that's pronouncing it. Andrew maybe wanna find out what the name of. This city is how to pronounce it. The latin spin out of all opportunities that you had your. I found the wikipedia that says patch hog like sonic the hedgehog. Yeah kind of okay. That's pretty cool. Okay yeah i mean it's a native american. It sounds native american. That's for sure but okay so so. Yeah illawarra hawks. Salvage nineteen seventy nine. They played in the national basketball league. Which is australia's premier basketball league. They have won championship back in two thousand and one their only notable players that i could see that played in nba. aaron brooks at. That's a call back over. Forget and lamelo ball. Yeah that's where he headed off to going to college and they've got quite a history of course they. They almost voted back in two thousand nine but their team. Captain matt campbell was able to drum up enough support from from the whole community. Almost like a like like a nickelodeon or disney channel movie succumb on save the basketball team and he got sponsors and naming rights ought stuff and they were able to to to sell the team off to a guy that was willing to to pay for everything guy from india a mining magnate. Because there's a lot of mid mining in australia and so they they were able to save the team and they created a not for profit community based company and they formed the wall. Agong hawks basketball limited to make sure that the hawks can can keep surviving so lamelo. Ball versus rj hampton. That was a game that happened last year and it broke the n. b. l. viewership record for largest viewership with two million people watching back in october. Twenty nine thousand nine because everybody's watching future. Nba stars or draft picks at the very least and they've had different name. Changes illawarra hawks. The wallow. I can't even a buck wollongong hawks and at one point. I guess because they were as tired as me pronouncing these names. They were just called. The hawks and the n. b. l. was pissed off. Like you guys gotta have a name so like okay. We're gonna go back to illawarra so there you go. They play at the win. Entertainment centre back in wall and gong new south wales in australia. And that's that's all guy there you go so i mean for some reason i it's excessive enough to say by just a crocodile dundee if they just ball now. This is a ball seeing crocodile dundee. Now i own just out dating ourselves here two kids. He's comparing knife another knife head. Yeah well there's one thing that is not going to be is not going to get a nickname from any professional sports team in australia. It's definitely not going to be the raise. Ooh is still too soon is it. When did he die. Gosh thousand steve irwin sick. Two thousand six. We're in six. I mean at some point it becomes. Funny yeah. I mean it's not like they called. The murder raised happy for devil race. Del rey's so you know okay. So beloved yeah gas. But i don't know comedy love him so much team after we obviously don't love them rate. Let us have this moment. The fighting irwin's now or the hunt. The crocodile hunters kraken. Now that that's probably like trademark by his family or something or maybe just hunters. Yeah so many animal rights groups will probably be against them for that though. So i can already see that now okay. Well that's uncultured swine. Everybody okay well. We have six minutes until the halfway point. I can do small segment if you guys want me to bridges over there. Let's do it. Because i could saving up over the last few weeks so i've got another one so let's say well let's hall medicine. This guy's not dead by the way. So so let's get away from a guy that is. Dan is probably in some hall of fame. And steve irwin and go to a another one. So let's do a let's hall. And and this was jason kidd jason kidd alive class of two thousand and eighteen. Point guard went to cao drafted in one thousand nine hundred four and the first round second overall played for dallas mavericks phoenix suns the new jersey nets and the new york knicks on the nine hundred ninety five rookie of the year award. Ten time all star five time assistance assists champions there yup ton of assess nine time all defensive team nineteen ninety five all rookie team six time all. Nba won two gold medals in two thousand and two thousand eight two thousand and eleven championship boo. Second all time in assists in the nba was a head coach for both the brooklyn nets. And the milwaukee bucks and and is an assistant coach right now with the los angeles lakers and he picked up another ring. Last season boo jason kendall. And of course he had that was it. The love was a love triangle. Love quadrangle back when he has that story of the serbs out with jason kidd and his teammates and you know some of his is going on with with a certain singer. No rubber okay. Well that happened. There's there's a wonderful video about it on espionage or now it's called secret base on youtube so if you want to find out that love quadrangle between him and his teammates that may or may not have led to the break-up of those young dallas mavericks teams love. Okay that's be like this. The love shape freddie freddie and you see the love dudek hidden just like dancing on boy well. It's their semi pro. Everybody everybody love everybody. Love hexagon boy. It's twenty twenty one you can. You can love every way shape or form if you feel like it. We don't kick save me on. Sports gives that's for sure. Definitely not up to charles over here giving coal jobs. I'm over their spawning at a library and really andrews the only one that has any moral compass the show i am i m i double as the moral compass and guess wrangler of the show. Yeah yeah that's probably like. Aw no no. Andrew was dealing drugs and his world tour that's cannons that's cannon by the way through everything news when you talk to them so that's cannon by the way andrew does rangel guests and may or may not be willingly by the way so there you go. Sorry why don't we make you seem like you're you're of aren criminal again. I as i was talking to charles awhile back If i was at wrestling i would love to be a. He'll because i. I want to think nice guy and real life so being able to to play off my my baser urges would be fantastic. That'd be a a nice thought experiment. We'll be a wrestling personas. Like for instance. When i was when i was in high school i was in play where i played a bill in which i was initially very bombed about because i was like all but i wanted to be the good guy but then i came to love and embrace the role it was. It was so much fun there. You go look at that. It's dormant it's lying dormant inside of them. That's fisher price. What if you were a pokemon woo and there's a lot to choose from about hesitate to Man that's wanna sleep. There is so many to choose from what. What would my personality be in comparison. I thought of that thought experiment. Favorite pok mon. I can't think of one that would be my personality. Whatever we're at the halfway guys. We'll we'll have our thought experiments about our wrestling personas sonus. Who knows maybe it could be the furry of of of the of wrestling world as their charles before i get there now. I've thought about it after. Has anybody dawned a furry. Ask all right kids going down and look like was it looked like king from from tekken onto out freddie just gave us a his non sponsor. Let's delve into this walkable. Pokemon go okay. Well we'll charles you hang on. That thought we'll talk about wrestling for ferries later on after the after the second half. Well let's let's get into charles's use it for sonos so let's let's let's go. Let's do a word from our non sponsors people places things concepts. Why have you that. We have been enjoying over the last week and and he's got one it's pokemon go pokemon go. Yes guys i. I still have. I still have it on my phone and you. oh gosh. They added the the ability to transfer one. Or i think there you can transfer a few of them from this game into sort and only like utilize that once to transfer my sweet coon over absa primarily. Go nuts with that feature. Oh i kind of burnt out on pokemon. That's for sure yeah. Well is the one that i'm really looking forward. I'm not going diamond and pearl knockin. That could cause. I've missed out. I didn't play those either. I played that generation. I played a heart gold. Which by the way on ebay is worth a lot of money. And i'm glad. I kept my copy but yeah pokemon go. That was guys. I was trying to pass the bar exam as i've ring around. Campus from pekic came out the season when it came out. Yeah twenty sixteen walker. Yeah i remember st side funk story because freddie open this door the day came out. Everybody and their mother was just going through. Fau ball ever because for those who don't know the law library. We have the undergrads there as well. And i remember. He was like a saturday night. And i knew came out. But then there's like a whole surge of people. And i would stay there until closing. You know whether it's library they close early on saturdays sense. Picks for future kids But that i would just like the classroom so you always had the proper the door because you don't have yourself walked out have had that happen to. That's always fun but you see all these people. It was so weird. Because i have barge myself against interaction. I'm seeing all these people coming in. And then there's my thumb on like a random tuesday kneeing by fifty minutes of our radar. And just look and i see a little peek. Itchy thought mike and i go. I try to get the some bizzare. Yeah i remember. I was doing an externships with the city of miami when that happened and when i was just sitting there doing nothing i would look for pok mon. In fact i remember like a group meeting between all the x. Turns whatever and we were there and i'm on my phone taking augmented reality photos of the people around me with book iman exit them so you could see where my head was at at my lunch breaks. Were incredibly fun. Because i was in downtown miami. There's plenty of pok mon little What the polka stop stuck could collect stuff at so when the app wasn't crashing on ya 'cause it crashed like crazy when it was starting out but gather that that was fun that was super super duper fun and i i still have it on my phone but i haven't played it in forever. That's for sure. But he has a ratchet with perfect. Iv dear lord anna shiny amphoras so pokemon go. Everybody there you go. that's that's friday's not sponsor. Okay don't know. If he has a promo code he can put up later. Yeah ok guys. Who's next go next all right go ahead. Andrew on sponsor is the doubletree suites on melbourne. Meat i called it charles from last week. We're like hey hey and is probably going to like astronauts not sponsor the hotel. He was staying at or something. Well doubletree hotel. Where was it there you go. That's perfect what city injured in particular melbourne melbourne yet melbourne. Oh is it is it. Is it burn where you don't pronounce the. Oh correct really. That's how you pronounce it. It's melber oh man. Well great city by the way melbourne's great that that whole threat yet. Oh you've been to that stretch in the atlantic satellite feed melbourne genie. That whole stretch. India marvi spent a lot of good times there I had a friend that lived out there for a while. So anyway this place was i. Guess technically in melbourne but it was right on the water Fantastic i really enjoyed staying there This was kind of lying part. One of my bar. Decompression trip I took the bar couple of weeks ago. So i decided to spend a couple of days up near the beach Went up to visit uci. See a friend or two And i. It was suggested to me that i get i was going to stay in orlando initially put. Someone suggested that you should say on the water And i was kinda deciding. Do i want to go west. Coast the gulf coast or wanna go east coast. Atlantic eventually decided Atlantic go to melbourne First off the ocean is amazing. I haven't spent a lot of times the beach and quite a while. Certainly not this much on a consistent basis in the beach is really nice. I initially wanted to go further. North like ormond beach But they allowed dry. They allowed driving on the beach there. That was a hell no for me wanted as little disruption as possible I've plenty of pictures and it was just absolutely gorgeous they had a sliding glass door in my In my Room that you could. Just i went to sleep listening to the ocean and it was phenomenal. much Much needed Are was lovely. And i totally forgot. The doubletree has probably the best cookies. I've ever had Blair literally known as the doubletree cookies They have previously secret recipe but Back at the beginning of quarantine in the virus they released the recipe for all the have Which realize that was really nice to do. I have to look into that for myself. Then it is a chocolate chip cookie with walnuts research and his absa freaking lutely delicious. According to their website more than thirty million are consumed every year and the doubletree chocolate chip. Cookie even became the first to be baked in orbit during experiments. A board the international space station. Well there you go there you go and it is super easy. You'd need butter sugar. Eggs vanilla extract lemon juice flour oats baking soda salt cinnamon semi sweet chocolate chips and wallets pat. What's what's great about. The the hotel is if you're part of their membership club which is free to join me by the way and let me let me say this. The doubletree is part of the hilton chain. They used to be their own thing than bilton. Like everything in life By everything these days what out the chain but luckily they didn't get rid of the cookies. Thank you hope But so if you're part of their membership club which again free join. They give you a nice welcome package of two balls of water and a wonderful cookie. And then they have a whole stash that ready to go at the front desk so you can. Just come down whenever you want. Say hey can you give me your cookies church. They hand them over there. You've got you guys. keep saying that. I ended drugs and the things. Whatever these things are drugs fear. They were okay. I was. I was very lazy and didn't wanna get up too early in the morning to go get rock. Just whatever from mcdonald's to eat in house because of the virus so as an headed out the door. I'm like hey do you have any more those cookies. Yovany do what they said to. Is it sure here you go so that was my breakfast on the way to. Ucf on day two. And then as i'm heading out to go back home. Can i have three for the road. Sure some lake. This is amazing. I am going to stay here much more often. But thanks to the doubletree released their recipes. I'm definitely going to be making these walk four so yeah couple tree. Melbourne was fantastic. I'd highly recommend it. Certainly get the certainly get something on the water Although actually i think all of their their places are on you can see from the water Absolutely gorgeous the beach was amazing. That whole strip of land is amazing. Highly recommended if ever in florida. Even if you don't stay in a hotel just check out. The beach is largely Promo code crack cookies for us. Crack boy said it. Okay i will say this charles. These cookies are better than the crack. Cookies gonna say right now for the record set by you crack cookies. I i used to date back then. We're trash good Adultery floor in the past. Okay isla jet. Just printed freddie on pokemon. Go and i caught a toto so all right. Okay well let me let me let me do me all right so gentlemen so our beloved show i i do a lot to get this thing up and running in produce it and china and make sure it doesn't all fall apart front of us we get those those beautiful beautiful ten cents per show you know but i need a lotta help with regards programs and things that i use as there's always. There's always something that that. I'm looking forward to make the whole process easier for me in order to get it out the door and make a sound semi professional you know. Make sure all the the things out of the way. So gosh mad this. This one is something that i've been using so it's free it's called city all right absolutely there. You go all yes. So audacity is a non sponsor for this week. I think it was perfect for us. 'cause actually last episode we were pretty darn good with no technical difficulties whatsoever so i actually worked out for us. Well yeah i added the show. I make sure to just like things up. Make sure like last. Episode andrew was for example. Andrew came in briefly to talk about what he need to talk and but his his maximum was very low so thankfully if you listened to the podcast version that andrews microphone sounds on par with me and charles. So you can. You can hear what he was saying. A lot more clear and it's thanks audacity. it's open source. It's free it can get on lenox or your mac or windows. Pc and it's free software. That helps you just multi-track editor can record with that. And i'm still learning how to use it. I haven't worked out everything with it. I'm still. I watch some more stories on youtube but on the basic side i kinda got it down path regards suggests trimming things out and and using the the effects that they got there. They've got different effects that you can amplify certain things you can take out certain noises. Hide some other things. I it works out well so i'm still experimenting. And you can of gauge the quality of my experiments based on the episodes that. We've had this season. Because i've been using it all the season and the season's almost over come april first week of april will be our last show because that's episode one hundred and that gives me four weeks later four weeks of time for us to take a break and for me to kind of experiment with other things and we come back with season. Six slightly more improved with basically has been our mantra for the last three years by the way everybody three years anniversary coming up this week now this week. This week's anniversary week so three years sports goose capital even then think they think this would last this long to be honest but especially last year guys last year we we just kind of survive the whole virus thing and just kept on truckin on a lot of people quit. A lot of people started podcasting. Quit their podcasts immediately. But we kept on. We kept on truckin and here. We are glenn quagmire. Podcasting take resistance away to lay down. Oh boy oh god no. That's that's not the audacity you guys. You guys are great. You give a promo code not sexual predators all right obviously at a sometimes the best thing is just kind of bait and switch each meal including myself at times. When we're doing things just make it. Funnier saga anyway. Because as we know we have been following the journey of charles's havi especially if we don't know if he has hobbit feet so we talked about fleet feet last week and how they were able to correct my ignorant ask about what my actually our size wise with wise archways of things so we need to find companion and boys chris out there fleet feet. It was my prince charming my cinderella as we tried on many shoes many running shoes at you boy needs the right kind of running shoes because my workouts are a weightlifting at the home and then i go running afterwards. How do i run. I run three to five miles depending on the day right so i get the right kind of once this saturday at rent. Five points often. Yes i ran two twenty six. It was like day. And i'm not gonna stream my knees tomorrow's probably gonna be at three to four. We're going to get that cardio bag Taking care of actually my first my proper crowning there so are not slurring as much as fantastic to its whole compilation things we had to play cinderella figure out and we found the right ones. Adult hurt too much they could hold into. Charles's damnation of his soles. Feel like there's a double edged sword made is because the album right there in puns and double standards. And i am going to get my nonchalance out to brooks goes thirteen. That's the Ah brandon. I have pretty sturdy works very well i was able to take my as my no running shoes workout shoes. I just can't promotional everyday walking shoes. The or just might standard sneakers. Black and white. They don't really have any wear and tear. Because i got those backlogs or retiring. Nike's i've had this seven years. It's it's time right but these have the gray one. It's the one that says one thirty Just ask why is that. Running shoes. Always look fuck. Can we just be civil with it. So i gotta go gray. But it's good my feet cushion. I don't really feel a lot of impact on the bottom my feet especially when you get to like mile three or for your feet started getting the lobley or wonky. You might lose all. That's a color. I consider Might get some in there. I don't have any bunions. I don't have any reminded night wings. Like my favorite dc character guys gonna know a little bit about my nerdiness. Also we are continuing season four of my heroes demon good but this has basically been able to carry me and my reduce out and my ridiculous ass to every mile. Take into the he. Did you have a choice on on the color. Are they just giving a lot. Because because i'm in store. So i had like a weird like it. Had a black woman had a blue finish at the bottom. Like you desert like this when i hear that. Step up separate you. Yeah that what kind of so imagine black. But it's not like imagine it. Being like i say it was neon blue but it was kind of like with the neon green comics seattle seahawks and the way he was like it was like a dark blue contrast i did. It didn't vibe with me as a kid. Say 'cause i'm i'm just to over school. I feel that's why sometimes i wish i had that. All black was option like that. Like blue and black or i saw that when i thought if i did not feel as comfortable on the one that had the gold on checkmark you begin this one. Red and white wine columnist sonic's shoes. That's for sure that right away when they actually red sneakers when i used to work out at the gym couple years back in style matters and mind you. I'm not gonna put salver comfort because of that was the case. I wouldn't go through this whole effort of joining the right shoes. I just wear whatever but these have kind of done well because prior to the a six which i knew it was a little wobbly. 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Download the free app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started all right guys. Let's move on second half the show. What football stuff you guys go to some off season things happening in our nfl The free agency. Yeah okay if we could. I mean we can we. We sure can. Because how i know. The dolphins are striking out. That's from what i've heard from everybody else. I can give you some information there. If you like to kind of go from it as someone who is kind of coming out of love the memes for sure it'd be great at sunless coming in as a resin fascinating. Football joe gannon exit. Maybe andrew returns to next year. Free agency batters figures. He doesn't necessarily matter of your team's gonna get better it's about. Are we going to get cheaper. But andrew mentioned something. I want to focus on here because we're kind of lawyers. We got some legal. Brian's going on right is the point of the salary cap. If everybody could just restructure subsequent bobble years in a contract to just kind of sued the and then not taking consideration dead money all this up because the teams that were supposed to be bad because there were in cal- if they're not named the new orleans saints have been able to secede case in point kansas city chiefs than licko mitchell schwartz. They had go of writer. Dad let go of a couple of other guys all get giovanni on a five year eighty four million dollar contract which i think thirty million dollars guaranteed and what they do to obtain it and what a lot of other players or not players but players also teams have done. They've restructured a lotta contracts. Just get rid of the roster bonuses and just making the signing bonuses that she is what they did was restructured mahomes. Who might he was on a tenure near five hundred million dollars contract chris jones and travis chelsea's contracts to make the more cap space the comment Outright release people in tennessee said by jackson. Which was we were gonna pick him. Anyway we let core game sco. He he went to the jets luck. We don't care. We got the pre the boys very happy on that one because he defense trash. We're gonna overpaid his phantom. Make us better which one. What is their defense trash trash. Okay sorry. I was on a different focus. Man charged not trash. It's like respect dow play. You are defenseless trashes. We only had about nine sacks on the season we pay vic beasley ten million dollars to just shaw and that we page. They've cloudy a little bit above that to not do anything and then get hurt. So we paid on depre- five years eighty something million averaging sixteen point seven million. Why don't you. This was a guy who only to become a sack. Massar till he got stephen to n tj. What big concern. Because hera landry. Sean evans possibly jay brown comeback at me. It's possible but i keep my heart out little bit. Hopefully those are not those kind of guys. We did get a gun a butcher. The name. I'm going to butcher the name. Because i am. I'm not even with my own last name. But we picked up from the colts It's age can we do this. Diego autry at autry was hard for me. Because i was thinking ultra but i can't say it but we got him. His defensive tackles there to get his big contract. We found ways flogging place people for free just kinda weird boys because why everybody is going to be cash-strapped. They said that the salary cap is gonna be at one. Eighty two people have or teams have outfitted the other teams. Because they know. There's gonna be some people how i don't know even know how the saints are functioning team. Because he drew brees retired by the way drew brees retired. Yeah of course have once again. He's off to. Nbc is often. But i find it funny that the man that was replaced by rivers. They both retired in the same year. It's funny to me. I like little things like that. They're calling her career in the sunset. Always one upping each other. I did it better than you even though you did immediately. There's tom brady just laughs in infant young age. But you know we got this. is charles. Go replace my question player corner. But bill belichick boys. His whole thing will draft develop in also trade for unheralded. We're gonna make great patriot. Way spin lon money super lot of money. Jonnu smith former texas tied. Take him we don't want trash. You're gonna pay this man thirty plus million because he caught eight touchdowns last year fantastic has guy former f. pattern as a guy who saw him play live multiple times when the titans with it has life physical impersonator right but as a guy who saw him play his blocking skills fun. But it's delaney walker. Who i that was the seminole kind of tie in that we need and maybe it was only better because arthur snow. But you're gonna pay him then. They're going to repay hunter henry. Another hide it. The tie starting time for the charges no longer charges another through thirty million dollar contract. Twenty something million guaranteed. I believe ridiculous coming into it and mind you. They resigned camphor when you're fourteen million gopher cap because last year is relegated to a veteran's minimal for with incentives that he wasn't going to obtain with the lack of talent there but billy boy. He was suspended because he got trent brown. Back from the raiders. They're doing some weird stuff to you. Got nelson agholor. You talk about guys are overpaid that should not have gone it and nelson al Fine wide receiver. But i don't think he's two years twenty six million for a probably guaranteed thirteen million looking at his contract considering the fact that he was dropping up all philly literally. Yeah i mean he. He was literally known for dropping the ball that one guy was saving babies from a burning building. He mentioned nelson galore like we were catching them. Unlike algal remember that y'all remember that i remember So i it's a very high as he had a pretty good year with the raiders. But it's the raiders. We talked about actually to season. Go on a show which we're about playing all back. Because i remember john gruden's offense when it comes a wide receivers as back outdated when he was with the bucks the raise the first time. It really is run. The ball focus on one singer wide receiver to get you there now. He has the great der wallet. We love you. You were like my favorite fantasy football. Pick i i would like buy your jersey and give it to my friends children. I'll give it to your kids as respect you but It was kind of like a focal point. Henry ruggs was injured and then with tyrod. Williams's injured all you had was nelson adler says these step up to the challenge yet. No but it was still something there but they also paid matthew jude huge for twenty eight going on twenty nine as a linebacker looking at contract four years at six thirty two million guaranteed so all is coming in is the fact that they are hungry and they're are at the buffet not realizing it's Full there's we have to clear house. And i find that interesting because you're seeing a team overspending. Well they've under six hundred seventy nine last year so maybe these are probably a good starting point. They're probably draft a wide receiver in the owners. They get a lot of hype is because they have been the biggest movers. Shakers this arrogance a little bit from built. But he's not even areas. I feel it's like the whole revenge focused. Tom went and got a super bowl ring without it. But how tom do it. Let us not play. The fact that tom brady went to a piss. Fourteen is not as if he went to trying to think of the most terrible team. I can think of that tom. Route feasibly goto trying to be fair. But it's not like he went to the washington redskins. I'm just going to throw example. Even though they were a playoff contender they went seven. Nine or six and ten. He wants the box who were all other positions in play perfect and then he came in to make it better which goes back to the other argument. Meant why are how the nfl figure out the cat because we mentioned the chiefs. The buccaneers have now been able to retain check barrett. Who is four years two million dollars. They're going to franchise tag chris godwin able to make something. Come out of it than you know. They might be more money and with spread out that cap They're able to get. They're trying to get dot com back. Which i think would kind of be a boon for him because even though he's thirty four he's not done they got great back again. A one year eight million the guidelines. David who i like. He's like mr buccaneer for twenty five million dollar contract so all these contracts on reading voidable years to help spread the cap figure. Someone explain to me this. Because i thought the whole purpose of the cap was the help bounce out but now you're telling me when there's a sally crunchier that has dropped instead of letting team Because the whole incentive remember about free agency you guys is depending on what ten replace them you got picks those positions right exclusive franchise tag at you two i or i third something. Gets you second tenor. But the whole basis by digital things was that if you lost free agents you get what compensatory picks and they're not always like bad picks you get it's not like we lose donald smith. We lose corey. Davis and corey gobi. Great in new york. I don't think you'll handle me almost a thousand years. Who's going to throw a ball to you. i don't know because side of sam darnold. were presumably. zack wilson. I don't know good luck. Because with white outs is bad. Market gets signed. Juju smith schuster. So either he really wants to go back to pittsburgh at the right money or no one's really entertaining. The the money that he wants but bringing back is that the whole basis of the compensatory picks was to mitigate the damages and android. No you're not as familiar for bob. I think you would agree with me. And a seventh round drafts that you can get picks out of getting additional takes three and four can get you quality blue-chips ours francis on that one too and also john smith. I'm not crying tears on it. Wo- can get a complex compensatory pick next year. We got one this year coming in. You can get a tight. Because for what johnny wanted to be isn't going to happen offense. Especially after arthur. Smith left and unless we get kyle pitch and false and it's a possibility especially if the eagles zach ertz like compass my fall off from florida if you take him. Because we do me. Somebody to catch the ball Abram but it's amazing how i think the intention okay. Let a guy walk if you know you want it. Or the whole purpose of the franchise like the franchise side was necessary. To keep a guy for your. It was like keeping your schedule now. Everybody went around kirk cousins. Who got franchise twice in then baked right. I'm so amazed because now if we're creating voidable contracts because you know who else got up very pig voidable contract tastes in hell. Why drew brees retired drew. Brees is still eating chunk of change and they'll have some hill even though he went four one as a starter was not really goodfellas so instead they reward his contract to be a four year hundred and forty million dollars contract with the three years voidable and this year he's getting sixteen million. What the hell's all this stuff. Because it really does kind of feel like the rich get richer and especially for a season which be hampered because being lord. I think everybody could agree. Just let them go and then try next year right on less the only theory. How is this. I want all your opinion. Because i had this whole big thing of racy. But it's not done so i don't wanna attack it fully is this. Are we taking these appropriations because we are so unsure of what scouting in college. Football and ms strategy is going to be because of the the virus. And that's why we're trying to really. That's like my little backup. Charles you sound very far away right now. Why headphone popped up. Okay i got through animated and down my hands but to reiterate. My question is very short form. Are we taking these types. Not because we really want to retain some of these guys or really have the money. Science people people have gotta go is the way of life is it because we're so unsure of this draft because we have not really see the whole tale of the tape of certain players that we rent. Do this weird ways tell you. I mean an outlook for this. You've got it. I know you got your koby percent by the way franscisco because you let v magic. Oh yeah that's right. He's he's off he's off. Where did he go this time. we're he he's in washington. Okay yeah washington. that's right. The only big names perset to the same person just gonna say now wants to writing but the skill set is very similar. You gotta say a wilson from us go ahead and you got a direct mckennie from houston because you got real shackle also and all this other stuff but bed jar. I can't say his dogs really good bowler with that's gonna say on those comments more to cough. I really can't comment to be honest on ipo free agency. Remember guys i am. I am a very pessimistic dolphins fan and because of that. I don't really like all. This really doesn't matter to me. Because from i can't really listen to dolphins fans on twitter because all of them are either so unreasonable that i really can't get a gauge as to what's going on man if i was if i was getting into the nfl as newbie right now. It'd be like wow. This is really toxic compared to back in the day when there was no social media. I'm not even sure i can't tell. You is look at this as a positive route because the biggest weakness oftens last year defense was fine. It was just lack of running back and then wide receivers. No miss might give the hat that you guys are not going to edit up ango for more linemen in the draft or do anything else silly you might actually pick up your marches or devante. We've got high draft picks. So i think the dolphins even if striking out here they will utilize all those draft picks. I mean the team is up and coming anyways. So it's it's all a development process still and we still don't know flashy was just the product of black of preseason varas art stuff or so maybe this season will be the real gauge to what the team really is made of bertha can say comments the comments on your team essentially this. I think sometimes being the team that spends very little is the best. Move to make. Because you don't wanna be the team like the like the patriots who literally spend. Because now you're going to be too too tight. Titans who should be starting and then you're just going to split them all these people and then you mounted just seven and nine. Don't be that team. So i think it's really good. And plus we're both high on that flora's we like what he's doing it. Brian brian flores but brian flores of reading as going some of that matthew something unmatured on because that's from some patriots but i would say that is very good to kind of be cheap in that regard and then know that you're going to build through the draft because what does the draft guarantee you that free agency does not cheaper contracts for longevity because unless you're just vets or just bodies is going to be very rare to have a multi year contract. It's not gonna hit you but in those second or third round my dogs that second. Yeah i agree with you charles. If you're going to get those second or third round picks they're only gonna college like three million for four years which is a great deal that you just kind of use abused them and then you either. Resign is the contracts or train them out. But i think it's interesting because i think like are we all doing this just to because it feels like it but only one teams really big spending. But it wouldn't be free agency in any sport of nobody overspent right now. that's true. The dolphins have always been that team that kind of overspend or a hit signed. The big splash free agent. Nothing comes of it so then the other way of how people will get a free agency is how it affects fassi football. Which is why. I mentioned myself and andrew and i'm retired officially but andrew back. He's got an ax to grind. But one of my coworkers and the group addicted to it. He's kind of like freddy A different leaks readies probably like. Oh my god this person's going here Same thing we'll cross out for it but always kind of makes you think as a as a fan like okay. This is fine. I want this guy. Like i'm very. I got to read. Because i know we were that bad. I think he's probably disappoint the expectation. But if i was still doing fantasy football depending where certain people go to especially those one year wonder contracts looking at you the marlon mack and proved deal. You'll probably get to miami. Because i think for some reason that makes sense that be. I'm retired. i'm retired. I'm going like mike. Golic gafa three. Every time you know about they bring me back in but not going back in. But sometimes a salvage. Those ideas were person or team. Might get somebody that was emmy positionally for an nfl fantasy draft. I wonder okay all right. Well i once again. I can't i no idea what the hell is going on to be. Honest can't tell you. All i know is fans aren't too happy this moment but maybe maybe it's just the whole thing by the draft. So what will you be happy because you want to be happy. When dolphins make the playoffs. Excuse 'cause you're doing great. Oh yeah well. That's the thing. But i don't get dolphins by avoid as much as possible aside from getting a legit superstar. That knows a work out for you. I try and avoid the hype for free things stuff like that and like only when when something big goes down like when you get a big three with the meat and stuff like that when you know. That's the that's going to work now. That's definitely going to work out. But aside from that no sheesh marlins offseason was quite so okay. The panthers did their thing. Getting rid of mike. Matheson was like the only thing that was on my wish list that i wanted to get done and they did it. And the rest of the is fricking the cherry on top. Which is what would happen right now. And the heat kinda stayed put for the most part. How're you with any kind of free agency. Ucf you're good hype man with them and everybody recruit and stuff like that But you being lightings fan you being tampa bay rays fan power you when you into a successful season into. I like to think of myself as pragmatic i enjoy. When this actually addresses a weakness guy knows the as into that this year. Shift gears but we got pictures. We got boomer bus guys. We're going to stay with kluber evaluating good doing all this stuff. But how are you as a fan when you go to the offseason. What's your reaction all well. I'll be honest. I i don't i don't follow. I follow. who is being acquired. Die deep into who or like who who. They are like cap maroon. I didn't know that he was a bruiser. When he came into tampa tamper the past You know i. I probably should get a bit more on that. But i have like just a fair amount of knowledge of free agency and who's coming in I don't want to say that it doesn't interest me but it's it's just something that i don't really follow that being that being said you know i see a big name comes in i'm like hey I pray a probably or at by virtue of being a mod on our cfp. Pay more attention to the nfl draft. Just because i have to watch it to moderate it. 'cause we do a little bit of a discussion on it We announce who's getting drafted. Oh speaking of someone wearing visor jamie benn. I'm watching the whitening scars game right now. One of the old guard. That's why he's one of the he's one of the last surviving hugh that doesn't wear a visor. That's that's starting to change directions there. But i i just noticed that Anyway so yeah. I mean i guess i follow these but don't so i don't really have a good answer for you there. Yeah for me. It's just like. I don't like to get over hyped for my teams going at certain seasons. Because i've been burned way too many times aside from the like. Yeah this is definitely gonna to work out with like the miami heat. I don't i mean she should took until now for bob rosca to even be decent. So just try. And avoid the hype. Everybody's in new york yankees fan. Charles you guys get all the guys i actually we ride or die hurtful. Yeah yeah. I mean you guys got us back something that so you guys got kluber. So that's we'll see we'll see things go down free agency though since we are discussing it. I will say fuck you jacksonville. Well my ears. They spent they got your boy though. The pisses me off. Because i was paid for you i was. I was willing to forsake the team even though they were. They're gonna get trevor lawrence who is supposedly a once in a generation quarterback allen. I was willing to forsake them for that. Because they were fucking arse holes for hiring urban meyer and whoever that i was strength coach was i would. I would wash my hands of them and now they go in and bring in the griffin brothers like getting clean as well she keen but yes okay. I keel. And they signed him to three years. Forty four point. Five with like thirty million guaranteed. It's not official yet but seattle is not tendering him. An offer as an art bay. So he's going to be an unrestricted free agent and the money is on him going big big cat country s fy nation. Here's a tweet. They expect them to sign which again i am super happy for shaquille getting paid and he deserves it She is shaquille o. Shaquille team is going to not get paid that much probably but he's still going to get paid. He's still in the league which is awesome happy for the two of them. I'm especially happy since now. They're going to be within driving distance basically their home pound and saint petersburg still their parents can. parents went to all their games in seattle. But now it's going to be a lot easier on them to go to games. I can go to their games now but like son of a bitch really did that despite lost them janus where james go one year. Twelve million orleans still. Okay all right. Oh forty two jacksonville. Every time. I blake bortles. Where's he at denver. Now okay all right like this. I kill you re nag on no cheer for the players. Okay friday's got florida's as a free agent right now. So so urban someone's available the backup over there all right might start so the penny and trevor lawrence backup backup. Yeah boy okay. I'll ago and with the with the retweet right now. Look at that. Three years later still loves the saint ignatius pacmans hockey uniforms. So they're good logos. I like it. Yeah yeah let's So oh man but yeah you get your for the players you can you can you. Can you can stay under the the buckner bandwagon instill cheer for the individual success of these guys. Right i'm not happy with jacksonville. I would so close. Did not having to give a damn about them anymore. And now i have to go crawling back in some way shape or form. Know why boy again i. This is personal. Listen on my personal. I am stoked that shaquille is getting the money he deserves. He deserves to get paid. And you know outside of miami or miami or tampa. And i don't know what they're they're very situations are but You know that's the the best fit for him just for his family being close to home. I think shaquille and shaquille got a home in the tampa area Like you know it's it's it's a perfect fit for him Jackson who needs all help they can get because they suck getting there getting troubled or two months on the buccaneers bandwagon. Look look what happens. i've i've said for. Everybody says that about the jaguars even their fans they do. Did you see the secret. Willing people will with the did. Did you see the secret base collapse video for them. Not yet okay. You gotta watch that. They're gonna collapse ram. I was willing to live with the sake. Nece i've dealt with sucky teams before and have not jumped the bandwagon. Or i have jumped away from the team. I didn't jump away from the lightning when they were swept swept by the blue jackets in two thousand eight hundred nineteen Jump away from. Ucf when they went. Oh and twelve What other teams The rays had pretty down stretch. Arrays are really hard to cheer for. I mean gosh started. What a like the only loyal raise fan i know. Yeah and he's at simultaneously just just hates their owner so much that i do not let go team white but site. It's the morals of it. That i just couldn't stand but now they have to bring back to of my two of my favorite players at now. I have to pay attention to them. Screw you urban meyer. Screw you shad. Khan let me go in peace. Please i beg you about tony. Com getting stinger russell That's way golf getting double team by the cops. That's a good segue because we are at the last few minutes of the show you ready ready actually might be pretty full welcome everybody your weekly plex cage. Charles reminder wrestling is fake it is scripted as a stage fight is poetry emotion it is just bloody beatdown sometimes is about chasing glory. Making a name for yourself doing more than instead of wrestling in front of the bengal fans in the bingo hallways and just doing some backyard wrestling with your boys. Because you're bored. You want to imitate your favourite wrestlers personas of big guys. 'cause take away the whole men women chasing championships and being holy Apartment joe's glimmer. It's a it's march sixteenth. Right was that translate to three sixteen austin three sixteen says Address it's don't cold day. Allegedly apparently i didn't know it was a real fool holiday. I know everybody kind of talks about it so in march you get excited. Three things right. You don't count spring break. were out. School doesn't work for us. You get excited for pi day. Report one four some pie you'd exci- for some patties which is manja. Sounds kind of counterintuitive this as spanish language. But hey i do what i can do. What course my. Hp supporters isn't says. I need to restart now that timing. Let's not do that. And then we get except for three sixteen day when i actually have my little segment the show for wrestler kind of talk about austin three sixteen says i just will dress so yes thank you and anybody who are the best part of his thing that was popular to go into but we love that breaking the glass. We love chuck in the beer. And when you were a kid. Nineteen ninety seven ninety seven episode. Nightime some so called. Boston really came into effect because i believe me was keen ring and ninety six. We be kate plumber. Let let me take a moment to make sure that right about this. Because lord knows of on wrong. He wanted sarah go. Hey what was i seven. I think that's what he won his first. Wwf title in one thousand nine hundred and wrestlemainia in so many supports goose number ninety seven. It's all coming together seventeen. That's when he winning the rock in the hell but many nine thousand ninety-seven to verify. Because i think this was the first one against sean michael. It's not it's all coming together on the ninety seventh episode. Yeah i know no. It was taker at psychosis asset match but it was all no but it's best stone. Cold steve austin match. Bret hart steve austin adultery. I knew i wrote down my willow notes coming into march twenty third nine hundred ninety seven so this time. Somebody do the math for me please. Twenty something years ago Bravehearts don't see boston. When asked enisa michigan match. Ken shamrock was special. Refereeing for those who don't know ken shamrock was kind of a big deal back then because was the former back in the day guy. Kinda come in mr anime translating into it ended in a double turn. Awesome l. puddle on his own reviews to submit passes out craze. That whole full bass serie a year later. Once aurora wanted january and then goes on the feet shawn michaels and wrestlemania. Fourteen wins. It then has some pretty good runs. They're still not my favorite wrestler but some things are important about stone. Cold steve austin to charles i wrestling figurines of a seven or eight year old boy to his rest for his birthday folks like on boy. Were we go. My parents say boy is say boy mortified nephew. But we're in the car. And i just got into wrestling and you know you always remember your first figures. I would say your first action figures dolls. Where the hell colander toys. I don't have a preference to them but you always kind of remember what you buy. Whether it's your first internal rafael space ass. Run out of it. As we know drag ballsy character i think many packs at the goku young pilot the pack of forwards goku crillon power rangers lou. Read best remember going to the toys r. us buying wrestlers z. Boston undertaker and man that led you live money. Spent a lot of hours going through. And i would come home. Do my homework player. Us like specially on monday nights because monday nights when wrestling was gone. You had the ratings war going on after that you vw w versus wwf. Monday night robbers nitro boy. The crossovers brands i would have i loved. It was great awesome. Even though it's not my full time One day. I will give you guys the real south really think about it. There's important things. I enjoyed bash wise him versus brett and has submission match was great him versus owen. Hart broke his frigging neck. Not that that neck breathe and are because of that. We don't count on talking about when for the sitdown pile driver and a broke steve austin's neck and he went as right hard on property. Forget the kids because some things are weird. That's why when matt hardy got it or not guys we. He was wiped out clean at a job reviewed as a stop the match but they let it go on ice o-of gripes with that seven months later but he still continued that match with a badly roll up on owen hart to win other highlights. I don't know if. I like to shawn michaels magic mania. But it was cool. He had a little semi view with mike tyson. I liked his three stages of hell match with triple h for the wf championship. In in the rock. I put on some bangers resume. Seventeen wrestlemainia fifteen. Also the highlight matches. I think he was great. Him and kurt angle when he tapped out for those good here is also a little bit background on he was he was a was a stunning. Steve austin when he was gone his transition of wcw to dc w and then when he first came into wbz funny went full. He wasn't stone cold. When he was bought he was the ringmaster. Teddy be aussies kinda like arab pair. They even gave him the million dollar belt kind of a big thing but they had to see what worked well for him so he even adopted million dollar dream. The cobra clutch chokehold that he had so he had like a he always kind of had it guy had a great cardio in the ring a decent shape could tell a story like us. Sob catchphrases galore. The detriment that he has done to wrestling blow the unforgivable this wrestling he created and led to the what chan i personally hate the wechat. There's any benefit of not having crowds exactly any crowds for the last year. Is that when anyone's cutting a promo there have to. What what. It was great when he was doing it. But lord let me tell you something fancier tech's discussed right now myself included. I remember being live and personal and people are trying to cut promos. He still people get it now. Some hills are great. My favorite one. The only person. I think there's two alexa bliss said because the crowd going saying she goes. Oh say what if using alexa poses greater wrestler and she was a he'll at a time. My favorite one's always the undertaker though 'cause you don't mess taker in my opinion taker is like google. If roberto clemente and wing gretzky gordie howe. They're all attributed to the respected sports hockey and baseball on all this other stuff Hank aaron guessing. We've talked about that. We saw takers out there that you you don't truck. They were doing the what to him. I don't think Awesome is obviously there but this is the benefit what he has done and how he's kinda like stuck into the fans even all the time anything what interior goes to let me tell you something. Say what if you sleep with your sister at people were saying what is like ghana all always give me my favorite thing but awesome taker. Has some good matches come into it. He was always a focal. Point has a great career. Like i said not my favorite recipes here on three sixteen day. I'm going to give some love to it. I'm to get. I'm going to him. Some coal high five. He comes in stunt people. I think he's stunned style trump but he was also known for the possibly one best storylines out there because if you talk about attitude era. It was him versus. Vince mcmahon plain simple. It was basically going against the authority going against the big-band bits. The man is the problem is the other detriment is because i would feel that it was so successful is why vince would have to intrude himself or his children half the intrude themselves on my television. Because now i don't like the mcmahon's on my tv show guys and this is what we're segue into wrestling To realize resnick bums say does now stone cold happy three sixteen day on a really drink beer because my drink a crack open now. I think he has his own little. Epa he has other shows like Stone cold island or something like that and stone. Talk and all these podcasts. Podcast great though. I like his podcast. As the rest of is a really kind of talked. I like learning the nature business from what they come from his perspective. So here's you see boston. I'll crack open a cold for you wrestling. We mentioned the mcmahon's wrestlemainia season's coming up. I don't care guys. Like i care. But i don't care. Tampa is gonna be split into two nights saturday. Sunday and in that week is also going to be annexed takeover and they're gonna get This is so much wrestling. That i don't think you guys are the burden that i am carrying but for you i will do it. But my my problem wrestlemainia metal pay per view this week and this is kind of a problem with it. This pay per view is going to have mcmahon on their shane mcmahon versus braun strowman. No one wanted to story. No one asked for the story. The whole basis of his. Shane legs being bullied to a seven. Mazar who just eat him alive and we know it's going to continue because shany's habit yearly mcmahon match. You didn't have the last year it's got to have it this year. I'm gonna want it. I don't want. I want now that i'm getting a baby ball but now that i'm getting wrestling tonight event and you've actually had a year to of planet to split the split the event as opposed to last year. Which you just like we're gonna for the fans but now we're gonna do some stuff you have real. Storyline feuds like each match. There should be no squash matches voice. Nothing should be under fifteen minutes. I know my standards but this is this is why i'm gonna ask but members bronze from the they're going to wrestle at faslane this weekend. The fast lane card is not even complete. This is kind of like my problem with it. Vince has gone sloppy because really what he cares about his logic sound. But what does he care about. He cares about the idea about the ratings appease obviously fox and usa and he says the people were gonna watch you're gonna watch regardless but what's the thing about fascinating matters it's peacocks. I launch because those billion dollar bucks. You guys are worried about them stimulus. Checks vince mcmahon. Got real few money goes here Basically for those who need summary that maybe network for billion dollars licensing rights they get back to vinci's a genius of businessman seriously Hispanic has been fantastic for him. But it's gonna pure fastlane. I don't care about the card. I really don't. We're not even getting bobby lashley wrestling you guys because on monday night. Raw for some reason drew mcintyre just beats up ms and just goes above and bugs like sheriff on the come on do something you can at least put miz vs. Drew mcintyre end a number one contenders match. We all know faslane a throwaway pay per view. But you gotta give me a reason to watch it. You're gonna give me something. Watch it even. If you only make you look to our pay per view you gotta make it matter. You gotta make drew catches point at bobby and be like taking that title. You lost your title. What are you getting another opportunity if you win a number one contenders match. Then that makes sense sloppy storytelling. But not the sloppiest the matches on the card biggie versus apollo crews. I haven't talked about this. And i'll keep it very brief. Basically apollo turned feel. He basically adapted his nigerian heritage which concerns me. Because i think vince sometimes love stairs. Little bit too much. 'cause if you ever heard apollo crews talk before he does not like sally's nigeria. And so now. They gave him an accent. So i just expect vince and all his cultural dense nece to just have like a politics. Cream account forever come vince. Don't do this because vince has that history man you had crime time. Nation domination and apollo is attala. And this he'll turn has been great for him especially if he was the intercontinental championship for biggie. But i don't want at. The expense has adopted accent. Now am i. The only one feels like it's just bad business. He'll polish good for business. But the minute you put on the nigerian accent like full body. And that was his thing in the when he was nation i get. I don't even think you would cut promos in different accents. someone creative just could go go. It'd be presented. Why does he have to adapt access the same thing to me who it is argentine colombian. And you hear me speak like you know whatever the equivalent might that. Be the create tap into identity. I don't get whatever. It is just one of those things. I've always had a gripe with vince about because if feels like the deaths replay. But that's one of the matches going. I like this tweet right here. The real acting were those guards behind apollo crews not laughing because of his botts accent. It was tough tough like when we get off the show goes how paul new crews usually talks is nice guy but he does not need it. Sounds like the word. I would as any murphy and coming to america. Is it like that. Correct yeah oh boy. My father used to say about they used to say. Hey let me give you an insight. Because kofi kingston you guys were with me with kofi mania kofi. When i came to the wbz was built from being jamaica. So what did kafia affect jamaican accent. That's the coffees from boston. Man like he's got heritage we all have heritage but they who they are and it was that part of the chew to tone assign it to them. Because i still remember when we talk about cultural. Some people will say charles not cultural sensitivity. I think it's just been speaking fast because what we remember. I talked about it. Many many cases we're bringing back together. The mexi cools super crazy of. Who do guerrero psychosis coming. Down trackers. don't buy into this for vince. Make him earn it fast. Lane big money match so got yom washing for roman reigns and daniel bryan. Especially if edges can be a special enforcer. He's having his first batch. Ten years on smackdown jay. Who's okaz does a rabid dog always find a ps roman. And i think there's gonna be a challenge. Because i don't know for sure but i believe boys. I believe that they are going to put day. O'brien a triple threat match menu. Just gonna be edge in roman. And i'm okay with it. If edge is ready to fully care that match himself. Because i think the story will be great leading to the pay per view but does edge. Still have the hoods by yet you know. He's still a little rusty. And i noticed that when he was wrestling rant on that so far away. Shout out on the correct usage of europe's right. They're very well then. I don't even know what i said. I feel like my wrestling ancestors just invaded me. So you say cookbook. That's oh. I know. I decided i don't know what i say. Sometimes i get into this guys. And it's like those for my weaves out there because i watch a lot of anime. This is ultra instinct. Charles the level. Word i quit but when we go away from wrestlemania fascinates coming on. I'll watch it for use for you guys because navigation exte- was so good last week. I told you guys about tuesday. Why hate sometimes doing the show on a tuesday. What antics on wednesday. At the remember everything. But i made sure to rates notes. Major writes notes on mental notes. Because what did i tell you guys about An exceed last week to title opportunities to tunnel shots yoshahara verses. Tony storm for the women's title. That was good and twenty or tapping out to a cross face. There was some controversy around because they were like. Oh we address for tubas because what we know. We mentioned a couple of shows go. They had the dusty rhodes classic tactics for women's and the men's whoever won got attacking title opportunity. Will we know from the prior week. Two weeks ago. Nyah jax shayna. Basil defending gets repel gonzales and koci and ended up in some weird controversy. So what did annex t do Announced last week that they were introducing their own annex women tag team championships. They awarded them to who without gonzales. Titles forty five minutes later weird asks booking h. I get the idea that you're all thing is about. Hey the women's division strong and our tag division strong compared to the main rousers tagline which is inconsistent bag on. I completely one hundred percent agree with you. But all you could have done was just have and dakota or even amber moon and shot blocker shadow -gratulations ladies. You are now the second acce- championships or woman tag team championships. Those belts are looking great. But i don't think the first thing how to do was awarded title somebody you could have just made a dusty rhodes classic about becoming the first ever women's tag team championship but now you awarded to them on a pinfall from a couple of weeks ago or submission and then they lose a forty five minutes to amber and shots might the hell seems like maim from south park. And it's gone it's gone and then the other from south park is ancient bitch regular nipples. So we're sorry. Because i just have to take it. Essentially what it is. I just want to deal with it. But part of the problem is that there's too many titles right now and i still feel that the rosser is not at full capacity because the pandemic and also the firing certain people to consider like personally. I don't want wrestlemainia for the men's tact unification bout. I want the dirty dogs of a router. Rudin dolph ziggler verses of the new day who just want it but now they might lose age. Eighty dollars for that russell already been announced. They'll get more detailed go too far. But that's the point too many titles. It doesn't mean much. Do i think the women at exceed deserve italico. Yep but the problem is the women's main rosser. Big ron snack on already have annexed icy but women's tax title so we really could have had an annex t woman win it keep it and then eventually was oman ever but the main event who boys so good we had talked about it. Fim valor coal par-three annexing championships recaps. Basically adam ruined everything. You broke up the undisputed era just to get fins. Nfc title so good. And i hate tv matches for championship. Sometimes those because commercial breaks picture which. I hate picture in picture. Some people love it. I hated because part of the quality of picture picture takes away from one aside for me the action. I don't hear the announcers foley right you'll get all of it so you lose some of that emotion. Mad crowd comes in doesn't work. I was like had me thinking. That adam cole was gonna have a little bit of because is my getting adamant kyle three icy title. They're going back and forth. Kyle comes out looking at him. Adams getting spooked fin jumps over his mood. Salt over the top or does this little santana over. The top dive does nineteen sixteen hanging. Ddt on the outside banja finishes him off and they call comes in as of sorry because what is wrestling boys soap operas sometimes. And he's like oh let me. He tries to low blow. Kyle kyle box it. Bef- the holy hell adam soup or try to suplex among the steel ramdas. We did a couple of weeks ago to kyle to knock kyle out raspberry up as adam and has been sitting there who is right behind fin carrying cross the man who never lost tato. Because he be keith lee. I believe back in august in that shoulder separate ahead vacate to tell about who wanted fim ballack for that and i i was ready man. It was show. Because i called all that stuff saying they're washing it and seeing it happen and often does finn. Who is like five ten on a good day. Buck eighty five. That's the thing about russell. Bill lie about their weight. like thin. probably only weighs like fifteen pounds more than me and then you get. karen cross. That minsters three to eighty on a good day and he just got his arms crossed adventures lakers. They took us a long boner time boys. That's what it is because that's going to be what takeover takeovers going to be that weak the same and deliver. I kinda liked any kind of thing. Because i like stanton delivered. That's almost like okay. Ever james almost how can teach kids. How can i take these kids. I feel like that's gonna be triple eight triple h look. Go big balls because you know. Let's talk about deliver making comparison. You're going to michigan as like how can his old man were real wrestling like about that about it. I'm lovin awa. Tomorrow's saint paddy's though doing their whole saint paddy's genre going on a couple of matches. Go on there. I'll watch and this is hard because and exceed thankfully cooled off last week for me so i can watch something veges. Aching san bernadinos hawksley is going to go against the good brothers. Get some revenge. There after the aid of you'd dud that they did at revolution They're gonna have Now please don't tell me my brain has oh you're going to have a cody rose versus l. pencils zero zero m. They don't go to the zero. He used the pence l. pinto. Wherever saying was that his three times. And i can't get his could barely speak english or now have to try to get austin to the name for spanish like doing this to me. That should be a good match. I think cody's also gonna be out for a little bit. 'cause brady actually pregnant so typically what you do. Normal wrestling storyline hurt. The daddy Child she's do some speculating Baker ankles girlfriend look at connected to world versus thunder rosa in a lights out. Non-sanctioned mash needs to have been feuding for while should be interesting at seattle. On be honest with you and then new japan just be update became Sukey lost kenta. Fine you guys are like. I like cancel to me some immoral but she takagi versus. Kent up please are. It is looking good. 'cause you know shingo is my choice. For waiting. the j cup of japan cup it might lead to shingo versus j. white and you know he's been j cup coming into it and that should be great match this the whole purpose of winning japan cup them april four fates Against kota bushy for his now unified. I'd gp is wg peelers gwp. I can remember. I think is i w g international wrestling grand prix unified heavyweight championship eyebrow. Naughty boys and if it's shingle. She goes on to say that right now but shingles vs code. No i can't say seeing those matches and what i've been doing for you guys send you some new japan at the the symphony in the promos and some of the intensity boy that should be a good match. People can bus our next Excited but we don't know yet. Because i i go to she kenta. We'll see what happens and that's it on this. Very andrade wants to get released videos. Wanna do it. Which means he's gonna give andreotti like fake title to appease and the non-drowsy will leave when the contract's up That's usually the process but yeah happy three sixteen day kids more important than saint paddy's aim pi day. And that's all we're gonna catch hell. Yeah oh yeah thank you. Somebody said what is going on in this. I will tell you this for even non casuals non-fans read anybody who never thought your grandmother who would probably think it's a sin to say hell no system called what is important is wrestling that has transcendence right there The the reason. I knew it was this day. Because of espn's they are twitter cows. What twitted announce so there you go mainstream alright so is it for sports was number ninety seven man. We are almost there so we have about three more episodes ago. And this season big finale. For the one hundred one andrew will probably try and wrangle somebody up in the next couple of weeks as well see what he can do. Get down there and get those can be on show right. Yeah well that's what a lot. That's that's the special special guests for for the last one. But i'm talking about the. We still got ninety eight ninety nine as well so now get get that rope. Get the get that lie. Get back of the trunk. Nice and clean andrew and you just kinda stuck commander and enforce on down over to talk show right. Do what you gotta do all. We know you have the means. I get those rubber gloves and everything. He knows how to clean up the crossing. Alright so man. Are we have to develop like shell cannon because right now andrew is andrews a violent criminal charles like gives Coal jobs and henry handy favorite gives them kisses on the lips. I'm already on my daddy. That's why yeah the true like a joke wrestling name if i was a manager solid to it. Yeah i'm like the only person i really gushing crush on jimmy butler and i'm already jerk. Jeter yeah well. No i worship derrick jeeter as lord and savior. That is a religion. Okay i am. I on the religious for derrick jeeter. So there you go you. Can i call you a fan of the man. And then you can just insert whatever mandate is maybe. Maybe jimmy butler. Well jimmy butler. Is my man crush monday every month. Listen he shot up. He sat out. You know for certain runs right twenty and eighteen Number four in the east look like a competent team. Yeah saying that. The seventy sixers are not fraudster fraud. We don't worry dohrn. I'd love to get doug's take on one hundred all right. Let's let's wrap it up guys. I would have a good night. everybody like subscribe. Whatever you have to do follow us. charles usually does this. Follow us on on the tweets jar. Dan free whole charles the true or at sports underscore goose. Yeah we got a website podcast. We got video streaming channel. We got everything. If you can't find us we will find you. Everybody chow taker not.

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Miracle Healers Pt. 1

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Miracle Healers Pt. 1

"How far would you go to be cured of a sickness. For some seeking answers means traveling the world to find someone who can help but at what cost enjoy. Miracle healers of four part series from the podcast cults and meet figures from around the globe who claimed powers and pushed remedies but harboured more sinister intentions. A hospital in tbilisi georgia march. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine lizzy. Your chauvel was prepped. On an operating table surgeons and nurses surrounded her reading their scalpels land sits but there was one. Doctor noticeably missing the anesthesiologist. It was intentional though your chauvel was unable to use anesthesia instead she planned to sedate herself with the alleged healing powers of psychotherapist on a totally kashperovsky. The popular ukrainian tv healer claimed he could block any pain during her abdominal surgery. He assured her it would feel no worse than a mosquito bite. It was a giant leap of faith for your shova but recent to believe him. Millions of soviets swore by his methods kashperovsky insisted that he could cure illnesses and pain with only two tools a television screen and his mind and so hospital orderlies rolled a tv into your show vez operating room throughout the surgery. The monitor would broadcast corp. Ski live from the ukraine via video link. Your shova still fully conscious stared at the screen while the healer declared you have no pain from your stomach to your spine but that was far from true as the doctor made the first incision. Your shova clenched teeth through the agony. She hoped cost borowski. Healing powers would kick in at any second but they never did. Hi i'm greg poulsen. I'm vanessa richardson. And this is colts. A spotify original from podcast. This is the first episode. Four part special about miracle healers over the next four weeks. We'll take a look at four different figures from around the world all who claim to have healing powers behind their alleged remedies though are falsehoods manipulations. And even deaths. You can find all episodes of cults and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify or wherever. You listen to podcasts. This week we look at ukrainian. Psychotherapist anatoly cost borowski. Who would lead hypnotic. Tv healing sessions in the late nineteen eighties and nineties and who still allegedly healing the masses on his hit youtube channel. Despite multiple controversies kashperovsky is career always manages to bounce back which is more that we can say for his patients whether or not his healing sessions actually work. Kashperovsky is an expert a giving the people what they want hope even when it might come at the expense of the medical care they need we all that more coming up. Stay with us hi listeners. Don't forget that starting july first par cost presents. This moving exclusively spotify find all your favorite specials all in one place to ensure you can still hear this exciting content. Download the spotify app for free and search podcast presents. Give it a follow and stop enging. That's it we appreciate your loyalty and support and look forward to seeing you on spotify. This episode is brought to you by progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget. These days drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars on average and customers can qualify for an average of six discounts. When they sign up a little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today. At progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed in two thousand twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. This episode is brought to you by. Do you know mordechai a new true crime. Podcast from you. Cpr you'll question. Friendship belonging lies and love in arias story. She falls for mordecai horowitz. Oh quirky an attentive millionaire and one night that changes everything new episodes drop every wednesday. Subscribe to do you know mordechai on spotify in the late nineteen eighties. Ukrainian faith healer anatoly koss. Broschi rocketed to stardom across the soviet union. He wasn't the first of his kind mystics like him are actually a significant part of russian culture dating back almost a century in fact the country's obsession with faith healers can be traced back to one of russia's most controversial figures grigori. Rasputin in nineteen. Oh eight czar. Nicholas the second and zarina. Andhra were searching imperial russia for someone anyone who could help cure their son. Aleksei was the sole heir to the throne. But for years he's been experiencing painful hemophilia. He bled profusely and is blood failed to clot. Doctors were no help. The royal family had almost given up hope until they heard about a thirty nine year old peasant and supposed mystic healer. His name was rasputin nicholas. The second and alexandra recruited the enigmatic man to their son's bedside through the night rasputin prayed with alexei and soon the bleeding stopped. The deeply religious couple called. Rasputin a man of god. They started to believe faith and prayer worked better than medicine. But was that really the case. Vanessa's going to take over. And the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg while it's impossible to prove scientifically whether miracles exist or not. The evidence isn't in prayers favor. A two thousand six study in the american heart journal examined. How prayers affected the outcome of cardiac bypass surgeries surprisingly patients. Who knew others prayed for them. Had a seven percent higher rate of complications. The study concluded that intercession had no effect on outcome or recovery so while czar nicholas son was healed after rasputin visit. It probably wasn't because of the power of prayer. It's more likely that the boy actually healed because rasputin ban doctors from treating him further. According to the irish times the physicians were probably dislodging alex. As blood clots by accident which only exacerbated his condition without their misguided treatment the child was able to fully heal after s beauty. Supposed miracle though nicholas and alexandra believed that maybe the mystic could fix more than illnesses. Perhaps rasputin could help men. They're crumbling empire soon. The mystic peasant became one of nicholas and alexandra's most trusted advisers. Unfortunately rasputin advice. Couldn't fix everything that was wrong. In russia workers were facing terrible. Working conditions high food prices and fuel shortages world war one was looming and czar nicholas was becoming more unpopular by the day working class. Russians resented the romanovs for ignoring their suffering and for trusting a mystic peasant. Instead in one thousand nine hundred seventeen. The dissent culminated in the russian revolution. Bolsheviks overthrew the monarchy and soon the soviet union was born one of the first orders of business for the socialist republic was abolishing religion in fact they tried to establish state atheism. The ussr's i leader vladimir. Lenin wanted citizens to serve only one higher power. Communism religion wasn't entirely outlawed but the government closed theological schools jailed high ranking clergy and shuttered thousands of churches citizens who wanted to practice any kind of faith had to do so underground and it continued like that for decades but by the nineteen eighties lennon was long gone and the socialist regime was struggling. Once again the soviet people were experiencing food rationing and supply shortages. Medical care was difficult to come by and of poor quality. Faith in communism was at an all time low and since the population couldn't publicly turn to religion for comfort. Russians found hope in something else. Television for decades soviet tv had been highly regulated by the government but in nineteen eighty-six mikhail gorbachev introduced a new policy glasnost or transparency and openness in addition to introducing freedom of speech. It suddenly allowed tv hosts and producers rather than the government to control on air content soon. The ussr state run channels were filled with shows about disasters crime and you have own landings but in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Some of the most popular programs featured faith healers and mystics. There were numerous practitioners at the time. Who claim to heal suffering through the screen. Eventually a favorite among them emerged a fifty year old ukrainian doctor with piercing eyes and a soothing voice his name was anatoly kashperovsky unlike other healers hit a legitimate medical degree but his background was anything but conventional born in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and a small town in ukraine cost. Proski was always an overachiever. He dreamed of becoming a lawyer but his parents didn't approve. They urged him to be a doctor. Instead disappointed. yet determined kashperovsky graduated from medical school in nineteen sixty one to please them. He then earned a phd in medical sciences and focused on psychotherapy for the next twenty or so years. He was content to work as a psychologist but then he began to crave something deeper. Cauti- borowski wanted to better understand his patients and be better equipped to help them and that desire sparked his interest in hypnosis. It's not something. Many doctors would choose as an added practice but kashperovsky believed it would increase his connection with people explaining this choice years later on his website. He wrote a psychotherapist must not only have medical knowledge but he must be well versed in people and no life using hypnosis. Kosh borowski claim to perform miracles in the hospital. His specialty became guiding patients through surgery without anesthesia. But before this cauti- brodsky's most phenomenal. Healing feet wasn't one performed on his patients. It was on himself in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. Five kashperovsky suffered from severe pancreatitis and spent a year and a ukrainian hospital with little hope for survival expecting to die soon. He traveled to sakhalin a remote russian island north of japan. According to author david ramnik kashkovsky wanted to live out his final days on the remote island wandering like john the baptist the biblical figure survived on locusts and honey but kashperovsky opted to eat one cookie day instead rather than dying. Kashperovsky made a miraculous recovery. He credited his comeback to his hunger. It's unclear if he was referring to the cookies or as new zest for life. The story seemed unlikely and bizarre but he stood by it and returned from sakhalin reinvigorated publicly. He continued working as a psychologist with hypnosis on the side and then he got his big in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The olympic weightlifting team hired cost per off ski as their team. Doctor why psychologists may seem like an odd choice for the role. Kashperovsky had a background in weightlifting and russians believed that psychology played a big role in an athlete's physical performance. The team was expected to do well but they surpassed all soviet hopes. They won six gold medals at the nineteen eighty eight summer olympics. Of course kashperovsky took much of the credit. It seemed like he had another miracle under his belt soon. Kashperovsky was one of the. Ussr's most famous physicians but his real moment was still to come. Despite russia's olympic triumph the soviet union was falling apart eastern bloc countries were on the verge of declaring independence. The communist party needed to bolster morale among their citizens. There were various solutions offered but one in particular stood out using state run tv to console the country but who could both comfort the masses and distract them from the news. There was no one better than the nation's favourite. Dr anatoly cost prophecy. The psychotherapists made his primetime. Tv debut on march thirty first nineteen eight in what he called a televised sandlots dressed in all black and sporting his distinct black caesar cut kashperovsky sat on a large stage in front of a studio audience. A piano medley. In the background he began his hypnotic tv special with a simple request for yourself. A glass of water then. He stared into the camera making bold promises in a threatening. Yet reassuring tone. He claimed that this session would cure people with high blood pressure. Chronic pain and hip injuries. He promised that even those who were healthy would feel better than before and equality skeptics. He assured them it was okay. If they didn't feel anything at all the closest he came to explaining the process was when he said in a press conference. The aim is to tap the inner resources of the body. Everything depends on biochemical changes. How those changes occurred though was never clear at the end of the show. Kashperovsky instructed viewers to drink a glass of water claiming it continued the healing until the next session but when his fellow doctors watched the program. They didn't believe the hype independent psychiatric association. President yuri savenko slammed kashperovsky program calling it propaganda. He claimed that the communist party was using kashperovsky to distract the public from its failing infrastructure the backlash however did nothing to damage. Kashperovsky is reputation. According to david rim knicks book lenin's tomb the last days of the soviet empire while doctors criticized kashperovsky. The public couldn't get enough of him in one thousand nine hundred ninety. He was named man of the year in several newspapers. Bolstered by this encouragement kashperovsky decided to get into politics. Up next kashperovsky takes his powers to a dangerous new arena. high listeners. don't forget that starting july first holocaust presents this moving exclusively to spotify. Find all your favorite specials all in one place to ensure that you can still hit this exciting content. Download the spotify app for free and search. Paul cost presents. Give it a follow and stop pinging. 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Why four out of five new auto customers recommend progressive progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customer surveyed in two thousand twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts. Various are not available in all states and situations now back to the story in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight soviet healer anatoly cost borowski hosted what he called a healing seance. On the soviet union states tv citizens were entrenched after the special aired cost. Borowski claimed he received thousands of letters from people who were allegedly cured. If this is true it may have been influenced by the fact that soviets were preprogrammed to believe whatever was on tv. According to russian journalists caccia mergellina people were convinced by kashperovsky because the communist party approved everything broadcast on state. Tv citizens took whatever was aired at face value but the ussr's own medical experts new better. One of kashperovsky is most prominent critics. Yeary savenko claimed that the sand says had caused psychotic episodes. He even called for an investigation but the government turned a blind eye. At that point. Kashperovsky had high level support from the ruling communist party and its ministry of health and with that approval soviet state. Tv green lit more cauti- karofsky ski seances. As santa's aired his audience exploded eventually cost borowski had as many as three hundred million viewers in the soviet union and eastern europe. Thousands of people claim that kashperovsky had cured them everything from hair loss to bed-wetting to paraplegia his specials became must see tv to the point where the streets are often empty when he was on the air. Despite his supposed miracles and blockbuster ratings the healer claimed that soviet tv never paid him so he took his show on the road to cash in on his fame through ticket sales and merchandise just like a rockstar. he started to book halls and football stadiums but to really take fame to the next level. He would have to pull a more dramatic stunt. He found his opportunity in march of nineteen eighty nine. When less your show reached out for help she needed have abdominal surgery but she was allergic to traditional out of your show. The wanted him to eliminate her pain during surgery by staring at her via tv screen in the operating room. It was a risky arrangement. But if it was it would make history kashperovsky major chauve a big promise after the surgery. He take her on a world tour to advertise this revolutionary method. But that promise never materialized eight months later in november of nineteen eighty-nine your shova exposed the truth to the russian newspaper literaturnaya gaza. She told the publication that she felt intense pain throughout the entire surgery. Especially during the forty centimeter incision made in her abdomen. She claimed that she smiled through the agony. Because she didn't wanna let kashperovsky down but after the procedure your chauve experienced even more pain than before and kashperovsky never even took her on the world tour as promised. Kashperovsky slammed the accusations on the show. Good evening moscow. He claimed that you're shova. Just wanted revenge for being left out of his tour as for her pain symptoms. He claimed they were pure incidences. Still the bombshell threatened to ruin kashperovsky burgeoning career and it was already tumultuous time just two years later the soviet government would collapse. In december of nineteen ninety-one russia became an independent state. The new government abolished the communist party. And as part of their sweeping reforms they also banned faith healers and mystics from tv in nineteen ninety-four the government's specifically cancelled kashperovsky show because authorities found that the suicide rate increased after his seances in a few short years the either lost his enablers and his political support. His seances had been exposed as dangerous or worse fraud and to add insult to injury. His wife even filed for divorce. Many people in kashperovsky position might have retired from the spotlight and given up but once again he decided to reinvent himself. Even though his television show was gone he still had millions of loyal followers. For russia's fledgling political parties kashperovsky legions of followers weren't only highly suggestive audience. They were millions of potential voters. In that made the he and they're a valuable ally one party especially had its ion kashperovsky the ldp or the liberal democratic party the name however was misleading the ldp was actually a xenophobic ultra-nationalist group. That wanted to eliminate democracy and restore the russian empire. While kashperovsky didn't necessarily subscribe to their politics he seemingly wanted to ally himself with their rise to power in nineteen ninety-three. The ldp asked costs prophecy to run for a deputy position in the parliament's lower house. The state duma. He agreed to do it because he said he knew what the people wanted. The press called him a modern day. Rasputin a mystic. Who whistled his way into russian public affairs because of his fame. Kashperovsky didn't even have to campaign in december of nineteen ninety-three. He won the deputy seat. Effortlessly as part of the job. Kashperovsky received a lavish moscow apartment. A computer and free healthcare but he didn't seem to care about doing any actual work during parliament's opening session. Kashperovsky was conspicuously absent. The way in new york promoting his faith healing to former soviets in the us missing is first day of work was bad press kashperovsky needed a miracle to get back in the public's good graces something similar to his year chauvel stunt. He finally got that golden opportunity. In june of nineteen ninety-five when chechen terrorists overtook a hospital in southern russia and held sixteen hundred people hostage. The stakes were high and all cameras were focused on the crisis so kashperovsky set off immediately removed the command center he offered negotiate with chechen leader via hypnosis. Authorities were skeptical. That kashperovsky could help but eventually they allowed it while. It's unclear if he actually tried to hypnotize the hostage takers. According to kashperovsky he did enter the hospital and act as a liaison for the negotiators sadly. The six day crisis ended with at least one hundred people dead. Kashkovsky blamed the russian president for the failure but many voters likely blamed him and other members of parliament. In the december nineteen ninety-five election two thirds of the state duma deputies lost their seats including kashperovsky much. Like rasputin before him. Politics were the mystics downfall along with his deputy job he lost all its perks. Including the free apartment. Healthcare and computer but cost borowski wasn't one to give up easily for a while. He refused to leave his lavish moscow apartment and even threatened to cast a spell of impotency on anyone who tried to victim. It's unclear how long he stayed. But by nineteen ninety six. There were rumors that he had not only left his apartment but moved all the way to the us for the next few years he held regular faith. Healing events in new york former soviets still flock to him for his remedies. Meanwhile after vladimir putin became president in two thousand he began encouraging. Healers public belief in the occult mystics. Once again free to practice on russian tv leading to a new age renaissance. The man behind this decision likely wasn't putin himself but his first deputy chief vladislav surkov as the architect of putin strategy surkov developed russia's dangerous post truth politics where misinformation trumped facts. Now that surkov influenced what was on. Tv he could fill the airwaves with propaganda and distractions just as the soviets had done in the nineteen eighties once again. Outrageous paranormal programs about you oppose psychics and faith healing flooded russian tv. The popularity of this kind of content was helped along by russia's two thousand and eight recession with double digit inflation plummeting stocks and declining currency. The country was starting to look a lot like it did in the nineteen eighties. When kashperovsky was at the height of his fame. it all set the stage for kashperovsky. Big comeback in two thousand nine the seventy year old psychotherapist reemerged to host a tv show about paranormal investigations. And this second wave of his career would flourish like never before thanks to a new technology. The internet coming up kashperovsky claims he can cure covid nineteen through youtube. This episode is brought to you by. Do you know mordechai a new true crime. Podcast from uc p audio. He seemed perfect smart rich creative. But then aria got a knock at her door from a surprise visitor. Who asked to you. Know mordechai horowitz. Like so many things that seem to be perfect. It was too good to be true and now this story will make you question everything. New episodes drop every wednesday. Subscribe to do you know mordechai on spotify this episode is brought to you by staples connect imagine you order some chocolates and they arrive at your door in plain old box now. Imagine a second box of chocolates arrives in a special package with an eye catching logo. Which are you going to remember if you have a small business you need to be memorable to connect with your customers. Introducing staples connect now at your local staples staples connect offers products and services like custom package design. So you can deliver your customers and experience. They won't forget explorer staples connect today at your local staples now back to the story. In two thousand nine ukrainian faith hither anatoly cost brodsky made his comeback on russian tv. It wasn't a coincidence that he came back into the spotlight. After the two thousand eight financial crisis much like the soviet glasnost-era the great recession had thrown russia into uncertainty. And like it or not cost. Perot was the nation's comforting voice. The russian academy of sciences researcher isaq kolesnikov told radio free europe people long for miracles. Science doesn't offer too many miracles now. So people feel a need for something that rocks all foundations something that has popular appeal and for russia that was cost pirozhki. The network assumed that the famous healers show would be a success but unfortunately kashperovsky was no longer the only faith healer on the air nor the most famous. The country's top rated reality tv show. The battle of the psychics turned dozens of clairvoyance into household names. each season. four million russians watched each episode of the series. According to the bbc russia's programming was too crowded with modern mystics to make room for a soviet era throwback as a result cost brodsky's show was short lived but he still has real claim to fame his mass healing live tours in russia and the us the guardian reporter mark bennett attended one of these sessions at moscow's cosmos concert hall. According to bennett's two thousand ten account the kashperovsky comeback show resemble the modern rock concert. Two thousand people filled the venue at eighty. Us dollars per ticket. Many fans also purchased merchandise like dvd's and fotos charged with supposed- remote healing qualities. These items likely lacked any special properties but a message played repeatedly on the pa to encourage the crowd to buy the items over and over. A female voice announced some people place the dvd's under their at night and others mainly though suffering from heart problems where his photo under their shirts and it worked. According to benefits report one elder walked up to the booth holding a one thousand ruble note and said give me the latest show the freshest the best next a couple with their wheelchair-bound teenage son but one of each dvd available plus some photos the bustling crowds at the merchandise booth delayed. The shows start by a half hour when the show was finally ready to begin the light. Shut off a prerecorded. Rock song blasted from the it was cost. Brodsky's own vocals. I'm no sorcerer. But i can replace some million doctors. Once the music ended kashperovsky emerged onstage wearing black with his signature. Caesar cut like no time had passed. The audience gave him a standing ovation. Kashperovsky launched into a monologue about how all the people in the crowd were computers. Ripe for programming over the beats of loud pulsing techno music. He invited people to join them up front to receive individual healing. The soundtrack was intentional. British mental list and tv host. Darren brown found that faith healing events us loud driving music to increase the audience's adrenalin which alongside strong suggestive statements may temporarily distract them from their bodily pain as a result. Attendees think they're cured in reality. It's all an illusion to kashperovsky prophecies. Fans though the spectacle seem to work members of the audience lined up for healing each person approached cost per off ski stared into his eyes and then fell to the floor at the end. Kashperovsky instructed those on the floor to stand then reminded the crowd to buy his. Dvd's his merchandise sales successful for a while. But one item started to lag the dvd's it was two thousand ten now most people internet streaming over dvd's someone like any good self promoter. Kosh karofsky evolved and joined youtube in april of two thousand. Ten kashperovski created his own channel. Which has since hosted over six hundred live and recorded seances as of this recording kashperovski is youtube account has two hundred seventy eight thousand subscribers and over forty four million views individual however tend to get only a few hundred thousand watching. That's a far cry. From his three hundred million viewers on soviet tv in the late nineteen eighty s but as we noted earlier kosh borowski has more competition now. Russian mysticism grew exponentially in the two thousands in fact according to an article and voice of america in two thousand eleven there were around eight. Hundred thousand healers psychics. Russia actually outnumbering traditional physicians. Instead of going to the doctor many russians prefer to seek out healers for advice herbs and spells but the main reason for the trend is no longer propaganda or distraction. According to voice of america medical care in russia is poor and many russians. Don't have access to it. Those who do or scared of having surgery which is seen as very risky so they use alternative medicine instead believing that even if it doesn't work they at least won't face any dire consequences after all trusting mystics is deeply embedded in russia's culture. But it's a dangerous business to russian academy of medicine. Research found that as of two thousand seventeen statistics. Ninety five percent of traditional healers lacked any medical education. This lack of reliable medical care could be a factor in the country's high death rate according to the world health organization's two thousand sixteen report. Russian men have a thirty seven percent risk of premature death while women are at sixteen percent and today the dangers of inexpert medical advice or more dire than ever thanks to covid nineteen by april eighth. Two thousand twenty. Russia had amassed eight thousand six hundred seventy two cases and sixty three deaths though it was suspected that the actual numbers were much. Higher infected patients overran moscow hospitals and the russian government was in emergency mode. Unfortunately a familiar face emerged to help his country through another time of peril. Eighty year old cost per off. Sqi on april ninth kashperovsky stream to youtube wellness session live from moscow dressed in his customary outfit and haircut. He sat in front of a beige background with no other props or furniture with his arms folded. He spoke directly to the viewer for fifty three minutes. And in that speech kashperovsky made the bold claim that he can cure covid. Nineteen which is an incurable disease as of this recording and one that has claimed over two million lives worldwide yet. Kashperovsky told viewers over the coming days. Comets will keep coming in from people who have been cured. That of course didn't happen instead. The healer offered many mystical remedies for covid. Nineteen like drinking cow. Urine or using spiritual vaccines. None of them worked through twenty twenty copa nineteen cases rapidly increased throughout russia on december twenty ninth. Nbc news reported that the country had one hundred. Eighty six thousand coronavirus deaths. During the year the third highest amount in the world meanwhile kashperovsky kept streaming live sciences on youtube in a pandemic riddled with inaccurate information. The false remedies. He was promoting. Were dangerous false. Claims like his might even discourage russians from getting vaccinations especially when they're already skeptical of doctors. Unfortunately faith healers are too ingrained in russian culture to be fully removed from rest beauty. Takashi borowski the country has a long standing tradition of relying on mystical medicine. Especially during tough times and the russian government keeps enabling it through czarist russia's fall the soviet union's collapse and now vladimir putin's regime. It may be too late to turn back now. We just need to remember that when it comes to health people need to trust science facts in the case of kashperovsky. He was a trained doctor. With years of experience. It makes sense why the public trust him at first but as we'll learn next week there have also been some successful faith healers who have no education at all and one who was barely old enough for kindergarten. Thanks again for tuning into colts. We'll be back next tuesday to examine the brazilian child healer. A lanny. Santosh you can find all episodes of cults and all other spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify. We'll see next time. Colts is a spotify original. From podcast executive producers include max and ron cobbler sound designed by anthony. Val sick with production assistance by ron shapiro. Carleen madden and bruce kovic. This episode of cults was written by mallory kara with writing assistance by kate. Gallagher and adam dasilva fact checking by claire cronin and research by. 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The Sabres, the Rookies, and the Usuals

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The Sabres, the Rookies, and the Usuals

"He's a fat stack. Goes out again. I blanking what what is going on. Everybody welcome back another week of the clapper report. I'm alongside justin as usual today. We're kinda laid on news around the league so we'll just recap that really quick following that of course as always we'll talk about the islanders definitely some changes to come hopefully we'll talk about that The conducts have some bit of news happening and some surprising play from a couple of guys as of late. Obviously at the end of it. All we're going to do our fantasy update so Justin bud want to get right into this get raw. it is the clapperboard star sar but not killer. Elliot friedman yeah. No not us won't be getting that from us but buddy husband your week You know. I did a morning skate with my team this morning off. You know draining had a midterm Wrote a couple papers. Yeah fun stuff. So i i think the bags under my eyes have increased tenfold in the past five days. Yeah what about you. Yeah you know kind of a rough week. Just kind of going through the motions. But i'm sure once Springtime hits that You know consistently good weather hits. Everything will be much better. I'm not sure. I think i mentioned that. I was getting my kobe vaccine that or at least the first one and beginning of the week but other than that just just chilling dude bouillon. Glad we're here. Recording man excited for that. Yeah it's always good. That's my week when we record. I know once. I once i'm like i'm sitting down ready for the clip report episode. Ready to record. I'm like okay. We made it. We're done for real. I feel like. I accomplished something amazing. Yeah yeah whenever whenever you joined the call mike okay. The weekend officially began. You finally let the call for today today. You're pretty good with it. I know well. I wish it would give you like noise. Go being someone's in the waiting room you know like it says absolutely nothing so once i put it down to try and write some more stuff like minimize the screen or whatever or go onto another tab or whatever you wanna call it it. Just it's hidden so i don't see until you text me on my shit forgot with my let me and me. Yeah yeah. So what is your hard core song of the week my hardcore song of the week. I actually just found yesterday or last night spy this australian band no peace and What i think. It's like like four hundred monthly lesser one hundred twenty six monthly listen harris on spotify. It's and they're they're the beginning of their little. Blurb says no bullshit hardcore spawned from the covid nineteen lockdowns. Okay the song's called. Never again pretty frago if i do say so myself. It's pretty fun still been. It's actually really funny. I was looking at their instagram. And they fuck in their having shows in australia and a now again. They're able to and it's it's nuts. Well we're right around the corner man. I think april. They're gonna start concerts up again. Kiai no i. Don't i don't know man of still scared. I was about to get raging machine tickets in august but honestly it's still too scared. Yeah i mean once. I get my second my second dose. I think i'm gonna feel pretty okay to go. I know my mom. Just got her Her shot so we're not really too. I don't wanna say not that. We're not worried. We are still worried of course but I'm just excited to go back to shows and stuff. I kind of miss that aspect of life. One hundred percent yeah. It's pretty rough. I'm eager to go. So april sounds good to me. I'm honestly. I think. I think once i get the second dose and it's what like two three weeks after or month before it's like a fully effective I want to try and sneak into our game before the end of the season I know what's targeted for the last game The islanders may eighth against the devils which was my birthday. I really want to try and get in there. I'll be cool. Also also be the last game ever be at nassau calcium. So i mean definitely be a really regular season game if they make the playoffs. I definitely want to try and make it to that. One dea be pretty fun but says my little tangent there. My hardcore song of the week is a band that we definitely mentioned before soon nami but they have a newer song. I think it came out beginning of this month. Uh-huh called step up with a split the did with gulch Dude salamis always. Saddam is always fun. man. They're always a screaming ignorant stuff man. They're they're very Yeli screaming at you. So of course i love it If you listened to snobby when we recommend the first time it's more that same stuff. So i'm sure you'll love it too. It's quite literally the same like hey show fuck up. I'm going to beat you up kind of music and this is like literally the same thing you would think you'd get bored of it but I listen to that quite a bit this week. Yes i get song. It's a good split. Pretty nuts yeah. No crazy to the goal songs are nuts. Yeah no that paints ridiculous. I i would. I don't want to say. I was never really a big fan of them but i never listened to. I don't know why. I just had it in my head. That was going to like him but listening to them on that split. They were frigging wild. Do have you seen. hey five. Six of them at this is hardcore. I think that's what it was that made me not wanna listen to to the the lead singer just like whipping people with his belt. Yeah i think. I think that's what made me not one of us but No it was. It was pretty. It was pretty chill. They're probably at my like a. They're probably out like my like my taller. Malik the edge of my tolerance like so fucking nuts fucking so Not a lot of news that we got The biggest thing well actually really the only actual news that we cut the sabres fired. What's his name ralph krueger. I think the coach share. Yeah i believe it is a hold on. Hold on hold on hold on. Yes it's ralph. Krueger's he sucks so much. I didn't even know his name but yemen. It's like is just a temporary thing. I like they kind of did it. Just for pr and I don't know it's like what are what's going to happen. I mean the season's already lost you know. Yeah they definitely did this so that way. What's left of their fans. Know that they're at least trying. I guess somewhat you know if there's any sensitive trying By a- as you mentioned this this season's a loss it's been a law since the beginning It's kind of unfortunate. Because i feel like you and i kind of had like this little hope for them that they would be somewhat decent this season. Maybe not a playoff team but definitely a lot. Better than eight wins. Ah or six wins. I apologize anyway. I realistically don't think that it was necessarily the coach's fault. But i mean nothing's going to happen after this either. I don't think there's going to be some magical spark in the locker room and they're going to be you know all in their war. Pats playoffs bought. Nothing's going to change here. And i don't know Say they gotta have a crazy crazy off the comeback from this. It's like can they can come back from it like i mean i know we briefly mentioned it definitely but it's like man i don't know it's like what the fuck is wrong with the virus like. Oh it's has to be the locker room. I i don't i don't know i wouldn't necessarily locker like there's nothing going. There is nothing going on. There's no like every every matchup that i've seen against the islanders. It's like they're always like one two behind there he's chasing there's no like i don't want to say no arrogancy is it's just. They don't know what they're doing. And maybe that's on the coach. You know maybe that's there Probably has a lot to do with it. But i think. I think realistically if i'm a gm over a. I'm selling high bro. On every not even hi i'm selling i'm selling. I'm selling him selling. We're we're going into a full full fledge rebuild seat but i think that they like they already have rasmi belene jack eichel and it's like for me it's like i think i mentioned it last week. Mayor maybe the week before. It's like those two contracts of just skinner and kyle posts are holding them down doing anything. You're not trading those maybe trade dot pozzo contract. We only have one year left of that. And it's like i think one of your after this season and it's like jeff. Skinner roads like he feels like seven years left on that deal. Skinner i think is done there. I think his time has done. But who's gonna take on contracts especially in a flat cap environment. No no you definitely bring up a good point. How many years did you say he had left. You know like seven min. I ask you to be hard to move. And i'm i think the bio. I think i was looking at the buyout on like the clause in it like the amount that's amount of cap hit and everything it's like man it's like. I don't think it's justified like i don't know yeah. I mean jeff. Skinner contract is really rough for them. But i'm talking more like yeah. Try like package like a guy like Hall with a guy like skinner. Maybe obviously that's a lot of money probably can't do that but hundred got kids. Yeah you can't do that but you have to get rid of prospects so you you. I don't know what it is like. They got to blow everything up on that team. Basically eric stall is not going to go back reinhard. He's wasting his time there skinner. You're wasting his time there. Also he's done at this point right. How many years in the league. How old is he player over. yeah i mean. He was born in eight thirty two years old. So i mean by the time his contracts on hobie thirty four thirty five so i don't really know how many more seasons he's going to have especially with his injury pass. So you gotta try and move somebody. I don't know don't know they're screwed man. I mean i sure hope. Now i mean a yeah i really do hope not because it's like i don't know i. It just sucks man. Buffalo is miserable. I mean good for good for me. I really don't care to me. One team that i'm gonna have to worry about not that they were ever worry Buffalo it's free dubs whenever we're in buffalo but it's free tops for buffalo's fans sake. I hope they change something. Yeah i mean as the thing is just like how. I don't know i don't know 'cause i don't think that they should sell any prospects. Because if they are going to rebuild its like that that's what they need. They need their prospects right. I mean yeah. They definitely do. I don't know how. I think just in so much of a whole the contracts that they have now that they're gonna have to move some of that and just go for peixe. That would be my only idea. But then again i have no clue what they would be even able to do. They just suck yeah. They're they're awful. I still can't believe jeff skinner contract. I mean that's insane. I mean. I only got his first goal of the other night. I think that's like stuff. Like that is like unexcusable for team and like their third cousins of the long term reserve pool they are. They're over the cap space this year. Isn't that awesome. yeah. I don't know it's like impossible to fix team. I feel like. I feel like they're going to be trapped in another like seven years of mediocrity. I mean right. Now there's no mediocrity even. I'm sorry just like at the bottom of the basement. There were earth's yeah they're worse off than mccracken. Yeah i mean. I think it's pretty impossible to fuck up as much as The sabers have you know. Yeah so listen. I'm sure someone paid a lot more than us will somehow figure it out but they even looking at it. They traded away the third in the fifth for next season. Yeah man i obviously third and fifth rounders nothing too crazy but like it's not even like they have dropped traff capital like in the bank like the third down because then you could use those to move back contracts. But i mean again. I don't think you're moving out. I think especially because as a no move close and you know they're gonna lose the draft to fuck in rangers again. They're going to stop them So like poor buffalo. Yeah poor poor buffalo. tim agree. It's nuts yeah you have anything else. You wanna mentioned quickly on that or no man. I just feel bad for them. Yeah well let's move on for us. A little bit of lighter news we can move on fans camp Hey now who are some of the teams this season. That surprised you so far if you have one to whatever limb know what's here so honestly it's gotta be the wild for me. Mom curl cap resolve man. He just changed the wild. You know yeah. I mean him and cack-handed like the two of those guys both rookies like changing the face of the organization. I mean it's just for me. It's just like cameras is nuts. You know. I mean he's ridiculous. It's crazy greenwich. I think he's what maybe twenty three i think. Twenty four years twenty three. You know some. Yeah he's an older rookie men. He has twenty five points in twenty eight games. that's nuts. I feel like every night. This guy put on a clinic. You know He had a hat trick the other night and not the other night was the there was a week ago. Yes week ago against. The coyotes granted against coyotes. But i mean like in three games against them. He had five points. you know. it's like we have to think that this is a fifth round pick. You know that that right there. It was actually really shocked me. He is a fifth round. Pick us crazy. I did not know that that he was but that even goes to prove on the last point about buffalo. How they lost their round pick already. It's like manuka findings. Diamonds in the rough and like cap resolve is quite literally the epitome of diamond in the rough. You know it's like man. I love washing play. Honestly i gotta same. He makes the wild and interesting team. Oh no he certainly does so. It's all good stuff and he's out on the ice and it's fun to watch. He's like yemen. he's dynamic and he. He quite literally changed the team. You changed my whole perception of them but then it goes you know what if what if he were to get injured. God forbid you know. It's like does this team falter. You know i well looking at looking at their lineup here. A day really. Don't have that much of debt. I mean i don't know who is like in their taxi squad or whatever but as far as forward and on paper i mean. There's there's not a lot going on and even greenway seeing his name a lot He's down on their third london. The bottom six there. I've seen him pop up a lot especially with fantasies. so he's putting so good points to them to Yeah i mean this is this team's great dude. Yeah that's the thing though like you said it's it's like at. What point does that run out. You know Yeah i mean it. It's really just a i. Don't know man and kevin fiala. I'm really surprised has been playing up the potential that everyone thought that he would you know. Everyone thought that he was going to be like because last season he had a over twenty goals he had about fifty points in sixty games. Like everyone was like damn this easier to break out and it's like he you know he kinda slow down a little bit. Yeah definitely and especially on a contract year for him. Like kinda sucks that. He felt the way he did but Yeah no i. I know about conviviality and the expectations. At least i know about from before the beginning of the season and yeah. You're you're a complete. He was to be like scrape player. And now he's being overshadowed by a guy like caprice off and stuff like that but you know let's say he's able to turn it on. I mean that might be another level there for them you know they might be able to pick it up just a little bit less. I remember when the cox verse the the wilds in a play in round. Right as all everyone's talking about like come if y'alls the best way we know it was like i couldn't hear enough about like i mean i always was hearing about it and it was like i'm pretty sure he got shot down like during the conduct series which was pretty wild like. He didn't really did he. I don't remember. Because i don't really remember him being to watch the i don't know now announced trying it now having trouble remembering this damn i don't remember but Away hold on hold on now. He is point per game. Just kidding but like i don't know i don't know. I thought that he would carry that over. You know what i mean. Yeah i mean you have had to thought that he carried over at least a little bit. But you know it is what it is with wild. That's that's probably. Eighteen has surprised me the most despite it being one or two players. Yeah over on my side Basically just standing wise and how. Well they've been playing especially in their division down there. I have the florida panthers listed. You know what. I can agree with that definitely. Yeah i mean again. This is like another team. That realistically wasn't expected to do you know all too. Well i'd say. I mean i know i didn't really have them too high up on my you know before. The season picks overall just great play and hold on. I'm trying to bring up their lineups now. One second here i mean. Currently they're sitting second in the central Right above carolina rape pillow literally two points with the same amount of games played us tampa bashes ridiculous in my opinion. I don't think they should be anywhere near that I think that there should have been a couple other teams basically like the stars and stuff like that. That should have been taking this but Is what is it. That's pretty crazy. sorry. I don't know why can't find their lineup. Here see for me. It's like. I think that this team is like performing the way that we i mean. Not that we you know. It's like that thought that the buffalo sabres would yeah. I mean you know it's like i feel like that. This is a team that every year. Someone's like oh you know the panthers this year this year to make a splash and it's like. Oh they were never able to do it. And now this year here. They are doing it largely in part due to she weirdo and barkov right. I mean i mean i- barkov with my fantasy team do just out of his mind. Yeah and and to look at it too like they. They have like one two three four. There's five contracts on their starting lines dot org entry level contracts and. They're playing at the way they are and come think of it. They have around three point. Five million cap space so this like trade deadline they can get somebody worth you know to come in and help out and help make that final push the central whether or not they need that probably not with the way it stands now but I think if. I'm a florida panther team Fan not that there are probably many of them. But i would have. I would have to feel pretty. I feel pretty good about my team and where we are right now. Yeah i definitely. And i think the sp mentioned that you know like the goaltending tandem hasn't been bad at all. I mean broschi. He hasn't been the best. But i mean he's been playing better than he was What's called like last season right. I mean last season. If i remember correctly he wasn't really playing while at all right. I mean he had a three twenty three goals against a nine hundred save percentage. He's got a slight increase this year. And then there's also chris strider drescher dry jer. Who's been playing fairly well to you know for somebody who's only had twenty seven games played in their career. You know he's had to forty goes against an a nine twenty. Eight percent jets nuts This team is looking pretty pretty fine. Honestly you know. I mean anything that i've seen with them. They've been entertaining to watch. So yeah i mean hey at the beginning of every team is good goaltending so they definitely have it It'll be interesting to see how long they're able to prolong it though. Want to look at their schedule. They have a good couple match-ups coming up. You know they have tampa they have nashville and have the blackhawks so they have a good couple of games up ahead. We'll have to take a look this week. See how do but hopefully they can stay. Hot does actually mentioned a a mentioned not again. But you know. I think i'm going to mention the blackhawks As being surprising team. I didn't think that they'd be in contention for the playoffs. Honestly i mean granted. Most of it is due in part to patrick kane spring kit and also on the goaltender. Their goaltender fucking. What's his name. lincoln lincoln in. He's been playing really well especially for a rookie Nine fourteen save percentage with two eighty seven goals against ma. I bet everybody technical difficulty. And by that i mean i'm an idiot anyway So called via also carried on back of kevin. Lincoln are the blackhawks man. I mean he is what to eighty seven goals against in a nine fourteen. Save percentage man. That's fucking nuts especially for a rookie. Lake he's playing out of his mind. I mean granted. Not the last few games you know but you know who's counting But yeah i mean. This team surprised me. I genuinely thought they would be absolutely terrible. And they're not absolutely terrible. They actually contention for a team. That's supposed to be rebuilding. I mean if they're getting help from their rookies. You know what i mean. Well yeah that's that's all it's really happening. They're getting they're getting a lot of help from their rookies has really nice. And that anthony do claire signing you know you have him on your fourth line so i mean that's just crazy that's just crazy to me and they're just playing very very well. I'm looking right now at What's called they have. They have three rookies in. The top are thirteen score. Rookie scorers pious suitor Philip kirsch of and brennan hegel they'll have ten points this season. I mean that's like for team that's supposed to be rebuilding right now. It's pretty nuts. Yeah that's that's great. It's insane what they got going there. Yeah so that's i'll just throw that other team as Rebuilding or not as rebuilding. Sorry as the most probably like an idiot. I just totally fucking blanked there. But hey whatever fun. I 'cause at break. I got like so confused as to where we were like. Hey we're good. Now i'm back. I'm better at least one of us. Is that before loop i started. I kept talking about the panthers anyway. I figured yeah you said anthony do clara. Because that's what. I still had up on the page like when i clicked it and i'm like we were we off them anyway. I'm bro it's all good. Totally blanking out there But lasting. I'll say and because i miss that it's the same for the panthers same for the blackhawks same for Same for the minnesota wild as well. The rookies is it's the rookie. All are playing great on all teams which is great to see you know the youth has coming in and they're really helping carrying these teams. Well i mean. That's what i was gonna say. I mean you each day more and more you know. We're seeing more of a youth movement in the league and it's just so crazy. Compared to like years ago. I was listening to a podcast. Sean mathias. who's for panthers and maple leafs and he's like ban like the young players have so much more say in this league than they did when i was a young guy and Such an interesting thought like how much the game has gravitated towards younger players. You know and The gives me a lot less. Hope to join the lineup. I think we're now a couple years further out say at least but No everything you mentioned. It's it's it's insane definitely so do we want to talk about. Our teams are favorite. Nhl teams and our fantasy teams. Which my fantasy team is. Not my favorite dude. I'm ready to roll. Do you wanna go first. Yeah sure So man the connects the connects that connects the connects. So i was thinking about this the other day. And i wanna call them. The cracked connects right. There cracked right now right. They won like five of the past six or five past seven or something like that. Like i think they're leading montreal right now To one believe that will check that those that yet leading to one right now So they're cracked but they're cracked in another way because his team is so fucking flawed. This team should not be performing as well as they are. They shouldn't have won the past five of their last six games. They shouldn't have them go. Is carrying this team and pedersen's out of the lineup filter. Not getting a lot of offense and it's like getting out chanced like every fucking game do like the senators have more than forty shots on the net. How do you let the senators that. This is a flawed team. As much as they're like at march results aren't showing it like they're fucking fall team they're cracked. There's so many cracks in this lineup. You know yeah. I mean forty shots on net. That is ridiculous. I mean we see from denko stats. I mean like. He met a playing out of his mind. You know he is. I think it's like a nine v before this game tonight like nine fifty one save percentage this month like dude like how. How is this guy doing this. You know with a team. That's a shitty in front of him. you know. i mean that's a team. That's that shitty in front of him. You know it's like and what makes me mad. Like people are clinging onto playoff. Hope saying oh well if you know if calgary edmonton winnipeg jets lose a bunch of games and it's like. I don't know if i've mentioned this before. But when you're hinging your playoff success midway through the season on other teams ahead of you losing midway through the season. Yes i you know. You're not good enough to win our to get into the playoffs because when you get into the playoffs what's it gonna be. Then you're going to be against really fucking good teams and then you're gonna get them out and first round exit. Why do you want that. Yeah i mean what's the point. I mean just going to set yourself up for failure and disappointment and then on top of that you're gonna lose out on a higher draft pick. I mean that's the thing it's like. Is it worth it like. I don't think so especially if it's not going to be fans in the arena so there's not gonna be any revenue lake. It's like i don't. I don't understand like take a step back this year. It's fine fucking sell at the deadline. And i was talking about this last week. Man i was gonna say they should trade tanner pearson but say they should have already traded him because now he's injured. You're kind of screwed that contract now i will. I mean it's gonna end this season. But i mean it is what it is but i don't know man. I dunno flip jordan. Ben affleck travis hammock. Man fucking do something like poking The thing is getting poked with a stick by stick figure. That's what feels like the man. He's fucking do something. Then what are you doing you playing at over here like a grip and then you have these fans who are just like. Oh yeah they're gonna plus other fucking not if they do they're gonna get shit on you know. I know i really realistically couldn't see the reason as to why you would want to make it man. I mean like i get it. I would love for them to be in the playoffs and go decently far but like that's not going to happen. I don't know. I don't know man no i don't i don't i. Don't buy the hype with the economic story. Now i buy. I buy the go. Hi yeah i dempo. I'm pissed about nine. Drop them. But i mean looking at the schedule of four vancouver which i just take. Give me just a moment here. Looks like you know they have a break. They have a bye week. I think. I think it's next week coming up. Of course. i think it's the week that i have spring break of course from school so i can't i can't even just stay up and watch the games. No i just sit there and suffer with taki hockey. Yeah yeah you're going to have no hockey that we while that's insane. Yeah so it looks like but before the break. You're going to have another one. Montreal winnipeg winnipeg has been playing really good so a real test And then you know you're gonna have another. Master begins calgary Right after that break. So you know there's gonna be a couple of tests up ahead whether or not the team is really there. I don't i couldn't say they're not there though that's the thing. They're literally getting carried by going. Pretty sure democrats gonna have a broken back by. The end of the season dislike marks from has yet. And you know it's like this team relies on goal tending to carry them. And it's just it's man. It's so infuriating to watch. This team gives up thirty five shots and it's like i don't know if it's system that they play. I don't know if that's a coaching thing. I don't know. I don't know what it is but this has always done that though. I can't even say it's a coaching thing. Because even since travis green is or even before transcripts they've been giving up so many shots. I don't know i don't know what it is. I don't know. I don't know man i don't know and it's not it doesn't make any sense to me. This team is not anyway. I agree with you man. I feel bad. I mean well it's like i don't know if it's anything off you know it's like again. I just feel like this team is just constantly getting beaten down. And it's like they go in cyclical pattern of just like. Oh we're going to win five and we're gonna lose seven and we're going to get the fan base all riled up and it's like man for what are you doing. You're not doing anything good. You're gonna make a special. what are you doing. I don't you know it's like man. Benning needs to be fired. They need to bring a competent. Gm but of course they're going to be selected the season for that so i mean i hope i hope. I don't even know they might not even do that. Yeah i mean. They said that they're not going to do anything. So who knows this. yeah at least. They said during the season that they're not craziness anyway. I'm done. I'm done talking about the. I'm not done with them. Not yet at least now. Give me another two years of this. Well i guess. Talk about the quick I'll try to keep it as quick as possible. Obviously we knew last week. That was gonna be out for the season. But now it's official of lou. Lamoriello had a press conference the other day and he essentially confirm that but he also confirmed that he is going to be looking To make a move of some sort. So who knows what that's really gonna mean if he is going to make another move I hope so man. I hope that they're able you know whether or not they get like a crazy crazy top six guy Who knows who knows what's available at the good prices. But i mean they have nine million dollars to work with so if you could get a couple of guys maybe You know. I have no clue. All i know is that there's a lot of holes that need to be filled Hopefully hopefully lou can make something happen for not too bad of a price But bells came back into the lineup. He's doing great Oliver wallstrom i mean dude. He's been going off the islanders as of late Thicky has like fifteen points or something like that for us and another goal late last night against the flyers The islanders recent games It's exactly what i thought was going to happen. Especially once we lost Anders lee You could just see the teams like deflated. Asha the game. It's it's a totally different team without him and also their first thing real test. Finally you know the first matchup against the capitals Nothing going there i would even mention. actually i kind of skipped it Their last up with the devils That was anything to special You know they they force it to a shootout was able to pull out the two points But it wasn't too fascinating But going back to the capitals. That was another game where it was like. You know you could just there. Were certain times on the ice where you could tell. It felt like they were lost. There was no energy. It was weird and flyer again. The fire game that second period. How to be like the worst hairy at this island team has played all season. Nothing going nothing going The got kind of lucky there in a third. I was able to get back and tie the game but then just to lose it. Late there in the third again Like usual islander fashion losing in the third period. Late usual dude happen so it happens more often than not like i swear to god i have a for like i can feel when it's going to happen now and sure enough. It happened again But tomorrow night they have another match against philli The second of three the last one being on monday So hopefully you know they can take two points out of this. You know three or four would be great out of this matchup. 'cause realistically if they would've taken all points from philly here they almost probably could have solidified their playoff spot realistically. Yeah do you think so. It would have been. It would have been very hard for philly to come back if they win these games. Because if you look at the way that The standing is right. Now hold on. Let me just go back to standing is right now under sitting with forty two points. Philadelphia's one in fifth place it's of close and they have thirty three points. i mean obviously i. Have you know three games in hand on them. So that is a couple points there but It would have been good. It would have been. That would have been great. It would have been an amazing position taking all points there. Obviously that's going to be doable. Especially after the win streak that they just went on Especially considering carter hearts to go. Yes i mean. He played better there Oh one other thing that. I do wanna mention The islanders signing antonelli goalie chauve don't offer said that right Pro not he's a winger from russia. They signed him for this year on a two way. Deal to start like this season. Twenty two thousand twenty twenty one Don't think he's gonna be in our starting lineup he's probably gonna go to the h. l. But from what. I was reading up on. There's a lot of stuff that needs to happen. I like he's going to have to He's i gonna get a visa to come. Which could take a week to two weeks depending Dan you gotta get him here and then he asked quarantine for what is it a week or two weeks so by the time. He's finally ready to go. It's going to be towards the end of the season so it would make no sense for them to even attempt it and they want to get him used to the us ice. I that will be a player to watch. Hopefully you know good russian player. He comes in and He might have some bottom six impact in a season or two so. That's nice to watch but nothing really exciting for this year Yeah man I don't really know what else is able to kind of like a waiting period. I feel like. I feel like we're waiting to see what islander team we're gonna get. Obviously the first two matchups really weren't that good and if that's a you know assigned to tell for the next couple of games. It's it's not going to be good for the islanders now. Going to be good at all. I mean bars. elle's taking a ridiculous amount of penalties. I'm actually benched him. Into third period. I think against the capital seat in play like the final six minutes goes of his penalty and even last night he got a. He got a penalty so he literally leads the team penalty minutes which is nuts. That's something that you wouldn't expect. You can't have your top player and it's a long shot to thirty six minutes in penalties and scott. Mayfield twenty four. Oh in scott me fuel dude. He had a light late minute like icing at the end of the game. That's why they lost that game Rate there late in the third period and you icing if for no reason even though he has plenty of outlets to get you know get the puck out like it just. It's just m- mental mistakes and at just just holes in the lineup. Like scott mayfield. All due respect shouldn't be in the lineup. Like i don't i've been saying that for how long scott me feel that he's just. There's just so many things that need to be replaced. I think and I'm hoping with the nine million that they have. You know they can get a couple of rentals. Maybe get another demand get another. You know depth player. I know we have plenty of that but hopefully you can put a guy like bellows up their top six maybe even wallstrom who put him up in top six you know and helped solidify your bottom six because you're getting all scoring from them. I saw somebody saying that they should try to get What's his name. S yan mark from chicago. Scott tangles on the right now I think that could have been interesting. But i don't know if. I mean you know. He's not a bad player. He's not doing too bad but Especially nassir. I don't know i don't know he would probably be good middle six forward for the islanders. But because you know taylor is unrealistic for yeah i mean i would say i would say it's unrealistic and also at this rate at how he has been producing and i really don't think i would want him unfortunately Give a he brings the lottery look. I don't need that right now. You don't want to win the lottery draft lottery now now now now. But i don't know man i guess we'll just have to wait and see an esa sad annoying part of it all. Yeah but That's it for me. So let's go. Before we get to our fantasy update i i just found a quote rasmussen. Crystalline in the sabres. Just said about kruger's firing. And he said and i quote. I've seen so many head coaches in gm changes. I feel like it's more about players but you can't fire players and i think that speaks so many volumes and to the that's consistently in the sabers locker like from the best players you know it's like it's nuts like michael up to make comments the does recent and to make does darlene. Man seems fucked. Yeah it's a. It's a bad locker room it's a bad. They just need to rebuild man they need to. They need to reshape that entire team. You know stocks but ceiling where they're going to recoup their losses at this point because they're not really gonna go anywhere with the but valid point man sad to see socks. So let's talk about our lovely Fantasy league yemen Do you wanna go first or you want me to go real quick. What did i do this week. Dropped so i dropped brett pet. She of my team and i picked up Philip phil baroni and mantilla's at home. And i picked up to players by dropping one player because i finally dropped carter heart home. Finally yes lesson. i mean you know. I'm scared he's gonna heating up his two wins this week or the last seven days but He got me one of the ones but You know i. I just i can do anymore. He was holding me down especially with coming back. Then i'll have three goaltenders. I also picked up. jake adenjer from these Stars hopefully he can continue to provide me points Yeah i am. I'm literally neck and neck of my opponent this week to twenty five for me and to twenty two for him. He is in seven th well. We were in a five-way tie for seventh place right. Now it's our standing up here for real So i'm hoping that i can can beat him this week. Get a little bit ahead. I just want to go in the playoffs. Man and i know my team can't handle it. But i know but if you make you know unless you say you know you get one guy who really shows up for you. I mean it could really make a difference. Yeah no exactly. I mean next week needs to drop joe thornton. Also i don't know if you're gonna mention it but i i used all four my ads this week and Some some guy drop zachariah kenner league. And i'm so fucking that because i can't claim him. I know ran out of ads and that ends on sunday. He gets off of waivers so i'm hoping he picked him up. Somebody did though Otherwise catch me. Staying up till midnight on sunday sacked. Pick them up. And i'm not even kidding totally. We'll do that Yeah i mean. I basically the same story broke me. Just a bunch of like you know. I don't wanna say lower guys but dropping people and trying to make as many moves and watching the transactions as much as possible. Just trying to get myself any type of edge. Because i was behind from the start against My matchup this week. I dropped Adrian kempe which he was just a pickup Last week you know he had a couple good games I got like a twenty six point game at twenty one point game from him So that was great but then rate after that it was steep decline like literally four points and he. Yeah so. I dropped him For alex lorne He realistically he's weird. He had one really bad game But he got me nine points and other. So i guess i'm okay with that It's better than what can pay would've done I swapped dylan larkin for kusov. Both of them are fairly underwhelming players. This season i'm doing larkin. Technically put a little bit better. But i feel like cousy was out a little bit Especially in the beginning of the season And also cassettes of you know you're playing on You know the capital. So i'm hopeful that they have a little bit more goalscoring than detroit does hoping to see something from him. Sadly i had to drop raquel. I wanted to keep him on. Of course at night that i do drop them. He drops thirteen points. But as per per satis quo as process co of. What i do is rumors of him. Being traded nothing happened You know it's still can still happen. I'll be quick to try and pick them up if he still But you know he's a great player. I i definitely didn't want to go. But you know he was underperforming. Like ridiculous and i went swapped. Paul winnipeg man. I think we mentioned it a little bit earlier. They've been scoring a lot just hoping to get some points out of him I picked up. T meyer today. I think actually yeah picked him up today or no late yesterday. So that way i can just get a couple more games. He plays on. He plays tonight and then he plays on the twentieth so was hoping to get to start side of him. And that's basically all my transactions but Still projected to lose to my best friend wheel this Hoping that my team somehow pulls it out but It's been a slow week. I feel like our league is so weird. I've tried to like initiate trade. Talks trying to offer trays. And just nothing's happening. Yeah so like duck. I'm like stuck with the team. I have you know Anybody worth trying to talk to try to make trades. They have such a deep team that it's ridiculous like if you look at our league bro. Like the guy in first place Dr dust which. I beat him last week surprisingly enough. I don't know how. But dude like leon draisaitl bra Brad marshon polite ehlers holmquest. Like what torey krug sharply like. His team is beyond stack. I wouldn't even know what he would need. Like the only thing i would say we need is another goaltender. Just gotta go. let's fucking go. Sorry freeman could stuff. But i was just refreshing. Ever i need. I need to beat this fucking guy or that just helped me out someone. You'll carry me this week. Not really caring but you know who look got his assist cures that saw. Let's go ask you go. so obviously. that's paying dividends for me now. Glad i made that. But that's exactly why. I went for him over. A guy like dylan larkin still sitting there on my lineup from the draft. I literally want to drop them. 'cause you know he's on the top line he's on their power play but detroit just doing absolutely nothing. I mean. I don't know. That's why i was scared to pick up phil roenick. But like he's he's heating up. And i was like i can't pick them up you know and trust me. I get it even though now. He's definitely his law with kevin shattenkirk. When i picked up last week he hasn't really done Like to too much. I you know. He's not playing bad but definitely could use a little bit more from him obstinate portraying to low be on i r but dude we are just three weeks away from minors matchup. How many thinking three weeks away. She's you better prepare. You better be ready. I'll drop joe thornton by them. Hopefully men he's in the last fourteen days he's given me seven innoc- he points but i don't want drop because like man it's like what if he fucking heats up. I don't think he's going to. But i know i think i need to get to drop him. I mean just last season only had thirty one points but he's playing with matthews amarna right now. I mean it started off as a pickup. Is he actually still playing on that line. so i i'm ninety five percent. Sure let me take a look. Yeah i mean on all these lineup. They still have there. I wonder what his time played is. Though somebody in the comments in this thing what's it called says. Get old man winter off that first line so that was an hour ago. Masumi saw the first salon. Yeah i don't know who. I'm going to pick up next week but people so many people are picking up jamie drysdale. 'cause he had one good game. I know it was his first game to which was sick. But i don't know. I don't think i've been buying into the hype on on another rookie yet again on. Thank you can ask me. Yeah i'm from Kirby doc soon yi isn't he he was like practicing or something the other day but then nothing came from that man. I don't know. I mean since the people picking up kucher too. I mean who thinks i think willing ups did fucking yeah willing. Ups or what if he listens to our podcast. Imagine have you pretty sick. Yo what's up willing. Ups house ellie. Friedman man all right anything else you might want to add about our fantasy league. No besides i suck. Yeah me too. So we'll catch you guys up again next week But i think that's gonna be it for us here today Just in. Why don't you tell them where they can find us on instagram You can find me celebrating. Another ovechkin goal second goal Check of couse stuff kindnesses on that one to a cavero. He got another assist. No he didn't now it's all over. He got a second goal so let's go We you can find us that. The clapper for on instagram at t hd cla p. p. e. r. r. e. p. o. r. T. guys go follow us. There will be posting this week. check out there. Check us out on facebook as well. We are there and we are also on twitter at clapper report. Do us a favor guy. 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From Civilians to Astronauts: How the Inspiration4 Crew Trained to Go to Space

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09:00 min | 2 months ago

From Civilians to Astronauts: How the Inspiration4 Crew Trained to Go to Space

"Brought to you by american express business. American express offers a line of cards dow. Take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a card built for business. From civilians to astronauts how the inspiration for crew trained to go to space by jeffrey kluger time studios is producing the netflix documentary. Series countdown. inspiration for mission to space. starting september. sixth. If you want to go to space inspiration for commander jared isaac. Men believes and helps to climb a mountain. I in order to bond as a group over a shared physical struggle any mountain will do really but for the crew of inspiration for the first all civilian civilian team bound for orbital space sets to fly aboard a space x crew dragon spacecraft. Next month it was mount rainier. The fourteen thousand one hundred foot volcanic peak in western washington. State i wanted them to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Says isaac men aged thirty nine because not everything about space will be comfortable if that's what he wanted. That's what he got. There was the cloud bank that followed the crew. The entire way up there track to their target spot at the ten thousand foot elevation point on the flank of the mountain. There was the cutting cold and the blowing snow and the frozen ham and cheese sandwiches that greeted them when they opened their packs and there was the constant plotting of the course of their tonight three day. Stay as well. My legs were on fire. Says chris dombroski age forty one. An aerospace engineer at lockheed martin in everett washington in everyday life and the payload specialist for inspiration for i just had to keep breathing and the six decades that human beings have been flying space. Climbing a mountain has never been on. the astronaut. Training must do checklist but in the six decades human beings have been flying in space. There's never been a mission. Exactly like inspiration for the brainchild of isaac the billionaire. Ceo of online payment company shift for payments. The mission is equal parts an act of charity an effort to raise awareness and funds for saint jude. Children's research hospital in memphis tennessee and an act of audacity and attempts to democratize space. The prove that leaving the planet is an experience that ought to be and can be available to more than just professional astronauts. Isaac men purchased all four seats aboard the crew dragon for an undisclosed sum and chose his three crewmates. Who besides some broschi also include syon proctor. H fifty lawn. At professor of geosciences at south mountain community college in phoenix arizona and haley arsenault age thirty eight childhood cancer survivor and a physician's assistant at saint jude from the start. The group's training differed radically from that of any crew before them and not just because they are so eclectic aband- of all civilian astronauts. There is also the compressed timeframe. Nasa typically takes two years or more to train a crew for a particular mission not to mention the preceding years astronaut spending basic training before they qualify for a given mission in the first place the inspiration for crew by contrast got word of their selection in february began training in early april and are set to fly in september. I'm learning how to be a systems. Engineer and four months says proctor. And i'm not an engineer to make that schedule work. The crew got thrown into the deep end early beginning their work making centrifuge runs at the national aerospace training and research center in south hampton pennsylvania. The space x trainers salt as much. Veira similitude as they could. During those sessions piping the sounds of lift-off re entry and splashdown and to the centrifuge chamber and spinning the apparatus up to four to six gs the crew will actually feel at each of those points and the flight profile. They even included the thud and rocking that they'll experience after they hit the ocean following reentry. The centrifuge can accommodate just one person at a time and that helped shape the course of their training. They kept each one of us who had completed the run separated from the ones who had not gone through it yet. Says isaac mun that way. We couldn't tell them what to expect. Other parts of the cruise training regimen include sixty hour week long sessions at space x headquarters in hawthorne california where they alternate their time between simulator. Training and classroom work a july morning session began with nothing more glamorous than learning how to open and close the dragons forward hatch while taking care to protect the rubber seals which. Ring the hatch and keep an airtight from damage by dust or grit which could lead to a deadly pressure league when opened the hatch must be draped with the equivalent of sort of fitted bedsheet decidedly low tech albeit with a decidedly high purpose. Nothing all that fancy about it. Some broschi said as he nevertheless rehearsed and re rehearsed draping the protective fabric. Just so for the rest of the morning the crew familiarised themselves with the cupola a domed window that was designed specifically for the inspiration for mission and is being retrofitted to the nose of the spacecraft to maximize the viewing and photography opportunities. The astronauts will have during their three days in orbit here to the session seemed deceptively simple at first learning to do nothing more than look out a window except that this is a three layer airtight window that separates the crew from the vacuum of external space. And that is capable at least. In the event of an anomaly of structural failure that required the crew to practice sealing the hatch that separates the cockpit from the cupola viewing station within thirty seconds. Such an accident is highly. Unlikely spacex tested the cupola at twice the air pressure it will experience in space and at extreme temperatures mimicking the extreme heat of the daylight sign of earth and the extreme cold soak of the dark side still the crew practiced in case. It failed all the same more of that day's training included detailed classroom instruction on splashdown and recovery including how to deal with such unlikely emergencies as the spacecraft spring a leak and beginning to sink or toxic thruster exhaust filling the cockpit. All of that was before a one pm. Lunchbreak training is my full time. Job now says arsenault. The crew members spend sixty hour weeks training away from spacex to immersing themselves in thick briefing books and learning their particular assignments aboard the spacecraft. As commander isaac men will be responsible for all communications with ground controllers and overseeing the overall operation of spacecraft proctor as pilot will execute the commands isaac mun issues and will assume the commanders responsibilities if he is busy with an emergency or unforeseen development sim broschi as payload specialist. We'll see to conducting experiments as well as to stoic and placement of essential equipment. No small matter since the spacecraft must be kept exquisitely balanced especially for reentry meaning that if say water is consumed from a supply cabinet on one side of the space craft. the remaining. wait in the space. Craft must be reshifted to restore equilibrium. Arsenault will serve as chief medical officer tending to the physical needs of the crew and running some of the experiments. They will carry a loft a single recent homework. Assignment isaac men sent the crew ran more than six pages and over two thousand words and on top of everything else says proctor. There's also the fitness regimen working out regularly to be ready for the physical demands of space. The crew members admit. They're not quite there yet. Plenty of ten hour days and sixty hour weeks. Lie ahead before they'll leave the planet but they have about a month and a half before they're launched to keep training and like they nearly six hundred humans who have preceded them into space. They're learning that. Even before they depart the earth they already carry some of the shimmer of star travelers. We visited space camp recently and everyone kept referring to us as the astronauts says arsenault. I thought how the heck did this happen. A few months ago i was just haley. The physician's assistant come september. That humbler past for the entire crew will be changed for good and all meet walter wellman. The owner woman's autoparts. Everything was fine until his calibration system took a turn for the worse critical failure failure failure. He needed a new one a sample so he used his american express business card which lets earn extra membership rewards points on his business purchases so the wheels keep on turning field for business by american express. Don't do business without while. This story is fictional. the value of amex business cards is real terms of lying third more at american express dot com slash business cards.

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Mela & Bubba the Ghost

Walking the Shadowlands

1:11:59 hr | Last week

Mela & Bubba the Ghost

"Ten curtain now. My haida my hello everyone. Welcome to the podcast. May be yoga. As we take a look into the browns of the unexplained of the paranormal of things that go bump in the night and hunter drains. Your hosts dan. Thanks so much joining me today tonight. What time it is we ever. You're living in this beautiful. Would sit back relax. Late may be your guide as we can to the shetlands together and see what awaits us. cura. Hi everyone thank you so much. Which is interesting to the zip aside today. When i lived in the states actually to north carolina. I was busy. Doing voice of week and the obstinate isn't an extra in a few movies. I remember. I went to georgia to edition for a specific role. Whilst those the i went on a goes tour of the city that i was done i remember listening to this chap who is taking the tour and i was thoroughly in through with the way he told the history and the stories of the supposedly haunted times areas of town. I remember thinking how wonderful it would be to be able to do a job like that and estimate the if he personally had experienced anything paranormal in nature. During any of his tooth it turns out he had and she the couple with me. That encounter really impressed me. And when i started this podcast decided that it would be really cool to interview people. Who do this kind of weak so in season six i spoke with dinio rogue of his experiences in the episode pirates anchors. I mind enlisted side gain. I have the opportunity to talk with the wonderful southern woman who followed his and he local museum as a tour guide but that is only part of what she does end who she is as we cover many different subjects in this conversation but the question is always ready to look into this part of the shadowlands with me and see what we discover the knit speaking refund. Mela broschi is a grain hedge witch and found of the gray mouse tradition. She studied in practice spritual witchcraft over twenty years and is in a deigned. Pagan minister end leader and local community. She's citified in hypnotherapy and graduated in two thousand. Eighteen with climate is an integrative healing arts practitioner. after graduation. She founded the three rays of light which she offers a ceiling. Us and spiritual guidance mela created the unlined school greenwald. Mr academy in twenty twenty one and is the spiritual director of our and grow fellowship. She's the author of the spout and richard journal and the manifest with the moon journal available on amazon. As well as a fancy author on kindle fella under the name miller mcclure who she podcast belbow can candle is available on all major podcasting platforms. Malas lived in the southern united states for nearly fifty years and now resides on a family farm and rural south carolina we. She enjoys chickens goats and gardening. She's a deep love for celebrating rites of passage honoring nature and his cycles and folk magic practices. She's hosted a monthly interface. Full moon ceremony in the area since early. Two thousand nineteen. She's a member of the sisterhood of avalon. The universal brotherhood movement the energy medicine professional association and the national association of trans personal therapist. At least mala when she interviewed me on here. I'm podcast. you're guy. I really enjoyed talking with his. So it's really lovely to here with us. Today would be you know that. This episode is shorter than most have been lightly. Smell is currently recovering from covered. And so i didn't wish to keep it too long my guest nella veracity Mela maybe you could tell us a little bit about you bet ground and what got you into areas of paranormal in the unexplained. Yes you are. So i have. I come from a background of my family coming from the mountains of georgia in the united states appalachian folk people mountain people and that came with a lot of supernatural stories. And just things like that ever since. I was a child. My grandmother and my mother both told me all these stories and don't root doctors and and granny witches and slew foot and all these critters and terrified me as a child. But i was also having experiences as a child than i did not understand. My mother was as well and so that kind of came through. It went away a little bit when i got involved in even evangelical fundamentalist church when i was young which really ended up being very much like an abusive colt and at that point a lot of the paranormal experiences. I was having with my psychic gifts and all that sort of thing. I was told that i was being influenced by demons and demons and satanic things were creating these things with within me which actually carried the twenties and my husband's church telling him to be divorced from me because event and things like that. Yeah that was by that. I had left. Vat comes spiritual path and found my own found. What i felt was way more off the dick for me and a more path and i am a witch. I'm very much out out there in my community as being which i live in the bible belt what they call the bible belt the south is not all that well with everybody. Now definitely not. I remain violated north carolina for a while and i really felt like a lion daniels. Absolutely i'm in the middle of south carolina so right in the middle bible belt i was just on the border of north and south carolina as thorough. And it was pretty like allan my straight which was a couple of miles long but they were like sex Really just assumed that you will because the the prevailing but actually Yeah nets very interest enact. Maybe miller on. We could talk a little bit about some physically. The some of the things you mentioned earlier about the greenwich thing. You made a couple of things that i haven't who'd dot something i didn't route doctor and slights slow too slow to slow. It's single. Sent doctors were something that i i heard from my grandmother and basically it was just another term. I guess where she grew up of the people who were doing the folk magic up in the mountains so in some areas they'd be called grainy witches but they would put roots on people. And so if you if you ever look up about routes it also comes back to the goal aguigi people of south carolina which were the the people who came over as slaves. They were forced to come here as slaves in. Its those ancestors that brought a lot of magic as well and so we have this very interesting culture here in south carolina up the gully people and they have route doctors as well but in the mountains they were also called route doctors and they'd put a route or a curse on you and my grandmother would very often say growing up that she was told that they were going to go. Get the root dot going. There was gonna put a roof on her are they. It would be used as a way of of control by the parents. If you don't behave on the go. Get dr right sir sir. Route doctor. Basically as somebody who practices more daca Form of which craft a lot of people would will see that way on just because there's so much talk about different types of magic but i see it a little bit different but yet in my grandmother's time it would be seen as almost like a voodoo type of things so the route to kind of be like the doodoo doctor but they wouldn't call it that in georgia north carolina south caroli- doctor right. So he was figured to be need. Wow yeah concede. I could say period season it to discipline the children. Yeah pretty scaring foot. Was ashley used to discipline. In a way as well and i don't even know where slough foot came from. Although in my older days i did a little research. And i think it might come from i. My own family was scots irish. They came to appalachia from scots irish heritage. So maybe they brought that over but slew was a critter that my grandmother told me lived under my bed at night. When i was put in bed. I was told that if i got out of bed after it was bedtime. That's lose that. We get me and the slough foot part of it is that he dragged one of his feet and sell. They would make those kind of how an i was absolutely terrified of slough fi. In fact i wouldn't even get out of bed. When i had to go to the bathroom when i was a kid and i will not hang my foot over a over the bed. I took my feet into the cover. And i didn't realize it to my mother and i were talking that that was probably trauma. Put on me by micro this year the second pissing spoken to his appalachian roots seattle muzzle. Wonderful lady could which mama she's a granny wedge and what she lives in kentucky kentucky i think kentucky in of of the appalachians and she was signing the sign saying that they used. I hadn't heard of ones but similar to skid children until videos this kind of you. It must be cultural coach. Schroth thing to see on shoot the mountains changes places to be is so much safet could harm you that i guess in a way. Soweto keeping you safe but traumatizing effect on long flight. And i'm sure it happened to. My grandmother is well because she was so superstitious. Extremely superstitions might must. Family was so superstitious. That when i named my oldest child was going to name him. Jonas and i got a call from my. I guess you could call him my hillbilly family in georgia because that's a loving term that people use for themselves but they said you cannot me. Your child jonas. It's too close to joan. enjoy is a bad luck name. Change my child's name. Before he was born. I had to not do that. Because brought so much just pain and strive to my family. They were so terrified even today. That will things like this. Very grind in run jerry jeep during the a almost. Like all of this reliever when it's something that's been passed out from generation to generation is very hard to back up. Yeah and it was just easier for the edge age to change then too. I just felt like i would be dishonoring them. I would her. I didn't want to hurt them. It wasn't. I wasn't so strongly attached that i wanted to hurt them. Bright right. oh that's that's actually barth really sweet and really set at the same time. What are some of the alpha superstitions that you grigny head that peps you who maybe not superstitions traditional belief. There was some there was a story that she would always tell about a house that she lived in. This was something that she told my mother growing up. Even me when. I was little that when it rained. You could hear babies crying and there was a house that she lived that she swore that every time it rained though were babies that had been thrown into the well before she ever moved there on the babies would start crying when it rained so she always had stories like like this She was afraid of black cat. She was in all the normal thing she she was very superstitious about a ladders and just doing certain things on certain days. I wish i had arrest. Because when you're growing up with all of this you just come here. It put out no. We don't do that right. don't do that. She's no longer with us. And so i can't even though now i'm really interested in this sort of stuff at the time when i was in my twenties like my grandmother's just that's her irish All her sue gas in coming out that she came with our with our family but she used to tell some pretty interesting stories in one of them that they were in this house that they lived in which when my grandmother was very young and there was a part of the house that was built up and when they rented the home and this would have been in the thirties or forties and they were so do not get into the scrim. Don't pull down this room. And at some point they decided that they were gonna it in there and when they got in there and this is the same house. That happened crying babies. That was a skeleton of of a boy hanging from the middle of this room where they had been living. Now you know. I don't know if that was just mountain story in or if it really happened but she told that story a lot so i don't know but that's the type of things that she would tell a unifying kind of in the country a bit now on a family firm it's ten acres total. Okay three of. It is my family's in than i have. Two sisters that live on the property in my parents live on the property. Wow what a neat season You know that something. I would really love for my family. You know to have my children around me but have our independence at the same that we would we ought to. Yeah you would tell me about you. Grannies experience she heard a lot of stories she would tell us the same stories over and over and just her superstitions came from. I think a lot of pass down knowledge passed down stories. She was interesting lady. I miss oh. I'm sure she sounds like she was a remarkable woman and she grew up in times winner was hard as well definite. So you make all you did without absolutely yeah and they were extremely poor. I mean their family was so poor that even my mother who is not even seventy at went to school barefooted. I mean you. You probably aren't familiar with the poor a community of appalachian. That's what people here are the most and so when we say ever hears about league which because my grandmother definitely add that language as well but my mother would school barefooted and they had outhouses growing up and she's not even seventy she's barely sixty five and she safai made you the and she grew up without houses and going to school barefooted. Right right do recall actually as a child. My my grandparents lived in a government railway house. My grandfather used to ralway lay hidden. Outhouse club is connected to town surge but it was nonetheless. Yeah but not not quite alone. Drop lot yoon referring to. Yeah yeah you. They all slept. She had three three brothers and they all slept in the same bed and they had the little small house. Says and my granddaddy was a moon shiner. And whatever you had read about. That is what my family was. That's the truth but you know his nothing. Ex slate will under the summer. It is nothing wrong with baby fought. I'm i'm a new zealander katie. And i really wish us really. We assurance are and let's just culture especially in some even going to the supermarket mugabe famed. It's not something is not because we approve what we kind of foods cheeses just simply the culture so but i understand the difference between not been after a food. Shays children the when you died. Have the choice Recoilless coolers a child going to school in the wind tonight town pumps north as a kid. And it's very cold if heavy heavy frosts s- not if a snide but it was really cold and i would take my shoes off when i got out of the house because i we hand-me-downs that never fitted me probably more comfortable for me to go be ford. It was two issues who since. I hate shoes myself. And and nowadays is of course scientific evidence to the speaks of the benefit of grounded. Because i know. When i lived in the states for the time that was in the my ingles naval without covering only fate eve neva ever saw of even inside that have shoes and socks on the need had contact with us and you and the sort of vaujany important for health and wellbeing to ground us sales and have contact is so in some risks growing up not wearing chooses actually not a big exit from the in the winter. Of course you guys have snakes which we don't have saw additional dying that we advise the new zealand. How do you feel you growing up has impacted you today i. My story has so many twists and turns. And when i look back at everything from how i grew up even from being in that cold and all the things. My mother went through my grandmother. I've i've carried a lot of the magic with me. And i i even though i can't prove it. I know that i had relatives who were probably granting witches. I mean how. How can i just can't imagine with everything that my grandmother told me. I think that she just was so afraid of the church may be that you just. You just heard it in the little stories in the little snippets but she didn't come right out and say things because when i look back with all the psychic things and happenings and the stories i mean in my mother i can see that there was something going on and so it's as really made me extremely compassionate. It's also made an advocate for people who not only a growing up poor but are growing up with all the different abuses that i also grew up with and so now i'll be fifty this year. That's a lot of years of both good and bad and lessons and struggles that i can now put into my life I can tell my own children. I can tell my grandchildren when they come. And i can help the people around the right right and this i i'm actually of the same opinion said las experience that make us who we are in the things that we've been through his eyes of us who who spurt Given to help of the painting. I can not i can. I can slightly relate to what you're saying in in on the what can lawn Much to my family onto we're says but You know i come from a long of wiccans passed on the female lawn except my martha Us but i know she's still forward because she would My youngest siblings And i in the have three breath. I come from very large family even by the standards large family so my sister-in-law with the oldest I was the seek- and end the office for any baby. Say they don't even my older sister doesn't remember. This mom would go out to who confident meetings once a month. And should we. As as clark shouldn't be touching our worst wanted to clark but she never if passed and any information to us and our understand why new zealand enjoys dies. Back in the sixties was not very forward thinking very religious. You know anything that was tentative was satanic who I am one respect. Understand that she had no option but to keep the coined for her arm partake shower riley. And that's built in. I think some people have have called it. The witch wound as been hearing about that linley of just that ancestors who have had to hide for their own wellbeing and we all carry that side of us. And i've even met people who say to me. Why are you doing so many things out in the open. Why are you having these. Full moon ceremonies every month in the open for the community. You need to do things in secret. It's not safe and that's that which one coming out in there's a there's a very viable reason why people are afraid because the terrible things can happen in places and even it's not just terrible things you can still be hated. You can still get a lot of abuse. And i've gotten that even even going until bookstore here in my town and asking for the section for the paranormal or witchcraft. Or anything like that. I have gotten nasty looks. I have been told well it should be in the fiction section and just things like that in just a Jewelry that that identifies me in some ways pagan People will make comments. It is. it's an interesting. It's an interesting way to kind of be on that. I don't know. I don't know to what you would call it kind of the veil in between when everything was hidden so much and when everything in meeting you know you have witch- talk and everything else that's just opening up this world of witches. Now yeah but you still have the people who are afraid of it. So it's almost like you're right there in the middle trying to figure out where you should be. What's safe right. And of course these these a big distinction between those that follow. What can puff and which is what can is as much a religion is christine hannity of which is on the other hand it's the practice of the craft is not following any seat rules or guidelines. Walked feels right and ensure jesus great yes that's correct that's always been my understanding and it's something that you miceli inherently boom. If i believe. I think so most people who come to this and you could call it paganism not not all pagans or witches though but the whole pagan style of being earth-based people say oh it just feels like i've come home it feels like i've known this my whole life and then the witchcraft on top of that is just when you're doing the craft when you're doing the magic is doing the rituals styles so you could have any believe i have christian. Which is that come to my things. I have met jewish witches. I've met atheist witches. And you don't have to have any one belief system in order to want to change the world with you will magic absolutely and i always i think i should again. I always say pay it. See tnt that security to any form of managing. It's your intent. Is the ritual that you perform just focuses your teens like when i tell people in my in the shetlands facebook group. If you clean your house anybody can clean the house energy to create That you can use social movie. You can use Although i generic mean that people use select coach rosemary salsa mussa Clapping your hands banging to give anything. That focuses urine. Tnt ritual is just a tool. It focuses your entailed and really. It shouldn't taint. That makes the difference. I absolutely agree with that. I teach people turn into his key. Is it's key with anything you do. Because i don't think that you need to have all these expensive tools and fancy herbs from around the world. I teach people all the time you go into your kitchen cabinet you pull out. What feels right to you but what you're doing in the end it's all about your intention and you actually don't even need anything to create magic in your life. Now you just need to get in fights in fi fi. I did magic last saturday. When i was sitting in the er and as many people know the er is overrun right now. And so i had an eight hour. Wait just to be seen and they told me up front. It's probably going to be five hours. So i already knew that it was going to be a long way and i just sat there and i thought i needed to speed this up. I need to speed time up. And i just used my arm and i just it was like i was doing a clock and i stay with my intention that time. Speed up time with speed up. And that's what i just kept saying as i did that and it felt like no time at all. Was there before i was in there. Honestly did i. I probably did it about three times through. That eight hours and i was totally fine. It wasn't at all like i had actually sat there for eight hours. It was actually rather incredible. And i didn't have anything special. I didn't even have any special words. I did was said my intention. Speed up time time. Speed up bride and that alone with with gurus at the who took about what. What is it that they say. The token about the lure of abundance. Enduring universal things to your. It's all about teen tnt really the k. Yet i think it goes on the other way as well because if you are drawing things to you and if you're creating magic with your intent thinking about how many times we curse ourselves with our own words our thoughts now that's something. I hadn't thought you quite right. Yeah if words are power because if you're saying your intent is the power behind that's the fuel the when you are telling yourself how stupid you are or that you'll never amount anything on when your parents say that to you or friends. You're actually stating curses. Were i think most of the curses have on us. We have put on our selves and people were been put on intentionally. Do you know that something. I actually hadn't even considered but the very felted point how often do we to negatively twelve sales end. It's been trained into us for the mars spouse. Not we've been told I can't speak for anybody else. But we always if we a proud of any achievements be made as kids who total skied. But being proud and honoring shaved his not skyrocketing it's just looking for recognition acknowledgement of. You shave this. yes i think. A lot of pierce subdued to the children in advertently hips and sorry. I start the cycle of or feel good about what i had shaved nari absolutely Then not only. Can you not feel good about it. But then you have the people who go so far as phyllis shamed because they have accomplished something and so therefore they had to pull it down they pull themselves down the or they pull other people down because you cannot even show anything and so it becomes even this worst kind of thing and so we're living in this society. At least where. I live the society of every mani pulling everyone down and everyone trying to be walked upon things that we cannot stand tall. We can't speak out. We can't even people if they even make themselves up and make themselves beautiful and take a picture selfie. You've got the people saying nasty things about that. If you look like crap you've got people saying hey they don't even care about themselves the you absolutely yet hand not win. And so you have to find that power within yourself and you have to recognize. I think the power of intention in your life good bat in neutral and that's how things are going to change as when you recognize the power of words with your own children and with your own self at the lately. I agree one hundred percent while powerful. You know honestly hadn't even considered that aspect of it just never occurred to me Makes me really think really have to go to chase away until two myself sometime genetic it becomes And you do it without even thinking nevada. Oh wow so moving on. You grew up with this background. In which craft hand an spirituality lead you into very interesting areas in your life here it does. It has allowed me to be called in for many situations in people's homes and lands and with people to deal with negative entities negative energies issues. Things like mad. So i've had some pretty interesting run ins being called in because i'm basically the local which deals with this up right. Are you able to share any of them. Without giving people seduce way out. I can share some of those so One of the one of the ones that really sticks with me is because i had to go out there twice there. Was this really dark energy at this person's house and they had they had had paranormal investigators out there they had had. I believe shaman. Different people out there but they could not get rid of it and it was really becoming troublesome for the owner of the house it was very small house and i had a lady that i've been mentoring and so myself and this lady went out there and we brought a friend she brought my my friend brought someone with her who was not very Not as skilled as we were not as trained as soon as we walked in the friend had scratches down her arms and was so sick that she had to step outside so we continued to cleanse the home going. Through at one point we had the the Burning stage in our hand in it was knocked out of our hands backwards toward us in one area of the home. The smoke began moving in the opposite direction. And we were there for several hours and this was just a small four room house and it took us that much time to get through there but there was something in the attic that we could not reach and the attic door was on nailed. Shut so we could not get up in it and there was a chimney bright and we could. We could feel with our because we both have gifts. In that way feeling energy we could feel that something was still in up in the attic but the light changed there was. There was actually several paintings in the home that ended up being burnt because they had negative energy on them and by the time i left that home i had scratches down my arms. I protect myself very well. I had scratches like fingers. Had gone down the backs of my arms. That took about a week to heal. Yeah but when. I left that home about a year later. They were still having problems so we went back this time. I took my dad with me. I took a ladder. And my dad completely opened up that attic and i climbed up into it and it was so unsettling when i heard up there and it was like a memory and i could pinpoint the direction of where it was coming in the attic. And when i go into a place like this. I ask for all the energy of all the support that are half a jolt and daddy's and spirit guides all of that and so i was asking for their support in this murmuring was coming from the corner and it was almost like a murmuring. That would drive someone crazy. So i just called in the power of my guides and angels and i came down because it was so unsettling down the steps. Someone else went up was putting some schedules and things up there before we knew it an entity just an energy had come by the door. It was a screen door opened on. Its own and then sland as this as we felt this this rush of energy go bias and after that moment the house was was completely cleared and the girl that had been living there. She'd been really struggling even to the point of having really dark thoughts and not doing well in her life and she is doing so well. Now this is a year ago which was our second time there and she is doing so well and i think that what ever that was probably had been there really long time but i will never forget being up in that attic in here. That noise because it was so unsteadily. Whatever was up there right and did you. Did it make you feel inside it. It made me feel extremely unsafe. I had two people holding the ladder just to get down. Because i was afraid that it was going to knock me off the ladder or something like that so yeah it was very. It felt marianne it was. It was just an amazing feeling though. When when i knew that it had left. Yeah yeah you can feel the difference right away. Yeah it's like it. It's like a it's hard to explain to but it's like is like the sun coming out from behind the cloud. Absolutely in the light changed this house as well in a lot of windows because it was an old blockhouse in the windows recovered but the light got lighter delight in that room got and you could breathe easier in that house and that was just one of many that i've been to. That's really interesting. Have you ever had times when you've been really fearful for yourself. I don't get as fearful anymore but I have i've had times in my life. Why been extremely fearful one of the time. It was when i was in. When i first went to college and i would have Sleep paralysis and i woke up and i was. I could not move and there was something sitting on my chest and that was one of the most everything that happened several times. But that time when i woke up in my dorm room could not move and had this weight in it looked like a dark demonic shape sitting on my chest was terrifying. That was before. I'm really to control of what i was doing. My life i was very young was partly nineteen years old and i had been right. I had been program so much. That all these things i was experiencing was demonic. So when i saw a demon as the answer no i'm not walking delivered right. That was really terrifying. I don't get scared anymore. Probably i would say. I probably should but i don't anymore because i feel come. I have more power over. What's going on. I'm extremely careful but it's not a fear type of a thing. I know what i'm ryan against. An i know what could happen but Petrides in fear. I protect myself. I'm protect my car. I have certain things that i do to make sure. I don't carry things home with me because i have a what would you. I don't know what you would call it. Just a natural respect for the power right absolutely. I understand that so oleo. Experiences obviously kicked you interested in the paranormal end so He became a tour guide at one stage. Yes there is a local museum. And i started being a volunteer there and as soon as i started being volunteer there started hearing about a ghost. That was there is very interesting. Because i grew up in this town. I hadn't really heard about the ghost even as a child not till i was there but he's called bubba and he's very famous and As i as. I begin to be a docent and then we got into doing ghost tours. I was the ghost your guide. I begin to have more experiences with bubbas especially during the ghost tours but even outside of the ghost tours but the one time that i do remember there were several times experiences but i saw him once and being tocine. I'm in costume ab- standing up on the fourth four. Nobody's in the building at the time. Nobody's on the floor at the time and i looked over. And there he was in overalls and a black and white checked shirt and he walked across from me. And since i've been doing ghost tours. I thought someone was playing trick on me so i start trying to find out who who it is and i run through the museum area in there is nobody there so i come back to my station. I'm still dressed in costume. So i'm standing there. And i'm standing outside of an old country store and i'm thinking what did i just see that. It looks like everything that i've ever heard from other people about bubba has to be bubba. I looked inside the store in our second. Gus was inside the store. We call her the lady in black and she was dressed in black victorian morning outfit standing behind the counter looking at a parliamentary oil. And i said my shift is over. And i left because it just was so crazy that i saw both of 'em because usually people have experiences with maybe a cold hand or weitz crying out or things like that. Very few people have actually seen them. Interesting are obviously enough. People had seen enough. People have had experiences in some way so the very first the very first experience that i ever heard of with the lady in black was a woman who came and actually saw a mannequin is what she thought. Sitting on this It's a hearse horse strong her. That's outside of that. A little country store and they touched in fell everywhere and so she went to someone who was a employee of the museum and said you are manneken up there on. The hearst is filthy. Y'all gonna do something about that. It is disgusting. And the man said there is no mannequin on the hearse and then i was also told by another lady. This happened before. I started working there. But she had come to do a program on silver and so she was up there before the museum opened sending out her silver and she had been told by the security guard that nobody was in the building. She could go up there on her own and so she was sitting up or silver. A man in overalls stepped into the room in came over and began talking to her picked up her silver was asking her questions about it and she was very nervous because she was thinking. Hey nobody's supposed to be here. I have to put my stanchions up to keep people from touching things. This name is touching everything so the main put everything down. He was very nice to her. He left she runs downstairs to the security station and said there's somebody else in the museum and he said no there's not she's a check your cameras so they proceed to look at the camera and they see the door open they see her talking to someone they see her silver lift up but there is no Yeah pretty that's probably the most amazing story of. I think that it was caught on camera. Wow that was amazing. I couldn't believe that that was sent to me by someone who is very well thought of in the community. She is not someone that would just make something like that up. Yeah wow i wonder if they still have the house and asked for that but i think it's one of those things where it gets deleted at the end of the day because it's not i have ever been able to find it but she says that she she stood there and watched it and that is what happened. I yes that women. She must've paint right above was never heard anybody. But i guess he is interested in silver. Sorry what's history with baba. Deny anything. About what i what i've been told. Is that before it was a museum that was an old cotton mill and twain. The time that it was a a museum in a cotton mill. There was a lot of work being gone. Gone on to convert it and he had died. Elevator shaft so he had thought later box was underhanded actually was above a minute cut his head off so some people see him web with ahead with some people have reported seeing him out ahead. And that's what started as an as far as the lady in black. We have a whole victorian morning area. So i think that since there's not as many stories about her. That goes back that far. I feel like she must have come in with pieces of Maybe victorian hair or something like dry. Thanks exactly what. I was gonna say more a piece of me which is a career where she is seen lot so that whole area there so she could be attached to indium bright. Pay maybe you could explain to my listeners. Who may not be aware of how. It's possible that spur can sometimes attached to objects. Absolutely i have dealt with a lot of different objects that have that energy attached to it. And that's what it comes down to in my belief system. At least everything is energy. I think even scientifically they've proven that everything to some degree is some sort of energy and so goes to prove that when your body is your energy goes somewhere so if you have something like here jewelry or even paintings are other things like that even homes even the walls of your house if you've lived in a house for thirty years and that's kind of where the residual haunting i think come from is that energy has opened up that door it a million times. Its it stands to reason that that energy is going to keep doing that but I think that energy gets absorbed into items and so therefore you can have this manifestation coming from an object right so is fishy something that they loved. Scott rice no like like tori morning jewelry. That had the here of the deceased prison. That's got the attached lily. Which is why some coaches very important war. Ej with your hair cut scenes. You're now you're hearing your now banks because they can can be used and blackwell kings against you. Say some coaches very careful about. I was speaking with a couple of the other day who see that. They often berry and they. Now yes that it would be in a lot of different magic systems of what you can do with that. Because even even the magic that i do if i want to really boost the power of something that say making a spell jar. That's for protection for myself. You're going to just boost the power of that exponentially by putting your own nail clippings or hair into that or other parts of your body. People use blood all the time to blood magic. I mean that is supposed to be very powerful. So a lot of places yeah. You don't want somebody the wrong person to get their hands on that because they're gonna have a lot of control of real right right because it just flies to. The energy end is nor distance time distance within. Ajay doesn't matter on the other side of the wooed. They can still affect your in asia. Yeah i think that's totally true. And i think that even if they don't have your hair our clippings. I still see that as true because i've had people alumina world. Sydney even ranki healing. And they're affecting me because time and space is not something that we understand so it really doesn't matter how far away or what time it is yet. Definitely you get that power when you have some. Sometimes people say with their name your true name to is. Someone uses your name in magic. And that's why a lot of times you'll find even witches and other magic practitioners who will use other names when they're right leg or things like that. They have a special name that nobody but their closest coven members would know because that in itself has power as well right it will at all boost into energy group doesn't space energy and extract is something that must stop people told me all about was energy and ambient and senate loor of this planet. I remember when you were on my podcast and you were talking about that. I thought that was so interesting that it was when you were a child ryan. They taught you about energy and intent. And something yeah is such an important such an important concept that more people are learning about now and the star. People already have taught you that. I thought that was so interesting and amazing. Yeah on my life and with the current situation as it stands at this point in time. I've known for some time that this was coming. I didn't know the exact mechanism that was going to be years that i knew what was coming. Have you noticed Recently actually it's probably been about threes. Now how finn valley has become between to me. I've absolutely noticed that because the majority of the things that i've been called to do with entities and all that sort of thing has been within the last three or four years. The majority of i'd say have been with for the last two and a half. I would say yes i have noticed even i i'm an impasse and i have noticed even shifting emotions in the world last summer and i can. I can pinpoint i knew when the shift here in america mostly happened where everything went from. Just the fear. Fear in panic in a turned to rage. Know if you felt better you know what i'm talking about but there was a time to to rage. I'm definitely just seen a lot of things happening in my own. Life around my own property of the vale. Thinning and sawan is one of my favorite times of year song. I'm always about limited space. I love the leno times of year and the limited places. I'd world but i still like. It's linnel time everywhere i feel like we're living in a limited time right now. Can you please explain my listeners. Who may not. I will eliminate time is so limited. Space or limited times are transition places so a limited time of year would be a transition season. Like you've got on going from summer to winter you've got spring which is winter to summer so those are times that are very little but also the place where the ocean meets the beach. That's limited space. Even something like a stairwell or corridor and a hotel. Those are limited spaces as well. So it's kind of inbetween space as it moves to something else. Wow that's very interesting. I actually didn't know that myself. So you were educating me as well but yeah in our state to my in the shadowlands great member so many times over the past two and a half three years the head. The foul is stunning saizen. It's buckling and tearing places. I'm not saying that. My group members Seen a lot more through the mentioning a lot. More how We'll have got new members joining. Who sign i'm having this issue in my heart Much older say this much harder. Seen that and solely because of this stunning tearing crying. And it's pot and paso the over. All things that are happening was this planet wind curve had fists started and start. The fear really started with a paper. I'll put out a little podcast. D decide just twenty minutes song the in game which is my ivory view and knowing of what's happening in the it is just a tool that spin year east to up the fear as very real is for real. i'm not doubting that carpet is at the You know 'cause you're getting on for yourself but it's definitely being used to create year and pay Agree in the whole world has been run on power since early times and politics or religion can grab a hold of that can control. They're going to do. It doesn't mean that it doesn't exist. It does mean that you're gonna have people that are going to use it for their own benefit at -solutely now mela. I'd wanna keep you much because they're not year recovering from causing. And i really appreciate your time tonight before we tell us about your podcast you. I have a podcast. It's a witchy. Podcast like to call it. A which wellness podcast. Because i have a lot of different people coming on it. I'm all about wellness than i'm also about magic and i'm about ritual and just all those types of things of living my everyday spiritual life. I'm not the type of person that on a full moon. That's went on witch. I'm which all day every day and so that comes into my podcast and it's called bell book and candle and it's on all the major podcast stations and platforms. And i have wonderful guest. You've been on. There was a wonderful episode with you. Lots of people talking about within from their own slow magic and being a witch to most of my guest not even being which is but they're coming on talking about their stories and their journey and manifestation in their own magic. So i think it's a it was something i started during the pandemic and it's just been a wonderful thing i think so You on social media platforms. How can people get a hold of here. I am on. Facebook under. Belva can candle and i also have a website called three rays of light dot org and that's a number three and you can message me right through or you can message me or find me on facebook. That's that's mostly the social media that i most active when dry but So you're not honest graham. We'll talk core. I active on their. I look i totally get. That is what is thanks. I find the hottest day. This podcast is essential media. I wanted to tell you about an experience that i just had three weeks ago. And do you have a minute for me to tell you this. Yes plays yeah. It was one of the most amazing experiences in my whole life. And my son's fiance's her father got very hill and he got ill within a week he was intimate in and everything else in so they had to pull him off all the machines and everything been hospice volunteer. I've i've been in the house when people have died. I've never stood right next to somebody when they died. But i'm held space for her and was in there when this happened. I prayed that the angels would come. And and i saw angels coming down the hallway of the hospital and as it happened or room filled with angels in other spirits. I don't know who they were but the whole hospital room filled with these spirits. They congregated as he died the congregated over his body and i saw him. It was like his soul came up out of his body and the angels gathered it and then healing energy spread throughout the room and then an way away and then i saw him standing behind when when the daughter came in i saw his spirit behind her with his hand on her shoulder i saw her hair. Means from wearing was touching her and i didn't say anything to anybody because of course you don't just out of the blue tell people die but then i was out. What did i because they know that. I'm a sensitive. May i was asked if i notice anything so when i when i actually told them before i even got to wear he was standing. She knew she said i felt him. There i knew he was there. But i didn't feel i want to ask and it to say anything. It was so incredible. But the whole i don't know i'm not afraid of death and i teach classes on not being afraid dying but it was such an incredible experience to watch the healing. Take place at the moment of death of when the soul came up and the healing energy just happened. His early incredible. Wow that what a beautiful experience whatness. That must have been incredibly comforting. Actually i just. I didn't have any fear at all in an even though. I don't have a lot of of course everyone's going to fear the moment of death but going forward i i. It's like i've seen the moment of death in. I've seen the healing and the beauty of it even though you're fearing the unknown there's nothing to fear. I don't dunno. It gave me a lawyer. I i absolutely agree with you. I mean the news for christ to forty years in our saying thousands of people die. that's not exageration. Thousands of people die. And i i've set with people who had no Sales because you just. They needed somebody helping them. You know not helping them. Just just hounding spicy a- and of never say what you're saying i failed but i've never seen what you've seen in with his years and are saying this but to me i agree with you is not to be feed. It'll war excuse. Me is how hard right. And that's a very human thing of course would like to die pain to slay. The itself does not fear for me whatsoever. It's mealy moving from one room enough. Just to transition transition. Were a beautiful. What did these angels look like they. I've seen angels before. I've seen angels on the on the roofs of cars as i was driving every car around me have this white Was like a like our an homage kind of in the shape of just a really large creature. Kind of flowing. And that's what i saw coming down. The hospital room is just this this bright white light but you can kind of make out the shape and then when they dry when they were in the room i could tell between the angels and spirits in an. I've been told that spirits calm when someone's our ancestors and things like that so that's what i'm assuming the out was but it was. It was just like a very a very loving light in the shape of a very large humanoid. Not like how people to see angels preparatory with wings. And i couldn't make out anything like that yet in all kinds of cultures in the not all angels absolutely at and off always been of the opinion. More angels extraterrestrials because they don't belong and this reality in this dimensions are by definition. I e extra through drowning but is a is not as perception definitely but what wonderful experience for you mala vets. Just that must have just been incredibly common incredibly support and you'd have to pass to the grieving families. Well what him i mean. I've had i've had a lot to do with craving families The years By dice as a news in in my weakest tough in soy's to me a huge listen into responsibility to be out to help these people To pass me just like that on. The loved ones are k. And you know. I still around them and they still love them that they never stops with the passing of body but on. I'm really aware of your time in Really we've at. You are recovering from song. I don't want to take any more of your energy. Otherwise you talking for another. Like let shrink literally. I would i would. I'm not gonna do that. She on on really grateful for the time that you've given us today and thank you so much has just been Talking to you thank you so much for having me. It's it's been a joy. I want to fake mela. Bean kind and talking to me but she's still recovering from his covered infection. I'm extremely grateful to her for her. Time and energy and being a part of this episode and by the time his these she hopefully is feeling speeder and is fully recovered. Nixed step aside will be a yearly halloween show. I really enjoyed doing those besides because it's a one time that i allow myself to ed sad and fun. Bits to the show. This year will be a little different instead of two. I'm only doing one for the podcast and two special one for my patients. Only so if you enjoy this podcast and if considered becoming a sponsor news a great time to join just to paint john dot com food slash nc fifteen and sign up now as the pitch and you get early access to the podcast episodes and a special memphis only page on the podcast. That his bit set end up on the digital cutting board and leaks just like the full raw unedited video conversations with guests. Zeisaid dot recused anonymously of course. 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NPR News: 09-15-2021 11AM ET

NPR News Now

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NPR News: 09-15-2021 11AM ET

"Live from npr news. Korva coleman drugmaker. Pfizer is asking the food and drug administration for permission to give people older than sixteen. A third dose of its code nineteen vaccine. Npr's joe palca has more pfizer has been saying for months that a booster dose may be necessary. The company argument is based in part on experience in israel where boosters are now available data from their show that the longer it's been since people's initial vaccination the more likely they are to get a breakthrough infection and that a booster dose raises. The effectiveness of the vaccine. The company says laboratory studies. Show a booster dose after six months raises antibody levels to a higher point even than achieved after the initial vaccination and independent committee of experts is scheduled to meet friday to consider the evidence and advise the fda whether to approve the booster request. Joe palca. npr news the effort to recall california. Governor gavin newsom has failed. Voters said no to removing the first term democratic governor from member station k. q. e. d. katie or reports newsome's closest challenger conceded defeat less than an hour after polls closed. The race was called in favor of new some at that moment. More than sixty six percent of voters have rejected recalling the governor from office newsome had made his approach to fighting cove in nineteen a key part of his campaign and in a victory speech shortly after the race was called newsom said voters said no to the recall and yes to science yes to vaccines and yes to ending the pandemic the leading challenger to newsome was conservative talk show host larry elder who was criticized for his controversial views on women race in america and declaring there was voter fraud in the election. Despite no evidence of that for npr news i'm katie or in sacramento. In another tuesday election. Boston voters have narrowed down. There may oral candidates to to boston. City councillors michelle wu and anita sib. George will face off this full. Both are women of color. The winner will succeed acting mayor. Kim genie an african american who stepped into the job when former boston mayor. Marty walsh became president. Biden's labor secretary both north and south korea test launched ballistic missiles within hours of each other today. npr's anthony kyun reports from seoul. The launches underscore a growing arms race between the rival states. South korea's joint chiefs of staff says the north's missiles flew eastward nearly five hundred miles before landing in the sea not long after south. Korea launched. Its first ballistic. Missile from a submarine sold denied. It's test time to retaliate. For the north's the us military's indo pacific command said the north's launch posed no immediate threat to the us or its allies. Npr's anthony kuhn reporting on wall street. Stocks are higher. The dow jones industrials are up. Eighty one points at thirty four thousand six hundred fifty seven. The nasdaq is up three points. This is npr. Npr's learned that president biden will meet to moderate democratic senators today to talk about his three point five trillion dollar spending package that funds. Social programs senators. Joe manchin of west. Virginia and kirsten cinema of arizona have concerns about the price tag. Democrats need every one of their votes for this to pass in the senate so these lawmakers have clout in discussions and also billion crew is counting down the final hours before launching to space from the kennedy space center in florida from member station w. m. f. e. in orlando brendan byrne reports. The launch is set for this evening. The crew. four will ride spacex 's crew dragon capsule which was designed to take astronauts to the international space station and back billionaire jared isaac men chartered the flight to spend three days in orbit one of the crew members. Dr scien- proctor is a geologist who had applied to become a nasa astronaut. But was never selected. I was always worried that this moment would never come in my life. So i'm ready to go. Let's do it once. Launched proctor will become the fourth black woman in space and the first pilot a spacecraft joining proctor and isaac mun a twenty nine year old physician's assistant haley arsenault an aerospace engineer. Chris broschi for npr news. I'm brendan byrne in orlando tropical. Depression nicholas continues to pour heavy rain on large parts of the south. The national weather service has flood warnings and watches posted from east texas to the florida. Panhandle rain is falling as far north as georgia forecasters warn. It's coming in areas that were devastated by hurricane ida. I'm korva coleman npr news.

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The Pussy Centipede #44: The City On The Edge Of Forever

The Pussy Centipede

14:46 min | 2 years ago

The Pussy Centipede #44: The City On The Edge Of Forever

"It's pussy time in America. The time has come for another episode of the pussy centipede. Can you dig it, man? Can you dig it? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now, the pussies. Now. More is I you the money vampire, welcome to another episode of the booze. He sending Pedes podcast. There are last episode are genital heroes. Scorpions in junior, doctor kitties warm wa. Kidnapped by the host of the last podcast on the left. I want to suck year ticketing PU. This will come live studio audience. I don't think I forgot about you. So now Henry's the browse skiing more than Kissel in markets parks have driven scorpion since junior and Dr kitties to the Massachusetts pine Barrens in order to put it head on them and the walked through the barons, and there they were more. Yeah. Why do you assholes to count us? Yeah. Why are you so Dallas? Yeah. Because said Henry's arouse ski. I want you to be the most popular podcast. The most podcast of a warped. Does the daughters Jews podcast? We wanted twenty minutes. Yeah. Oh, but you haven't even been potty in like for years now. Since Trump won forty km. Won't you douche bag? No, just talk about drinking and being deposited. I gue- fucking piece of shit boater Fokker. So Poterie said Ben Kissel. You're still really cold to even though your word. He puts piece of shit who isn't forty anymore. It doesn't mean you're tone to on people became depressed, boring pieces of should just because Trump on the election two years ago. I mean, you know, that's what happens people are pussies like us and pieces of shit. They can't deal, Stu. Yes. Said Marcus parks. I mean, come on Henry were still the most popular podcast ever. I mean, we're still writing off our goodwill from when we actually were good podcast in like our fans or like Colt members, and they don't question anything. We do. They'll still listen to us, even though we do this Lewis for should you know, what I'm saying. I guess what goes I still think we should murder scorpions and junior doctor Kennedy's now. Fuck you you assholes that fair. We barely got you. Enjoy your fame. Yeah. How? Yeah. I thought you didn't even like fame. Yeah. And then it was I your vampire bunny host who decided to step in like the God in the machine Ma and change things. And there I was in the woods or. I am the vampire bunny. You will not be murdering Dr kitties and scorpions and junior today. A ha ha, and then I lunch my bunny Cape and flew in limited on Ben Kissel, dick, then suck the blood Maha SP until Ben Kissel died Ma and he was. And then I fit markets parks tick more on did. Marcus porks quotas draining on dead, no too. And then there was only fat disgusting. Henry's brow? Ski left. You could see more good. Could do. I don't care what. Find some way to kill you. I will suck the blood from your neck things, then Maha. Okay. Please water came on. Kicked out. Do you lose? I can hope you offer. How can you help? Tina stall bizzare told Bordeaux do have any what ones you visit. You can do you can Steve at when they were so long by traveling through my time BB, stole a ha ha. Ha ha I've never loved anyone. I Punti LA the bunny vampire, I don't need to use your stuff time portal need you. I don't want my vulgar scarpie into junior. My sally. Yeah. Fuck you you. I don't love you. Yeah. But I do want to go back in time. I wanna see my mother again, I'm s Harry, Al my mom's scorpion. Sin, and and then Henry's browse key pulled down his pants and his underwears. And there with this little PP note, whereas p p used to be now is just a healed up little note of flesh. And it had a portal in it of swilling things. When you look at it. You could see all time you could see New York during the great depression. Oh. In San Diego during the great fire of sixty seven. And the Occupy Wall street movement and Sukati park were that girl was raped in the Ted. Why? And surrounding the dick nob- worth three stone things that looked like Stonehenge. Ha ha we oughta Gordon go full. You may remember from the store pursued to city on the forever. Do you wish to travel back into time? Yeah. Yeah. I wanna see my mom's can you take me back to the first episode of the pussy centipede when my mom was still alive. Yeah. We could. Ward you. If you tip or with the time stream to future navy way from existence this world new now me never exist. Now, I be white from existence being, ma'am. How fuck you. I might see my mom's. Yeah. In the scorpions junior jumped into Henry's Broschi subpoenas. Nope. But he disappeared into the streams of time which flowed wa like the ocean waves. What? Yeah. Oh. Hey, yeah. It's me Kitt could I know I was killed by bunny. Packing time men to the first episode, man. Now, I'm back because I'm still alive. Now Lil Kim to back in time to the first episode of the pussy centipede outcast before. It was recorded in cassette. Yeah. And by our gaffe to switch to something else, man. And I'm sure the cassette off now. Welcome to the past kid could. Yeah. Man. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How the? How? The pussy centipede chapter one. There isn't evil puppy doctor who lived in the Italian countryside. His name was Dr of puppies. He hated kitties, and he hated life and all he dreamed of was using his medical skills to do the craziest. Most anti kitty is thing ever. Then one day. He watched a series of films called human centipede, which was three different films about crazy. Scientists doctors who created human centipede through surgery by tach and people from there but holes to their mouth holes. As the doctor of puppies watched. It he said a humid centipede that gave earth new cares about that. But it kiddie sent he'd a feB would be the craziest moves fucked up thing the world had ever seen. I would be the greatest tough jocular ever if I was able to attend seventeen kitties but whole to mouth hole so that they would have to poop cat food into each other's stupid for faced whiskered kitty mouth. So as the doctor of puppies, retired twos library and the basement of his castle in Italy to study medical journals and prepare for the surgery. Another thing was going on across town on the Italian see coast. Cruiseliner pulled up to the coast and off step Thomas mealy feline Griffin from New York City who managed to Connor rich father to fund his trip to Italy in order to convince his kitty son Dickie meal leaf tree turn to America and takeovers. Kitty, father's kitty shipping company as Thomas alley stepped off the boat. He was like. On the evil. Kitty in the sneaky is kitty in the world. Wait till Italy gets a load of me, there's nobody in Italy whose evils me, I'm gonna make so much trouble. It's gonna be fucked up. That concludes the kitty Senate peed chapter one by pussy tantrum. Tune in next time. Oops, I meant the pussy centipede. Tune in next time to hear the pussy centipede, take care friend. It's me kid could we're not record on cassette now because that was a future thing to Louis de man. Do that I record on Google pixel phone man, anyway, so you just heard the first episode ever of the pussy Senate peed man because that's where scorpion in junior wanted. Lynn, man. But now he was here, and he was interrupted and shit men. So let's go ahead, man. Yeah. What's up? Yeah. You're talked of poppies ios on daughter of puppies. What do you want? You. Look, just like my best friend scorpion soon except more street or ghetto who. Yeah. Yeah. Scar bids my mom's. Yeah. Scarpie IDs, and she'd my mom's yell. Your mom's scorpions, sin only has baby scorpions. Yeah. I know. Yeah. I'm from the future. Yo the future. Or are. You kidding me? Yeah. I'm the grown adult version of scarf incidents. I'm scarves in January. Al what you speak in a good. Excellent. Scorpion sin is very refined. Scorpion. Yeah. Yeah. Well to tell the truth Yao's, murdered shed you. And my mom's you were betrayed by guy named Bobby trendy the person who did custom furniture friend, call Smith now and use the glue garden shed, he took over your pussy set he'd project, and he murdered you and shit and murdered. My mom's I was raised without a mom's on the ghetto straits. Yeah, I had to join a gang and shit. Now. I'm back back to fix things and see my mom's again, who's Bobby trendy. You doing even knows about this pussy Senate people? Project. I now yell I'm from the future. Yeah. I'm going to call scorpions, and she needs to meet you we need to figure this out in medical school. We learn the theory of time trouble. But I was always quite skeptical of it. Yeah. Don't be skeptical yell. I'm here. I wanna see my mom's again fucking Neo man. I had the most fucked up life. I was in jail and had sex with Dr kitties and shit. You know to to you Dr kitties. I've heard of him he was once considered the most brilliant surgeon in the universe, but a kitty could never outdo a puppy. But actually how Bobby trendy killed you. And then tell Dr kitties how your project and shed I think and he actually did make Senate he'd creature. He mood a pussy centipede out of kitty's, or you fucking kidding me. Now, he actually made out of puppies and shit. Yeah. Puppies going to find this talker of kitties. And I'm going to sue him for plagiarism. And then I'm going to cut his butt off. And so him and make him into a. Kitty, centipede, whatever you I really go. Can you call my mom's? All right, man. I hope you enjoyed this episode of the pussy centipede, man. I'm glad to be back man back in time. This kid could stay tuned for next time for episode two of the pussy said Pete really because this episode one right man, like one point one or one point man, the shit's far out man universe. All twisted man, time travel shit, man. Like, I don't know what's up and what's down that. What's ride, man? It's just like a Tapsi Tevi world, man. Oh.

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Hockey Is Back: The Biggest Storylines Of The New NHL Season

The Lead

25:21 min | 6 d ago

Hockey Is Back: The Biggest Storylines Of The New NHL Season

"Trump now. It's been three months since the tampa bay. Lightning foisted the cop and now the nhl is back today. Eric logic joins us to break down the players in storylines. It will define this season including the lightness quest to make history community. Two game season. This year they play a lot of hot here over the last couple of years but on paper they look eminently capable of winning a third stanley from wondering the athletic. I'm understood it's tuesday. October twelfth and this is the league. So eric you are a well known canadian hockey journalists. Normally based in calgary. But you're currently in my city of los angeles. So what brings you to town. Well i like to spend half the year in in california light cam because this is where my wife lives but the other thing is that. It's starting to get a bit cold in canada right now and you get to a certain age as some of us who've been out in a long time get to and the winters seem a lot harsher and my mandate is to cover a national hockey league and at one of the things i like about this market especially pre cove. It was that there are times when you can see four. Nhl teams in a day. If you go to morning skate in anaheim you can see the visiting team. And then in the evenings you can be at the staple center watching the visiting so in terms of what i linked to do which is talk to players coaches and managers. This is a very good place to do your job effectively and eric. If i'm not mistaken you and your wife for you mentioned are i believe the only husband wife reporting do oh. We have at the athletic. I'm not one hundred percent certain of that but yes we both cover hockey. And that's you know a shared interest that sometimes. There's a little too much hockey dog but you know it's sort of job as you know that sometimes requires you to work weekends and evenings and so if you have someone who has the same profession it means your lives are not as much out of sync as they would be if you're working nine to five in working the opposite the hour so it works for us and You know hopefully it will continue to work us all right well like your family. I am currently very excited because they start of the. Nfl season is upon us here. And eric we wanted to. Have you come on and walk us through some of the big story lines of the season. So let's start with the team that is aiming to do something that hasn't been done in a very long time the tampa bay lightning. Can you put what they've already accomplished. And what they're striving to accomplish this season into context here sure absolutely well so the lightning are now the two time defending stanley cup champions and that in and of itself it is a very unique thing if you go back even to the great edmonton oiler games of the nineteen eighties. Which was the last dynasty in hockey. Those teams won five championships in the seven year period but they never were able to win more than two in a row and other teams that have managed to win back to back. Its most recently but you have to go all the way back to new york islander the of the early nineteen eighties to find a team that has won three in rhode. Islanders actually won four and certainly the era that the islanders were were playing in at that time was pre salary cap so there there weren't the kind of issues that that that nhl teams have nowadays and trying to sustain excellent. But what i would also you. I think they have a very good chance of doing it. Because they have not had to alter their core the general manager there has done an outstanding job of playing with the salary cap and hanging on the players that make the difference and i applaud. Julian breeze buffer. What he's been able to. And so speaking of that core this tampa bay team is arguably the most star studded in the league. You know you've got five guys who could be future hall of famers nikita kucherov steven stamkos. Brayden point victor hedman under vasilevskiy. And they've managed to keep that core as you mentioned intact for awhile now. So what has changed with his team. Since last season's stanley cup victory well so in terms of personnel. Obviously gourmet coleman and barkley grow are gone and essentially replacing your third line but they have some holes to fill in order to win three in a row. I look at that team. They have enough young players coming through the system. That i think that while they're gonna miss those guys at the bottom end of the roster that had to jettison. They are replaceable. Corey perry was signed Nickels and dimes. And he's going to be ineffective buyer for them last year. The player that scored the decisive goal in the championship for them was was ross colton. He looks like someone that's going to be able to play more minutes than so the and they've had they have had young players apprentices in the minors that were kind of blocked from nhl out because of the buyers were buying ahead of the month earned fourth lines and these guys are gonna get a chance to be nhl issue so they weren't part of what helped you win last year but they they see those stanley cup rings that everybody else is wearing on a team and they want them for themselves. There's a new team making its debut. This season the expansion seattle crack in will play on the very first day of the season. Quarter the early signs of how things are going in seattle. Do you get the sense that. There's a real buzz around this team in a city. That has such great support for its sports teams. Absolutely in in terms of the of the interest level will vegas four years ago the interest level there was off the charts and it's very similar in seattle and in terms of the interest level. You know this season tickets were gone in an instant. They have a long waiting list there. The appetite or nhl hockey is enormous. And you know the manager there. Ron francis i i've known for a long time. Newman his playing career with served on the hockey hall of fame selection committee together for a number of years. He's done an interesting job of building this team. He didn't exactly follow. The vegas template vegas went out and took on bad contracts from a lot of teams about some draft choice capital and then took that draft choice avalon flipped for producing nhl buyers. The seattle went a slightly different route. What they did was. They put a lot of their resources into goaltending defense. Though if you look their two goaltenders. Philip rube our increasingly Those were two of the five of best goalies in terms of goals against average last season. So they they had their coming off very very good seasons. I think one to six defense corps is excellent. You know they took the you know. The top them from calgary march down on older player but one. That's only a couple of years removed winning the norris trophy as nhl best defenseman. I think he's going to be important. In terms of the leadership that he provides an a big strong tough secondary group of defense including autumn larson from edmonton. Jamie alexia clue. They signed from from dallas. So i don't love their offensive ability right now as you know. They're one to twelve. Four regroup is thin compared to a lot of other teams in the national hockey. But i also think that the type of team that they have right now is a team. That's capable of winning a lot of low scoring tight-checking game so we'll see the cracklins opponent in their very first game is the. Nhl's other most recent expansion team who you mentioned. The vegas called nights. We of course all remember their incredible run to the stanley cup finals in their very first season a few years ago eric. Is there any chance that the crack could pull off something similar this year. No i don't think so. I think that they really are kind of a tale of two teams. So i think what happened with. Egas was that you know their expectations going into their first season. We're quite low. I think that they felt that it would would try to make the passive if they could well. The season went unexpectedly well and they completely shifted course and instead of selling players the deadline. They added layers a deadline. And then that has been the new modus operandi going forward with a few of the gambling analogy. They pushed all the chips in two thirds of the way through the first air first season and they've continued to operate that way air very much in a win now boat or a right. At the moment. I think seattle is prepared to build more slowly and in with more traditional template. So i think they're going draft and develop. They're gonna try and be competitive in the moment. But i think they understand that vegas really caught lightning in a bottle. It will be very difficult for them to duplicate that. And and i think that they've done a really good job of distancing themselves from vegas. I mean you know. Just about every sentence out of ron francis mouth when he was first hired was you know we are seattle. They were vegas. I used to joke. You wanted to be the second. Jim and seattle based on. What vegas did you know. I think this is an awesome opportunity. We've got some time here to really get our scouts together and get homework. Done and i think seattle has so much to offer. You know. it's got a great quality of life. And i think want intelligent of the organization not to try and sell they'll refer playoff spot and hope for the best after next. I wanted to ask you about a few key players around the league. So let's start with the nhl biggest star connor mcdavid. David is up ahead. Khattak david it'd be higher by a walk. Scores mcdavid wins it in overtime for the oilers and they take it for two three. We saw him put up historic numbers last season. Averaging almost two points a game which we hadn't seen in the nhl in a very long time and yet his team the oilers went out early in the playoffs. Yet again is mcdavid any closer to having the supporting cast that he needs to make a deep run at the cup this season. And what will need to go right for him and the oilers well in terms of when you go right for david. I think it's simply more of the same. I mean you're right. Is the best player in the national hockey league. By far what. I see happening with connor. Mcdavid what was happening with wayne gretzky once gretzky had you know three four or five years of nhl experience under his belt e widened the gap incrementally year after year between himself and the player that finished second in the nhl scoring race. I i believe something similar has been up with this closes. Competition will probably be is immediately on dry style. But i think that he'll win the scoring title by forty point. Five is the supporting cast any better hard to set up. Because i think they're going to miss out of larson losses in the expansion draft do seattle. They are relying on the same goaltending combination that they had last met. Smith had an excellent year. But he's getting on in years and you know can he play at the same level that he played last year. Jury's out but in terms of warning passed. I think probably the two most important players are ones that were already there that have a draft pedigree in that are gradually emerging into better players. In one is yes. He ple yard who was playing with mcdavid on that top line. Know the other wing spot is going to zakheim. That was their key. Free agent. Acquisition behind brings grit leadership proven ability. Play with with a top player. He was either playing with austin matthews john chavez in toronto last year and really help those guys at the levels that they were at. And then there's cuyler yamamoto and other young player that simply needed to mature so between yamamoto. Npr maturing and grafting zakheim on that lineup. They're just flat out deeper upfront than they have been. Sometimes it's just the collective maturation of group that allows a talented team to take the next level. I think that's what they're counting on in evans. I went out on a limb just about all of the so-called experts are picking vegas to win the division. I picked up. I just ready to Next so you still haven't learned eric. Let's move from the league's biggest star to one of its oldest stars. the washington capitals alexander. Ovechkin is chasing record that for years. Many people thought of as totally untouchable wayne gretzky's career goal scoring record. Ovechkin is now thirty. Six years old and one hundred sixty four goals behind gretzky. Is it an attainable goal for the great aid. I yes i do. And i think that we're since we're talking about numbers i'll throw a number back at you. Five year contract extension. I thought that was absolutely critical because in the national hockey league wants a player passes the age of thirty five often. The temptation is signed one year contracts and go year-by-year just assess at that point where you're at well. The fact that he committed for five years the fact that washington was prepared to sign him for five. Years tells me he absolutely has gretzky's record insight. I think he's still capable of scoring forty goals a year for the next three years reason. I say that is because if he were a player that was on foot speed. You know a player like connor mcdavid the fastest player in the nhl when he gets to be thirty five or thirty six if he ever loses half l. will affect his performance. But if you look at the way. Alex ovechkin plays the game a hockey you know. He has his entire career or the same goal over and over and over again. You know what's coming still can't prevent it from happening. Alex vets john carlson. Thies it up at the point of the blue line or that cross house from nicholas backstrom at one time. Everyone knows it's coming. It's still ovechkin to that spot. I just don't. I don't see a drop off in the thing that he does. Well is a powerful strong ban. You can still lost that hockey through screen through the defenseman bright pasta. I can see him just going out there with a walker at age. Seventy and ripping one timers from the top of the circle. Well the beauty of having a hockey stick is that you don't even need a walker you can just lean on all right and eric going from old guys young guys. Who do you think will be a breakout star of the twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty two any tells season. Who's a young player. You're excited to watch who we should be keeping an eye on okay. Well i'm going to answer that question in two parts. The first is to examine it through. Calder trophy prison. Which is rookie of the year. I believe that this year's race will be a little bit less exciting. Anyone that really catches by beyond trevor zegers in anaheim and full coffee in montreal. Both of them are really dynamic. Southfield has but bonnie control patrick kane ability to create open space for himself as a very very small player is really exciting to watch. He's the one in the rookie class. That i think is capable of lifting you out of your seat in terms of that has been in the league that could take the next level. I liked the current trophy winner. Girl capris of minnesota. He was dying namic last year. Wow this is on a pond as a kid and he's doing this. Nhl defenseman he is unbelievable. It just turning nothing into something taking in the first round and the longtime apprentice in the cage all the russian national league and when he came over who was ready at the ground brought any off to win took a minnesota team really. Wasn't that much fun to watch. And he turned them into a team. When you're flipping up and down the dial watching nhl games. I found myself stopping on minnesota a lot. More than i had in the past and it was because of capris offs perform i think he has a real oleg. If you've got anxious feed you know what that next level might be brought to you by the capital one saver card with saver. 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Look at the stories that matter most to investors mike and his guests offered their perspective on how policy changes could affect what you do with your portfolio download the latest episode and follow at schwab dot com slash washington wise. Or wherever. you. Listen where i think. A lot of fans are pretty tired of hearing about cove it in the way that it's impacting sports but it is unfortunately still a major story line for the season. So how should we expect the corona virus to impact things in the nhl. And how will it be different than last season. Although the biggest difference is simply that the nfl has gone to traditional divisional structure so last year because it was strictly intra divisional play. I think a lot of fans got tired of seeing the same teams again and again and again. So i think we will see just a overall level of excitement because you know connor mcdavid is going to play in every visiting arena this year. You know sidney crosby. When he's healthy is gonna be about in canada for the first time in a long. So i think the hockey fans in general who like seeing degrade players in the game. We'll have an opportunity to do that this year. Travel will be different. You know the national hockey league has done a pretty good job of convincing. Virtually every player. That's playing in the lead to get vaccinated twice and that will facilitate board across in it. I think you know deep down. The national hockey league believes that for the first time in three years. They are going to be able to play a full. Eighty two game schedule though. I think that they feel that. They've done everything they can to make. The game safe for. The players are involved from the coaching staff. And they're just like everybody else crossing their fingers and hoping for the best. We're also going to see a midseason pause for the olympics this season with nhl players participating in the games for. I believe the first time since two thousand fourteen. Is this a net positive for hockey. In your opinion eric very much so i think the appetite especially in canada for for best on best competition is extremely high. It really matters as much as you know. Players want to win the stanley cup. Further club teams in the nhl. Virtually every player that is a candidate for their olympic teams is dumping the Able to participate to the one wrinkle in having an overseas olympic is the strain that it puts on the best player of a long flight over. It's a long flight back. It can have an impact on what comes afterwards. You know all these great players Especially if you're talking about tampa. Last ski was named ila became already kucherov was named olympic team. Alright headman named to the olympic team. Already i mean you know these are guys that have played a ton of hockey over. The last two years are going to play in the olympics during that three week break and the players that you rely on to win are the ones that are also going to be stressed and strained by playing in the olympics and i do think that there will be long term implications on the stanley cup playoffs. I mean the alaska go until the end of june you know. What are you going to have left in the tank. If a player on a team like tampa that has put all of those hours already and then yet now you've added of the emotional test of olympic games is going to be interesting to see what the implications are returned to the olympics. And lastly eric. What's a team that you think might surprise people. Who is your darkhorse. Pick to make a run at the cup. So my darker speaker of the florida panthers and the reason is because i think they are a team of last year did everything is about two and a half feet in the air and sad bet what can like mickey mantle odor swats it right out of the air in the open net and the panthers straight quickly again sam. Bennett comes in from from calgary at the trade deadline. He's fantastic sam reinhart out of buffalo in sabres fire sale. You know he's a scoring forty and back to the point of comes just resigned tasha bark off to an eight year ten million dollars per season contract. You and he's gonna be very happy and motivated really the only achilles heel there is goaltending. They're going to divide the job between a veteran goaltender with a great resume. Hasn't played very well lately. That of broschi and one of the great up and coming young goaltenders in the game. Spencer night one of those either night as to establish himself as go to nhl goaltender. Broschi has to return to some semblance of the dozen. Atropine i mean he's a two-time desert trophy where he can be an exceptional goal. If one of those two provides good enough goaltending for florida than there one to six defense group and one to twelve four groups as good as any the nhl. Ev one of the best coaches in the game in joel quenneville and so they are my dark horse when the stanley cup. Who would have thought one of hockey's great rivalries developing in florida exactly We always talk about the battle of mellberg and the battle in pennsylvania. But you're right bottle of florida is the best rivalry in the game. At the moment. I thank you so much for joining us today. All right my pleasure you can follow all of eric. You hot chicks. Nhl coverage at the athletic dot com from wondering and the athletic. I'm under scotto. Thanks for listening to hear more of the lead. You can follow us on amazon music. Spotify and apple podcasts. 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Leafs land Jake Muzzin

Hockey Today

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Leafs land Jake Muzzin

"The lease. Is that game misconduct podcast with Don league-record and welcome to the Tuesday edition of game is conduct. I am the Greg. Let's get right to it. Major trade the NHL last night Muhsin goes from Los Angeles to the Maple Leafs. And we've talked about it plenty of times drop the wants to make a serious run at a Stanley Cup. They had to improve their defense more. Specifically, a stay at home defenceman. We'll Muslim comes in. It's got twenty one points on the season. He's not slouches far as offenses concern, you know, play on top pairing with Riley. So there's a lot of production that that defensive units gonna give you, but they've gotta find somebody outside of Ron Hansie who's thirty seven years old that could be a guy that could stand up forwards at the blue line that can go after the best forward on the other team, matchup wise. I mean, they were gonna lose every match of Toronto in the playoffs. It gets really good team because they didn't have anybody to go up against you know, the top line for Boston team. They're likely going to play in the first round. How do you stop Sidney Crosby of getting Malik? And how do you stop Alexander Ovechkin and nNcholas Backstrom? How do you stop stamkos and kucherov? If you wanna make run to the Stanley Cup final. So I'm not saying that Muhsin cures all ills. But it makes a lot of sense now first round pick and some prospects. That's pretty juicy but Muslims under contract through next year. It's a management deal as far as the cap is concerned a four point six million dollars. And I'm sure the Toronto will consider after the nineteen twenty season. Whether they want to bring. Him back. We'll see where the calorie salary cap structure is going to be and what ends up happening with some of their free agents. But it's not like, it's a rental. You have them for a run this year and next year and may have the wherewithal to keep him around Muslim. Of course was part of to Stanley Cup championships with the Los Angeles Kings. So he's been there. He's done that. These are the types of moves teams have to make now on the surface. When you think about defense been that I want to make a run I'm not sure Jake Muhsin was on like the top list of fans out there who said that's going to be the difference between winning Stanley Cup or not. But certainly he had been on the radar of many general managers around the league Toronto makes the move. And now they've improved themselves with the acquisition of Taveras during the off season which bolstered their offense big time and has allowed them to fight through some of the injuries. They've had with Matthews with the holdout of Neil Lander. And now they get themselves study defenseman the acquisition of Hanes. He was also a good one last year. So you sprinkle in the offense with sites with Riley with Gardner, and now you've got. To stay at home guys. But Muslim as I said could produce some offense in any given year this guy that can give you forty fifty points on on Toronto. This is a guy that can be a stay at home defenseman that could score north of fifty points on this team. So I think the acquisition was good. We've seen in recent years that the trade deadline is just a mere suggestion that it seems like a lot of deals get done way before the deadline. So even before we get into February. We're seeing these deals get done so slightly under a month before the deadline Toronto, they sound the bell. I and now we'll see who else. Decides to follow will Boston trying to make a move now to try to keep up with Toronto to try to get that home ice advantage in the first round who else in the Eastern Conference is gonna make a deal. What's Pittsburgh going to do another loss for the penguins last night? They cannot beat the devils on a bet six Owen one New Jersey against Pittsburgh over the last couple of years, including all three meetings this year being devil wins. So just it's crazy that the devils a team. That listen last year. I guess it makes sense because they were a playoff team. But the doubles do not look like a playoff team this year and still own a playoff team. But this Pittsburgh think about making move to solidify a plow spot. What is Washington do as they seem to be in free fall? Now be not being able to a find a way to win especially with the Washington Capitals. Starting their second half of the season coming up later when they come out of there by a against the Calgary Flames and that'll be coming up on Friday without Alexander Ovechkin who's going to serve the one game suspension for not going to the all star game. They've been in free fall with a six straight losses. So these Eastern Conference teams they're kind of old jockeying for position because I think really buffalo and Carolina only the realistic teams outside looking in that could make a move but jockeying for position is important having home ice advantage. Trying to win your division making sure you're one of those top three positions, especially if you're a metropolitan team trying to avoid having to take on the Tampa Bay Lightning. A so there's a lot of things in there. You don't wanna fall to the wildcard? Play Tampa in the first round where you can play them in the conference final if you end up in that top three spot metropolitan division. So even though these teams know they're going to the playoffs like Toronto they wanted to make sure that they have an easier path once they get there looks like they're destined play Boston a team that's kind of had their number. So Toronto makes the first move. We'll see who makes the next move. I have a feeling you're going to see a lot of moves between now and the twenty fifth the by the time we get to the actual trading deadline. There's not going to be that many moves to make. So we get the unofficial second half of the season underway. We mentioned the devils with a win over the penguins. Six to three I'd love to get somebody to explain to me how the devils can have bits Burg's number. But they seem to big shorthanded goal by Boyle and the devils get off the fast art, get taking a four one lead and eventually winning six to three the flyers with a nice win as well. Three to one at home against the Winnipeg Jets, so Carter heart makes thirty one saves in the victory and Kentucky continues to be good with a goal and an assist in the victory. Roz levick. It's the only tally for the Winnipeg Jets his third goal of the season. So it looks like and it's been made official by Philadelphia. That Carter heart is going to stay with the organization, even though he was kind of forced into play here because they've you seven different goaltenders in Philadelphia. We thought it was crazy last year when Vegas had six Philadelphia's. Now, you seven so heart's gonna stay up. He's the future of this organization and continues to win games Philadelphia over wall as won four straight games. And you take a look at where they are in the standings again, forty six points their twelve points back Pittsburgh for the final wildcard spot. And they're also thirteen points back that third place bond, the metropolitan division. So none of this is going to bear fruit for Philadelphia. But if heart continues to play, well, they'll eventually trade Wayne Simmons, you gotta figure, but with some very talented players already locked in to contracts defensive core that is growing into its own. I think Philadelphia has a nice future. I know you want to try to get the top. And tank that's always a fan type of conversation, but I see value Philadelphia. Plain out these games here to give some of the fans in Philly chance to really get a preview of what this team can be and playing while in the second half of the season. I think's gonna be important. So when a plague Winnipeg will play the second back tobaks, they'll be in Boston tonight to take on the Bruins Bruins, of course. Coming off their bye as well. Their last game was way back earlier in the month when they lost to the Rangers that Saturday night at home sabres, they still have a chance to make the playoffs tough task that they're going to take on the Columbus. Blue jackets trying to make sure they could keep pace with the islanders for first place in the metro and the flyers and the Rangers Rangers kind of the same boat. It's Philadelphia doesn't look like it's going to happen this year. But the Rangers have won three in a row winnable game tonight with Philadelphia behind them in standings, second back to back for Philadelphia Rangers take on the New Jersey Devils coming up Thursday, and then a huge test on Saturday at home against the best team in the league the Tampa Bay Lightning but winning three in a row before the break Rangers playing a little bit better. Duke has been good, obviously, savannah Janet it's been good Rangers going to play with seven defensemen tonight because Pablo butchnevich has been benched as coach Quinn said he just didn't like the way he was playing a going into the break. So the Rangers for maybe the third or fourth time this year will go light at the forward position this time by choice. So Smith will be back in the lineup for the blue shirts as they try to make it four in a row. And again, even if it's just 'cause medically trying to show the fans what next year could be like zoo continues to play while certainly he'll be an ill be in a position where he can win some games for this organization. But also be trading piece. Same thing with Kevin Hayes as well as Kevin Hayes had not played the previous nine games going into the break because of the upper body injury. You know, the feeling is is that he's got a chance to get a little healthier here. And then once he does prove that he's healthy that he is going to be able to hit the ground running. And and be a trade bait for the Rangers. He is going to be in the lineup tonight. He is going to center the second line between VC and Houten. So the Rangers line are gonna be like this, of course, Zabana Jad and Kreider in cough, who's playing well in the first half of the season will now be on the top line Hayes between VC and how strong who's played well between heated and fast, and then it'll be McLeod, and and and Boonie EVA's rounding out the bottom part as the foot infection for Mazzarella was going to keep him out. So that's a bit of a problem as far as the tradings concern. Although he was red hot doesn't look like the foot infection is serious clayson still has the shoulder injury. So those are the banged up situation for the New York Rangers as they look for their foreign row and Philadelphia looking for their sixth in a row house here from you at down the Greco hashtag game has conduct on L says what up Don love your show. My question is how did you like the all star game this past weekend? Did you think San Jose did a good job? And the glowing puck reminded me of what they did when the NHL was on FOX back in the nineties. Do you think it's good or bad for the? NHL we talked about this a little bit for EJ with EJ. I like it's tone down a little bit. I do like the trailer for the puck because sometimes it can tell you. Whether we're going off the post or the was saved by the goaltender sometimes trying to figure out where the puck is watching on television. It's been a bit of a problem. I thought FOX's was over the top. But that was twenty something years ago, and obviously back then the technology wasn't the same. So I do think there's some value to the glowing pock you don't lose it in certain areas that some of the angles it's behind the board. You can't see it. Or if the pucks underneath the goaltender where where it is in the the soup of bodies between the crease in the slot and in front of the goaltender. I just thought. Fox's was over the top as far as San Jose. We talked to EJ they did terrific job at thought the three on three was great. My only complaint is considering that it was played in the Pacific that the Pacific Division should went second. So you didn't have that awkwardness of those three shark players in Pevez sqi and burns. Not playing in the second game and then being gone right away. And in two games being played without all the sharks in the lineup. So I didn't like that. At all, Chris. Hey, Don, another impressive win for Carter heart last night. How much of his and the team's recent success is due to the pressure being off since they all but out of the playoff contention and the opposition overlooking them or is the team finally putting it together islander the opposition's. Overlooking them I mean, maybe you can make that case for Winnipeg. But I think going into Philadelphia's always kind of got people on guard because the history of it, and and I mentioned before Philadelphia may be struggling, but you still have Cluj through one of the best players in the league Fletcher said one of the best players in the history of the flyers organization. I wouldn't go that far. But he did say it, you know, and they've got nice players. You've got to be leery of. So I don't I don't think we should take away the win because of that factor. I do think that there's some pressure being added by Fletcher saying that they're really no untouchables on the team. So a lot of the players are. Playing knowing that they may be acquired by other organizations. So I don't believe that. There's no pressure in Philadelphia. It is sometimes a little easier to play when it's four something personal rather than for the ultimate team goal of making the playoffs. But only anybody in that room is counting themselves out. Just yet. It's not even February. So I think there is a lot of value to Philadelphia's doing and congratulations to the way that they're playing. We'll see if they can keep it up. David Hynes says as a former devil fan, which uniform color scheme, you prefer the old red and green look or the current red and black. Well, unfortunately, the the green uniforms got dub Christmas trees, and you look back at them. And it's kind of an eyesore liked them at the time. But I do like the addition of black, and I'm not a big fan of of adding black to the jerseys the way all these teams do, but considering the devils have pretty much all of their success with those jerseys. And I think they do look a lot sharper than the Christmas tree jerseys. Although I do like the throwbacks when they do play them. It's very nostalgic, but I wouldn't want to see them. Go back to it full-time. Mark says are there are rumors that is looking to make a deadline deal for the islanders. What what have you heard? And what do you think he might do? Well, he'll do anything if he feels that this team can make a legitimate Ron now, I haven't heard any names specifically. But I believe they're going to be a buyer rather than a seller. Lou when he feels like he's got a good team. Why wouldn't you feel like he's got a good thing there in first place as we start play on January twenty ninth and they'll be in first place tomorrow because nobody's going to catch them with a three point bulge in one day. Is the fact that he sees an opportunity for this team to make a run. I think it's there. I don't think there's anybody. They can't beat Tampa. I would say probably not but everybody else in that given series. I give them a legitimate shot. The way they're playing away Barzel is playing away leaves playing and more importantly the way the goaltending has been and this team hasn't been out of the first round. But once in the lab. Twenty five years when they made that run to the conference final ninety three, you know, opening a new building soon trying to steal some attention. When it looks like the Rangers and devils are not gonna make the playoffs. If the islanders can have that stage by themselves for a month as their winning two series Lucy's value in that. And if you get to the conference final heck, why not Vasa left ski, Mike it hurt. Stamkos may get hurt. Kucherov might get hurt. Who knows we talked about Tampa Bay and the best team in the league? There's no guarantee they go to the conference final. So I do I think the islanders winning a Stanley Cup is presently constituted. No. But do I think they can make a run. Absolutely. And if you look at Louis history, New Jersey when he believes the team you can make it run. He goes for it. I mean, he went out and got the Gilmore he went out and got Dave Andrew Chucky went on got Alexander Mogilny, you know, sometimes it works. Sometimes it didn't. But loo I think it's an unfair Rapa being conservative because he doesn't throw a lot of money around, but he can be very aggressive at the trading deadline. And I think the honors will make a deal, and I don't think they're gonna be scared off, you know, to to sell off ever leave. Because he's a free agent. If they believe he can help them in the Rondo keep them, and he'll run the risk of losing them. So I do think that they're gonna make a play ranger proud says should the Rangers. Invest and trade for Panara. And I say no because I think there's an excellent chance to get him in free agency. This is very similar to the shattenkirk situation. When the Rangers were a lot better. They could have got shattenkirk on a rental and then sign him full-time after the season or long-term they decided they did not want to lose the first round pick and waited and they ended up getting shattenkirk. I think they're going to do the same with Pinera. They know they're going to be a front runner for him. He's not going to be able to help them this year unless the Rangers go on a huge run and think they can make the playoffs. But as of right now that does not look like it's going to happen. So I think you probably wait Victor says which is more important leaves go for d with the trade of Muhsin or Panara and basically saying he's gone after the year, we should mention that penins agent, basically said no more conversations with the blue jackets. This guy is going to test free agency. So he's gone. I'm not sure the Columbus is still going to trade him because Columbus sits in a position where they can make a run Columbus probably thinking we can finish the top three spots avoid Tampa till the conference final. That's a team. That's never even been out of the first round in franchise history. So I'm not sure the Columbus is gonna trade Panara. And if they do a less your one hundred percent, sure, you're signing a long term. I'm not giving a ton forum now Toronto Chicago, the Rangers all teams that I think Panara will land, but he can't go at all of them. So Toronto is not guaranteed to get him. If they think they can make a run with him than I think they will try to make that run. If they want him long-term, they may wait and sign him in the off season. But be careful how much money do you think you can pay these players Matthews mourner kneeland or you just gave a big deal to? All right. You've got a lot of money that you're going to be allocating to young players negative bring Pinera knee, and he's going to demand a lot of money. Now, they've got room under the cap now. But I got to think about. The future and some of the players that they have a pucks in pug says just listen to Monday's podcast. What would you do in a game with the Sebastian Aho's? Great question, of course to Sebastian Aho's one was playing defense for the your calendars. And of course, one's a star on all star for the Columbus for the Carolina Hurricanes. That's a great question. I would I think you'd have to you have to acknowledge the team the islanders Sebastian Aho takes it up or since you're saying islanders hurricanes. The hurricanes auto the islanders Ohio that would be the way to do it. But boy, would that be a very very difficult thing to have to deal with Christina says just to put my two cents in about the kings being picked to play Colorado in the outdoor game. The two teams had a good Rava replaying many years in Vegas for pre-seasons frozen. Fury should be fun that somebody else had mentioned that. I didn't read the tree twit Christina's. So I'm gonna give you the opportunity here that they did play. I think it was up until twenty sixteen that they did that. So there's odd. Always a reason. See we all think we were smarter than the average. Right. But when a league invests as much money. As much time and actually pay people oughta money to make those types of decisions. They usually have some information or inside dope. The we don't have. So or that we have but we chose to ignore and instead of Christine Oliver who nailed and some of the other people on Twitter the did the same. No question to me that that's a major reason why they're playing in the stadium series. And and I also looked at the stadium series is being more of a local thing than a national thing. And the reason I say that is because and this was an idea had for a long time. And maybe they heard me say and on NHL live back in the day. And they stole the idea is that there are certain teams that are never gonna play ever gonna play in the winter classic, right? But if you created a series in which you can play where it's more on the local side that may be that would give opportunities to teams like the Colorado Avalanche like a team like the Carolina Hurricanes or or the New Jersey Devils, the New York Islanders to get a chance to play outside. So the stadium series was just like that the couple of games the Yankee Stadium back in twenty four. Eighteen gave the islanders devils the chance to play outside. We saw the kings and the ducks play Dodger Stadium a few years ago. Many of the debt gives two teams that never played in winter classic. And may never get a chance to play in the winter classic a chance to play outside at least they've expanded their horizons a little bit for next year's winter classic with Dallas in Nashville playing each other publicity you ever see a scenario in which the hurricanes would play of the Columbus. Blue jackets would play in winter classic probably not but in a stadium series. Then I think there's a very good chance of it happening. So I don't get too caught up who plays in the stadium series as much as I do the winter classic. But a great job to see that they've expanded their horizons of the winter classic. Let's close it out with Troy says if the Los Angeles Kings were to move quick I could see him making a difference in Columbus. Of course. Columbus would have to move Broschi, but quick has been solid in the playoffs and Tortorella coached him before in the World Cup while a couple of things at play here. Quick has been banged up. So I'm not sure if on the blue jackets, I'm going to have faith the quick. Is going to stay healthy. So you're right. He's won a couple of cups. Something is not done because Borowski had his problems in the postseason. If you could tell me quick is healthy. I think that would make the Columbus blue jackets, maybe not necessarily better in the regular season. But I have more faith with them in the postseason. My problem is he's had to lower body injuries. Over the last year. Am I comfortable to know that he will be able to stay healthy for me? So that's something. I'd have to file away. And think about a lot of fun today. We got a couple of games to recap coming up tomorrow. So if you've got any questions or comments at download Graca, hashtag Amos conduct could the app hockey's back. It's good to get this come games back onto the board. It'd be better a little bit later on the week when we finally get see more than just two or three games on the schedule. So lots to do tomorrow at download brecca hashtag game has conduct. This was the Tuesday edition of game has Gonda. Listening to gain misconduct podcast looking for more dumb. 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Take out the brooms

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Take out the brooms

"The. Is that game misconduct podcast with Don league-record and welcome to the Wednesday edition of game has conduct down the Greco unbelievable to sweeps in the first round. Now, usually when you get sweeps it's kinda boring, but both stories are just so incredible. That the sweep actually adds to it. The force the blue jackets knocking off the lightning, which is incredible. Jody Shelley is gonna be joining us just a bit former blue jacket ranger, and of course, working television for the Columbus blue jagged house story that was but also the penguins getting swept out of the first round by the New York Islanders. Maybe less surprising. But still shock and somebody did a great job. All season is done. A great job the whole time. He's been there on MSG television as their play by play voice, Brendan Burke. And he joins us here on game is conduct. It's Donald Greco, buddy. How are you? I'm doing well. Thank you like to have centerstage sweeping the penguins. But then the blue jackets kind of staged it a little bit. And also, I think just joking aside. I'm not shocked that they won the series. I think they're the better team. They were the better team during the course of the regular season. I thought they matched up well with Pittsburgh. I'm not shocked about the wind Brendan. I'm just shocked that it happened in four straight. And Sidney Crosby had just one point. Yeah. You're right. I mean, I think that I felt compelled to remind people over and over again during the series of the islanders were the team finished ahead of the penguins and the standings, you know, I just had that feeling like they were supposed to be the underdog. And I think that it's just a label that they haven't been able to shake all year. It was funny following this islanders tomb. You would go into a city and the islanders win a game. And then you'd pull up the paper the next day and everybody tried to explain away the bad night that their team had that was the theme. It was hey, we had a bad. I we had at that night not really taking into account that the elders creating bad nights for a lot of teams Danes. And they're very frustrating way. That makes the team look that it made sippy Crosby look bad for four games. So you know, they play that brand of hockey. That's it's not flashy to watch. But it is active and it is frustrating to play against it, especially when it comes to a four game series. Where you've got gotta see it every single night and bury you don't making judgments, and the kind of helping it along. They were the better team from start to finish that series of question and watching all the playoffs. And I think Tampa felt this too. Is that sometimes you could swelled the really good players because listen you get away with a little bit more in the playoffs. Right. I mean, they can't call everything. Everything's ratcheted up high, and do you think that Barry made adjustments that hey, maybe we can get away with being a little bit more physical? Crosby Alkan a little bit more physical with their star players than maybe we could have gotten away with we're playing Pittsburgh and some random game in November. I don't I just I just think this is the way the owners played all year. I mean, they they ran people through the end wall there for check was difference maker the series. And it was a difference maker for them all season. You know, they roll four line. They have the Martin quarterbacks ecus lined at clay's eleven twelve thirteen plus minutes night. And that's you know, even if it's not a penalty fare where two of those three guys kill a lot of penalties. But they're a physical team. They make you go to hundred feet, and when they have a chance to check if they finish their checks, and so they've done that the all season they did it in. The series. I didn't look like the islanders changed anything going into the playoffs. And that's kind of what they were reaching. Hey, we've been playing this this low scoring physically intense brand of hockey playoff Ocoee, all season long. They really looked like the same team that we saw the whole year and they just have their way with the penguins. They're as as you know, they got some timely saves, and they help, you know, Crosby and check their penalty killers showed up, and you know, they only Lau three goals in the last three games and six over on the whole series. I mean, that's that's pretty impressive. So when did you first notice the change when when Barry trots over and you've been there a couple of years already? So you got to see the islanders with JT got the play under the system that they had. So when you started to get ready for the eighteen nineteen season. Was there a moment? Was there a game where you said boy things are just different here. This is a different system. This is a different style. This is something I would never seen before with this team. Yeah. Well, I mean, I don't wanna say day one. But you could tell that it was a different structure to them from day one day. They were very responsible defensively. They were willing to sacrifice offense for defense at the beginning of the season. And they were okay with that. Because they knew how important it was to fixing the defensive end. I mean, the story is that they went from last place. It goes allowed to the Jennings trophy in one year with pretty much the same personnel. So you know, it was really from day one where you could see a change their defensive responsibilities. And then there was a time. Very Trump says it was the middle of December fifteenth where the team started to get on a roll. And that's where it started to click where they were a longer thinking about consciously playing defense, and it just came to the naturally, and then they can focus on scoring goals as well. And so that was kind of a trip a in the middle of December where they went and started in Colorado. And that was the avalanche were just tearing or the NHL, and they had ranted Atlanta's Kaga kidding. Just rocketing up the scoring charts and the islanders went into Colorado. Check. And that gave them the confidence. Like, hey, we can if we play the way we're playing it doesn't matter we play against look at these guys. They were you know, hat tricks every night at that point. And they went in there and shut them down one hockey game. I think it was five one and they go to power play goal against about that was and they continued on to that series. And they did the same thing in Dallas last before Christmas where Dallas was kinda racking up goals, and they went in there and beat them pretty soundly, so that gave them confidence. And they went on that run starting January where they really were unable December fifteen till the end of the year. They have a second best record in the NHL tied with St Louis behind only Tampa Bay. I mean, so really for most of the season they've been a on. Now, I do believe they wanted to bring Johnson barris back. So let's try to spin something that this was like the grand planned all along. But I just wonder did it make it easier for Liu and Barry to get everybody to buy in and play the system knowing that there wasn't one big huge star that had to make some sort of an adjustment. It might have you know, I think that the whole Lou Morello regime and everything that he preaches right with the the lack of facial hair. And you know, the lack of I guess access to his team. So they can showcase the personality. A lot of it is it's always we before me. It's it's the group is the idea you kinda sacrifice the individual identity a little bit. And that might have made it easier. Not having a guy who you know is forced into the spotlight because he's a superstar in this league. So that may have helped I think, you know, when you talk about being able to be receptive to the new regime coming in the two hundred ninety three goals allowed last year that that got everybody's attention. They do something had to change. So you had a group of players sitting in a locker room going somebody tell us how to fix this, please. And then the guy wrote into tell them how to fix it happens to have all the answers in just wanna stay up a few weeks early ride. They were primed and ready for somebody to teach them. And then they went in and brought in the perfect teacher, and it just kind of came together. Absolutely. And you know, following the devils, and I don't think it's exactly the same. But you know with Lulu Merlo being there. More defensive minded be more responsible has all the your marks of the three cups that Lou one in New Jersey, and he was always very hesitant to bring in big name free agents because he felt like the focus would then go on that player and kinda wait get away from the the whole scheme. And I just wonder if there was deep down inside when when Taveras chose Toronto whether kind of Luth autumn's, all right? Let's roll. I mean, we're good if he stayed we would make we would work with that. But him God. I think that Lewis was fine either way then maybe deep down inside. Then he was a little bit happy that maybe he can may be molded more in his image is ridiculous as that might sound. Yeah. I mean, I I don't think anybody's gonna turn down John on the roster. That was always planning, right? There's no question that they wanted him. But since he didn't come back. Now, you just gave a general manager eleven billion dollars a year salary cap to work with you know. I can't imagine not being at least excited about the fact that he could build a team and how the cap room and the ability do it where he's not kind of squeezing every dollar out of a cap because he just signed the guy for eleven and a half billion dollars a year. So yeah, I, you know, at the same time, I would've loved to see this team John Harris on it. I mean, imagine this team right now hundred three points, you know, second best in the metropolitan division by point by Washington slept the pain without the first run of action team, and John that would that would have been fun to watch. Maybe. But he would've just been probably would be more on him than the rest of the team because going back to New Jersey, they had Mogilny Gilmore Andrew chocolate and they had star players, but those players had the fit with the devils were trying to do I think two would have had to adjust more to the system the system adjusting him. Oh for sure. And and we saw it with bars element man, Thorsell was probably guy who actually admitted that he was reluctant to change a lot of the things that he was doing. I mean that has led the team points again, he had eight. Eighty five point last year as a rookie. He finished with sixty two this year. And he had to be okay with that. Because it wasn't his poor play. It was the fact that he had to change the way the whole team player, and it took him a little bit the by doing and he had to get this -fensive responsibilities. Right. And when he got those he was okay. And he started scoring goals. But I mean this production way down if you just look at it on paper out of context, you'll boy at about finished with twenty three points less. They had last year. But that's not the case when you watch it. He's a much better watch more complete hockey player than it was last year dog at Brandenburg voice of the York Islanders. Of course. The shame of the way the system is is that he called his last islander game this year. Unfortunately, meshed he's got to step aside for national television. But I think every fan as much as they love you will take because the means the teams in the second round for just the second time since nineteen Ninety-three. Are you gonna be doing things around the team, though is MSG gonna use you for pre imposed or you're gonna get a chance to be around the team in a second round and further. Yeah, I'm not sure I think we're still trying to figure out the coverage. We've got you know, a, obviously we've got some things to figure out. They will have coverage pre and post game and whatnot. But Shannon, HOGAN, it does a wonderful job for us. Also happens to be ready to give birth to reverse child. So she actually missed the game last night. And I think she might be done as quite a weeks homestretch here for her and her family. So I'm not sure we had Bill Pedo step in. And I think he's gonna jump on the coverage as well for the rest of the way. But we're trying to get everything figured out. How how we're gonna cover this team, you know, because they deserve. It. All coverage was what they've done this year. I'm -solutely in Brooklyn's going to be hopping to the nets and find a way to get past the Sixers and the moving on to Brooklyn not to put you on the spot Brennan. But you hear a lot of different information. I mean, what what are you hearing about where these games can be played going forward? We know what's going to be Brooklyn in the second round. But has heard some rumors today that maybe back to the Coliseum for the conference final. I thought it was going to Brooklyn the rest of the way. What do you here? Yeah. Spoken the rest. Yeah. I thought. Yeah. You don't wanna you know, when everybody's I don't know if they're confused. Or they just don't understand the process that it is. And this is the essence about money. This is not about money for the islanders. This isn't NHL rule. This is you know, playoff shares or big thing where players they get paid during the regular season. They get paid by playoff shares in terms of the postseason and that money is determined by. How many tickets are sold and how much sweet revenue there is. And that doesn't NHL as a whole divided up among the teams. And so for the rest of the NHL or the other fifteen teams made the playoffs this year to cap their revenue by the islanders, not having any sweets thirteen thousand seats in the building they're playing, and that's not fair to the rest of the NHL won't do that as a about. This is nothing to do with the New York Islanders. I mean, people are saying if people are thinking that they're going to call because the I wanna make more money that is known not even I tell you I covered a lot of Stanley Cup final where there is so much media. They're taking like upper level sections away from the fans to put media. You can't do that the Coliseum. You're already working at thirteen. Thousand rights you don't wanna go down to twelve and a half. So that you can fit, you know, a bunch of guys from scratch you on that want to cover it. And be in the last row you arena. I mean that so I knew the logistics, and I just wanted to get confirmation from you because it just didn't make a lot of sense. I, but you know, what I've been in. Listen, you call the games in I call ranger games there. When that building is full, it's electric. I mean may not the Coliseum because of the history, but when that building full, and it will be because the islanders have fans that will make the sacrifice to Brooklyn from Suffolk County because these games are so important when the Barclays filled Iraq's and very square that double overtime winner three years ago and Barclay center was the only option was complaining. It was awesome in there. And it was full it just because you know, they got a little taste going back to the Coliseum doesn't make it not not a good atmosphere for hockey game because it will be it will be able rocket, and I'll tell you what with the way the Eastern Conference shaken out and with Carolina in Washington, which is a series of also been working empty there. Gonna battle it out. They're going to beat each other up there probably gonna go six or seven. I'm in the islanders have legitimate chance of making the conference. I mean, and I and and and that's just watching the competition. They were right there. They split the season series with the Washington Capitals. They actually handled the pretty well against the Carolina Hurricanes and they've got a full week off presumably before that plane to get healthy. So and that was good chance of it up. And that was my last question for you rust versus rest. I I know that I wonder fans wanna see Carolina and Washington beat up on each other. And that makes sense. But could it hurt the islanders with all the momentum? They've built if they've gotta sit basically a week before they get the play. Yeah. It could. It's really good. They did not play as well. Out of the all star break is dealing also raking. That's real the the other break that we can judge this awesome. But at the same time they had been healthy until last night, and Johnny boy Chuck MRs third period in Calcutta about this the third period Ryan ordinarily was gone to the end of the sect. Period till under almost would've said, hey, scheduled the game tomorrow, let the out of keep going but last night they actually had guys banged up. And I think if you were going to say you can have game tomorrow without clutter buck, and Johnny boy, Chuck or you can have a game at a week, and you can have them both back. I think they're taking the week every time. So I don't know what the situation is. Or how long they're going to be out for if they're available tomorrow. But I think that given the fact that they didn't finish the game last night in elimination game at a one goal game. You'd have to bet there was something wrong with them 'cause they're tough guys. So we'll see we'll see what's going on. But I think that right now the rest of help because they need to be healthy. Maybe all hands on. I'll tell you what. Good luck finding out of injuries in the playoffs. But what our fingers crossed from Lou Lou and sometimes anybody, but listen, you do it. Terrific job love watching you love senior over at the rink in. I'll be on this bandwagon watching from afar, man. Enjoy it. They appreciate it's been a fun ride. All right. That's brandenburg. Of course, the play by play voice of the New York on the television side, always. A tremendous job with them. And of course, now he's got to sit and watch like the rest of us. But he's going to be doing some work at MSG too. Because that's always a lot of fun. The other big story. The other sweep I just can't believe I'm saying the Columbus. Blue jackets knocked off the Tampa Bay Lightning. The team that won the presidents trophy by twenty one points. The team that looked like an absolute juggernaut swept out of the playoffs by team that didn't clinch a playoff berth until the second to last day of the season. And this gentleman is joining me now was waiting for the elevator. After that second to last game of the season when the islanders when the the blue jackets clinched playoff berth. Jody Shelley does a tremendous job on television for them. Former ranger form a blue Jack and he joins us here on game conduct. But somebody now much big day here in Columbus. Obviously a. A lot of excitement around here yet. And you believe you just said that the light, and we were just going back to the conversation that game's over the Rangers had lost to the blue jackets, blue, jackets, clinch, a playoff berth. And we're waiting at the elevator. We're on our way to Pittsburgh. You guys were on your way. I think the Ottawa and and we're talking about who do you wanna play? You know is it Tampa is at Washington. And I think you didn't seem to be scared necessarily of Tampa. But did you ever dream that this was possible? No, I to be honest with you. I mean, no I did. And you know, maybe a seven game series six game. You know goes out away. You get an injury yourself in that was a mindset coming in. But the Sweetnam anyone tells you they thought that a complete liar. There's no way you would think that there was it was so stacked against them. They weren't playing great on at the end of the season either. I didn't think they were playing. Oh, hey, but I thought the Rangers man that was a heck of a game at the guard. You know? That's scared them a little bit. And then they went to Ottawa and it already quaint, so okay. But no, they weren't playing well and this series boy that game one. I don't know if you saw potential went up one one in the first period three nothing now. And then the blue jackets it was like the season was over. It was like the script was written for Tampa to stop them. And they found their game and this team which I don't think I didn't think was sorta relativism. Yeah. That was the feeling right? Because it wasn't like you guys made those trades at the deadline. Everything click. There's a better fact, he kind of fell back in the standings. And that was the exact fear. Jody was like did they get John Tortorella players? You know? And we saw that when he was with the Rangers. Right. Trying to turn Gabric into a shot blocker. You know, he was the guy that kind squelched the stars forcing them into baby systems. They didn't wanna play. But that was the feeling right? That maybe maybe Zingel and Duchenne maybe these guys just don't work under a Twitter rela system. And then it just all clicked was there a moment in time in the series. Or at all were you felt like it all kind of crystallized and came together. Yeah. -solutely and it was after the first period in Broschi came in the second period. Tampa had a power play with three nothing lead. He made a big save on Kutuzov there and at the end of the period made to ridiculous say's. And at the end of that, I think the teammate says teammates win the locker room and said, well, this guy's not quitting. Let's see what happens. And then they get two goals. I mean, the Savard goal was spectacular. I'm telling you really was take you take ten pox, twenty bucks. One hundred bucks. Buy yourself in the rink with no one else in it. And not score the way he did off that hoe so perfectly and they come with victory. Not only victory a belief. And I think the talk about Shane Zingel two players came here with no identity. They really didn't know what they had to do for this team where they fit in the team itself had no real commitment to what they were yet. So it was kinda like a staredown how we gonna do this. Are you guys gonna fit in or you as the way, and then you get the playoff hockey against the the best team we've seen here in NHL in a long time. And that's where courts it was the perfect scenario for towards towards sit. Okay. We're the underdog the only way we're going to beat him. It was all play this way. And then disease figures out that hey, I playing structure wait for my opportunity. I can score Shane's not out there. Trying to do too much figures out. Okay. If I play this way way from my opportunities in score, those things all happen and within the structure and the buying and the believe we saw something happen that you've seen many times in New York in the area. Sure is teams come together in that in that moment. You just wonder is it to easy to say that systems beat talent. Because you saw it with the islanders sweeping Pittsburgh. And then you see what the blue jackets did to the lightning is it that if you have a system and get everybody to buy in. It may be that can even out team. But that has more talent than you. I'm telling you it is something to fall back on. And when you see it work like you can believe in it. You can have the meetings. You can understand it you can figure it all. Yeah. This is a great idea. I want to see results from it. And you have player long island's great example, goaltending situation. They're in a system. It's simplified for them. Everything is predictable. Once you have results from that with bru- jackets early right away in this series, then benefit dangerous thing. And it always in tough times or intense times like last night game for pack building. Never have this organization seen the second round of the playoffs. Rhyme, there's nerves, but there's not nerve as an athlete if you can think about your system, your route your your job in the you know with the park without the puck. I think football, you know, those guys are on the road, you run your out or take care of your man nose-to-nose the net gives us all. If everyone just does their job and does things point after play. And you know, it's a good thing. You gotta have the talent to be able to do what you gotta have the speed. Yeah. The buying in system with the right group. And right talent is it's I think it's more dangerous than talent. Yes. Now Borowski Jody. He obviously did not have a great yard reputation in the postseason a lot of it was who is playing in front of him. But still as you said this team's never been out of the first round the disappointment last year winning the first two games in Washington. Only lose the series. Just what did anything change in him or just the personal in front of them play better? No, I think it changed him. I mean, I really think he is the moment to tobacco your last question. The other part of that not just believing in the system ski shut the door. I mean, but Broschi been large, and and and athletic and quit and Kern really been a star for these guys, and that's gonna do. Of course, that's confidence and leadership. He's a guy that stands alone, and you've seen it were goaltenders can grab series or grab moments to give them so much confidence. He guy that. Yeah. With the guys in front of great or no in spectacular for the for this year, but mostly in the series, he's been brilliant. And you know, there's times when like mining with score. And then there was a push Bob would make two or three Seve's tough, suits. And then the Atkinson settled down and get on really oppress to watch. Now, you weight, and I just asked Brendan Burke, this question voice of the islanders. I'll ask you. I'm sure you want the maple Maple Leafs in the Bruins beat up each other seven games every game go twelve overtimes. So they they're they're hurting by the time that they play you, but the rest versus rust you want some time off, but could there be too much time off especially with the momentum? That was built over the last week. No. Coaches at at continously again, and they re that time off while the opposition is playing told her up there. There's no such thing as too much phone. They don't think valuable especially now, these guys this is the manning system, and you've seen it up close and personal that the forward had to play the defense at the play in front of you. There's a couple of injuries and a couple of guys seen while is this Russian kit. Greg cough that may be in the mix. There's some good things that can happen. Get a week a weekend of rest. So no, I I don't think it's any problem. I think the way they played the confidence they have to positive any feeling either way. I know the players won't talk about in the organization won't talk about it. But do you have a strong feeling either way Boston or Toronto is the next match-up? Let me put it to you this way. This organization is never had a success against team wearing black and gold. So why not blue in what way? Same. Why not I live with that? You know, I certainly can live with that. How about John Tortorella you, of course know from your playing days, I think something changed in him after he left the Rangers. I remember having a conversation with him when he was let go by the Rangers. And he was taking the job with Vancouver. And I had him on the air. And I said you're gonna have to change John. You can't pull the stuff you pulled in New York and Tampa Vancouver men. They're gonna drive you up all and obviously ban couvert and go well for him. And then when I saw him in Columbus. Listen, he still onery. I'm sure he's very shirt short and curt with the media, and sometimes drive you guys crazy. I genuinely liked the guy, but he can be can get on your nerves. I think he's a lot different than it was in Tampa in New York, you know, better than I do is that a right assessment. Does he seemed to be a little bit more relaxed than it was ten years ago? I think there are definitely components of is is coaching style. That are definitely absolutely. He's mart, man. He's a guy that understands that he says he's on his back night of his career. This is it. He's a guy that has nothing to lose. You know, there is moments. And and this are the field for this team was find a way to win. And he said what that means for him as he has to turn away when mistakes happen. He knows there's momentum swings. You know that the team's not gonna play perfect game. He knows that players that he just spoke to told not to do thing. We'll go out and do it and say yes or turn away because he's players. You know, we got a lot of European players certain way, they wanna play the skill but towards his impatient with them. Now, there's still the flare with torch. There's still the par. We love about him. The passion the in your face to stand up for his his guys. He'll never lose that fire. But he's definitely backed off a little bit. He's smarter. He's a little more reserved. And yeah, he's you know, I agree with he's a joy to be around. He's a guy that right now these players love him. There's been times season. I'm sure they're saying. You know, we need a break from this guy right days. But that's just how it goes in this when he's building what he's done here. Great job, and listen all year long to I done a lot of Columbus blue jacket games. You're always there for an interview. You're always there to say Hello and get me educated on what's happening with the club. And I really appreciate it all year. Best luck the rest of the way. Matt, hopefully, we'll get in touch later on as you continue to move on many time. And it's my pleasure. And thanks for the kind where you got it. That's Jody Shelley, of course, former hockey player in the National Hockey League. Sure. Working with the Columbus. Blue jackets, always does a great job with their games. And of course, played a heck of a career as well about around quite a bit with the San Jose Sharks blue jackets Rangers flyers in somewhat of an enforcer. But really analyzes the game. Well, and that Columbus blue jackets teams, just pulling off a miracle, man. We really start assessing where this all ends up, historically, but I will say this. I think a lot of it depends on what Columbus ends up doing. And what I mean by that is if Columbus say get swept by Boston or Toronto goes quietly in that good night. I think it makes it even more of an upset if Columbus pulls off with kings did in twenty twelve because women the kings beat the Vancouver Canucks in five we were in shock. Our jaws dropped an AT just knocked off the team that went to the Stanley Cup. Final the year before one the presidents trophy that year and gets beaten the first round in five games down three games. I mean, just ridiculous, right? And we don't think about that. Because the kings went on the win the Stanley Cup that year went to the conference final the next year. And then won the Stanley Cup again in two thousand fourteen. So we don't look at that as a great upset because the kings ended up going on a mini dynasty run. So if the blue jackets win the Cup this year go to the conference final next year when the Cup the next year after that, maybe it won't look back as folly at that sweep. We'll just look at kind of with the patriots beat the Rams the first time in the Super Bowl was hey, we thought it was an upset at the time. But look at the dynasty, they became. So what the blue jackets end up doing down the stretch will. Determine how we look at that sweep of Tampa. But I gotta tell you in the now living in the moment. Tell me something it was more shocking. I mean, I'll be the first to admit it. I had Ida gave Columbus no shot zero. I mean, at least with the I picked the islanders win that series. Many other people did as well, not picking a sweet, but listen, it was still a team that had home-ice advantage little team that had a better record than Pittsburgh during the course of the year. But the Tampa Bay Lightning were juggernaut. Twenty one point two head of the second place team for the president's trophy. What a plus thirty four goal-differential over second-place Calgary. They scored one hundred more goals than they allowed kucherov stamp. Coasts Johnson Cologne points headman, which was a huge loss, by the way. Because he obviously wasn't one hundred percent in the first two games. And they certainly missed him in the last two Vasa Levski is gonna win the Vezina. How awkward? Are be the award ceremony in Vegas. There's a very good possibility at the award ceremony in Vegas. They're gonna nounce John Cooper for the jackass Adams trophy for coach of the year. Right. That's a less. Good to win the Vezina trophy for goaltender of the year. The right kucherov is already one. The the Ross for the points. He's going to win the MVP. He's gonna win the Hart trophy Tana's gonna walk out with the hardware. Didn't win a game in the postseason. Maybe the team that wins. The Stanley Cup of the today is not going to have anybody winning anything. Right. I mean, maybe the almers would be Columbus wins it heck Vegas might turn around and win it after missing missing last year. I it's it's really incredible. But I think history will to determine where this lands. But right now, I can't think of a bigger upset it just it's absolutely incredible. Believe it or not there were other games last night. The jets tied the blues as again the road team wins four straight games in the series all won by the visiting team. And this one was a problem for Saint Louis scoreless through the first two periods of the game. And then Tarasenko scores thirty five seconds on the power play. And you're thinking all right. This is finally gonna turn home team's gonna win blues. They're gonna take it three one series lead. But then shy flea scores as that line of shy. Flea Connor and we lower combined seven thirty three into the third period tied the game in one and then that line with Connor scoring six. Oh, two into overtime gives the jets victory. And so now become. The best of three series with Winnipeg getting two of those three games on home ice. But is that a good thing because nobody's been able to win at home in this series? And Winnipeg's got a history of struggling and home recently in the postseason. So I'm not sure if that's good news, bad news the way, I look at it. As a eventually a home team's going to have to win the series avance up being Winnipeg game five than they would take three two series lead. And put the Saint Louis blues on the brink faceoffs continue to be a problem for Winnipeg. They only one thirty nine percent of the draws this game was conservatively called only three power play opportunities in the game to for Saint Louis as I said, they converted on the first goal in the only goal of the game from Tarasenko. So that series of even two games apiece. And gotta stick to my guns on what I said going into this game that the GoldenEye win. They're gonna win the series actually said the lightning in the penguins would have a better chance of coming back down three. Oh than the sharks have coming back. Three one. I'm gonna stand by that again Osho for the sharks. Go. Golden Knights win five to nothing in this game to take three one series lead. No Joe Thornton in this game. Patch ready has a four point night. That's huge only twenty eight shots on goal for the sharks really not facing elimination. But certainly a desperate team on the road. Just couldn't generate a lot of offense. Patch Radi scores a minute and eleven seconds in. And then when Theodore scores, I think the backbreaker late net first period to make it to nothing. I never got a sense the sharks have an answer the rest of the way in patch. Right. He's gonna wake up and it looks like he may as he now has four goals so far in these playoffs. Which is really amazing and stone continues to just be unbelievable to the nine ten points. Ready in the postseason? Maybe Vegas duplicate what they did last year, especially with the one seed Calgary down two games to one in their series against Colorado. Very much wide open Dallas in Nashville beating each other up. So I think the sharks are done not mathematically. But certainly in a lot of trouble on be doing the. Pre imposed for sharks Vegas on Westwood One. Tomorrow. We're gonna have coverage beginning at nine forty five. Check your local listings for that. You can also find it on Sirius XM's, I'll be proud to be a part of that. And I think the sharks are in big time. Trouble to see if they can find a way to survive that series at least four Sogame six back in Vegas coming up over the weekend. Or let's hear from you at Donald Gregg hashtag game is conduct. Let's go Joseph says, assuming San Jose can't pull off a dramatic comeback should aboard be concerned for his job. Do you see some sort of tear down a lot of the Rangers in the near future? Yes. I think Pete Deboer would be a little bit of trouble here. There were so many expectations around the sharks team. And if they go quietly in the first round in five games with home-ice advantage. The fact that they played so poorly down the stretch, costing themselves of the number one seed in the conference not that it would imagine. Anyway, the way they were playing, but still these are things that were earmarked to let's see how they do in the postseason. Can they turn it back on and? Don't divorce been there awhile went to a Stanley Cup final with the sharks back in two thousand sixteen but the borstal lost his job in New Jersey after taking them to the Stanley Cup final in two thousand twelve so I don't think that saves divorce job. So I do think there's going to be so major changes. We're talking about changes to coaching was made official yesterday. Tom McLaughlin, new head coach, Los Angeles Kings. There was major speculation he'd go to buffalo. But his son was playing in the frozen four in buffalo. So people kinda misunderstood him being there for that as interviewing for the sabre job. So he's the new head coach of the Los Angeles Kings. And I think he do a great job there. Forever. T eight says it's official that the lightning or is it official. The whitening are. Now the most overrated team in NFL history. How can you say they're not now this is also a little bit of an issue for for the lightning. I thought it was a positive for them going in. But it's kind of a negative is that this has been a team that's been knocking on the door. Right. I mean, this is a team that went to the Stanley Cup final in twenty fifteen went to the conference final last year. You know, they're up three games. Two two against Washington. So they've no lost six consecutive postseason games. Which is incredible. So yeah, that's certainly going to be in the conversation. A team loaded with Talon a team that has had postseason success, but just couldn't get over the hump. And then they go and having this to stork regular season bow out in colossal, dumpsters fashioned. And another thing narrative that's been bouncing around here. They just gave John Cooper contract extension. He's not losing his job. Okay. A matter of fact, maybe they can pull Virginia and go from losing in the first round the winning the whole thing next year. This is certainly something that's going to hang over the Lightning's head. I don't care if they go undefeated next year, it's going to become a thing. But I think the firing John Cooper is necessarily going to be the way to go there. Let's see Bradley says the penguins following the path of the Blackhawks and kings, technically lost their last six playoff games. Love the podcast. Well, are they getting older? Well, I mean Sidney Crosby had one hundred point season. Getting Malcolm was hurt. But still. Seventy two points when he's healthy still wanna most dominant players Lee Murray Zhong Jensen's young Tang. He's had his injury his threes. But he's not an old man by any stretch. I don't think that they're old necessarily, but maybe is it stale or maybe is it just that they had a bad match up. But I kind of look deeper at the penguins. I mean, this is a team going into the last month of the season having insured a a Stanley Cup playoff spot yet. You know, they're not a championship team anymore. And they're starting to get away from that. Now, I don't think it's time to blow it up. I don't think they're going the kings and the Blackhawks just yet, but another year of this another first round exit or God forbid if you're a penguin fan missing the playoffs completely next year. Maybe they maybe they're heading in that direction. I just don't think they're there yet Daniels. Hey, Don, I gotta say even as a ranger fan. I'm kind of hoping for a Toronto versus Allders conference final. It would be an epic storyline and a crazy series to watch. But of course, you probably know who I would wanna see win that. I'm looking at these match. Chose. Columbus is a tremendous story. Because now at the kind of become the darlings of the sports world and Ola hockey fans wanna see people become interested in their sport. I think Columbus can do that. Plus they play a heck of hockey game. Let's let's not lose sight of the fact that Columbus deserve to win that series. All right. Maybe nobody picked them. But they've got Panara and Zingel Shane Seth Jones is a legitimate star. But Brodsky's been a regular season goaltender that has been elite. Just hasn't been able to put it together in the postseason until this year. But Columbus Toronto Boston the islanders. The winner of Carolina Washington in any of those combinations down the stretch and the second third and Stanley Cup. Final is going to be pretty exciting. And why are fanatic says is it fair to say the blue jackets weeping, the lightning in the first round is the biggest upset in NHL playoff history. While again, it's in the conversation, but only time will tell but I will say this the difference between the Canucks losing in the first round of the kings and the lightning losing in the first round the Columbus Vancouver won the the president trophy. That year by two points, Tampa one by twenty one points. I mean, there wasn't even a second that they were not gonna win the presidents trophy. It's unbelievable choices. First of all, congratulations to the Columbus. Blue jackets all their fans their first playoff series win will always be remembered. Unfortunately for me, all my practice got busted. But hey, that's the NHL. Right. So Don the Greco where the Tampa Bay Lightning go from here. That's a good question member. They didn't do anything the deadline now you can't kill them for that. Because the islanders didn't do anything the deadline and then ended up getting out of the first round. I think they gotta get a little tougher. You know, and I don't know how they do that. But if they had a Reeves if they had a Wilson, I think that can go a long way to helping them I can't pinpoint specifically how might have helped in his series. But just overall not allowing their stars to push around. Maybe kucherov doesn't feel like he has to go out there and retaliate. If there's somebody that can play a physical game and being healthy. I think I think they were. To lose the series anyway, because they got swept but fixer headman not being a hundred percent turned out to be a big deal. It really did. So you don't wanna get overly crazy and say that we gotta blow this thing up. I still think they're exceptionally talented. And I do think next year might be different season for them. David says for all the talk of Columbus trying to avoid tap. It turned out to be the best thing crazy but unhappy for the blue jackets getting the first playoff series win in franchise history. Big prostitutes to his coaching was rather masterful that series it was. And I'm glad that Jodi brought up that seems like he's changed a little bit. And I think he's really done a terrific job as coach he would w says the lightning being swept issue shocking. As like a Ferrari hitting a blizzard do trade it in for a Honda like the authors of the Columbus, blue jackets. I think you've gotta come up with a system. I mean, we talked about with Jody Shelley is that nobody's ever turn down talent. All right. But it's not it's not the NBA where I think the most talented team usually wins. But in the NHL, you gotta have to have a system, but you also need talent. To the Columbus. Blue jackets have talent. I just we just outlined that. But like Jodi said when things aren't going well, and you're kind of panic when you play a system, and you memorize that system. It's easier muscle, memory wise to fall back and do the things you necessarily need to do when sometimes Tekle Jekyll, and it's crazy. And you don't know when you you get yourself out of position. And you think just your skills are gonna work your way through it. You know, sometimes it doesn't work out that way, according says, this is kind of a stupid question. But if the islanders the jackets have to wait a week or ten days for the next series to start does this time of help them or does it hinder them from getting the intensity restarted? I've it's interesting Jodi said that the the people around the National Hockey League say you always take rest and I do understand along eighty two game season. And even though the blue jackets and the only played four more games in the postseason. There's a lot of bodies that need that rest. But I do think that there is a line of demarcation where you can get too much rest. Both. These teams are riding a wave of emotion that it's going to be stifled a bit by having to play a team. That's also gonna be writing away of winning and have played more recently. Now, you want those teams to beat up on each other. But maybe having them both goes seven games, maybe five six get a couple of days off. But at some point once once it gets close to a week. I think that's an issue. And I think history shown that I remember the two thousand and three Stanley Cup final, you know, the devils went seven with auto and the conference final the ducks swept Minnesota, the ducks had the weight like nine ten days, and they were completely flat in the first two games of the series and fell behind and they eventually got their legs and forced a game seven. But you don't wanna put yourself in a situation where you're a little lackadaisical in that first game and you get bit. So we'll have to wait and see. But I do think there is a line of having enough rest or too much rest. So I do think that line somewhere always around four once it exceeds five six days, I think it becomes a bit of a problem. Rob. Says how does a team like Tampa that one sixty two games during the regular season approach the off to view the playoffs as an aberration? Or do they make changes? Well, I think to do both. I think you gotta look at it and say, we can't panic these things happen. But what can we do to try to get better? And I said, adding a little tuft is probably wouldn't be a bad idea. Okay. Making little tweaks here and there, so you're not blowing it up. But I think it also be foolish to just say, hey, it was an aberration where you'll right back next year. And do it all over again. And maybe their approach is a little bit different. Maybe John Cooper can adjust some things on how we handle the series. I think one of the biggest problems as well. For tampa. Was the fact we just talked about rest versus rust. How is it for a team that basically had nothing to play for since Christmas having to take on a team that had to go almost to the final weekend and literally to the second last day of the season clinch uplift spot. Maybe there's an edge there in a league that so close to begin with. With that you just can't help. But allow them to take advantage of. So I'm sure John Cooper will look at that. All right. We had a big one because there's a big historic day with the two sweeps and the big upset certainly with the blue jackets winning. So we wanted to talk to Brandenburg thanks to him from MSG television. Thanks, of course, Jody Shelley over at FOX in Columbus. Does a great job as the color analyst on television. They're now those guys have to take seat and watch their teams play on national television. I'm sure that's a fair trade for them. Blue jackets in the second round for the first time in franchise history. The islanders in the second round for just the second time since nineteen Ninety-three -gratulations. Those teams have fun tonight with the other games that are going on in the NHL. Let's not forget that there are games tonight series to continue an extra day off for the the hurricanes and the Washington Capitals. So they're not playing tonight, but three other series will continue Bruins and the leaves Toronto Toronto's up two games to one that's at seven at eight o'clock. It's the stars and the predators from Dallas nationals up two games to one. And I think is a very interesting game at ten tonight. The avalanche and the flames from Colorado, Ken, the planes recover after a couple of tough back to back losses and the avalanche right now riding high with Nathan MacKinnon, maybe in the conversations one of the best players right now in the National Hockey League's all this to be talked about coming up tomorrow. Thanks again for everybody listening. 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COVID, space, and some desperately needed rain, this week

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COVID, space, and some desperately needed rain, this week

"Hey welcome to friday. Welcome to week in review. I'm bill radke. It's great to have you along here. This is the time of week when we sit together for an hour and we figure out what happened this week. What it all means. We collect a panel of journalists to do that together. We've got seattle times investigations editor. Jonathan martin with us jonathan. Great to see you again. Thank you for the wave up to bill. And and the words kiro seven government and politics reporter essex porter good to be back sir. Always in his automobile or somebody's not a bill. You could be test driving that thing for all. I know okay by the way i can. I know this. Because i see all my guests. We're live streaming the show on youtube and facebook and you can join us online by searching for k. u. a. w. public radio. We also have from the seattle. Gay news tacoma weekly and the capitol hill seattle blog contributing writer rene raketi great to see you. Thanks for coming on rene thank. Have you back on the program. It's a pleasure feeling about an inch and a half rain or so this weekend. How's that sitting with you. I'm ready to get out there. Jumping subtitles get wet. Yes i guess. We've got very windy. Conditions coming this weekend to it's going to be all stormy but rain and is going to mean some snow on mount rainier. It's been embarrassing to see mount rainier naked. So i'm looking forward to that to her covering up to him covering up. Although i did read that the it's not just it's not just bare rock that i was looking at that the snow. The lack of snow reveal some dark. Glacier is so it's not quite as not quite as bad as it looked it actually. I know summer. I shouldn't declare over right. The drought and fire season is not quite over yet. Is that fair to say so they. They're clam tax remember last year in twenty twenty Who is the late. September that we all that smoke so we gotta remember that. It's not over yet. It's twenty twenty one is still going We had some credible fires a blue from california oregon And we've had some pretty mild fires in western washington this year. Thank god but as we know like except for twenty nineteen puget sound cleaner agency said that four out of five of the past. Summer's been the most significant as far as smoke events. So this is something we need to continue to watch odyssey to express some concern about You know what's happening with our environment. Summers are drier. Warmer weather is lasting longer so while smoke likely. Be more commonplace in the concern. Press going forward. I think a lot of us You know at rh were feeling that was going to be climate change. But it's not going to be necessarily so traumatic during our time. We were trying to prevent climate change from being more dramatic decades from now but it seems very dramatic now. I was driving across the country a week just before labor day. The weather was beautiful. It would have been clear cloudless skies but when you got to eastern washington idaho wyoming colorado. You could just tell. There was a lot of wildfire smoke in the air. Just a brown haze for that for that entire portion of of the trip. And you know it's just. Climate change is more media than we've been hoping for smoke higher altitudes which led to the most beautiful sunsets. I've seen in years. I definitely got my camera out and took some pictures of that and we shouldn't forget really. You know the aftermath of those hurricanes and storms in the south and the east coast toward devastating there again. Storms howard by the extra heat in the atmosphere. The good news is that the wildfire season western washington Appears to be over with. This rain is my colleague evan. Bush reported this week But we really did get We get pretty lucky in western. Washington was not as bad of a smoke season is it certainly was last year. I think maybe The early closure of state lands Made me made a difference Lots fires are caused by by us. and we also frankly. I got lucky. there's a fair portion of wildfires. That all start by whiting those fires that really choked in winthrop's smoke was like more in in winthrop Okinawan we start by wildfires. But i think we we may have maybe dodged a bullet At least for now on the more more smoke being you around us. Yeah the state to public lands. Commissioner gave some credit to expanded air firefighting air fleet. But i talked to. Someone named von cork from the natural resource department. He told me mostly it was atmospheric flow. We typically get wind you know on shore moving in from the ocean. That's not unusual but he was surprised that we didn't have any significant offshore flow events. You know we never really had that switch which usually happens at some point so that not only did that. Keep the snow. The smoke from blowing in from eastern washington oregon bc. We'll also the fact that the air coming over the ocean is moist. We didn't dry out our western washington moss and lichens and forest litter which when it drives out is real fuel. So he he was saying wait he said was everything lined up just right and he used the analogy of swiss cheese that we used to have lots of layers of protection against smokey summer. We we've just got a certain amount of fuel we've got a. We've got a topography helping us out. We've got weather patterns. We got firefighters staff and no layer is perfect. They've got holes in them like swiss cheese. But if you layer the mall on top of each other those holes almost never lineup. But now we're in a situation. The drought in the heat of made it so all. Those layers are less protective. So so we've got less cheese and more whole welcome to fugit sound region less cheese more whole okay. Well here's a yeah. I'm also looking for to jumping in puddles just like you renee. This is kind of a good segue to our our first big news topic of the week. Because i do think the pandemic is about to get harder just because it is getting wetter and colder outside and and that's just going to make it make it harder to dodge that virus and i think research search you know is expected is probably coming and that means that we're likely to see a strain on our healthcare system that other states have experienced Like idaho you know other parts of the country especially where you know vaccination and mass or more lax. Yes that's right do you all do you know where your proof vaccine is. I had you. I was in new york where they require. the vaccine. true to go into places need places they have their own little. So i have mine on the new york app. Where you have your driver's license and a vaccine car a the just showing a picture of the vaccine card seems a little bit strange to me. I am kind of wondering about this. Vaccine passport Model that has been talked about I don't know it doesn't seem weird at a seems i kind of like improve your Vaccinate of just showing a picture thaad. That's that's the criticism of the new york App it actually is pretty thin proof But it does make it convenient for you to to have both your i d and your vaccine carnovale will But it's you know Washington state apparently is working on a different voluntary apple. With the governor's leith announcement. It'll be interesting to see how that ties into your statewide vaccine record that you can access online for those folk. I just saw rene just wanted to. I didn't really make it clear that this is I bring this up. Because king county is is requiring these this proof of either either vaccination or a recent negative cova test starting late october if you want to go into a supermarket but into a into a restaurant not outdoor. Dining restaurant gyms theaters. So that's coming in late october. Yes rene you were saying. A lot of restaurants and crafts here on capitol hill and in seattle have already been requiring proof of showing your guard. I've had to do it several times more than happy to do that. And if it like you know keeps us from having a search At least here in seattle more than happy to do it. I really don't end up. Places like countless county where they're declaring emergency because their margins are full and their funeral homes or capacity so whenever we can do here in seattle. I'm willing to help. And i hope the rest of the state will follow along because obviously we're seeing and those outlying areas a lot of people were not willing to put a mask or get back to noted which is where we're seeing the rise in cobra rates. Well seattle's mayor thinks that thinks that rene is in the majority in seattle mayor. Durkan doesn't says she doesn't expect restaurants and concert goers in bar patrons to to revolt against this rule he used to before you can go into a bar. He got show. Ad and so part of showing the idea showing your your something shows on twenty one years showing that i've got a that i'm vaccinated so i think there are problems. We will do what we need to do to protect those businesses. Who are doing the right thing again. I'm really hopeful that we won't have those problems. They've been very infrequent in the city of seattle. No one should be harassed for doing their job particularly when their job is doing something trying to keep everybody else safe. Our reporter ali show neal was talking about this this morning. And saying that. Apparently you're gonna see complaint based enforcement so probably less enforcement in the areas of king county Where where people are not. They're not turning in businesses for not enforcing this does that make any that was convoluted but that but in a for example if if claw people are less likely to mind that this restaurant is not checking vaccine proof. Then maybe they're not gonna report that business and it's going to be sort of allowed to go on more so than in a place like seattle. It's probably takes a lot of weight off Restaurant owners and club owners and because instead of having to a voluntary enforcement and you have occasional person that objects now you just say this is the rule enforcing enforcing the rule and have a uniformity about new here. We we do hear from a restaurant and hospitality representatives that they feel like restaurants especially have carried too much of the burden. And that you know they're already doing a good job that you know. It's other businesses. That need to carry more of the of focused only seems to be on restaurants in hospitality and i do understand this difference in between larger restaurants. I'm at smaller restaurants. Small restaurants have maybe until the summer to comply ethics or or. Jonathan can elaborate on that. Yeah i think that's right gets its phased in think. I think you're right. About december. four smaller restaurants the the uh Association said they issued a statement and said cova spreads everywhere in any policy to reduce the spread must similarly apply everywhere anything less than that amounts to using our industry which has been the hardest hit by far as a carrot and stick for the small percentage of people in king county who've been unwilling to be vaccinated. But you know on the other hand is the fact that people don't eat with masks on and you know it's i find it much easier to distance in my grocery store which won't have to comply with this then packed in a theater or people huffing puffing in a gym people in a bar restaurant so there's thinking about white white is seattle's been an basically cove bubble. We've had extraordinarily low case rates very high vaccination rates. I think seattle is. It's a kind of tend to be rule followers. If you sanity intersection downtown and see the lack of jaywalkers too. But i also think that you know because we nation here with a significant outbreak. The image of those ambulances lined up outside of life care of kirkman was seared on us early on and it was very real very soon russ. Do you think Essex these state workers because all all state workers now are going to have to they have a vaccine mandate without the possibility of just showing a negative test. And there's a lawsuit mostly from state troopers in prison guards. But there's there's some ferry workers there's a u. dub medicine employees and they are challenging this lawsuit challenging the the mandate from the governor. What is there. What is their case. Basically in this particular lawsuit challenging it on a number of grounds on a number of of what they believe were constitutional grounds They they say that In contravention of the washington constitution it requires An invasion of the person in invasion of the citizens bodily integrity What they call the vaccine When i covered this. I spoke with constitutional larger jeffrey needle and he said this particular lawsuit the way it is Drafted he said. It's really one of the more poorly drafted constitutional challenges. He's seen in a long time. He doesn't he thinks there might be a way to challenge the mandate but he doesn't think this lawsuit does a very good job of it because it it kinda just piles on stuff like the right to assembly and the right to privacy and free speech which don't seem to have much to do with vaccines talks about is that has a lot of plaintiff's there are there are the named plaintiffs At the very top of the lawsuit but there is a total of ninety people who are named in the lawsuit and then they also say we may want to amend it to add thirty to fifty thousand more people so You know the lawsuit definitely Will have its challenges. You and the been mattel's a lot of times on is komen emergency proclamations. And he hasn't lost a case court yet but really the does have pretty broad a public health powers granted by the legislature. Should point out that so They you know he's he's used these mercy powers of course in ways that are you know controversial and if you have one of the strictest mandates in the country for vaccination and You know that. I think if if the even if they should prevail in this lawsuit in walla walla would of course head straight to the you're at the state supreme court and the state supreme court is a pretty liberal composition right now quite liberal composition and has been differential to executive power so not playing lawyer here on radio but You know that's that's the read. I'm getting people. I think in las probably prison guards This was filed them wallow county and while the state prison is the largest You know prison and employer in washington state among the government employees and You know thing that concerns me is that you know are correction facilities are about fifty percent unvaccinated. Allow those folks include a corrections officers And so what happens like You know. I'm concerned that if you october. Eighteenth khansa deadline for these folks folks to get vaccinated and they have to go on unpaid leave or you know the get terminated. What does that do for. The safety of prisoners in our you know corrections facilities could lead signs safe conditions. We could have officers other correction officers walking off the job because of those conditions You know the same thing is true with other first responders We need our state patrol. We need our Santa police officers. We need them to be able to respond to emergencies to be there for the public And what happens. You know if a unit or a precinct house an outbreak of kobe. You know we need them to be there. We need those response. Times to be low Nfl aren't willing to take just a the bare minimum getting vaccinated. I two sympathy for people. Who have long to some objection. But you know if you know. But unfortunately i don't think that's majority of people on some surprises. Say we've had almost five thousand. We had four thousand seven hundred. Nine people apply for an exemption to in other vaccination requirement so far based on medical exemptions but You know when it comes to first responders. I'm sorry. I hate to go on a limb here and beyond journalistic i did that. They're putting the public health at risk. There's a game of political chicken being played here. I mean the the the mandate obviously make sense public health perspective. But if you have mom say washington always struggling to have to to have ferry workers and we see cancellation of ferry runs often because workers. Don't show up coastguard. Certified you know we think about the workers being willing to say we will not just walk off. The job will be fired in mass. And this This date on october eighteenth. It's gonna interesting. Sales plays out because individual agencies. As far as i understand it the exemptions. Granting exemptions is up to individual agencies and then the disciplinary actions result violating the policy as up to individual agencies. So i think we should watch closely about how how the enforcement of this is actually plays out when the rubber hits the road and he's agencies realized they may be suddenly losing five eight. Ten percent of their workforce. Yeah maybe there'd be more willing to make those accommodations is right now. You can get a you can get an exemption and still is your job if your employer says that they can't accommodate you. They can't make your job work in a way that that keeps people safe. I don't think everybody knows that we can't have upstairs weren't willing to go on the street and interact with the public Does not work for their ass. Majority of patrol officers. Why is it that jonathan why. They're not allowing proof of antibody tests as a way of saying. I don't what this vaccine. But i have some protection some because i've had the I've had the disease. Is that going to be allowed. It is an interesting. I've been thinking about that recently. I always like to think of third way politics and You know the antibody An antibody test shows. You have a level of antibodies that provides protection could be a way around this. The research on antibody tests is not nearly as clear as the vaccine. So say that i'm. I'm not advocating for an antibody test without the research behind it however You know if if the research does become clear It would seem to be an an antibody levels at a at a level that which you actually have. Protection could be a more effective way preventing coverted than recent test out. You can take a test and five minutes later. Catch cove and incubates in you. So i think the research on the antibody test is going to be interesting to watch in this. This mandate conversation liked it when it comes to the antibodies has. How effective is that. Compared to the vaccine if someone actually gets coded how effective is that at keeping that person from spreading cone the vaccine may be better and keeping you from spreading code but not perfect but but better governor. Inslee gets this question. He's got a couple of times was asked just last week and he tells a story of attending a corrections officers funeral is says that corrections officer tested negative thirty time for catching cove it and then ended up dying from kogo so for him. The tests are are not nearly effective enough and that's why that's his explanation for. Why testing is not part of the choice. We've got we've got to move on here at the weekend review just in case. You're just joining us that that test is one of the one of the things you can show in king county starting late next month you can show a test within a negative kobe. Test within seventy two hours to get into a bar or restaurant show theater jim and then that starts october twenty fifth. Finally just what. Something we're watching. Is that the highest. I believe he's the highest paid employee in the state of washington. The head football coach of the washington state cougars. The cougars don't know if they're going to need a head football coach soon. Because he has said is that he's not going to get the vaccine. He won't say why he said he's going to comply. But he didn't comply by getting shot. So i don't know if he's going to get an exemption. I don't know if he's going to get an accommodation but that's a football one. Note that a lot of cougar fans. I'm sure we'll be watching. We'll see if we find something out before they apple cup. Okay we we're gonna roll on in just a moment here with the week in review with jonathan martin and essex porter and rene rickety. We are on facebook and youtube search. Kowoc public radio and watch the show. There we'll be right back. This is bill radke. I'm glad you're listening you along with chris. Some broschi of everett can watch the show on youtube or facebook assuming that chris has excellent youtube streaming capability in space. This is a data engineer from everett. Who is orbiting earth right now Ilan elon musk's company spacex. Actually got a you know. They're you elon. Musk is a billionaire but his company got another billionaire to pay for this. It's a charity event. The founder of payments processing company paid an estimated hundred million. We don't know and also held a lottery to see who gets to go up so this everett data manager. Chris broschi actually lost a lottery but a college money in his won the lottery and gave him the ticket. Maybe sold fans sure. Yeah lean on me. If i if i have something i can do if i have a ticket to space just call you got it so how how did first of all just curious how you reacted to the news. Which think of that. Are you headed in space. When you can. I would be willing to go to space. I'm looking for a billionaire to sponsor me. But look i heard that there's a lot of things involved Heard that they Climbed mount rainier. And may they involved in several of studies and simulations they had zero gravity airplane flight which is obviously nausea. Inducing mouth at center few sessions they had hijab maneuvers after hearing all that was like maybe i should be thinking. I plan okay. Fair enough so that this is the first time the earth has been orbited by a crew of all civilians as they say no professional astronauts the pilot is a geology professor but the apparently the spacecraft essentially navigates itself now downside is they are exposed to more radiation than the international space station astronauts so there there are definitely monitoring their health but if all goes well. They splashed down on. Saturday and in january spacex is supposed to send more people. Possibly rene if you can get over your objective ask for more people to the international space station and tom cruise is scheduled to fly to the station for a movie project next year. Sting yeah yeah interesting. So jeff jeff. As i've said a nice tweet they've had he's had some snark with elon. Musk but jeff. Bezos congratulated them said. It's another step towards a future where spaces accessible to all of us. Okay so let's let's get back to the the earthly news as we do here on the weekend review we've got a new poll out from a very well. Respected longtime seattle pollster. Showing that bruce harrell is leading the seattle mayoral race. Among likely voters out of four hundred likely voters forty-two percent said they now for now plan to vote for herald. A twenty-seven percent say they plan to vote for city council president lorena gonzalez but twenty four percent still undecided and the polls got an error rate plus or minus five percentage points and the election is what is it. Seven weeks away or so november third. So i respect this pollster. Stuart stuart elway. I also find myself taking election. Polls seriously than i used to. I'm curious what my journalists friends here. What what do you think of this. What does it say to you. I a people get their ballots in the mail. I on the fifteenth of october. So it's it's not. It's not a full seven weeks away. People start voting thanks. It's been less than a mile. Yes yes excellent point yes thanks and it looks like we have a couple of contrasting polls here you know the cross cut elway. Paul gives herald clearly and pretty quickly Gonzalez campaign released a poll and really just one page of their poll showing up. The race was tied at forty five percent. Each seems imply. There's almost nobody undecided. Which isn't usually i think the case at this at this early stage I suspect are far more people who are still really undecided or or not quite completely decided on this race. Glad go As possible. Because i do believe that there are a great number progressive voters who have yet to make vision and also i take. These are not the kind of people at least the people. I know who participate in. Polls they don't take calls from block numbers or inevitably. They're trying to sold something so they just hang up the phone so but Looking forward to this race they think it's gonna be a referendum on the city of seattle in the values of the voters are there was a lot of people who are concerned about the protests cove nineteen and stay at the mandates as well as homelessness. Now i think some of those people want to get back to the way things they perceive things. Where even if those things don't work for a lot of people here in seattle including those are almost Or concerned about bias pleasing but I think there was a shift from mark conservative values more traditional values and i think fab bruce arrow represents that candidate. Those people would be most attracted to. I like this race. A little bit of a deja vu from twenty nineteen where you had asleep of more sort of pragmatic progressives and then of an asleep more ideological progressives and that according to campaign console to talk to the the the the race was tilting Typically the showman want you're gonna go in race and capitol hill was tilted more towards the pragmatic of come over centrist approach with an amazon. Remember dropped in that big pile of money and it became a referendum. Basically people hating hating big big tack absent. We don't have that this time around the chamber of commerce actually folded up it's It's pack and either factor. We have in this race. Is that unlike twenty. Nineteen you really have an increase in gun violence. There is a genuine concern about about violence. And addition to that that number of tents on the street i believe our product homeless teams reported increased fifty percent during the pandemic so homelessness was always visible in seattle. But it became much more so in the pandemic. so if you're thinking about a referendum about the status quo where seattle has leaned progressively more further and further. Left over the past. You know since about two thousand thirteen or so It would seem to be You know leaning more towards the sort of the programmatic more centrist candidates. I think bruce harrell sort fashion himself in sara nelson in the citywide council race and maybe also in the city attorney's race although in mature progressive and davidson is but that said that we also have the history recent history in seattle going opposite direction. So this is gonna be a really fascinating race to watch at jonathan match. The gun pilots. We've got remember. Because of the pandemic more people have been buying guns to armour guns on the streets than there were previous and so that is leading to more gun. Violence and gun deaths Obviously in seattle. We've seen unfortunately very one after another after another. Which is obviously very alarming. And i would imagine very alarming to the voter so i definitely do those playing a role in this race. It i would. I would also say though that the progressives in this race come with strong basis and strong grassroots campaigns and an akita oliver who is well known and love strong campaign is going to bring out a lot of voters or not wanted to be bruce voters and the democracy vouchers in play in this race. Also probably benefits the more populous candidates like Like nikita oliver Where you get An ability to the ability to fundraise with an army of volunteers. Some really been a game changer for shanteau politics as well. I know forgetting something. That's democracy mattress gotta get doesn't right so or i will. We'll keep following that election races. I wonder outside of seattle in. Dc wondered at anyone read that buzzfeed piece about seattle's congress member mill. John paul supposedly being very hard on her employees. I wonder what you jonathan. You're nodding what did you. What did you think of that piece. I have the pleasure of directing the investigations team for the seattle times. And i tell you if we were going to run that we would have done a lot. More sourcing The anonymous sourcing is Is interesting but you need more sources. For every anonymous source you have The framing of it of course is interesting. It's basically privilege apolo hypocrite Advocating for worker in the campaign and on the floor of the house but behind doors. She's just a terrible boss. The other hand you know. Maria cantwell had this reputation for a number of years. Really run through staff and it feels like the. The quality of the treatment of staff is a little bit of an inside baseball thing. It hasn't it's not the kind of thing that a voter is going to vote on But i think if if we see the turnover in jaipur office continuing to be extraordinarily high That might be something more for the future agree with jonathan here one hundred percent. I know that. She's one of the highest profile progresses in congress chair of the congressional progressive caucus. So she is going to be sensitive to this. And i expect we'll see some minor changes in her office however tc is known as you know providing tough conditions and low pay. I kind of Positions and so when buzzfeed interviewed all these anonymous. Staffers honestly don't think it'll damage her political At all in fact at twenty twenty no. She won by eighty percent of the vote and expect to see her opponent in the next election. Obviously bring this up. But i don't think it's going to have any impact on the election. Offer off the store. They quote john. Paul's chief of staff or on the record. The chief of staff makes them point about this. Being the kind of sexist microscope that women leaders can be put under. I still matters how advocates for workers. Treat their own employees. And we've really yet. To hear from john paul her cell phone that I another of asan. We would like to hear from her. Yeah well. I suppose if if you are jonathan. Use the word hypocrite. I know these. Don't lie out you know your your gender racer identity doesn't necessarily line up with how progressive you are but if if someone is is seen as very much on the on the workers side and then they are said to be a tough boss. I wonder if it opens up that for from a media point of view it makes the the story that much more interesting enough to run with it. That that you're going to be prone to the hypocrite lead. That makes that gets the center around. I think that rene point to about dc being tough place to work low. Pay long hours high-pressure and frankly we know many politicians who are not good bosses winning office and being a good manager not are two very different things So i kind of wondered too we. We we see that. The a millennial generation has a Has a different attitude about What is been tolerated. Previous generations in the workplace and wonder if there might be a little bit of a sort of a generational Sort of reckoning this coming with Younger staff and frankly it's probably a lot of younger staff because there's low paid Just not willing to be tolerated tolerate the bs. That has historically come with these jobs. Probably frankly one thing to admire in them and the younger staff of a lot of different organizations including news organizations not being willing to tolerate some of the things that Some of us a little more gray hair at all right in the past. I've definitely had that discussion. I remember being. I started a koa. W and i was in college and i am. I remember being in tears. You know when the news director would walk away after just basically saying what the hell is. This copy store story makes no sense all that kind of stuff and i would be. Yeah i'd be fighting back tears at. I never and i have mixed feelings about it. Sort of for better and for worse. I didn't think of it as bad boss. And i didn't think it is terrible me. I have no self esteem either. I just thought. I just was frustrated. Like why am. I not getting this. And i'm not good and i better get better be better next time so i have. I have mixed feelings about what about the effect that that that kind of you know. She didn't strike me by boss. She just was extremely. She didn't even yell these days. Man if someone has speaks sternly we say that they yelled and if they yell say they screamed. And i don't remember that would seem fair to me but but man. It was hard that dues pain thing. has for for d. c. You know one of the sort of the the sort of career path for dc. for hill. Staffers is that you tolerate the bad work conditions. And we'll pay for a few years and then you cash out and go take a nice pain job and and Based on your your experience on the hill so that's been one of the sort of the models but you know i. I genuinely admire the more finely tuned moral compass of younger staffers. It's certainly younger people in the workplace. It certainly a direct line to the metoo movement. There would not that was that was that was women saying what was been tolerated in. The past is just not tolerable now. So kudos agreed. I was used to it. And there's a there's a there's a better also professional way to handle that situation so yeah glad glad we. We're we're we're we keep thinking this through Well the ballots. Get mailed out to voters in mid october as we said so. We'll keep watching. The this election develop with cairo. Seven politics and government reporter essex porter seattle times investigations editor. Jonathan martin with the seattle. Gay news tacoma weekly and the capitol hill seattle blog. Hardworking contributing writer. Rene raketi is with us. We are streaming the show on facebook and youtube. And we're going to be right back and continue with more of the week in review. Don't go away. This is bill. Radke good to have you along with us. We are figuring out what happened this week. And what it all means the seattle city councils writing its budget which includes how much to pay police officers next year about two hundred fifty officers have left the department in the past year and a half they quit or retired and that leaves extra money in the budget about fifteen million dollars. How much of that should go toward more hiring and retention bonuses over time for the police department. How much should be shifted away from the police department to other community safety groups and other nonprofits and organizations well. The city council took public comment over zoom. This week this is sylvia reynolds from green lake. Saying she wants to see more police in town spicer lawless. We have an open drug market. People getting shot very close in elementary school during the day. And so i support that you all support this cell thank you but most of the commenters opposed using three million dollars for hiring bonuses and retention this is a net capstein inter near seattle from the past fifty years and trout that time the seattle police department has been brutal and racist no reforms of work and they have only gotten worse in the end. City council voted to spend about ten million of those fifteen million extra dollars on police. No money for hiring bonuses overtime is cut in half. The city will spend the other five million for non spd uses including the regional peacekeepers collective to prevent gun violence community safety programs proposed by local nonprofits expanding evidence storage. So i'll start with you essex. Your take on the decision and the debate. This week that hearing i covered it and get through about a half hour of public testimony. And i never heard of the woman. from from green lake public testimony was was just overwhelmingly against the idea providing money for retention bonuses or recruitment bonus out. Yes there's there's clearly a large swath of public that would like to see that they just didn't call into the hearing of that was a a rare take their That you were able to play Even though a divided council voted against the hiring and retention bonuses that council consistently points out that they have given the seattle police department all of the money it has asked for this year to hire as many people as the department believes. It can higher this year so it's not like hire replacement officers but they were unwilling to go further with recruitment or retention bonuses will have many expect service officers crime prevention coordinators as well as a staff any to speed up hiring. So non-pleased funding includes many community organizations. Where can describe as well so this is definitely a shift. After the way we've done business in the past I think the majority of people in seattle seemed to support that. Obviously the council vote with spider four on peterson's proposal but It's clear that the city is looking to different direction. I think we've seen some of the efforts at the mayor's made and trying to reduce police on the streets when it comes to nonviolent instances issues. Em the alternative to policing Funding up significantly Tickly since the the The protests last summer But you see right now. We're in kind of disbanded middle place. Where the number of officers is dropping Remember just a few years ago. There was the city council. Funded fifteen hundred sworn officers and we never got there. And i think we're down to about thirteen hundred now But if you think about the need for officers probably what is the needs of your responses and one of the key. Things we're hearing from people. Is that the sort of the crate. The mental health crises in the street are not being responded to your really good reporting this week from david chrome and across cut and my colleague danny west need had a good column about the difficulty of running a business in pioneer square You know the the from the cross cut piece you know. The involuntary commitments are down forty five percent in august from a historic from from the norm. So people are not being Sent to hospital for emergency psychiatric treatment. The idea would be that you would have an alternative response. People non sworn officers responding the city council. His has said they're doing that but their pilot program is seven hundred thousand dollars which is just like. It's kind of budget. Dust for a budget as large the city council says the city has so we are not seeing the traditional response in part because of the You know the exodus of officers and the difficulty of hiring and you're not seeing really the alternative Being stood up either so when people are saying they're frustrated on the streets. I think this really goes back to like a very poor kind of whiplash planning by the city council. Jonathan why do you think that is. the council. Wouldn't be standing up a more robust alternative program and more quickly before they decide how well that program is working in what to do about pollution at a great that is a question to ask I'm not. I'm not sure i think that it's probably very hard to stand up. One of these programs it takes a lot of planning effort You know the the the the black lives matter protests summer clearly like changed the direction of a policing in seattle credit to the folks who are out on the street. But if you're going to take this hard change towards a moral into policing model. It really behove the city to to act with with with haste quickly. You have not seen them do that. Nearly the scale they need to on the homeless crisis I feel like this is just sort of more of the more of the same of of posturing but poor planning for the consequences. I think there's also some practical logistics that are playing a role in this You know apparently there is a shortage of mental health workers. There's a shortage of the kind of people who can do this kind of work you. You can't go out and hire a batch of them in a week and so it's it's difficult for the city to stand up alternatives as quickly as as you might reduce or refocus the department. The police department is a herbal announced. Her triage went program which hopefully will divert house away from the police. Honestly the fire department has its health one which is tries to handle less acute calls Obviously it's gonna take time to get things up to make them robust I do what i mentioned. Though that a lot of the two hundred officers that are leaving department are something retiring you know and fortunate law young people these days don't want to join the police force for one reason or another out so you know there is a a basically a heavy hill ahead you know for those that are trying to recruit this topic's department so good luck to them. Yes indeed listened to weaken review on koa w we are coming toward the end of our program. I saw actually. I hadn't heard this yet. Rene until you pointed it out to me that a seattle i is the new co host of jeopardy till the end of the ketogenic. Yeah how do you feel about that. You know congratulations to can't jennings. I mean he won like seventy four games. I mean he's a the biggest winner on the show so clearly on. I'm glad to see him. You know he knows what he's doing. He does not to the show for where to snatch with all the controversy that has been surrounding the host of the show You know other executive producer of ken has made. Ken is also made some jokes. That have annoyed. Some people has he has some. I know kennel disclosure. I know him a little bit. Socially i really like him but just pointing that out. Yes well he's the co host. He's a temporary hose to the end of the year. So that's it. Yeah however i was team burton a little disappointed and apparently he may not be in the running for the permanent job. It tell trevor. No on the daily show on thursday that he doesn't plan to seek it that he has kind of moved past that so disappointing to me but you know i love jeopardy's continue lots. You got eight resistance five from essex. They're great. I'm was that about lavar burton about lavar burton I think he needs to be persuaded to reconsider. Would also be great co host of jeopardy. But i keep hearing about the the nerd credentials you know. Ken jennings is a is a trivia. Nerd and bialik has nerd credential. But was i never thought of alex. Trebek's as nerdy. I just thought he was a proved professional affable game show host. He was it really the the star at least to me. I just took him. I'm not used to all this debate. Over who who the host should be. I thought of the host is so neutral and just kind of wallpaper in a nice way. I don't think extra back. Let's go back there reading questions you know clearly. There's a whole team of people behind the spokes. So i don't think they need to be entered as a no all these bags you know in their brain. Yeah just be be post exactly all right well anything else making you smile before we go to leave on a smile. Jonathan anything any happiness this week over trained to a theme. I've hit before and we can review. It's fresh beer. Season the freshly cut hops or making the way over over the cascades right now and get enough water. Do they get enough rain or they. Okay sounds like it is a decent hop season so that'll be That's a at a uniquely northwest thing. Br the hop capital of the country. And having this ability to have these fresh fresh shop beers Is a real treasure fall. I would like to have a beer with each of you in person. One of these days Now it is what it is and it's it's time to go. We've been reviewing the news of the week with rene raketi from seattle. Gay news tacoma weekly and capitol hill seattle blog and also with cairo seven government and politics reporter essex porter and seattle times investigations editor. Jonathan martin. It's been a real pleasure being with you. You you made me smarter about what's going on in this town and thanks a lot and we'll let's do this again soon. Yeah enjoy the enjoy. The rain enjoy all of a good weekend. And thank you to our co workers. Here tio pesca at one. 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EP.004 Overcoming fear with action with Madeline Dittrich

The Helping Actor Podcast

42:10 min | 1 year ago

EP.004 Overcoming fear with action with Madeline Dittrich

"Hi guys. Welcome back to another episode of here today that today. We're having a chat with one of obsolete. My blended church as singer Songwriter. With a wealth of Saas yes stole. Today's episode is about pushing partial fear. Walking into your purpose whatever that might be it's undiscerning what any criticied that lives within. You deserve to see the light of day. Hey Mattie get thank you we kid jumping on this podcast. Absolutely thank you Broschi. May let's to find your passion in life is to find. Your ultimate Pappas. Welcome the to hear it with Lola. Podcasts for budding creatives he want to solidify the passion of the industry and build unwavering determination. I'm your host Leonardo refined an actor logging formula being done to craving passionate Clinton. I'm a little crazy and I can't wait to share with you. My conversations with creatives across all spectrums shedding light on that process as their achievements on their success. We delve deep. Also joining me into applying chance to find your passion in life is to find your ultimate Walter to you just released your first EP. Yesterday focused it was suitable. Cassia was a bit delays. But they go out and his out Razi. Congratulations thank you very much. All in the world does that feel like an feels really liberating. I think that's the main thing because the process was quite long and in terms of the songwriting being brave enough to show it to people to the naturally work with someone to produce them and get them done professionally and overstay the- My I'm quite perfectionist so I didn't really know whether it would ever fool ready to release them but then I did and after on the actual day. That was this just overwhelming sensitive. I think cat while didn't mind. Why Business Yeah Just Free. People can listen. I can like it cannot like it but I've done what I wanted today while you released your sound to the world. Yeah that's incredible an incredible. So you you trained to musical theater. Yeah singing and somewhere and it's something you've done since your head. So after graduating advocating the scene in musical. What made you go back to your calling. I don't know what it was A. I feel like now when I went into it was because I didn't know quite how to express express all the right way to get into the industry into the industry I didn't want to go on the ex facto and I wanted. I wanted to call core training. So that's why these two was kind of just the way that I did thing and everyone seemed to be doing at the time. I I've always been I've always. I've seen pop whenever I was up musical theater. I tried to sing. Hob But they look and I just I think when I graduated that I'd say much more about sounding a particular way whereas I feel like I had a different sound. I wanted to share so kind of decided after graduating. That was where I wanted to and during Conti. A delos of songwriting didn't fill at work. It was how I expressed my johnny. Whenever I went home to my mom's that was where I did load of call processing and affecting on it and then wrote some songs just never left. You always always there and then just thinking. Oh I could do that. And it doesn't feel it. Does it work the AM? Obviously I was going to ask if you felt pressure to fit in musically. Clearly did yeah. I think everyone when you're young. Well you do and I have this need as a person to please people and I think we all do in some way. I do quite heavily intensive the people. I'm around so I will navigate myself in order to reach someone else's expectations of me and I did the college and it works and I got a low album and I had really good training but then I think when you have time when by yourself when you listen to your own songs and you listen to your own voice when you sing for you and only you is when you actually realize your true Saudis and Women Today on God at strong strong. Yeah but then people oversee singing there in ways and the yes. I've found where I won't to sing. Now be a basic training but after I love of misrouted. We talk about this. All the time is your incite. Look the way able to. You're able to stand outside of yourself. Remove yourself introspective introspective. All of the years you're able to have and as sort of understanding of yourself. That's your bias. You're able to go. This is what I do. Which is more people to be a bit negative influence me in the wrong way so only two other carson? If I won't Balance Look and I love that I think is important because no one's doing it the right way but it takes time to realize don and that has been something. I realized after graduating the last two years. Yeah because it's not nothing's happened because of money just because I've had freedom to do it absolutely and I think that sometimes when there's no Prussia you find it absolutely. Yeah I loved that. So what would you say you sound is full of is in your influences? You listen I think when I now listen to myself when people listen to me and they tell me kind of how they feel like sound who I feel that who they feel. I sound like I've been realize so. Definitely Christine Loh Ella me. This is why I'm obsessed with you. Honestly she's just an absolute strong female vocalist on woman and she should never scared to be herself. Order tests edges. She is not saying which we But actually what I love about her. It's probably what I love about you. In terms of musically is that vulnerability and not truth that you bring to your knees. Akhlaghi who taking me on a journey. I will never forget the first time you played one of your sons to me and I cried because it was so beautiful expecting it was like what the fuck you don't get musically it was you spilling off heart out in some and that's communication. That's what means the kids was beautiful. And that's what is missing learns and that's what artists are Christina Aguilera. Born in albums I felt her journey. What she was going through she let me know. Let me know I love that. I think those particular artists right for themselves. They write to something or something on their mind other all tests. Don't do that. They might and they saying that he had written over into to sow alter and I think that's different. Shades especially declined depends on the kind of consuming law if consumer that wants to connect. You're going to connect to people who spilling the truce zone. They were consumer. He wants to survive. You're GonNa want something popular. I mean we all sort of fluctuate between those strings. Anyway because I do have a bit exactly now. Do you love Chris. Brown maintain. Its into balance. Isn't it an artist? As you said Christina who is on the frames took to sort of straddle all depending on how she feels. Yeah I didn't think the Harris even about how many set like Salads. She got genuine day. I feel like it's all about being an amazing singer obsolete on writing good songs expressing. When you see your from live it comes from our. She don't even looking up she. She's down to the floor and she's going going going going somewhere over a real true songwriter. In really know who you are not going to always right. Saddle vulnerable songs. You're going to write sexy song. I'm going to write happy. Saw that's just writing from Florida nations and from different as you mentioned Some sometimes as you say you're not happy to say it means you're you're only having one emotion afternoon. I just doesn't happen. And that's real upset and people went relate to that all of the time I love that you may want to tons of vagueness. I think grave because I'd just be she's lose my mind later on your Jesuits as well and I love Ella Fitzgerald James. They always at powerhouses and they put people who weighty sang with raw emotion hops nowadays. I think I ran aground. As one of the the best pop singers out there along with Jihad. But she's in a different league with no one could even compare myself to her Yanna not. Yeah Yeah Yeah but yeah now I found my ain't sound and my kind of kind of cool styles on licks and tricks and stuff up giving people do that kind of signature then So I feel like I've got that now has taken lows of his things different people and kind of working out exactly what my sound kind of sound. I want to make absolutely yes journey. And that will change depending on my mates in life. Yeah five years compete different. Because I've experienced different things number of sped different vocals nonetheless. Always be true to you. Yeah wants it. That's why I'm trying to take the slow process in my career is because I don't want to be signed to someone or to a particular label who are trying to bring me something and it won't it to then influence something that was untrue. I offer an love so when you get to a point which you are in now when you know yourself as a person which will you have but then no of musically the kind of artists in the summers you WanNa create somewhere you. GotTa Buy Whiten. Your Music Yeah. It is difficult because of a C. You have to work with producers to make Kasse Masters level out and I'm still learning to be true and the authentic like there are different but it's really hard to say this somebody written is now only heard this way because it could be. You have done anyway and I still do acoustic versions where I think holdout being nice that a jazz arrangement absolutely say. Finish neverthe- no songs ever finish. You hit like data different concepts like Britney Spears yesterday and she's done different segues in different like motifs are you original stuff and modernized it. They were you know nine thousand nine hundred thousand dollars so she's Muslim anything on this other finished because always could be done a different way oft yeah stylized differently. I mean I'm sure it'd be concerned. She gives you a different. When she was a coachella she had amazing band ops slugging bounds. Absolutely absolutely. Because it's yours. Yeah you can do. On the annual hit us on you know being opened other limiting expertise. Yeah yeah anyone. Career using Q. Would emulate all knocked me beyond size. Clean be herself and she inspired me. The most ever non temps vocals vocals. I was bought by you. Just beyond say's attitude business sense. Her performance the way she performs. Yeah definitely and she makes she has been free Janis as a woman and as a knotted off. Every album is different every place that she goes to different. Hmos change she addresses issues in life and as family to create a place styler. Yes she a sort of carbonation sheep oxen up. She might change it up. She still retains certain brand. Yeah and I feel like she really really thinks hard about what she wants to say whereas every artist and when you say it when she performs live she's really visually go said and say every in every aspect of everything she has. Where every backing singer dancer musician is she. She voted politically aware of whatever she found my strength. And I think that's that's inspiring so whenever I right right I think I would. I won't let my cousins. My younger cousins who were females. Listen to this off because otherwise if I did if I wouldn't want to hear it or hey the lyrics feel like this might make them feel any tension. There's no way I want. I'll change it because I always wanted to have positive effect whether that's no empowering someone or making allowing an emotion to express their oaths make go full sexy. There's like different to make sure it always has not enough that Jerry conscious as my mom she said. Would you be happy if you're young cousins? Who like three or four grew up listening to it. I was like okay. I'm going to rework that I'm going to rethink because maybe it's how I'm feeling in the moment and maybe it selfish to be like no. This is how I wanted to because I wanNA write about being sexy but this might not help young females in body confidence Nixon Tra. I LOVE THE CERTAIN INTERESTING. How to be expressive and individual. One thing which is great and some important but when you become a want to become a figure yeah that people sort of Laconto. That's as a hard trip as a singer as to what that is. You're going to have a lot of people that are inspired by us. Even a certain responsibilities and for you to notice so early also continues to add to that wisdom that I think you have. That wasn't that sort of awareness and knowledge of self when I put out there. I'm doing it for serving people. None for me. I love that such sort of a treat. That's that's commendable. Not Everybody has gone out and take you for yeah and then I will even take far or it. Will it all to pull me away from bad like step so energy out of have because I know full well that if I get myself into any sort of negative atmosphere my mom will pull back? Yes why because she's got a half hour show every up. Remove writing your own. Music is very vulnerable yet. How was that transition for you? Not for nutrition to live in music having people here again. He's very vulnerable. And very aware of Watson's I have chosen that there are some. I haven't even shown anyone yet so it's very much like this. Just the right time to show it. So intensive in terms of the vulnerability I feel like there's there's a liberation too at the same time but there's nothing scarier like even when I played you that Song I was like terrified recycling's performing it was terrified and then under the cover. I recently formed one of the songs the case. Why am I doing this myself yet but I love? I played a couple of Nissan's to a friend the other day and I can see that because I've been vulnerable opened and that people listen. I said why tunes getting better because I'm opening myself up my soul. He's other people. So people are standing me. Therefore I can be continued to be other. Although it's really bad to look for validation it gives you that validation people connect to you. Yeah but also helpful like my friend was like yeah. I'm not really connecting to this one and I was like I said fine in Bombay. I was like this bothered me last year. Someone had said or not connecting with. I'm not quite liking really catch enough. I'd be like Oh God I'm picking personate but now like that's actually fine because with the response people have liked different songs. Their favorites are definitely might connect to different from. They say it's thunderball every single song. That's like your baby put now. Everyone's like like it but it's not reflection on you. People aren't criticizing me. The person is just maybe. It's just not something that they connect with Lhasa. Did you think gee think as you said our sheets. So how did that journey like not caring so much about? I feel like it is the process of just seeing yourself. No as a person that sounds awful but as as a as a profession and as a business I think my mom mentality towards my music has changed because I used to just right for me. I always used to be a personal thing. I would listen to my songs whereas now now that they're out I separated myself from enough yet very healthy so is this. A business is a is a job. It's it's something that I'm doing for not just for me now so it kind of takes it away kind of frees up a bit. So what does it matter very hard to say with me? Something that I think changes and grows other some other days might be more insecure about it. I don't feel as good or my son was running good other days. I might be like yes. I'm feeling this. I WANNA share it now absolutely so. Yeah it's definitely the process. Yeah this is obviously your first time doing anything as none turning yourself into a brown. Get into business. What has been the toughest Paul in admin process or the check yet? It's it's making the choices. I think who you want to be brand. Does what you. I'm branding myself fast. How other people see me and making that final choice of what songs what style. What Lurk. It's making the funding choice. Because once it's done you kind of you can use that. Absol- progressed beyond say does so much with her brand like a business changes all the time with what she said adding but I was my first choice. You I try to make those choices and the first time feels like the most important. Talk all the time exposing yourself. So Abe was making those final choices and being assertive with people that you're working with to go. No you yeah but type which I kind of is weird. It just happens. I was like so many things that were order the songs today Muslims today. What what style. Photographs like all sorts of stuff so I think the choices choices and being in control of fisheries. Yeah and not being necessarily influenced by what I said. That's a tough one. Yeah somebody's GonNa look different songs. Things in different picture massive less in the island and this is something I will definitely continue is to talk less and less people are about it. Second tossing took self about it and Brady Out and a couple of close people winning. No you wouldn't have good motivation for obscene and the Microcosm beat Trento exactly depending on what might make me go over to know what I'm doing now. We're not today. I probably already did now. I need to so you don't WanNa put that power and some Tanta Sung. Yeah you're just yeah I did it. My ran away. Yeah no I love that. That's really really poignant. Yeah that's a big last night flow. It's good because it tools accumulation for ever nextstep when you. Yeah yes so. The performance industries vehicle No matter how what angle you going into very visually rigid hot manipulative. So much as a young woman going into this market. Do you have any sort of apprehensions? All of you swim. Strengthen yourself amunition of Hollywood to go about it. I feel quite strongly about at the moment. I think because I don't know what's going to happen and I don't think too far ahead but I know that the industry is very fickle. And that's why as I said earlier we please. I'm taking a server process because people that I really no. I know what someone who's completely new to me. I'm always kind of known about the present. For what would then. That's something I'll contri- try today Ossie. We only continue to meet New People. Be Yeah I'm very much about the process. If someone paints me tomorrow and said Okay I WANNA sign you that's-that's contracting and work on setting an album for McCain album. We bought your songs. I'd be very conscious of it. I feel like I'm very wet of over there. I knew in times of industry that it's a business. It's a market it's about money making and to me is not about to yet so yeah taking the slow process. I think is the way forward and not know that I'm being manipulated everyday by what people are saying about the songs and my choice of what music video even do chanting people manipulating with their opinions? Absolutely but I think that's a good thing not necessarily negative because it's not all about me my choice. It's about audience. Now go people listening to listen to that obsolete so it was healthy circulation. That's good. That's really good too in terms of on a grand scale when it comes to what we see as success locals. Does that influence you? In any way in terms of the decision to make same day is because I felt like the song. I'm writing a probably. The they fit in with what is being heard in the charts so I feel like that's the big smart thing. I'm measuring gap at a two phillips myself like subconscious Infield like. It was a conscious thing. I think my my vocals may be influenced by one. I listened to naturally. Yes of course which happens to everyone. Absolutely what what you listen to you influenced by the yet. That's the benchmark. I feel like that's what I want to get to at some point Europe in my own way. Yeah so in almost taking the good part yeah. Do you think be missing in this day and age with social media is better was that I think both I. It's better because there's so much more you can do yourself independently. You can write songs and record them in distribution myself however it's an thick studies so easy especially to expose yourself and to put things out people to stay ahead. You can get your own found as you can treat yourself as your own business so in that respect. It's incredible because I could do it myself. But it will say it's hard to know the steps to take whether or not if you're doing the thing I find most areas I doing on my own so I'm not having someone saying who actional do not who's credited industry going. That's the set you should take so I could be wrong but at least I'm doing it. That's for now is about the time as you can do it on your own whether knowing what the right steps falling but again if you're willing and open some wrong stacks lead you into the right steps. Is What about perspective? Absolutely every part of the journey is going to be nodding stone learning curve. Even if you had some governing looking over your your journey yet. It's not. It doesn't mean it's going to be prosperous. Good one could be determined how? How many celebrities have been signed had famous albums and then had breakdowns? Katy Perry who ric labels unspoiled swift at some point issues so Joe Joe absolutely so you can be governed by great record labels and produces and so on and so forth even like. I'm going to say ten bucks on your record label. Fuck you over to this at the other narrative on you is not it is an unofficial you at that time. Mason. The which is not even so. Let's only get start? Really young people mold you into whatever they think is best so sometimes the slow road is the best road to not under control and your business and so much material out there. Like a more always googling like researching like what's hot like an industry your son's those so many articles that say before you even introduce yourself to labels literally no and be happy and be like this is this is off. Yes and then you're gonNA take it personally if you get a no yet because you're like okay. You don't fit my band. D There now sending my voice. I'm sending I'm sending a someone style absolutely say it's different NFL. Like as. I'm not I've got more to before I can do it another whereas the singer was just setting voice or the look and I can come less. I'd had asked about that. Surfaced you serving a brand. Yeah an entity is in mind where I get. I didn't want my dream would be to be really successful. But I'd be happy just singing for an intimate crowd my songs and then getting something from it. So what is your what. Would you say your version of success? Line my vision of success changes in my career three-legged I would love to be at the grammys an award absolute for like best newcomer. All best sings online to something like that. I K on I've made it it. My Song is played on the radio. I that would be a credible. So it's about having you'll sound recognized unreach- mass audiences. Yeah people just block not willing to on. Hey keep wanting to keep going back Tong. The call. Listen to it you know. They've just begun the boyfriend and listen to it that to me is if they want to listen to my song because if something does success. Yeah I love the Jesse. So when you get Fleming's yes I expect to invitations. You've been the table that I could kiss grand. Your governs gold goes save. I'll go people who are incredible. I Love See. Let's talk a little bit about foundation. Hostile played a big part in your grounded center and the foundation that you have built fee so support is the most the most important thing the most the most influential thing. That's literally another it becomes from your place but without support. There's no way I would have had the guts to like and it's not because I'm necessarily insecure but you want to know that people are open to it. I want to hear it. I want you to do while on in. I want to inspire you higie. Yeah and then it makes you okay. Yeah Andrea two million for them. If it's just for you you you wouldn't do it. I think I feel like you and I feel like it's disrespectful to not do it. The people who have supported me as disrespectful. It's another for them now. Yeah so a support system helps you lay. I've had a very lucky support system. My whole family of amazing but it's it's Is My mom. She just doesn't Doesn't tell me I'm good. She just allows me. She loves me. And that's it. I love her and she's like okay. Great doesn't matter whether it's good or not allow it. Nama was she li- that's that's cool. That's the foundation. My brother was never really supportive. He to not want me to shut up all the time. Complete UP SEAN. Of good makes a good help. This makes it was like everyone remember. That doesn't want to hear it. Mother doesn't want to hear people want to hear it shouldn't have it's holidays. Reality John as well and that that support is just as important as the healthy encouragements. I reality that everyone's going to buy into selling doesn't mean you shouldn't anyway exactly and if people that close to you were in your blood. That is that's where you go from them and he didn't even really respond to my EP release facebook and that was their next false teeth. That go back way back. You know back in bowl but yeah makes me go. Kay let dots not fake sparing shiming switching last ungrateful for. But they're not going credible friends. I love to Ospel to me and a half this honesty in this clarity with support as well and yeah. I'm very lucky and I feel like that's their the reason the I will continue to do it. But now I've written new songs because they've supported my old absolutely given you a reason to continue to spread your wings. Yeah that's what it's about May of one of the things that you do that please remind US vehicle. Riff so like what it was something something. She's sipping tea. What happens when a tease bitch decides thing? I'LL TEACH NATION HALO. Sneha aid own screamed last night and I love saving was involved folk good about to solve now. But I'm so proud of you I think music is such a beautiful tool in life and as always connected music and to to be in the presence of someone who someone who values music and what it means near greedy is beautiful than because in this day and age there was a lot of people who who music has been watered down overtime when I meet people who bought music means action. It does inspire me. You all of these people forever support support your music is. It's incredible and you as always funny means apes. Yeah little tells me a little bit is you. Tell me getting ready for another venture of writing new music issue process. I didn't think I really have one. I Don I feel like it just like I is weird. I don't sit and think I'm going to write a song about this. Like sometimes it can be someone will say a word or an idea or common came in and write that down on mental notebook and joy downside. I recently thought idea called starchy. I was going to write something about that. Gee I was usually happens when I'm at home on my own. No destructions and I just stopped playing the piano and I saw seeing an got. The idea is that I want to about but my pajamas. Cup of tea and always usually. It's really weird always happens at once last weekend. I Very I think three songs. Just back to back and lyrics vomit just coming out and kept writing an and sometimes it can be like without me realizing. I wrote about my dad. I didn't even realize I was writing about and then suddenly it was like. Oh dust yeah and it's like Oh my Sunday comes out subconsciously. And it'll be in the shower they'll come up with a hook and Madan about some kind of inspiration to me to sounds like an easy. Nothing's ever do know. It's been amazing new this podcast so much knowledge and wisdom and you have any tips for anyone who is super frayed of stepping into whatever is don't even if it's doing something pushing themselves from where they have done before yet. I would say is just just. Do it like feeling you have before you like go on stage and coordinate shirts or someone says to. You can show Me Dance. Move if someone says to you. Can you read me something? I'm going to log on you. Give me something of you. Just ignore the fact that you're terrified and just do it because you will feel so amazing afterwards and then you never know what could grow from the ups and might be nothing or it could be incredible so like just take the fair and just go pay. I'm vulnerable but important. You can't grow vulnerable self nice positions by the of it. Yeah so much. Goodness in has come from you. Seeing fe undiscerning doing any comes from from something. I love with the reason I did it. And the reason why people dance or go into fashion. We'll write books as a reason for it and it's love and without the that there's you wouldn't grow you wouldn't get anywhere. Said just do it. What would you do if you can say that is something that terrifies me? That is true. I woke up one day and I can say anymore. I would feel like I've lost a leg or lost something in. May I've lost part my soul? Yeah I would be awful. And that's the thing you have to look after yourself because age. H Hopkins and influences happen. And if you'll need to look after your body in your soul annual on your on your instrument ever is feed into what you want to get because you become attached to it like a person might say the call nut threat because the thought of it not being. There is horrendous because it is. I don't know what it is. It just feels like it's my personality or is it something that is within me is an aura that represents me and that's the dance so that dancing represents that we've doing it freely as rhythm represents them people he right. This view represents you know even the questions you US say. Yeah the cough tra- that's it for the concert with skin covered up in Yemen and he lost for the scale could risk baby Linak Guitar. Just WANNA cars. If I just want to tell you off just WanNa fee just WANNA caused the fire. A clause shoes You can find money on social media. Platforms is available for purchase on all distribution sides. I choose falsify us. Just tell us your instagram handle Melinda. 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338: Breakfast for Dinner, Matthew Barzal and NHL Concussion Protocol, PGA Championship is Here

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

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338: Breakfast for Dinner, Matthew Barzal and NHL Concussion Protocol, PGA Championship is Here

"Night show is coming up shortly I are great sponsors Jim Kaye. Ford. Right now is pleased to announce the return of the. Ford Bronco built with the toughness of the F. Series and the spirit of a Mustang to reserve the all new Bronco Today. Go to four dot ca just make your selection and choose your dealership. We of course would love it. If you choose our good friends at Jim Cave, Ford then get ready for the broncos to ride this spring. The. Legendary Bronco is back find out more at Ford DOT CA. If you're a loyal listener, you've probably heard me on this podcast before I'm Joe Girardi All Insurance Ontario I'm also a big fan of the show if you are to. We'll probably get along. One great insurance rates then I'm your guy. Or text me. Eight, zero, one, two, six, five, nine, or checkout dot C., all Insurance Ontario your modern boutique broker and you heard about Paiko it's a totally fresh innovative take on pizza. At Paiko, you step up to the bar select your favorite toppings and then and classic Neapolitan Style. They slide your custom thin crust creation into a one thousand degree oven for ninety seconds moments. Later, you're enjoying those rich delicious paiko flavors old world pizza made the way it's supposed to be Paiko order online or drop in a to thirty six richmond road or one seventy metcalf. The Steve Worn Projects Sports at whatever. All right welcome to the program everybody it is the WIP sports end whatever chronically many tales of what's going on that avenue. My Name Is Steve Warren. Jim. Jerome joining us as well as always James. How're things? Stevie good. Guy Just walked down A. Sausage Egg mcmuffin, Steve Changed, my life wound they went to the all day breakfast Nice Oh. Yeah. So Guy Gobble that went up I. Love. I can eat breakfast all day long I could easily I often make I lo-. I often make breakfast for dinner. A stevie two poached. Okay. Three pieces of toast. Okay. Butter heavy butter quarter, a pound of Bacon Okay whip the maybe a sausage or two in their stevie. Now, I'm going to give you the Secret Steve Okay on the on the breakfast. Okay. How to lay it down. All Right So I Love Breakfast I. told you. So I'm always going with the to Pooja Rooney's for sure. Okay. What's Your Rooney poached poached? You can't his shot that was a drunk friend of mine a he used to stay up all night and then he turned me and go. He thought he was saying poached eggs. And guess them to Rooney's. Okay. Yeah Stan Gullickson. Friend of mine little shelter. So Steve What you do now. So if you do a denny's or even at home or at the golf club where you're going to order the big breakfast. The Toast Steve is always crowding the plate. Okay. It's all you got the three slices. It's. Not caught up, trying to manage the eggs bacon and so to get the good bite as you know, you got a piece of the egg treats the Bacon whammo a corner of the toast beautiful mouthful Steve Okay drilling those back. Okay. But the toll. Always. In the way you know what I mean you're trying to. You can't pick the up and put on it's going to break it. So here's what you do separate played Stevie for the toast. Separate plate like you're asking for a separate played at. Yes. Yes. Okay. I want poached eggs and Bacon on the plate separate plate the toast. Immediately announcing yourself to the wait staff as high maintenance customer a little needy Steve Sometimes even a third plate. So, you got the poached and the Bacon. Perhaps, a sausage, you got the toast on the other plate and then the third empty one where we can draw from each of the other two plates. Nice. Jerry Strong Okay I told you I told you I'm going GonNa Bring something each day where you're gonNA go. You're kidding me. Yeah. No I've gotta find what a local restaurant is using on their home fries and and I mentioned the restaurant by name. But you know I'd have to invoice them then route. So this home fries, it's got like kind of barbecue ship coating on it. You know the lay's barbecue potato chips they get that kind of Barbecue Yay SORTA suite at the same time. It's good on a chips dea. Well, these are also potatoes yet dimwit. I know, but it's good on the snack chips but not for bracco you home you have no idea you're clueless Sir I'm not transitioning to a Fisher something. I'm transitioning from potatoes to a different Kinda cut potato and you like it I love it I. Wish I'm hoping to find it some a salt shaker scenario that I can make these home. They're absolutely fantastic and it mixes in with the Grease on the outside of the home fries not bad. Okay not. Not that I go to a Japanese restaurant here often. My Buddy Steve. Owns a restaurant itchy ban here in town. SEWRI. itchy. Ben. ITCHY ban. Yeah. So Japanese Ray. Area. Anyway. Japanese struggled itchy about. Unbelievable Unbelievable Food Steve Okay Nice The the HIBACHI SHRIMP Steve. Okay. The skewer. Okay. The four little good sized shrimp Tuesday. It doesn't cheap out on the shrimp. I hate trample. You don't like shrimp. No. No I'm not all seafood pretty much. Got You'll get that old school fishing ships. There's like five pounds of battery on it. Nice and crispy. All eat a bit of that. Maybe a tuna sandwich but that's about the extent of my seafood. You like home fries with with a hardened stale. Ranch sauce on there, but you don't like shrimp. Talking Barbecue, I said and say based sauce well, whatever it is it sounds gross. The pieces of shrimp on the scare. Okay. It's called Habitually Shrimp See. So they barbecue it. Okay. The BHARDWAJ flip. Flip Flip Flip Okay and then and then the sauce stevie. The guy's got the unbelievable sauce. It makes the dish Steve Really Sausage Great. Juice. Sauces the great understand. Okay. So I the waitress who I know all the staff there because I go there often I haven't been lately of course Kobe. So I pull one of the waitresses aside. Okay. And I go. Hey, listen I need the recipe for that sauce. And she goes. Okay. You know and she starts to tell me we'll steve the owners there. Comes flying over hey steve whipping over going. Don't tell them the recipe. Don't it's a secret. The. Secret. Yeah. It's not like if you give me the recipe to the sauce I'm not gonNA. Not. GonNa come to your restaurant anymore. I. Just want to try it at home a little bit tries yourself you know You're right to the lab and try and replicate. The saw said not giving it up he won't give it up. We should jump in here and. Edmonton oilers. They they come up with a nice victory and I thought it was the funniest thing of this whole thing so far at least in the NHL side where Connor mcdavid as the oilers getting back in their series of the Chicago, they're all tied at one now connor mcdavid a hat trick. And fans there the NHL I don't know maybe overdoing it a little bit if they hired employees to throw hats on the ice. The. Go you don't need to do that? No one's buying that. It's The stupidest thing. They're like, okay. You throw one in that corner to throw. So they're like six hats. On the ice, could you imagine in a playoff game with fans of unbelievable delay the game for ten minutes out how about my other stevie how about my oilers as good as a Badchi shrimp coming back. Slaughtering them okay slaughtering them. gave it. Scores goes around one on one with a D goes. Beats him on the outside horrifically, and then that backhand like just I know like other risk in under the crossbar just absolute filth. It's it was unbelievable if you're if you're an archer, Steve Okay or a sniper. Like a like a war sniper like one of those. Okay. If you're an archer is. Okay, you would have a tough time finding that upper right corner. Okay. that was your target. It's so ridiculous that this is the oiler Stevie by the way I know yes. My team baby. And you know what? Honestly, thought they were GONNA maybe make a run at another number one overall. The way they played in the first game obviously myself and a boy, the probably get frontier and mock him up to anyway mcdavid not being in the discussion nominated for either the MVP as voted on by the media or the Ted Lindsay as voted on by the players most outstanding player like. It's so dumb. Sort of goofy here. Here's something interesting to dry Seidel hasn't scored. And I think he didn't get a shot on. Net. Yesterday and maybe in the first game. Maybe in the first thing is it's like something really weird. So they've got that weapon Steve That is can do no worse right? Dry could play no worse. So. Anyway I love my others. So well, unfortunately, because of our very busy day we got we have two more podcasts to record. After this one, we're not GONNA in this episode have any leafs results for you So let's do it this way. Well, the leaves are back in the series all tied at one clip. Hey. At least in big trouble here to download to now we're covered. I don't know why bother trying to keep up on all this stuff. We'll see how they fare but one that was in the book says we went to to recording today though the islanders looking like they're gonNa make short work of the Florida Panthers or to nothing in the series that's relevant to sends fans because the sends only islanders first rounder, and if the islanders win this series and it looks like they're gonNA that means that Well the sends will have a pick in the first round. It's GonNa get worse later the islanders go, but there's a moment on that island or game that I thought was interesting Matthew Barzel. Probably the ound Bass player, he's on a break away and gets pushed from behind by frank, the Toronto and He went right. Basically was able to avoid the goalie Broschi and went headfirst into the end boards very kind of scary situation. It didn't look like any sort of spinal potential, but it did look like a guy might have ended up with a concussion and the guided Mrs Shift. Thing really down after no, he was down for a long time and didn't miss a shift. I'm like, how do you not take that guy to the quiet room and double check? Work the baseline and everything and got a concussion or not of the. Gross hit into the boards Oh. Yeah. So just as you explained it, he's breaking into the net. There's a defenseman behind him and I don't think it's a bad play by the way by the defense when the guy was not an intent to injure, it wasn't boarding this guy's like four feet in front of the net busting towards the net when the defense and gives them a shop from. Behind toward the goal that's right I don't think it's bad play. Do you I don't think it's illegal but if I'm Brodsky I might have a word with veteran. Oh, my teammate for doing that because if it's the wrong guy, you do that to Chris Kreider from the new. York Rangers. For example, a guy is renowned for crashing into goalies right and at that speed and being pushed from behind. Bars Al that a good job to get out of the way but there's a lot of players who use that as an opportunity to absolutely annihilate the team's goalie. Right. So what what what happens is when he pushes them so he's sort of at the goalpost looks like he jumps a bit like you say to get out of the way so he goes flying. into the end zone. So tuxes head. Okay. TUXES head does the little tuck and roll but smashes it. I thought he busted his neck. I thought. It looked like the guy broke his neck. It was a good at least that it didn't go in right at the top of the head on I. That's the one that worries about most parents when they watch their kids. Oh, everybody freaks out when they see that but it was definitely looking like it could be a neck injury. He went really hard in back of the head. It had all the earmarks of potential concussion and why do you even have a quiet room if you're not going to take that guy to it after a collision like that was weird it was a I. Agree you want to see. Like I don't know if they can do a quick protocol like if they do a bit. Are you right with the flashlight you know follow the Fall Zip? Zip or you're fine. That's what's supposed to happen in the quiet room I guess. Yeah. That's really weird. Totally somewhat someone missed it someone missed it to say time out back you're getting into the Blue Tint. When you see guys go into the boards though. All the players that I know of always said, you want to see the head flexing yeah you want you. WanNa see WanNa see movement with the neck like crashing and your Chin goes way down to the left or right or your your side your ear goes onto warning or shoulders. That's what you WANNA see we're we're does that may sound young but like you say you don't WanNa see guy going into the boards and stiff necked you know to me it just indicates that the that Pro Sports particularly a playoff time when the games means so much as the best player on the team when a guy like that. Doesn't even miss a shift like the whole baseline testing that they've done earlier to give you a sense of what's normal so that you can do a concussion test and see what's abnormal that takes more than one shift off to me. They're still a level of. Especially for the star players. Throw some dirt on it. Get back out there kid even connor mcdavid who we just talked about a couple of years ago. He had to go to the quiet room at a key point in a hockey game and he was very outspoken about it like he did not like they. They'd come out of the game at a very key time even though the idea is to protect the players. So you don't go out there with a concussion and something really really bad could happen. Well, you're there's probably going to be someone look at that for sure Yeah I never I never thought about that when I saw it until you brought it up but quick nods arts note here I, did you see that explosion in Beirut today like before we move onto some more sports talk wanted to talk about the PGA championship I think everybody's reacting to this today this explosion in Beirut and Like we don't know why it happened or what the cause of it was but I mean there they might be hundreds of casualties as a result of this explosion and what's hit home because. Throughout most of our lives Jimmy, we hear about explosions in in places like Beirut and Of course, we're affected by it but now it's like everybody's got a cell phone giving US HD television quality and we're seeing these things as they happen and that one today was like no explosion I've ever seen what about you. It's absolutely the worst thing I've ever seen. So. It's a building that's on fire. It looks like it's an downtown, a very crowded area very dense. Area of buildings, and so there's billows of smoke pouring out of the top of this thing looks like a fire. You're probably saying, why are you sending this to me? That's why. I get I looked at it. You know and I said. You said, look at this thing in Beirut I said, okay. Well, that's a building on fire and then all of a sudden. I couldn't even look at it twice after. Just right away I mean it must have the guy taking the video was. A look like he's half a click away or something like that, and then this explosion happens of what you're looking at and just. What you have to see it I guess you'd have to see it but good God y'all good. That's the worst thing I've ever seen. Yup Yeah Starehe, sure and then, and that's a country that's already dealing with corona virus. They're really struggling with it. They've got a massive economic crisis and so already, Beirut, hospitals were jam packed and now you know now they've got this thing that's happened here in the not even sure of the casualty count by the time that this. PODCAST actually is dropped I. Mean I'm sure we'll have better numbers but as we speak the saying something like. The potentially hundreds maybe as many as twenty, five, hundred injured. So many bodies right now and I think about nine eleven bodies buried in the rubble. They've no idea what the are. So it's just a terrible situation got. We'd be remiss if we didn't Lisa mention it because I think everybody's was pretty touch by that while day the the size of the explosion, the power of it, and the impact is when you see it. It just. Wipes out everything around IT IN A. Split Second. Awful. Awful. All right. When we come back on the program last minute Stevie your mute button, it's where's my mute button down on the bottom left. The big thing says, mute all you got. 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Now until August twelfth use, the Discount Code S. WP fifteen and get fifteen percent off at Popeye supplements six locations in Ottawa or Popeye's online orders dot, com. All right. So the PGA Championship is upon us this week James is the one. Second, edition to be held in San Francisco. So Sunday will be usually we're wrapping up around supper time. It'll be a little later than usual and it's going to be TPC harding park and they've never hosted a major there. They did host the old nine President's cup. and. For the last three winners of this event, it captures in the last two brooks captain. Justin Thomas One the year before that twenty seventeen and guess who the two favorites are. This week jt is ranked number one after one this past weekend over the aforementioned Brooks Koepka. So not only are they. May have been dominating this event lately, their mother dominating the tour right now and kept specially like he's an interesting case he seems to review rediscovered his health and his game, and he become the first if he wins the first three winner of the PGA Championship in three straight years strokeplay. Yeah. Yeah. Crazy crazy gotTA watch for that. The Fedex thing which we've always torn apart right the took to win the. To win the Fedex Cup folks. It's it's sort of playoff format. They have now and the guy, the guy who wins it. However, they figure it out which is a very antiquated goofy convoluted. Can Point System the guy wins a JILLION dollars. Okay I think it used to be tend might even be more now okay that they went. So there's some problems with it because it doesn't work like an actual playoff. You know thirty two is no match plates metal, and then you will you will begin get frustrated if you haven't seen it before where they they post. Put up a graphic He's he's point five, three, eight points behind, and then they will try and give you all the combinations and permutations of who can win this thing depending on how you place these. It's really after. However what's going to have this thing up is Justin Thomas, is in the lead. Okay he may. If this guy wins this tournament okay, he may be unreachable for the Fedex Cup. No matter what? No matter what? No matter. What playoff you have no matter what who's places how where, when, and It potentially could happen Protects because you've got a big lead already. Go Right. We still have two more majors to get through. Yeah. Yeah. So. British I don't know I think the British were the first ones to say we're not doing it at all the masters as we know now is in November. This thing snuck up on me I didn't even know what was happening I like to till two days ago. I was I was looking Tom Adjusting wins that that deal and I'm looking at what's the event this weekend we'll. PGA. Champ. Lets you want at the end of the season where he kind of an also ran rights. Okay. One more here. It's still great in a wanamaker trophy and everything but it's usually at the end of the year that changed with the schedule change like a couple of years ago right? The first one out of the gate as far as majors go that. That's kind of a weird space to be in. If you're a PG star like you're just thinking, okay, this is this is different, but it's the whole year has been different hasn't it? Right? It is. Completely, different I still feel like spring because. I've lost interested in playing golf. Total interest in playing. I've played. Two eighteen hole rounds of golf since. Last September maybe six like a year ago. That's all I played couple of nine hole rounds. We'll being terrible right and and I'm terrible I'm just awful I like I think I send you. I don't know if I've seen a picture, my card, the other day nine holds. Fifty two and I cheated. Okay and shock fifty two. Steve is fucking bad if I played with you. Okay. If I played with you and you saw me play right now because we've played years ago, you would probably Walk off the green after I made an eighth or something or nine, and you'd probably put your arm around mingle. Are you? Okay? Yeah. I listen. We can take some time. Do you need lie down for a minute? Are you having a stroke or are you? Okay? I'm serious man. So what have you done with Jim Yep as so bad I had so many shots Steve Wargo like Did anyone see that? You know like Wide Open Fairway Steve Hitting a ball off a T. Okay and that will go. Back in. Anyway, winning a major baby is like there's four Stanley cups here. Is What is what golf is like? You know the British Masters PG and the US, open and. It's Full field. I love the majors I, love the majors. It's the best field probably. Now they've got some guys who've withdrawn but they still have ninety three of the top one hundred. That's always strive for to get as many of the top one hundred they can like that is an insane field to have that many of the top one hundred because as we all know, PG stars generally pick and choose the rank and file events, and if you like what if you liked the making birdies, this is the to watch golf. Their lighting it up and they are absolutely lighting it up. The players are so good. So good. So long you know they're hitting it. So freaking far that you've brought it up about a week ago that one of the manufacturers. So so so one day Br Bryson Shambo now, who put on four thousand extra pounds. Okay. He looks like muscle. Yup He looks like Arnold. Schwarzenegger, and has this not a very good looking swing anymore right and is ripping it almost four hundred yards a couple of times. I think it's Great I. Think it's Great and now so you're going to get to see this thing this week. With everyone full-throttle Stevie. Okay. Full throttle. You WanNa win a major take all the time take the chats man. Okay. Rip It as far as you can, and then a manufacturer came up and said, well, we don't want that. The manufacturers say this I don't care what the manufacture sale on. It's the guys who are making the rules that they're gonNA start trick and the sort of tricking things up as though this is something really easy that we have to nip this in the bud. Was Not winning every week. He's when he's on though and the SS driver going he's always going to be a force out there but clearly he's not winning every week so down. Golf is stupid in this way competitive golf professional. Competitive, golf is stupid in the sense that. If a guy shoots twenty under. which has happened to ton this year webster twenty. Five Twenty six hundred guys are winning, but they're only winning by a couple you know. So everyone's playing. So Golf is is the stupidest sport in the sense that they they do moat. Okay. Good play. Okay they. So if you start data really far and you start to knock in pots left and right to go like this. Well, this is no good. Make the Greens twice as fast grow the rough up one hundred inches, narrow the fairways in and make it eight thousand yards. It's like we'll. So what you're doing is, yeah, we don't want them to be very good. We. Don't want them to be very good. It's really weird. It's really weird and golf that they do that. You know let's get to a course where there's a thousand bunkers. Okay. Not Four hundred bunkers that they normally however, whatever you let's let's let's let's let's make six, hundred, twenty, five, yard par fives you know and so it's really weird. It's really weird. I. Struggle I honestly want them to go out and be the freaks they are. I. Want them to go out and shoot low scores. I WANNA be dazzled by them. I don't WanNa. See them struggle all day I wanNA see some struggle I want the movie challenged I don't want birdie every hole or anything but I don't want to go out and watch these guys just look like weekend hackers I can do. That by calling up my buddies and going to the rank and file course here well plus it's counterintuitive. Okay. So if you're watching golf and you WANNA take it up and you love the sport and you happen and you watch a guy shoot seventy six when you want him to shoot sixty six and they come the course going the Greens are fricken sixteen on the stint meter which which is really fast. And the rough snarly AH people are going to go I don't WanNa play that sport. So it's really it's really stupid and golf and I. Hope they stopped doing it I. Hope I stop hearing things. Well, we gotta go come up with a different ball that softer and doesn't go as far. We gotTa make the Greens tough for we've got a nod allow a certain type of driver 'cause they're hitting it's really just dump it's just done that they do. So anyway, they had the feature groups out they were released today and how the Tiger Woods Justin Thomas and rory mcilroy like that is as good as it gets right well, re down re keep reading. Here we go. This is the group's man they're all civil, they're all I mean Dustin. Jordan speed Justin rose. Okay. So sorry tobacco up the first three, all one PG. And more and more Okay Rory Justin and Who Wasn't Roy Justin and tiger? Tag. Okay. So we know what they've done forgot tiger. Gotcha. Victories kicked up. Loudest. So the next group is all US Open trump's I. think Dustin Johnson. George Rose and Jordan's beat Yup. So that's an ex- group. Okay. So there Kapka Gary Woodland Shane, lowry. Okay. So Shane Larry wins the British Open. Brooks Koepka of course PGA. Guy. and. The other guy won the open yourself Gary. Woodland. WanNa last year when the USO. and. Then you got Bryson do Shambo Rickie Fowler Adam Scott followed by Jon Rahm Phil Mickelson Sergio Garcia I. Don't think I have any interest after reeling off those five groups. Good luck to everybody else playing no galleries whatsoever. Just snuck into the PGA you're the last qualifier you're the third guy in the in the world out of the hundred going from it reminds me of. Realistically. Right. Realistically. There's GonNa be there's GonNa be. Many guys who got no chance got no chance. It reminds me of when I was living here when I first moved here in Edmonton and the orders were cooking. and. Like you and everyone else from Wanda Steve. and. He was playing with Detroit the oilers were so good Steve. Speaking. Of those first five groups of the PTA with the oilers were all of that. Okay. When it came into the playoffs. And Steve is may not want want me to sort of recall this, but it's true. It's true. I saw him I saw him downstairs before the start of the first game I. Think the second game. Of A playoff series that Detroit was in against Edmonton. And I said Hey stevie how's it going? Well we gotTA show up. It was something like that. Like he he would never want to say I was never gonNA. Try My best but he was more or less saying they're unbeatable. These guys are unbeatable and detract took on Edmonton in those years a pretty, damn good hockey team but just Edmonton was just stupid and that was the is the Calgary flames effect or the Winnipeg jets effect. Those teams had some good good rosters back in those days it just wasn't enough. Right. Right. There's one more and more golfing I wanted to touch on before we step away from this and that is the scheduling conflict that Ryan Moore has withdrawn over like I. Understand you know your wife's about to give birth understand injury I understand opting outs because of covid but to see that at the see that pop up as a headline today, Ryan More Pretty Damn Good Golfer I wouldn't be entirely shocked if he's right there on the leaderboard on Sunday right withdrawn over a scheduling conflict. got like. A. Dentist. Appointment. Scheduling conflict at this. Doesn't work on the schedule guest. Got To be something else got to be something else. That's going to your agency. Okay. Can't do this for whatever but tell him it's a scheduling conflict maybe that's Hilarious I thought that was an odd maybe regroup on that announcement. Yeah. All right. So that's why. I don't know is that the equivalent of going? Too. Tired to play in the Stanley Cup final. Pretty. Kids got a graduation account account make. Yeah don't be so stupid Ryan Okay don't be so stupid getting. And I know we've had some adjustments, but we've known that this was going to be the date of the PGA. Shift for many months now. For the throw this out there. Two days notice for this PGA. I got a lunch date. No, I can't. Yeah. I booked the exterminator battle coming Friday and my times in the after it was in the morning I'd be okay because he's not coming until two but. They had me I can't do I. GotTa. Let Thursday that I washed my hair. Just All right with that we'll call it a day right now. Crazy busy day today. So we shall. We shall keep our fingers crossed. The mighty leaves will give me maybe the inspiration for a blue team elimination. We want to leave Steve Come on. Come on we want to leaves we want all the Canadian teams come on go a little patriotic herald. You want all we all them all to win. You know how many people are swearing at their mobile device right now or their computer. People. Yet they got knock it off with this charade Steve of hating the leafs. Fading Elite, Academy. Today what did you learn today I learned That you like some. Interesting breakfast choices and you have many procedures that go with it. Three plates stevie three plates. It's all I'M GONNA. Tell you good night. We'll see you.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: The Tom Woods Show (August 19, 2019)

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: The Tom Woods Show (August 19, 2019)

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Lexus for importantly is offering pricing details about all customers will qualify offer valid alexis eastern area only and in september third twenty one thousand nine hundred the tom would show episode. Fourteen hundred seventy two prepared a set fire to the index card of allowable opinion. Your daily dose of liberty education vacation starts here. Tom would show if you've ever considered publishing a book through kindle. I have a lot of experience with it. I helped to publish there's bob murphy's book in kendall my own book real descent that was self published i published in kendall and i've assembled some videos that will show you step by step all the tech aspects six of preparing your manuscript to be published as a kindle book and also a series of strategies that most people don't know about that kindle itself makes available to you to help get the word out about your book so people actually see it and by get these videos for free at tom woods dot com slash kindle hi everybody. Tom woods here very glad to welcome back to the show. Well known libertarian content creator julie borowski and she's got a brand new project completely different from other work. She's done. It's ah children's book. A beautifully illustrated children's book called. Nobody knows how to make a pizza and it's based loosely on the pencil essay. I say we'll talk about that. If you don't know what that is and that's the sense in which nobody knows how to make a pizza so it is more or less teaching something about the way the market economy economy spontaneously coordinates extremely complicated forms of production so it's a it's a wonderful wonderful contribution and i'm delighted to talk to her about that that as well as later in our conversation the state of the libertarian movement as she sees julie welcome back tom and what a wonderful occasion for having you back i am delighted with this book and of course as the father of <hes> least at this point still a couple young girls. I'm always happy to see something more more for my girls to feast their brains on. Let's say and this book is beautifully illustrated and it's of course written very well and it it makes points that if people could just understand them when they're younger it would help them see the world much much more clearly when they're older so first of all congratulations to you on on this project <hes>. How long have you been working on it or when did when did occur to you to be a children's book author. I've been working on it for a few months now. So over the years a lot of people have talked to me that their kids actually like watching me on youtube libertarian parents. Some of them say you know. I don't really get your youtube channel but i have kids eight ten year olds at loved watch you and that was never my intention but when i think about it yeah i kind of do have a communication style that appeals to kids <hes> i can do fun. Silly stuff can simplify complicated subjects for kids and i saw that connor you know connor does the title twins and then i have advertised for him before he does great books and so many parents contacted me saying i love these books. Could you do something like this sounds like wow. There's a a huge demand for these books to teach kids about liberty so hey. I'm going to give it a try so i. I know i pencil <hes>. This is based on. I pencil <hes> it's born in my favorite essays because it just simplifies just the thing about pencils. <hes> i know leonard redid it. In a milton freeman a how pencil is so ordinary but it takes millions and millions of people just to come up with it and i said well you know kids. They don't really care that much about pencils but <hes> pizza. I kids love pizza so i came up with idea and i got illustrated in it yet and it's been in the works for few months. I'm really excited to have it out now. I was mentioning doing the illustrations and just before he went on you. Were telling me about how you had that done so this wasn't a longtime friend of yours or something. This was somebody from faraway. How did that come. No so i just posted online that i was looking for an illustrator and a bunch of people got back to me and i looked at their artwork and this lady tatyana copa tova tova. She did an amazing job so i looked at her portfolio in it was exactly what i wanted. I wanted a very traditional children's book that kinda style and and she did an amazing job for me. She actually lives in ukraine so it's kind of amazing. I guess we're talking about economics but how you can hire people around the world to do stuff for you. It was really awesome. That is really tremendous. So that's kind of goes to show again the the opportunities. We have living today day that you could find somebody. Remember the very first time i all i needed. Was i have a a digital product and i wanted to be able to sell gift subscriptions to it and so i want to have was just a little icon of a of a present with a bow on and i don't know how to draw that me forget it so i i went on one of these freelancers sites and somebody from india did it for me within an hour now that that's a world i wanna live. That's just that's an amazing thing so the idea of of i pencil of course as you say this classic essay is that it's not just a matter of what goes on in the pencil factory itself. The pencil factory in a way is kind of the least interesting part of the pencil. So how would you then described to a child that the process of and by the way i like also that you moved away from the pencil because maybe children are more interested in pizza than they are in pencils right so think about your audience. How do you make clear to them that how you make pizza it's not just the guy in the pizza shop throws them dough in the air and puts it in the oven and there's a pizza yeah so the bucks. Nobody knows how to make a pizza. When you say that pat you kind of think. What do you mean. Nobody knows how to make a pizza like baker. Just puts the pizza together in the oven. Puts a tomato sauce cheese but you actually look at what goes on before that ax so. I talked about how there's the farmer. There's a delivery guy. There's a woman working in the factory. All the things that go on behind the scenes that kids may not think about then you you start thinking about everything around you. How many people went into making very very simple things so it's really an amazing thing and yeah i cited with pizza because because pencils i feel like kids. Don't even use pencils anymore so i wanted to make something like a silly topic. That kids like i think adults like the book too so once once. A child has read this. What exactly do you want that child to walk away with other than i guess a pizzas more complicated than i thought why does kind of want to open up kids minds and i went to have discussions with their parents. I want them to look around. I kind of said it really opens kids minds to how things are created did and one of the points that i make in the book of course i pencil as well is that there's no central planners. There's nobody organizing this process and how it comes together through spontaneous order in the invisible hand of course i don't say that in the book but i think kids kind of get the point that there doesn't need to be a central planner let people be free to create and and they can create amazing things like cheese pizza that everyone loves kit just to kind of open their minds and discussions with their parents and realize that freedom is possible label. What's the age range. You're aiming this at so. I wrote ages three to eight of course eight year. Olds are going to be able to understand it more but if you look at the illustrations. I know you've seen this book that i think kids that are three four years old. They may not exactly get the concepts but i think they're like the pictures i i think it's just a beautifully illustrated. Book is about pizza. I think three four year olds love pizza and you know maybe they're growing and our realize what the books about by yeah. I think three to eight it is a good range. Now i know that as of this recording now we're speaking in the middle of august <hes> twenty nineteen <hes> we're still in a preorder state with this book but i'm curious about even though it's not in general circulation just yet although people should go to amazon and order it and i'll have it up on the show notes page but if you've had an opportunity to let's say try it out on children so far i yeah i had a few children read at who really loved it. I of reached out to teachers. I wanted this book that libertarian parents will love astle wanted just a book that any kind of parents will love that you can give to your nieces nephews who's grown children and their parents won't get mad at you that you're not trying to indoctrinate their kids so i kinda wanna just book that anyone could read so i elicit <hes> kids. I enlisted teachers of all kinds of political backgrounds to read the book and they all loved it. It's really just about educating kids about economics. It's not political indoctrination. I wanted to make that very clear that this isn't like me trying to brainwash your kids but just to educate them about economics. I they do want to point out the actual show notes page. I didn't mention it before. It's tom was dot com. Slash fourteen seventy two and that's where we'll have a link to the book. You should definitely get it. If you have a child or you know somebody somebody with child or you know somebody. Who's a child who you want to get a gift for well. Look no further. Tom was dot com. Slash fourteen seventy two is where you wanna go. I'm curious about whether the process of doing it was pleasant or a big pain in the neck or what and whether you would consider doing more if you have any ideas or is it too soon to think about that yes. I'm actually writing the second one now so hopefully this one says will can afford to hire an illustrator again on. It took me a few months. Ons writing was a bit difficult because i know there's a lot of stuff a ni- pencil and i need to get down to thirty two pages. Which is the standard children's book picture book lane so i was you know throwing things around. I hired an editor. She was really really good editor. She worked for disney so this was something this is not like a libertarian person and this is someone that i just kind of wanted to basically someone who knew children's books in so basically she tossed ideas back to me you know how can we get this book to be more broad art so yeah. It was a couple months. I would definitely do it again. This book is self published. I really wanted to be self published because i wanted to have creative control over the process. I didn't wanna publisher telemedia chain something. I wanted to have the final say in everything so this is my own project and yeah i would definitely klay do it again. I have a really cool idea of the next book which hopefully will be released is going to have to do with cats kids like cats and pizzas so hopefully if we all get a chance to do that. Some of my listeners know that i'm a i'm distinctly a cat person myself not a dog person and this has <hes> this has created some dissention among the ranks within the ranks here among the tom would show listeners and you know i. I don't know if rothbart ever really said this but it's it's attributed to murray rothbart that everybody is allowed one deviation in libertarianism and in life one major deviation and i got a lot of people tell me that my being a cat person is. I better be pretty good other than that. Because i've already used up my one deviation i mean by the way are you a cat person. I'm both a cat in a dog person. I have two cats hats in their honestly the reason why i have cats because they're easier to take care of <hes>. I grew up with dogs. You have to wake up very early in the morning to take dogs out to go the bathroom after him cats. They have litter boxes in your house just so much easier but i'm not sure why people say that's unlimited -tarian because i think that cats in libertarianism kind of go toge- eh terry thing. There's just giving me a hard time. The cat is very much the i'm not gonna bother you. You don't bother me kind of animal exactly eh yeah so i perfectly happy with with my cats and i think there is now. There may be a smidge of libertarianism there all right. I want to as long as i have you i did about. I don't know a month month and a half ago. I had a week called ladies of liberty and i knew that you were finishing up this project so i didn't prematurely have on there but you were very much missed because everybody assumed you would be on that how you're not gonna have julie borowski on <unk> ladies of liberty week so well. Julie got her own week. She's got her own episode episode in her own week and you know in the old days i used to we used to see each other like we being you know people in the speaking circuit and we would run into each other and <hes> i remember you and i being on some godawful first thing in the morning flight sometime like out an idaho or something right so but i don't see that many anyway. I don't see people anymore. <hes> that quite as much. I don't keep up with them on how things are going so first of all. I'm curious. Are you still out there on the speaking circuit as much as you used to be no not so much anymore kind of slowed down. I've had different priorities and i just want to do something else so i decided to do children's books. I think you know i've been kind of putting my youtube channel on hold for allied different reasons but one reason is. I just feel like they're such people say this all the time but there's such a toxic political culture out there where i just feel like everything i say is just people just attack me like there's no sense of new sensor sir middle ground anymore. It's just kind of driving me crazy. The sensationalist and you have to talk about what everyone's talking about in the news to be a row of political critical commentator in so much is just outrage in stupid stuff in it's becoming <unk> or anti-trump in it's just kind of like i wanted to put that down and do something positive and i felt that children's books is more positive thing on making more of a difference. Hopefully in people's lives so i'm trying find something new allen. We'll see how it goes. I totally sympathize with that. I've been able to keep the podcast going. I built up a listenership that it just seems to stay with me which i appreciate but that's despite the fact that a lot of the times <hes> a lot of time they'll be some issue. That's in the news and there is no. Tom would show episode on and that's partly because everybody else is talking about it. What do i have to add if i really feel like i have something unique to add then. I'll jump in like that covington catholic high school school thing. I could not restrain myself from jumping. I could not believe that episode but generally. I don't want people going through my list of episodes to say well. This is old like this. This is not even relevant anymore. I want them to be as evergreen as possible but you're right that if you're doing that it's not as eye catching as if you're hitting day's headlines and that's what everybody wants everybody he comments on and of course you're also right about the abuse you take. Oh my gosh i mean all i'm doing is making some podcast episodes. People really there are a lot of you know worst people out there for you to be angry at than a podcast or like me but my solution to that is i just ignore everybody. I pay no attention if people wanna make nasty comments. I don't even look at them. I don't see them. They don't bother me. It doesn't doesn't penetrate so you know there is that approach is but on the other hand. I know on your facebook page. You're very the active or you have been very active and i think you are pretty skilled at knowing exactly how to drive engagement through different tactics and stuff so i guess in that sense it would be hard for you to avoid the bad people but on the other hand on facebook you just ban them. Actually don't ban on facebook <hes> yes you should know that's your one deviation. Not banning people all right what happens though is they create fake profiles in come back at you know take care. She's so you can't keep them away she. I guess i guess your critics are much more persistent than than mile might get banned. They don't bother they say all right. I'm not gonna leave. I maybe they maybe they come bother you. I don't know what happens but they don't bother me again so all right so then other than this book project <hes> but you know i don't even wanna let's listen i think it was when i was driving when i was talking about not really being in as as frequent contact as i used to be with a lot of the the regular names on the speaking circuit you did kind of hinted this in the in the reference to the toxic political culture uh-huh. How do you feel about the state of our movement. I mean the the term. Liberty movement is just i dunno. It's kind of a weird term but it's it's somewhat <unk> at somewhat broader than libertarian movement because you know you when i did interact with some people who would not call themselves libertarians but we're pretty much fellow travelers. How do you feel about the state of things six. <hes> <hes> you on the town would show. I know i'm supposed to say you know. This is the strongest we've ever bannon. You know look at the future and all this positive things but i just feel like it's it's been divided for a few years now now and i just feel like people of course we have the all right. There's a lot of libertarians who had gone to the outright and then there's the left libertarians who are still still there. It is just it's not looking good to be honest with you guys of now. It's not looking good. I'm sorry well there is a a lot of infighting. I would say the writers are not really in the movement anymore. They're not really hitting us and then yeah they're left libertarians but <hes> you know the really really hard core ones there aren't that many but in terms of institutional libertarianism. We won't mention any names you know. There are a couple of big institutions. I can think of the where there's some. There's some rivalry among them and and and bad blood and all that and so there's been a lot of us eating each other that definitely see that's been going on and that i really think was minimized during the ron paul years. There really wasn't a whole lot of that in vietnam. Is that how you remember it. I mean i think libertarian and fighting has been going on for decades now. Even before i was involved in libertarian politics <hes> yeah but what around palm movement we actually had some common grounds you had libertarians had more conservative anarchist all for ron paul so we were able to kind of unite and fight for one thing and they kind of after the ron on paul a presidential campaign. Everyone kind of went their own ways and there's been a lot of infighting. I think you're always going to have in fighting. When people are passionate about the the issues as libertarians are but i feel like there's a lot of people who have left libertarianism in the past few years to go to the art right. I think there's a lot of reasons for that but i just feel like the libertarian movement isn't as a quote unquote hot as it was a few years ago and i'm trying to figure out a way to get that back but i don't know why do you think that is you know. I've been thinking about it a lie. I think a lot of it has to come down to trump <hes> where trump was talking about winning. We actually want to win something. A lot of libertarians kinda just tired of losing a feels like we're always losing. It is always a disappointment where i think think trump <hes> who is libertarian some issues. He's also not libertarian other issues. Yes i know that <hes> but some libertarian said hey. I want to jump on this trump. Train actually wanna win something for once so it of course they got involved in shopping so much the outright just kind of feels like libertarianism karmic that left behind. I think there are people who looked at trump thought well. He's got some good qualities and he's got a much better chance of winning than we have so we might as well jump on and get what we can and then there were others who were horrified by that kind of approach as so i wonder if at least for the libertarian movement if this matters if a democrat wound up getting elected elected would the libertarian movement be less fractious. Let's say yes. I thought about this. I feel like if hillary clinton won. The libertarian movement would be a lot stronger because we would unite with conservatives. Just as we saw the tea party movement under obama there was so much rush united against one person or bama now. I think there would be needed against hillary clinton but now of course we have trump where libertarians are divided on him <unk> some like him some don't like him so it's just kind of just for fighting back and forth. We don't have that common ground anymore that we used to have one. Let me take a quick minute to to think what i think may be the sponsor. I am the most proud to promote and that's an amazing sight skill share dot com. What an opportunity. You have as tom would show listener listener to get free access to over thirty thousand classes for two months. That's classes in design business illustration illustration creative writing mobile photography whatever it is. You're gonna find it. Unskilled share doesn't matter whether you're looking to discover new passion or start a side hustle or gain new professional national skills skill share is going to keep learning thriving and reaching your goals. 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It's just you i mean you've just between that and you manage your own social media pages right. Yes yes okay so you. That's what i mean so you're one woman show so in order to stay afloat and do this successfully and have it work for you. You do have to keep engagement up and you gotta make sure they're a million possible pages and people that people in your in who follow you could be looking at and so we wanna drive eyeballs to your page and get your page in the feed and so on what are the topics that seemed to work that that seemed to really take off and what are the ones that seem to bore people people death and you just can't get any traction with no matter what you do i mean the biggest one right. Now is immigration. It feels like that's all people wanna talk buys immigration immigration immigration at i'm somebody who has kind of a more middle ground approach in immigration and that's why i get taxed from all different sides. That's what i'm talking about bad. There's no room for nuisance. There's no room for middle ground anymore. It's like no. I don't want kids to be in cages but also i feel like there's a problem with open borders letting everyone and because of this massive welfare state and can we have a discussion of civil discussion about this. It just seems like it's impossible these days. That's like the biggest thing right now. Wow <hes> what boris people to death. Gosh i mean it seems like any kind of <hes> economic. Thing is kind of gotten down because because people want to talk about cultural issues also on youtube we look at what's going popular right now. It's about feminism i've done that. <hes> being around for dating all kinds of stuff. A lot of conservatives have moved to more social issues s. j. w. does something crazy's. Let's talk about that type of thing where i think economics is kind of not really a thing that gets a lot of us. That's one of the things why i wanted to make this book because i like economics i wanna talk about. Economics makes it just feels like people. Don't care that much about that right now. It seems it's all about s j deputies and culture wars and all kinds of stuff like that. I wonder if that's partly because you know the economy has been doing okay and that when you and i were really on the speaking circuit we were right in the throes of the financial crisis in i mean you'd have to be crazy. Crazy not to be interested in the economy at that time. That's a good point. Yes yes so maybe maybe the the obsession. I'm not saying that these are important issues but maybe the almost exclusive to focus on cultural issues is kind of a luxury we have because the economy is kind of okay. Hey <hes> people can afford the leisure to just to talk about stuff like this. Whereas if if you're watching the value of your stock portfolio plunged by fifty percent maybe you don't care so much about what the hell he's up to anymore. So you know we'll see what the future holds there are. Have you been following the democrats at all yeah. I actually don't watch the debates anymore. They depress me so by. I look up online yeah okay because i mean i still do the i did debate analysis episodes with lou rockwell all last cycle for the republicans and now we're doing it for the democrats and it's just not as much fun as the republicans he was these they would try to sound like they were in agreement with us except on foreign policy but but the so then it was just fun to tease out the little deviations here and they're both democrats like oh my gosh i know where to start and i had spent i spent so many years ears going after the neo cons that i think i temporarily forgot how horrible the left is too so i'm be reminded of that on a daily basis with these people. Do you have the the same interest in or at least somewhat rooting interest in somewhat of a sympathy for tulsi gabbard that some libertarians have. I know she's pretty good on foreign policy but i think she's a socialist on pretty much everything else <hes> <unk>. She's okay. Is there anybody think would be the least bad <hes> um. I don't know there's a lease that i feel like any what i say. People will say well julie browse. He supports this version. I know it is not an any doors on. I don't know i feel like joe. Biden probably wanna be as bad as elizabeth warren or bernie sanders. He's kind of more moderate. I suppose i feel like the left. Has kinda gone really radical the right <unk> radical. I feel joe. Biden may be a more moderate democrat so maybe he won't be as bad as the other ones but i mean he's still a bad on most issues yeah yeah and i wonder if he would feel like to protect himself. He's gotta <hes> if he got in power is going to throw a bone to the progressives here and there but on the other hand he's what does he seventy six. I mean where he really be seeking taking real action. Maybe he won't feel like does anybody anything because he's got no reelection to campaign for who really knows. How do you get information. What are your favorite sources. I go to twitter. That's the first thing i go to and see what people are talking about a particular twitter accounts. You think a really juicy like i should. The following are gosh. I don't know i just see what's traded on twitter <hes> yeah because i realized today because i send out a pretty regular email newsletter her as my my poor listeners have heard me badger them about all the time and i realized that i could write a good email newsletter every day just by looking the at a._o. Sees twitter and refuted whatever she saying i mean it is a ready made supply endless or s._e. Cup s._e. Cut makes me crazy so there are some or or max boot. There are some accounts you could just follow just for the fodder in case you have a run out of ideas so i think yeah so twitter twitter is good so there isn't a news website or anything or aggregate gator that you go to in the morning just took twitter. Wow and what's your twitter handle on my name julia hausky. Oh it's julie borowski. Okay yeah all right and i'm sure i follow you. That'd be impossible for me not to follow you but you know what i'm gonna check. Let's see okay yes. Of course we follow each other okay. Do you do a a lot of tweeting or do you mostly use it for news i do do a lot of tweeting actually do like to tweets of sometimes. It's kind of dangerous because i just tweet tweet what's going on my head or it's kind of like thinking out loud to me a sometimes. I tweet things that i go do something. I come back our to later. I see a bunch of response is like oh crap. I forgot. I tweeted that <hes> i like to tweet. I like to respond to people's tweets <hes> actually more than facebook these days. I i think it just a cool way to get your thoughts out in a quick manner. I've kind of drifted away from facebook also just because when they few years ago there's just decided that pages. We're going to be seriously downgraded in the feed. After i spent a long time building up my my page got up to a certain number of people and it's just stagnated there for few years because i can't be bothered to try to build it up when they're going to show what i post two three percent of my people i mean these are people who signed up to see what i have to say and and facebook is is assuming that they don't really want to hear what you have to say but you know what i disagree. I think they do yeah. You have to pay to play on facebook arm. I don't really i put money into things. I say on facebook twitter anyone who's following you. It's yeah it's better at reaching people. I'd say in facebook. 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150: Why Now, Why This Tone-Deaf Initiative?: Friday, September 17, 2021

The Morning Toast

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150: Why Now, Why This Tone-Deaf Initiative?: Friday, September 17, 2021

"Cool morning feels welcome back to the morning toast and ha be friday. Saturday gotta get down on addy. Everybody's looking forward to the we get we again. Friday friday getting down on friday. Happy friday everyone. We did it. Not only did we make it to friday. We survived yom kippur. I don't know about you. But i'm feeling lighter physically emotionally. I do also feel like. I've been hit by a bus. Like i don't know what i mean. It's because they've never fast in more than thirty seconds in my life. But like i guess some people go a day with like not eating a lot or like you know eating every couple of hours but me. I'm consistently eating. And i just feel like my whole body doesn't know what to do. Yeah it's a lot i mean. I had a bit of a different experience this year. Because i was eating but i was trying not to eat gluttonous way. It was like i know you wake up. I need to have a little breakfast. And then i had a little lunch and then like a smack so it wasn't just like eating all day because i could. I still wanted to feel the effects of pain. And i do feel like i was in your like. Even though i didn't fast i was in yom kippur. That's really all that matters. You were in it. I was in it mentally and spiritually. So i do feel as though i'm ready to move on with this year now. I'm definitely ready. Like i can't believe i'm on the other side of keeping like i dreaded it for so long yesterday i was like i'm going to make the most of this weekend. I'm to eat everything drink. Everything go everywhere and now that it's hard and i'm like i think i'll take it easy this weekend. Yeah but definitely yom kippur makes you look at food. Certain foods like with a renewed spirit like the things that you really miss. Well i of course you know. There was keyboard. But i had a major other life development that on wednesday i started downton abbey. And it's happening so good like i am. I ever going to be like yeah. We know we watched it a million years ago. Well you have to know about me is like i'm the most stubborn bitch on the planet and if you catch me in a moment of weakness where i agree to watch something i swore off and like i like it like i will change my tune. But i'm stubborn. And i like i'm a creature of habit and i don't like to try new things so yes i know i'm like shit talking downton like my whole life. I take back everything i said like. It's so fucking good. Like and i just. I can't say enough good things about it you know like shall i go fetch the linens like i can't talk like that. It's so good i need to live in downton and i need to marry the dad because like the data's the best character you think he s no he's so good to run such a mench like he is a mentioned. But he's also kind of lake pretty dull no fever character the dowager countess dolla dowager countess. Is everything everything of the sort like someone needs to do a youtube compilation of just our most savage moments most savage women's everything that comes out of her mouth to pearl. It is my other favorite character. Is mrs patmore. Got of course. The kitchen energy wean one hundred fantasies. My favorite characters hundred pat. Moore's always yelling at daisy. You feel bad about herself now. They're becoming tattoo you. They are a unit technically But pat moore's is everything. I couldn't even more warms like makes me imo more like positively negatively. You know happy going through a hard time. We're happy times. Moore's happy i'm happy. The more sad sad so i'm like season two episode for the episodes are very long and very dense. What really is like a treat and it's something you don't watch when you're on your phone like i watch it with subtitles. Just because i did too. I don't want like a joke to watch a couple of episodes. I'm like you know what i think. They could do it without the subtitles and turn them off. And i was like missing. Good shit yeah. I watched with subtitles. To when i watch Like british steps she. Because i don't wanna. I don't wanna not understand one thing. I think i heard something but it's actually something else. Bright you just miss out an i watch subtitles with the crown. Like from start to beginning by you know what. Let me just keep subtitles on. I don't need to be too proud. You subtitles and i'm just loving it. The thing is matching with ben. And he's like always doing stuff. So i do have to wait for him so it will be a while before i finish but i always start shows and then like with ben and run away with them so i decided i'm gonna keep this one. Okay try your best. But like if he's really slowing you down you have to was. He's always doing stuff like either. He's working or you're socializing going golf. Having lunch with his friends. Like i say at home all the time. You're a stay at home. Tv watcher literally stayed home dog. Mom and i just feel like i should be able to watch. Downton abbey i agree. I'm so glad that you're watching it. I'm so happy that you'll be like talking about it on the show that way. It gives me an excuse to talk about it some more. It's literally the best show ever enjoy what. I'm so sorry that i wasn't here for you when you were going through your downton phase. Because i would've loved to have like went on the journey joining me knowing that we could have spoken about instead you were just talking to a brick wall. And i'm so stubborn like you know i didn't even care i know. And that's part of my people are like self realization like be interested in other people's interests right. 'cause you're just about six months behind also so moronic. We should've went on the journey together. I know i try and tell you these things all the time in anytime. I'm talking about like my personal interests. Speak as quickly as possible. Fall asleep over. I'm not only should you. Maybe care a little bit about what. I'm what i'm into but just know you're six months away from it. No i know i know. And i'm so severed. And i wish i could say that i'll change really could but i'm so stubborn like i probably won't. You'd probably isn't good enough to know that. I'm realizing acceptance is the first step that's true but there are other steps so i think i've checked off denial now. I'm an acceptance and that's where all stop. I think that's probably where you'll stopped him. Unless you want to hear about the new york documentary by rick berns right now. Headed into the thirties. So i was watching this docu series. I'm yom kippur. It was heavy especially like as in the great depression. There's a lot going on but it's really a super informational and once again. I'm just looking at my city with renewed spirit and i'm really glad for that because it's it's hard being a hater it depends on who you are because like for me. It's so natural. But i feel like you're you're really like naturally like pretty optimistic person chattel that negatively to living in the city that i it like hey just like being amongst these like just it's negative drink eight so negative and so. This show is really giving me a more positive outlook on my city in. So that's good that's good and you know a little bit of history never hurt nobody. No but also speaking of new york. I have made the smallest bit of progress in seeing the snow by christmas. I have found. I haven't even seen yet but online. He founded listing. She likes but i have to say like until this point. I haven't even found a listing. I like so that's how dire these times are in the market. show jackie. she thought it was great. I'm going to check it out after this. And i mean it looks like it has promised but it could also just be a floppy good pictures. Yeah yeah and there's certain things that it needs to hit that they didn't show pictures of that. I'm just like yeah like a walking closet whereas the picture. Oh i'm not as concerned about that. It looks like a nice size on the blueprint views. Show us of you. Look what are we look. How much snow or northwest east south is. They're building in front of my hope. Not on the airspace. I would love to look at literally a empty lot. As opposed to like a gorgeous skyscraper. Of course. Because i need to know before christmas and if i don't i'm just letting you know like check me into bellevue because i'm gonna lose it. Yeah okay we're working on it. Yeah we are. We are well other. It's friday which is just such an amazing feeling. Congratulations to everyone forgetting here. And if you fast yesterday. Congratulations on that as well. Yes good your share kyle out and we have a great show for you. I think we should just jump right in. We have a lot to discuss. You know not too much happened while we were off line. Which was crazy. We weren't on our phone hours and it's like what if something crazy happens. I was having honestly like a panic attack about my phone. I actually felt like this year was the first year in a while where i had a harder time. Not eating no. I had a hard time. Not looking at my phone. That i did with the eating like i was just glancing over. My phone was often my nightstand. I just kept looking at it like to someone need me. Was there an article written about me. Like i was having crazy and then cloudy and nobody cares about you like you're fine Which did break we care about. Also aren't using their phones that's true it was. It was hard honestly. Like i'm on. The phone was really really hard. Usually i look forward to the day off. I think my addiction to talk has made it so that. I i had a hard time this year. That's really crazy. I totally enjoyed not having the phone. I check my phone like even just like to look to see someone. Text me like i check it way too much. Like nobody texted. You know what i mean or then i get caught like looking at instruments just so toxic honestly. Knocking on my phone was amazing. Let's so good for you. I wanted to it more but because it wouldn't work then everyone would just be like worried about me. It's like why aren't you answering for eight hour no totally. You can't do that in this age right but also my liaison so if you're looking for me just accurate because he's my personal secretary home winnings pimm if you wanna reach him. He takes the most thorough notes. I fucking love bro. I love bruce so much. She's the sweetest cutest thing is and for anyone looking for updates. Bruce doing really well. He's so special hicks. She was our house yesterday. Because we use the same dog walker and yesterday they went on a walk together. So i'm laying in bed. And i hear and i'm like what the fuck sad and i'm like thinking because there's someone in my hallway. Doorbell rings mike. Oh yes it's time for. Theo's walk and i guess you know because we live close to each other. They thought that which walk the dog together. Which is a brilliant idea. And i opened the door. And bruno just came leaping into my arms full of gratitude full of joy full of empathy full of sass and it was honestly the most loving embrace. I've had in so long. And honestly i've been thinking about it a lot like i just thought it was the most amazing moment of my life and then he just like ran into my apartment. And we're like no bruno time for your walk but it was so i had a better vocabulary to really put a working on being dead serious. No like joyous. What's it like for joyous like ten times joyous like ten heart bursting. Like what's the word for that. I don't know and also like we have totally like i think our generation also like you and i we totally like abuse language. Where like we use such extreme words for such mundane things like you say like something. That's two percent funny. I'm dying new a hundred words. Don't even mean anything anymore thick. You know yeah. I was thinking about that and watching the documentary like they were some quotes. Mike some poets and they're like these like the brooklyn bridge was terrific and it's like but he said something was terrific mike. What was wrong with it. Like y'all city the whole world like was terrific. It's bigger words now because we just keep out doing are ruining the old word. Yeah so like okay. The nineteen thirties was terrific. What's the word for just like unbelievably amazing gorgeous in special wonderful. Like it's just those are the word laureus. Yeah that's a really good point. Thank you you're so smart. thinks claude. Okay that's a great note to go onto the show into and thank you for speaking for it's about brew. It means everything. it's pledge. Okay let's get into the fastest stories that you do need to know before you wake up and take a bite out of your morning toast. I'm end. 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Yeah oh ben's to know sonoma's working on spirits and then he's going to meet us in the b. is so far that beginning part will just to. You'll have the throttle enter the throttle yet but like with the two of us like there's literally nothing compared to the energy like me and brian when we're on vacation and i don't know where we're going to go. I'm just going to let go where brian says. But i just don't have the best time like we're definitely going to go to the casino and snorkeling like brian. Schlick knows how yeah totally you need to be on vacation with something like that and someone who just wants to lay on the beach all day. I've been going on vacation my whole life with you end ben and all we want to do is lay on the beach. When when i. I took a trip to a beach with brian. He was like what do you wanna do today. I'm like what else is there to do. And he planned a beach drop. We went snorkeling like it was the best trip of my life like that. We spent like five days in virgin gorda like some. Of course. I never even heard of the hotel or the island. Schupp nicest hotel. I've never stayed out of my life. If you're ever looking for like a nice alternative to the maldives for your honeymoon rosewood little dix bay. That's the real name little dix. Nice except when brian arrived. Big dick bay. Are you ready to get into the stories. I read some big news. Justice for the girls. Simone biles is speaking out against the entire system that enabled and perpetuated former olympic gymnastics. Doctor larry nassar's abuse on wednesday. The gymnast joined fellow athletes. Michaela moroni maggie. Nicols and allie basement. As part of a panel who testified at a senate hearing on the fbi's handling of the nassar investigation spoiler alert. They didn't handle it whatsoever. Right the four women alleged that the f. b. i. Made false statements in their official report which they say failed to document the survivors. Claims mcgill maroney. Said she spoke to the fbi and they wrote a report. Seventeen months later full of is right. They didn't write. the report. didn't report the abuse that she came forward when and when they finally did over a year later there were false claims full of misinform. What is the point of the fbi. If you're not protecting our girls the thing. When i watch like all these documentaries at the end of the day of course the people were like larry. Nassar's are one hundred percent of blame of course but there are all these systems in place like. That's what i always think of the gabriel fernandez documentary. Which is literally the worst documentary in the worst story. I've ever heard and it's not like this boy who died of abuse from his parents. It's like it wasn't reported like a child and family services. They knew about it. They visited the home. Like it's not like there was nothing they couldn't do anything because it had never been reported they knew about it. It's the same with the fbi. National thing it's like these systems are constantly letting us down. It's like what's the point. What's the point. It's so frustrating. Yeah i know the f. b. is to blame here larry nassar land but so it was usa gymnastics. Where is the accountability big time. and so. that's what the girls were saying in their testimonies. And i mean we said this during the olympics when we were talking about some on some of this but also hearing them speak to the senate and like they all had their prepared statements and really detailed the abuse that they suffered like. It's not just larry nassar. Who needs to go down for this. It's the whole system. It's the whole system. I just like that is just the the craziest thing to me. That like these girls were were representing our country. Who are you know. Terrific in every single way riddick and they are suffering abuse and they come forward with it and there's no one there to protect them. No and then what you think about like what. They've been through from like the sense of the olympics. Like all these girls who who testified at the top of their game the best in the world winning medals for our country going through the mental anguish of that which is a lot like simone biles talks about it all the time like having the pressure of the world and then also dealing with trauma like you can only imagine what was going through their heads and they still succeeded and won medals like these girls are so tough. Li- like michaela maroon said that. Larry nassar abused her right before she went out and won team. Gold that's fucking crazy learners imprisoned crack. Yes but doubt this. This hearing is about the fbi is complete ineptitude. Those what's the point knowing. What is larry nassar. Decorated doctor had to protect him. Like just get rid of him and all the introduce fire one person after one claim was made and they couldn't even do that right and wise the worst possible claim child abuse the worst and just like a mat like and i can only imagine what it feels like to also be like one of these parents you entrust usa gymnastics and these professional coaches in their hands are so many adults around right and you think nothing like that kind of travel with you they go international it makes me think again about this is there are so many corrupt people in usa gymnastics. Who haven't gone down for this. And the usa gymnastics team went to tokyo this year without their parents. Right right right no. It's so twisted. And i love all these girls for speaking out and i watch videos and it was so sad because like all of them just like wanna be strong but like they and they are but they get so choked up like talk. It's first of all so personally talking about your trauma in front of like a roomful. Men like it's just a weird. And i just think they're amazing and i'm so annoyed at this whole story and i think literally like i hate them all and death larry nassar yeah and to anyone else who heard about this in houston and did nothing right. Not only did nothing but acted like against the girls and protected larry nassar and wrote false reports for the fbi ripe. But i was just thinking like anyone who heard the abuse and didn't call nine one one but that's fbi buried the report no literally. It's so crazy and then you think like how could this have gone on for so long and it's actually very clear how it went on for so long. Nobody did anything. People were coming forward. Nobody did anything and you just feel like so many times. We've reported on stories like this where there's abuse ongoing for years. So many people know about it. Nobody does anything about it and it's just like what. what are people doing. Moronic i ready for our next story. Sure switching gears a little. Bit little housewives crossover bethany frankel claims. Tom girardi owed her late. Ex dentist shields. Five hundred thousand dollars heard about this. She said on her podcast right. He's mentioning it all on mentioning it. All bethany franco claims. She's known about tom. Charities financial spur years as he allegedly owed her late ex. Dennis shields five hundred thousand dollars. The former rony star said during the latest episode of her podcast that she met the disgraced lawyer and a lawyers conference a few ago. Franken claimed she talked to tom at the time about how his then wife erika was wanting their wealth on beverly hills bragging about everything from the fifty thousand dollars she spent on glam to owning to private planes. She said my experiences especially with housewives. If someone's flaunting their money they don't really have it after that meeting. Franco claimed shields told her that gerard owed him girardi owed him money. He owes me half a million dollars. Bethany claim. Dennis told her. I know this other guy. He owes a million and a half dollars to. He doesn't have money he does everybody money. That's fucking crazy. I mean it's easy to say stuff like that like once. Everyone knows right. Tom is like a delinquent. But i totally believe this. Like and bethany actually really does have a unique perspective on the house with and they remember she did. She was on the cover of like fast company and she did a whole interview and a lot of it was about like housewives money and she is right like when you think of like the most like gaudy the right word like ostentation. Yes i think of like the early to rec- years. I think of jenn shaw. I think of erica. jane. And when i think of like who are probably the richest housewives like i'm kyle or like crystal beverly hills ladies they're not ostentatious at all like they dressed very nice to have nice homes but they're not always being like two planes. You know when you talk about it. Yes i agree but also again in hindsight it's easy of core point out the people who can talking too much. I'm sure it's easy we could. We could find someone who's very you know ostentatious with their money and has no money problems but honestly someone i mean like duri. Delete is very like money. I feel like i don't know that she's ostentatious about money. It's not like she's always talking about anything other than fashion we'll. Pk had gone her bet lynn and arrived in the show. If she jumped off the boat or something she was getting at a birkin. Yeah and like you know. They had that big house at chili's soliven but it was a rental. I don't know. I think there's something to because shop that shit. Though shoes she does that was next season wondering then like nobody was here for her. Ok okay i'm essay. She doesn't do that stuff as much anymore but she does have. Concerning financials case so funny and open about financial situation like saying there were like you lost a billion dollars real estate. He's like no. I lost two billion as long as their money. Troubles are behind them. I appreciate that attitude. But considering he's able to talk about it and laugh you have to believe it's fine. Yes but i'm trying to think of a house who sought out there with her money. Who actually has the money. Back it up Like different franchises. Yeah honestly tiffany. Moon was like very like big house. Big closet everything clark wine cellar and she had the chops tobacco up or on that random hotel like she yet. No that's a really good. That's a good one. Yeah so it's not always the case. No but i would say like more often than not. Yeah i would agree with. That and bethany can sniff it out. Yeah but it's also like i don't know but it's just like a little condescending when it comes to the housewives yeah she is and also like speak up before him right. Eric is at the top of new share. The nation dennis five hundred knowledge is power. Yeah i know but like easier said than you know yells church. You hear rumors about people. And they're also in the house like some of the rumors are true summer fall so like you're not they don't bring them up about each other. It was the worst kept secret in. La that he as what she said you know what rumor was true deleted much wetter. Go after that. The room was a true deleted. Much wetter I started out next. But yeah wrap that miley did when she deleted her twitter was i would say top ten most important moments of our lives as a family like we were so shuck first of all like that. She deleted her twitter saying that she released a song and music. Video about it like we were quaking in our boots on youtube. Like really marco. Hogwash reno's every single word to that rap that's really true the days like my leeann mandy and then they started beefing with selena. Demi like take me back such simple times. Truly ready for next story shorter less simple. So some royal family news prince philip's will will remain secret for at least ninety years to protect the dignity of elizabeth. So using his wills remain secret for at least ninety years to protect the dignity of the queen and other members of the royal family. A london judge has ruled sir. Andrew mcfarland the president of the family. Division of the high court made the order on thursday according to multiple outlets mcfarland who has not seen or been told of the wills contents other than data execution and the identity of its appointed executor world that a private process can be held after the ninety year period to determine if the documents should be unsealed. The bbb care. That's i think that's the that's the point. Yeah i i've held back. Because of the constitutional position of the sovereign it is appropriate to have a special practice in relation to royal wills. There is a need to enhance the protection afforded to truly private aspects of the lives of this limited group of individuals in order to maintain the dignity of the sovereign and close members of her family. In case there's some major drama. They can't afford anymore scandal. Right like say there was in there like i give it all to my mistress right or my other kid. I hate you william. I'm giving it to harry. Somebody like that gas stuff like that in there. Or there's not and they want to set a precedent like i don't really feel like it's our business like who prince. Philip is like leaving his money to right but it's not public money right. It's like their personal. I guess public stuff gets passed down to shoot through the family. Of course no one really owns the public money that they have but they have either well yes and also the people who are getting it are so getting it. They don't have to wait nine years. No of course we know about it for ninety. That's fair entitled to some modicum privacy totally especially in death hundred percent and then money like it's nobody's business will the stuff that's like taxpayer-funded of course. Yeah of course. No those financials can and should even america like when we pay for like the politicians like we know what they do like. You knew you know there were saying comparing how many vacation days like politicians take weed out because we pay for it. That's fine personal wealth. They own like real estate personally. They have a huge estates and like big accounts and trusts. And yeah that's their personal business. Come from like long families long lines with like you know maybe some personal jewel like downton like downton. Yeah every this is a fair. I think this is a fair roth. Versa confused. I never thought of the need for it but i think that's nice so then i think maybe it's like to set a precedent because if not if but when queen elizabeth sills to the other side I'm sure they're gonna wanna yet divulge that information. We'll never know what's in there and it's probably for the best unless the crown does the season on it and get some insider info. Yeah that's really crazy to think about money. You think he had. I don't know couple mil. I think a lot. Yeah he seems like he probably invested. Yeah and he's been around for one thousand where it was like in twilight. They live so long you know. They invested in the railway one stock of apple like fifty years ago. He's a billionaire. Yeah but he didn't have alice's poucher into the future. Well i always think. Like if i could time travel i would literally like put in my great great great grandfather's like stock portfolio a thousand shares of like the railroad. Or whatever like disney something. I don't know whatever was back then and leave a note on their dresser like never sell this. Oh my god. That is like this book that i read called out of order. Where after her eighteenth birthday every birthday or birthdays hot new year's eve she jumps to a different age in her life so she goes from eighteen fifty to her that yes no and i. I would have to goes back down. She can put some and so when she goes back to in the past she is extremely wealthy thirty two because she leaves notes for herself what she learned in the future. God and she's it's really funny. That is really funny. Yes so that. That's what i would do. Yeah no really smart and you ever see that like me. Met goes around like this one guy in one thousand nine hundred twenty shares like a thing named apple for one hundred dollars and a couple of years later he sold it for like thirty thousand dollars but now it's worth like three hundred million dollars. Yeah wow moronic okay. Next story an update about something. We spoke about the other day. Oh wait sorry. Is the next door. That's brought to you by babble. Yeah it is the soga two now. Because i was worried. Yeah you are a little slow and pick up. Well i just was. I was honestly just thinking about how people keep commenting. How i keep saying moronic a lot. Yeah and is true and it's really not my fault like when i spend a lot of time with brian like i just start talking like him when as at award that he says yes and remember how months ago every other word out of my mouth was like twisted and turned yes. That's brian to. When i just came off like spending a lot of time with him and he's like moronic and so now i say i'm sorry but that's either here nor there when discussing babble when you're traveling to a destination where you don't know the language it can be challenging to accomplish even the simplest of tasks so if you're traveling abroad you want to go to italy. 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It is shifting to a documentary special. Cbs because the backlash was about the competition format the five week reality competition series had planned to have six activists from around the world compete to bring quote meaningful. Change to one of three urgent universal causes however. Cbs announced on wednesday. That the shelby reimagined into a documentary special in response to the harsh criticism from activists communities on media so instead they will just be highlighting. All of the activists. Not where does them. How fall into play and not pitting them against one. Another documentary will now need. Three celebrity hosts priyanka chopra. Also put out a statement about dating. Yeah four though for being out of touch yes exactly. She's learned from usher I haven't seen but that doesn't mean that they're celebrities. I don't know. I just think usher like somebody offered him like the job and he was a gesher and like he didn't. I think that's what happens. Most of the time. Yeah that's what your management is for like somebody on julianne team should have known that this was not going to be the best idea for her. Yeah i don't know. I sometimes like just people don't see it. You know you need like you're too close to it and then it everyone else else's like oh no. Yeah and especially like if you're in the hollywood bubble. It's very hard to see outward. Brian and it's like we're doing like and considering they do all of this sort of initiatives that most of the time we read is tone deaf but they really don't ever see it. It's like why now why this initiative totally. Why now why. This definition. If i totally agree yeah so. That's the latest on. What pass the. I'm sure we'll be wherever the other one was going to be. which was. cbs paramus. This is like such an embarrassing stain on. Cbs is record like they really should scrapped altogether. But you know it's nice to give activists platform so that's good but yeah embarrassing. Maybe in the end it will be for the best in now like the show definitely has more buzz. So yeah they say no is bad. Press but i don't know i just don't believe this. Yeah no but in this instance. There was just a show about like activism. Honestly like i don't think a lot of people would have watched. There wasn't even all this public criticism but just privately people were like that. Too dumb idea. Yeah you know nobody would have watched now with all of this hoopla hoopla. Eight definitely brings eyeballs tuition also. Everyone's like wait. I want to see what they did here right so tara now. People's curiosities have peaked. Yeah even me. I'm like i'd like to see some of that. Show Are you ready for final story. Yes it's fine all star to do. Oh felt good. That'd be good tension my muscles. It's a little historic space news because it's just just an historic space news. Yes space x has launched an all civilian crew on inspiration for mission. Jeff bezos must be like fucking having a mental breakdown. He definitely is but he actually publicly like supported us. This is a space accident. Where's he has to appear to be a good ten for like he wants to appear to be a rival in the space space right and let's face it. I'm sure it made news that he congratulated exactly so but anyways is not about jeff as this is about ilam and the four civilians who are making history because all civilian crews shrieked into space atop to base xe falcon nine rocket on wednesday. Which was the purse. I privately funded non-government trip to orbit a historic three-day flight devoted to raising two hundred million dollars for st jude. Children's research stroh. He should be on the activists. Yeah now that's some good activism strapped in along with billionaire jarred isaac men who chartered the mission were chris sam broschi and everyday aerospace engineer. Sean procter in artist educator who will become only the fourth black woman to fly in space and haley arsenault. A saint jude cancer survivor. Who now works at the hospital. Oh so beautiful. Sorts of beautiful story. There's actually documentary on netflix. At drop that's like chronicling. All of these people. The are four. I think they don't know each other like random people a lot of people applied and they chose for people to go to space three days chilin. That's krenz come home crazy. The people were so excited. I didn't watch the documentary. But i watched the trailer. Were there face for three days yet. They're they're still they're lying. What are they doing up there watching. Tv watching earth for three days. You had up there like twenty minutes. They're being part of history for three days. Know for sure but that's a long time like thinking. Let's say just you know someone you know came -tudents i'm chartering we're gonna hear me the first heads base and they said to me you're going to be the first that person's face i would say. No i mean not even the three days of boredom even just like jeff bezos like. Go up and come down. I don't happen to do that. I don't have a taste for such thing. no. I'm sorry. I would do the go up. Become down in no question. No i would literally have a heart attack i you would never i. Of course i would be. Wouldn't only god by the way i probably wouldn't wanna do it but you can't pass up an opportunity like that but the idea of spending three days in a tight space with people. I don't know that. I would pass on right for you to take the journey. How long was the basis thing. All twenty minutes. I know probably like an hour. You would never know a hundred percent. What did you see that literally. Never it's historic. It's just that's crazy stuff. It does feel like jeopardy's on moscow like having a pissing contest with one another. But i mean. Jeff bezos says an even compare basis was like i'm going to have the oldest and the youngest person that's based on like well. I'm going to have a cancer survivor. Like they're just like going at each other yet but this one is more historic first because it is the three days. It's not just going up and down like no offence. These days rollercoaster apparently india But also this does sort of pave the way for like private civilians space travel which is definitely cool you know always like to see us blazing into the future. I just don't think. I you know. I'm going to go to space in my lifetime but i could be eating those words one day. Everybody's going to mars. My friends are all going. I'm really not gonna go right now. Like the foam. Oh i think i would be fine. That is just like i'm good on earth is enough for me daiei now. I'm not gonna lie. Like i've met everyone. I'm gonna meet on earth and i've done you know i've hit all the clubs. I'm gonna hit on earth like i'm ready to hit the clubs on mars. No i just can't give advocate that they're probably out of this world. If i ever get that it's a you know. See something like. I'll go to greenland yet for sure rating iceland reykjavik that could transport me. I don't feel the need to go to space. But maybe i'm alone in that am but i'm like i think this is so quietly all space travel and you know always you know blazing into the future known just like an innovating you know. We've got to step it up. No fence there's been so much innovation in the last two hundred years sailing arjun region like i would like to see more so they don't realize it because it's happened very slowly we are so like we are basically robots with our phones. I call that like positive animation. Though i in fact we're robots with our phone. The phones are integrated into everyday parts of our lives like we're literally so technologically advanced as human beings. Yeah because like. I'm watching downton and into nineteen twelve and like they're all just getting phones and they're afraid of trinity so in a hundred years. Not only me not afraid of electrician anymore. We are electricity. Yeah no but in those hundred years like so much has it's like even in the fifty years after that. So much changed in terms of technology. I think a lot has changed in our lifetime. I think just really the the switch from like cell phone too. I t smartphone. no think of. That's because that's what we use everyday the xerox machine like. There's so much technology faxes scanners that those were happening like in eighties. There's so much better now but it's not new invention three d. printing. I haven't used it hasn't an that's a you problem you've used it. Oh i three d. print on the daily. I'm just say everything's definitely been improved. But i think the latest and greatest recently. No i think you only you are going to be no no not just because i'm living in i think so. No i just think like there hasn't been just like groundbreaking there's always improving always getting better but still at the end of the day. We're using a cell phone we're using telephone. Which is what they get not exist. I hear you're saying yeah. But that's what you could say about like lightbulb. It was just a candle but we improved it. Oh i got you not at you. You've been oh not at all own. That's an i own do so hard before we finish today. Show it's been awhile and it's time for a little kelly's mindless news like the fourth of july. Today's goes mindless news. Is particularly mindless. And it's brought to you by all of in june the manned system the answer to the salon perfect nail at home so oliver june they have the best polishes first of all and then they sell a whole manicure. Said that will get you tip top shape a buffer net oil. 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Tv host dazzled yet again when she walked out to the show set on thursday wearing a dreamy printed dress from the celebrity love. Danish brand stein. Goya the dress which kelly i war in july of last year features a figure flattering waste tie and the kelly paired luck with swayed nude sandals. It's a great staple piece to have on hand since it works. Well as a transitional piece and can be worn in the fall spring summer or cooler days is this kelly's mindless news or danish brand stein. Goya mindless me. See the fucking dress so this better rock my world. Where does katy perry come into all this you ask. Kelly is just the latest star to rock the popular brand katy. Perry has also supported the designer. As kendall jenner haley bryn mawr and. I just wanna say dress that katy perry war from this brand might be the cutest i've ever seen in my life super q but it's also just like a and then. This is what kelly was wearing like art teacher vibes. I honestly camera. But i'm sure has a beautiful wardrobe this wrestlers particularly heinous and the fact that it may news and not only that but they dragged katy perry into this. No but like it's just address that you would wear to the workplace. She's wearing it on. Live with kelly and ryan installing. She was on the red carpet wearing i. When you said this stress. I thought maybe like what. Lily reinhard ward of the met gala. Right now. she's wearing an actual dr smock. She's wearing work dress. A nice dress to you're going to write an article about what she wears every single day on her daily show imagine with him right about what. We're today stunning toast. Merchant beautiful seasonal color available at show. Morning toast dot com. Not the hands. This one of those swap ends. We almost made weapons. But then we decided to make sure it's instead because it was hot summer the summer collection. And you guys said you want insurance. While i just wanted to know like we've checked with kelly. She's still being mindless. And that's really all that matters. And we can go into the weekend at peace knowing timelessness is keeping up and you know what like the world is constantly changing. There's just like so much going on but the constant of knowing that like no matter what day it is no matter what's happening like a news outlet will write something so mindless about kelly were but it's kind of comforting check. The more things change the more. They kelly's mindless news ceased the more the more kelly stays the more things change. I can things are so crazy like the more mindless mindless news is. Because relative to the craziness people are going to space and kelly ripa gets just as much fanfare as alon. And jeff bezos. Yeah it's crazy when you think about it So that is space at you. Know lay in her steinbi- address one hundred percent. And you know what that would be real news. No i look forward to the day we get an actual piece of news. I the last major thing that happened. Kelly was honestly probably her downfall. When she stormed off sat refused to come to work. Because michael strahan or carlos accepted a job for a better job right. No i don't know if we've ever reported on like one of these unless it was the slowest news day on the morning we reported on the mike australian stuff that i the maybe now that you're saying maybe all of this mindlessness is to push down that narrative. People don't remember like that. She threw an unbelievable temper tantrum and took an entire week off. Like without telling anyone just escaped because michael strahan accepted a job and good morning america after being her co host for year. Which like he's perfectly entitled to do and she like ran away. She makes twenty million dollars a year. She did not go to work for a week and then came back and apologize her audience. It was like you know what. I've been doing this show for seventeen years. Whatever i'm entitled to have my breakdown on my actually you're not like you're not at all like this a workplace kelly get it together like what was the issue would. She have wanted that job. No i think she was mad that he likes kind of thing i think maybe she felt like he used her show as a step to get to a better job. Is that our jobs. What jobs are no. And i guess she wanted to be a long haul adder. So what happened after strahan did you get another co host or that was just like a revolving door. There's route volving door until ryan. Yeah heard ryan or get together. Yeah i mean ryan might literally dropped out of a heart attack any minute now because most overworked person in the world and he literally just a morning show in la. And no monday morning showing me on. It makes no fucking sense. So justice for ryan but i hope that he's in good health because i do worry he makes choices. Nobody's for. I mean not that we know. Nobody's forcing him. He's not like you know like theaters. When she was saying to. You is the executive producer like he goes out for all these gigs. You wants more more more. Like that's the life he's chosen no you're right. He's fully in control of his own destiny and he's destined for this. He chose work. Yeah not even work like eleven works. Yeah twelve jobs in literally so that is our show. That is our week. Hope everyone had a good time today however is looking forward to the we again weekend. Thank you so much listening into the morning does the millennial morning show where we deliver the past five stories that you need to know every monday through friday on youtube. So if you're watching on youtube please feel free to subscribe and give us video a thumbs up world elbows. Podcast and we were podcast. Found spotify stitcher public radio spots all the places so you listen to podcasts morning chelsea five-star be about a beautiful stunning and smart. We are and if you've made it to the end of today's episode. 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