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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 349-Virtual Happy Hour:Ep.28-Liquid Love Brewing

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

44:29 min | 8 months ago

Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 349-Virtual Happy Hour:Ep.28-Liquid Love Brewing

"Dan. Though. Even been Yankee. Pup. Studios. Now. The Yankee. Craft beer up coast. Auctioneer the pied being pulled. Big Day. About. Dr Afc. Again. Jacket contract. Take it away. You are paying for that. that. Beta Everybody. Welcome to another written Yankee craft dip overcast slash video cast and today from Britain Yankee Studios I'm very happy to say I've got my, POW, Mr Chem Mullen with me as co host hi, Ken fell what's happening and today show I'm very happy to have eight knowledge our guys below me I don't know if that's the right term but. The three Caballeros. and. We have from the brand new while brand new in a way, and they're gonNA tell us about that in a minute brand new Bern company liquid love from Buffalo Grove. And facing you all y'all left or it could be all right. I never know with zoom thing is raise your hand when I announce you. John I. Colts. Areas. Matt. LAKOTA. And Joe Khandan. Areas I got them right. I good. A good thing for names. How you doing welcome to the sharp. Eight hundred you guys. Were doing real good. Now, we're GONNA come back to you in just a second because we want to find all about liquid love and what's happened from being a production berries now being a full scale brewery but I, we like to drink your beer. So I have we're one of the. Biz The actually has got some very good reviews and that is dear to heart. Granted. This is a dry hopped pills Nina with tightening and Callisto hops which callisto halt wasn't she in a series white back on Callisto flack off and Kane's got it as well. What can so I'm going to open this up? And while I'm doing that, why don't you tell me about the beer? Here so So. Really, enjoy. Making lawyers three key loggers and restarted. It was something that. From the start you know. We're GONNA make Ip's and everything else. But let's pills nerve immediately. Can show off a little bit. Not. Throw. marshmallows cookies and we were GonNa do that kind of stuff but you gotta be able to make a clean beer. That's how a lot of us came up making beer. So that was really the point of the first one, and then we realized a people, eat it up we like it. Let's keep it making more pills nurse. So we definitely added more a lagers in general we added more into you are scheduled for the rest of the year so. So. CAIN. Why don't you open yours? Oh what a lovely sound. ME. while. He's opening that. What are you guys drinking? So, real quick. The name dear to heart is. Just. That's what viewers love we all like good crispy. Traditional beer and it's a deer chart. Musawi. Drew a blank. So that's what we got with. What you think Ken. What do you think can? Why had to take a set for Christ sake? Drinking can evaluate. This is delicious. Yeah go ahead math from Brooklyn. These guys just came did a district in town two weeks ago week ago. And we snacks him up for my local spot up here consume in Lake Zurich. That's what I'm Dragan we got. It's a double dry have oats cream. India fail. All right. You're not half Acre. Vallejo. Oh what a classic that is we're big half. Acre fans. So yeah. Yeah. You're always gonNA find that inaugural or A drug. And I have some call it. The Champagne Beers, can you saw? It's GonNa make around the screen like who do. You're a brave man. So Cain, what did you think of DNC hop? On this is this is tasty. The the the hops it come through to me are the Callisto. A not used before but. It seems very floral enhanced, very floral on time like a stone fruit, each thing is. So Callisto. German. How? It also is called ruined geist. So. Hot Pig farms in Michigan when they grow it. They felt that it was different enough to give it a different name. So they call it. googlers are Costa, but it's the same same Hamas Felicita just dependent on whereas. I okay I always like Sang. That's always a great word for me turn. It's fun. It's. What I will say about this is it is definitely a different type of pills very refreshing as you say, floral and I was I was kind of what I opened it how many pills can be different this is different and it's a damn good bear site Kudos to you guys. Hey. Thank you seriously that's one that we're proud of. We like it everybody likes drinking it You can't beat it in the summer I mean around I mean right now come on Yep. So his first big question for you what the Hell's going on up there because I think you guys have quite a story to tell over the past well, probably two to three months. Though, give us the skinny. Alright so Day One, we'll make it quick. Left Whiskey Hill. I had dreamed either move. No. You guys know me I'm taking off all time not Colorado though. You are zipping around a bit. I must admit. I had my sights set on Asheville. Asheville North Carolina and I could come back. But then I needed to borrow at six doll- some homebrew Umbro's doing. So I hit this guy up and went. Twenty five West down the street from my house. We gotTA talk in here I left whiskey. Hill. We we start talking about things like why don't we just try to like. Do the option A. and make a brief happen here and with my father and my grandmother and their older ages. It made sense to stick around and We gotta talk in and we just sit hours and just like I don't know figure things out. How would we do? Where's the money come from? In the meantime, you need logos stuff done, and we got Joe Khandan involve Joyce to hang out with steel department. Element. And I think he reached out to me said like if you're in need some done or was one of the other and he does great work. So back, kind of fell into place at fast forward a couple of months we had money figured out. Sort of we thought we did and we decided to just not go with the original investor. And Ended up brewing out of Ferry Graf in Buffalo Grove. and. Buffalo. Grove, wasn't used to contract brewing in what goes into it and licenses and things like that. So it just became apparent if we were going to stop production, it's liquid love and go through all the federal movements and all that stuff and not deviate here than it would take a while. But the guys here were great and said, why don't we restructure things a little bit and turn vk into liquid love Rega- had its time So they are remaining up business partners with us. We're just now we're the creatives and. sinus steering the ship in these guys just make sure we don't crash now. Okay. Well, that sounds. A like right. Now, like all sudden. Like. Okay. Let's just flip it over we we went from. Yeah will do the contract through things for a while and see workers to. Buying Binary in three months, which is ridiculous not expected. And so Matt Twenty five West was just up the road from where I ask what was the Mole Stratford Mall? Right More. Yeah and with the covid happening. I sound like I'm talking about the cable with the COVID and the cable. It Mo the more kind of closed down and then I think twenty five West has finally closed down. Is that right? So the. Closing wasn't really related to Covid a I have no problem with the mall. The ownership of the mall changed in November. And it was A. A. Equity firm that. Basically, goes in buys malls that are failing in clears them out and turns them into apartments in office buildings and things like that while. For whatever reason they didn't feel that. Twenty five West fit the direction they were trying to vote Strafford. So they made it a little difficult to. Continue. This. Our first brewery was in. Southern California Temecula California. Okay and In a mall and doing deals with mall management is bitch because they're just people coming in and punching a clock and work in trying to grow sales, they do not care who you are and they want big national chains. They don't want local people at it's real and downs like for you guys I mean that. Turn it into offices and apartments. Would think of Burberry restaurant would be ideal for a place like that. So Matt Your your background before that I think you were at Prairie Cross won't you for? Sorts five West. Does the head group breakouts or year and a half? it was a good experience Tommy me a lot but it was definitely time to move out when I left last year the first time. Before that, I was a I worked for Benny's homebrew error. Hey, how about John? Yeah okay. I you go pat. UMBRA like everybody else decided i. Thought, I was Sanada and then. This is before we had and sixty whatever varies in Chicago land before I was even deepening in to know how many breweries were here and I thought Denver's like the beer down right go to underside I jumped shifted under. Worked for wreckage a little bit mainly. On packaging end and then worked for a Boon Bush as an assistant budge and gave is a great guy and he was their head terrific about nineteen years and taught me the old school like you taste the runoff and you know, no, the gravity olds So doing what we do now is huge turnaround, but then I moved back to be head brewer for a three company here in Illinois the network and out and from there I went to winner for a year. From lunar went to Whiskey Hill for two years and I ended up. I live how does have never been to boom Bush but I WANNA go. especially with laudable Oh yeah. Yeah. I've heard of it and I yeah. I WanNa go there definitely looks like your basement. That's how. Very the tapper much serious. Now I wish I had a brewery in my basement. Hey wait a minute. It's not my basement. This is the Britain Yankee pub. A So joe how did you get right into this now now you pull the graphic office, right? So you're responsible for all the wonderful labels and this one is quite. Fancy did to heart. Yeah we wanted to fancy you know I think it's it's a classy beer. So it makes sense and You got like you guys were talking about I mean we collaborate on everything the art and like the bureau ideas and we really like to brainstorm and just have fun with it. So that was. The flowers were definitely talking about already talked about the floral notes in the hops. You know we talked about that. When we come up with labels, we talk about stuff like that. You know we want the labels to be reflected in the beer. We think are beer is awesome. I mean I do. Glad about that. He's like. I don't know I'm Green I. Guess. I like it. I've always been up your up your guy I mean just love beer well. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA turnover because to the next year that we want to talk about because this one has your logo on the front of it. It's it's like the liquid love is a drop coming down, which is really nice. This is sad thug, and while I open this little poppy see I've got a new gloss for it. Lovely. there. When I while I open that one who's GonNa tell me sad. Sorry. Where'd you even get that glass from? I, never even saw you pull it out. That's what she said so. Built. This I got to trust US I. Rest of the other one over here. So yeah. I'm going to open up sad thug and I understand just by coincidence when we're doing this, you've got a story behind sad doggone. It works the marketing. So why? I can't wait to tell this story 'cause it's hysterical. So going back to when we US through I planning all this out, we're sitting at twenty five West. We're brewing the homebrew batch of beer like just test mansion stuff and we had run to ruin grow down the street for something. steeping. Baggers. And we're driving and Joe has a CD collection in his far right. So we'll play CDs every now and then and I'm digging through it, and there was a couple albums from like our high school years are very easy a very sad melodic stuff and I pulled one out and remember when you listen to some. Like when you to break up on you, I WANNA be more sad right now like we sat down but then then you though to know and be like how Mel like I'm wrong but I'm sad And that's all it was. We were like laughing about in the car. I gotta be a like I'm I'm strong. I don't need her but I'm still sad like I'm sad and that's exactly what came from like just going through those you know those emotional things in in high school and trying to pick yourself up backup. Preview like music not sad at all. Yes. It's about picking yourself back up again you. Know. That's like this stupid like weird story behind the. Will. I have to say that my high school days are long past I don't know about you UK. Hey I've opened my in Ken. How about you? I'm still chugging down my previous beer come on get with the program did okay. So the First. Thing. I get one I open. This is an absolutely wonderful fruity flavor, and let me just read what's on the front of this. It says it's a Sour Ale. With blueberries, Vanilla beans, and milk showed up. Oh I missed out some. Now. La. What the Hell I got enough fiber in my life. Thank you. What were you aiming for our fate? Leary vague Oh okay. Well, I'M GONNA. Sit this one I have had it before, but I haven't had it for a while If you've watched the show before you know my love for milkshake IPA's and hazy IPA's is a little lower on my Bisco. So let's check this out. Your Mama Blueberry Fan. So I'm stoked for the Blueberry Beerman Nice. We are doing that as we speak in the back, we gotta batch going excellent Wednesday going to be available because I know people have been asking about this that will be okay. That'll be available opening weekend with shoot a guy now for August twenty, it's a Friday. whether or not our front doors open that Wednesday and Thursday will leave that up to you guys to decide but Opening Friday a twenty eight. Okay Ten Jerry's. Yeah I think. Actually I didn't think of that being a parfait flavor. But now you come to mention it. You're quite right. So I have. For You Are you gonNa make more of these bs and to whom do these. Biz. Appeal. In terms of the fruityness allow cans and up right can. You ask what appeals to me. Out. The first time the first time I had a sour beer with lactose was at in Nashville at CBC or I'm. I cannot remember the name of the southern grits, rattled grids right unbelievable at just took enough of the bite of the sourness out that you could taste all the flavors that are in there. I love lactose our man they're delicious and then this one's right up there you get the blueberry. Amazed, Almonte? Purple you got from blueberries usually end. Up Pink. De. Rivera. How will we on? Pound and a half per gallon on the blue. So. You know. I have to I have to say that the more I drink this. The better it becomes and I had this it was a very hot day sitting out on my deck I says I gotTa try this before. I talk to these guys. It does have a certain appeal to a hot day. In December but. It's almost like a pallet cleanser. I if you having a low of IPA's or things like that, then it's a pallet plans sort of. Beauty like yeah, I can see that. Yeah. Yeah You know we're GonNa make others and speaking winter we might have some chocolate fru riot he's coming out. Just you. Easy over the winter. I. True Ingredients Chocolate and raspberry they go can't go wrong with that. I'm not GonNa say if you guess what one of them's going to be. You know from the perspective of The we're talking about this type beer and I think one of your other Biz well, the the out beer what was the swinging? That one and I think. You've kind of realize that there was a minor issue was with that one. But. It's more. It is more of a hazy I think, right. Is this going to be your? Is this going to be your theme or WH-? What are you aiming for in terms of liquid love Fever combination stings we like to look at the market and look at what's going on in all our friends with their bruin, a different bruiser, annoy and jess go. How could we just do something else you're in a? GRANOLA came from. said it just going Vanilla Blueberry? Let's something a little different. We don't see here in our local area a lot of. Those have happened on the east coast a little bit the granola stuff or you don't see much here as for the Umbro. Salad. The next London Brosio odds. Everybody you know we. We've all done. It refers. Cobbler Apple. Pie were trying to do these things a what's like avery ask? That isn't super popular or hasn't been done. That's how I'm Rosa came out. You know the marshmallow fruit salad. I think we all consider ourselves Kinda foodies. You can say that I don't know is lameness that we're. All Regan's foodies food. Well, I guess a Little Red Ball. got. US again. Media, we We really definitely have like a flavor driven like Ari timely. Were really thinking about that and. Talking about the combinations thing about how we can still make us our with lactose in it but be balanced and have it really. You know. Touch every part of your tongue. Basically we get that bitter. GRANOLA at the. End. You get the lactose of Blueberry. nuttiness. I'm. Just trying to bounce things our Tran- two. Balances well-executed as we can be with being a little. A little crazy some videos. I'll. Make my wife would love us but because it sets sour on the on the can she wasn't even try it. Why you? Covered up. She would enjoy this if she didn't know it was beer and sour. You'd be surprised how many different demographics does I mean people even from cultures who used to craft beer like island kind of drinks. The younger crowd early twenties mid twenties who you know all they know is natty ice or you know the college parties on definitely female demographic for sure there you know it's the best industry, WanNa? Let run into a lot of guys see show up very and wife loves her Merrill and actress she likes and that's how we all are. I like a good listener you know and then you just your why don't you try this? It's got a couple of similar notes I guess and. People the biggest. I guess comment we get on Beers like that is it's a great sour for people who don't like ours yet. So it's just trying to introduce the tartness. With some complexity. So so it makes you think while you're drinking at him and play converts you over to. Things and also say instance. Is a couple of reason strawberry that make these type of sours and go into their burritos trying them. I admittedly at a bit of a reservation at first like it's a, it's a fruit beer it's not. GonNa like it. I mobile, add it the number of people that you would identify as like classic fear guys are. Drinking. Lease. Always more. So than Ip, as our our things at these groups that make them out was shocked by it. It really does appeal to almost everyone. It's almost. An opposite thing like you're seeing a lot of grown men hanging out drinking like. Slush defied strawberry passion main things and. And loving them we love Them I mean, we love a mandate from. Virginia Virginia and he visited quite a few brews like do a lot of that and it's like a bake. It's it's it. Was I was shocked. I was Riverland specifically last year. and. I'm sitting at the bar in number of people coming up in order their version of these fruits hours. US It was two or three to one keep more fruits hours to anything else. And everybody's a little, he's out I. Think honest. I. Am I am after twenty, four days of Christmas. Until you. Oh, and by the way, I just have to bring this up whiskey hill where you used to work. I they had one cold a pink scales. And we think that there was a secondary fermentation that went on in the cans that went out to people. Three out of the four of us at a Gotcha. If you go back to some of add videos, you'll see it coming out all over Britain Yankee. With this. Could you possibly have a second fermentation? Well, how would that happen? So so I'm glad you're on. We have fortunate enough to have filter filtration system you're. Something that I've never used until recently in my career and I was excited actually like let's filter something and that being full with a unfermented fruit, you know that was a concern of Arkwright alphabet. We've had one. Can that was like a little too much and actually blow up on this guy. So lesson customarily we're good. Yes. We filter that bears. So Hebrew are Berlin vice space we'd filter it out. is much as we can out of there before it hits the Bright Jank and then we went through. So just really trying to make sure that we're gonNA package something some people call unfinished kids going to be. Done right. Yes definitely meant to be cup cold drink fresh sound like you on age it or anything inner. It's really funny the the brewing industry kind of like. The old school thought is the beer should not be able to reformat because. because. So many places don't refrigerate the beer. Somebody retailers don't but KHUMBU. Live in, it has to be refrigerated and it is so. I guess we just got get the same kind of thought on these. relied. Keep a cold you know. Speaking of refrigeration, one of the things we liked to do on this show is. To try and have. You guys come and if you have available. Show. US you'll beer fridge please. Run on laptop somebody grabs. Grabs entered efforts because if we lose the connection. Forget about it. Oh He's he's going to grab the beer fridge. I wish we had of that left. This. And we have. Not Been. This label was cool as hell man looking at. Super, it's almost like hypnosis I don't even know. With that, we're like Johnson Super Artsy Dude. We like we go. Like we bounce a lot of ideas off each other hang out at my house a couple of Beers beers talk label. Matt, you know bless his heart and he just of thing he cares doesn't care. It's like I don't know Nikola. Gut Guys. So you guys don't you couldn't move it because of the One, I understand that. So show us what do you have that? So go your left or right so. We got got Broccoli. This is another half. The Broccoli is an imperial India Pale Ale. Good stuff there like if you call it half, that's what it would be Broccoli we got some from the veil. These guys are out of Richmond Virginia. Vale national following, I mean almost every bereft at from them is great This is I six percent. Again we're going ADS lingering company an I'm not I don't remember where they're asking. Alexandria Virginia this is the. A Room. And last but not least. Coveted everyone's favorite new glare raspberry tart raspberry tart baby. Reload. Some some I mean that's how I think my love. Good Beers game from was like the Raspberry Tart the What's the others? Read CERVITTI serendipity Soviet. into fruits ours was like a lot of lamb vicks like European style hammocks. Hours and shit man love at stuff yards. Twenty the end of my home rain days into professional green days I was doing a lot of land style ring it. Are you going to do more? Never say never if we get more space. Yeah, absolutely we have our is already set on some kind of space somewhere it might old barrels. Still have about ten or twelve. Lampton homebrew in my basement. When it's not lambayeque it's method traditional. Sil- copyright. So can you to find out about their burry spikes? Let's open up their offering of black is beautiful and a lot of brewers have done this I understand you guys on this was skeleton key. We'll talk about it in a minute, but I think Ken wants to know while he's cracking that open he wants to know something. Well I've never been to prairie craft. So I'm curious about the the system itself, you know what? Who, who made it how big is it? and and. I don't know what can you do? Can you do stuff like that like house pounds of fifteen fifteen vessels for house and we have a four thirty barrels matters. One, fifteen, zero for manner. One twenty. Baram air. And then a fifteen barrel right a thirty girl, right? That's a big brewer you guys. We. We can put out some beer if we get it's we get into it. We got the extra tank, turn it down Argus as we all know recipes. CHICAGO. Favorite. Actually Ted Furman. Pass torch to me at lunar and Ted was doing a you know the prairie stuff autumn Argus, and. Yet, another tank as soon as we knew, we were getting the JAB room. You know. It was a we added deathly up at a little bit. But kinda packaging stuff you have you you have a canning line or We. Have a a aby channel nine. Nice big walk in. We're not. Cramming kegs in anywhere. That's great. I love the big open locking. If everything's about the period because I've worked in a couple places with some small walk INS. On. Are you, guys. LICENCEES, yourself destroy you using a distributor. This show. Okay one of the selling points on this location for us. And everything was that we could self destruct. For an on that self destroy, find it very interesting that you have a couple of places like South Elgin as I mentioned but you down as far as those Weigo's well. So you walk. Across. Yeah we're as far west as Princeton all the way on instead preussen. Princeton as my favorite gardens out there. Well, why why you guys were chatting breweries I mean I've cracked this open and a the one thing I like about the black black is beautiful. series not only is it the fact that you know it's for a good cause, but it is black, and again, this one is like I like to say as black as you're at, which is what I like to look for in an imperial stout. Now you did this was skeleton key and I think you did the baseball and then they added different things tell us the story behind this well. Yes so We took the base recipe from. Whether Souls van out for everyone to use. Improve HRUBESCH. and. After fermentation was done. We split it into each of the too bright tanks with. Different adjuncts from our version in the skeleton keeper. We had a blast making it with him superfund a group of people really smart. So ours was A. The Nila and coffee. And in their version was. Hosted plantations. Coconut. You what you don't have those you have his. I've got toasted coconut plantain chain Oh you do. Yeah Oh. That's interesting. I thought you. Okay. So completely transparent get a couple of these provided to us by these fine folks. And I didn't realize that you have provided different ones. One of each it's a mixed stupak. Yeah. Okay. All right. So it was a mix to pack excellent. Hey, wasn't the Rapa these days? Yeah. I'm glad to say. That I got the one without the coconut. Because coconut is another thing doesn't appeal to me in a beer. A weird thing because I hated coconut when I was young asked I've gotten older toasted coconut particularly in beer but also in like sweet desserts is unbelievable. I. Love It now same. So yeah they and your palate evolves and grows as you age. WHOA. A more than me? So, anyway Yeah. This one to me that the coffee and cocoa nibs are very nice balance and. Cheese. This is this is one I can drink off. But. WHAT'S THE NECE? And we know. US going to make a nice evening for me. Can you this this version is delicious to and I'm not real familiar with teens. I know they look like bananas. I'm not sure. Do they actually taste like bananas? In this instance he added. Banana like. They're kind of like if you mixed potato owner for now. Do so to use them, do you have to I? Mean how do you prepare them or do you just let them get real ripe so that they're sweeter or what? So skeleton key brought those with them they found A. Fire that. Free caramelized down. In, the frozen. let them thaw and just mashed up really well. Like a week. And I have to say they're really good on a barbecue Ken. On the Barbie on the Bobby uh-huh, you can. You can. Barbecue anything. Maybe you guys should tell the story about black is beautiful. So black as beautiful as soon. Then, personal facebook friends with Marcus from weathered souls for like two years. Now on facebook just you know one of those random things in other breweries see a guy sitting in front of a barrel on its profile picture yet. And As, soon as I saw posted. You know we all everybody does we all feel a certain way of things going on the world and I said I? Think this would be cool to do. I think should jump on it and just with us, you know figuring out logistics and everything we still in the first two hundred roosters or some sign of I think. Because we were like just do it and then it took off it blew up I mean good for market. It's insane some these magazines something like eleven hundred res around the world around the world are in this recipe I mean yeager meisters donating like a got huge. At. The purpose of it is. So proceeds. Everyone. grooves their version in the seats to. An Organization of A. Static promotes. Social Racial Audie. In that world. So for US sizes. Are proceeds are going to be donated to my black might like my city which is. and. That promotes. Actual. Programs and really taking pride in. Less. Fortunate neighborhoods. Massive. Yeah. Good. Thank you for making it off. Yeah. Good job and. The one thing that I found to be quite interesting is that in the middle of summer here we are everybody's brewing an imperial stout and getting it out real quick. And a lot of. The I like it. It's like when you make breakfast dinner, you know. Josie artists are not. There are no seasonal. Their season. Yeah? I. Mean. I think it's been selling I've had a couple of them. One from Church Street. That's real good I forget one from somewhere else I know. I love them because this is right a my bowl pop this one all my wheelhouse. I don't know. We know in the Ballpark's anymore we talk in I don't even know I, think a mass to be in the wheelhouse. Okay I'll get. All right. Well, Hey, listen guys. We've had a great conversation here. Thank you very much indeed for coming on I. Hope we didn't introduce into interrupt. Wow ten percent learning. Route Giora Brewing Day too much. But I will raise my glass you guys and say all the best for. Lakewood law for the future. Absolutely. H Ere's Penn.. Here's to you guys good to see doing it people starting a business right now. So that is wrong. Part of it. Just. Give us the skinny on when you think you're going to be opening where you are located. So we are located at thirteen ten Rose Parkway B. U. S. C. H. Art in Buffalo Grove. Shooting for Friday August twenty eight right now, we pushed back a week from the original data the twenty first just to make sure everything's good honestly for out there. We want to open correctly and have everything in in place in. How it's supposed to. Jobe here he's GonNa do caricatures I'm kidding. Really. Every every beer comes with a free caricature so You can't hold me that. I'd come see us. Seventy. John but sure you get a free character John Right. Like a caricature prints. And we're excited. We got a lot of good neighbors up here. You know we got wearing table face three AFD AF here. In a couple make you fins up here It's cool to be on the North because I was always on south with whiskey all. it's very limited to now get in touch with all these guys Owen tighthead love tighthead. Yes. So yeah, you're not just coming to love your coming up here. You're not going to the end of the world. I know we're up north foot. US is a lot of good Baristas here. Actually I do know where you guys are a very well because I came to prairie crops especially as she went matt was that used to work close by I don't work anymore. I just drink beer. Thank you very much. By. We'll definitely look for what you guys out in and I'm sure it'd be a wild time. Ken It's goodnight from me. Then, good night from him. Thank you very much and good night to John Matt and Joe Alright valorize. Tears. Thank you, guys. Okay. All of a bought. US A. To detect. But pint. Guard.

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Can Chicago Survive The Next Big Recession, Plus The Hanukkah Latke

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Can Chicago Survive The Next Big Recession, Plus The Hanukkah Latke

"Hi I'm Jen. White and this is reset as we get closer to Hannukah the hunt for the perfect lucky is on the grading versus shredding of potatoes. We grade most of the time so you get a smaller potato. It melts it kind of falls apart. When you break the lucky but first I we jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire? The fire that is Chicago's financial situation on Monday Mir light but talked about her. Long term plan to reboot the the city's economy. I want to look for not just to twenty twenty or twenty twenty one but to an economic plan that extends to twenty thirty. But a new report for Moody's says that of the twenty five largest cities in the US Chicago and Detroit are the least prepared to whether another recession sometimes city hall reporter Quarter Friends. Stillman says the rating agency used four factors when they were coming up with their list volatility. That was twenty five percent weight when he's IRV IRV coverage thirty percents financial flexibility twenty five percent and pension twenty percent and they basically said that the city's high fixed cost lost meaning the labor and the stuff that you know as soon as the cost of just operating opening the doors paying meeting payroll coupled with its pension liabilities. The twenty eight billion dollars make it one of the cities least prepared for a near-term recession. I want you to to define one of these other terms reserve coverage what is that reserve coverage what are your reserves in. How much could that cover in terms of you know your your expenses and the city? was you know. Pretty bad in that category as well. So the city doesn't have enough reserves to cover What what it needs to and revenues go down than there in travel? We're talking to some time City Hall reporter France spillman about a new report out from the ratings agency. Moody's it says that of the twenty five largest. US Cities Chicago and Detroit. The least prepare to whether another recession like the one we saw a decade ago. Well Fran Ran. Moody's is the only ratings agency that rates Chicago Bonds Junk and as you explained but just explain what a bond rating is and how it affects the city's bottom line well bond rating determines how much you paying interest and what access you have to capitol so when Moody's put Chicago in the junk category gory. It was very very closely. Tens of millions of dollars. It's like a scarlet letter but it's the scarlet letter that has a big big price tag into it and I remember Rahm Emanuel saying at the time that this was a decision that was going to cost the city dearly and that it would be very difficult all to get out of and so once you have that it is very difficult to city was forced to retire. Some of its most risky data at the time that was costly and then the interest rate going forward was very closely. Now the issue here is not just that the city is ill prepared for a recession. According waiting to Moody's but the Mayor Life it's budget has so many one time revenues including the three hundred million dollar TIFF surplus to is largest in city history. One and a half billion dollar refinancing with all two hundred ten million in savings claimed upfront. which is not a great practice? Ninety three million dollar call back from the Chicago public schools for pension and security money that the city used to cover the cities also got. They're counting on one hundred fifty fifty million in unspecified cuts from zero based budgeting and we don't know what that money is. And then there's one hundred sixty three million by raising ambulance fees paid by private insurers tours and also getting federal reimbursements for Medicaid patients and that has not come through either and will it given the criticism of Donald Trump. That's come I'm from the city of Chicago so you have all of that. Plus you have this huge a pension balloon that comes up with a billion dollars in added expenses and add that the fact that Lori lightfoot did not succeed in Springfield when she tried to get her casino gambling fix and she didn't get her graduated real estate transfer tax. Either and the question is will she Before Governor Pritzker gets that vote on his graduated income tax. So all those factors make it very very kinda shaky situation for this city well as we noted at the top Mir lightfoot laid out of ten year plan for boosting Chicago's Google's economy. I've been growing the city's population this week but she. She didn't mention the recession. And we know. Some economists think that is something on the horizon and she only only mentioned the pension crisis in passing during that speech. What do you make of that? She's trying to lay out in very broad strokes what she hopes The city will accomplish Bush and she is absolutely correct that the city needs to grow its population but that is a very complicated situation when when you consider that the exit is tied to so many things including crime and schools and and all of that so all of these things in terms of population growth growth our long-term goals and wonderful goals. But how long is it gonNA take and in the meanwhile if we go into a recession and if the economy makes you know plunges revenues in the middle of all this other shaky stuff then we're really in trouble. And what does that mean for for chicagoans. How will they feel the impact of that potential recession? Well I mean the mayor. Chris said that if she strikes out again in Springfield and again now. Let's talk about Springfield Springfield in this very difficult environment of the scandal. That's unfolding old. And then you have John Colored in about to retire who was a great great friend to the city of Chicago? A great ally of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's so so if you have that kind of uncertainty and then you have Madigan weekend and also not recusing himself from the Casino vote then Dan you have a situation where she might not get what she needs. You might not get either thing. Maybe she'll get the casino fix because Governor Pritzker needs needs. It Governor Printz could need Chicago Casino to to bank. Well his transportation plan but I dare say that he doesn't WANNA see any real estate transfer for tax happen until after he gets his vote on the graduated income tax next November. Because you're hitting really the same people. The high end people. The high rollers the people who make the big purchases. So if she doesn't get that then you're going to see a property tax increase. She tried to avoid it. Some people believe she made a mistake in of putting it because the political playbook says when you get elected raise taxes to the Hilton the first year and hope everybody forgets gets in the in the final three years. That's Politics Wanna one. As far as the Mayor of Chicago is concerned. And that's what we've seen through the years. She decided not to do that she. She heard a an earful from people in these public hearings saying. Don't raise my property taxes. So she didn't she raise them only about eighteen million alien for Getting the library's Open on Sunday and she took advantage of the increase for general obligation bonds. So the total increase. Chicago's about seventy seventy million. Counting the city colleges but I I dare say if she if she strikes out again or if there's a recession the property taxes is Mr reliable and so we'll see property taxes raised again well for Chicago and see who are very concerned concerned about the city's financial health. Are there any key factors. You would encourage us to keep an eye on just as these moving pieces. Continue to move around six Iranian Russian President Lawrence missile. WHO's a great expert on municipal finance has been harping at the need for the city of Chicago to have a long term plan and a long term plan is got to be not just? Let's get this budget over Ray. Let's have a parade we got it but rather have a plan that it has alternate and one of the alternatives that he would like to see is some serious really serious cutting of the city budget. We still have have agencies that maybe we can't afford anymore. We still have job vacancies even though the Mayor Mayor lightfoot eliminated some of with them a couple of hundred of them. They're still about two thousand of them that the unions wanted to hold open. But maybe maybe we can't afford it. There's still a cuts that could be made in the fire department With some of these Anta Larry payments to supplemental payments to the rank and file. That are so very costly Leslie and some of these traditions that they have the uniform allowance and the daily days and all the things that rahm Emanuel talked about getting rid of the didn't and in the police department there are. There's a huge number of breath so there are things that can be cut. They haven't been cut and so a long term plan and would require the city to probably find new sources of revenue whether it's service tax or You know another a a broader congestion fee or something like that and also to go. Further cuts well switching gears Mir light named a new transportation commissioner for the city yesterday. Eh Jia Biaggi. What can you tell us about her? She is a woman who spent eleven years in the Park district She is someone one who started as a policy aide to Mayor Richard M Daley and she has spent the last five years at genie gangs. Wonderful architectural firm in Chicago. She is someone who is described as a visionary someone who knows the best practices and things that are the new WIJAYA's around the country the Department of Transportation Cdot as they call it. It's an operational department. It's a functional department. You've gotta run on projects but you also have to be visionary of sorts. You have to think about what's possible and so Mary Sue Barrett of the Metropolitan Planning Council. So it's really high on Geo Biaggi who the the mayor's office didn't make available for interviews because they have this policy of. Don't let them talk. Until after they've they've been confirmed by the city council. I don't know why so. She's the kind of person that can really look at the big picture. She comes on at a time when The city city is implementing about to implement this forty million dollar congestion fee That was very controversial in the budget but really is the beginning of a discussion. That's gotta be much broader than this. It's gotta be a living breathing thing to look at. How does this work? Are we succeeding and reducing congestion and getting people to use mass transit. And if not what do we have to do to make that happen and they also have to look at the bus service and you know why why is bus service declining. It's declining because the population is declining. But it's also declining because get stuck in traffic. We're going to have to wrap up and leave it there ear but thanks that chicago-sun-times Hall reporter France Spillman Francis always great to talk to you. Okay have a great day. Uh Hanukkah starts this year on December twenty second and one of the key food Jewish families eat for the holiday is lot keys. Well we send our food contributor. Monica hang on this week along with producer Jason Mark in search of the perfect lucky and Jason thinks he might have found it in Buffalo Grove but before we start peeling potatoes does he explained some Lucky Hanukkah history. Here is the abbreviated version around two hundred BC Israel was ruled by syrian-greeks. At some point a king takes over he outlaws Judaism There's massacres and alter. Zeus is erected in the temple in Jerusalem and then somehow against all all odds a ragtag Jewish army led by a guy named Judah maccabee. He beats back the Greeks they rededicate the temple. They're about to light the big Minora Laura and they realized that there's only enough oil for one night and it'll take like a week before they can get their mitts on some more oil so they light it anyway anyway and miracle of miracles. That one nights worth of oil lasts eight days and so now you've got an eight day celebration. Asian of Hanukkah okay. Where does the fried food come in because of the oil? Okay okay. So you've got this oil that miraculously lasted a long time. And so now oil becomes uh-huh part of the story and part of the traditions and you eat stuff that is fried in oil and I have no problem with foods that are fried and neither do I so for folks folks who may be unfamiliar. I think are pretty well known. Just explain what it is. A lucky is a fried potato pancake. You can great it or shred it that is the potato. Oh you mix it with EG maybe a little bit of flower you formed into patties. Then you fry it okay. Now you went out yesterday to do a little lot key one on one. I who did you talk to okay so i. I went to original Bagel and Bialy in Buffalo Grove and I met the owners Karen and lawn getler and they're doing a great job out there of keeping the classic classic sort of Jewish Style Deli alive with all the traditional foods. Now you can get lucky in a variety of styles you can get them sort of very thin in Lacey and crispy you can get them very puffy and pillowy or you can get them somewhere in between so I put this to Karen what what are yours like. And how did you come up with that decision. Our customer basically told us what style they like. And we're somewhere in the middle so our typical lucky is about a half half an inch then and it's like I said the size of a piece of bread. There's also a lot of other little secrets that go into that lucky because we're a double fry store so when we do that regular lucky you can have one or two as a serving if you're going to have them as a meal you go many so it's half the thickness and a little bit smaller lot more crunchy edges. There's there's also grading versus shredding of potatoes we grade most the time you get a smaller potato. It melts it kind of falls apart when you break the Laki now. What about the toppings? Okay now there's a schism among lucky leaders are there's two main toppings topics of argument Over this savory every sour cream or the suite of apple sauce that's how it breaks down usually among people in S. Karen how it breaks down at original Bagel goal and Bialy. You have some people who won't even look at this hour for they. Just dip in the applesauce and then you have the people who say can I double dip. They like them next together. Very few picked kicked just sour cream. You have a lot more. Who picked just applesauce? So I think the sweet and savory which has become more and more popular My personal I have would have to say is applesauce us but I only like my latkes. When they're really like warm she get the warm lackey with a cold sweet applesauce and that's my personal favorite but the lackey's also have to have a little salt on them? She can all that together. We're talking about some very specific holiday food traditions today. UNREAS- set producer. Jason Mark is here with us alongside our food contributor. Monica angry ain't good. We're talking about the Hanukkah tradition of latkes. Okay I've got to find out where each of you come down. Monica apple sauce sour cream. Both I'm sour cream and I like the big pillow a lot keys at manny's like Kinda giant sponges. Thought about you Jason. I actually like the sort of the inbetween style that they they do at original Bagel and Bialy and I most definitely land on the applesauce side of this. I'm the third angel. I'm a sour cream girl. Okay Pasto originally of course in Buffalo Grove. But how many latkes do they make during the holiday season. Well that is a good question and the answer is a lot. Ah I did remember to ask Karen this very question during a normal week. We'll sell maybe fifty latkes. People do eat them year round this last year they've kind transformed. People are eating latkes instead of bread and making lucky sandwich. So we'll go through fifty seventy a week. Well Hanukkah five to eight times that and that's a regular lucky which is a big lucky. Like a large piece of weed or White Brent mini latkes. Are The bomb on the holidays. We can have free orders for four the six hundred every day when it comes time to Hanukkah and we also do one other crazy thing here. We make a lackey French fry. You guys want more crunchy and soft. Let's make this potato lucky. Let's cut it into sticks so we will also do couple hundred orders of those every weekend and Jen you had some of the Nazis lucky so the whole crew had yesterday. What was your eyes estimate? I smell them before I even saw you came in and my back was starting. I said what is what. What am I smelling? Because it was sort of potato and onion and they smelled amazing and and they do have I'm used to the the flatter crispier winds lines but these had a little more half. Yeah a little more to him and I thought they were delicious. That's right. They great the potatoes as she said instead of shredding them then they put them on a flattop top grill right away and that gets all the moisture out then. They mixed the potatoes in with the rest of their secret batter. Maybe there's a little onion some other things going on there than they formed patties and they do a quick fry than they put them in the fridge and then they wait for the orders to come in from the customers and as soon as they get that order they take them out of the Fridge Fridge and give them that second fry and this double fry process is what allows us to be extra crispy on the outside and very soft on the insiders a little bit more from Karen about that. We'll start with one. which if you look at it as if this was hot it's Brown? It's nice and crunchy. That might be like something you made it home. And you're ready to serve but now when they're ready we'll go and we'll double pride and the secret to a great Laki is love the time you have to be patient. Wait for that crust to form on the outside of the locking sizzling sounds good. It sounds now. We're talking about potato latkes but are there. Non Potato Potato versions yeah absolutely Sephardic Jews that is used from Spain or North Africa or other places in the Middle East make something called canvas depressive and those are Leek fritters and they're actually originally for the Jewish New Year of Russia. But you could make them same way. You just slice leaks really thin thin you could boil them or I actually like to Saute the leaks after they've been cut really thin and those become the main ingredient instead of potato and they are fantastic. Well if folks want to try potato lot keys this year but maybe don't want to you know. Go out on a lemon and do a recipe themselves any recommendations. Well I gotTa tell you. This is going to sound crazy but trader Joe's actually actually makes a pretty good luck either frozen. They come in a little box. You could pop in the oven and fifteen minutes later. You've got a decent plate of latkes all right well. Hanukkah starts the the night of December twenty second this year. That's recep producer in radio Z.. Host Jason Marquis split food duties with Monica. This week will tweeted a recipe for those Leek fritters and put up if some pictures Jason took at the original fatal and Bialy in Buffalo Grove. Jason Monica. Thanks I'm hungry. Thanks a lot to you. And that's Today's reset. If you like what you hear make sure your subscribe to the podcast and you can always tell your smart speaker to play reset with Jen White. I'm they might fix realistic. Let's talk again soon.

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Chief Steven Casstevens 8-23-20

CATS Roundtable

08:55 min | 8 months ago

Chief Steven Casstevens 8-23-20

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In addition we may be able to help you refinance with little or no out of pocket costs at rocket mortgage were committed to every client every time no exceptions no excuses giving you the best mortgage experience call us today at eight three, three, eight rocket or go to rocketmortgage DOT COM to learn more rates subject to change one point eight, seven, five percents this discounted rate call for cost information and conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and mls. Number. Thirty thirty Good Morning America this is the cats roundtable John cats bts here Sunday morning. Law enforcement what's going on in our country? Was this morning Stephen Kosta. Stevens chief of police of Buffalo Grove Illinois and First Vice. President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Chief tell us first about the organization and how many people you represent I mean chiefs of Police you represent. So again while I am also chief of police in Buffalo Grove Illinois outside of Chicago, I'm the current president of the guys EP and the ICP's the oldest and largest law enforcement executive leadership organization in the world was formed in eighteen, ninety, three in Chicago. We currently have over thirty, one, thousand, five, hundred members of law enforcement leaders in one hundred and sixty five countries. a lot of the problems going on in I guess specific cities or specific states how many of those cities or states are you involved when with those problems about? Our law enforcement people don't feel that politicians have their back. Well it. It's a difficult situation to watch across the country and in even speaking with some of our law enforcement partners and other countries that are experiencing. Similar protests and riots, but certainly, not to the extent that we are in some cities in the US. I really I feel for some of the law enforcement leaders in some of the cities around our country like Seattle I've known chief Carmen Best for quite some time I think it was an incredibly difficult situation that she was placed in Seattle, and as you know, she recently announced her retirement. And I really think that she's an incredibly professional chief and I really feel for the situation that she was put in but she wasn't going to put up with some of the things are putting up with including the defunding police and putting police officers in a position where really they're making it very difficult for police officers to do their job to make arrests as we normally would long before this this stuff all begin. Is. There any particular cities Oh states that you feel that? The. Police. Are Demoralized. Because This kid that big lose their jobs if they don't follow the politicians instructions while I, think what you can see the the strongest indicator and some of these major cities are the number of officers that are quitting or retiring, and you've seen that New York, you've seen that in in Chicago record numbers of police officers have just said I'm done either I have enough to retire and I'm going to or many of them that don't just say I'm done and I'm moving on to a different department and this isn't just New York and. Chicago and Portland and Seattle, it's several large cities in California too and officers just say I'd I'd rather go work for a another city where where I have better support and a lot of officers just feel that they don't have the support of their elected officials and it's very disheartening, I. I was the President about ten days ago and I recommend it to him that the attorney general should start a civilian review board or Lawyers Review Board. To Review Local D. as local trade general's local politicians that go after our our leaders in blue. And maybe they're not getting a fair trial and he liked the idea how do what do you think of that? Well. I. Think what's the that some of our leaders are being placed in very difficult positions where they've had decades of experience in law enforcement and they know how to lead an organization but sometimes they are held back or Hamstrung by either local or state of officials that won't allow them to take the action that they think think need to be taken, and of course, that goes then that reverberates all the way down through the ranks of the law enforcement agency and I mean you know as well as I do as a police officer if you feel, you don't have the support from your city that's the biggest thing that will demoralize you. The other thing that's what's going on is attorney Channel Bar I. Think he sent the feds into was nine ten eleven. Cities to make federal risk when the local people were not able to do it you seen expansion of that well, I don't know if I seen expansion of it but I think it. It certainly set a tone in some cities when you have federal officers coming in as you said, making arrests for federal crimes specifically when they're protecting federal courthouses the he has every right in my mind to send those officers in there to protect those federal properties and we've seen too many times and some of these larger cities where these alleged protesters who? Are actually antagonised posing as protesters are burning down buildings and trying to destroy courthouses and destroy police stations. This isn't peaceful protesting. This isn't accomplishing anything. This is organized crime those people getting paid or at least some of them. Well, it depends on who you believe I saw a a post recently on facebook that somebody was circulating. That it was in some city in Arizona that was advertising on the Internet that they were looking for five hundred quote unquote actors to be hired to show up at the scene of a protest, and they were going to be paid to be protest actors so and I've seen too many of these things. So it's for anybody to say that. people aren't being hired or recruited to take part in these protests and riots they're dreaming it's happening. Chief we have a minute left. Tell us. What do you want to tell the American people? Well, I think my biggest messages Let's think back to what you thought of law enforcement a year ago or five years ago or ten years ago when law enforcement had a much more deal of respect by the public and I think for the most part, the majority of the public still respects the police and want the police in their community. I think what we're hearing from is a fraction of our population that are claiming that police need to. Be funded and they need powers taken away and they should take away qualified immunity and things of that nature i. think that's an incredibly small facet of our population but I think we need that larger facet of the population that does support law enforcement to step forward and say so because those are the people were not hearing from I agree with you one hundred percent chief cash Stevens. Thank you so much everything you do for all America and. Please, keep doing it and we'll catch up with you again real soon. Thank you very honored to be on pack you this is the catch roundtable we'll be right back.

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What Does The Fox Say?

Fame is a Bitch

31:23 min | 8 months ago

What Does The Fox Say?

"From workhouse connect in AJ. Benza. Vein he likes to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex tapes is. The Guy. Put the COP in the peacock network. Okay. Bitch. Hey, everybody AJ Benza here with the original theme is Bitch. It Is August tenth twenty twenty. I'm back from Buffalo Grove Illinois. Sitting back up. In Studio City La Mike, and I had a very different weekends. Mike was so involved in this East Coast Storm. My cat to go to, east, coast for. Funeral and memorial for his mentor, Bob mccurdy, and he got stuck in in Connecticut and Long Island with no electricity. No. Wifi. It was a disaster for him. I mean. I. Had a great trip. I saw family, we had a ball, we eight to our heart's content. I now have to drop. I drop look I'm not GonNa lie to you. I just said this on Patriots to. Drop the weight that I put on my sisters, but I was fat before that. I, really, thirty pounds would be like life changing for me and I'm going to do it. I'm going to do it I. Know you think I'm crazy, but I'm gonNA. Do it. I. Only had very limited amounts of food today like palmful of fruit. Palmful nuts a little bit of. I'm going to do this. I'm not gonNA eat like you know what I the Diet I like to say. Works. The best for me is, in Italian, we have an expression scoops D'Amato excuse to somebody that just fucking eats like come on like every time you him out to get food in it. and. One time my good buddy mark Lamonica. He lost a ton of weight before his wedding I said what the fuck did you do you go on some kind of he not just eating like? I said, that's it because that's Stop fucking need that in the not eating for eight o'clock at night I'm not drinking soda, no more alcohol. Regular size portions since you've got to go big have vegetables instead of said now, it all makes sense I know just fucking Italian Guinea. Bast. As we love food love to cook, I can't take by the way speaking of food. I, actually taped my sister Rosalie inner kitchen making her famous Spanish. Chicken Soup I'M GONNA. Put that on the facebook podcast obsessed pages probably three or four minute video i. think he will handle that. I'll let you know when I do it. But that's the best way to hear from her mouth and me kind of with her, but she's the one talking That's going to be the best, and then I can also tell you during the week how she makes her incredible chicken Scott, putty yellow certain actually put that recipe out a couple years ago. But somebody who still ask asking for it. So do it again before the weeks up? I'm reading today. My voice is a little fucked up I duNno. Listen I. GOTTA be honest. My voice was fine in Chicago right and I was yelling we add some fights, typical family matters. But nothing, my voice was fine. I come back here, fucking day and a half, my voice ship. My wife scratched her cornea Washington face. Obama took her to the emergency room. Nobody there. Right she got medicine, it was killing. Took it back to the ER. Again today nobody there do not believe that everybody's dying everybody sick. The hospitals of filled I'm just I'm tired of it. I'm just hired here in this nonsense I know there are hospitals in certain areas that being hit whatever. We're very prepared. This is all fucking bullshit i. wish it would just stop. Arena about Simon cal matching Gavin, and go to the hospital. Now, with all this shit line around and I wasn't nervous flying at all flying during this plan was not. It was so easy to fly from here. Chicago was a breeze. There was nothing that airport was empty. The flight was wide open. Each of US had whole row coming back. We had a full flight everybody wore masks, but it's funny You can keep your mask off if you eating. So. Naturally, I can't eating like little pieces of fruit. A little nuts. Mass was offered hours at a time I. don't I'm sorry. I, just don't buy it. And the guy left me to the same thing. He didn't bite you. Know we still kept it on for most of the flight, but you know enough of this bullshit I'm read about Simon Cal field, terrible guy breaks, his back and several places riding and electric bicycle and in Malibu. Electric Bites. I mean I guess WanNa try one. If I had the delic. Probably about two grand I. Think maybe low end six, seven, hundred, high end a few grand I. Guess it's going uphill. If you live in a hilly area to it can be a pain in the ass to push. But isn't that the whole purpose of a bike to get the workout and get your cardio going near leg. Strong. Anyhow he fell. fucked is backed up. Guy dropped sixty pounds in a year. Simon. CAL, and I don't think he did anything like lap band. I. Think he went out this the real, the real hard way. Diet and exercise. I tell you for. A rod in his back. You lay around. He's not gonNA be able to move a lot. Going to fuck his diet up. I hate to tell you when you get that far in your diet you. Right when I had the Monja lost. Forty, pounds forty. In a month. To lose two pounds a day. I'm not sick way. That's like you're dying loss, not like, Hey, you're looking good. You lose what you healthy now. I was on my back dying and I lost forty pounds. But when you get back, the weight comes on really quickly. But here's the other bad thing. Siamese cows in four long-haul with therapy and all this Kinda Shit and rehabilitation. Let me tell you something I. Know He's a smoker and no, he likes alcohol. They're going to be paying pills on his night table and I'm telling you right now a back problem as significant is that. I. Don't want to wish this on them, but I would not be surprised if a year from now, you find out that he's in Rehab for a pain pill addiction I wouldn't. Because the guy came can get as many as he wants. As often as you want. Believe me when you're in La and you're a celebrity, you can get whatever the fuck you want. I'm a half ass nobody and I can still call Dr and get whatever the Fuck I want. My wife gets mad at. So we're going to tell you. So few Simon. Cowl you write the script. Yourself don't even show the doctor meets. You know. So I, think I hope not, but I think. A year. So for now, I wouldn't be surprised if he's got a habit and has got a problem. I remember, Simon, twenty years ago. At go and all the restaurants, all the hot spots when when Eighteen nineteen years ago, seventy went. One American idol was just jamming him Paula, Abdul, Simonov, Randy, and. Fuck face. What's his name? Ryan Hook. Forgot guys everywhere rhyme Bob and Ryan always had should do you know the most beautiful girls surrounding tape gorgeous girls because I was in those rooms and I was with? Ryan had other things on his mind. You'd think he'd sit down and relax pillow on his lap and you know say some naughty ship back. Then you still could Simon did Simon was enjoying everything. Oh, he had a bull I like seeing guys. who were making money and and achieving fame and enjoying it and sitting around, and you know he did give a fuck of people thought he came with his sweaters rolled up. He didn't care if he didn't like him. He was his own person. He smoked. He wanted he drank as much as he wanted to add a driver. He'd pull girls out of that restaurant constantly. You know. There was there was a beautiful grants, you know it. It said tons of beautiful women around him. Of course, they are. It's like throwing shiny lower in canal with a bunch of snapper or fish breaking the surface to go for that more when you got money and fame like Simon Cowl. I don't care what you think people think you look like you get pussy everywhere and the girls that surrounded that tables. The first table on the right I've sat there millions of dollars. But on the nights idol taped, that was their table he'd come in and it was like the Pied Piper of Pussy. Everywhere. And you know I know he was paying some because he's that kind of guy. But this a few girls I knew there was one beauty named Denise on a what the hell happened to. Giannis. But she is a tale of something that happened to women out here who chased celebrity and don't quite get it. Don't ever get married. Don't get pregnant. Don't have that baby that gets the scholarship money. But she niece was gorgeous and she was always hanging around the big shots whether it was Michael. Bay or Michael Bolton Jeff Goldblum Simon, I'm thinking Jamie Foxx. Guys that didn't mind eating hanging with the regular folks because once they show up, they knew they'd be the star of the room and on occasion when they'd come in the girls would flock to them. And is like me we hung around. We would get some who swam astray of the big fish and then we gobble them up. That's just the way it works. That's the. That's the way that whole circle of life thing. So to speak works you know, but it's a very sad thing to see all these beautiful women. Then, so many girls, but only so many millions celebrities to go around. There's gotta be a hundred for reach millionaire celebrity that just WanNa be with somebody. and. One of them doesn't land. Big Fish doesn't do the pregnancy trap or what have you? It gets Kinda said. Because they age out, it's no different than an athlete they age out. They know I can't do this forever on forty two. I'm not the Kinda girl that guy's GonNa WanNa tie me up and marry me now. They just won't like thirty, one, thirty, three. Okay. Let's take a shop and now you forty two, you've already dated sixteen men that. Run Studios and shall not sure I'm the guy that wants to take you home and say, you're my wife. You know I understand. So they fucking age out. Eventually, you know they're too old. They can't have children and they're alone and it's very sad. These beautiful women I know. So many of them have beautiful that went through this gauntlet of male celebrities didn't land the Big One and. Now. They're in their forties and fifties. No children. No husband? They think they're okay. They think have not. They're. They're very lonely. because. They still they can't hang out with the girls who got the millionaires. They can't hang out with them. The girls got the superstar actor athlete, it doesn't work. You know and it said. Hand up with an old accountant or doctor and moved to Florida and that said. And that Dr Account Never makes their instagram pictures trust me, they go around the world. They have their trips, her bills are paid. She's able to go four to six weeks a year on vacations with their single girlfriends, but you know. That's when she lets loose but. It's IT'S A. It's one of the. It's one of the things in La that happens a lot that not not many people focus on. But that idea of a hot girl aging out without getting. The top celebrity. Anyhow. I was upset to see political correctness has now expanded to fucking space. where NASA now says that planets and galaxies and other heavenly bodies can no longer be referred to by offensive nicknames. They sent out a God, the impress released the other day they said, all planets and heavenly bodies will be referred to only by the scientific names. So under the new rules, the ESKIMO nebula discovered in seventeen, eighty, seven by William Herschel. Will only be referred to N. G. C. Two, three, nine, two. Oh, how fucking beautiful. What a beautiful thing? so-called Siamese twins galaxy will now be known as N. G.. C.. forty-five Sixty, seven, C., forty, five, sixty, eight. Nice ring to it right and g forty saying what the fuck the thinking here. As told to NASA by gang of PUSSIES masquerading as gender variant to spirit non-sis binary fuck ups is that Hey, as the scientific community works to identify and address systemic discrimination and inequality in every aspect of the field, it's now become clear that certain cosmic nicknames are not only insensitive, but can be actively harmful. Who Do you know who's angry about a planet twenty, fucking million miles away with the name Siamese. Anything. Have you met some on the angry about this? And if this planet bothers them. then. What are we going to cancel the two? Siamese, cats in lady and the tramp what I mean, what's the difference? I'm sure you heard about the massacre Eskimos in Alaska and there two bloody faxon's one who's angry that the word Eskimos on a planet. One, hundred miles of a thou- million miles away. And one will fight to the death Nasr's right to use it. What a bunch of Shit I told you. You let these fucking people into the party and all they're doing his fucking up. Anything, they don't agree with these people. I mean all the people who've been upset and hurt and concerned all these assholes. You know who they are there on the streets picketing screaming those of the assets. The why they on Nasr's bulls? He'll NASA tell these people that kiss your ass nobody likes seeing. You Roll over for these jerk offs. Member a couple years ago. There were nine planets and to fucking genders what a simple way. The world was now the remorse genders. Than Than Than Shit, you can spot through a telescope. We got fifty eight gender slammed up Barabbas largely because nobody wants said, hey, listen to me. What changed the names of what these renowned scientists found go fuck yourself. What are you doing boycott space travel? Set, A, precedent. Just say, no, what you're asking is insane in bothers nobody. This world. Has Eskimos nothing mean about that? and. If you're offended by the word Siamese, you gotta get over it. Go someplace else. We don't buy crazy here. You know like Nicholson said in What that movie was replayed. The crazy. Add Guy. You know as good as it gets were all stocked up here on Crazy I. Love that line. And is this story, and again we gotTA stop letting the people who were offended. Control us. Somebody's gotTA. Have the balls to say now we're GonNa fuck what you think. Who asked you? Another woman has come forward still shaking. About her rape being counter with. Our favorite imprisoned mogul Harvey Weinstein. Now, apparently, she bit her upper lip and she agreed to two more meetings with them after that. So. Must have been a terrible first meeting. Because she saw him two more times. She was show. So shaken by his attacking her the first time. That everyone should be fine with her needing to go back and hang with him again, and again, I'm never going to change guys, you can't make me change. This latest lawsuit. Twenty two year old. Jane DOE is accusing Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulting or at Film Festivals in France and Canada. She says, he approached her first at the Cannes film, Festival and twenty seven. When she was twenty two years old. She was an aspiring actress. He told he told her, he wanted to discuss a career and set up a meeting in the majestic hotel suite with her and his assistant. All three of them briefly spoke about a career, but then the assistant left the room and Harvey started to allegedly sexually assaulter. That's what her lawsuit states I don't doubt this happen. And by the way, let me know when anyone is going to go after all these female assistants who knew what was going to happen, but always kept their gas lights lit. Can we get some of these fucks? Some of these girls who just go I knew was happening, but what could I do? Let's round them up. They got only with fucking murder these girls and guys. These assistance they knew everything still haven't found is a a an agent. At William Morris Endeavor, ICM CA. They knew who they were sending. Bena was happening when the girls were GONNA go meet Harvey. None of them pay the price. So apparently Jane Doe says Harvey Clutched Her and Forced forced her into massaging him. Now apparently all the exits were closed or maybe they were manned by big muscle bound Massad agents. Because the girl didn't leave once that happened. I. She refused to massage him. Then he continued to groper and tried to take off her clothes. Now, most women we know. If they really felt threatened. Yell Scream fight. Poke the fat fuck in the I, not Jane Doe. Not, a lot of girls Harvey Weinstein allegedly raped. She says, she managed to run out of the room. But she also agreed to meet him twice more during the film festival. If this doesn't prove that fame is the most addictive drug nothing, will you're telling me? You got out from under a probable rape scenario, but then agreed to meet this man to more. It gets worse or better depending on what team you're on. Let's fast forward to the third meeting. As most of us would do after a man tries to rape us the first time. We'd schedule a new meeting. Woodley. I. Know a lot of you women give me shit for this I. Don't care I find this. Insane. After the third meeting CI claims he raped her after they went out partying with a number of people in the film industry after the night of fun. She says, they were the ended up back in Harvey's hotel suite. I, Don, I don't know how she went back to I. Guess He's got those monkeys at the wicked witch used in the wizard of Oz. The flying monkeys they must've grabbed their in floor back to the hotel. That must be how she got back to the sweet, right. She wouldn't voluntarily go back not after being allegedly raped right, but she did. Nobody would agree to go to a rape a sweet after claiming to be almost raped twice before. But. She went, and once she went, she talked about how he used his considerable size and strength advantage to pin her down and raped. I'm not done yet. She's also claiming Weinstein allegedly assaulted her several other times over the next nine years including the Toronto Film. Festival seven years later in twenty fourteen, and that's where she says, he pestered her to meet him at his hotel to discuss her career, which by the way seven years later, it's not happening on. There's no career why you've falling this. She told him I look I'm gonNA relationship, he goes I wouldn't do anything. He already tried to rape you twice, but now you believe him. And she assumed. He was honest. Once again. I guess he sent those mean flying monkeys to grab it because she ended up in his suite again and wants in the hotel room. He began to force himself on her. She says, he tried to force her into sex acts against her will. You know they say fool me once shame on me. Fool me seven times were obviously dating. Come on I. Look, we haven't talked about Harvey in a long time and. Who the hell knows, what's happening with all these suits? What's going to happen with this La hearing and I hope the dot on called Casa just even deal with anymore. It's gross situation. It's. I I, I hesitate to say it sad because I know many people hate him and what he stands for but. I. Find The whole thing maddening and said I really do both just a fucking gross situation. I had to laugh the other day I, saw Megan Fox. Acting like a little schoolgirl. Put up this picture on Instagram of her new boyfriend. Machine Gun Kelly. And she referred to him as my achingly beautiful boy. And she wrote my heart is yours might achingly beautiful boy listen forget the fact that machine gun Kelly is a typical thirty year. Old Dude is Hollywood bad boy. You know he being cast in films because of the amount of followers he has on all social media platforms. That's the way it goes. It's not about talent anymore. It's not about believing in someone who destroys audition. It's all about some agents sign this kid who's got. It was by the way. He's a good musician and all don't get me wrong. But, there's a movie being put together. Let's say it's an ICBM, and as they WANNA package the film they WANNA use an ICBM director and a big star and as apart, and hey, we've got machine gun care. Let's old. Let's put him on. He's got twelve million followers. That's all they're thinking of. I, mean, yes, he has a look. Don't get me wrong if you like a tattooed love boys. Chin to toe. All touted up I. Think. It's gross but. Megan Fox, thinks it's achingly beautiful. He put this guy in the film with her. And his musical talents aside I don't look. In the eye of the beholder I know he's young and confident and Cocky, and that goes a long way. But. I. Don't know how anyone can find that attractive. All those tattoos I just don it looks dirty. It just looks sturdy to me and I. I tell you I look at Ted, talk a lot and I tell you there's so many beautiful girls. But what the fuck are they thinking all getting sleeved sleeve tax why every girl getting sleaze? Do you have any idea? What happens when you're fifty, five, sixty, one of the sagging skin? You'RE GONNA. Look like a circus freak girls. Oh God? and. Black girl stop getting tattoos above you tits. That's the worst look. It's so trashy. Not, to say the TRAMP stamps entity. Classy. But above your tit. Terrible. It's always some guy's name that you know you haven't seen since the ninth grade get that shit off. And let's face it, this is going to sound racist or not racist. It's just honest. I can't make out attached to want to Blackburn. I can't I can't read what the fuck they say. You show me I can see machine gun Kelly in front of me and read seventy, five percent of stats, a black girl, three tattoos. I can't read any of them say. Not For me. So what does she give a shit for saying? But, the thing about making thought look there was a day. Megan, Fox was such a Cutie Pie. But more than that. She's the mother of three boys with erects Brian Austin Green they just stepped. They got three sons when your kids are all still young, a good idea for all EU single MOMS at don't publicly post something that obviously let's your young sons know, Mommy's getting pounded. You Know Machine Gun Kelly is laying good deep pipe into your mom kids. So stay on instagram. If you don't WanNa, know that stuff because moms like Megan Fox are or put it out there. Naturally, Brian Austin Green. WHO's forty eight? He felt the need to get back on it because look, it's no fun. When REX's banging guy eighteen years younger than you. You know he's hitting that better hidden at better than you are a because it's brand new, be the sex you guys had became wrote and predictable and see. This goes a long way when the first transformers movie came out, and we all introduced to how hot Megan Fox was machine gun. Kelly was known as Colson Baker and like a lot of guys who was seventeen years, all probably jerked off to a poster on his room, every Goddamn. After he saw the movie and now he's with her. You can imagine. What, that feels like for him. So Brian Austin. Green. Did kinda get her back. He decided to share a slide show of his four kids of whom he shares with Megan. Fox, the other one is all this sunny shares with Vanessa Marcel. And he wrote achingly beautiful boys. My heart is yours and he captioned his post. You Know Mimicking Megan's posts machine gun Kelly. He said he was kidding and he wished her well Blah Blah Blah. But I know he's hurt. Since they split. Megan Fox is obviously found. Love. Great. Love. She says, in fact, she actually said a couple of weeks ago. that. She knew the instant. She saw machine Kellyanne that movie shoot that they were twins souls. Case, you don't know what that means. She explained it. She said instead of a soul mate, a twin soul. I'm sorry, a twin flame instead of a soul mate, a twin flame is actually wear a soul has like ascended into a higher level. The noth- that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time. So, we're actually two halves of the same soul. And I said to him. Almost. Immediately when I met him. With twin flames at that point. Machine Gun Kelly knew he was going to get some of the best hetty ever gotten his life. When a girl says that, should you forget it? But Listen I i. just I have a hard time when young mothers talk about another die like this I just find it. I don't know you were just married. You just left. You just came back from a movie shoot with this guy told Brian you know I felt better alone I, felt better on my own lots of bells bullshit store. You felt better with machine gun Kelly. You didn't feel better alone or should still be alone I. Hate that kind of Shit. You know I'm by the way I'm sure she felt him inside of her before she went with the twin soul twin flame bullshit. So, all she's on this new, love. Hi. Brian Austin Green hasn't found anything remotely close to that although he did find himself in a hot tub and probably got laid with the sexiness Courtney Stauton. Look. She's hot and all, but she's the Kinda chick that your ex would say, really Courtney Snowden, the girl who married a fifth year old when she was sixteen Nice Goin' I'd be embarrassed if I were you and most guys like, Oh, I want a good fucking time, but you know. Bryan probably said really a guy who calls himself machine. The fuck is that was was he calls cock and she's like Colton is an artist Brian. which is the way you used to be before you got older, we first met urine artist to. Peace what you once work things like that will kill a guy and that hurts you fired that good. I hope he's great in bed. I hope little machine gun doesn't jam and she goes all it works just fine and his caucus call. And that's the way the world works women crave better and guys want different. That's the way it works with a woman leaves you. She craves better. A guy just wants different. I think both are getting what they want it. One. Time me and they'll gumbo my buddy were in a car. Dayton. Michelle Brando at the time and the topic of ex-boyfriends came up or ex-girlfriends just shoot shit and Neil is always like you know elbow and her he wanted to get shit though he always liked seeing US fight. And I forgot whom we were talking about. The, topic of guys prick size came up right and I look I'm fairly confident in that department. So that talked dozen bother me or get me nervous at all. But I'll never forget when couple kept goading Michelle and she took the bait like a fucking selfish ran with it. Neal was like what's the difference between dating AJ and your ex and she's going down the list of what this and that and Neil ask her? What about the sex better with AJ. And she very calmly said, yeah yeah, AJ. I have better sex, and then she said something that ladies. If you ever want, you man to jump out of a speeding car during an argument, just tell them what Michelle said which was. No my ex's cock was too big. She. Goes now with the sex wasn't better with my ex because he was too big and I'm like what the fuck is out mean to build what is that? What would you say that and then she starts with? No. No, you're just you're perfect. But he was to be because I want to hear that. I start naming girls who were tighter and more firm. Just ridiculous. But that's what's happening with Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox and machine gun and whoever Brian and don't sleep on Green. He'll pull something out of the out of the woodpile who pulled big looker out. Trust me. It's got a good guys got. He knows what he's doing. He's been at this a while. He was good way back in the ninety to one old days. He knows what the pull out of the by finds something trust. But it was all in. Good Fun. But this is what Brian Austin Green Fields. Trust me. He's not sleeping at night right now. He's having a tough time. When he stares at the ceiling, all he sees is. Getting blasted by thirty role. Tattooed rapper was a big grey glock between his legs. I Bet Brian. Austin. Green. Even pissed it. That machine Kelly has three names. And that there's no contest ladies. What's it better? Fantasy getting blasted by a guy named Bryan Austin or a cat named machine-gun? What do you think? No contest, you want the gun I, get it. So it was Brian. I'm getting into bad thinking about it. I'm fucking old fifty eighth I'm not a machine, an old cannon nominal civil war cannon. I gotTA. Aj Benson. Demos. The original famous, a Bitch for August tenth twenty twenty. Talk to you guys during the week. Checkout politics is bitch. got some good stuff. You're not gonNA WANNA miss. Don't forget to join Patriot on DOT com. Slash fame as a bitch or slash politics is bitch. Get on it. Tomorrow. Thank you for listening famous. A bitch is an AJ Benza workhouse, connect production, featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary, and sometimes fucked up perspective of a j Benza executive producer, Mike Agatha, no technical producer, Brian. Vasquez.

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Ep. 17: All About Angels

Wine & Spirits with Monica the Medium

1:38:26 hr | 2 years ago

Ep. 17: All About Angels

"Hi, I'm Monica. I'm just your typical college girls. Wait a second. That's a different show. Let's try this again. Welcome to wine and spirits with Monica, the medium. Some of you may already know me for my former television show, but for those of you who don't. I'm your host Monica, ten key, and in case you're wondering, Yup, I talked to dead people get ready for spiritual topics and tips. Awesome guests. And of course, messages from above between the tears, laughter and jaw dropping validations. This is a podcast that you'll never wanna miss grab a glass of Rosaiah if you'd like, and maybe a box of tissues to and sit back, relax because wine and spirits starts right now. Hi, everyone and welcome to episode seventeen of wine and spirits. I know it has been a little while since the last episode. A lot of you guys have been tweeting and messaging me and asking me, when's the new episode coming out? So. So hopefully this makes your day a little bit brighter. So I am very excited to share today's episode actually recorded this back at the start of July. So if you hear us refer to different timeframes and you're like, that's weird because it's already off Tober. That's because like I said, we recorded this a couple months ago, but I have just been very busy these days. So didn't have the chance to get this one finished and uploaded till today, but I appreciate your patience. And for those of you who haven't already heard, there is no longer a set schedule for this podcast. So no more biweekly episodes on Wednesdays. So now more than ever. It's so important to make sure that your subscribe to the podcast so that you are notified when new episodes are released. It's just very hard for me to stick to a schedule, and I do this in my free time and I want it to be something. That can be very healing and helpful and entertaining for you guys, but also something that works best with my schedule and makes it to that. It's still enjoyable for me. And does it feel like this stressful thing where I'm going to let people down if I don't meet the deadline or whatever, if it comes out late and whatnot. So I am definitely one of those people. I don't like to disappoint others. If you heard my last podcast about 'em paths, which path to I definitely have that thing where it's really hard for me to feel like I'm disappointing anybody or letting them down. So I'm also somebody of my word and I don't like to make a promise and not follow through. So I'd rather just not have a set schedule, not promise that it's gonna come on a certain day started time and then disappoint people. So this is just easier to just be like, okay subscribe. And when it comes out, it'll come out and there's that. So with that out of the way, just a couple of other quick announcements, there's only three spots for my six week. Online course beginner's guide to connecting the spirit for those of you who are coming into your own gifts and are wanting to learn how to really develop and strengthen that connection. And have you know a mentor kind of guiding you through that whole process. Then this is the course for you. So find out more information on my website. WWW dot Monica, the medium dot com and click the courses tab. Like I said, there's only three spots left and it probably won't be offered again until sometime in January, February March. I'm not sure yet, but definitely not until after the new year. So don't miss out really looking forward to that beginning on October fourteenth. And then in other news, I just wanna say thank you to everybody who took the time to enter the free reading giveaway on social media. I did announce the winner and I am going to be hosting another one towards the end of November. So if you were not selected. Don't lose hope. There will be future opportunities, and actually there's still one that's currently going on on my website. If you click free reading -tunities and follow the instructions on their than you will also be entered into a separate giveaway for chance to win a free one hour Skype reading with me. And then what was, oh, I wanted to say thank you to everybody who came out to my messages from above event in Madison New Jersey last weekend. It was such an amazing event filled with so many healing messages. Beautiful venue, just wonderful night and just all in all went so well. And I definitely hope to schedule a few more messages from above events and some other cities across the country and the coming months. So if you want me to come to your city, let me know and fill out the form on my website. Click the bents tab, and you will see a little thing that says, click here to let Monica. I know where to go next. So whichever city has the most demand is where I will start planning for and we'll head to next. So let me know. But as of now, the next event is on December eighth, an ensign nita's, California. There is still some VIP and general mission to get slept on my website. WWW dot Monica, medium dot com. All right. That was everything that I wanted to share before I jump into today's special guest, and you guys are really going to like this one, I think. So. I'm excited for you guys to get to know my dear friend and angel messenger Beth Carlton. But most people know her as be an so Beth. She delivers messages from the angels and does this through direct communication with the angels, but also through angel cards. And I have been seeing her for now over five years, and I can personally vouch. For how special and gifted this woman is. She's just such a bright light and everybody who sets with her and gets to know her or has a session with her. I mean, everybody just loves her. She just such a good energy, and I hope you guys feel that when you listen through this episode just a quick note wall two quick notes. The first one being that I am very sorry for the audio quality. In this episode. I did not realize until listening back, like just how poor the audio quality was until listening back to it. And I had recorded it just like I do any other podcasts with the same microphone in everything on my end. But with my guest, instead of having them call in over a phone, I was trying to do it over zoom because I read that was actually better for the audio quality when they can't be with me here in my office per. Ersan so it was supposed to be better. But if anything it was worse and kind of choppy and just in and out a little bit at points, I did everything I could in editing, try to kind of tweak or fix it. But there was really no way to really make it better after the fact. And I wasn't going to ask my good friend to redo this whole interview because we did talk for so long. So you guys will just have to kind of deal for this one and hopefully it won't bother you too much. Maybe hadn't mentioned it. You wouldn't even notice. But I mean, you probably this, but anyway, hopefully it doesn't take away too much from you enjoying this episode and what we talked about because there's so much valuable inciteful. Awesome information that B-shares in this episode that I think will help a lot of people and Sheva gave me some messages for my angels, which is really cool. And just we had a great conversation. So I hope you guys. Still are able to get a lot out of this in that you enjoy listening to our chat. And then the second thing that I wanted to give a little heads up about is that like I mentioned before, we recorded this a few months ago, but since then really just a couple of weeks ago b.'s father passed away. So so sorry to her and her whole family sending them all so much healing, energy and love, and just condolences to them. I know that he is absolutely just so now at peace on the other side and watching over smiling down over her and her family and just loves her so much. But given the fact that you know she's been going through a very recent loss. She has been taking a little bit of time off and is currently not scheduling private sessions sometime in December. Believe her assistant will start going through requests that they've received on the website, and we'll begin that process of reaching out to people and getting them scheduled for the next opening, which definitely won't be until at the very earliest after the new year into two thousand nineteen. But because she has been very, very busy and has had high demand and everything, it could be even six months if not longer that you might be waiting to hear back. So just putting that out there and she doesn't even have this on her website. But because I care about her and I don't want her to get overwhelmed with everything that she's had going on, especially just because you put a session request through her website doesn't guarantee you'll get an appointment. It's just expressing your interest and assuming she still has the availability when they get to that point of the waiting list. Or their process, you know, then you will hear from them, but I just wanted to put that out there to manage expectations because I know how some people can get when they're very excited and yeah, so go easy on her. It might be a while, but she is worth the wait. Also, she is a bargain for what she gives you for an hour of her time. It's like sixty five bucks or something, so definitely worth it. All right. Now we can finally get this episode started for real, and I hope you guys learn some new inciteful things about the angels and how they connect with us and can help us in our everyday lives. Hi. Hi, Honey. Excited to chat with you today though. Excited. Honestly, it's what's been getting me through the day today because I had to work all day yesterday all day today. And I was like, it's just another working weekend jevon doing weekend after we can lost six weeks. But today at least finished my day, getting a chat with you, so. Well, first of all, thank you for being on my podcast because you have been one of the most requested guests since I've launched the podcast in October. I mean, I can't tell you how many people have been like pleased. Have your angel reader friend Beth, like have beyond like, because people have heard me talk about you many times. So they really like their show excited and they just so they're really happy that you are finally going to be the guest on this episode. And I also asked some of my followers if they had any questions for you. So we'll also go through some of those at the end as far as general questions more. So like the process about difference between angels versus guardian angels or archangels guardian like those type of things. So we'll go through some of those questions at the end. But to start off, I was wondering if you could. Bring us back to like when you really will. I fall, can you explain what I don't even know what toys call you? I like my, I would say my angel reader, Fred, I don't know how to say, is it angel messenger, like how? What do you call yourself? Like what's the actual like correct thing. Certified as an angel messenger. Okay. Also as angel therapy practitioner. So, but I like to just be called an angel message. That's that's what I'm comfortable with. I like that. I like that. Okay. So angel messenger. So can you explain for because obviously I know what that is. I've had readings with you for over five years now, but for most of the people listening, there's probably still wondering what is an angel message messenger, what's an angel reading? What are angels cards like they don't know anything. So can you kind of explain what it what that is, what that means that whole say? Sure. So when I can act to when I'm working with a client, I'm sitting with them and connecting my angels with dares k. and everyone has guardian angels around them that were signed to their soul when their soul is created. So what I'm doing is connecting with persons, angels in mine and receiving messages that lay. I don't claim to be psychic. Why kinda liked to say angel message session rather than a leading because meetings kind of portray psychic stuff. And I just tend not to go into like predictions or things like that, a low. I'm helping people move into the future, but I'm certainly not predicting future, you know. And so then I just listened to what they have to say when we just I just sort of speak it fourth in if it doesn't mean anything to me, it's going to mean something to receiver. So it doesn't matter. I keep my ego out of it in my interpretation out of it fully and and then we, I also use cards, angel cards. They're tuned highly to the angels, and they just are. The cards are simply a validation that what I'm saying is also you can see it because I can show that person when they're sitting next meal were even when were I do a lot of Skype session, so I'll just hold it up to the camera and show them. And it's always. Usually aligning white with what I've just said, because it's really what the angels of just said census validates. It's another way of seeing what the messages are. Exactly, exactly. So amazing. And it's interesting to how like you explain to it's not psychic. It's not the predicting the future. It's like to say angel message message session instead of like a reading kind of very similar to how I've always been very particular about calling myself a spirit, medium instead of psychic medium. It's the same thing I just I've always been very clear about the distinction of being somebody to connect you to your pass loved ones, but not for the future before chin telling kind of things I totally get. I just think sometimes it sacred, keep some things elements of surprise in our lives. And I think it's very important for that piece to stay intact. But so sometimes when some says, okay, then what are we going to talk about? I remember when sweet woman who said to me, how long do you do a session? And they said, it's an hour and in really what to talk about her. Our let me just do a half an hour and I surely will do a half hour hour and she's like, you know, the half hour can we do know that? That's so funny and so accurate too. Because like I said, I've been seeing you for years and I totally get that. It's it you even when you feel like, although let me to make it clear, I feel like every time I see you, it's like I feel like the timing of it even that is so aligned with when the angels need to connect with me is the timing all works out the the right way for when I need it most and all that stuff. But even if you felt like, oh, what are they gonna talk? I swear. It's like they bring up exactly exactly what you need to hear then. And maybe you don't even realize to hear it until it's coming through, but it really is so beautiful and it just blows my mind. Kind of get into more. I really want to get into more of that and a little bit, but I also want to kind of backtrack to how did you really realize that you had such a strong ability to communicate with the angels? And when did that all start out for you and really kind of you growing into into that connection in that gift. Well, actually I was about twenty seven twenty eight years ago. Now I had a brain tumor is in the right in right, temporal lobe of my brain, and it affected my left side and I was struggling with them has been traveling in my daughter was only to determine, and so I really just was lying in bed saying, what am I going to do? How I can't do this alone? And I wasn't really well. I didn't realize I was connected to the angels fence. I just said a prayer. You know, please help me and two angels appeared to the foot of my bed in the form of light. Brilliant light and I received a message. This is the first message that I had truly received like this was we will help you. We will help you in. It wasn't in an audible method. I didn't hear with my ears, but I heard it. It was almost like dislike speaking to my soul speaking tonight. It's hard to explain this. But in retrospect, when I think back when I decided to call do this work after all this hall, my business angels, whispering light in, it's so true. That's what they were doing. They were whispering through their light me and they told me they would hold me heal and they did, and they had me do a lot of things to get to that point of hearing, but I was able to heal without surgery and I'm so so grateful for that. That's incredible. After I healed, they asked me, would I do this? I and I said, yes, but I don't know how, and it was a clear clear message which I had written down, say, do a lot of automatic writing and they said, don't worry about the how do not worry about the how, and then came the teacher and then came the process, which brings me to another question kind of like, do you feel that anybody is able to develop that connection with the angels do what you do? But kind of like similar with medium ship where I feel like deep down on a subconscious level. We all that in Nate ability, just comes stronger more naturally for some people than others. Others you really have to put in time and energy and and really put in that that that focus and commitment and fine tune it and strengthen it like a muscle. Yes. I think that everyone has. I know that everyone has angels on anyone can connect with their jobs on. I always tell everyone that you don't need to connect with your angles. I usually just spark it, but then comes. You know, do you want to do this foot? Like is this your calling or d. Anna Ginette for yourself and from loved ones? Or do you want to do this in commit to doing this for others? And then you has more training. I mean, I became an angel ministers well, which just took everything to a deeper level and connected more and you know, the higher consciousness learn to raise my frequency, learn to, you know, all these beautiful things that have been when we connect with the angels. But you know, I could sit down anyone and teach them how to begin their connections, yes. But then we go from there to the level of our connection in whether it's our calling to do this time in for me. It was in again, everything happens synchronous. I too, because a lot of people ask me, what's the difference between an angel reading a medium ship reading or last me when I tell them how great you are like, wait, but what is like? Can she connect to my loved ones and spirit? Can you talk a little bit about the difference. Actually, I know, but I kinda want you from the perspective of the angel side of things to kind of explain it a little bit further as as far as distinguishing difference chew or so the, it's all about the frequency. So the angels see us with frequency. We're all vibrating and snow as we connect to the other side and what doesn't meet the I sometimes, but we're connecting the angels are at a higher frequency than the deceased looked once. That's just the different just like radio station, different frequencies. And so, Yep, I'm connecting with the in Djelic frequency and you're connecting with the deceased frequency. But I really do believe that you also connect with the angels this well, I can act with the angels. And I mean, you can with the angels all the time. And so I've been connecting with the deceased now not directly though. Necked with the deceased angels. So I'm not a medium not doing that ticket type of work. I do the angels, but every once in a while, a deceased of one of the person I'm talking to just wants to come through, so they're angels will come through for me. And so I'm not talking directly to the deceased, but I am talking to their angels. So sometimes that can happen in for me kind of flip side. I feel like sometimes I get collective or I get messages that are collectively from somebody's whole spirit team. So not just there to see sloven, but it's coming from their guides their age Bill. So I'm really, I'm like, who's this coming from it? And a lot of times it could be coming from their angels or their guides, and not always specifically their mom and spirit or their dad. And and like you said, I feel very connected, the angels and my angel cards, and I use them a little bit more so for me in the friends and my followers full cards and stuff. But as far as I think distinguishing. Being to sometimes, like you were saying is really wears the calling. Where's that? That part where my heart feels most drawn to and for you, you feel very drawn and your purposes to work so much with the angels. Whereas for me, I feel so drawn and my my purpose is the medium ship in working with people's love, wins in spirit. So just they work off of, they know that we're meant to be dealing in who were meant to be connecting to because that's also part of it. So I've been telling people like it's funny. So I have all these people who've been messaging me ever since I've given you some shout outs and told people about you, and to be honest for the longest time, I didn't want to because MRs selfish and I had to get past that and just remember about illnesses to help other people too. But I was like, I don't want everybody else to have her that I want to be too busy. I won't ever be getting. I was like, she's my secret. I was like, no, this is my angels told me, no, you're the share with everybody else, but, but really like I truly just I've, I been so blown away by not just your Bility's and your incredible connection to the angels and the readings in the messages I've gotten over the years. But the people that I've now kind of referred to you, they send me these messages be. And I've told you this if you times, but I just can't get over. It's crazy thing literally, like the words that they have to share about you like a brings me like, brings tears my eyes. Sometimes I get chills. It is show beautiful. They say time and time again, like Monica, you don't understand. Like I just had my angel session with the absolutely changed my life like I am. Right I, it was the most incredible thing I've been waiting for this. This is everything I needed like the things that they about you. I have one person say at. Single thing that was negative, every single person is blown away. So I'm just just so grateful to get to share you and share kinda just share that light in love with with more people. Because yeah, you're amazing. Angels are amazing. It's just so great. Well, thank you Monica in also I want you to know that no matter one. Even if it's in the middle of the night, I will. Two. Have to worry about me being because we can nurse though. Sweet. I love it. So I did want to just ask a couple more things before we go into some questions, then we're also if you're still open to maybe pull some cards that people can see what it's all about, get a little taste of of kind of just the process of just how you deliver messages from the angels. But before we go there, can you kind of walk me through a typical day for you? So I feel like you do like ten. I mean a million angel sessions a day. I don't know how you do it, but can you kind of walk me through your day like what's your process like before you connect to the angels do kinda cleanse your energy before every session, kind of what's your typical bay like? Okay. Well, I do have a daily practice because they think it's real important and you probably teach this in your classes to of keeping that connection with spirit, keeping the connection with the angels and. And I consider keeping the connection with creator because obviously the angels are extension of creator end. It doesn't matter our religions. Here we're not. It's not legitimate saw about spirituality, but it's beautiful and connecting with loved. So every day I do, I do have some daily practices that I do well, when I I have this huge. I of this huge rare occult my parable, so it's this really, really big glass thing. It's about I put my arms around it. Like in a big circle, it's probably two and a half feet tall. So every single person that I've done a session for go, their name goes in there in. Cool. In your names in the everyone's names in there. Everyone who has come to me their names in there. I tried to backtrack in take everybody's name from the past two since I started it. So what I do I is I probably around two in the morning. I recap. I don't require more than four hours sleep too often to AM. You start your day at two AM. Yeah, usually between two. I mean, it depends. I mean some days human on the sleep alseep, but hopefully for four. In the middle of the night. And so diverse thing I do. I just put. I just reach into the bulk. It's my head and I pull like, it depends. Sometimes it's two or three, and I just say prince for those people. You know, I just ask, beautiful watched over now that connect, and sometimes I'll send the person a text or just say, you know, if I have their phone number there, an industry m thinking of you or what everybody wait till. I try to wait until a decent hour to hitch send. But yeah, a couple of times I'm sorry if I sent it to the night because sometimes for me and I totally have to cut you off too, because the sounds let I feel like this happen last like not that long ago, maybe back in the fall that you had told me about pulling my name more than once or multiple days in a row. And I like it three me out because like the timing and. And will won't. We won't get into that, but because personal but you know what? I'm the timing of you reaching out to me and like telling me like the angels are thinking about you and I pulled your name more than once with my prayers. I was flabbergasted. Like I obviously believe the angels are around around me around us and like all that, but it just even for us, we love that. It's so nice to have that validation ads realm. It's, it's so great. It's after do that. Then then I, you know, finally, when I'm sometimes I'll throw back to sleep for a little while. But when I'm on the awake for the day, I spoke some cards for myself. So I have over twenty seven, beautiful cards. I just take a couple of decks post cards into a few messages for myself. And then I always have a new book and I say, what do you have to say to meet today? And I write of any messages that come in. It's automatic. I can't. You know that. People call it automatic writing. I just put my pen to the paper sometimes for anyone who wants to try this. If it I, you're not getting anything. Just do the figure eight with your pen. Just do the figure eight with your pen, you know, keep going going with fire and then all of a sudden it'll you'll start to right because you're giving permission. So when when I I start, I just asked am connecting with angels and saying, you know, for my best in highest full of light, please speak to me. And then I write and usually to message sometimes is telling me what to do to contact or what I need to focus on that kinda thing. And then I have a bowl of affirmations, and I always always pull anad for mation for the morning and the affirmations beautiful register few lines. But it's positive statements that I wanna start out day with, but usually whatever I pose like Mench for that day like it like it's just like. I don't get it going here and I was gonna to let me just pull one for you, but yet, hey, these are just I am statements that I had. I have two different ones in this one is I am statements of the picture and so many poulin fee right now. I says, I am imaginative, and they're wanting you to really tap into your imagination and utilize because by damage, creativity, some new things are coming for you that, yes, yes. Title I love. Yeah. So do they're just post pulled on affirmation and then the day starts, you know, usually on starting mice around nine AM. But sometimes earlier, it depends if I'm doing overseas Overseas International meetings. And so sometimes the receives people will start out start early here because they're five hours. Yeah, head in award more. But I, I have a lot of clients that England amazing. So there's a rod on the day. You know, undoing sessions with breaks in between a lovely assistant who does the scheduling, but I did wanna save ten everyone. If for those of you who are waiting, please please be patient because we will get back to everyone's just. Swamps. Now long waiting list. No, that's an I. I was sorry now, you one thing at the end of the day at the end of the day, I always right in my gratitude book. I write in my gratitude book what signs ice off throughout the day and went blessings I received because there's so many blessings doing these sessions. Some imen-. That said the same appraise going to bed. I love it. We actually, we have a lot of similar things that we do, which is an even things that I'm having. Also students do like the gratitude, journaling, the writing down what you've seen in the day, doing the positive vapin nations starting the day with what do I need to know some automatic writing things. The one thing I don't do that prayer thing where I pull a name, I probably I should start doing, but that's just the thing. The thing I wanna. Great. Just what a great way to share your energy incenting love to somebody who probably really needs it. So so cool. So and yes to the listeners who are also because I already know after they hear this, you're gonna get even more. It was just cute because for those of you who listening. So I just recently had done another thing where shared on my Instagram story and be text me the next day. She goes, Monica, woke up to four hundred fifty mess. Angel message. And I was like, oh my goodness. I to look bad. Like you're gonna be so book so far out. So yes. So if you guys don't hear from her right away, it's not that she's she's ignoring you. I promise she's not. She's not that person. She, she wants to help every every every single one of you just take some time. Yes, working. She called me at one point in that day. She's like, we have over five hundred Crespi a Mike. It's okay. We'll do it one percent of time, you know. Well, how about have you thought about having like an automatic scheduling calendar used to back when I used to do private readings. I had like a cool thing on my website that I could set up exactly what days I wanted to have it open on the schedule. I could schedule so that they could only book out for one or two months ahead of time. It did all Matic emailing when they signed up. They pay right through the site. I feel like that maybe says a message for you think we can make your life easier. Feel like feel like it doesn't have to be. This hard, right. Well, it we do need to get back to the people because it's it's all different every it's all so different regret people's needs are. So it's working out. We're going out. So just, yeah, just ask people just patients all Getty patient. Maybe one day you'll get up grade till like an automatic scheduling system where they can go on their own just for your assistant because I'm thinking about how much work she has. Gosh, could big. She has the angels on our side helping her, but I do have another question too, and I'm going to start to go through some of the listener questions to they sent in. So the big one too, and and I know it's kind of basic. A lot of people listening may not know the difference. Can you talk about the difference between archangels and guardian angels tour? Sure. So archangels are. They come and go as we need them, and we all can share these Arkhangelsk archangel Ruffy l. can be here and and it was sounds of other people all seem time there. And they're working with different functions to help us all the guardian angels are sewn assigned directly to our souls. So when our souls created, we are signed guardian angels. Those angels are never like mine are not your like snowflakes all. So you are guardian. Angels would be different than my guardian angel, but we all have them. And so the beauty is that we can connect soci-, you know, say someone were having difficulty in a relationship with someone else. They can ask for the Rangers and the other person angels to connect start to smooth things out. See each other's point of view the each us in so many different ways, but the the archangels work with the guardian angels. And so when I do a session, I'm connecting with both types apace. So I'm connecting with their argument, but also the archangel as they coming out in the beauty about the archangels, they all vibrate at different. Frequency. So they buy braid in two different colors. So there they all have different colors. And so when I closed my eyes, I'm connecting with a client than a color wouldn't the beginning. I invite the guardian angels in amniotic Asia and a particular color will come in or colors. That's how I know what archangels are here to all that is so cool. So cool to hear more about like your process of what you're really seeing in hearing and feeling sensing Azer connecting to the angels. And one thing that I think it might be important to distinguish for people who are listening who might might not already know is for most, I would say the majority of the guardian angels and archangels. They've never walked the earth's playing, correct. It's not like some people sometimes get confused where they think, oh my grandmother's my guardian angel, but you know, and it's not to say she's not watching over you, but let's missing wish. Kind of that difference between our loved ones watching. Over us, but really angels weren't living this lifetime in the physical sense here on earth creeks, right? That's different shows your guardian angels. They weren't. Humans can take it could get very complicated, explain it, but it can take a human to help you out of a situation or something like that quickly. You know examples of that. But the difference between guide in a guardian angel is like, spirit guides can be they all walked earth thing. Where human at some point, what would they were being and teachers or whether they were your grandmom, grim mother, you know children, okay, they can be your guides now. Usually when shield, when someone has lost a child and a child wants to come through with their Angels', they are to me anyway. They put the as joy guides wherever I got that too. Yeah, we're there from the other side is bringing joy. Oy chew the parents from the other side, but you know in, but they're angels are there with them. So when I'm connecting with them, the reason why I mostly to the children's because their frequencies are so high. Really haven't long, especially those who haven't want ears, you know, and you know, miscarriage, earn dependencies, Ingles -actly they're angels. So yeah, the difference being guides walk the earth before angles did not. And that brings me to another question from one of the people who submitted them do our angels in spirit guides worked together as a team? Yes, absolutely. Because the guides come and go as we need them just as the archangels coming, go as may need them, but the guardian angels never leave. So those guardian angels of the same for your entire existence of your soul. So your soul never earned. Infinite is. Those angels with you for insanity. So I have another question from a listener that says, does she see them outside of her own head? So I I'm assuming that you see them more stone. Your mind's eye clairvoyant like I see spirit. But do you ever see angel outside of yourself? I can see light around a license. I see light around a person. I don't see wings, although one time I did one one time I was sitting on my bed. It was dusk is around for it was in wintertime, it was like four, forty, five, almost. Five or something. I felt a touch a my hair and I look in the mirror saw behind me mazing angel wings and everything. John Tunney there that was bundle connecting Lewis person. I, if I look at them, I can see light around. Yeah, light and that's for sure. But a lot of seen in my mind size. Well, all of the colors in the archangels seen amazing. So another question, do our animals have angels to do? Our dogs have Ingles angels. They have angels begun. I don't believe they're assigned like I don't. I don't know this part of it too much yet. One. I'm see. Pets, you know, is he angels around them? The same around humans that were signed to them. So I think that the angels take care of them watch over them and we can call ages to be with them. But I'm not sure if they're signed specific angels and. Yeah, so interesting. And it brings me to another question that actually I had because I remembered from my very first angel message session for me from over five years ago, but you would explain to me how we all have at least two guardian angels. But some of us have more mum and you told me that I have four guardian angels at one in front of me behind me in on either side. Do you have an understanding as to why some of us do have more than others do think it's like I need an added protection or. You know, the common number like everyone has at least two on. Sometimes we'll have more in what I've noticed throughout the years. This is not anything I was taught, or you know, by teacher like that. But what I've noticed the us as people in service such as healers practitioners, messengers, they, they have usually have more than two. It goes always be the case, but it often it's in people who have five or six inches usually really, like really devoted their lives to serving exactly not always, but that's what I noticed a lot in a non. Yeah, usually vic- like five or six person like you nurse, are you doctor you a leader or healer or something like that? Because usually that's what it means, but not always, it's it. I don't know that mystery. All I know is they got him around them exac. That's amazing. So another question. So I talk about signs from spirit all the time and four forty four. Just like you is become a time right now. Right, right. Around yell at six. Four four is the four, forty, four. I mean, it's so if it's crazy bringing up writer right then, but it's amazing how like that has really become like soon. Now I have the tattoo behind my ear. That's four, four, four, and like I see it all day every day on the license plates on on the receipts. When I go to go get launched on the, I mean on the billboard everywhere I go. I see it. So for me, I take it as a sign from from the angels. I know it is a very angelic number. I take it as sign from the angels that I'm on the right path that everything's gonna be okay. I always see it on a day that I'm particularly stressed or nervous about something. I'll get it more, but I also take it as a sign for spirit. So for me, it's like a double meaning. But for other people, they wanna know kind of water common science from angels and how how do you distinguish it from assigns from your loved one in spirit versus sign from angels. Well, definitely the when they angels do show for link was, and that's so cool. You just hit it and it will. No, I didn't even realize. I know it was my time before your time. Yeah, that's cool. That's cool while this, but the angels will show us oftentimes feathers coins. They they can show us the numbers. You know, in the repeats, you know, they're pan like the full two to three five. The greatest book I could ever suggest getting Tandy one is angel numbers, wanna one because then you can look up your numbers yourself Anez you especially repetitive ones because just come through a petition and I have the angel numbers app. They even have the iphone app. Yeah. But unfortunately, the one that I had, they didn't upkeep it. So now we, you know, the more I know it's a bummer so they haven't updated it. So I think we I had to go back to the book, but but but mainly, you know, some of the same set, some of the signs can be the same. So we just have like, is this if you're not connecting with disease loved one of course, and you're saying, you know, you getting assign a like a cardinal every time you're think of your grandmom than that. From the ages around her your grandmom and allowing her to be able to send that signed to you. You know, it's not the deceased take. They don't become the bird. There said a Senate to you end it to you cake. Gherman and I'm like, the bird isn't grim, but you're grandmom's angels end her own entity probably as ADL to send in cross your path knowing you right there and they wanna give you that time. So exactly. It's funny, I, I have to explain that to people to it's not like your mom's flap in the butter slice of. She gets washed like, she's someone's happened because people are so worried she can. They can manipulate the energy to send to you as yet. I'm in that. Hello and I tell people to, it's like, if you're confused, is that from my angels is that for my spirit guides is that for my loved ones you can like you said you, you can ask, but you all to start say you don't get any sites ask for particular sign VM it'd be from angels versus when you want to hear from your dad or knowing he's around, ask him specifically, send you. I don't know pennies Manasseh angel specifically sends you double members or repeating numbers. So I completely agree on all of that. It's just amazing. How apparent an once you become more aware of just how much the angels can get your tension and send you those little signs. You start to see them everywhere they dot. It's actually enchanting because it is the angels being. They're really, they're extensions of God, and they want us to be happy. They want us to be enjoyed. Even we have a loved one. They want us to know that Pam decided to into eventually, you know, enjoy that the there without still in spirit. And so just find like, did you ever think you were going to smile when you saw force in a row? I mean the get any four, four. Some of those than me a text. It one of you know, exactly. And it's just that they're, it makes us smile. I never thought it's so beautiful bile, and I saw four on a license plate or something, but just when you needed the most, as you mentioned moment, like near makes your whole day. When you're feeling a little down on your needing an extra support, that's when they show it to you. Like it's just the way that it goes. It's amazing school. One thing that I need to always say explain and I'm sure many of your listeners have already heard it, but we must ask in what for the angels to help you read my mind. That was weird. That was like, I was about ask you, can we talk about how you have to ask? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, because we have free will in that's the law of three will. The angels are not allowed. They're not allowed to step in without us asking unless it's like threatening is the exception to the rule. If you're ever in a lead threatening situation in it is not our time to cross. Those are guardian angels. Keep us here without a separate asking. That's their job. They're guarding us a pay being the guardians of our soul. If the soul is if it's not the time for the soul transition than those. Awesome. Angels are here to keep us here whether we ask or not. But other than that, we need to ask Marie ask, we give them permission to step in and start the ball rolling in the direction we want to go with something in. So how does it work? If you were going to ask your angels to help you with something in a relationship or with a friendship like Kazan if they don't have if that other person hasn't asked very like, how, how does it work when other people are involved like the angels workup and team up and work with each other? If they don't have the permission from the other person's they can start, they can start the energies ruling another direction. Okay. Ruin your volving more than one person. Of course, the other person's frequencies gotta be the same, but that's what this is all about. Okay. So our reconsider is we're at role, vibration frequency. What we want to bring into our lives is also vibrating at a frequency, whether it is a physical thing, or relationship or healing, or studying something or attaining making a move or doing whatever you needs to. Okay, that's at a frequency. So when we raise our frequency to that of what we want, we we match when see. It happens. It's like tuning into a radio. Okay, exactly. So the important thing about it for us to do is to ask the angels, please start to reserve frequency to that of what we're wanting in. You can be specific. You gotta be specific. I always always think it would be really funny if you were sitting at a restaurant on in, you wanted to order Sepah, but you didn't order. So you just gonna sit there all day. Right? So funny, that's great place. You order. And then I always say or better because some needles launched to, we don't want like pigeonhole or or. Reduced what could be we wanted to or better. So that if the agency better a better result than what we had thought, then that's what we want. Soc- we're gonna get what we think, but we're going to get what's best for us because they see the whole picture even though. At that time you might think, oh, that was disappointing so that and then you realize later God that didn't happen because I wouldn't be where I am now. You know, it's always exactly it's like they see the bigger picture. So even feel like what I asked my angels for XYZ and it didn't happen. We'll maybe they know that it's not supposed to happen right now. Not supposed to have all the answers right now. You're supposed to go through that that you know, maybe crappy boyfriend as a learning in or go through that job to grow and learn from and that Kanus thing. So it's all still part of our soul contracts to what we're henna going through. So I think the angels probably only have so much ability to also change things that we've also set up or agreed to go through before we were even born his, we can change because we have free will, but also do temp on seven villages thought about healings. We'll say to me, will I? I asked my grandmom to heal and she didn't. She passed. Yeah, she healed on the other side when we asked healing, if it's meant to be, it could be on earth. That's what we want. Of course, we want that recur have the person stay longer, but if it is that person's time to transition, they're gonna, heal instantaneously on the other side are prayer is always gonna be answered it. Absolutely be Matt side. So that's another thing that right point. You know yet point that I just thought of that prolonged that put it in my head. Yeah, of course because someone's father thinking as they're going to be listening to this. So with one last question before we can connect to the angels a bit. This question is how should someone prepare before they go into a reading or an angel message session? Should they ask their angels to come through? Should they meditate, listen to music? Where something specifically, should they be around water. Do yoga, like, what can I do to help my connection beforehand before message session, you don't really have to do anything, but just come with an open mind. The most important thing is to have an open mind when you're sitting down because closed mind is going to allow us to to open up to the side, but as long as you can be skeptic, I mean, that's okay. But you want to you want to have a little open mind so that we can allow the angel messages to make. But in. Answer to just how choline razor frequency in connection angels when you're not going for an angel session. Lee meditation is so important music up loose in protects you. It not only protects you heightened your frequency attain what you're wanting to helps you manifest and how she connect with the angels water, a huge connection. Angel angels come through on oxygen molecules and is oxygen in water. So young, you have water around you, whether it's a water fountain or being by water. This a huge connection in Nope into people in the shout. When you take some people get if they're music writers or artists, they getting the most wonderful ideas on the shower because that okay, so the water is highly wonderful for all that any? Yes. If you wanna do all that for you have a session than even better. 'cause it opens you up more, but you don't even more amazing as buddy too. 'cause I always joke like the showers like spirits telephone booth. They I'm with spirit to they love love like the water. Is just being a connector. It is very strong, whether it's angel spirit, guys, you can. I feel like you intuitively more open and able to receipt, which is so cool. So those are all the questions. Thank you for answering all those. I wanna grab one of my own angel card decks to while you while you pull cards, I might pull cartoon. Let me grab my my decks to me sick. I'm back. Sorry, drop something that was not love noise, but I will let you do your thing. I just I just wanted to have it because you know how I get funny about like, oh my God, I almost like extra validations. I might pull a cart is extra Dacian at some point. That's good. Okay. So do you want me to connect with your angels or just give you like a little mini, whatever they wanna say, I would love to connect and pull some cards. I think that would be awesome. Always edit out anything that's privates. Don't have Solters. Okay. We have though, is my concern and yes, I'll do it on a mini basis, but just to let people know that when they do come to me, procession is one hundred percent confidential. And of course we're keeping it that way. It may become personal, but I'm not. I'm not prying into someone's business only receiving the messages that's going to help you so you know, but can be opener closed, but the more open you are the more we can get to the bottom of things. I'm just saying this general for people you have corner. So actually before I began to talk to tonight, I actually asked what archangels coming through for you and the aging that came through was Rog. You'll. L. RA g. e. l. a. MRs this archangel the angel of relationship harmony harmony in general, but also clear sentence how open us up in really work on that that clear are you? Do you find that clear sentences like one of your, it's my strongest clear sentence, but is it clear sentence. Tomato tomato, right? I wish it clear sentence. So the that angel, rocky real is your sentences so strong that Rogge ios always hit to help keep it clear and keep it like open, keep it. You know how sometimes it might somedays might feel a little more. I call it money than others is just as we have a lot of personal stuff going on. We'll be like like declutter or be able to set aside that when you really focusing on connecting. Absolutely. So the beauty inist angels also, I wanna tell you little bit regulars pale blue. The color was pale blue, but the the stone is associated Ruggerio's aquamarine. Nice. Yeah, but, but anyway, when I closed my house sitting here waiting wasn't planned, but I was sitting here waiting. I tonight and I said, all right. Well. I'll just ask what are candles heated for her tonight. So that was the first one that chain in for you. But let me just close my eyes down. See what other archangels around the ask. And this is what we do in a natural session is on saying now or Monica's angels in mind to connect so that I may receive messages her best and highest good on. So asking what arcangelo excused for her and the other Caja let's stepping in is said, keel. Zad kills the teaching learning. Hundred mention that you're gonna be doing your classes or been doing it? Yeah, of course you're in that teaching role bit, but also learn and Suzanne kill right now is talking about noticing loving guidance that you're hearing inside of your mind because that that guidance is humming right now you to help guide you on what's next and remember United's pulled. I m imaginative. That was the one that old for you noticed hobby. She said I created, but they were the really, really showing me here that you're gonna tap into your imagination more more more at come up with the most creative ways for your students to learn or for you to treat and and go forth with something else. It just tell me new ideas of brewing new things are calming, and whenever you can utilize that imagination to sit down and even right, because they're saying that there's another stepping in. Tandem, and that's Gabriel. And Gabriel always works with you on communication writing. So. Working on one point you're working on a book. On that for four or five years now, but I do the same thing I do if it's always it's always on my mind on my mind and it's something that I really like. I find most have been talking about doing a course for frigging four, five years, and I felt so good to finally be like, I've can check off my list. Finally, launched course, I've done it and I'm going to teach it again in October. Now creating the next level, I'm so proud of myself. I finally did it, but now I want the same for my book wanted not just talk about it. I want actually finish it want to get it done this. Yes, what that's what these angels are doing now is they're saying, we're here for you. We're going to propel you for it, but try to drop the need to control it because it does. It comes to and you need to do prime divine time even if it's just briefly like twenty minutes here, whatever that is needed. To spend on that point. But they're also showing me as you're starting this as you mentioned the part to replace this is a lot of your this imaginative thing's gonna come in where they're gonna show you things that nobody you're gonna teach it in a way that no one has ever taught it. They're just saying that they're going to give you ways to utilize your skills and abilities, but to help others make it simple like simple but creative at the same time. Yeah, that by doing this, it peaks their interest a keeps them ready to be moving forward in their direction. But it also sparks some kind of excitement within you to see them learning in these new ways. So you're going to like that. I think I just got chills because, okay, so yesterday I was I been really like meditating and thinking and and really reflecting on like how I wanna present and like the format of how I want to do this like level two or partout. And I kept getting this really strong intuitive feeling like different than the exact format that I. I did for level one because I could do it the same way with the same course player in the same format. But I was like, no, it has to be completely different fresh, a new perspective, anew, like format. So so yes. Yeah. And don't worry just like they told me years ago. Don't worry about they're saying, just just kind of let the creativity flow and your magic flow in. They're gonna speak right through that case, Inzaghi going to work in tandem with you on that one. Now they're shifting talking fast because I know I wanna get in chicken, but they are asking me to go to the nature angel sex for a minute which saying, you know, it's very, very important for you just as it is reloaded people right now is to connect with the outdoors, especially while we can where it's nice out and stuff like that yet, but I wanna see what the nature have state the nature of the closest to Earth Day. See our material needs more than the other angels in their able to help us manifest apparent yet. I just wanna see. They're asking me to pull four cards. Okay. So when I pull cards face down, okay, I always put him face down. I start to talk to you than one at a time. I'll turn them over. Usually I go left to right, but sometimes they'll say. Pull the one on the furthest, right? The one in the middle of things, AME. Put him in cross form or circle. It just depends on how they want it to be. So right now I'm just gonna pro from the left. Okay. So the first one I pulled me summer under saying that in these summer months right now, pay everything asking for coming to is coming becoming yours in the summertime. So Yep, being personal life, they're saying that you sort of wanted in hopes for happening are starting to occur. You're gonna see more more throughout the summer months. That's what they're showing. Yes, they're saying to that, don't forget to ask. Okay. 'cause they say as we just talked about that they were here for you, you don't have to do anything alone to please ask is nothing too small or too big to ask about being the? I just turned to another car Dover as talking to turn the next card over in. It says easy. Does it in the same. Don't try so hard to control everything. All the doors are going to open free. But when you when the control factors, there's so much. Sometimes it actually slows the process as you know, and. And just like take away that need to control every single issue. I have always stems back to need to control. And it's just like this thing I, I been working on this for a long time, and it's the root of every single thing that I do it, but they're not pointing fingers scolding. You. That you got? No, it's just remind, yeah, this is not a flaw. They're not pointing to plow what they're doing as seeing how they can help you. So the all right. So you take something in. We don't have to discuss what it is now. But what it is that you're really wanting to come to fruition and you think, are I wanna buy? What am I doing maybe to try to hard like? 'cause sometimes that can happen in. Where is there fear in there? Is there something that might crop up every time I think of doing this particular thing or having this thing? Yeah. And then the fears there. So I'm gonna give you something now a couple of people listening right now or when they listen is gonna. They had just recently had sessions with me, and so I shared this with them because it share it with people who have that -bility to visualize endangers gaming. This just. Like six weeks ago. So a way for us to turn worries or fears or just pulled one card at, it's there's nothing to worry about. I remind full-body I've picked a single card, and I just heard on card, and you said there's no fears or worries, and I literally just pulled. There's nothing to worry about. I am being out. Sorry goes, I love that you're bringing the court, you're having. I just, I just knew that like that would be a double connection. Sorry, continue. Give me their little exercises just gave me and it really helped. So visualize holding cookie jar. No, I'm calling this the. I'm gonna put this in my next book. It's called the cookie jar effect because this educate me. It's so cool visualize holding cookie jar round, almost like a pumpkin size with the yard on it. Okay. And it's white ceramic round holding right now. It's kinda heavy. Okay. Now it's going to get a little heavier. I forget slider. Take off the lid, and you're gonna put your worries in now. It's not just worries. It's fears, anxieties, tension, stress, shame, blame whatever the heck it is. Okay. You just put it in. You don't have to crop up things that you go into the deep pages, put it in. Now, if it deep pain or there is something blocking or theories worry that comes to my definitely put it in. And yet anything that comes to mind clump it all again, it just depends on where you're at where someone said, okay, so we're gonna put that in with the put the lid back on now think to yourself, I'm handing this to my angels that we may have you personally have four. Okay. So yeah, to one of your agents and they're going to pass it around you around around you around you around you. Now two things are happening. They showed me this. It's so awesome. One is the creating of checks fight around you. It's like a protection light, but the other thing is everything within the teacher is being dissolved in a love Zalm into light, the very light that spark miracles. That's what they told me for years. Turn your worries, fears, frustrations, anger tension, stress guilt over to us. We will transmuted into light of very light that sparks miracles not just any might which is lovely in itself, but the very light, it's going to speed up your, okay. So now what are they doing? They're gonna hand. It back to you, but you're not holding heavy Jeremy more. You only holding the lightest of latest ball of light. It's brilliant. Okay, big. It's the same force of propulsion, but it is not negative anymore. It's positive. It's this no fear. It's all love. And now where are you going to put that within your own body? Do you need it in a physical way? Do you need it like is just system off or genius needed in your heart for healing, or do you see what I mean do for like mine Cardi. So one day if you do this every night before you go to bed one day, you might just put it right in the might in might put it over, you just, okay. Now it's going to go through my all my shoppers in the line. Me whatever you need for that date doing that night yet. Then you feel like this amazing, new lightness. Okay, it it. It has helped me personally, and that was something that I was given an amazing. Matt. Great. Great. Yeah. So as they send this easy, does it, they were telling me share that with her now because this is so if there's something that is just like eating at you or south is, is the fear in it, put that in the jar handed to them, then they're going to remove all that. And what comes what's before you is the courage and the ability in creep nudity. In the imagination a give birth to do it. Amazing, love it. Yeah. Okay. So the next part that's here's be yourself. Noticed so so important for you? Monica to always just be who you are. Don't worry about pleasing everyone because can't always do that anyway. Just really important right now. And then they're also showing talking to me about, there's telling me that flowers would benefit you right now. So if you can get like a book Aero's is just to bring into your house, keep him by you when the roses Joop then take up them. The heads of float them. And then one that died stops, then just take them out, dry them and put them in a bag with some oil on them, you get to utilize or put them in your bathtub. They're telling me that right now for you. The flowers are going to raise your frequency to that something that you're wanting to do, and it will be helped by the roses. Akeso get the roses. Yep. So would that they asked me go the healing with it angel stack, so I'm gonna do that, but they're soon approached three cards. So there face down announced in Opole when it's over. So the for this first one is this is so funny. So insists focus, right? Lap the angels roses. Can you believe. I know, but they're saying, I don't know if there's something that you're kind of wanting to focus on or losing focus. I am not sure what this is for you, but they're saying when you take the word focus, what are you wanted to do with that word right now? What does it mean to you? Just like with with work with work. I think it's maybe focus on a specific goal or project that I wanna do next and not I'm my problem is always juggling like ten different ideas and not being able to focus on one. All right. So this is when you said that archangel Michael came in and mmediately renew said that and archangel, Michael was seen to focus on your targeted intention okay up. And there's actually a card that in the archangel Michael debt called that, but I'm not using the that. Yeah, and but they're mentioning the so that one step at a time here, one thing at a time. Right? And sometimes it just gets so of a woman that you feel paralyzed because it's so so many things says he's my life. Right? So they said, in those cases for you right now. Instead of like this so much. Okay. And you're going to get back on track to one thing in time, but I mean you wanna feel so if you feeling at first and you give that to the angels like, okay, member, we're going to order place order. So one place your order to how you wanna feel piece today? I wanna feel free, like maybe off on, I want to feel see whatever it is that you wanna feel. Okay. You wanna put it out there in that and that we are going to line it up the day of, is it a day of really just focusing on my work in producing, or is that I need to to go be outside. Okay. This is what they're gonna do by helping you is like the hope you focus, but some days is focus is different than another and they want you to know that Variety's. Okay. It doesn't have to be all work and no play. Maybe we need to have that balance. Yes. Okay. And the other thing they're saying is trust. I pulled the work chess beloved. In the trust piece you guys for you right now is trust egos freedom. They told me this on, I think I should that with you along time ago yet. Remember it was forty four on the clock and they woke me equal sign freedom. They I said, what he was freedom. They said trust dare saying to you, trust in divine plant. As we spoke earlier, just generally name of saying, sometimes we weren't isn't really what's meant to be. And so they're just saying, trust, trust in the divine plan, turn it over a them are going to take control. It's not to say that you don't take. Actions yet they're going to help you should that you don't get bogged down if you do that cookie jar thing, and you do these other things stay right now you're going to be flying in your. Yeah, they're showing that. And then they said, oh my God, you can't believe what I just pulled freedom multiple. Say, trust equals freedom. I know I believe you over I, I'll take a picture right after we were going to do the vision. I know the WI fi was not. I, I know this is every session every time we. I love it freedoms right there, and I just love that. But that's what they're showing me for us. Your. So there's a part of you just a needs to be free, visit yard that needs to be free. And that's why they're saying easy, does it, and so in anything that you do, you can be hard on yourself. Sometimes I think almost like a lot like the harden yourself saying, don't be hard on yourself right now you doing the best you can with everything going on in your life. So just that trust freedom is huge. I mean, that's so cool game like, that's amazing. That is a mazing. Oh my God. But they're also saying that right now for you. They want you to focus on like healing, so you've been critical stuff going on. I, I don't have anything like. New guess I have like the same chronic neck and shoulder pain that I've been dealing with for years. Raphael rap yield stepped in in the way I know Rocco's his green one like Cobra green cards. They're all face down except for the first one in the person was hydration. Don't forget the hydration pieces important now you already hydrate, but they say, make sure you blessed the water. So important a bushel water. Okay. I didn't know that something something probably knew that I haven't said to you. But yeah, they wanna say now is yeah, should when you put when you have a bottle of water or you have a glass of water, whatever, whatever you're drinking from. That water and stay to the angels, angels Cleese infused this water with whatever you want. So yeah. Now, you and I both lost a lot of weight. Yeah, I hit the seventy four pound Mark all my God. Congratulations in. But the way I did that was a higher team of angels. Okay. I asked for team disability called hiring heavens by Jean Slater, but I I use that deck, the archangel deck. Okay. Pool. Pooled five cards in ask, goes angels to help me with that process was over two years ago, but then hold me to do this infused my water. So you can infuse you Jehanzeb with the water new feet infusion water with whatever you want because the water only water, not coffee or in be changed, structural. Fusion, water, eleven light. You future water with healing. You can fuse your water with mine Cardi that day. So we I agree day for that time when I was losing the weight will and I'm not saying, I mean, you already have that part down, but what would what you need them giving you this example, as I am fused with angels, please infused the swatter with my ability to say yes to the food and drink that serves me and no to that, which doesn't. It will any diet pill I could ever take an. I think they wanted me to say that too because anyone who's listening who is in that place where they really do want to try to listen, wait, try that. Yeah, that's awesome. Yeah. But for you to say, don't forget to choose what you need, maybe you need patients one day or one afternoon, maybe you're just you're just frustrated you just like, you know what? What I just need I need and so you wanted to impeach your water. That's awesome. Yeah, it's really great. And then the other one they're saying. I got the recovery piece in recovery card. What that means is, did you could pull through like this pain in the neck, early the neck and shoulders, whatever at were through this on, but maybe as you're doing that cookie jar thing? Yeah, whatever could be lying in that week area is gonna earned over and removed. And the other thing you can do is go into that area and tribe just as you would saying, what do you have to say to me to that part of your body and say, what do you have to say? To me, that's how I healed from the brain tumors. The angels told me go to the tumor and ask for a message. So I it after I got the message, they said now say, thank you. You don't need. I don't need you anymore. I don't need this pain. I don't need this tumor. Art of the elimination of it. You with any thing as physically ailing you. If you go into that part of your body in ask, it's gonna. They're gonna, you know, help you love that. Other thing they're saying is home help. Did you just move right? I pulled that card to have. I have such huge. Oh my God, my chills right now are freaking. Oh my God, that's crazy. I pulled freak. I literally looking at home help pulled cards and that is crazy. So yeah, I recently moved amendments that we both listen cards. Yeah. So this is good because it's validations he, this is just a way to see notation acquit. 'cause you make this up. Okay. I always say, we don't want. I'm doing reading someone right. We have we have our session. Yeah. Is that you know, I have a one thousand. I think we figured it out when one thousand one hundred and thirty seven cards, right? Yeah, for you and I to both pull home health out of all the cards, and there's only one home out of those one thousand cards. I mean this Razi. So what that means is the one. So you moved into your new place though, removed in, but I know what that that is that's referring to because I've been having a lot of anxiety associated with it, not being like, yeah, like still not being completely settled in like, don't get me wrong. We've come a long way, but I really we don't even have freaking blinds on the windows like like I just ordered that like it's gonna come, but there's still so much should do. And I have been feeling very overwhelmed. So I think that's like ask us for help like wall. I hope you remember easy. Does it so that that comes into play again with this case, like, all right. But the other thing is to to remember as we did with your other place where you were, we wanna connect with you home angel here. Have have we connected with the home angel, you're nucleus? No, I don't know. So. So you would want to show everyone muzzle tell you this too, that everyone knows is every moment Joel, as well as your guardian angels. Okay. Essay the guardian angels stay with you. The home angel is in the home in it never leaves home. So once the home is built that home angel takes residents there now a while, same home angel, but you might have a different name. The name is just human need. Okay. The family were there and leave the name gills in connected. They got McGee different name, but it's the same angel in the height home age. So you wanna connect with your home angel. Now what you can do that home angel to work with Michael to protect a course from every window every door. But then to bring anarchy in Tempe room from from this is to help you with the executive of the where. He's about getting anything done and get some things done that you haven't made like opening your time. Yeah. So with that, I mean and let you want you have any particular questions for our. Can I ask one question 'cause my sister begged me. She literally beg me. My younger sister's been doing a year abroad in London. Okay. And she has been praying and she said, ask your angels to ask mine, and I've been asking my angels if be has two seconds. Can sheep full one card for me? She wants to stay in London 'cause she's there for a year abroad for grad school. She she desperately wants to get a job there. She's so happy and nothing's coming through ish and she's like, do I go back to America like I don't know if I should give up. These just been trying so hard. She can. She pull one card for me so I would get in trouble. Ask that one thing pay. So your younger sisters? Nate. Dwayne. Ah, okay. All right. All right. Let me go. So again, again to be clear on this firm minute dangerous will never tell you what to do like seventy David because really has to come from within her, but she wants to so she she wants to as we talked about this earlier as she puts it out there in ask for my if it is for my best in highest good, bring things forward to allow me to stay here. Okay. It is for her best in highest something is gonna quick in before it's time to move back. That big if it isn't engy comes back here for a little while than is stepping stone piece. And then she goes back. I don't know yet. I'm going to be out bandies but but I do want the Roosen reason. We had that on vacation earlier and for many people who are gonna be listening, but a quickly give you an example, and you can give it to hers as yeah, we're wanted how so badly she wanted this house so belly and I knew she was going to, they said, you know, the with the moon is going to happen, but I, I don't know. So what I know that it's going to happen is it clearly showed me she's working to make that move. So she under house and she was like out cited and it didn't go through and she still upset and she called me and she's like, big a work. It's. You know, it's not working, I don't. Well, I hope set on listen, you have a right to feel feel your frustrations. You have rights feel upsetting people, please? No, they have a big plan for you and that house just not the right one, but there is much more to pump and. Ho can allow try. Two weeks later, she called me the house burned down. Oh my God yet. And if she had played made a contract on that home or that in. So it was not meant for her to deal with that burn. And so then she's like, oh my gosh, be like I am so grateful now I get it. I understand what it means when my best. Yeah. So if it if it is progressing highest stay long, it's meant to be than she will, but but she's got a put it out. This is the surrendering. This is yet rendering. Turn it over, and so I'm gonna pull to two cards. The first one I pull is ask your angels. The second card I polish, yes. So like most likely it's meant to be for here. But again, I'm not the final say in this. So this show me that I'm gonna I'm gonna reach you. So sometimes you know, from the yeah, hot if they want me to weed something out of the book I will. But otherwise I don't because he just speak. But in this case, they're saying, well, it's been written knowing that you were going to pull the Scott for her at this very moment because that's what is timing limited. Go there for a moment, and I'm going to look at the s. and I'm going to read what it says and it says in this there too. Yes, is yes. And then is yes, the next nation I pulled the, yes, with the explanation. All I love that. Okay. This is no need to sort through additional option you, you know what to do anymore. Ford. With your plans made the current choice for your personal growth and development. So she's there, and now she's going to ask the angels for her best in highest to bring it in. And I really feel like we should just quickly. I are team for her to find going to help our so join or if you're listening to. We're going to help you swine like what's meant to be there and for you because they're saying, yeah, so I'm going to tell me to five. So I'm gonna put five angels now is do competes than that supposed to be, but I'm supposed to five angel card that will give her the names of the archangels literally higher this team now. Okay. So Minniti that so one. To gang you so much. She's going to be so happy. You're welcome. Sweet. Okay. So the first one is jokes, he'll j. o. p. h. i. e. l. this, it's going to help her clear her space to get rid of the clutter in her mind or the wearing her mind. Remember the most. She worries about it the most. She's saying what she doesn't want the more you bring that in. So she's gonna focus orange. She does want. Okay. So what? What she doesn't want in? No it which he doesn't want to. She doesn't want me back to St.. She wants to stay at right at once. Okay. Now g needs to focus on what she wants rather than what she does want because ages don't see the don't say he is saying if she notices that, she's saying more more. I don't want this. I don't want that than what do you want? Be a turn it around. Okay. So what she does bogging about about getting into the clutter in the mind is much sh wants to stay there. Okay. If it's my best is good on hiring need as a teen to have a great through. Or something come from me to be able to stay here. Okay. All right. So that's the first one. Joe feel now Hani ELLs, the second angel eight in I e l. in Hani's the angel that's going to help her connect with sensitive vity and her Angie's emotions right now because she's extra sensitive because is worried about what's next in step. What in remember, teach radical jar thing they out show. Listen to this. You'll be able to listen to this Joanna and you'll be able to to to do that. Put all those worries the jar in your mind, pay and then handed over to your angels and they're gonna work Maples be. And then Michael is the nego- huge one aim to be on the team. But this is one that I really need to sort of read as well because it's about crystal clear intentions, her setting the intentions to do this or setting up really creating the targets. She can hit the bullseye. But if she doesn't know yet because she doesn't quite know, she knows will she knows what she studied? So she knows what the area issue at once, but, but then if she doesn't know exactly wish is gonna work. What do it? How does she wanna feel? So the crystal clear intentions, I want to tell her that as well. So I'm gonna just go here for a second. It says. Be clear about what you desire and focus upon it with unwavering faith. After praying for guidance, be bold enough to admit what you really desire know that you along with everyone else deserve the best of everything in always prosperity and abundance are God's wishes for everyone. You stake your claim on the share of the inheritance by forming a clear mental picture of your desires. That's exactly what they just said to focus on how and then it says, allow yourself to imagine that this desire has already manifested experience the emotional and physical feelings of your manifesto, desire. Don't worry how the desire will manifest. It's just when I started out to do this work, they said, don't worry about the how. I know she's on a timeframe because she could. But the thing is though that divine timings in play, if she had the lead for wall comeback own, that's the stepping stone then go back that may not happen. But it might if is that she has the goal by, but the answer's yes in the divine time she will be able to be there. Yeah. And then it's is allow was he allow yourself onc- oh, don't worry how desirable manifest the infinite creativity of the creative will bring it to you in very clever ways, simply follow any inner guidance to take steps to co. Create this vine desire in allow yourself to receive good as comes your way in talking here about Michael's aura saying it's Royal blue course in, but he's nearby. And when she sees that color or cobalt sparkles than she knows that the that angels by. So she sees is so funny. Every time I asked for Caja Mike, go to protect me on the road when I'm driving a blue car, blew signed something blue. It's so cool, but. Saying, if she carries his stone that drug presented by Michael. Delight s. u. g. a. t. so. But as she hopes that appear, she wears around her, it's going to help her channel the what she's needing in the form of the courage to move forward with her desires. And then the next angel is Rafael. Now her team is awesome so far I know it's great to you and Raphael's gonna help her like with healthy lifestyle, eating healthy. Remember as she's raising her frequency to that of working over there in staying over it's gotta match. Is tune out in that frequency in order for the reason frequency to that? She Scott be like focusing on her healthy, eating healthy life yet. Organic foods drinks. Maybe she can bless her water to all those when a helper to move into that. Okay. Because all it as matching the free. Last one is dead kill. Not staying came in for you. When we started, we started yet and then killed king. So zag kills in this case, teaching learning keeping knows the mind. She just learned all this stuff. Okay. Put it to you. So it's even on the cart, says, keep an open mind learn and then teach. So. Then she's gonna put it to use their Yep to now. Right. All right. So now we got the team, right? Yeah, say this and I'll say it like I'm talking to her Joanna, so now what we're gonna do is ask, all right. I'm gonna do this with you and I'm gonna ask Joe feel Honey l. Michael Rafeal kale. We ask you now to come forth work with your guardian angels work with Joanna's gardening, just to help for her best and highest good if it is for her best in high, you are staying in to help her find what's best per their helper. Bring the right opportunities helper to step into the other -tunities into let go the need controls that she can do it with these. All right. Thank you. Okay. That's amazing. Oh, I love it so much. All my God. You must be exhausted. I'm sorry to keep you so long. All thank you angels. Thank you so much. You're amazing. Every single time I see you. You've brought me so much just guidance and I know it's from the angels, but you are the messenger for them. So I just feel so much gratitude towards you for just the role that you've played in my life and every single thing like every move that I've had every relationship that I've had everything with my gifts in the projects that have been working on or thing with my health or thing with my family relationships or whatever it is that's going on the things that come through that particular angel session is so on point. I look back at my notes because I keep I always write down the notes from our angel sessions, and I found one just the other day actually. 'cause I've been going through a whole declutter thing. I've actually, it's been a big kind of goal of mine all year is like decluttering and I found old journal from Mike. Three years ago from an angel session and blows my mind even more Sieben just how much more some of those things connect looking back on it like they already could look back. You're like, oh my God like crazy. So yeah, thank you so so much. I'm just so filled with gratitude and I wanna make sure that we make. We give the listeners all the right info about where to find you. So where can you? Can you direct to your website? Do you have your Facebook page? I don't. I don't think you have Twitter, Instagram, but anything that you have, here's the time. Here's your plug witness, gracious. I'm so known computer literate in. I worked on word of mouth for so many years, but I do have little humble website. Let's see, angels, whispering, light dot com. You can find me on Facebook, gut, angels, whispering light. But like honestly, I probably posted less Tober something buying like it's okay if you want to go on the website, there's a place that if you want to do a session with me than you fill out the angel session section and my assistant will get that and then get back to you and just truly know that it's going to be a little while we haven't forgotten you in. It's okay if you haven't heard to send another reminder or whatever and and will happen in divine time. That's what I say because it dies. One girl. I just did a reading. You know, if you're listening, she was scheduled for sometime ember just, yeah, it was an opening or cancellation. It was perfect timing her. We could do it last minute. So if you said something out in further out. Than just tell them, you're okay with a last minute change in that way. If we do have something change where I can open up another day or whatever, then I'll do that. Well, thank you so much. Again, thank you for sharing so much. Amazing inciteful information, just the process and answering questions, and you get some rest even though only sleep for four hours. I don't know how you do it. You'll probably be up in a couple of hours I wrong and can't wait to to chat again soon. Okay, bye love you. Bye bye. All right, everybody. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode. Again, you can learn more about the and her angel message sessions on her website at WWW dot angels, whispering light dot com. And for those of you interested in coming to see me in an upcoming live event or signing up for one of my courses or workshops or learning more about what I have going on, you can visit my website at WW. UW Monica, the medium dot com, and be sure to follow me on social media so that you don't miss out on any upcoming free reading giveaway opportunities. My Instagram at Monica, the medium Twitter is at Monica. The medium and Facebook is Facebook dot com. Slash Monica, the medium. 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Dying To Stop

Seven: Disturbing Chronicle Stories of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales

27:52 min | 8 months ago

Dying To Stop

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When you're traveling on a long road trip, a rest of can provide a much needed break and an opportunity to recharge your batteries unfortunately though because they are often situated in isolated locations where help is many miles away rest areas are not always the safest places in the world. Here are some cases involving travelers that have become victims in their own unsolved mystery. In Nineteen ninety-one, Gourd and Jackie mcallister an elderly couple from Lindsay Ontario decided to go on a road trip in their motorhome eventually stopping to spend the night at a remote rest stop near the town of Blind River shortly after midnight on June twenty eighth, the couple was awakened by knock on their door worn by an unidentified man claiming to be the police when the door was opened a long hair. Man Burst inside wielding a twenty two caliber rifle and twenty gauge shotgun. He demanded that the mcallister's handed over their valuables after they complied with his demands, the assailant opened fire Jackie was killed instantly, but the wounded Gourd managed to flee the motorhome Gourd hid under the motorhome for cover. But before the killer could find him another car pulled into the rest of it was driven by twenty nine year old. Brian Major who was immediately shot to death afterward, the gunman jumped into the van and fled the scene. Gord was able to make it to the road and flagged down a passing truck for help and eventually provided the police with a detailed description of the suspect the Cole case remain cold until nine, hundred, ninety, nine when DNA technology linked a former police officer named Ronald Glen West with the unsolved murders. Of to Toronto Women in Nineteen, seventy, there is some suspicion that West might also have been responsible for the murders of Jackie mcallister and Brian Major City live near blind river at the time and West wife once remarked that the composite sketch of the suspect resembled her husband in a week. However, the currently incarcerated West as never been linked conclusively to the blind. River rest stop murders which to this day remain. UNSOLVED? Next on May Fifteenth Seventy Nine, thirty, one year old nurse Jane. Snow left her home in Grand Rapids Michigan along with her two young sons aged eight and nine that evening Jane was driving northbound on seventy five when she decided to pull over at the lone lake rest area just outside of Gaylor. Jane. Headed for the ladies. Room while her sons used the men's room when Jane did not exit the Ladies Room, her sons decided to check inside. They were horrified to find their mothers murdered body on the floor. She had been stabbed twenty three times. The boys were able to flag down a passing motorists for help. But at no point, did they see their mothers killer? The same time a state trooper was driving southbound on seventy five and picked up a hitchhiker less than a half mile from the rest area. The trooper noticed some scratches on the man's hands. But he was unaware that the murder had occurred nearby. He soon dropped the hitchhiker off but took his name and his address. The suspect's name was John mcgaughey and he had an outstanding warrant for a bad check charge in Rhode. Island. Mugali was eventually picked up and question about Jane snows murder that night he had been at a bar in nearby. Indian river and a left in a rage after a fight with his wife when Meghauli was tracked down by police, he was wearing a shirt with bloodstains on. The subsequent task determined that the blood did not belong to Jane. Ultimately, there was not enough evidence to charge golly with the murder which continues to be unsolved for more than thirty five years. On April twenty, two, thousand, one, a couple named Curtis and Christina Mayor were found dead at a Collier County Florida rest stop in an apparent murder-suicide Curtis has shot Christina in the head before turning the gun on himself. The story however took a bizarre turn when a torn birth certificate belonging to a woman named Camilla. Hinson was found in the rest stops trash can Camilla's wallet and? Credit cards were also inside the mayor's vehicle eight days. Later, the partially burned decomposing body of Camilla Hinson was found in the desert outside of Reno Nevada Camilla had two daughters to Eurod Shayna and four month old Sasha, but the children were nowhere to be found Camilla originally held from Portland and had been planning to take her daughters to British Columbia, since Camilla was friends with Christina. Christina and Curtis would accompany the HINTON's on their trip on April fourth they all traveled to Sacramento. So Camilla could pick up her birth certificate the last time Camilla and her daughters were seen alive when they checked into a reading hotel, the following evening. However, it turned out that Curtis mayor was actually a fugitive named Frank whoring who was wanted in Missouri. For attempting to murder his former wife, it is theorized that the couple convinced Camilla to retrieve her birth certificate to us as documentation to cross the border but subsequently murdered Camilla so that Christina could steal her identity on April Ninth Pristine Use Camilla's birth certificate in Las Vegas to obtain a fraudulent identification card under Camilla's name, the whole thing ended with francs. But no one knows what actually happened to Camillus children, Shayna, and Sasha sadly, the couple took all the answers about the children's fate. To their graves. On June twenty, eight, two, thousand, four, a maintenance crew arrived to do some work at a rest area near interstate seventy outside of Wright. City Missouri. They were shocked to find a human female torso near the bottom of a small hillside. The torso was found in a remote section near a back entrance, which is normally sealed off by gate. However, the gate had been left open the previous evening. So the perpetrator likely used this entrance to driving to the rest area and dispose of the torso. It's estimated that the victim was twenty to forty five years old her head arms and legs were all removed and she was wearing a bra which appear to be too big for the unidentified woman's missing extremities were never recovered and exact cause of death for the victim could not be established either is likely that she was killed at another location approximately twelve hours before she was found. The torso appear to have separate scars from both a C. Section and an appendectomy marrow. Also, some stretch marks which seemed to indicate that the woman had been pregnant at some point she looked to be in very good shape, little body fat but she also had a noticeable kidney infection and some scarring on her ovaries. In spite of these intriguing clues, investigators have never been able to determine the identity of the woman or the person who dumped her at the rest area or come up with any answers about why her body was dismembered in such a brutal. Fashion. Next we have sixty seven year old. Dexter Stephanie. In the fall of nineteen, eighty, five, sixty, seven, year, old widower Dexter Stefanik, left his home in Wisconsin and traveled to Corbett Oregon for an extended stay with his son's family on October Eighteenth Dexter decided that he wanted to return home and left his sons residents for a lengthy drive back to Wisconsin. The following morning Dexter abandoned vehicle was found in the bad route rest area located approximately twenty one miles. Outside of Glen, Dive Montana the car had been doused with gasoline and set on fire but there were no signs of dexter anywhere four months later dexter is body was found in a remote dumping area about seventeen miles away. He had been beaten and shot twice in the back of the head investigators determined that Dexter probably stopped at the bad route rest area when he crossed paths approximately two hours before. Dexter burning car was found. The rest area's custodian arrived at the location. The only vehicle in the parking lot was as Chevrolet pickup truck but there was no one around shortly after as the Custodian was leaving, he noticed dexterous car pulling into the lot. It was driven by an unidentified man who climbed out carrying two cans of gasoline. This man likely torched dexterous vehicle before driving away in that pickup truck. Another puzzling aspect of this case is the fact that Dexter suitcase was found at a landfill alongside his body money was still inside the suitcase but dexter clothing was strewn everywhere and the condition of the calling seem to indicate that it wasn't planet there until months after the murder to this day, no one knows the identity of the mysterious man who murdered dexter staff nick or what his motives could possibly been. Lee Cutler. On October twentieth two thousand seventeen eighteen year old high school senior Lee Cutler was scheduled for noon shift at a clothing store in his hometown of Buffalo, Grove Illinois never showed up and he did not return home that night the following day lease car was found nearly two hundred miles away at a rest area near Barbu contin there was no sign of lean. But the vehicle contained an admission receipt from the Kettle Moran. State Park it was time stamped from the previous afternoon indicating that leave went there after leaving Buffalo Grove. But no one knows why he traveled to Barbu on the same day he disappeared Lee was captured on surveillance footage at Walmart purchasing some cold medicine and a bottle of pain medication this empty pill. Bottle along with several elise personal belongings was eventually recovered next to the bar boom river lease pants were submerged in water and they contain his wallet. ID, in carcase, however, a search of the Barbu River failed to turn Lee's body and since fallen trees had created an obstruction in the water, he cannot have flow very far a letter to lease mother was also. found. In which Lee road finally I'll get asleep raising fears about a possible suicide. This letter just happened to be inside a copy of the book into the wild which chronicled the story of delusion young man named Christopher mccandless mccandless perished after venturing out into the Alaskan wilderness and there is speculation that Lee might have followed his lead and met a similar fate. However, no trace elite cutler has ever been found executive your bell again in the summer of two thousand eleven executive Bala Again, a twenty, nine year old divorced father from Ponta sales. Belgium took his two young children on a camping trip in the mountainous region of France at approximately two am on July nineteenth executor and his children were traveling home when they decided to pull over at a rest area in the French Alps. Xavier went to use the rest room while a sleeping children remained in the vehicle. Shortly thereafter, an employee from the motorway operating company heard some gunshots as he passed by he investigated the rest area and found excavators body in front of one of the toilets he had been shot four times, but the killer was nowhere to be found at the time of the murder. There were several truck drivers parked at a rest area on the other side of the motorway they were question and tested for gunshot residue on their hands. But all of them came up negative executor had injuries on his hands with indicated. A struggle with his killer before his death, there are numerous theories about savers murder including that he was the victim of a contract killing or of a random failed carjacking one year. Later, a British tourist was ambushed and shot to death in his car on a remote road in the French Alps his wife and mother-in-law were also killed but the children survived the attack since the shootings occurred less than a hundred miles from each other this led to the speculation that both murders were committed by a tourist aiding serial killer. However, no definitive connection has ever been found between the two crimes which are both still. Unsolved. On the morning of January twenty fifth nineteen eighty-four Four, a nineteen sixty eight Chevrolet. Bel Air was found at a willow patch rest stop in White Pine County Vada the decomposing body of a white male estimated to be in his forties was in the front seat. The obvious cause of death was carbon monoxide poisoning as a rubber hose had been connected to the vehicle's. Exhaust. Pipe and ran through the passenger side window. The deceased victim carried no identification. But there was a suicide note which appeared to be written in a form of a prayer and was signed J. he also had two hundred one dollars and forty cents in his pocket, and the note requested that the money be donated to the Mormon Church, it appeared that the man had made A. Deliberate attempt to conceal his identity even though a lot of clothing was found in the vehicle, all of the tags had been removed. The car's license plate was missing, but there was a vehicle identification number however, all attempts to use the van to uncover any record of the BEL air came up empty the car's backseat was also missing, which seemed to indicate that the man had. been living in the vehicle. The most unique piece of evidence was a homemade electric component box in the glove compartment. It had Leeds connected to the starter and most likely a timing device used to automatically turn off vehicle even though investigators had plenty of clues to go on, they have never been able to find out anything about J. or is decision to take his own life. In the summer of Nineteen, eighty, five Jackie butte. Planning to make a cross country move from California to Massachusetts shall be accompanied by her nineteen year old son Davey. Lovely and his eighteen year old sister allison the family loaded all of their belongings into a moving truck. But David wanted to make the entire journey on his motorcycle while his mother and sister traveled in the truck. David followed closely behind them. Things went smoothly until they stop in Evanston, Wyoming on August the fifth. David. told his. Family that he needed to get some repairs done on his motorcycle but agreed to meet them at a nearby rest area when Jackie Alison arrived at the rest area. Later, that day David was not there even after they spent the entire night at the location. David never showed a the family soon, learn that David aren't received a phone call from according to David his motorcycle had broken down. So he pushed it to a truck stop in Fort Bridger. And encountered a rough looking man on a Harley Davidson even though Dave, it was initially afraid of him. The man actually wound up fixing the motorcycle. So David planned to rejoin his family. This would be the last anyone ever heard from him as later. David. Motorcycle was found on an isolated dirt road the keys in the ignition the tank was half full and the motorcycle appear to be in good condition David's knapsack and books were also found on the ground beside it other than the phone call to his aunt there has never been no confirmed sightings of David lovely after he separated from his family and he remains missing for more than thirty years. Father Rinaldo Riviera on the evening of August seventh nineteen eighty to a Catholic priest father. Renato Riviera, received a phone call at Saint Francis Cathedral and Santa Fe the caller said his name was Michel Camilo and that he immediately required the services of a priest to administer last rites to a dine individual. Carmelo claimed that he was calling from a rest stop near the town of Waldo and their father Rivera. Should meet him there Riviera complied with the callers request and left. Saint Francis. But this would be the last time. He was seen alive three days. Later, Father Riviera's body was found on a remote road approximately three miles from the rest stop he had been shot to death with heiress car was later found at another rest stop near the town of grants and the vehicle was white clean a physical evidence. The only thing taken from Riviera was his last rites kit and a check of the name Michael Cornelio came up empty. The motive for the crime is unknown and is unlikely that Father Riviera was specifically targeted as it was only by the complete chance there. Rivi era happened to be the one that answer the phone that night there is some speculation that Riviera's murder might be connected to the nineteen eighty-four. Disappearance of another Catholic priest Father John Kerrigan Father Kerrigan went missing shortly after being transferred to Ronan Montana amid allegations of child sexual abuse even though Kerrigan's body was never recovered, his car was found abandoned and there was a large amount of blood indicating foul play while no conclusive connection has been established between the two crimes. There are enough similarities to suggest that Father Riviera and Father Carrigan might have been murdered. By the same person while rest stops do provide the convenience of stopping to allow travelers to use the restroom stretch long legs and enjoy snack. These areas are often in unfamiliar and remote locations. So was important to be cautious and choose wisely because the rest stop can easily become. Your last. Thank you for listening to this edition of Seven. Make sure you subscribe on Apple podcast. So you never miss an episode I'm your host K town and I'll see you next time. On seven. I'm enrolling in Medicare soon and it had me a little confused. Then I found my healthpolicy dot com with my healthpolicy dot com. I can go online and compare Medicare advantage plans from some top rated national insurers including zero dollar monthly premium plants. I can learn about plans in my area it talked with a license insurance Asian if needed my healthpolicy dot com as me doing my research a whole lot easier my choice, my Medicare, my health policy, Dot com I'm enrolling in Medicare soon, and it had me a little confused. 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This Synagogue's Story Mirrors The History Of Jewish Migration Across Chicago

Curious City

14:57 min | 1 year ago

This Synagogue's Story Mirrors The History Of Jewish Migration Across Chicago

"This is curious city editor Alexandra. Solomon as my colleague Jesse. Dukes mentioned a couple of weeks ago. The curious city team has been trying to keep on top of your questions about the corona virus. And we've been doing things a little differently with the podcast but this week is Passover a holiday that many Jewish people here in Chicago. An around the world are celebrating right now. Passover recalls a particular moment in Jewish history the exodus of the ancient Israelites from slavery. In Egypt to freedom. So we thought it would be nice to bring you a story about the history of Chicago's Jewish community a story from our archive that explores the tension between assimilation and tradition. And what it means to overcome discrimination if you look closely at dozens of old buildings across Chicago you'll find symbols of Judaism stars of David or Hebrew letters etched into the walls but these buildings aren't Jewish Institutions. At least not anymore. I'm wbz producer. Jason Mark on this edition of curious city. We're answering a question. We got from Elias Salts about the history of Chicago's Jewish community. He wants to know where we're the largest Jewish neighborhoods. What were they like? And where did they go? The answer it turns out tells the story about the struggle between assimilation and maintaining traditions. How economic power changes community? And what it means to overcome discrimination. The first Jews came to Chicago from Germany soon after the city was founded in the eighteen thirties but the largest group of choose came from Eastern Europe in the eighteen eighties. And that's where this story begins now. We can't give you the whole brisket so we're going to break this down into Matzah ball sized package following the typical migration pattern of the eastern European Jewish community through the Lens of a single synagogue. That synagogue is key. Hilo Israel new socks afar or Kins. The Qin's congregation moved three different times. Mirroring the way. The community at large moved across the city to find out why I hook up with the man known as the dean of Jewish Chicago Research. My Name is Irving Cutler. I'm a retired professor of urban geography and the author of a number of books and the Chicago and I've given a lot of bus and both tours of the area. Cutler's being modest. The ninety five year old has written the definitive books on the Jews of Chicago is the founder of the Jewish historical society and has guided hundreds of tours. Across the city I meet Dr Cutler at the legendary Manny's coffee shop in Delhi. It's been serving up heaping blades. Jewish soul food for more than seventy five years. And it's right next to the neighborhood where KIPNES got its start. What was known as Maxwell Street at its peak? Around fifty thousand Eastern European Jews lived around Maxwell Street the area had already been home to Germans Bohemians and Irish so it was sort of a a used rundown neighbourhood. Wendy Jews Kane and it was very crowded area with a few recreation facilities Sometime buildings behind buildings in the backyard. So it wasn't the bested neighborhoods actually imagine crowded tenements peddlers with Pushcarts Hawking Food and wares in the street. Tiny shops with Yiddish signs. In the windows this was Maxwell Street and this was where Jews built a community through institutions. So they built the Chicago. Hebrew Institute of Community Center Hebrew schools Sort of a manual training school and they built these forty synagogues here. With one exception on the fringe which was reformed the others were all orthodox but most of them were very small. Many of them were in a rabbi's House and it became a vibrant community but by the nineteen twenties the peddlers and shopkeepers. Who worshipped at these? Small synagogues that became kipnes had saved enough to move out of the crowded conditions on Maxwell Street some headed to wicker Park Logan Square Buck town and even as far north as edgewater but the majority moves straight west to North Lonsdale affectionately known as the GPS or great west side. This neighborhood became the new home for Kim's. This is where my mom and her family grew. Up at the corner of spalding. In Lexington North Longdale may have only been a few miles west but the two and three flats wide boulevards and parks felt like a different world compared to the cramped dirty conditions on Maxwell Street and Douglas and Garfield Park had lagoons. You could rent rowboats for a quarter an hour. You can go ice skating There were ball fields there and hot summer nights before air-conditioning take your pillows and you'd go sleeping in these parks and you had no fear in those days. You had a lot of company there. I slept many a night in Douglas. Part by the Nineteen Thirties Law. Nail was known around. Chicago as little Jerusalem. Roosevelt road was the main commercial strip to give you a sense of how hopping it was. Here's some stats. There were twenty Jewish restaurants. Eleven kosher butcher shops eight Jewish bakeries six movie theaters and four Jewish bookstores. The Jewish People's Institute on Douglas Boulevard hosted thousands of folks every week with its classes. Jim Who Library Jewish Museum and a restaurant called blintzes during the summer. Jp even treated dancers to a live band on the roof. What Dr Cutler calls the original J. Date? And they built a whopping seventy synagogues in the neighborhood. Many of them incredibly large ornate. A few of them still remain. One of them was kipnes. It's now home to the Galilee Baptist Church. This was one of the nicer ones and this incidentally used to be known as the laundry man's synagogue because of the founders were laundry men. There is a synagogue. Further south few blocks Andrzej motto which was known as a carpenter men synagogue because many of the founders were carpenters the first thing I noticed when I walk into the sanctuary is a huge Jewish star above the pulpit and the hundreds of stars carved into the balcony and into the sides of the pews that. Fill the room sister. Mary Coleman gave us the tour. She's a petitioner who's worked there for fifteen years. We love coming here. We Love Our church and she let us in on an interesting twist of fate. This church came from Maxwell Street. They came to this particular location and nine hundred fifty eight but before that this church was located on Maxwell Street Fourteenth Street down around the Maxwell Street area so when the Jews left Maxwell Street Greater Galilee moved in and when the Jews left North Lauderdale Greater Galilee moved in again. But more than coincidence. It's a commentary on the city's Red lining practices those laws informal agreements. That said where Jews and blacks could and couldn't live Jewish chicagoans were able to break those barriers earlier than the black community. Is they gained more economic power and acceptance through assimilation but getting back to life and Jewish North Lauderdale? The neighborhood reached its apex of population and prosperity in the early nineteen forties. So if things were so good there why leave the movement out started after World War Two? The veterans came home. They had low interest loans to buy homes and one of the our backs of Longdale. Although it was a very nice neighborhood there were hardly any single family homes and the trend after World War Two was not only for Jews but other groups have a home of their own and areas. Were opening up that were restricted to the Jews before and you had expressways opening up the suburban areas so you started having the Jews moving out for people who weren't allowed to own land in the old country face quotas or outright denials of admission to many colleges and professions in America the combination of the Gi bill a booming economy and less restrictions against Jews proved too tempting by the mid nineteen fifties. Jewish north. Lauderdale was a memory and remember one of those questions we started with. Where do they go? The answer is they headed north. This time to Rogers Park and like Kinsey had done before the synagogue packed up its most sacred objects and followed the community it relocated to what we now call. West Rogers Park. It was almost as if Roosevelt road was picked up and dropped down onto von Avenue from high end clothing stores to fishmongers Jewish businesses crowded both sides of Devan all the way east of the lake. The whole neighborhood was suddenly in vibrantly. Jewish Rabbi Leonard Tankeea has led Kipnes for nearly a quarter century in the sixties in the afternoon Hebrew school. There were a thousand students. They had to learn in shifts because there wasn't enough space in the Hebrew school building like Maxwell Street in North Lauderdale. The heyday of Jewish Rogers Park lasted about thirty years. The population was solidly middle class and ritually diverse practicing the various denominations of Judaism from Orthodox to reform by the mid eighties. New Groups of immigrants primarily South Asians came to west Rogers Park in search of their American dream. Many Jewish kids who grew up there wandered their way to suburbs like Buffalo Grove northbrook and Deerfield and pockets of Jewish life can be found in other neighborhoods across Chicago but unlike our first two stops on this journey west Rogers Park still has a vibrant and growing Jewish community with forty synagogues. That's because a good number of people have either held onto or have rediscovered the Orthodox Judaism practiced by their great grandparents. When they first arrived on Maxwell Street walking around the neighborhood. You start to see people wearing a kind of uniform white shirts and black pants. Bearded men and velvet coat or skullcaps with their hair covered wearing ankle length. Skirts and long sleeves. Rabbi Anki says that for the Qin's community success includes being part of the larger world while reclaiming the Jewish practices that have often been set aside in the name of fitting in. I believe what really has kept? The Jewish people together are the traditions and the uniqueness of the Jewish people in of the Jewish faith and so the more we look to imitate others. The more we lose a part of WHO WE ARE. Metavsky says the way the neighborhood is now set up makes it possible for the community to follow these Orthodox Jewish traditions for example Orthodox Jews? Don't drive on the Sabbath so you need to be able to walk to the synagogue. There's also an Eruv a defined boundary that covers an entire area or neighborhood in this area. Religious Jews who are not supposed to carry anything during the Sabbath are able to carry items within this boundary. And that's why Metavsky believes that unlike Maxwell Street North Lauderdale the Jews living here in west Rogers Park are here to stay rabbi tank. He mentioned the importance of traditions in the Jewish community. And Passover which is the most celebrated holiday by American. Jews is steeped in traditions. Those in theory don't change and there's one that recalls the ten plagues which miraculously helped the ancient Jews leave Egypt. These ancient plagues include things like water turning to blood and locusts. And it's hard not to think about Kobe. Nineteen when we're calling this part of the Passover story so I decided to call up my own. Rabbi Seth Limor of Chicago Sinai Congregation to find out how he makes sense of all this Alexandra. I've been thinking about this question a lot. Jewish history has seen worse conditions for celebrating Passover and the current age of Kobe. Nineteen most recently eighty years ago during the Nazi regime. What's interesting about the Seder for all the ways tries to have experienced the exodus for ourselves is that the. Haga is not exclusively focused on our own suffering. We diminish the wine in our cups of joy taking out ten drops to commemorate the sufferings of the Egyptians during the ten plagues even when recalling our own story. We need to remain sensitive to the suffering of others to be reminded of our common humanity and thereby to rededicate ourselves to the common cause of repairing our world being reminded of this lesson during our corona virus. Sheltering in place should not only put the difficulty of our `isolation in perspective but also make us especially attentive to those vulnerable communities even more ravaged by Kovin than are we the lessons of Passover. Cry Out to be applied today to take care of the needs of the most vulnerable and all who suffered the effects of Corona virus. Disproportionately Curiousity is supported by the Cohen Family Foundation. Our Synagogue Story originally ran in twenty eighteen. Jason Mark was the reporter. Thanks to Elias Salts for the question that inspired it. I'm Alexander Solomon.

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Bad Medicine

Fame is a Bitch

25:05 min | 1 year ago

Bad Medicine

"From workhouse connect in. Aj Benza vein. he likes to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex tapes. CBS The guy. Put the cock in the peacock network. Okay Bitch Hey everybody. Aj Bentiu here for fame bitch. This is your daily unfiltered unfiltered podcasts. For January eighth twenty twenty wishing. They're happy birthday to my brother-in-law Jack out there in Buffalo Grove California some very much love and like father. I hope to see him in February. He listens to this show show when he goes out jogging. And how much jog. And he's doing January in Chicago but Once in a while it gets the earphones in take the listen to what's going on in gossip believe it or not. Even though he's in his mid seventies he likes to listen to the crazy shit. That's happening in Hollywood. I'll tell you what I'm getting a little sick and tired right of. I'm getting a little sick and tired of hearing about Lori. Loughlin and her husband enter to snotty kids. This this college admissions scandal that they're involved in have been involved in for months. It's gone on long enough. It really is. You know you realize these kids have dropped out of school altogether. Now right so this whole fucking thing could have been avoided if anybody's really still following this disaster. They can tell you the Livia jade and Isabella rose. Those wonderful children have officially dropped out of USC and last week there was a story straight out of the Kevin. Hart Will Ferrell movie. Get get hard that Lori. Highway prison consultant the teacher. The INS and outs of living inside the walls prison and that she also hired a self a martial allots expert to teach you how to defend yourself you know. Make sure she can fight back with some of these big bull dykes came in the ship. It doesn't happen that way. Well what a bunch of bullshit. Both stories neither a true. Trust me and while you're getting your your your bullshit story together and how innocent. You are Laurie the other half your your brain isn't like listen. Honey I gotta go break bricks with my hands now to get ready for Cellblock D. It's not the way it happens. No they're sitting hard for this fight because they really believe they did nothing wrong and honestly in the circles of the wealthy they did. What a Hun- hon of them? Do they paid a lot of money to get their precious spoiled brats into the schools. They really had their hearts on attending not so much for an education. Mind you but you know what would help their instagram profiles and maybe make them more money as influencers influencers neither of them give gave a fuck about actually pursuing a degree. You kidding me but this latest theory. That's making the rounds now from she and her husband's twisted mind is. Hey you know those photos. We paid to have our kids on rowing machines. You know so. They could get scholarships and theoretically be on the rowing team even though they've never rode let alone ever done anything strenuous in their lives. Those pictures never made it in the admission papers so technically you. You can't punish us for that. That's what's going on now right. So what's next. Are they going to say the pictures were taken. Because the kids want to apply for jobs at twenty four hour fitness or. Maybe they wanted to get some kind of branding deal at Nordic track. Come on is it bad that I wanna live you. Jade and Isabella rose in jail. More than I want. Laurie Lachlan jail. Trust when this trial is eventually begins. Lori Lock. What is going to be asking Harvey Weinstein to borrow his Walker so she can get some kind of sympathy on the win? I can't believe justice drags on this long. Just give her six fuck in Montana and let us all move on and by the way. I'm watching Dr Oz. You know I I usually sit in the bed as I do when I do all my work and I can't the TV kind of on low. and Dr is has the two chicks chicks who wrote the story Harvey Weinstein in New York Times cantering twohey Jodi Kantor Megan twohey and I talked to us us and now he has a segment called true crime and these women are on talking about getting justice after someone was being sexually harassed by hobby. It isn't this fucking guy at Dr. Why is he why is he talking midday about sex trial and how how many prospective jurors are right now sitting home watching this kind of shitty afternoon TV? I'd say a large percentage of them so that's not good neither. Was it any good that in the jury room yesterday in the pool room there are numerous posts lying around the tables which all had various articles about Weinstein and this case inside them. Listen I'm not saying the guy's in angel but this is not how you run a fair trial so so far so bad but seriously when it comes to Dr Oz. Since when does being a doctor mean a guy can go off in many directions and a portion of America keeps listening and buying into his bullshit. Apparently he now has. Maybe this is on for a while. I don't watch this shit. But apparently early. He's got a section of his show called true crime science medicine and mystery. Get the Fuck Outta here your your heart. Doctor what do I what is going on the Dr. Oz has a fan base of the craigslist and the under inform and when he comes on his show talking about the latest all natural extract that will melt the pounds off you or maybe even five cancer. He should he products with his name on it fly off the shelves. That's what's really important right. I mean as long as fools reach into their pockets. He keeps making dough. I mean that's what the hippocratic oath is all about right. It's unbelievable. I saw a tweet from from Dr. Oz is very busy twitter account some time ago and it got me pissed off at by the way it's been deleted now but maybe if you check his website it'll still be there but It's not about cancer per se or about dieting. Not even about ways to look young or or you know live a better life. What it's `bout is the latest bulletin from the frontiers of medicine? In case you know according to Dr Oz is a strategy yet. He wrote for Centuries we've used astrological signs to examine our personality and how we interact with those around us. Discover what your astrological Jiggle signed can tell you about your health. How can this guy keep a straight fucking face but you know what that's his best attribute doctor ause houses main qualification? He keeps a straight face no matter what bullshit. He's holding up to the camera by the way. This is not the daily unfiltered show. It's the regular data Thrice weekly free podcasts. My mistake but the point is this. Is this how the young doctor is in medical school back. When he was a young guy you know saw himself what would he have thought if he could have had a vision of himself in twenty twenty with some gray on his temples talking about using fucking constellations for better health? Come on what are you have been shocked or palled wondering how it ever came to this. You know a very dangerous thing happens to a lot of people. When they realized that they're comfortable in front of a camera or microphone? They start to thinking themselves is something much bigger than what they actually are. I mentioned the same thing about having your your photo appear above your column in a newspaper. It changes changes. Who you think you are so I never wanted one and got a big enough ego to as it is? I don't fucking picture myself above it but the current version of Dr Minute Oz is a guy with a TV show to host products to move guests to Not Out blanking Lee Blanket Blind facially basically as a as a as he just plugs books and now solve crimes. I it's fucking real. What I could barely League watch was him trying to talk about the dangers of these? NDA's that some women signed after they had meetings shall we say with Harvey Weinstein where that falls in line with medicine. I don't know but I don't think you should be dabbling in this stuff. Anyhow his another story that just shows shows how fucked up the world has become you know all these. TV reboots we've been hearing about the TV shows from the eighties nineties or finally coming back interview. I remember bringing you the news that saved by the bell the popular show in the ninety s was coming back with most of the old cast except Dustin diamond. What I could not have known but has just been made known yesterday? Get ready to throw up. Bayside Jason Highschool will now have a transgender student and a very popular one to boot so transgender actor jodie Toyota Toyota. T O T H is a biological male presenting himself as a chick and he's been cast alongside Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley. Toyota's GonNa the Star as Lexi a beautiful snarky cheerleader and the on the most popular girl at Bayside High School because that would be the case right a transgender being the most most popular. Get the fuck Outta here. And she's both admired and feared by her fellow students about repulse to that. That stack should be an adjective. Can I say say that creep out maybe no admired and feared not only that Toda I will be also credited as a producer. Oh Sir on the show so fuck you Mary. Lopez the ninety s Sitcom went into syndication and may boatloads money largely because of the dimples on this guy's face and his million dollar smile. Step aside pal. You're just a good looking guy. You're a diamond. Doesn't you're not a boy with China. That's what we're looking for producers nowadays on fucking real. Let me thank my cream of the crop. tippy top of the first time at Twenty Twenty Alley Chichi Tran Dan. Thank you Angela. Amino Angelique Heller Audra Fortune. Chris Lewis Chris Lingerie Elise Chris Star Debbie Anderson Eric Far. Okay Gale Edwards. Dr George Canasta Heather Grendel. Johnny Theo the Great Catherine speed the Great Catherine Stewart. Melanie how Nicole Patterson who my heart goes out. Because she's out there in Australia with these goddamn wildfires and our hearts are out to her. What what she must be seeing and going through is just and by the way? I don't want to say the wrong thing here because not all the information is in everybody's calling it a climate crisis crisis you heard that at the Golden Globes everybody in the in the media and show business saying climate crisis. What they've not said yet which has been already reported on his fat? Is that somebody working in Australia. And some kind of Wildlife Association so so to speak set seven fires on. I don't know how large those fires went. How many acres they covered? I don't know but the point is that's gotta be mentioned but it's never mentioned on the news so some asshole started seven fucking fires in Australia. Anyhow hearts go go out to Nicole Patterson Patty markle. Wendy Matt Deceive Crystal Malone Christie Tucker Sarah Walker Jenifer Lewis Joe Leone Kurt noack Jackie Robbins. Who by the way? I always say this. She makes my jewelry. She's out here in Burbank. Look Up Jackie Robbins Jewelry. Little Plug there. Dana Parks and Betty came Casto deb Thompson and Marcello Martinez. Thank you guys very much. Let me give you this field. Good story while I can very happy to report that. CNN has coughed up a seven figure settlement to Covington Catholic high school student. Nick Sandman after suing the far left network for smearing his name. Wisher remember that and the amount of the settlement was not not not made public during the hearing at the federal courthouse in Covington but this such a huge which precedent with networks and news shows and even people who came at this kid with the kind of vitriol usually reserved for fucking fucking Middle East despots salmon also filed lawsuits against the Washington Post. NBC Universal each for Over two hundred fifty million. He's reportedly planning to sue Gannett. which are the owners of the national enquirer? Now if you remember. CNN went after this kid acting like he was part of a mob that was attacking the the wonderful black Hebrew Israelites saying he yelled racial official slur as the black Hebrew Israelites in anyone. Who saw the whole fucking on edited tape? Not The the cut up on that. CNN AND MSNBC showed show and every other network you know bullshit if you took the time to look at the full context of what happened that day. Nick Sandman did had absolutely nothing wrong. Nixon was a sixteen year old kid. who what a perfect reputation he was loved by his parents respected school? Oh a lot of good friends at Covington High School. So does the kid who was doing very well in life and and and due to his strong character he still is doing very well thank you but nevertheless his character was being determined and Shit on by. CNN's vicious lies. And now here's why this is such a big victory you know. Once one giant falls and decides to settle that usually means others will follow follow suit and the domino that will take effect and Sandman and his attorneys one after a ton of people and a ton ton of organizations after what they pull so get ready for a few more people to maybe fold and offer up some some six and seven figure settlements making Nick Sanmen a very wealthy young man. The Washington Post is on board their next the New New York Times is next The Guardian and PR TMZ A. M. I. Capitol Hill publishing the diocese the Covington the diocese of Lexington Archdiocese of Louisville dies. He's a Baltimore Ana Cabrera that fuck face it. CNN Sarah Harris inner at CNN Erin Burnett Se Cup Elliott McLaughlin. Amanda Watson Manual Agreement Grinberg all CNN employees. Who talked Shit Shit about him? Michelle stated the Washington Post cleave are Woodson junior the name that spells asshole ARY at the post. He was sued as well. Antonio Lethal at the Post Joe. hyme Michael Miller L. I.. Rosenberg is Stanley. Becker Christine Phillips. Sarah merv Sarah Rush from the New York Times. Emily s rude from the Times. Maggie Haberman Big Fucking byline at times David Brooks at the Times Shannon and Doyle Kurt Ikin Wall Andrea Mitchell. MSNBC SAVANNAH GUTHRIE NBC Joy. Reid limits. NBC Chuck Todd. The crazy person at sea at does at NBC Nobre Lasky the launch failed stat. eun-kyung cam have no idea who that is. I think she stars in the movie parasite Harrison he sued. Hbo Bill Maher warned. Meteor Conde NAST G CUBE HEAVY DOT com the hill the Atlantic bustle dot dot com our old Pal Ilhan Omar Elizabeth Warren Kathy Griffin good for her sorry to ruin your new fuck in marriage edge and our favorite alyssum allow and finally the man has lost his mind. Jim Carey who now I think is going to start painting. Canvases with his own feces. Look for all these people and organizations to possibly take the same tat. Write a big check and make this go away make no mistake. This is a big victory for anyone who's been wronged by the lying press and the scores of fake news out there. And it's a landmark case you too because maybe now these fucking loudmouths who show up at work every day to see how creative they can get with their hatred for. Donald Trump are going to think twice before they try and destroy a young man's life with bullshit lies. The good guys won today and let me say something real quick. I I feel Kinda bad because I I have a on the platform cameo that That you can You know have me make a personal phone call to you and it costs like what I charge forty bucks for a personal phone call which you know it's not gouging anybody with that And I like doing it I I. I like the way it feels. It's a feel good thing. People get tied to talk talk to them and tell them how I feel and I like it so I gotta explain something to a listener of famous bitch. Main Pablo about a week or so before Christmas. Mrs Wife paid for a cameo for me to make a surprise phone call to him to wish him a happy holidays and wish him a happy anniversary. which would have been his fifteenth? What he anniversary on January third and These wife told me Pablo's a great guy loves to listen to fame as a bitch. He loves mixed martial arts SA- sports fan really good man who deserve special phone call as part of the holidays and it was hard gift to him and I was more than happy to do it. You guys know I was sick sick. That didn't matter. I was GONNA do at Christmas night Christmas Day. Get an email from the people at Cameo. I don't think it's a person that gets fucking robot saying the time has expired. You no longer can make a phone. Call the money's going to be returned to so-and-so Siro Batman's wait a minute wait a minute diversities January third. I've got to say happy holidays. I'm doing it tonight Christmas nine. I mean you can't do this to me. You can't pull this out from under me but of course I'm talking to a machine. It took them three days to get back to me. I'm trying to log onto cameo. It would not let me log back on most of you. Don't care about this but I'm talking to Pablo specially because it bothers me I would never not make that call I I loved too much what I do. Not The money so much as thanking people who care enough to have me call them so listen Pablo you know. It was cameos fault not mine. You're good guy. Happy Anniversary and listen. Keep listening. I hope you remain listener. I hope you understand what happened. I Jeff would have called you Christmas night. If these idiots didn't say it expired in my mind I had quite a few days left to make the call all but they thought otherwise. Anyhow I hope you understand. That's what happened and for all your other people out there who are thinking about doing this for a loved one Cohen do it. It's it's certainly not a Lotta dull and it's fun and like I said I love to do it. It's a feel good thing all around and Listen I do want to get back to this shows. Early pedophile busting roots. Because there's a story I've mentioned here before we go it turns turns out there's now a pedophile spot. So look for all kitty. Did lose to shuffle on down to Butler County Idaho. I mean I- Ohio Ohio. Jesus is Christ look. Let me say that. Although Brian what twenty minutes and fifty two seconds let me say this over so hey hey there's a new pedophile hotspot now. So look for all kitty did lers to shuffle on down to Butler County Ohio why well a suspected pedophile father caught with over a thousand child abuse videos including clips of babies diapers diapers. Being raped was freed on. Bail fuck face of the year. Trevor Fraley a twenty four year old douchebag posted a half a million dollar bond the other day despite Sheriff Richard Jones from biddle Butler county. Branding the child sex-abuse abuse material quote the most terrible thing. I have ever seen when this happens. Why do you fucking make them have bail? What the fuck is wrong with? It's you whom come on hoop and by the way I want to pull up the fifty grand to spring this piece. This is Shit Outta jail so deputies in Cincinnati or now urgently trying to establish whether Fraley film the clips types of himself abusing the kids or feed downloaded them from the Internet. I don't even know what the difference is. Do you recognize him in the fucking clips or is it the back of his head head. What can't you figure out? You Really WanNa get sick guys. This guy's got three kids aged five three and one one. What are the chances? Those kids have lived lives unharmed and he was caught with this material on his laptop after being arrested on drug charges last month. That's how it led to this disgusting discovery and the victim. The victims is featured in the clips are believed to be between eight months old and two years now his bond conditions it's unbelievable bond conditions bar him from contacting any children. Okay no he can't go on the Internet anymore can't use. This computer. Can Use a cell phone or a camera and he's gotTa take weekly drug testing so the guy faces one hundred one counts of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor and illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material or performance by the way guys. There's just put a ball on this. This can happen on Christmas. I just liked the Hollywood assholes to just once once wants sound off on fuckers like this not on climate change none on the ship that trump is doing don on what happened in Iran. Just sound off on something that is destroying the lives of kids. But they won't anyhow. That's it for today guys make make sure That was your free Fame as bench for January eighth twenty twenty got a great patriot. Tomato goes into detail on how a lot of little rascals lived terrible lives scandalous lives really. It did not lead the kind of lives. You would think after starring in such a fun series that made multi millions of dollars for the studio in these kids got to check that out. I'll talk to you. Thank you for listening famous. A bitch bitch is an AJ Benza. WORKHOUSE connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary and sometimes fucked up perspective of AJ Benza executive producer. Mike Agatha no technical producer Brian Vasquez.

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S6E4: Stowaway

The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian

20:15 min | 2 years ago

S6E4: Stowaway

"In welcome to the alien adventures of thin Caspian. My name is Jonathan messenger. Now your name is Jonathan messenger. Rainy him. What you asked listeners to give you fish pun names. So I'm giving you a fish pun name on your name. And what was it again, John Finn? Okay. Yeah. I got it. Fin the last syllable. Okay messenger. Rainy him messenger. Raynham. What does that have to do with fish because germanium in a fish? No, Bieb geranium is a flower. Ron okay. I'm not wrong geranium is a flower. What is that noise? That's my new Jonathan is wrong buzzer. I just had it installed. You like it. No. Yes. You do you like it? All right. Well, I'm no how I feel about that. But I do want to say thank you to everyone who sent in their ideas for fish, puns. We got more than a hundred suggestions. And I think those young punchers had the end of the episode. In the meantime, if you remember what happened in the last episode Finn and Juliana we're about to be eaten by the great fish. They didn't come up with something soon. Find what happens next in the veterans have been Caspian season. Six episode four stowaway. Have said said the great fish. We've eaten just about everything else in this ocean. So while you think of that, maybe we will live a long. Great fish swim at finish Ileana and the tiny dark fish closed in around them. Finn said Julianna, what's a pun? It's a joke that plays off a words meaning said Finn has he backed away from the encroaching fish like, you know, I never understood what lightning was. And then suddenly it struck me as supposed to be clever said Julianna also backing away from the fish. That's the kind of job. My dad makes exactly said fin. That's another definition of a pun. Not very funny jokes that dad's make nothing yet. Boom. The fish are jazz. It's feeding time. Oh, cried Finn, and he and Giuliana turn to run, but they were underwater. So they ran about as fast as a turtle strapped to a snail strapped to another turtle. Hey, said fin as one of the dart fish dove into his shoulder. This isn't going to work. We can't outrun a fish underwater, or even outswim fish said Julianna. What are we gonna do fin couldn't answer because five fish swim at him all at once he fell to the ground kicking up a huge cloud of sand into the ocean water. Cut that out. So the great fish fin grabbed another handful of sand and did his best to throw it up into the water. And he and Juliana used the cloud of dust to disguise them as they made their way back to plan potty. Hey, hey, I have a name for you said fin. How about Barry Khuda, you know, the name Barry short for I don't know barreled or something, and then, you know, barracuda's type of fish, so Barry Khuda, Barra Tuta. So the great fish the fish pause. The see their boss thought of that name ever heard of barracuda or anyone need barrel for that matter. I think you're making it up not good enough Juliana through two more handfuls of sand in the air. And she Infineon continued to move as quickly as they could back to the seaweed. I have one she yelled how about rule dolphin. Rudolph is a great name and everyone loves dolphins. Dolphins are. Gamble finish yelled, the great fish Jared. You Dr fish swim through the cloud of sand and clipped fin behind his knees. Fin fell but kept crawling tossing sand in the water. How about how about Gilbert like guilt? Yeah. I get it said the great fish. I had knuckle Gilbert. Well, there you go said fin. That's perfect. No, I didn't like my uncle gilber. And do you wanna know why? Because he was always a little crabby get it a little crabby. See that's how it's done. That's how you land upon nail. How about swam? Well, or swim willa said Julianna, so the great fish SU she so now, you're gonna try to eat me. Okay. We. Said fin Giuliana picked up and turn to face the great fish. This is ridiculous. She said you're little fish too, small even Ito's look Juliana pointed at her left hand, one of the little fish was nibbling on the thumb of her spacesuit not getting anywhere. Stop it. See more said, the great fish, your garrison me the little fish swam away. Oh, see more said fin. That's pretty good. It's true. That my little friends may not be able to eat you said, the great fish, but they are not only fishing to see the great fish opened his mouth again revealing rows and rows of sharp teeth ready to chop through their spacesuits face fish body. Fin spun around the head distracted the great fish long enough and had made it back to the edge of the seaweed forest. Fin had never been so happy to see a plant and his entire life. Not call me. That said the great fish see nothing has changed. It was pointless to come back here. The great fish turned as if the swim away. How the the great ohficial fish sidga Leon the great fish paused. What did you say the fish lifted slips has though getting ready to snack Juliana took a step back the official fish? She said in. Why would I want to be an official fish is it every fish officially fish? No said Julianna, you don't get it. The fish all fish, get it. Oh, fischel fischel said the great fish. Oh, fischel this genius. Of course. Said plant body. What is dish face talking about food and explain to the why the great fish had deserted them and told plant body that the great fish now had to be called the official fish or else. The whole problem would start all over again said plant face. My name for him. It's very dignified. Fin Giuliana said their good byes and got back into their explorer pod. The great fish towed their pod to glacier where they were able to chip off a large chunk of ice. They also scooped out there waterlogged pod. And then shut the hatch. They were able to get out all the seaweed, but they figured they could deal with that. Once they were back on the Marlow fins set the coordinates pressed the launch button, and they were headed home. You know, what's weird said fin no one on the Marlow could see me. But for some reason plant phase in the official fish could what's up with that? I was going to say the same thing said Julianna. I don't really know. But just in case something has changed you better hide when we get back if the adults can see you now, we're gonna have a hard time explained everyone who you are a special. He my mom said fin when the pod return to the Marlow Juliana carry the large chunk of ice into the engineering room Finn followed closely behind her but stayed outside the room and case anyone can see him now. But thankfully, he was still invisible. So he didn't get yelled at Juliana, the adults were your areas with her for having stolen and explorer pod. But when she plays the ice atop the battery the bright white. Light darkened turned purple than a pale blue. And then there was barely enough light to read by Juliana had saved the day. After the grownups had finished celebrating the fact that the Marlow wasn't going to blow up and congratulating Juliana on her quick thinking, she was summoned to the captain's bridge the door opened. And there was captain Caspian alone standing in the middle of the room, so Julianna she said come in you save the day. This space station owes you deep. Gratitude I owe you my own deep. Gratitude I was busy buried in an instruction manual while you were thinking much bigger than I could. Thank you for that. Juliana smiled and nodded. It's no problem. She said, I'm sorry. I took the explorer pod without asking it's just that. No one was listening to me, and you came up with the solution. All by yourself said, the captain, and you learn how to fly the explorer pot all by yourself, and you handled all of those aliens all by yourself Juliana could see the look on the captain's face, captain Caspian didn't believe that. She could do it. Yeah. Such yuliana. It was all my idea. And I didn't know how to fly an explorer pod before. But it's not so hard. I figured it out. You didn't have any help said captain Caspian, no said Giuliana, and I know what you're thinking. And it wasn't my dad. You always think that my dad is doing something bad, but he's a good guy. And he's just as angry at me is everyone else for. Taking the pod probably more IB seriously grounded, if I hadn't, you know, save the entire station. I'm not mad at you Juliana said, captain Caspian. And like I said, I'm very grateful. And no, I don't think it was your dad who helped you. Oh, so Giuliana. Then who do you think it was tell me said captain Caspian who is that? Captain Caspian pushed a button next to her captain's chair and on the large screen in front of them. Juliana could see a video feed of the hallway outside her compartment. There was no one there. It was completely empty except. There was a ball of seaweed flying up. And then coming back down almost as if a boy was tossing it up in the air and catching it said Julianna. I mean. An alien must've followed me back. All right. I have here with my son and editor young Griffin messenger. Say hi to everybody. All right Griffin. So let's talk about the episode. What'd you think? Good. What did you think about the various fish puns that our listeners summited? Yeah. You liked him. Yeah. Thank you, all so much everybody who sent in so many, great ideas. Really awesome. Thank you so much any questions that you might have Griffin. Bad that Finn has see we'd oh you mean like that? He took something back from an alien planet. Yes. Oh, that's a good question. I I mean, the seaweed could be like it might not still be alive or could still be part of blam face plant body. That's true. I guess he could have talking ball of seaweed there. Yeah. Yeah. And also we've talked about this before we're like invasive species taking something from one place to another can often cause problems. And if that's an alien that could even bigger problem what we'll find out about that. I suppose did you have any other questions? Oh, yes. You happening in like the future Marlow like when our story was taking place before. Yeah. With like Finn Fale Elias, Abigail Tron two and foggy. Well, do you think that we should okay? All right. Well, maybe I don't know about next episode but an upcoming episode. Maybe we'll flash forward and see what's happening with the Finn. That was maybe left if it was left behind in the future. See what's happening with all of those people. Did he disappear like he thought they disappeared or are? No, we don't know could be anything any other questions. No. I don't think. So. All right. Then what time is it? Griff joke time. All right. It's Joe time. All right. I with jobs is our pal Caleb. Who's five from Boston, Massachusetts shed? I can go to the grocery store for us. That's awesome. Thank you Caleb. And now L and Andrew mainly MS L in Hoboken, New Jersey in I'm sell that indicia. My brother, Andrew. Iliana joke for you. Why the speeds parrot spent so much time learning the alphabet why because they spent so. Time. That's awesome. Thank you, all so much. Okay. I also want to say really fast. Thank you to everybody who sent in a good fish pun to us, including Jackson who seven from California Zahara who's nine from Long Island, New York Theo's five from Kenneth square, Pennsylvania. David Andrew from San Francisco, California are rope. Hell Amelia, Shriver Cameron who's ten from Perth, Australia KAI who's from Petaluma. 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Ep. 3: Who am I and What am I doing here?!

Get ALod Of This Guy

18:54 min | 11 months ago

Ep. 3: Who am I and What am I doing here?!

"Anger FM is a free APP and service that allows everyday people to start their very own. Podcast they offer tips tricks into toilets to help. Launch Your pockets and get it. Running anchor also distributes your pockets for you and brings all the sponsorships to you. How awesome they also include free and easy to use monetization methods. An easy to use recordings the best part of all. It's all free. Do you think you what it takes to start your own. Podcast download anchor. Fm Today and get started right now. Good afternoon everybody. And welcome to the third episode of Gilo. This guy I'm your host Alex loading and I have a big episode for you all today. I'll be sharing my views on the entire George void situation and even gonNA share a bit about myself with all of you. Well I got my cup of coffee. I'm ready to go. So what do you say? Let's get this thing rolling. So as I alluded to in my intro Obvi- sharing everything that I feel thought and saw about the entire George Lloyd situation. Well unless you're living near rock this whole George. Floyd situation happened in Minneapolis Minnesota where a man was pinned to the ground by two officers after he allegedly forged a check and one of the officers put a knee on his neck until he died later after a surfaced on social media. And it got blown up abortion. Those officers fired. I think the to on-scene in the two two more were fired. They haven't been arrested. Haven't been charged with anything but like the rest of you. I believe that they should be charged with murder with manslaughter. Whatever it can be. There's clear visual evidence of this officer. Pinning George Floyd to the ground and George Florida's clues struggling saying he can't breathe. You can even here in the video How scratchy his Zarin? How hard he is trying to breathe while getting crushed by this officers need. I mean it's and it's blown up because of social media and public opinion but if that video never surfaced. I don't think those officers would have been fired and that that is just terrible and that just shows how messed up. Our system is these. Two officers killed this man in plain sight in the middle of the day with tens of people surrounding them saying hey man get off. He can't breathe but continued on eventually. Died right there on the street and so before I sandy more Prayers out to him out to his family prayers to all those affected and I'm GonNa take a quick moment silence for this situation so as I was saying so many people have been impacted by this. It has drawn outrage rage in Minneapolis and social media. And it really uncovering a lot about America. It's justice system. Police officers as police officers. Now have a terrible rep no matter where they are in me. Who was a suburban? White Kid have thankfully not been harassed by police n have never seen such an action as George Void Situation. So I'm thankful for that. I'm thankful that I haven't seen it. None of my friends have that. I haven't been harassed but racial profiling discrimination racism. It has all been in America for so long and it's now because of social media and because the reputation reputation police officers have is blown out of proportion and really like we can credit social media to this and how important is ad video. Probably hit. Everyone's timeline in America. It's it's probably being shown worldwide it and a lot of times you see something like this gets shared on social media so much that it finally gets national news representation. It's finally on broadcast news in the print on radio and for that for to take social media and five hundred thousand retweets. A million likes whatever that original post got to get on the news like there's something wrong and now from all this. Everyone is outraged and now they're protesting not only in Minneapolis but around the country. Minneapolis has seen the worst of it though and they went outside the police station townhall. The streets of Minneapolis are flooded with people but to add on. Top of all this all those protesters. Were met with violence. Tear-gas Swat gear riot shields but yet people in Madison can literally storm the doors of the state capital and whether they police officers do just take it. They just standard. They didn't they didn't push back. Didn't throw tear gas. Didn't even shout back from videos and pictures. I have seen and the fact that matter. Is those people storming the capital of Wisconsin? Madison we're all white people and they weren't touched or harmed unless it was their own fault but the people in the streets of Minneapolis. Most of them probably african-american protesting were met with violence. Tear GAS SWAT teams riot gear. And why is that? These people were in the faces of Police. Officers State officials and police like yes. They cared but like they didn't even shout back. But yet you get word of protest and it happens to be African American people there. Oh Yeah we're gonna all the white riot gear that just that's just not right and I totally agree with all those With protests it's well within your First Amendment right to go out there and protest. Whatever you want you can say almost whatever you want and do whatever you want as long as it's in good manners and I believe that these protests aren't good manners so why are they getting met with riot gear and tear gas and then because the people were getting pushed pushed out of the streets The protesters took to stores. And these stores were like. Oh you're in the protests. We're not to serve you. We're not GonNa let you shop here. Why did those people do? They're already met with tear. They're already enraged by this entire situation. They they messed those stores up a flip racks. They stole items in all this in all right yes? That is a criminal offence. Like deft N. robbery and all that specialty Aggressively doing it but again is part of the protest and this whole situation is insane to me. But then there's the other side of story you have mostly young white teenagers showing that more white people have been shot by cops. More white people are pulled over by police officers et Cetera et Cetera et. The first thing is African Americans only makeup a small portion of the entire population so there's hundreds of millions of white people only probably million black. I don't know the efficient numbers like clearly. There's a bigger sample size of whites. Therefore more situations with cops white people are going to occur that it's just common sense and you like because it's why police officers are usually white. Enwezor targeting African Americans killing african-americans for nothing allegedly forging a cheque. Noman die for that. Maybe get a ticket for. Don't do it again. Whatever but he was murdered in cold blood because he forged a check allegedly allegedly for to check it even proven before he was killed so for all those people saying that. Oh the cops are doing stuff to white people to in what happens why people. Now you're part of the problem and you should just stop talking but out like you're just adding to the situation because at the end of the day all is matter. We shouldn't no matter race or anything. We should never see a man killed on the street with people surrounding watching him recording it. It should not happen. I don't care what the color of your skin is. Just should not happen. And if you're someone on the other side saying like oh while like he deserved it I don't know I don't think anyone deserves to be murdered or oh it happens. Why you more or does this. No stop talking. You're adding to the problem and you are was wrong. You were just adding to the hates the fuel the rage racism. You just adding that so kindly but out well. Gummy going right there together. My breath and I'll be right back with the next half a my show thoughts and prayers out to George Floyd. His family and friends. I'd everyone what there you go. You heard my thoughts and opinions about George Floyd situation if you miss anything if you agree with what? I said disagree. Please like comment. Share message me on twitter. Do all that interacting me. Let me know what you're thinking what you're feeling. Hey maybe now shall yard in the next podcast and we could talk about it. But anyways I'M GONNA move into my next section in this session. Section is about me and when I got to college While three and a half years ago almost I was in a kind of like exploration class like a freshman class. Get You accompanied with college and my professor showed us. This article is called. Who are you in what you doing here? It was written by Marc Edmund in August of two thousand eleven and this article has really stuck me. I've had it bookmarked. Since that day of class and I just want to read a quick part of it for you. So he go. You may not think that you've got about got made miss the impressive college buildings in company with high-powered faculty surrounded by the best of your generation. All you need is to keep doing what you've done before work hard giga grades. Listen to your festers. Get along people around you. And you emerging for years in educated young man or woman ready for Life. Well hold on not so fast. Do not believe that it is not true. If you want to get a real education America you're going to have to fight Alameda. Just fight against the drugs and violence and against the slime based culture. That is still going to surround you. I mean something a little more disturbing to get an education. You're probably going to have to fight against the institution that you find yourself. In no matter how prestigious it may be you can get a terrific education in America now there are establishing opportunies that almost every college but the education will not be presented you wrapped and boat to get it. You're going to struggle and strive to be strong and occasionally piss awesome memorable people and while that that part of the article comes early and it just gets me fired up and he has stuck with me. I think about all the time and the real message I got out of his. When you show up to college no matter where you are. You may feel just like as one number. You're an individual. You even go to a college that none of your friends onto no-one from your high school and you may not know anyone and now you're out on yourself. This is where you really find yourself and you gotTA prove why you're there why you went to college. Why you're studying. What you're what you're studying. What are you going to do there? I had a great high school professor. Tell me is not where you go to. School is what you do there so someone at Harvard there Harvard most received saying. Oh they think they got lined up. They're going to what happens if they fail. What happens if they don't take advantage of all their opportunities? They just spend hundreds of thousands of dollars getting a Harvard Education. For what nothing. Well this gets into me and right now I go to a small division three college in just north of Milwaukee in Wisconsin. I Played Two sports. I play football and Lacrosse while studying mass communications. But we're going to go back to where I was born and raised so I was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight in the suburbs of Chicago. And that's where I was raised. I was born in the highland park area and then I grew up in the Buffalo Grove and mainline areas of. You know where that is. Shout me out. Hello thanks for listening. But then all the way do my childhood. I played sports. I started playing sports when I was about five. I thought about I started in soccer and t-ball and then going into second grade. I started playing football and I just love sports. I wanted to give everything. A try played every sport but hockey and I really wish I played hockey hockey such amazing sport. Those guys are athletes. It's physical. It's fast is exciting man. I really missed out but I played almost everything and then I got into Lacrosse in fifth grade because all my friends started playing. Avas like Kay. Let me try it out. I got to like a summer camp. I could pass catch cradle this sport. I love it. It's phone exciting. All my friends are doing it. Why not so? I played so many sports up until eighth grade and and going to high school. I really focus on foot on the cross and I even tried basketball for my freshman sophomore year but after sophomore year from football I was injured. So never got shot varsity in and I was just like you're not. I'm just going to focus football lacrosse and then also me. I was getting recruited for both end. Founder School that Hem. I major headed job for me and I got to play Bo. Sports so on paper looks like a perfect situation for me also because I played sports all my life. I'm a huge sportsmen and because I grew up in Chicago area. I'm a huge sports fan. Fly the W C read one goal. Bear down you name it sports. I'm a fan of every team except the white sox but that's only because I'm cubs fan. I just can't get enough of sports. And if you've listened to other podcasts you know that I deeply Miss Sports because I'm an Avid Sports Lover. And we haven't had sports now for about three months and that is insane but thankfully all starting to come back also. Another big part of my life is music. I can listen to about almost any genre except EDM. I like some EDM. But I can't listen to it for too long but my favorite genre of music is definitely country. I love country music. It's got is got real music a leg real instruments guitars drums bass like all that stuff. It doesn't have just someone sitting behind a computer screen tapping keypads and making beats or whatever. But I'm also I also listen to rap to like when I'm working out you sometimes country can get a little slow when I'm working out and he's someone to pick me up. What are on some rap music hip hop upbeat stuff but ultimately my favorite genre of music is country in really because like what they it's so meaningful Israel real music in his meaningful they talk about wholesome things families getting wives like having good time with your friends. It's it's and of course drinking like I now live in. Wisconsin can't go anywhere without seeing anything you'd beer fans so you know what country music just perfect John. Refer me and Yeah I. I talked about my college experience a bit but I'm studying mass communications which covers everything from print journalism to TV radio to even this from doing this major. And all my coursework I learned how to create podcast how to structure shows how descript shows what's news worthy how to operate social media and maneuvre instead of that so thank you thankfully my education. They taught me how to do this and now I'm out here doing this so I told you who am I who I am. I told you a little bit of what I'm doing here. But in the future I plan to move out to California with my girlfriend and I hope to be a sports reporter or work in college sports either in the Athletic Department of Universities or broadcasting said sports et CETERA. I hope California is the best bet for me. 'cause there's so many sports teams so many colleges so many news publications and so many great people out there and yeah. I'm looking forward to it. That's a little bit about my point in the future. Thanks for listening. You talk about myself and thankless in this podcast. Welk's would just about at that time almost out of breath. But that's all I got for you. Today I pray that you all stay safe stay healthy. Stay active and please for love. Gob Tip your delivery drivers. That's the my podcast. Please like comment. Share Foamy me on twitter. Check it out on Youtube. Do whatever just blow me up. Please follow me on twitter. I follow back but again have a great day. Thanks for listening. This has been another episode of gallow. This guy I'm your host signing off.

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On Climate Change with Governor Jay Inslee

Here's The Deal

19:42 min | 1 year ago

On Climate Change with Governor Jay Inslee

"Hey folks is Joe Biden and we're listening to here's the deal and I'm sitting here in Washington Delaware. My basement accelerate the next podcast episode on the show with me. Today is a great friend and a really incredible governor governor Jay Inslee The Krona Virus had governors. They stayed in Washington heart and early but the thing is he took hard and early action. We're going to talk about his efforts over the past month. I can think of no better guests than governor inslee cheerleader on the issue of climate. Change and governor. Welcome to the show. You've had your hands full as I was saying earlier. You've done heck of a job and It's great to have you here. And it's a real pleasure and honored to have you with me to join you in Delaware and miseries president. You look like a million bucks set that basement or wherever you are working pretty. Well I tell you what I've lived down here. I never thought turned into a studio. We'll looks it looks good and you're lookin' healthy and we wanNA keep you that. We're glad you're ready for this. We're glad you really ready for this battle year. Fit Your message ready. And I'm glad that you're really giving voice to the hopes and dreams of people across the country. These are difficult times. It's a different way to campaign. But we really appreciate you doing this. Both in a healthy way and a vocal way because we need your vocal leadership right now to give people a hope of both the crisis of Cova nineteen and the crisis of climate change and the crisis of a lack of leadership in the White House. Right now so. I'm really glad you're in the hut. You look like you're ready. I'll tell you what I'm in hunt but I'm gonNA need you very badly. Annette Hunt with me. You're going to be reelected governor. Everybody's looking to you. I was telling me the other day I was on the phone with Al Gore talking about climate. We were talking about you and about what we have to do Look I know. You've been dealing with a corona virus. Twenty four seven ever since Washington state became on the first states to have an outbreak in the state of Washington was the first place the United States hit by this pandemic and and those in those early days prognosis for the state was pretty grim. But to your credit and folks with you and the people wash them you turn things around. And you've seen that flat curve as everybody now knows mean by flattening the curve. But can you explain what you did to to to bring this outbreak under control? And what kind of cooperation. You've got where he got pushed back. How I mean B- I think everybody would be interested to know how it worked for you since it was really early on in big interstate. Well what is worked for us? We have embraced science in our state. Big Time now. That's a matter because we've been a kind of a high tech state to begin with. We have a population that is cosmopolitan and has found the fruit. So when you follow science good things happen so when we did embrace some sort of early stage efforts to stop social gatherings to close our schools then to have the stay home state healthy initiative if got really broad support so the success is the people deserve success for seven million Washingtonians and they've really stepped up to the plate. And that's why we've had some early success but as we're just talking about look we're barely half time this so long ways to go in my state. Well anything to me was when you're one of the first to decide that you had to deal with the schools and and closing them and that was a pretty gutsy thing at the front end. I think it's because everybody knows knows you knows it. You are no Malarkey you deal with the facts you look at the science and they trust your judgment and you know one of the things I admire about you. Is that when there's an existential threat like there is now of our time You've stepped up. Joseph stepped up and other existential threat. Climate change you know I understand. I think you understand better than anyone. What's at stake? We don't take bold action and you also understand what an enormous opportunity this can be for our economy to create millions of good paying jobs. Good paying jobs in clean energy and as you know the trump administration is roll back environmental regulations and engage in a campaign to undermine science for sends a day got an office. What lessons can the American people learn from this pandemic to help ensure we move quickly to address climate? Change before it's too late or is there a connection big connection or you know you could think of covert nineteen is a metaphor for the. It's kind of a fast acting. Climate change climate change is much slower but equally fatal and the covert nineteenth situation kind of a metaphor for the whole effort. Were now engaged in number one. It means that you need to act early and we need leadership to do that. And that's why I'm looking forward to your leadership in the White House on this and you have to have people who look over the horizon a little bit. I think the people do should reasonably expect their leaders to be looking over the horizon. No families are looking forward to the next baseball game and the next mortgage payment. I think people when we elected we Inaba Gatien look over the horizon. And I know you've done that many times in your career. Certainly you know you're the first to really introduce climate change legislation back in the eighties in the in the US Senate indicative of what you bring to. The table wishes the willing to really look ahead long term. Second we just gotTa make decisions based on science not our ideology and that science led us to make some early decisions and in third a little bit of timing too. Because you have to be able to bring the public with you. We have been successful in that and that is growing on the climate change issue because the people are with us on this. They're ready for spark. I'm very convinced that so I do think there's a connection between these two That we've got to pay attention to ask another question on that. I'm of the view of late last three or four months that you and I and anybody who gets reelected or elected in November is going to face a A circumstance nationally and internationally. That hasn't been seen for a long long time. The unemployment rate the situation with regard to our standing in the world a whole range of things that are gonNA be. I think as difficult as they were when Franklin Roosevelt got elected and and particularly into did unemployment and. I think that we have an opportunity. But I'm like your view. I think we have an opportunity to turn the the changing the climate the generating a fundamentally green infrastructure. And turning it around in a way that can be very thing that helps us get through this existential threat to our economy. I think it can be. It can be a part of the impetus of us being able to come back. I think we should be. I know because I called you. Many Times asked for your opinion on climate and specifics. I think we can become anex. Net exporter of the climate change technology. I think we can become the leader in the world and electric vehicles. I think we can come the leader in the world and win and energy new a new transmission capacity across the entire United States. I think there's so many opportunities and not just for a minimum wage jobs. We're talking jobs that are you know. Forty forty five fifty dollars an hour that had benefits generate real serious serious work. And but tell me how how you kind of look at that if you would or we'll look at it as I can't wait to have an optimist back in the White House somebody who really believes in the American vision of growing your economy by getting out ahead and leading the world in technology and I think you could be and we'll be that leader and I'll tell you why I believe that local in campaigns you know sometimes sophistry intrudes but your track record has shown. You can really do this because you recall during the recovery act you lead this effort with ninety billion dollars of investment? You made sure it was in our bill and then you shepherded it through to make sure it actually got spent wisely and as a result of that effort look. I was there. I've got some crab on this because I watch it as a result of this You you've create three point. Three million jobs in clean energy jobs didn't exist before and we've seen something like eight thousand percent increase in solar. We have seen enormous increases battery storage and electric cars. And that has been a job creator. And I think the moment is like World War Two Franklin Dylan Rosal. I really believe that national mobilization that he started that beat. Fascism is the same type of relation that can put so many thousands of millions of people to work. So I guess I mean you're again that spot because you've got. You've got the resume to show you how to actually get this done. Not just a green thing. It's a it's an economic boost this nation. Well I think it is and like one of the things we found with the recovery act was there was a total of nine almost actually eight hundred billion dollars almost a trillion dollars of which we big chunk we took and dealt with streamlining streamlining and reducing the cost of solar as well as wind energy and a whole range of other things during with you know with the environment but one of the things that I think makes a lot of difference is that I think if people can see what is ahead if they can see that. This is no longer viewed as somehow. It's going to hurt like the present always talks about is for example. You know there's no reason why we can't and I talk to you about this before to get your opinion on it. The no reason why we can't and every new highway builder we reconstruct have You know put in a five hundred thousand charging stations. We only electric vehicle market where we're in a position where we Not only double but continually quadruple solar and wind and battery technology. But I mean where do you see the I mean I? I know I'm getting off here on climate and I apologized but where. Where do you see the the biggest opportunity to quickest and climate side? Well obviously Washington state because this is the best state in the Union and when you campaign. You're I know you'RE GONNA you're gonNA recognize that for sure. Look what you said is really true. Though because what used to be a hope a dream. I wrote a book about this sweat ten years ago or something basically talked about vision of getting people to work and at that point. It was a kind of hope. But now when you go to Moses Lake. It's one hundred thirty miles east to Seattle. You can go to the largest manufacturer of carbon fibre. It goes into electric cars in the Western Hemisphere. When you go to Bellingham you can go to the largest manufacturer solar cells in America. That just doubled their jobs. You can go to lind Washington where we had the largest concentrated solar farm in the state you can just go around and meet these people who are getting these great jobs and I story. I always think of as a trudy and I were over in central Washington looking at the fires that are becoming so bad because of climate change and their fires burned right down to the close to winter inform and I saw this guy driving his shiny pickup down the road and I stopped and started talking to him and I said you know. What do you think of this kind of climate change issue in clean energy and he says we'll let me show you what clean energy is to me? Is this new pickup truck. Because I get the best paying job I've ever had maintaining these wind turbines. I make it. I don't know how much she said but he said I make twice as much I've ever made in my life is what we gotta do. And so now we know that trump's GONNA be electric pretty soon too because those are coming on big time and so the point is you're going to be able to meet people all of the country who realized this is not some pipedream this takeover money. I think it is too today renting one question for one of our listeners. Whose name is Matt News. From Buffalo Grove Illinois. I have a question for Vice President Biden and governor inslee. This is a stressful time. And I'm wondering if you can both tell us what you do to stress relief from the anxiety when I hear the current Ludicrous noses out of the White House. Well I try to ride my bike and I got to read about thirty miles. Yesterday it was a Beautiful Day. I felt like a young man. I'm fifty five again. You know I felt great and I tell you what I look forward to. Those is playing on my grandkids again. You know this has been a stressful time for all of us and that I really forward to that day because that actually the ultimate relaxation. I know we're all looking forward to that. Well you know it's funny. We talked about this before. But it's the same thing with me. I Have A. I love to ride the bike although now I have a presidential secret service with men. There's a lot of and so it's Kinda hard you know. You're going to be a little constrained. But that's a price worth paying to say they're and they're wonderful. I didn't mean that but but I work out every morning and and the other thing we do is We do a whole lot of zooming with our grandkids. Yeah for real and Yesterday had five o'clock all the grandkids got on son daughter and everybody and we just talked for anywhere about half an hour and exchange. Well we're all doing. I got a six year old grandson. Who you know. We're doing remote learning because we had to close house obviously and he was given one of his science assignments to go out and make a list of birds and he was very excited. He told me on the phone a couple of days ago that he got his list. This is a lifeless. Or He's going to do the rest of his life. He had three inches. One Robin and three crows now. I'm very proud of is a six year old and I'm very proud of him. It's proud but whoever finds one robin I mean you see one Robert? I was very very odd. We'll look I kept you long time. I hope we can come on. You know the election and talking some more detail about global warming and the like but I think i. I think you're one of the really great governors and you do any job in the country but I really. I really appreciate your advice. You give me and I know I'm always bugging you for advice and input but I really mean it and what you've done in Washington state is real. It's consequential and I think that we can turn with the with a little bit of luck we can turn this. God Awful Circumstance. We're facing the corona virus into an opportunity. But we're going to come out of this stronger. I believe that Mister Vice President. I'm proud to endorse you for being the next president. United States for many reasons. I know that you have a willingness to follow science and really help us get us out of the cove in nineteen crisis. You're gonNA bring a reason to approach to that rather than just ignoring doctors. You'RE GONNA follow their advice a year to be honest with us which we don't have right now in the White House you're going to have a concrete plan for you know action within the next ten years to develop clean energy plan so we just don't handle twenty-fifty. I know that you have efforts to really do things in the next ten years and I'm very excited about this. I WANNA mention whether they're saying though that you should know that is at this time of great anxiety and suffering I think you're perfect for the moment to help to give people comfort and confidence in the reason I said that is it. I saw you help families. I don't know if you remember this but you out at joint. Base Lewis mcchord in Washington. Remember years back and you're comforting four families who lost their soldiers and I watched you tell them the story about how your grief that you had near. Life is over time term to the joy of memories and when I talked to those families that meant a lot to them and we need somebody with that human connection right now in this position and I believe you gotTa unique talent to to trade your heart for theirs and I just want to tell you. I can't wait to start providing that to America. Well thank you very much. Look I've received so much support and empathy for the things I've gone through my life loss of family and like but you know and I know you know. Think of all those people out there today who are alone who are and whether it's related to the corona virus from or not a friend of ours. Tell us how they had to say goodbye to their mom over. Telephone another friend. Who visited her mom in a nursing home? Thank God she's not dying but Just putting your hand up against the window and just just saying hey mom I'm here people just but there's so many people who've stepped up so many people have stepped up. You know you and I've talked before about my notion about. We had to return the soul of America. Where the soul of America? Yeah with ordinary hard working people who are busting going through. I've been through in a lot worse without the help I've had without the family. I've had getting up every morning. Put One foot in front of the other and it's remarkable country remarkable country. We can't forget these people though once we're out of this we can't forget them. We have changed the institutional circumstances. They find themselves in economically as well as in terms of their health. And we can do it. We can change. I think the American people kind of like blinders have been taken off and they've seen people that they're always saw but never understood how consequential they were before never understood. Just how important that person's stacked on the shelf and a grocery store is just how important that person driving. That mail truck is just how important that person is who walks into the hospital and is behind you to after they've rescued you. I mean it's just I pray to God. This is one of those moments where we move beyond where we were not just back to where we were. Anyway you're helping. No we're GONNA do of so. Thank you June. The White House. That's going to happen. Thanks thank you for tuning in and Special thanks to governors join US TODAY. Stay SAFE. Stay healthy and before seeing go. I hope I can telephone though. Thank you wash your hands. I did before I came down. Got Ready. Thank you eye

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Ep 67. San Jose Housing Crisis & California College Athletes

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Ep 67. San Jose Housing Crisis & California College Athletes

"Either others talking politics, a libertarian leading podcasts that believes that the American liberty league needs to come back and stop this new deal from happening. The green new deal. What a rush that is straight head rush talking about it. Well, this week we have some good news out of the city of San Jose. So even better news out of the California government. And then some terrible news out of the city of Chicago. She got go. So the first thing we wanted to talk about was the housing issue. That's happening in the city of San Jose in how the San Jose city council is responding to it. So as most people know, the city of San Jose, and maybe even less specifically the bay area and even more or less specifically than that, California. As a whole has been having a huge housing crisis in the sense that they have or are behind more than a million houses and need to make up about ten thousand houses year in order to even be in the black when it comes to construction. And so the city of San Jose has realized or is about to realize that maybe the effects of one of. Their acts the Ellis act, which is a rent control act may not be beneficial. So what the act is is a city ordinance that basically says that all new developments will I says actually that rentals looking to develop their rental properties into bigger and better rental properties have to give a hundred twenty days of notification to the average tenant and then in some cases a year, plus two tenants who are elderly disabled or have children of school age. And so that part of it self causes a extreme slowdown when it comes to the development of properties, you know, anywhere from three three or four months to twelve months of time as a really difficult thing for any business or any project to really carry. And then on top of that all of the tenants that are victims from these places after the hundred twenty days or after. The year are given a Vic Shen grant or benefit if you'd call it that ranges from anywhere from ten thousand dollars to twenty thousand dollars, depending on the size of the residency. They're moving from. So that's another extreme cost to a lot of these renovating houses. But then on the back end a lot of these places if they were section eight if they were rent controlled, they must have fifty percent of the new the constructed units be rent controlled or in the case of larger properties have the same amount of rent control units as they previously had. And so what this is causing is a increase in up front costs. And then it's also eating into the after sale aftermarket cost for these housing developers. And so what that means is a lot of these housing projects are being delayed. It's a now the San Jose city council has decided to. To vote in favor of doing a study or doing research into if this is actually affecting the housing development. And if this is preventing people or developers from building new places and building houses that people desperately need. And I think the outcome of this study will obviously be what we just discussed that obviously. Yes, it is pushing developers out of the market, and it is preventing them from building in a location that desperately needs these houses. Yeah. I mean, I'm glad to see somebody at least questioning the pretty typical assumption which is that like rent control of good for the poor. You know, so at least somebody's looking at least they're being self reflective in the fact that they're looking for evidence that these policies were instead of just stem believing that they do it's most large cities have for well for a really long time. I think it's really funny that what seems like such an apparent economic concept like rent control. Being a price ceiling is like so not understood on what seems like a universal level when it comes to a lot of these politicians. I think it's really funny that you have to explain to them that when you make it. So that people can only gain so much profit. It pushes suppliers out of the market. Yeah. I mean, rent control as a policy if like Kintu tenure for me where the the immediate impulse is like to, you know, protect the poor and to give them more options to live, right? But what ends up happening is that because it's rent controlled. It's not advantage is- places to have this stuff. Right. So the only rent controlled options are the ones that the government courses into existence. Right. And then people sit on that you find rent controlled auction in new never leave. So it's basically just like, you know, grandfathered in for one. Person to the other. And there's no actual movement in the marketplace. So you don't find people going into rent control housing and then moving out into a better situation. You find the basically sitting on the, you know, the good deal that they've got right? And when you couple that with places that are really strict on building codes where you know, every new development has to be checked, you know, signed off on by every interest group in the city, right? Then you never have building. You never have building projects going on. So you never have new supply in the system. So the only places that are cheap because you've artificially stunted the market, right? Are the places that you've run controlled? But you've essentially put people in there that will never leave now because there's no other. It's just it's it's a problem. Feeding another problem, and it doesn't help anyone. It's it's you know, it's like giving like I said it's like giving tenure to two professors to try to protect. Democ integrity, and what happens in the majority is that like, you just have professors or even high school teachers that have tenure that literally just come in and sit in a room and do nothing all day. So, you know, the the the the intention is good. But nobody's sitting back and thinking doesn't actually work, and when you look at how it actually works. It looks like intention doesn't matter anymore, right, especially with the act and here in San Jose's. There's an extra kicker of the fact that on the back side, they're going to reread control the properties. Anyway. So then it's going to be a lower amount that you're earning on the backside to kind of try to recuperate a lot of that what you've lost on the front side. Yeah. It was good that the San Jose city councils kind of finally pulling their head out of the Senate and realizing that they're causing this detriment to the community by making it number one more expensive live here. But also number two more difficult. To even build with an interesting that also happened in the same committee on a split vote. Like, the other one six two four is that the city of Saito's as also implementing a new program or a new incentive by taking one hundred million dollars, which they quote unquote found and using that to kick start eleven new affordable housing projects, basically incentivizing people to come back into the market and build and apparently where they got this money from developer fees, and redevelopment loan fees that they had collected from the act barriers to entries that they had placed on the city of Zana's as before it. So I think that's really interesting concept there because while the city of San Jose councilman council members do seem to have good intention and understand that the free market needs to be freed up in order for houses to be built. And they're to be enough supply in the market. It's also an interested. Dipped in this in the sense that what do you do in a system that's already done something wrong? Like, how do you pay penitence in a in a proper way that actually kind of quote, unquote, redistributes or or a what's the what's the word restitute s- some of the money right because now they're taking this one hundred million dollars, which they gained from messing up the free market system and are essentially going to pick eleven new winners with that money. So I think it's an interesting idea. Like once something bad has happened. And and you know harm has been incurred. How does a government how does this city? How does it state? Right. The issue in such a way that they give retribution to the right people. You don't you just back off you think so so wet what should they do here? Then with the hundred million dollars that they've quote unquote found and that they actually know has was derived from these improper interferences with the free market. They should give it like. An angel investor to the top fifteen development companies that come up with a development idea for in the San Jose area. And then they should back out. Okay. So you think it's actually good what they're doing that? They're going to kick start the the problem. I have that. They're still standing in the foreseeable housing projects section. So they're not really backing out there. Still just funneling the money again through a different broken system and their and the same building restrictions on the same issues with with everybody saying, not my backyard and all that stuff in this area. Still exists there still allowing for all that Bs to go on there. Just saying we're going to take our hundred million and do the same old thing again in hope that it works this time, right? Because all this other Bill is just to do a study to see the act is harming people, right? It's it's kind of obvious from an economic standpoint that. Yeah, of course, read patrol is going to hurt people and make it more. Difficult for people to live in the area. So really for this to be like a even sort of good act. They'd have to also get rid of the Ellis act and stop the bleeding. Yeah. Because I mean, the irony of how you get out of a housing crisis. Is that the impulse to build comes from how expensive you can charge rent? Right. So a developer comes in. And they see an area like San Jose. And they say average rent for thousand square foot two bedroom. One bath apartment is two thousand four hundred dollars a month. Right. And that's on the low side, and they say we can easily throw up three hundred units in this one city block, right? And we can make this much money off of it. And the the rat the sticker price of rent attracts, developers to flood the market with units that they think they can charge this sticker price for right? And then the price goes. Down because you have demand or I mean because you have supply. So it is the sticker price that attracts the people that drive the price down. So this this whole, oh, by the way, this percentage of your units need to be affordable housing. It's it's hamstringing the people that would come in attracted by the sticker price to flood the market with ply and drive the price down. Right. So it's like, it's literally like, you have an Olympic athlete who's like y'all run that marathon for you. And then you're like cool. Let me just like let me just smack you in the CAF a bunch of times. So you get a real good Charlie horse going real nice, Bruce before you ever start running. It's like, dude, you just had an Olympic athletes say they would do this for you. Why are you beating them before they start running like, it doesn't make any sense in the Roenick thing about what it comes to the housing market. Is that a lot of times when you have a supply and demand issue a lot of people? Might say or there is the issue that once there's no incentive or once. There's not as much incentive growth will kinda slow. And so in that way, it's kind of like asymptotically, it's really really quick growing at the beginning. But then it slows down, and so you you don't fully or quickly. I should say meat market demands. But when it comes to housing housing's like the biggest trap that are is because you can't really move a house once you build it. Well, yeah. I mean, it's true. It's true in any market, not just housing, right? That like that there's equilibriums in the market, right? Right. And so as you approach equilibrium with the supply. Yes, there's just going to be a certain price that for the area and all of its attractiveness, and for the amount of people that live here and for the amount of land for the amount of right, whatever that there's going to be a price where it's just going to sit at all things considered right? The the thing is though that it's a Silicon Valley. Ali there's constant influx of people. There's constant influx of demand. And we're not meeting it with supply. So we're not sitting on like, we're not at the point in the graph. Where we've started to drop a little we're at the point in the graph where we're rising we are on the up like we are getting more expensive. It is there is more demand and less and less supply. The ratio is getting worse and worse and worse. And if you don't do something it's not like you're going to like, oh darn be only reach equilibrium. We're not even there yet. We're even in the ballpark of that yet. Right. We're like maybe somebody should start building. So we don't collapse. Right. That's where we're at. We're not we can't even see the portion of the graph where it's like man is really going to go all the way down to five hundred. Maybe it's not worth it to me to build this apartment building. Now. Like that's fifteen years in the future. I totally agree with you like there's going to be an almost constant. Supply for the next ten years or froze long as tech companies still have multimillion dollar first round investments and things like that within what I saying is that when it comes to housing, it's not it's not like a food truck or it's not like like. Oh, yeah. Oil, right. You can't just pick it up and take it away. Right. Once you build a house. It is for all intents and purposes part of the supply forever, and you can't change that a can't pick it up and move it. So in reality, the housing market should be almost win when when free should be almost demand-driven because supplies stays forever for the most part fifty to sixty years, you know, you have to renovate, but for the most part buildings are pretty long term term investments. That's the weirdest thing about the housing market in this area is that usually in housing markets, or at least the places that I lived it is a renter's world like you walk into an apartment complex. Of the places that I've lived you have enough to pay their rent. You are the king like you are their God divine right in this area. It's so flipped because the supplies so low it's not a renter's world, it's the leasers world. It's a landlords world. Right. And they can turn down anybody. They want because they're so many people looking for places to live and. Yeah, land and real property are very they are the way they are. They stay where they stay. Right. But like, it's a good investment there. Like it. It's a want. It's essentially a big one time investment with little maintenance as along the way, it's passive income for people. You know, it's it's I mean, it's not like it's not like real estate stops. Being a good investment. No matter how cheap the market is in. There's this classic stereotype of greedy, landlords or landlords to. Heiko prices, greedy, re for the most part. And basically, if you let a free market system happen, these greedy landlords would continue to be greedy. And they would try to get more out of their properties in the sense that they would want to build more. So that they can capitalize on the money. And then they it would they would be foisted on their own petard. Right. They would be they would fall into their own trap into the own their own hole that they've dug for them by trying to get more and more, greedy. It's believed that these landlords that these developers are greedy that should be a good thing. And that should be a reason why you promote the free market because they're gonna do what they're gonna do. I mean, this is the this is the trope of the free market. Right. And this is why everybody says, you know, if you wanna call someone on a pyramid scheme like you gotta get in on the ground floor. Right. You gotta get in while it's hot you gotta get in while. It's good, right? This is the free market like at some point your greediness prices. You. Out at some point. How hard you hustled, and how much money you made is exactly the reason what you gotta move onto another business because it was too good. And everybody thought was that good? So everybody rushed to do this. Right. And the next thing, you know, you thought you were going to come in a big shot running some building charging two thousand five hundred for every unit and you're down five hundred because everybody on their mother saw that it was a good investment. Right. You can't be the, greedy landlord forever. You gotta get in while it's hot you got to get on the ground floor. Right. And as soon as you're not on the ground floor anymore, and it's not hot anymore. You can't be that, greedy. You know, because the market is is pushing you to be realistic to price realistically and people leave people customers leave they just don't like your Bs anymore, and they move on right in the run-up thing. Again, going back to the housing construction talk is the fact that houses our long-term relatively low. Invetsments their high up front cost than low maintenance cost. So even a greedy landlord who's going there? Just for the initial big boom of profit is gonna wanna stay there continue to have that stuff because it's still going to be profitable for them yet, and it's passive income. It's never a bad idea to have that even if it's kind of a low profit margin, you're making money off of it. And it just sits there, and you have to come in once a year and paints and stuff like that's not a bad idea ever. And. Yeah, maybe you move onto the next city where you think it's hot and now, and you do the same thing. Right. That's how you get the trope of like big real estate developers. But so what who cares it means? I've got an affordable place to live. It means. I'm able to like pay my rent, right, right? Hate the trope of the greedy, the greedy real estate investor or the, greedy landlord. It's like, oh, the greedy landlord whose only allowed to be greedy. Because the government has you know. Foisted itself up on this market and made it such that the incentive allow this person to be greedy and the law protects their greed young. It's really the real estate guys fault. Induct? I couldn't do that. If the laws weren't the way they are protecting his ability to do that. Exactly. And that's why hopefully the sodas as city council will remove this act and allow for free market building. And they could even get a little bit in the way in the sense of just making sure they're not building Ricky buildings, but in reality there too holy too deep into this market, and they need to get themselves out of it. Oh, yeah. And those units that are going to be rent controlled all that's going to do the other units more expensive, right because take Yep. Yeah. They're gonna make their profit somewhere. I guess not even profit they're gonna make their money back on the investment they put into that real property somewhere. And you know, the first five years, you might not even be seeing profit. So. So you got a least make your bottom line. And you know, if the government comes in and says, hey, these ten units have to be fourteen hundred month, you're gonna go cool. I was going to charge twenty six hundred. So that extra twelve is going to go on this unit this unit and this unit like at the money doesn't just like come out of thin air. It just gets reallocated to other units that are going to pay more now right in with these with the way the market is now very rarely go down when there isn't excess of supply to push it down. So that means it will start. Hi with every new ten. It will continue to go up and up and up and increase. So it might be nice for the, you know, five or ten people who get fixed red price controlled houses. But for everybody else trying to fight it find a place, it's going to be terrible. And you know, there's more people trying to find a place in there. Our rent controlled places. And if you've been control everything you don't motivate people to build. Yeah. So moving onto more outright, positive news out of California. Anything out of the California government is that a Bill proposed by the California state Senate would see college athletes, beginning paid for likeness rights, essentially. Yeah. So basically any celebrity or public figure has what's called like the right of publicity. And that just means that you can't use their likeness their faith or like, sometimes even the outline of their body. If that's unique enough you can't so like snooky or like jaylo if you saw that outline of J lo you might be able to go that's jaylo. You know what I mean? So quick question. This is a little bit of a sidebar. Yeah. Could that be the reason why so many athletes stars have crazy hairstyles? So that they rights to out. Outlines maybe so the college athletes don't have any I guess, they might soon in California, but they don't have any rights to publicity because they are not professional athletes. And so they're not seen as like technically public figures or technically celebrities because the assumption that to be celebrity, whatever you're doing to be famous, you should at least be a professional at right, which is hilarious and Wendling in today's society. Because I don't know if Paris Houghton's a professional at literally anything except for being rich and being a Hilton, right, but. Shocking. So all this will do is it won't pay college athletes for their play. But it will recognize that they're public figures and that they. Their likeness is noticeable by the public to the point that somebody could sell a video game or a kid's meal or a pair of beats headphones based entirely on the likeness of the athlete. So like think about like rob gronkowski in college. Right. Like, rob gronkowski's likeness could've sold beats headphones. Even when he was still a college football player or vodka for that matter, actually, rob gronkowski's likeness could have sold vodka better than it would still be headphone by you. You know what I mean? And he would have made no money off of that. And where it gets really creepy and sketchy actually with like with sports video games. So a lot of like you'll see like an NCWA basketball video game. Right. And you go into the game and you can play as the of the players, right? And they can put their jersey name their full name their stats all that stuff on a video game. And a college athlete. Never sees that money. They're taking game footage of that college athlete, and they're putting that through a computer program as the young people say, and they're creating the the animation essentially of the character playing basketball, and it's that person it's that player, it's their height and weight and their rebounds per game and everything right? But they seem no money for it. So basically what this would do is. It would just record. Ignites college athletes as the public figures that they are especially at big like Pac twelve conference conference teams. Right. And it would just say like if hey if someone's gonna make video game and put your face in the video game and make you a player that some kid can come in and play and sell the video based on the fact that they can play as you. They gotta pay. You would be undetected unintended or intended bonus for this is that I think it would also get rid of a lot of the corruption that we see around college recruiting sense of and everybody knows this. If you don't know this this is happening. It's happening all the colleges it's probably happening at your alumnus college is that coaches or people socio with the coaches or boosters are bribing athletes to come to their school come into their college with cars and things like that. Yeah. Basically number one because they're not getting the athletes. Getting paid at all. But in reality athletes, when they even get full ride scholarships. Do not have a lot of money to live off of. And so they wouldn't be able to afford a car, and they can't work. That's right. They don't have a lot of money, and they can't work. So they couldn't afford a car. They couldn't afford nice food and stuff like that. But they're athletes in their faces are in games in there in front of thousands of people who are paying hundreds of dollars in. So they feel like they deserve that money. And they do that's the thing is they do. And so this will alleviate some of that. Yeah. Indignant upset nece that they have about the fact that they're getting paid next to nothing essentially, but producing so much value for the schools the phrases righteous indignation. Okay. But yeah. But yeah. Yeah. Side note on how ignorant people are as to like the fact that every single division one basketball. Football players sensually gets a stipend if you know their name, they're paid in some form to be there. One hundred percent, right. I was in the eye within student union, my freshman year, and I was just like eating dinner and this huge guy clearly football, recruit, right? Comes through with three guys who are all, you know, mid thirties mail in head to toe. Arizona football gear, and they're showing this kid around. Right. And they're like this is a student union. And here's all the places you can eat and a right. He's recruit, right, obviously. And his dad who's with them older guy asks like, oh, how you know like how expensive is it for kids eat here in general right per week. And the guy goes unaware about it. He gets an eight hundred dollar week stipend. And the dad goes is that legal and they go not really but for your kid. Eight hundred dollar week stipend. And then he turns to the kidney says, oh, and those Jordan Z wanted we have those in your size back at the back at the recruiting office and the kid was like dope. And the look on his face was like that's not the best offer. He's heard this week like one hundred percent, you know, Cal gave him bigger stipend. And like, maybe a car, you know, and so funny when like the whole AirAsia basketball recruiting thing went down and everybody was like coach Miller would never pay players. And it's like everybody in the Pac twelve plates players every single person. Does it what planet? Do you live on? How naive are you those players? That's a job like the hours that they're in training hours that they're weightlifting the hours that they're doing the game review. The all this the travel like they that's a job ended an excessive job. It's like twelve hours a day. Yeah. They're getting paid one way or the other top of. Yeah. Well, yeah, they have to show up to those classes and pretend like they care. Also, that's part. You know, what I mean drag your raggedy in there after twelve hours of whatever the football team made you do that day. It's hard to go into Phil to and pretend like you give I think it's hilarious that people don't realize that happening in the world. And this is like you said, maybe a good step to them being able to have some kind of income while they're doing all this backbreaking work for an institution. That says we paid you in that that you didn't complete. End. It'll kind of take some of the incentive to go to maybe some of the larger colleges where you'll get that bigger stipend. Maybe take a chance outgoing some smaller ones and becoming a bigger fish, and maybe earning some revenue from your likeness. Yeah. And so this Bill Senate Bill two six fairplay to play act introduced by Senator Nancy Skinner of Berkeley is going to be making its way through the California legislature. And hopefully it will pass before we continue onto our final story. I want to take a quick mid episode break to talk about our newest charity sponsor. Hey there everyone. It's John your youthful loving host here at the mid break. You may be wondering yourself, John. Where's the new charity merge? You promised as new charity merge. We want the new charity merge while I'm here to tell you. I don't have it are ticked juices have been used up. I don't have it in me to make beautiful art like I did last month. But we still want to vote a nonprofit for February and with the month being short. Now, we thought one promote the big charity that creates the smallest political quiz. 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And it's a story about a Bill proposed by Representative Daniel dynamic of buffalo grove is proposing that before Chicagoans can get their firearms license that they have to submit their public social media accounts to the Illinois police as evidence, so basically Chicago legislature wants, or at least this guy, this politician wants people to submit their social media accounts as evidence for when they're judged to get a firearms license, so like the Pepe the frog. Meaning that you posted five years ago may deny you from getting a firearms license or being able to purchase. Firearms in Chicago creepy amount of power, it's tooth objective. That's the thing. Like, if it's like background checks, like mental health checks and things like that. Like, okay. That could there's a subjective measure for that. Right. Like, a licensed psychotherapist to meet with you or whatever it is. Right. And that's a little bit harder to fudge because you'd have to be paying the guy, and they have ethical professional oaths and all that stuff. But just hey, let's look at your Facebook account and who's gonna look at that who like there's no professional trained to look at Facebook accounts. And no if you're going to be a murderer like what memes qualify, you to be murderous, and what professional Meam are knows exactly the means like you'd have to have a degree in like, meaning and also like psychology. I don't know what kind of professional is qualified to look at someone's Facebook account. And determine whether or not you're a danger to society. It's just it's not it is as my Christian philosophy teacher from high school would say about all psychology. It's a soft science. That's the way to say that it's not real science. It's so funny because like what me is going to be over the line in. What mean is going to be? All right. Like like is a pep mean too, far probably. And then we'll go back to like, what's another good Meam? That's going around the internet right now. I don't do the memes will like there's also like this whole subject of like semi dark or like. Yeah. Like sad means words talking about like, oh killing yourself and things like that. Right. So that's going to get you like all even though it's obviously joked that's can get you. Yeah. The tide pod challenge memes, or like, which ones are going to trigger off that police officer tell you right now that I would not be able to have a firearm because I'm to fund of all the Kathleen Zoellner memes where it's just her face looking really pissed off. And it just says, and then I felt what what is it like then I felt a burning and controlled rage. And I would not be I've to dark of a sense of humor. I also say I wanna die a lot in like casual conversation, and including on my Facebook page. So that would also make me seem like a suicide risk. Yeah. This is a good point. Like if you have a stencil Blee, right? A person with a gun who's angry enough about something? Anything could begin to take out their anger on innocent people with that gun. Right. Right. So. So it wouldn't even necessarily have to be violent maims. It would just have to be an excess of memes on any particular topic showing disgust for any particular topic that could possibly at some point in your life morph into a murderous rage connected to that particular topic right in like if we go back to last week where we obviously saw sheriff's department in Houston being or threatening to go after people who descend against police officers. Right. You could see that happening in Chicago. Now, where if you make opera pig joke, all of a sudden, you're not allowed to get a firearm. And now, you're more vulnerable because of a joke or something that you believe not to mention, and this is the Beth part of all of that. They now have your name and your faith in their brain. So the the most dangerous scenario, and this is when you get denied, and for whatever reason they have your name and your. Face and where you live because you turned in papers to get this firearm, right and all this stuff. So now, they think you're dangerous, and they know all your information, and you're supposed to tell me that that doesn't lead to police overreach and police brutality and police stalking people on the street because oh last March you apply to get a firearm. And we thought that your means, we're kinda sketchy. And now, we're watching you every day. Like, I mean, come on. And especially in Chicago, like there are cities I will not move to because of the stories and the cases that I've read Detroit, Chicago Baltimore. I mean, we just don't mess with the police there for obvious reasons. Yes. If you're a Chicago win, and you're looking to get a new firearm, you better hide your Joe Joe and shaggy memes before you go into play for your life. If you're Chicago. 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How Protests Can Change Policy; New Book Recommendations

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How Protests Can Change Policy; New Book Recommendations

"From NPR IN WB you are I'm Tanya Moseley I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here now. As the coronavirus crisis continues after more than a week of unrest over police, violence and racism the Labor. Department reported so much better than expected news today that the unemployment rate fell last month to thirteen point three percent, some economists had been worried. The jobless rate might hit twenty percent in a statement at the White House president trump called it an affirmation of his past three and a half years in office. This leads us onto a long period of growth will have the greatest. We'll go back to having the greatest economy anywhere in the world. Nothing close. Washington Post, White House reporter Tulu Lulu. Joins US now told Lou? How are people making sense of how the unemployment rate was so much better than economists expected? There's very little about this. That makes a lot of sense in part because this entire coronavirus pandemic has defied expectations, and it's been very hard to model especially when it comes to unemployment, so economists are definitely happy that the numbers look better than what was expected. It's given them a sense that we may be rebounding more quickly than expected and the reopening of the economy, which has happened over the past several weeks may have led to jobs coming back, but there is still concerned that we still have. Thirteen upwards of thirteen percent of the workforce unemployed. People who've lost their jobs, and even though two point five million jobs added last month, the twenty point five million jobs that were lost in the previous month have still are still part of the picture, and it does appear. This still could be a pretty long rebound, but the fact that the jobs came back more quickly than economists expected as a sign that the rebound could happen more quickly than expected as well. We should also remember that. Congress passed a multi trillion dollar package that included money to allow employers to keep people on the payrolls. Even if they weren't actually going in to work during the last few months now trump's. Former economic adviser Stephen. Moore said it takes a lot of the wind out of the sales of any phase four. Stimulus package from Congress. He said we don't need it now. There's no reason to have major spending bill. The sense of urgent crisis is very greatly dissipated by this report. Do you think that this good jobs report is going to take the wind out of the sails as he said of any more stimulus coming from Washington? Definitely will for a large number of Republican lawmakers, their mantra over the past several weeks has been. We should wait and see how the trillions of dollars that have already been approved impact the economy, and then we will decide whether or not we need to have a face for deal. A president trump has said that he wants some kind of face for not necessarily strict stimulus into the economy, but he's talked about. About things like a payroll tax cut deductions for business meals and entertainment things that he's long wanted, but he sees this pandemic as an opportunity to push them through. Democrats are in a very different place. They want a lot more money for local governments, and they wanted to move much more quickly than the Republicans did so this could continue the dissension that we have between the two parties about how to move forward. In the of this pandemic in the middle of this economic recession and president trump is sort of the wild card in figuring out whether he will take a pause or push for those items that he has long wanted, anyways as part of a phase four, and maybe cut a deal with the Democrats if Republicans do not see the urgency after this jobs report. This morning president trump claimed victory over these social unrest that we've seen across the country since George Floyd's death last week. He cited the use of national. Guard troops to quell looting in Minneapolis listen in Minneapolis. We were incredible it they were ripping that place apart I love the I love it. We had such success there. And they were ripping it apart, and I called the governor and. The National Godwin and one night. It was over. You don't see the problem in Minnesota now at all, not even a little bit. Now the president ignored, shouted questions about what his plan is for police violence. Is. He going to respond to the broader debate in this country about racism or just tried to change the subject. He has been. The subject for the better part of the last couple of weeks, and I expect that to continue. It's not an issue that he wants to talk about. Because as far as we can tell based on his past statements, it's not says something he believes he believes that he should side with the police and even if he was disturbed by the killing of George Floyd. He doesn't think it is a broader problem within policing. Even as we've seen multiple videos of police brutality in recent weeks in the middle of these protests, the president has called for police to dominate these cities, and he is actually been in favor of these tough tactics that police have taken even against peaceful protesters. The president believes that there's a systemic problem or that racism or police brutality or something that he needs to discuss on a broader level. Instead he wants to focus on sort of get tough approach to law and order, and that seems to be his message coming out of this when we should note that as the president was speaking this morning. At the White House there were many more barricades, a lot more security than usual because of what's been going on on the streets, and in fact, sixteenth street near the White House in Washington DC has been renamed. Black Lives Matter Plaza and a huge black lives matter has been painted on the street by the order of the mayor of Washington, so quite an extraordinary scene, total old White House reporter for the Washington. Post, thank you, thank you. One of the larger demands of the black lives matter movement is for cities to reduce the amount of money that goes towards police in Minneapolis, the group's black visions, collective and reclaim the block are asking the city to re allocate forty five million dollars from the police to health and safety programs and city officials. There have actually signal that they're willing to consider it and in Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and some city council members. Members are proposing to cut up to a hundred and fifty million dollars from the LAPD budget for the next fiscal year. Joining us now is La City Council member, Karen Price, he was one of the members who introduced this proposal and Mr. price before the protests mayor Garcetti was actually proposing an increase in funding for police. And you and the mayor are now proposing something different. Where with this money cut from police go to instead. Let me, just say. Are In an extraordinary time, and it requires express their reaction. You know, and I'm not just the council member representing the Ninth District in. Los Angeles I'm a sixty nine year old black man, and so been sensitive to issues regarding racial justice really all my I don't like it, but this is an exciting opportunity and exciting window. They have a chance to reallocate resources in a way that can really make a difference off. Proposal is to have the police join making cuts that were making all across all across the board with other city departments. And redirecting funds that can benefit the black Latino and other other surf communities. Used to expand the the community safety program for example. The community partnerships ESPN, which is an exciting collaboration between the police. Department and camellias opposites assigned to certain areas. They are actually apply to be the officers in theory they interact with the community providing a sports and leisure programs for the you really embedding themselves that we've had successful projects in my district with this program, and we should be expanding these programs. All over are sitting one hundred and fifty million. Though a tiny fraction of the more than one point, eight billion dollars that's allocated to the LAPD next year. Progressive activists say that really is a drop in the bucket. It's not substantial. Change your response to this. Disagree I think a hundred million dollars from the police, a total two hundred fifty million dollars. The city budget is a significant start No, but it's beginning points and you know it gives the La a chance to demonstrate that it is the progressive houses city looking. Not just relying within the past. How can we need to? Now you know we're working closely with the police department to. It's GONNA come from. They're not going to be imposed laterally. I'm vice chair of the budget. Committee we're going to begin deliberations in fact the next week. WE'RE GONNA. Be Talking about the how we. Realized nine read. To our our goals for for justice in in our city I want to ask you about something else. Though LAPD biggest police union however has criticized this proposal. They say Your City Council. President is dehumanizing police officers. And these cuts will mean a cut of things like anti bias and De Escalation Training. It actually won't have the effect that you want. How do you respond to that? I disagree I. THINK WE HAVE TO TRY I? I certainly had a brandon supportive of the police. You know they play. You need important role in our community. They certainly the LAPD has certainly changed over the past thirty years. you know he was once very regressive oppresses occupying force. Now it is more of a community, a resource and so we think it's appropriate that we worked closely with with an apartment lease. figure out how we can realign reassign. These? hundred million for example. Is definitely the amount the covers overtime? For the Police Department for the year. Yeah, we know. It'd be the same pressure overtime sporting events. It'd be going on concerts, not going to be going on her. They're gonNA be ways. We can make some cuts. We just gotTa be created. There, cookie cutter a certain way. We don't know this is all uncharted territory, but that's what makes it so exciting. That, we can do this together in a way. That demonstrates to our community that were serious about issues around racial justice. We're serious about concerns about equality, and we are hearing the demonstrations that are going on not just in La, but all over this country in back all over the world. That's La. COUNCILMEMBER KAREN IN PRICE. Thank you so much. It it feels like nothing in the news. These days makes any sense, so hud hodge turned to his father, and his faith for answers he said, don't worry about the number of questions. Just worry about which questions become more clear and solidified comedian been hajj on how spirituality is getting through. Listen subscribed to. It's been a minute from NPR. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi says the Congressional Black Caucus will announce new legislation next week to address police, brutality and racial profiling. This comes on the heels of days of continuous protests across the country sparked by the death George, Floyd, but is this a moment in history that will actually lead to meaningful legislation. US now is gay. Oriel Charles who is professor at Duke University School of Law and the Co. Director of the Duke Law Center on law, race and politics key welcome back. Thank you wonderful to be back. We'll have you been surprised at all. By the energy that has grown behind the protest movements, and how quickly it has ramped up after the police killing of George Floyd. To some extent Jeremy I have. Obviously. I have not been surprised that these events have taken place. But as you said the energy, it's speed especially in a moment of pandemic. Where there are worries about health, but people have overcome those words, because the seems to be an inflection point. This moment seems to be a very different moment. It reminds me of the sixty four civil rights moment the sixty three, the civil rights movement where people said enough is enough. And they demanded change, and that seems to be what we're seeing today and they got changed in the form of the Civil Rights Act. Just remind us what the importance of that act was. What did it do? Well we had to fundamentally important acts the sixty four civil rights act, and the sixty five voting rights act, and if you want to use sixty five voting rights as an example, the impetus, for it was the violence from the Edmund Pettus Bridge where the civil rights marchers were marching voting equality, and they wanted to go to the capital and Montgomery Alabama and they were met with violence by the police, and when people saw that on their television screens, they said. Said, you know, we can no longer have the type of racial discrimination in voting that we've had historically in this country, and they demand the change, so the united with the civil rights movement, and we got change in the form of the voting rights. Act that made discrimination, it was already illegal under the constitution, but enforce the constitution and brought in the southern states, were the major discriminators to make sure that black people and people of color can vote without discrimination. So, why do you think that it's this moment that is comparable to what was happening back in the early sixties, and not the moment immediately following Michael Brown, Eric Garner, or Freddie gray or Sandra Bland. Why is it George Floyd? What was it about that? That really changed everything you know. There's something about watching that video. And watching a police officer, a person's own government put his knee on the neck of helpless individual. And that individual saying I can't breathe and the officer callously and indifferently ignoring cries, there was no reason for it and the life being sucked out of that man that I think. At a point in which society reaches and they said we have seen too many of these things enough is enough, but there's something about that video that is particularly callous and the cumulative effects of seeing similar things at some point in time, something was going to galvanize this nation, and it seems that this is the straw that broke the camel's back. It is particularly unnerving is particularly disturbing. And if one does not look at that video and say a human being can't take the life of another human being by using the force of the state, there's something that's missing inside of us and I think people here said we are fellow human beings, and we want to make commonality with our fellow human beings, their respective of their race, their class, their region. Well I have to say is I've been thinking about that moment over the last week. Week and I am a white man. I've never been arrested by the police, but I think there would be greater odds of you and I being two planes that crash into each other than me doing anything that caused a police officer to do that to me to do to me what he did to George Floyd. which sort of shows you, the difference in the system of justice in this country for black and Brown people versus for white people. This is exactly right, and and we're seeing it's hard. I think for most white people to imagine the experiences that black people have. I was talking to my father recently, and we were just telling stories about our experiences. Every single black person has multiple stories, and it's not an exaggeration, and the research bears this out on the racial disparities on stops, racial disparities, unrest racial disparities in Rasmus and it is hard for most whites to believe, but when you see something like that and to think that if you're a white person, it wouldn't happen to your son or your daughter or another person who's white. It is the story and the habitual. Act that people of color have to live with relatively daily basis and I think that turns something. And each and every single one of us, no matter what race or location is if we are decent human beings. What is your reaction to the? Charge against the Minneapolis police officer who held his neon George. Floyd's leading to his death, and the charges brought against the three officers who did not intervene while that happened. Well, the first thing that we are seeing and this is again why this moment may be different first of all we are now seeing prosecutions that charges are being brought that serious charges are being broad and I think not only does it send a message, but it is also an important step in the justice system. Now we need to see juries routinely apply the facts and the evidence to the law, and where appropriate to hold people accountable to convict them based upon the law and based upon the facts and not based upon bias. And so for me, seeing these charges brought seeing serious charges broad which communicate that the attorney general and and Minnesota is determined to see justice served here so I was encouraged by what I saw and I'm guessing. The country's encouraged by what they saw not only seeing charges brought, but those charges being serious upgraded to reflect the gravity of the situation in a way that meets both the facts of what happened as well as the law. You have a history in the state of Minnesota. You were at the University of Minnesota Law School for many years. Do you think that there's something about what happened happening in that state in the north, not in the south that changes for people. I have to say that. It's surprised me to see that it is Minnesota so i. think that this is a very important point that one can't simply say it's the south or that one can't simply say this is backwards region what I think Minnesota displays, and it's consistent with. The experience of black people wherever they find themselves that there is racism. Racism is embedded throughout parts of our country. That doesn't mean we haven't made progress we have, but you can't assume that simply because it's the north or the West or it can only happen in the south because that's not true, it's not consistent with our history, and it's not consistent with our experience. And so it did surprise me a little bit. That Minnesota was the catalyst. It didn't surprise me that this happened in Minnesota, but that surprise that it was Minnesota that was the catalyst, and maybe in some respects it demonstrates had this happens everywhere that black people are subject to the police state wherever they find themselves in this country. So, this is happening five months before an election and it does seem like some are trying to harness the energy of the protest and get people to vote you see a lot of social media posts end with the word vote. you study voting rights you talked about the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five. What do you think will come out of what's happening right now? What has to come out of protests. Politics is legislation now. This is very difficult and this particular moment first of all some states have imposed or have not made it easy for people to vote especially in the midst and worries about a pandemic. And the honest reality the party that is most likely to adopt reform at least the federal. Are the Democrats and they don't control Congress and they certainly don't control the presidency. And, so clearly political change will have to happen if these issues are to be dealt with at the federal level, and some of them can be dealt with at the state level, so it is important for people to get out and vote. It is important for people to come the barriers because of the political process is the engine of political change so protest politics is a prelude. Prelude to the types of political process changes that people want to see so that way this moment in fact matters, so it is true that these protests seem to be very different. It's galvanizing. A group of young multiracial people who are saying enough is enough, but it's not going to change if it doesn't lead to legislation at the state level as well as at the federal level. Is Key Uriel Charles who is professor of law at Duke? University School of law and the CO director of the Duke Law. Center on race and politics. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. The Navajo nation has the highest corona virus infection rate per capita in the country in the aid package passed by Congress six hundred million dollars in relief, money is being sent to the tribe, but as Laurel Morales of member station. K. J.. Z., Z. reports what the law allows isn't necessarily what the Navajo people say they need. At the end of March, the coronavirus relief package called the cares act set aside eight billion dollars for tribes, but the money comes with restrictions. It can only be used to cover expenses that are quote incurred due to the public health emergency, but on the Navajo nation. The public health emergency is inherently related to some basic infrastructure problems over thirty percent. Of Our Navajo people don't have running water Navajo. President Jonathan Nes- The way to address the public health emergency is to make sure people can wash their hands with clean running water if there is a second surge or any future pandemics. It's very impractical that we begin to plan for the future. It's like demanding the second floor of the House. Be Built before the first floor, and it's not just what the money can be spent on its how quickly the money needs to be spent. The Treasury Department is giving tribes until the end of the year to spend the money, but building waterlines takes time literally possible. Abba. Completed Jason John. WHO MANAGES THE NAVAJO NATION? Department of Water Resources says each step must be approved by the tribal council end. It's federal counterparts building waterlines just to get it to to construction. Bid It out and elected construction company. Prosper takes between two to two and a half years alone and in construction, after Dan could take a year to year and a half I was at tribal administrator for several years so I understand what that means new. Mexico congresswoman. deb Holland is working on a fixed. That wouldn't require a whole new law. You win a grant and that's just the beginning. Might take you five years to get your project through. This is the problem and one of the things we are absolutely working on is to cut some of that red tape Holland who is a member of the Laguna. Pueblo says the tribes don't need to go through other entities to get the work done. Especially during a public health emergency tribes come to us and tell us we want. Want more time on. This will absolutely go to bat for them, but building waterlines is just the beginning Navajo Council delicate Amber Kanawha. Crotty says many basic needs on the Navajo. Nation could help combat the current virus electricity, more hospitals, doctors and nurses better housing. I I put together myself a two billion plus package guess to address Corona virus. This is a band-aid six hundred million A. A Lot, but it's a bandaid. Crotty as looking at how west Africa dealt with the Bulla crisis, and says it's time to address the longstanding inequities on the Navajo nation and take a holistic approach to fighting the pandemic definitely has to be the time where we do a paradigm shift, and think about instead of being reactive. We now have the opportunity to be very proactive. Tribes leads and. And executive branches have gone back and forth over how best to spend the federal funds and expedite that spending President Nez says the tribe has to work together when this is no time to play games. This is no time to play politics. This is the time to unify in unite. That unity is necessary to begin building public health infrastructure on the Navajo nation from the ground up. For NPR, news I'm Laura Morillas flagstaff. Hundreds of mourners attended a memorial in Minneapolis last night to remember George Floyd, whose death has sparked a movement around the world. The four police officers involved in floyd staff have also been arrested and charged days after the protests and activists are pushing for several reforms including cutting the police department's budget for more on this call to action. We're joined now by Minnesota Protester Tony Williams who is also an organizer with reclaim the block. Thank you for joining us. Absolutely thanks for having. Tony, what an intense week! What is it like right now in Minneapolis? It is very intense i. think the interesting part about it is though there's been an immense outpouring of anger and grief happening. There's also an incredible amount of hope resilience. That Minneapolis is displaying in this moment. We've really seen the city. Come together in order to. Have a more beautiful vision of what Minneapolis could look like when you drive around. Minneapolis, right now you see plywood covering up buildings to protect them, but then you see beautiful community street are on the outside of that plywood, demanding an end to the Minneapolis Police Department and Justice for George. Floyd in our community is coming together and organizing around black patrols and sharing resources and We're really seeing a massive ground swell of support for new ways of keeping our community safe out side of the police department. Mentioning the police department I said how those four officers have been arrested and charged. Is this a move in the right direction? What else is your organization demanding certainly well when you look at the history of the Minneapolis, Police Department which we've done with our community report MPG one fifty. She can find 'em. PD FIFTY DOT com what we end up seeing. Seeing is that there's a cycle of police brutality and reform There's an atrocity perpetrated by the police There is an outcry in protest against that there are reforms that are passed or accountability measures that are taken, and they're stagnation or backsliding, and those police officers being held accountable is not justice because we know that it doesn't fundamentally shift this system. Towards. A place where more black people aren't at risk of being murdered by the police here in Minneapolis, so it's a step in the right direction but It's clear that we're not going to solve police. Brutality or systemic racism in America by focusing on individual offer officers. The whole system is rotten to the core and I think that what's become clear to elected officials to community members to activists here in Minneapolis. Is that reform of the Minneapolis police? Department is impossible. We've been held up as a national model of how policing should look, and it's become clear that. Despite all of the dollars and time and energy poured into community policing here in Minneapolis. That reform is not going to work, and we're not going to find the type of department we want to, and so I think community members and elected officials here are in agreement that it's actually time for us to dismantle our police department and build alternatives to keep our community safe. You know the eyes of the world have been on Minneapolis and the protests It's a big call to action for those in support and they've been able to donate to reclaim the block from former presidential candidate who Castro to pop stars that we've seen have have donated to the 'cause. How are you all processing this outpouring of support? And what do you want to use all of this money and support towards? Yeah I mean I. Think it's indicative of. Exactly like where the country has arrived on this discussion of police abolition. That we're seeing millions of people on contribute to US and Put up our work. We want to recognize that a lot of that is not necessarily just about our work, right? It's about the broader movement towards a police future, I'm and so we are finding ways and want to find ways to share that money with other folks. In Minneapolis and around the country as well I'll say that. I think that all of that money from our perspective is spent to create a police free future here and elsewhere and that's where we want to focus on keeping those resources. That's Tony Williams and. With re claimed the block Donnie thank you so much. Thank. You have a good day. It's not just big cities where young people are demanding police reform. They're also taking to the streets in small towns and suburbs throughout the country people. By police brutality have gathered in places like Laramie. Wyoming Waco Texas Fort. Wayne Indiana and Bar Harbor Maine. One of those protesters is eighteen year old marcus pruitt who lives in Glen Ellyn Illinois. He's with the group Chicago burbs for Justice High Marcus I- as. Well, thank you for being here so buffalo. Grove, where these protests have been happening, is about thirty three miles north of Chicago and it's so small. It's actually considered a village We've been talking a lot about big city protests. But what have the protests there have been like? Honestly they've been really good. The protests that we had yesterday. We did not expect a bigger turnout as we got it all. We were able to get a lot of. Of, voices of the community to speak we spoke to a lot of the voices of the community, and we were really able to make the message known that this stuff is really really happened everyone's community end and it was really nice to just see people come together and fight for real change, because in times like now it's so hard to stay hopeful and in people really fighting for what they believe in brings joy to my heart, yeah! And what are some of the problems that are important to you in the suburbs as you all protest? We really believe that systematic racism is real whether it be through the ways that the system is setup to keep people of color down the ways. Certain communities are over police. Aren't. The police shouldn't be militarized in in these small neighborhoods. And what's your experience been like in the town where you live in Glen Ellyn? Out Driving, the other day passed my police department We're having a peaceful protests and pass the police department and they were all lined up in the parking lot. Full riot gear shields tons of cars like all of it and I saw that and I'm honestly. The first thought that came to my head was while I. Don't know why they have all of this year. If we made it known that this protest is going to be peaceful and we're really just there for change they shouldn't have. All of these shields, and all this weaponry, and be lined up like an army, just for peaceful protests, like and if that's how it is in my small suburb, and imagine how it is and inner cities and more urban areas and cities Chicago. Even I was working in Chicago on Saturday and I drove through the protests, and like ten fifteen police cars. Were flying passing I wholeheartedly believe that public services important, but it's just it's. It's really crazy food to be honest. You just finished your freshman year at Illinois State University. How are you feeling about this moment? In history, and how it could impact your future I feel like this moment in history is really just going to. Help. Define me and what I really stand for, and and it's going to show in every aspect of life for me. Even about work I'm a journalist. I'm a writer. I've been doing it for a little over a year now and as soon as this happened I, completely shifted my writing. I usually focus on on music, fashion and things like that and black culture is definitely in those industries, and so I figured. Hey, I have to focus on my fellow people. We're going through a hard time right now. I have to highlight the good that we do the struggles that we go through with my writing so. I feel like this moment in history is just going to further influence everything that I do when it comes to my job, my career. How I carry myself it. It's really just gonNA. Affect all aspects of life for me. Are you protesting again today, and what's what's next? I'm not sure if I'm going to be able to make it out to protest today just because. I do have to work. I make my own schedule when it comes to work. Instead of working I've been putting more time towards these protests, and that's not a bad thing at all, but I do have to focus on my. My financial stability as well but I'm definitely going to back out there. Tomorrow Sunday. I'm going to try to make it to as many protests as I can. I've got a lot of people who want me to speak at their protests to so. I'm going to try to do that I really do everything in my power to help fight for what's right honestly. That's Marcus, pruitt he is one of many young activists in the suburbs of Chicago with a group. CHICAGO BURBS for justice. Thank you so much markets for joining us. Funding for here, and now comes from the listeners of WB you are Boston and your NPR station from mathworks, creators of Matlab and simulink software for technical computing and model based design mathworks, accelerating the pace of discovery in engineering and science learn more at mathworks Dot Com and the Museum of Science in Boston Providing Pre k through grade, twelve engineering curricula from we engineer to engineering the future with teacher, guides, storybooks, kits, and videos all designed to fuel dynamic stem education more at Mos dot org. This is here and now let's take a break from the news for a moment. The author of the Popular Hunger Games series has just published a new book. Suzanne Collins's latest is called the ballad of song, birds and snakes. Petra mayor of NPR books is here to talk with me about it, and she also has some other picks Petra. Hi there, so this new hunger games book is. Is Not a sequel. It takes place before the hunger games books right? Yeah, exactly so if you remember president snow, the villainous presidents know who was up until the very last minute he was the big bad of the original series. And so this is his backstory starting when he is sort of an impoverished student in the capital city of Panam this post, apocalyptic country that collins invented and And he's trying to sort of preserve the illusion. That family is still wealthy, and he's assigned to mentor a competitor in the hunger games, and it's kind of interesting watching snowfall, all of and the challenge that he has in the book, which is of when we meet him the hunger games are this cheap spectacle low budget. Nobody cares about it anymore. The capitalist crumbling and affected by the. The war and he has to kind of figure out how to get people interested in how to how to drum up buzz for the hunger games. She's sort of queasy and fascinating when I remember when the Hunger Games came out, and I was on a beach on vacation, just reading book after book I was hooked on. It is this is much of a page Turner No! If you I kind of think about it like classic doctor, who right like? If you really love the show and you just want to spend time in that world, then go for it. You will enjoy it okay. Will you also brought us some other picks not necessarily but things that we ought to take a look at in this time of staying at home. Home and you bring up. Lois lowry's the giver Quartet. This book series has sold millions of copies, and the first book won a newbery medal. Yeah, exactly so when you're talking about teen Dystopia, you can't not talk about the giver It's Kinda the grand mommy of all of them. It's about a young man growing up in this very regimented society that He. He, thinks is a utopia. He thinks it's great. And then he gradually finds out that it's not and that it is incumbent on him to do something about it, so you know if that sounds familiar, then you will recognize the influence of this book on so many others, but it's different in that it doesn't have the bloody exciting action sequences that you get. Get in the hunger games, divergent or other books of that ilk, it's more driven by emotion is sort of the love of parents for their children by longing, and it's just richly written and wonderful, and if you are in the mood for quality young adult, dystopia highly recommended. You also wanted to talk about another science fiction series. The murder bought diaries by Martha. This is about a murderous robot. I love the murder diary, so murder Bhatt is a CYBORG. It lives in this kind of future Galactic Society, and it's not an independent entity. It's owned by a corporation that rents it out as kind of high tech bodyguard, but the thing about murderer is that it's an Ai and it has hacked its own systems to become more self aware secretly independent of corporate control, and all it really wants out of life is to be left alone so that it can watch downloads of its favorite shows. About by the way is what it calls itself, and it is the most delightfully cranky Cyborg ever met, and of course there wouldn't be a story if humans left alone right, so it's constantly getting into scrapes, and it learns along the way to sort of trust to interact with humans, and learns to acknowledge its own humanity, and even you know the horror to occasionally have emotions, and there are four novellas in this series, so it's pretty. They're pretty easy reads if you just want to try them out and then. The full length book called network effect just came out, and it is every bit as good as the novellas. Okay, we'll listeners to our show may remember an interview. We had just in the last couple of weeks with Lisa Napoli. Whose new book called up all night is about the history of CNN you recommend from scratch by Allen Salkin, which is a history of the food network. Yeah Absolutely I. Read This statistic somewhere that in. In April Food Network was the number one cable network over on weekends, and like the number two non news network during the week, and it is definitely the number one network in my house like with everything that's going on sometimes all. I WanNa do is watch guys. Grocery gains so am. I remember this book. It came out in two thousand thirteen, so it's not exactly up to date, but it is a really informative and. And entertaining and exhaustive history of the food, because if you remember kind of before food network in the in the nineties food TV. Julia Child Writer Yan can cook, or it was mostly like PBS and it was mostly people standing behind countertops, stirring stuff, and so this book shows you how food network grew and kind of transformed all of food TV and you know. It started part of a regional cable network in New England. England and it just became this juggernaut and Allen Salkin talk to several hundred people I think including a lot of the big names, and so there's a lot of juicy gossip in to our well, those all sound like good picks, but I will say Petra that some people may have a difficult time reading in this moment it's Kinda stressful, and it might be hard to focus. Yeah, some people by some people you mean me. There were a couple of months where I could not read it. All and we talked food network I watched a lot of the food network. So I want people to know. Don't beat yourself up. If your brain isn't working this way right now, read whatever works for you for a while. I could only read things I don't for twenty five years, and if you can't read, don't feel bad about that. Books will be there when you're ready for them. That is Petra mayor of NPR books. We've got some more petras picks. If you are in the mood for reading, adhere now, DOT ORG! Petra thanks, you're very welcome. Here now is a production of NPR and WB ASSOCIATION WITH THE BBC World Service I'm Jeremy Hobson Im Tanya Moseley this here now.

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"From workhouse connect in a j Benza vein he likes to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex tapes. James is the guy put the cock in the peacock network. Okay Bitch. Hey everybody. Aj here with fame bitch this is your show for September twenty. The seven twenty nine thousand nine the voices coming back not quite as velvety or scratchy as we like it to be not that right mixed but it's kind of the antibiotics seem to be doing tricks you know simple. I've been taking all these all the antibiotics obviously but also taking over the counter stuff for the throat pro pain. Sinus sinus headaches and all that Shit and not this work in nothing's working he just prayed about kick in and then I saw taking advil Ville like at four. Am To stop the pain in the back of my throat and it worked somewhat so good all advil. Unfortunately I'll horse. I like me need five but when it gets into the night well let's get to the show. Oh by the way check out today's Patriot. It is very indepth an indepth indepth look. I want a good fifty something minutes on fame the effects of fame obviously that's the point of this whole show but I really stuck to that with people I know have have known have had relationships with still do have relationships with Artie. Lang Dwight gooden chuck ladele Tito Ortiz Not Jenna Jameson Dennis Rodman. You'll find it interesting. I think say go check that out. Also it's time for another backpack usually slow with breaking stories a lot of stars takeoff. Don't do much go away. Blah Blah Blah but we did get right that the J. Lo will be performing at the Super Bowl halftime show I do. She'd have a buddy with her. I didn't say should care would be there like a lot of people people have said well it. It is in fact true fact she would be performing with J. Lo which might not be Your Cup of tea. I'll watch it. I think J.lo's good for for fifteen minutes at a time the do her dancing. It's always the same stuff. She is a definite entertainer. She's not a great singer. Good entertainer decent actress. I'll put a notch above decent in the actress category and great big celebrity but I do not want to see the camera cuts to Alex Rodriguez trying to keep rhythm with our once. He's on that stage. Please don't do it down fucking drag them up. There don't bring don't mention his name. 'cause I still hold true to what I believe. I know this marriage will lead combust very subtle. I notice marriage will probably go through but I do. No not think it will last. I think we'll even go through for like a year or not happen at all. I don't think I think we're going to get close to a very big allegation that Alex cheating again. I think it's his nature. I think it's in his blood. He'll always do it and I don't think J. Lo is going to accept that kind of embarrassment mm-hmm and her age at this level of fame I think she is calling the shots with so many men got. She's responsible for changing bath leg. She more or less calmed down P. Diddy. I mean she tells a that. Asks has some kind of calming effect on men and while we're at it. Let's give it a little props. A lot of people think the Kardashians gave the big gas name by big. I'm not trying to save fat but it's not to my liking. That size asked Kayla's not fat. It's in shape. It just rounded under them the kind that I liked but still I think she was the first one to introduce that. Let's give let's give credit where credit's due right. That's what I think and also I don't. I want to be right about this. I said months ago Alex Trebek's do not announce that you beat cancer. Don't say it yet you know. I know it's a victory. You WanNa claim because because the cancer has got pancreatic is awful and it could take somebody quickly and you know he's out there breaking his ass doing shows and he's tobacco. We Love TREBEK's. I don't WanNa be right about it but I've been around this disease too many years for too. Many people just like all of you have to sometimes I think only me has had fucking eight people close to me. We've all had people right next door past because the disease. It's awful but please when you get treated. Give it a year or so before you start talking about. I beat it or it's in remission. Don't do it after a few months. Please for for all of our benefits and I think unfortunately most of us are going to be in that position. One day hate to say it but until there's a cure it's the worst one out there buddy of mine bird current. I brought him up. Great journalists great producer producer he also has got a book out now called the show won't go on. I'm going to be taking stories for that. Book in the coming days probably Monday Tuesday fucking great book. It's got a lot of coverage. We were talking together when he was writing it with a partner. It's all about people who die during in their performances. It's fascinating is such an easy idea. Come out with an often. The best ideas are right there for all of us to pick up and move with fucking bird did it and he's getting a lot of good props in the stories are fascinating not just rock and roll dudes. He's talking about Magicians Symphony conductors. The conductors is like the most one of the most dangerous jobs that happen to music what I mean by that is it has the highest death rates of any instrument humint any job punk rock. You Know Death Metal Hip Hop Symphony Orchestra leaders on a future show so so birds on the following me gets off an airplane and look. He's a big liberal. Haven I go out on a very good naturedly. This just goes to show I have. There's a lot of friends who are out that hate trump and despise what he's doing and are all on board with the new fucking order and I don't I can I can stay friendly with Bert Bill. Maher people like that. It doesn't knock me off my ass. It's the meanness and the cattiness. If we just listened to each other's points of view and walk walk away going I don't see whatever but everytime bird sends me an email or text he always does Hashtag fuck trump and I don't do anything back like shit here and there but anyhow so current gets off an airplane and he calls me. I you know I know that playboy has gone down the drain. It's piece of Shit Rag now. It's never gonNA be the same ethnic died but nobody picked picked it up and ran with the new people who did it. How just completely destroyed it. It's never gonNa make it past another. Maybe the a year and if that's IT I be astonished it's done because of woke editors ruined then Vanity Fair. You're a man that has been such a staple for long form fantastic journalism Marie Brenner Christopher a hitch so many great riders that just you sit down with a sandwich and you just get immersed in the journalists Real Thakin Journalism. They got a new editor so that's on its way out. I hope the journalism will continue but it is. It's teetering and then esquire now esquire along with G. Q. With I two magazines I picked up. I got out of high school and suddenly got really into dressing. Well and I don't even remember how I got this money. I now have gye always had jobs but like I look at old pictures man. I was wearing shirts and ties and suits a fucking. Can I remember getting a job at the mall in Bayshore and working at Ben Hill and working at chess king as I was moving my way up to a better threads. There was a store across the mall. Clapper's Clapper's was joint where I mean. I was nineteen twenty years old. They Sport Jackets for eight hundred bucks first time. I saw shoes for five hundred. I didn't know that even existed at that age but when I walked into clapper's my brother-in-law one that are going to tie for fifty bucks back at that was gigantic. WHOA way going fifty dollars for a time? I get one now to fifty to ten. I mean he didn't get fifteen dollars dollars by talking really good high-end helmet lying Donna Karen. I'm on a you name so I go to clapper's. I welcome clapper's. That's when I finally is law. The men were handed Tumbler of Scotch on the rocks while they shopped think about that world. That was the ease you walked in. You're looking for a suit. Maybe a nice pair boots will eat drink sir. I'll take Johnny Walker. Thank you sir and you walk around. You figured out buying something. After you drank tumbler scotch and tend mm it comes with a guy dressed to the nine with a tie pin and forget it so I went to that stuff. I really got into it and esquire. It was a magazine I looked at and G. Q. in all of the models the way they dress. I wanted low everything about how to look cool style. That's when colognes kicked in you. Start have to learn to talk to girls. You become man aspire really helped me become a man. Well perhaps to tell me about the new editor. I don't even WanNa know his fucking name used to be Dave Grainger who I worked for as a freelance writer and once we worked at J. Magazine. That's now will no longer around but dave is a good man great journalists this new guy who fucked guest Chris. Here's what he writes. It is letters from the editor. He wrote if you ask a stranger singer in the street to describe the esquire man. I bet they'll put them in a suit. There's nothing wrong with that. We love suits but the esquire man contains chains multitudes. She might be a woman or they might be non binary. That's the new impetus behind our regular feature. How we dread Jesus Jesus H Christ the wire man might be a woman. I'm afraid to look at the section. I used to love call women. We we love maybe two hundred word three hundred pieces on women usually in movies or modeling that this particular writer would proclaim his his love for our men's mutual attraction and admiration and longing for a woman Mike. Let's say Catherine Deneuve or you know fancy pants beautiful futile actresses could be anybody Catherine Zeta Joe it could be so many people sheltie eggs well one of the first times I put out a a freelance article the idea I sent the letter. That's what you have to do back in to get a job you want. I WanNa ride article for you. You know it's such a unnerving feeling to have to asked to do that. When you've got no credentials while I ride high school sports and you're gonNA tell us about women we love. I don't think so sport but I knew I could do it because at this point I've already now gotten into the city. I really was attracted to downtown Julie. I just she flew. She threw me. There was all sorts of women in the women. We love section that you could write about an McCain out once a month and I thought she perfect. No one's mentioned her yet. She's kind of woman that g driving is crazy easy with the accident and the body and the dancing and the flirtatious attitude hat on on MTV I queried about I'm GonNa. Write this about downtown. Pendulum Fuck never forget his name. Dave Hershey Hershey with an I not any more of a dick not the chocolate bar the other assault I go. He's he writes a nice letter back and it took weeks blowing up the days weeks. Aj thank you for your submission Michigan. Oh we generally about women but the bad usually such and such does at this point. We're not to turn down your your idea but please continue to submit okay three months later in the magazine world three months later is basically the next issue so I was writing talking about women we love and and Julie Brown the next issue three months later they're working on that issue at that point three months lead-time two and a half to three month lead time so right now it's September October so we're GonNa January's magazine right now and I know that and I opened up the magazine and it's Lebron. It's downtown and some of the writers got at the gate. I fucking tournus and when I got to have my column I made sure I always ranked and knocked on David her. She got so relentless he finally asked asked me to stop. Don't fucking do that to me. Nan Psalm idea. Where was I so yeah esquire. What's what's going to happen to women beloved. What is it going to be like other even going to have that anymore. I took that idea and wrote it for Hamptons magazine a magazine we call Manhattan file and I'd pick these actresses that I thought really beautiful and then I could meet and they'd see me and they'd had nice things to say about me because I wrote it. I was always always think about. How can I meet these girls and that's when Paltrow Patricia Arquette maxine bonds I wrote these flattering articles about them in they saw these articles and when they made their always so happy to meet me smart didn't get anywhere but those three but still it's nice to have that kind of. Aj that so sweet of you thank you thank you know from but it's not just them. It's not just magazines guys. You know. It's fucking happening. You heard Mattel has now introduced gender-neutral neutral dolls. You know this Barbie fucking makeover. It's it's been happening. The Toy sales at department stores most departments. It used to be pretty very well. Designed girls had lots of pink boxes. Dolls and boys had cars and lay those trucks and shit like that those labels are changing because it's harmful stereotypes and gender fluidity has become the norm now so mattel don't releases a new gender neutral line of creative world dolls designed to keep labels out an invite everyone in whereas if what who was buying Barbara just little white blond girls for the last fucking eighty years no one else put Barbie. You've done pretty well. The dog could be a boy girl neither or we're both explained that shit to me simple for thirty bucks you get a fucking doll and they all look like this slender seven-year-old girl with short hair but each box has a wig or long hair and a very versatile wardrobe and it says the wardrobe is buffet any fashion-conscious kids. It's sneakers is graphic t shirts in soothing Greens yellows along. Tutu's camel pants. This is what I'm telling you happen to Hollywood and around other really really crazy professor Russia various they lay out of the bed honey to to today or camel pants they do this and the Pixel two years old and that's what they think pitch kids gender is. I'm sorry it's happening too much now. You can't tell me there's an explosion suddenly of all children knowing. They want to be the opposite sex. I don't fucking biased hi. It's all these various accessories you can get to. It gives a kid all these different options to dress with whatever gender inclusive manner. They wish to be that day. Oh my God mattel is telling you where they think the country's country's going and it is look target eliminated boys girls aisles. I think three or four years ago I wasn't screaming about it but I was GOPI decision. That didn't really matter that much guys I off and now mattel replaces boys and girls toy divisions for non gendered sectors which is like dolls and cars and Time magazine says these non binary designations also reflect the new identity definitions of the younger generations and they made a poll eighty one percent of generations xeres. They think a person should be defined by Jan.. I'm afraid hey what's going to happen to fucking the Kendall. What can happen to Ken is he. GonNa come out with a cop now so we can all watch as some kids tell Mommy Daddy. Kenny wants to be girl now. Can we take these. PPO off sure honeywell. Let Daddy put his papers down look. I'm sold newspapers figure. Let me get off his iphone. Read what you're reading a great piece on climate change. You should should come. Check it out where you're done. Fuck me. I know I got some props from some some some fans out there and listen. I fucked fans some listeners. There's some some of you in the family had come to me today Jay. When I saw the show the other day it was about John Van Ness. I was a little turned off. I didn't even want want to hear it but I gave it a lesson and I gotta say I'm happy for what you said and really doing what you did so I thank you all for that I really do. I hope I'm not losing points today because I'm raging about the gender neutral dolls and Barbie getting a makeover really don't don't leave. I'm not begging you but just you gotta be feeling this way. Play a little bit. What real will this dumb for the last ninety s but we stupid did any of suffer because bobby was shapely blonde and we had the big fat cartoon we had our. I never heard Chubby kid wants to know it's about time to call tumor the morbidly obese guy. Because you know we all oh compensation sizes and I felt very recognized and alone watching Gilligan. We're not all Gilligan's. Aj Okay. I never got one kid saying that but now every fucking get access way. No one put that in their head is come on come on what's GonNa Happen. That's has rows. GonNa come out with. Gi Josephine Watch you. GotTa pull the string from his back and it's going to be Greta. Sern birds voice saying how Dang you. Gi Josephine Gene. You'll see you'll see and then this kid is poor fucking kid in school. He gets called the Sexual Predator kindergarten for hugging a classmate. A five year old boy has been branded a sex offender they say for life. I can't imagine this for hogging classmate eight and kissing another one on the cheap families devastated as you can imagine they say the teacher accused him of sexual activities boy. I hope she's one of those fucking the teachers who ends up getting put away for touching the kid or having an affair when someone how would you think this is sexual activities. She's Tennessee in two years cousins anyhow are I don't get bad jokes. I've been down that road. You have told you my story so I can say that but you know they'll claim they were told that Nathan was label. They sex Predator and it's going to be on his record. I can't imagine come on. She receives a phone call. The Kids Guardian gets a phone call at the start of the year six stomach Safai Bureau Kit is the child. A teacher says you need to have a talk with Nathan about boundaries now that I understand totally that kids don for a little girls genital area absolutely Sologne only if you even if he's pulling her hair whatever I understand kids need to talk to in that manner and and some kid needs to be watched very touchy. Is He that kid. I don't know we don't know the story. We just heard the story registering. You know central active. Look if you don't understand how autism works and you're a teacher. You're in fucking trouble. You think he's acting out or being defiant. No that's not what he is. He's autistic so maybe belongs in another class. Maybe you've got to be more tolerant about the autistic community fuck face so the mother says Tom of the body and says honey can how kids any more money because Nathan is not allowed. It's just disgusting to bring something like this to against against the little boy a a special needs boy. He doesn't stand they did wrong. I would've had a SWAT team repelling down the side of my grammar school school. If this was me in kindergarten behind the easy bake oven I grabbed Kathy cracker and kissed her on the Mouth Lips. Lips close is open. You know the first Kiss Cathy Craig was so beautiful. Actually Mike ended up dating or in high school. Beautiful Girl lives about six houses away from me. She was so sweet what her dog died. She wore his collar as a bracelet adult. Five years old at gravity kissed run the mouth she ran out of the school down to the nurse's office and cry Noah Words Teaching Mrs. Aj. Now we don't do that. That's it. I would have been a sexual Predator well. Let's maybe it would have been wrong about that. But the point is this they would have destroyed. Royd me. I'm not the only kissed the girl behind the easy bake governor in kindergarten yeah. It was nineteen sixty seven sixty eight. Whatever fuck doc was I knew was going for. She ended up being one of those beautiful girls high school. So I was the first one I know but now I think they gotta be. They all end the attention horse. The teacher wants to be part of the drama. If the teacher needs to have her name all this swirling sexual will controversy that's everywhere in the world Miley Miley Cyrus another another attention still be really think this latest girlfriend was going to be the one the one she stays with forever her latest attempt to stay relevant and they split up she leaves Hemsworth to be with but this chick and they split up the check who left Brody Jenner. Now they're done addressing together there weren't fucking mom jeans picture a couple of weeks ago terrible terrible Mainassara sitting on a wrecking ball with their kids out torquing the MTV was wearing mom jeans almost become becoming a full fledged tight but if you're if you're hamels worth you gotta feel like Shit because she already left the girl she left you for another girl she goes up. Listen as much as it hurts as much as embarrassing she's gay or she thinks she's pants that. Whatever he's he's GonNa take the whole country's whole nation's watching the whole world watch then she leaves the chicken wings so Ma uh-huh. What did you mean to her. If that's how quick she can get over you and then get off the next person not. GonNa remember this name. Julie Cypher was one of the first I girls to do this trick member. Julie Cypher was married to the actor Lou Diamond Phillips in one thousand nine hundred eighty six two years later. She met Melissa the Ethridge because she was assisting that music video for the single bring me some water and she left Lou Diamond Phillips in Nineteen Ninety to begin relationship with rich rich. Come to my window that was for her. I'll be home soon yeah. I know that was for Julie. Oh she came. I'm at a window all right. Do you think that didn't fuck up. Lou Diamond Phillips head. No one was talking about it wasn't that much in the news gay straight the bigest by it wasn't like that it was like a crushing blow chick lucky for a barrel. No one knew how to handle it. That's fucked up fucked. I had dinner with I was at a charity dinner with him. It's the same table talk with him and Eastside Morales about fucked up a few years later. He's arguing with another girlfriend live in girlfriend and things got physical and she says he got ruffy dragged her across the floor. She free yourself locked herself in a bathroom. Call the cops he came comp- comes arrests Lou Diamond Phillips o'clock in the morning. You know fifty thousand dollars bail terrible. I think that that it at least at least at least Julie Cypher state gay not like fucking both see what happens with Molly's house chilies stayed gay she ended up later on the makeup artist name Kelly Phillips and they had like three kids together a separate a couple of years ago but you know when this thing with Melissa ethridge happened it was a huge story and I wrote about it one time in my column when I first got the GIG and I just you know I jokingly said 'cause splint already happened Melissa Jewelry together and there was talk that they might get a baby together. Some shit and I said Melissa will make a great father AH little joke. It's a funny gossip calm and I got hate mail. I can't believe I got hate mail from all these lesbian in groups and shit. I think it was wild. Whatever the Fuck Oh they all after me and that's when she came in the mail and the sound of the thought of hate mail test they came in those in those like ugly white banged up male carrion baskets that you see and you have this old guy just drops it on the Spanish guys the workforce Hello Miss and AJ. Here's your mail. Thanks buddy bone and you go through when you got fucking an hour hate mail because essentially megaphone. I bet that's what she and a lot of other lesbians who adopt Children WanNa be called nowadays father. I guarantee yours right. I've just had done so because you know I had to be. 'cause there's this. Trans Guy who never got rid of his female equipment. You heard about this skype and he gave birth he gave birth is fucking ginger looking guy with the mustache he gave birth imagine this poor kid. I don't me no I don't I just I just think kids that come from a mother and a father in no the difference are better equipped for the world the world I grew up in he gives birth and the courts have said he cannot be referred to his daddy and that's what he wants real fucking bit. I've got a mustache Stash Guy David. I'm Daddy No. You're not court say none and now now you are. You're going to be referred to as who you were born at with regard to carrying a chop the child's mother and that's what this will say so now. I got people who have it both ways and everybody's rushing into everything can for them. How can we make this easier for you. You know with creating a lot of very spoiled. People very spoiled. People get whatever the fuck they want. 'cause they yellow out in stop their feet the most. I'M NOT GONNA Love Trans People into this bachelors. They don't do this. They want what they want. We've heard their argument. We've heard their incited things. I understand trans person wanting the same rights. I completely get it and I want to give them almost all the same rights. We have with regard to almost anything but there's some things I think they're not geared toward for the safety of all of us. I don't think I don't want them on the frontlines fighting in battle I just don't I don't want someone who's going do not much hormone therapy and sex change. I don't need it. I don't want I think when I don't I don't want the firemen. Harry's my children from the window to be The Guy who wants wants carried a child I don't want to be I just don't a more traditional that way you know that obviously but I understand they want. The same rights not kicking down the ladder better the older I get the more I get it. I understand but I don't like the tactics they employ. That's really what this comes down to. Because I'm comedies going God I swear to God my mother would let look we never locked the door nine because we lived in a nice nice neighbor but because my mother always expected someone to come come on. She always made more food. Necessarily Rowsley still does it because somebody might come by and we don't eat dogs eat. We used to give to the neighbors. We are always. WanNa Doorbell rang with someone yelled through the screen window in the summer. We re dinner. Come come come sit always every Sunday. If only our a family you should see me as a kid. I love having company so much I mean there was a girl once whose was getting beat up on the street. Destroy Maureen who the sky was having an affair with with Indian. She was screaming on a phone because he'd hitter my following after with a baseball bat coming here honey we sat down. I was fucking twelve years old and there's this knockout. Now you know a great body of my House Crime Mascara down her shirt and my mother's comedy down my father drink. They let her shower house my sister get rid of the shirt you don't want. I was friends with us for years that she came over almost every Sunday sister. We always had people when I was a kid. If the if the dining table only attack us our immediate family I e the bad mood I wanted at least a cousin a to maybe a neighbor someone fascinating stories. My father's very famous mafia Osa friend Freddy Mozzarella will come over and tell me stories about whacking guys. I loved it sh- now a freddie coming. Tell a story about kicking. I see it as I put his fucking. Pete on a curb and stopped the back of his neck J. T. flew out like like chocolates. I heard those doors of Alva Pasta and I turned out okay but look this guy's not going to be the first guy who wanted both ways shit down a kid. You'd WanNa be called Daddy so the Trans Community is less than one percent of the population of the world. What do you think the percentages of people who you do what he did wanting to. have it both ways one in one million percent one hundred thousand was. I don't know but it's fucking anyway. Do you take the Kitty has is gonNA stop. Its feet over things in line for now. What do you think you think this kid is going here. Yes or no more often than life remember when our parents told us no matter what we asked for the first time I can I go again. You Know Ma which is leaving. I said no Geez. What don't you can't hold the hell. Do you think you are that was a good thing you did that. You actually learned how to why you learn in a lie and that made you get. This sounds horrible but you learned that in the Goshi it with people Lamar. I'm only going to be a daddy even if you knew you were. GonNa sneak out and go to so and so's house because the girls but you know you have to negotiate sneaking ally and you know just that's what life's about. Unfortunately we all do it here. They just to get a little more on our plate. We just do especially kids. That was a good thing to hear no. They'd say that's not the way the world works. Aj I know the right and the world words very differently. Now it's a lot colder and and as much as we're closer now because of the Internet much further apart I said to a female pharmacist the technician she she she lowered the cost of mine about it. I don't know she put some coding. She felt bad was so high. She not down thirty bucks. I'm like Oh. That's really nice. Thanks love and I could see she was touched. I said thanks love if I said thanks love. La they call a comp but you know it's Buffalo Grove Illinois. Maybe that's GonNa Happen to five years. Maybe ten years but right now. This girl thought it was Mike said thanks love but those days are coming to an end. I shouldn't not just me I've got a friend. Denisa donnas wonderful woman who is married to terrific actor named Frank Thomas Use U. Franken mob movies. You seen him in shows over the years. Sopranos you name it. I get a couple of moves with frank. the Delhi I think revolving doors but you know frank was you'll know his face frank sat next to Ray Liotta in Goodfellas when Joe Peshawar what am I fucking fucking clown and that was the guy behind Ray Liotta says Franken Donnas. He's also guy says he d me nothing. I Dunno anthony the tone speaking of those big ethnic. He thinks that was that was that was French. Francs a great guy he died. He died so denise is always in a very very nostalgic mood. She knows she has a friend in me. I got these widows that Ah so nice mix. I love their husbands. Another one was a guy a guy who looked like like Tony Curtis so much used to run the strip joint crazy girls on on the brea and Santa Monica and I used to go there a lot and became really good friends with them and and I suppose phony curtis I called him phony curtis so often that actually forgot his real name his wife's a friend of mine now she called me and we talk we reminisce. It's very sweet so Bernice sends me this thing today. This video that went on for about four minutes five minutes. The plan is still a night that song in the still the NA in the background. There's just words and it's reminding you of the world. We grew up in his kids and it just simple it. Just lists remember the Games. We played remember ringing. Ron Ron Ring Alluvial redlight greenlight stick ball hitting the ball to sewers. Maybe three suicides men play that tag. You're it and our parents used to whistle for US outside the door for dinner those days when any parent on the block could feed you or discipline you we used to lay on the grass and look at cloud. I see dinosaur. Now I see a car. We Rode Bikes. Ours ours put baseball cards in the spokes if you said I'm not spending fifty cents a pack of fucking baseball us a piece of cardboard not the end of the world. You got a piece of cardboard and you figured it out. We still had a ball. We all look back on our on our youth silently these these kids now. This is the first generation who so fucking different. I'm trying to raise my kids and they're angels. Don't get me wrong. Some of us are to but they're just not going to be equipped for the world like we were. I don't think it's very different you know they're. They're committing suicide about climate change. I mean it's only a couple of kids but this is the level of anxiety and paranoia they have thanks wchs to the fucking lunatics on the fringe but these kids who WanNa talk to us about climate change and meanwhile buying every fucking piece of electronics in the world world old that manufacturing that goes into carrying those things fall out from the sky iphones fall the sky. No you got chips. You got airplanes wage. You got trucks driving that shit to us. You got people working in factories paying being paid shit the sneakers they want for two hundred dollars made by little Indonesian growth nine cents. It's an hour. Give me a break. In every room of the house. Everywhere Central Air did the biggest consumers and they leave the biggest carbon footprint than any of us and they're lecturing us. This is how insane the world's getting some Hollywood 'cause I can't way. I can't wait but now I'm lying. I'm pissed off about this but I can't wait for it unfold. WHO's GonNa play Jeffrey Epstein in the Sony Pictures Pictures Television Story. It's it's been a there's a book out. Sarnoff writes the daily beast. I always re daily beast even the left. I really love to know the thinking I find the writing fun. She read a book called trafficking and it got option man. Dan Now this is going to be a huge story can sarnoff was on top of Epstein. She first reported on his case in twenty ten when he was arrested in Palm Beach and she was like the reporter who was shocked to know that this guy the original charges against him refers father's human trafficking and then later reduced to alleged charges of prostitution. Human trafficking is a major charge and it's probably what he was doing and her reporting included. Yep She had video interviews with the first victim of a file the complaint she followed people while she says she was followed. She received bribes. She got threats. She was how shit was hacked when she went to publish the first book but the research in this book she's got interviews with with Gylain Maxwell we got more about her the US attorney for southern Florida back then outs cost the WHO resigned as trump's labor secretary after the scandal. She's got Alan Dershowitz. I would have seen himself in there to you. Imagine the hijinks on this movie Harvey Weinstein Produced The Epstein Movie. God Take Your pick what all the shit that would happen on. That film set unbelievable unbe listens to this talk about WHO's in a playoff team. It's one of those roles. If you're an active so juicy I mean I heard John. Malkovich had floated across Bradley. Sadly Whitford had it flow to fantastic choices fuck face. Gary Oldman COMPLA- fuck face Prince Andrew. I'm just thinking of my now. After those three of the these are all my choices now. Can you see phoebe waller. Bridge is just maxwell totally khloe grace merits as Virginia Jofre. Selena Gomez is going to be valuable Nimsch an air. You know what I mean like. All my little nips lead Selena my girlfriend. What's your name and the dry like crazy Bella Thorne this. There's all these girls in this movie there actresses who would die to play play and even if it was shot in a state. That's an antiabortion state. They'll do it. It's all about the money they want the money you know what I say enough of this should I don't want to see this movie get made. I don't see series on Jeffrey Epstein. I don't this is a terrible idea. It's fun to talk about it but it's a terrible idea. If it comes comes to fruition Hollywood scraping the barrel to make this piece of shit and what's GonNa look like they're gonNA parade a bunch. Your preteen young pretty sexy actors around on a film set or a movie sound stage and do what you're going to stimulate them. This project project is going to exploit every victim was got a complaint or actual cause to be to be just destroyed on her. Epstein gene every woman who ever crossed his path. It's going to bother. There's so many powerful organizations out there. They've got to get their money together and somehow stop this from happening. Yeah I mean it the me too movement where are you. The people fight to end human trafficking. Where're you Hollywood is going to rate these women all over again by making this project come to fruition if they have any moral compass and we know they don't this movie this movie or TV. Maybe show is going to get made it will because Hollywood can be great but at its worst it is awful and who's going to profit from this movie. Who are the victims of Epstein getting anything. Is Any of the prophets going to any groups to who help trafficking victims of course not so that just exploiting victims again for the fuck of it and do me a favor when you make the show. Let me just say this. I've always wanted to say this. I never do let me say this real quick I'M GONNA say at once and that's it a sound like fucking Adam Schiff who fucking to paraphrase trump's speech well. I heard that I heard Adam Schiff do that on the floor and talk about the transcript that he was holding in front of them. I heard to say trump talk like that. I sat silent bed and said trump is done. I find that paraphrasing. I couldn't believe do we have reporters or or screenwriters Ryder. When you write this script you're right. This tele. Play trump was not on the low leader. He was not on the leader expressed. You GotTa get sued if you do it. Trump was on the Gulfstream in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven the leader was a Boeing seven twenty seven and it didn't make its first flight off the two thousand thousand one hits four years before trump sat on a plane with them and it was once and it wasn't the fuck in the lead and every reporter who's ever written about that has always gotten wrong just like I always said of the first one that they stopped calling him billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. He's not a billionaire. They finally tone that down. Maybe someone will get this fact right to Poona Bucknell. I'll put it on twitter now. You don't fuck twitter. Twitter is such a time suck. I gotta quit speaking of Clinton. Pardon me go my voice go soon. I'm happy to get to shows out all over an hour hour and a half at least for both you guys look happy hasn't been weakened. That's it for today that sure famous bitch for Timber Twenty seven point nineteen talking. Thank you for listening famous. 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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 303-Lager Louts

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

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Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 303-Lager Louts

"A law. The Yankee pup studios. Now the Yankee craft beer. Kost Ogoni the pipes being pulled. Not to bring the drums. Let's have a potty. Just. David. Began. Doc you Jamesy project. Dick jacobs. Take it away you paying for that. Big. Yes. Good evening and welcome. This is Phil Clarke landlord, all the Britain Yankee pub, and we're live in the Britain Yankee pub studios with me tonight for show number three. Oh three which recalling log allowance. And I think the two folks who with me fit into that quite well. I mean, the Lao. Oh, I guess who that is a hang on. We'll come to him in the second. But with me as guest host tonight is good friend and brew over at church street. Mr. Chuck fort. Hello, Chuck how he was a happy day. The very, yeah. It was pretty easy day, actually. And then we went off in bought some components for our pilot brewing system that we're getting ready to set brew a pilot. Just the little pretty much the same way as anything else. He didn't. He didn't. Okay. So did you anything not on the system now? Okay. Cool. All right. Good. So putting together and the chap who you heard earlier there is longtime taverna now. A are you a humidor or that's my current home? Is the humid is the humidor at Binny's the bell Allen. Good man been is Glenn mistress binney Glenallen and your so your your in the humidor floggings ago. Is that what it is? That's what my current function is. Yes. Do you have a big background with the twisted? We'd tobacco. Oh. Oh. I smoke cigars in the past. I don't think that I reached a level of research that I have since I soon this position which position is that number twenty seven in the commerce. It wouldn't it would be assisting shoppers in the humidor and he's England Ellen. Can I help you the doors over that? Thank you. No, I actually try. I get I'm getting to know brands, and and mild, medium and full bodied levels of strength and a good ciga- with a wonderful leather chair and Seagal via in these marvelous. Right. We talk about that. We talk about that a law and tonight, we're going nowhere near those leather chair. Because this seems to have been and maybe I'm just seeing it from the position of everybody's drinking hazy as an IP was the thing that everybody require requested. But this seems to be a little bit of thought tools the trend changing tools. Log styles. Have you heard anything about this Chuck have you noticed that because you guys up at church street do traditional styles you to unless you do pills and those rolling logs, right? Yes. Okay. Yes. You know, trying to heard hard to see sometime, but the ones are real obvious. Of course are the New England as and the desert beers, the samour's Stoute's and all the. Friends. Yeah. Trans is what I'm seeing right now. It'd be nice to see loggers become a trend. I know pills are sort of became a trend for a while. And maybe it still is. But of course, lagers are kind of a different thing in some ways. It's hard to make them they're very traditional. So as far as trying to make them exciting and grabbing like new customers and people, you know, maybe they're not that good at that. They're more for people that are for the long haul, I suppose, so they more of a transitional beer for people who have not tried good craft brews, or are they a welcome break from those, you know, Stoute's, and as and everything and you mentioned. Yeah. It's at festivals. What I noticed is people would go for the the fancy stuff. Interesting stuff that they see on their on their menu. And then a lot of them. Well, fair and end up at our ten just drink lagers the rest of the festival Wednesday. But some. Festivals? That's a good way to see. How is a good way to get in touch with the customers. You know? You're right there serving as he gets an idea. So I do notice that. But I'm more of a brewer that a marketer. So I'm not always really good with trans. You know, a lot of times, they say, you know, if the if you just left it up to the brewery, very business because you know, they just what they wanted to rank, you know. Yeah, I understand I understand. So we've got six of what I guess are a random sample of loggers from Illinois breweries and that mostly Burs, you know, well and love, but whether or not you've actually picked up any of the cans of laga is a different issue. So we're going to jump right in and discuss this a little bit further as we go through the first one that we have comes from. And I guess. This is something that I think is very. I don't know how to describe it at something that people look at and go on I don't wanna those. But this is a Mexican style. Log and this is from Cruz Blanca downtown in Chicago, Rick Bayless operation. But I think the brew down there as Jacobson Bronco at least, I think so loss look Burr Bruce turnover law these. Yes. These are all cans, so I can get a wonderful sound effect. Thank you all out in that one and an import out now Mexican log Mexican style. Log as I guess, so when we think of that, we think corona Joe. Do you drink these? Or, you know, do you see there's a lot of this being sold in Venice actually per the conversation that we were having a little earlier, I think we're transitioning right about now. I'm surprised at how many companies and glories are coming out with a lighter. What some people say are sessional beers. And I I've tried several. But I think that appears to be what people are doing right about now. And definitely all of these what we can coal session -able because I don't think any of them go over five percent have to go through them. I can't remember of the six pack is a lot to deal with. So this one is cold laga, especially owl. And it's it's brewed interesting enough. One of the commercial description phrases is. Absolutely zero adjuncts is that that should be. A given in Llagas, right? Yeah. I like that. I'm not in An Giang kinda guy. But I do what people are made Abreu. So if I have to Bruce something like, a, you know, like a like a stout with a, you know, some raspberry puree or some other something else, then then that's what I do. But certainly for lagers. Funny. You know when we start talking about ad. The advertising the Super Bowl how how they're making making fun of the other brewers adjuncts that they use and really they're just bringing attention to the fact that they use adjuncts as well. Who? No, no. We're talking about who is to say. This is the internet. So. Heiser Boyce made fun of in. Okay. The corn syrup or the coarser. And but you know, but Anheuser Busch uses rice as an adjunct and their beers. So channels what the characteristics of good, log should be in terms of its look. The head and possibly the aroma because I'm not whenever well logger. It's usually be quite cold. Right. We we usually going to these what four. Forty five. So there'd be cold. Maybe the aroma isn't gonna washouts that you would from an IP if it's an American like like an industrial logger boot with adjuncts you serve that. Right. Thirty two degrees. But for a really nice lager. All barley, Noah Jones. I'd say forty five degrees forty to forty five degrees. Something like that. Because you want you know, some of that flavor to come through. And you went as far as looks it should be clear. This looks fairly clear you want a nice Whitehead on the top that persist and hangs around. And it does. And this is doing them out of it has a rather. Nice, aroma. Okay. I didn't I got straight into drinking tell you. I did a bad thing. So John you usually with ios down in trying to own sipping back. I'm holding back. So yes, you're right. I mean, I it has a, you know, it's definitely got a nice light logorrhoea Romer. If. Yeah beard. Yeah. There you go. What's your dad's saying about as kala, you you mentioned it was I don't think it's golden, and I don't think it's quite clear. Got a little bit of Hayes to it. So that doesn't look like it was filtered is clear enough not an opportunity to get out your laser light, though. Not not need for that. Yeah. Right. But. A lot of times. Loggers talk about are the clean logs are typically cleaner than ails the up. And there's always a question as to what that means. It really is just they had. Lagers will give you Hebrew him. The way their intended to be brewed they'll give you less of a sort of a fruity Esther character than the ails. So the less of that fruity Esther charactered, the cleaner you say there, but that's also. You have to be able to distinguish between hot flavors and fruit flavors. I come from east. So while we talk of hops, this one has a lightly named hope which I've actually heard of cooled middle Fru. I think it's middle Fru Heller town mental Fru how middle for they ago. And apparently that is one of the pretty high grade, Alatau, noble, hops. So does that mean that they have sped expense in making this? Let me tell you what the molt saw by the way, Bach Feyenoord and bought with a knee. That's Bachi bought Vienna and CARA foam now heard of Carrefour MS that what they used to make the head. Yeah. Didn't even know. Be funny is used to Carrefour is something that we get on lagers a lot just a little bit throwing a handful. If you're doing Homebrew batch or a bag if you doing commercial brew, but it'll keep the keep your head on the beer going. Yeah. So what about the taste, and we'll come back in a second on an expert and talk about exactly what makes log a log in the process Joan, I had I think it's it's it's nice to me. It seems a little multi. But it seems. Like a long finish quite. I don't know. Just it tastes good to me. It to me is certainly a down -able beer. It does have some decent flavor to it. I would actually call this one a very decent low mobile. Yes. I crush a couple of these and have flavor refreshment and still think that hey, I've got a good a good beer here instead of the normal. Macro. But Chuck, do you notice a difference in this between between this being a kind of cross brew if you will and being a Amila alight or Amila or a cool, which is at traditional American. Yes laws. Traditionally when you let one of those beers get to the temperature that this one's which is probably like about fifty degrees. We're going to get more of a sort of a corny kind of flavor coming out of of some of them. With the if some of the other beers, you won't have that if they don't use coroners and adjunct, but there there's other sort of. All barley beers ones are made with barley like this. Will you can tell the difference is that the bit of sweetness there? There's a little bit of sweetness. But yeah, you'll it will just be a different kind of sweetness. If you have a lot of adjuncts, basically this spirit a little bit of a free nature. It's kind of inches. Very chris. Yeah. Yeah. And also, I'm not sure if that that may be the Heller towel. How has kind of floral? Missing more of floral character. But maybe that's part of the hops. I don't know the commercial description actually is quite interesting. So the the flowery of it says it's endlessly refreshingly endlessly refreshing, sunny, log, which actually I can imagine sitting on a beach, drink, Innis, balance, sweetness and lightness. Now, the interesting thing that about Cruz Blanca is that because Rick Bayless is a well cloth. Chef who does really I think he's known for his Mexican styles. I mean, how I've got some of their frozen frontier. Brand Mexican stuff. I have a lunch down in the freezer. They specialized instead of doing a say here on their website, Hoppy and on hinged, they've created collection of subtle and food friendly bruise. So something like this. I think be perfect for a deck party on a sunny day. You have in burgers, whatever, you know, that type of barbecue type thing only. Man, went with Carney or. Yeah. Any? Roasted vegetable tacos or or even like, whatever you come up with would be delicious. All right. So we're gonna we're going to we're going to break off on on this one. We've talked a little bit introductory on loggers gonna come back with the next one from another brewery downtown who relatively sought after beers and a good location. And maybe we now need to find out if Mexico is calling us La Bomba. And being them do that. We have on our list comes from I I'm cheering for beer, number two. Okay. Yes. That's right. A lot of people used to say what the hell's Fizeau? What us what they used to say? I don't know why they used to say who's who's is said if Harare, but they did onto the next year. We head two Logan square. Another can which I crack open here. And this is hopeful brewing company. Now, I guess I should've started with this one because it's cold. I log. Second. If you remember at the beginning, I said most of these as a five percent or less. Well, I got bug it on this one because it's five point one. We're a little bit over the top on this one. So again, this one is one of the favorites. They have apparently got to log on their draw list. I don't know what the other one is cool. But okay, this one is the one that I guess is their flagship log, I don't know maybe the other one is, but I've cracked one open. And once again, we have you know, I think the pitch is going to be fairly boring because we have the same color, by the way, I didn't say four point seven on that last one from Cruz Blanca. So this one John well it again, it must not be filtered because it has a little bit of a haze to again a little bit. I would say there's something in the Roma. That's. A little different than the previous beer is like the previous be just smelt. It looked up in the dictionary. And it said beer, and this one there, there's a little something extra their topic. Maybe is that. Hoppy, I now I don't know what the phones like sweetness almost. It's I can't tell you are in this. They don't say what they do say is balanced bready moult. So am noticing a slight difference. What I'm getting in? My very unsophisticated. Pallet is a very dry finish is at the hawks. Yes. That's what they've done here. I think what I'm tasting tasting kind of a lot of body to this. Of a sweetness right in the mall. Until it's is sweeter than previous years got more body. Sometimes they can use caramel or whatever to get that. But then what they're doing. Normally your beer if you did they log it'd be too sweet. So what they've done that on the backside. Maybe they throw it in a lot of bearing hops and some flavor to so to me when I drink this. It's almost like. Like an IP L. Blogger. Hey, you know, when I started in which was cold data processing in those days, an IP L on an IBM machine was an initial program load the repeal everyone. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Resolve as one another. Okay. So back to the. Another another question. I have is how what is the process called law Garing and how does that differ from? Why have we got the two styles? Right one. Is ales one is log as they're the they're the main families, right? As all these she's below it. Yeah. It was always ails back in the day. While these ilise than someone is. Oh, I and then in eighteen thirty one thanks to Louis pasture and some other folks, they isolated yeast and rail to they went to the very and other places, and they got that yeast at they used in the cold weather and up in the mount server, it's cold, and they is slated it and they got their first lager yeast. You mean, you mean, the Germans were using a cold yeast or they were back year as it was. E Mia if the four we isolated yeast yeast just got used to whatever climate they were in and and and over centuries, they just sort of acclimating and go through the natural part of Evelyn. But they're they're always wild yeast mixed. It was all it was never real. You know, it was just sort of a hodgepodge. But then once they were able to use the isolate you go to. And they don't they Stoler sneak in there with her, but they get used from different places anyway by eighteen thirty. To their building brewing pills ner Clouds'll. Oh, yeah. Nothing. Like, I think it was the Carlsberg burry though that isolated the Eddie. Well, this started happening around then we started having lager yeast now, what's interesting is. There's a little bit of confusion where the word lager because lager can be noun or it can be a verb. Right. So like now could be the name of type of east like we were just talking about. Now, we have lager use. But it also can be a way that you treat your beer. If you grew to you could cold start for a long time or lager it, and it could be a nail that you take an ale and lager it now for guess confused is that a derivation or missile pronunciation of the wood louder louder now counters just onto summit German word for separating your word from your green. Okay, kasese. Yeah. So this other things discern a log from an I o and I always heard it was taught or bottom fermented, which is a term that we use. But generally, the fermentation happens throughout the whole ferment or not at the top or the bottom, but the alias back in the day and some of them still do when they finish up. The they come together in a trap little bits of steel to between him when they float to the top for a while. And you can actually sorta cropper scoop off the top. But not there's not a lot of AOL used to do that today mostly hails in lager used just pretty much. They ferment and the entire vessel and they drop out to the boxing to the Balsam, sell, hence, hence, your Conaco shape. The bottom of your bright, tanks, fermenters ferment. Okay. Yeah. So. But that the terminology has stuck and it's still asked today we still talk about ails top fermenting loggers about him for mending. But it's it's now it's because of modern practice reliant. So I know that used to be a long process, but now with modern day as you talked about practices. We brought it down to something like twenty one days is that when you can usually get along. I think in his voice can do in three around three hours. I'll tell you. I thought they said twenty three days I my teacher see by thought he's at twenty three days, but like straight it's about six weeks. Okay. What's that six days? Six times up to forty two. Okay. Twice Schweitzer's long twice as okay back to the non should be guys a little more. What? No, your multiplication tables. Yeah. Right. Okay. So back to Hopewell's, I log which is a second logger. Opinions on it. In general. I personally, I think it has a slightly different flavor. It still is Christmas delicious. Yeah. I can't I won't be I wouldn't drink as many the first one is probably more. What I think of as lager than the second. The second one is a little happier that that might be. Something for people that want a little more flavor than just you know, the average lager possibly, but they don't let an APA. I think it's sort of it's it's a sort of a slap there in the this would be probably a good bridge between somebody who's amping up their ups and and ready to move to the the big bigger boy, bigger APA, happy, boys. And there's some there's a Roma there that. I'm not sure if it's off putting or not there's just it just is not the same as the first beer. Yeah. Yeah. I always find the aroma on log to be. Somewhat. I think soapy is the wrong word, but it's more. Wait a minute. You just wash this gloss out or something. You know, what it is? I never think of a Roma's with log as I think of sipping it back and coughing a great beer, right? So yeah. It just depends to like sometimes that they've been in the can or bottle too long. They they'll lose their own after a few months. We don't know how will the spears. But I, you know. Ten eighteen eighteen is the best by date. Oh, wait a minute. That's not the best by date. What? Ten thirty one and twenty four seconds was when it was put into this can on eighteenth October last year, the was that the tenth of the eighteenth month. Now the eighteenth folks eighteen eighty over. So what are we looking at six months old nearly pretty much at the end of? It's it's a probably was a different beer, you know. So you bring up a good point on best buy dates? We'll take a quick break here. Come back with third via and talk a little bit about best buy dates? Hey, this is Oliver bully. I am the brewer over at dry city Weeden, and when I need to scratch my craft beer, which I go to. I guess guys as your podcast. I was gonna say the Bruin Yankee them like it's not the Bruni. This is Oliver Boyd from dry city, and we'd numb the brewer over here. And when I need to scratch my craft brew, which I turn to the Brittany Anki podcast. It is a wonderful place full of knowledge fun and craft Reuss. I'm people getting free. Thanks all of mine. Oh that was yesterday. Okay. Being number three. In our log, a six pack is heading down south to the southern suburbs. And through an extraordinarily. Well, known say extraordinarily I don't know if it's extraordinary to a well known brewery in Tinley park that all hailstorm bring company and Brandon Bambi and his fine crew of folks down. Then now they've long been one of the big brewers wins a lot of medals and a lot of people who seek off to their biz. I think they have a imperial stout. Co Vlado something, and I really have never kind of go into that be as other than the fact that I found a couple on the shelf people said drink, and I've never had a bad one. Right. So here we have in a log series. This is cold hotel life and interesting enough. It has a great label on it that kind of neon. You know, how those like nineteen seventies last Vegas hotel. Things had all the knee on everything. Well, this one says hotel life, and it's vacancy color TV magic fingers. What's the magic fingers? Is that the bread that vibrates? Yeah. Border and their alley rates American logger in nice yellow and this one little last there splashed over my nut makes him bold here. Now, this is the only one we have is in a point can. So this plenty to go around. But good I will say that it is only four point seven percent right down there in a very session -able biff. Right. So quick before it goes, I didn't go over. I'm pretty okay? So what do we what are we have describe it whilst I'm taking totally clear. The color is lighter moments to draw we call it a straw color. That would all that. Yes. Very light light, very lion color. Nice whitehead. Really? I hear is good. Nice. Looking beer. A nice looking bit. It does look attractive. I will say that one of the things attracts me to drinking loggers, especially on a sunny day is the way that you can pull one into a pint loss and have it sit there with a lovely inch. You know, a finger full of Whitehead. Yeah. And and you know, how do those ads for the Budweiser where the hamlet drip, coming down the side? But if you've got a deliciously golden yellow beer in there with the Whitehead. He's one of the most of tractive things you can do if you did that against a blue sky. You got yourself a commercial? I was lying reminds me the old ham signs. Yeah. There you go Hamza from the land of sky blue waters. That's right. Indeed. It was and I used to drink hams that was very very light beer, but he has the light of marriage and they had hams preferred stock which were expensive. Yeah. So. Before we go onto how it was. What about a Roman this one? I don't get much rolling near. It's same thing. Oh, yeah. What are you doing the other two? I'm black Indian. I'm black Indian knows. What are you smell your shirt shirt? And it's different. And then smell the beer as you. I don't have sleeves. Ramones t. Smell it smells like three days. Okay. You get a little bit more. Here's the concept is your nose detects differences. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So, but so like, so you're inside you wake up in the morning. And then you go out and get the paper. Maybe just go outside for some reason. Because you don't get a paper anymore. Go get my ipad. Right. You come back and sign you realize the garbage has to go out. Right. Why because it smells. No because you got the fresh air outside and all of a sudden, the smells the garbage can pop into your nostril does my you went outside. You gotta brought the fresh air. He came and smell the in your house. You're like, Ooh, I was smelling us all night. But I didn't notice it detected changes. Faulting in bed that too right? You hope that the vice gets used to. But then you open the William I come on. Let's move out here too, much information. You're right. So okay. So I'll try that. But I actually that the best way to sniff. It was put it up to your nose and blow out through your mouth, and then inhale 'cause you're then, you know. Well, maybe okay. Move on do a drive by hang on. I'm gonna draw. Just just take the glass and go oh across your nose. So Chuck is works. Well on radio shock is moving from left to right quickly under his nose. Okay. I'm getting same aroma. But I have to say that the taste is a lot crisper. I think than the other it's lighter and crisper, and you don't have it's not the hop. There's there the bitterness is this is a really light. And Bentley lighter and balance, really well, balanced, so. This is a logger the way I expect a lager to be not like the one before. I mean, the one before was fine. But first of all it was. Its prying. But knowing that but the beer like this. It'll last longer in the cannon this could be. An older beer, but these these kinds of loggers will survive longer on the self. So you don't get the accident factor. Doesn't get some. I mean oxidation will still be an issue. But you don't have the hops going to these wild chain wings. Right. So oh, come on, hops. Need fun. Anybody? Right. So we you mentioned about dates, and we talked about that briefly in the last segment, and we thought that the hope a wom- was toba this one here from hailstorm, which I will say is the most American log that more than the other two. This was canned on. I might take excel in the ninth of January, which is actually my sister-in-law's birthday. How about that? I should say it's lean goes birthday, the original Yankee the ninth. But this was doing this knowing Joe on the twentieth of oh, well, this this is birthday as the January the ninth night. Nineteen nineteen twenty nineteen. Ninety nine hundred seventy so this is three months old. So a lot fresher. I do as we talk about it. You know, I think canned on dates a quite important for some beers, especially IPA's, so you can see whether the players going away. It seems you're saying that it's important for log ab- is as well anything with a lot of hops. It I think that previous was suffering because I think this beer. Six months out wouldn't taste a whole lot more different than doesn't, maybe it'll be some subtle changes, probably less, aroma. But it wouldn't be that traumatic of different proudly do Bizet give you information about them on the side. This is I think the first one we've had with a lot of information that I haven't had to look up, but on the side of it. He has flavor profile that goes from dry to sweet, and it is quite towards the dry, and and I would agree with that multi Obita, and it's kind of just awful little from the Maltese a little bit more than the dry, right? And then it says kala, which is light to dock, and it's very light June's down Molson this one a two row six row and cold. Now is that corn it self or accord moat? Well, I should say that in American now. It would be it'd be probably flaked corn. So and then they used the six zero barley because the six zero barley has more enzymes in it. And the flaked corn doesn't have any enzymes. So you need enzymes to take the go into the flaked corn and convert the soldiers at the start of their industries. So that's why he's calling an American loggers. Well is because he's got flaked corn isn't six isn't six failures van sieve. That's the that's the right on the two row. They actually will throw. I'm not sure what I've never ordered to throw but six has more husk. Yep. Unless of the of the protein and starts so and the husk is a lot of times a lot of the enzymes pro enzyme prone teams exist in the apart. That's why. You six if you're using adjuncts like of coin dot well. Okay. So you would say. Back. The motes is an adjunct. Is that what you just said? Yes, they corn would be considered Najem. They don't say whether it's just like the hopes magnum now magnum is that a noble hop. I didn't think over in Europe. But I don't think it's considered a noble. Maybe it is. Okay. But here's the interesting piece, which perhaps puts this into the calls bug category. And only by virtue of the fact that it says the yeast is a Danish log use ties. Yeah. Yeah. Like that one. So that one that is is that what calls cows book is Danish. Right. I think so copen Danish lager you one that I prefer to use. If you're brewing pills Nur's, and it's hard to get unless you're unless you're. Laprairie can get it. Okay. But as a Homebrew it's hard to get. But it works really. Well, obviously. Okay. So that's that's kind of an interesting different ingredients on this one a lot Crispell Plana. We should move onto our last two. So we can income back in kind of a SAS. I don't say though at two. Yes, please do is. I don't bring it on. I don't get a lot of corn in the flavor. When I drink it. It is interesting. Well, I don't know if so actually before we wasn't there a beer that was called a cone. Log wasn't it grain belt? That's what I'm thinking of is that what we're looking at here. Something like grain belt. I I never had greenbelt. I I know of it. But I've never actually. Had one. So I don't know. But I'm I'm Madge. I was too young. Well, what I was to admit it was the turn of the century. I just remember a lot of cases of it going out. But for some reason it didn't get into my drink. It's an American industrial beer as it is. I'm sure they use corn an adjunct. Sure, it'd probably just like the other American loggers ton, especially in Illinois. What does shitloads well? Wasn't greenbelt Minnesota. There was really I thought it was in LA before my Ila, Illinois, another beer. Yeah. Before time, very nice, so hailstorms ho- hotel life American laga, quite tasty and comes in pints. But then again, so. Elephants. God. Issues. To hang or. The comes. A message. All right. We we are onto number four six pack. The boys having a little chuckle amongst themselves with the bohemian rhapsody. Movie that one quite a few wards at all SCA. They they sing a song about radio Gaga. Well, what we have here is Radio Free. And it's Radio Free pills from a brewery up in Barrington, Illinois, who is somewhat kind of I think under estimated in the in the craft beer world. But always produces absolutely great drinkable biz. And that's the wild onion brewery. So I'm gonna crack open this. Now, you said, oh, it's a pills is slight difference. Is this the American pills are just I actually don't know. But I'm going to assume it is because. Is brewed in America. Okay. Carry on with your analysis of Till's Novus is logging versus all tells her is a subset of lager. First of all and pills word that can be kind of loosely used it's more of marketing anymore. These days than it is a style. Guideline Miller lite. Did it originally come from the pills and will pills in Tun of pillow out the pills district, but pills in Czechoslovakia as it was done of pills in in eighteen? Eighteen forty two. What was happening eighteen? That's when they started brewing pills macwell, oh, that's cool to seven. Okay. Yeah. So the unfiltered beard. Biz. So what does anybody know about Barrington specifically wild on in brewery? Silence. They had a cool Tampa handle all they did. Was it a wild on? It was. And you know, why it's wild onion. Right. No. That's like the name Chicago. Right. Thank you. John. Well with that. Yes. Indeed. On the tradition of the Chicago name Schick Koga wa right, which was regional Watsa me. I think it was automate Indian for the white onions that grew in the area. Right. So for they moved to Saint Charles who moved to Saint Charles the pot. Do they? Oh because it was a better under neighbors better neighborhood. They got that teepees all over the place. Right. Charles. I don't know. Why did they call this? Joe's do you know? It's a good name. Charles name. Oh, well, this is Saint Charles in Saint Louis as well. Yeah. Anyway, back to the beer. So these so we. We were off Mike we were talking about these beers. And I said log as we talked about this the leverage Aaron Seagal. I think I've termed a phrase for these types of very sweet -able, right? You can have a couple of nice big swings. Still get some flavor get some refreshment. And then you know, you have a couple more. And so and you can crush Coppell on a hot day in a very short space time. I don't think that's a bad thing. I mean, if I'm I'm supporting a local brewery, and I'm getting something that I know is is a quality product. I think it's a good thing. Oh, yeah. So tell us about pills on the funny thing 'cause you brew on yourself. Right. Yeah. Full transparency interest rate pills recipe, and they get the question. Tina, what's the pills? If you ask a brewer, what's between the pills in the log lager, you'll get I bet you'll get a slightly different explanation for each different person. So I'll give my explanation is that for for me pills. Her niece, I I'll be mostly pills her mall, and Secondly, whatever yeast variety, you use needs to be one of the pills nerve varieties of east, generally speaking. So those things right off the bat. If you do that. And then of course, if you use your I mean, a recipe should be pretty much just people's her mouth and enough noble. Hop to balance it out, you do that and water and yeast in water, and you do that. And I think you've gotta pills. That's my ex AUSSIE. That's my explanation for Patty doing this particular pills seems like it's going more like after maybe the hime Ian style, which is a little happier. But not super half. I get a little sweetness from this. It's light yet. But a sweetness now not a sweet is the finish of you. Hello slog. But I think it's lighter if you had to compare that to I think imagined drinking pills ner quell, wait a minute. Imagining pills without the diocese because it doesn't. Astle? Wait a minute. What are you saying? Well, too bad. It's it's actually part of bills ner calls flavor. Profile. I mean the. They all have a little bit of it in there. Not always every once in a while you find one that doesn't. But that's sort of gives it. It's unique flavor fills quell, but and this beer, I'm just imagining pills called out the dioscese. And that's kind of what the body of this tastes like. And then I think they've got not aggressively hopped at all it's just I think just got about the right amount. Yeah. See I'm not. The happiness to me doesn't really come through for dominantly in logs. It's it's a well rounded beer, I think it's all right there. It has a nice Beeri Roma. Going back to the first beer and. And it's an it's just eminently qualified people like you pointed out is it a big swig bath. It's a big swig big swig. Bam. We've and I might add just as note these these beers really provided a sidecar to what back in the day. People would have a shot and. Right style, and was very complementary to this somewhat harsher whiskies that that they were drinking for you know, when you got a shot and a beer fifty cents. So when they had a shot and a beer for fifty cents. A you talk in that they would have really crappy cone, whiskey, and I would say would be Korbi's or Kessler imperial and believe quite popular and Naperville stuff revenue something, oh, no. You would get you would get a small glass sort of for example, as we're on radio, but we are drinking taster glasses, which is approximately four ounces which would be the size that you would get would you got a shot? And it was basically just as a little something to rinse down your shot with. So that it wasn't quite as strong identity at you. But after four of these. I know you talk about when you're judging IPA's Chuck you got little pallet fatigue. I'm getting to the point now with four is we just got to go. But I'm going I'm noticing subtle differences. But the starting to blend together a little bit. How do I how do I have my fatigue drink water, and he crank is between these on especially water. Okay. Well, we have wards here. So that's good. That's what I do. And then it flushes out yet tastebuds. And because you've got a layer of the previous beer coating your throat going all the way down to your stomach. So you need to rinse that out. Right. Okay. Otherwise, just mixing it with the previous about you. But I'm not tasting with my throat tasting with my tongue. I know. But you know, you taste. Down not only that. But. So it's sort of the aroma comes up. It's just got gotta rinse gotta rents out the guy rents. What I quick word about the fine folks at Walt onion, and that's a place that we have not been to. And I think we need to try and set it up. It's the it's a family business, the canes family, and they've been going since I think, and it says it on the side of the can in nineteen Ninety-six if I'm reading that. Right. So they've been going quite a while. And they apparently dreamt to drink a building an English style pub to serve their biz in and they did in two thousand three when they did the onion pub and brewery, all I know of the place is it does supposed to do really good food, and it has an excellent debt. Overlooking a lake have you been the gym, Phil. Unruly glass. Do you ask that question because I was just going to let you know that you could do to brothers and wild onion in one stop and beautiful downtown oak park, Illinois. I have to dispute that. Is close. Did they really actually not just they've been going for well, a wild onion has warmed down. Yes. It's a half a block away. Yeah. Off the train station. I didn't know two brothers closed up. What a shame. Well, they apparently couldn't hack it in that building. Somebody said to me that building is doomed. So I don't know whether it's the location or walk, but whatever well. Because it's in there because I mean, I hope somebody else gets in there because it was pretty nice to have those two places. And then there's there's a 'nother place on the other side of the train tracks. That has a really nice selection of draft beers. And they let pooches. In. So you can go in me to all right man and bring my pooch if I had one they go. So to finish with wild onion and radio. I'm not quite certain white school Radio Free pills. But that's okay. What's the name? It's what's in the Ken matches just to say that they do have a wonderful production facility which produces a fifty barrel. Brew house. I'm not certain if that's exactly in the same location. But this pushing out the biz so good for them. I think it's time for some Queen and radio Gaga. So we're going to move this along a little bit. And where going to try the loss to be as in in this case, you can do off to get you gloss. If we do it. So I won't tell any sleep. But we'll do maybe we should do that comparison to them. But hey, what the hell we all here about to buck the system anyway, the loss to the last one we have good God. These are only four percent. I'll start again, these loss to is from buffalo say pulse. Flow creep, that's stuff grow. God. Okay. So Perry Crofts in buffalo grove buffalo on the side of it makes me think of buffalo creek, right which is up in longer. So this is a prairie pills. Now, it's a five percent. So of them in the five percent, Mark this one from up a little I'm not certain why that would be however. Go ahead and out. Wow. What the hell? Okay. Yeah. The first one that went over the top, dammit. Need to learn how to control yourself. Yeah. I know exactly. So very crafts. Is a brewery that is owned by many Kaudulla, and Raj Chauhan and they've had it for a while. I'm not certain who the brewer is that now because it used to be Matlock ocher, and he moved onto twenty five west, I do know that the bomb manager. There is a wonderful lady by the name of Christina. And she is delight to talk to and to to get from. And so this one is called simply prairie pills or prairie pills. Again, five percent. So let's see stop there on the bus trip. Phil we did. And if you remember. They had on one of the best is that I've tasted for a long time which was their Belgian quad on a Fokin with four different types of berries added. And it was an absolutely wonderful hit. And I wish Matt would brew it again or whoever is brewing up prairie craft brew as well. Back to the goes prairie pills can somebody give me an assessment of what they say. Now, this one I didn't shake it up, and I took it out, and it kind of really froth, right? So what's what does it do that case? I think little overcharged possibly or. Yeah. It's ten bucks for you. Sometimes. Sometimes the cans get filled a little too high. And so when you think it's a little effervescent. Yeah. Does have a lot of carbonation almost has a. Has got tartness to not good quite is that good or bad? It's not bad. Oh, now, I'm getting okay. So this is the first one where I'm getting a Roma from it. That's that ain't more than a logger. You found your dominant nostril almost like a Belgian character doesn't it? You are. Correct. That's exactly what I'm thinking. I don't have. No, no. I'm with Chuck on. This is really. Say until somebody else mentioned. No, no, that's what I thought. So I don't have much. I mean, it's very subtle. Yeah. Very so it is not comparing. Okay. There's something. But after the first four which were right in there in the, you know pills. No laga ballpark. This this stands out as being slightly different. It is different. So I'm not certain I'm going to say. Yeah. Maybe they should say it's a Belgian style pills now. No, see these things are pills are sold delicate little things that's why you can pick out stuff like this in real life. You're late. This to me is like a Belgian hint of Belgian in there somewhere. I don't know if that's intentional or not. But that is my that's my take. So if they had brute this as a clean pills, and they didn't intend that is that potentially a brewing issue, or can we really nail it down and say, yeah, they've used something. That's they'll Janie yeasty. Sometimes. I think the over effort vestments leads leads me to say that that that could be right. The over that it's very post packaging from taste going on. Yeah. Or something are they intended it to be they this. This is the most ever resident of the fibers. We've had. Yeah. It's very carbonated. But I mean, you can do that with cans. He's kidding lines. I mean is pretty able Chuck is that a controllable thing. I mean. Yeah. I mean, we control it pretty much CO two you. Yeah. But if there's something that happens after packaging, then it'll than carbonation will go up. Was this intended or not I don't know anything on the can now there is very little information. I have on this. I don't know what the ingredients are nothing about it other than it's five percent. So we're making stabs in the dark as to what this is. Now, I will say that. I am not objecting to the flavor. No, no. If I was looking for a typical American laga, this would not be it. But that said it it's a twist on it. Right. So as I look at the BJ C P guidelines for an American log, the commercial examples that they provide as kind of interesting we were talking earlier about grain belt grass one of them grain belt premium laga, Bob Weiser, 'cause original Miller highlife pats ribbons, special expo all those big boys. Right. Export made it in their special export. I used to drink specialized specials way back nine thought I was pretty special by doing and as I look through these guidelines all the commercial examples are the big macro brewers, as you know, examples of American log as they have different categories one standard American, log paps ribbon. But that also makes it into American log okay now both of those category. One b so maybe they're splitting them up for some reason. I don't know. Yeah. So if we go into check premium peyot laga, you're looking at things that I can hardly pronounce with words. But you are quoting here somewhere. So we said we were going to bring out the loss one. I'll do this one is like also super try. Yeah. It's like really, yes. Definitely. It's like I feel like a after especially after like breathing afterwards. Super dry. Hang on. I don't get that. There's something wrong with me. I don't think this is dry as I log of for example. No, this is no. Yeah. Sleeves that little Belgian sweetness in the back of my throat. Okay. I know. But the thing is with when things get really dry, the sweetness just like hops out the front. Well, then okay to get this like. I don't know. But to me, it's like like if you make an a multi beer, and you let let it get to dry. It ruins it because it's on them up flavors. All like in your face. And it's weird. And and and this is just a lighter version, but it's still it's so dry that when you breathe after you drink it. Yeah. Like you need a drink of water. Really? Yeah. I think so too. So that that to me would not be a, you know, a big swig beer that would be something different. No, actually, this might even be a little food food friendlier beer and Mike combined with your cheddar and Marmi and mustard which way having hit tonight, by the way. I mean, this is actually. This depends on how you present the beer, right? Right. Yes. Because of the carbonation. Yeah. I mean, this is like you could throw back a lot of these. I'm just saying that just as far as seeing as oppose ner the bit of conundrum. Yes. Say that's a big. Okay. So I said we import six number six what? Yes, we were going to combine the loss. One's easy boy, decking. He'll I know you let Joe coffin back really quickly. No, I'm saving some. Okay. So this is oh you could've compay. Yes. Compare and contrast. Okay. So the last one we're going to try is from the fine burry down in Lyons, Illinois lion. Is it lands on land lands? And of course, that's buckled. I don't know if they all the strip joints clothes in there. I know. Knew about two brothers. Okay. So this one calls from buckle down is is fritzy cuff. Hello Chuck is coughing is fritzy cuffs pills now and. This again, the only one we've had in a lodge. Can is the hail stool. Did not froth over. I'm happy to say. And they call this one a crisp easy drinking pills once again as hazy. Yeah. Actually, I think the least Hayes and those yellow no there is no it's not the least there was one of those clear. Yeah. Oh, really, I think that the hailstorm go back to go back and look at my hailstorms was cleared. Halo. The hailstorm was this actually might be the hazy Asst. Good. The eyeballs washed out there Bill. I liked the bubbles. This is more bubbles coming from the bottom. Then. Hello, donna. And then the head is white long lasting eat is actually that's quite a nice feature. This it sitting in Esau glosses for quite a while. So buckle down brewing. Of course is or cut and his friend show Mahoney, and they have juice some rather outstanding biz over the years. They are always a store on the shelves of most cross via balls. And I think anybody who's been to any of the festivals will have seen the wonderful. Vicky who is always there serving the buckle down bit, the wonderful one. She is indeed an absolutely lovely lady. And she should be their front runner for advertising that bit. But anyway enough of that back to the beer five percent AB. Chuck best one of the boots. Whoa. Dude right there. Okay. Okay. I personally on. Okay. Go ahead. John. I personally almost agree. I I really have to go back and think I really liked the first one from Rick Bailey was kind of. But but this really, so Chuck, why do you think you like this one so instantly over the other? I'm always looking these kind of beers. I'm always looking for balance. I think it's balance. Really, well, I went flavor at the beginning. Whatever the flavor mid palate, which quite often all these beers dot mid Pellett and the finish. And I'm getting I'm getting flavor and all three phases of that. And it's the flavor of. To enjoy the the hot character is not to pain your. It's it's. Yeah. Heine and the logger. I'm none the wrong, bloody stall. If you ask me, but but it's not too car Malim there. They didn't put too many caramel malts in there. I mean, it's just I don't know. I just. You just like it. I like it. I think it's very good that don't boil down to what we've been doing here. Whether you just like a beer or not. But you should try a lot of them and see which one you really like. I think just because you're providing us with a forum that we're judging these beers right now just giving indication that you can discern difference when you compare and and there are some that are better than others. I think they're all different. And you could pick it out. I agree. I think that there are so many different varieties. All the same style from breweries in Illinois. And and we could have gone outside of Illinois. We have plenty of other ones that we could go to who make pills. I mean, I could've used pills NRA CAL's at bay spear. I was hoping that was going to bring street pills. But he didn't. Well, you get the message. Anyway, we know that's a very crisp and clean pills. And that actually comes in a pint Ken. Right. But until you do like a little variety sampling light this. Do you really settle in on one is your favorite? I don't think we can say that any of these particularly bad biz. I think if we had to say in summary, the one that didn't quite fit what I consider to be the style would be prairie crafts that said. Because it had that little something different. I know what it was that. She pretty damn good. You're talking about this. I'm talking about. No, I'm talking about the prairie Crofts prairie pills. Yeah. Because it had that slight difference in it whether or not that is true to style. It didn't me off. So I didn't turn me off either. Yeah. Now, I don't know what the best by dates on these there on the bottom, and I'm trying to see that. Horn. Oh now head. Oh now, this says hang on let me pull this out hang on. So they it says on here canned oh nine seventeen while I'm assuming that's not twenty seven. It's got to be the seventeenth of September. Which now this is this is stuff that I bought on the shelf in Binny's, and it goes back to the old dog, which I don't think is appropriate for this show, but we talk about shelf life and how to control it. So if this tastes as good as it does ofter six Monica. There you go then see pretty dang good bit. Traditionally brewed pills. This will last can properly will last a long time on the south. It will so do pills. News contribute. Gio bid valleys. Well, things do right. I I think they do beer in general Buren. Jank you tend to eat more after you've been drinking, right? And so we'll foods that you eat pizza pizza or you're not eating salads too much. Well, I know couple of guys who think that they have big bellies, and that's friends Chazan. Dave. Belly on the? Tone on the. This. On this phone. Hey, talking about the belly cone gays pants up. That's that's not fine friends from the UK who do pop rock, unfortunately Chaz died last year. Real bomber. We won't get any more originals from him. But I would really advise you to go out and listen to a little Chazan date back to the pills. I think we already summed up with that loss. Beer, believe it or not the one that everybody really likes having said that I will the system a little and say the one that I kind of really liked surprisingly was the Cruz Blanca Mexican log. And I thought that was going to be the one I was gonna. You know that was the first down. Yeah. It'd be and I was gonna be my pick. Yeah. Me too until until. So Mexico versus Germany and actually on the can of fritzy cuffs. They have a picture of a fine looking German fellow in his lead load later late hours. Yeah. I dunno cook call it low to hosing but later housing with an iphone and these boxing gloves on so he oversleep is putting up the fisticuffs as opposed to fritzy fritzy nice little play on words that boys. And I particularly enjoyed it since it was named after my late on coll-. That's correct. Yes. You'll good lay down Fritz? Yeah. You go. And and so the can makes me smile. So it's been an interesting session. We've learned a lot about logging and pills. Nece spring is coming the end. Phil how your palate can discern through? Several different tastings. That's right. Yeah. I think we've had a good time. So we don't have any large losses to pick out, but we do have small sample glasses. So what we have to do is say, it's good night for me. Good night tonight from him and cheers, his he's spills. Oh, bloody Al it was a clanking of sample gloss. I didn't do it beer was flying every hard. You know what shocking? I'm gonna give you a ring of the bell. 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Episode 303: Everything from CES 2021 and a bit about LoRa

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

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Episode 303: Everything from CES 2021 and a bit about LoRa

"The hey everyone. Welcome to the three hundred and third episode of the internet of things. Podcast mrs your host. Stacey higginbotham edger co-host kevin toefl and today is a little bit of a departure. We are not at cas but my power is out because of a downed tree so we're actually recording under some cas conditions which are basically less than ideal. We wait a second. I'm actually in north hall. The lights are out. And i was wondering where everybody was. Oh kevin if you don't have the coronavirus you should make your way home okay. So we have an amazing show for you. We're going to be talking about a lot of cbs news. We also have a little bit of news related to an acquisition by qualcomm. So i'm going to talk about it. Because i love chips. And then we'll hear from one of our sponsors teric owed and we have. Our guest is vinca. Gassman who is president and co founder of the things network. And we're gonna be talking about laura and sidewalk and basically opie wins because who can't get enough of l. p. wins. That would be me. I'm an basically all of y'all because we get a lot of questions where the answer is. Not what would help but before we do any of that. We're going to hear from our sponsor this week sponsor is tech means. Ride home of podcast. And let me just tell you when the new yorker magazine as mark zuckerberg how. He gets his news. He's at the one new source heat definitely follows is tech me and i know mark zuckerberg and i'm okay with that. But i also get my news from techniques. In sodas kevin so for three years and nearly one hundred episodes the technical ride home. Podcast has really helped anybody who doesn't spend all day on the site. Get up to date on the latest news in tech in twenty minutes or so. I know we're not really commuting anymore but in twenty minutes you could make at least half of your dinner or maybe. That's you're getting morning. Ready routine. I don't know but you probably care about tech news. Just as much as kevin and i do so check out. The techni home podcast. It's all the top stories. The top post and tweets and the conversations about those stories as well as behind the scenes analysis so. Search your podcast app now for ride home and subscribe to the technetium ride home. Podcast all righty. Let's talk about cbs. Because my goodness we're not there no wins there we've had. Let's see it's weird weird. Yeah i i don't know what to say i mean i feel i'll be honest. Parts of it are really convenient. My feet don't hurt but it's still an overwhelming amount of content. Even though they're like almost half the number of participants right right they typically have like food thousand five hundred exhibitors and that doesn't count all the little booths and everything this year they have in one thousand nine hundred so not even half and from our perspective. It's it's great to not have to walk around forty miles during the week and all that but we miss out on seeing the products holding the price asking questions. It's just really weird. I feel like vaporware like c has always a time of like. Hey we're gonna launch this and you're like winter you're gonna watch it and they're like i dunno september but i feel like vaporware gets a. It's a lot easier this year. Because it's not like i can even hold your three d prototype. Three print prototype and say oh. When can we expect this. But let's talk about some of the things that we saw that we thought were worth talking about. We'll start with this design. We wrote a story about it but some of the bigger smart home news things. There's a ton going on in your bathroom. We're just gonna start at the bathroom thing. There's too much. Going on in your probably. You may not want to share this with everyone but the biggest thing i was excited about because now i live in this rainy cold. Climate is the colour stillness tub. And this isn't even that smart honestly the thing. That's most exciting about it is. It's a giant organise forty eight inch by eight inch tub that you can. It fills for the bottom. So that's cool right. There's no spouted just like grills up from the bottom and the smarts come into play. If you buy like for sixteen thousand dollars you can get the max invis- still miss tub package which involves infinity which means the water will stream over the size of your tub into a great. And they're connected lights. That work with madame and google and whatnot. That is the tub. I one that require seventy two seventy two inches of space. I don't have that. That is too fancy for me. Go my gosh tub next next week soon. We'll be recording from the tub from the bathtub because she's converted her office into a tub room. Okay so that's that's that's like the big thing but they also because its covid. Colour mohan all these other companies to bathroom fixtures. They are doing touchless losses. Some of them were richard. Some of them are new. But basically just you know again. The sisters does censor you wave your hand in front of it and booth. Water comes out. You can also tie these into madame a or google and not so germophobic at the moment. But i am excited like i think it'd be kind of neat to be like. Hey g till my tub at a hundred and four degrees you know it takes a long time and it could just start happening. And you've had the benefit of using touchless faucet in your kitchen and explain some of those benefits so at first i would say this is not something i'd be interested in but based on your experiences. Yeah i could see it in the bathroom to went up. Yeah into the kitchen. It's nice because it it meters out the water so you can ask for two tablespoons or two cups in it. It just meters out in mohan actually announced a voice activated faucet at cas is well for the kitchen so those are the faucets now. It's tuck toilets. Colour launched a touchless toilet with. I mean we see these all the time. This is a little less scary than the ones in public restaurant restrooms. Where you know you sit down and then like the toilet flushes. It's h- and you're like this one is a actual flusher and then you wave your hand by the fleischer in the fleischer flush so it's a little bit more seles scary. We've seen that before. I mean yes out in public venues and whatnot. So it's not a senior home but toto. Has this concept toilet. And this is. This is vaporware like nobody's business but their concept toilet. Is you deliver your outputs to the toilet as they delicately put it and the toilet says it analyzes those delegates it puts It analyzes says. Hey your diet. let's imbalanced here's a recipe for a salad. And i wish i were being sarcastic. 'cause this is my sarcastic version of a smart toilet. Would do for people in in part of me is really excited about stuff like this because i think less so in the home but i think in like nursing homes and hospitals having the ability to measure like dehydration in a toilet is a really interesting opportunity and also i mean we've even seen some wastewater plants in such recently through university projects determine if covid in the population and whatnot. So there's there's a whole other side of this that could be useful. Yeah so in. And i did. The epa actually has a big thing online about that in one of the challenges there though one is still trying to figure out how to measure it in causation correlation there but the other thing is they're pulling samples every twenty four hours in they're running it's not electronic. It's a it's a it's a scientific tests so we would have to develop a sensor to fit in the toilet that would be able to measure to look for basically are fragments and nothing. We can't do it but nothing like that exists right now. So new. Those toilets neither. Does this toilet so but there are actually battle. Made powered toilets you can have you know cooler has when i don't even wanna talk about it. Smartwatch there's still a been equals crap out. Yeah so let's move out of. The bathroom is atomic out of the bathroom. Can we do yes we should. Let's go to the kitchen and the rest of the home. Let's see so. We saw a bunch of new appliances with new connections. Samsung has some interesting stuff including a robot that i thought you were excited about. This is also still in development over the bought handy. Yes yeah now. This is in development and but they say will be delivered but then again. I think i've seen robots on the samsung prestige three years in a row. And i haven't yet seen any of those come to market so be that as it may. I do want the bought handy so this this is a roving robot which is something. I've done it for a long time. I wanna smart roving robot in my house with digital assistant built in some sensors. This actually adds an arm with a gripper hand and using sensors at the top of the of the robot the robot is like a round almost like a robot vacuum platform but then a stalk on the top the robot itself with the little happy face and sensors at the top that stock trunk can actually rise up so that way the hand can retire things that can go back down to reach things on the floor and the sensors inside again using. Ai can analyze what it sees and detect objects and also what they're made of or what they presume they're made of and samsung showed off against his. All canned footage they showed was the bad handy grabbing plates out of the sink dirty dishes and putting them in the dishwasher for you and then closing the dishwasher. I see a lot of potential here for small meal type tasks. And that's great you know. They're showing it pouring wine and picking up laundry dropping in the hamper because it knows what clothing is. It knows what hampers presumably my question. How much will it cost. The answer is going to be too much for me. Be how much will the consumer have to program this thing or teach it to do things or will it come with certain functionality built in that's a totally open ended question right now. Yeah how does it learn your house and the motions required to do things. I would also say a lot of those things. I look at it as a quote unquote puttering and i love puttering. I like running through the house. Picking stuff. I get it right ahead. Someone's coming over and it's a surprise clean. That's less enjoyable but in jeff bezos is a fan of puttering actually sets aside time in his schedule to putter as well. I don't know if he's like loading the dishwasher in picking up close off the floor. But i'd like to think he is. I wouldn't think this is gonna change the world. It's more of a potential convenience factor as suspect all right also in the kitchen. June the maker of kevin's in my smart ovens that we i'm going to go with the. I adore my june. Yes we adore it. My wife does as well. The company was purchased this week by weber. The maker of grills and june has had a with weber for a couple of years. They make weber has introduced last year. A smart grill that uses june's of operating system in technology and the plan is for the ovens to still be manufactured and things will continue on. It's just that june has now been purchased by weber. They're going to be run as a separate entity under the weber. Brand is what i gathered. Yeah is reps up. What i'm gonna call. I'm feeling like it's the end of an era. And i say this because just two weeks ago i got an email from chase. Johnson who was the founder and ceo of august in august was acquired by allah which is the parent of el. Locks in jason's lockup hit hit ended in. He's moving on to do his own thing. He doesn't know what it is yet. And i was like. Oh i remember. Visiting his company would is just a tweet. As i write in. It's the same with tune and now it's acquired allegiant just acquired. You know me in. I think these deals that. We don't know the terms of the june deal. I think saw an article that the founders did alright. And i just i feel like we've seen the creation of some new devices but nothing has legs blown the top of the world off right. Nothing crazy has happened yet. So i feel like we're ending. If we think about the first era was the google acquired nest era of the smart home. now we're ending like with these like smaller cool devices that her a little bit iterative. I don't know what comes next. So i i just was feeling a little nostalgia related to that. I i hope that an and i think that this is part of the acquisition reason that this opens up the distribution channels for june maybe production faster production because they got the new ovens out. And it's all preorder and send me an email and we'll let you know when it's ready and and what not end developer resources because we had Wasn't met van horn on our vincent. October yeah right and i had asked him like hey know happened. Getting google support on their. You know not just madam as and he's like well. It's a matter of time and resources and priorities and well. Hopefully they can do that and things like that. Yeah hopefully okay. So let's see. I don't wanna talk we. We did a story the only other thing for that story that i'm really excited about that. I think everybody in the podcast will also be excited about is alarm dot com released a sensor that uses lt and it. You don't have to have an alarm alarm dot com security system to use this but you will have to go through a distributor to buy it but what. This is a standalone. Lt. based sensor for a hundred and thirty dollars or that's the and there will be a subscription associated with it but for everybody who wants like open close sensor and their shed door but it's too far from their wifi network. This is going to solve that problem. Or maybe you want to have a gate or you want to check like cars passing into your driveway. These are the kind of things that you might be able to do with that. So i'm just throwing that out there. It's a thing that exists. If you want it you just need to. Go call an alarm. Dot com distributor in your area. They're going to sell you. The device in the also handled the subscription related. I feel like a lot of dwyer's you're not going to be like super jazzed about this. But i could be wrong. Well we do get a lot of calls and questions about sensors. That are just too far from the home wifi network. So how can they communicate on the internet. And you know we talked about laura. We talked about sidewalk. Labs future type things. This is this mrs here now so this is a new thing. Yeah so let's see. What else should we talk about. What do you want to talk about. Wireless sensing we saw a couple of things related to that. Yeah yeah absolutely So lynxes they have their subscription service. It's wisit links aware for like three dollars a month. I believe they're adding a feature that will allow your Links devices to literally send out wireless signals and then determine if there's movement in the home based on that and even wear that movement is This is something we've been talking about kind of wanting for some time because from a security standpoint. You wanna know if somebody's in your home but you may not want things like cameras that give up too much of your own personal privacy. So there's no cameras involved. Here this is all wireless imaging so to speak and along the same lines. A company called heck's came out with a new product that. Cas that does the same thing. The they started back in twenty thirteen as a different company. But there actually origin wireless so the company's name. His origin in the system is called hex oak. So basically you you get these wireless imaging pucks. And they're very small. The main one is four inches and small. Little pucks two inches. And they basically do nothing but send out wireless signals and read. Who is moving out who that. Somebody's moving around where they're moving around. Send you notifications. And it's basically a smarter or different type of security system. Those pucks are gonna start for one fifty nine ninety nine. I believe for small home and range up to fifty nine depending on how many you need. But it's not going to be available till summer which i'm disappointed because i really would like to try it. Yeah and i. I should mention because we've seen this before. I think either. A twenty fourteen or fifteen cis cognitive systems launched a security system called. It was either. I was called ara and that was what it did and what happened is the system was right he used his are rf disruption to say. Hey this is where someone is in your home. What happened was they pulled the security system in what they did is they took the technology in started they did a deal with qualcomm and qualcomm is now embedding that technology into routers in. So we're going to see more of this going forward you know. I've talked to the ceo of cognitive. There are other companies company. That's bind heck's there's another company and i think this is something to keep an eye on not just with wi fi signals but like last week on the show. We had someone ask us about fall detection. In the one of the devices we suggested is from a company called. vr fair. And they actually do. Similar are sensing they just use different spectrum and so this is going to be a big deal going forward. I think it'll be really interesting to see how it works. Especially as we add more and more into our homes exempt. Okay oh should we talk about pet doors. Oh okay so. There's always a product or to where i'm like. Nah that's a joke right. That's a joke but this is not a joke and this comes from the timberland mike. You folks. I don't know what to say the my cue pet portal which is literally an entire door. You buy a exterior door and replace your current extreme door with us and at the bottom of the door is built in almost like elevator doors for your pet and their sensors your pet whereas a bluetooth collar and the door open or you can say you can remotely opened the door and maybe your pet is only allowed out at certain times. It's three thousand dollars. You also gonna tracker though this is. Your dog. Went out x number of times a day and three thousand dollars. This is a lot okay. So i have a dog. I've had a dog door in three of my home's one of my homes. I had a custom dog door by that. I meant bought a dog door. And we had a custom. Door-maker make the door in stick with the whole for the doug door that cost me about a thousand dollars and it my latest house. I actually cut a hole in the side wall of my house and installed the door. The door was about to say fifty to eighty dollars and then the physical labor of having someone cut through and do the trim and all that was maybe a thousand dollars so we still haven't gotten to the level of this door I will say that some people really worry about lake leading. I live in a rural area. So it's possible. Raccoon may enter through my dog dory with nepi exciting sure so but we've seen bluetooth enabled dog doors for a long time. That is not a new thing. And i just this seems like overkill. It's fancy though it at the door opens like an elevator. It seems third-floor dog biscuits. It's like it just seems so over engineered to may for what is and that's why the prices the price but isn't that you ciro of dog doors all well they do. They do give you. And it's a two hundred dollar value a one year my you video store subscription so you can see your dog going in and out i have. I have a thirty dollar wise cam that i set up by my dog door to track. How often my dog goes in. And out just saying okay so you could buy a hundred wise camps for the price of. Yeah but you know. We got to subtract the thousand dollars for the door. Yeah yeah you know. We're we're getting there kevin. We're going to get there okay. There is some other pet tech the connected dog colors coming along way. If you're interested in that they had a connected dog color that also tracked the pets sleeping and movements and their barks in it would interpret their barks to tell you if your dog has said this is by pulse pet. It is ninety nine dollars for small one hundred dollars for big one and there's also a collar called the fi- collar f i end this. I didn't see yes. I've seen a couple of other places but this is about one hundred dollars and then there's a subscription fee but. This is a cellular color. That's actually not a terrible size for a dog even a smaller dog. Maybe not a chihuahua. Think about twenty five to twenty five thousand up or really furry dog. I don't know. I anticipate that amazon will have a sidewalk. Labs dog collar available at some point. That was a demo thing. So fetch so. Don't buy connected dog just yet okay. Let's see what else do we have from. Cbs we have some news from rink. We do have some news from ring. I it's not really new device news it's actually New security news which is always good. So ring is launching video end to end encryption for some of their products and i just wanna be clear they. They actually already do. Offer end to end encryption. For the video when you're videos uploaded to the cloud and when it's stored on servers what this new feature does is it gives you a. Lets you enroll your mobile device with a special pass key and without that paschi year videos cannot be viewed on any mobile device. So be yes. You can be ensured that nobody's going to sign into your ring account with another device and just look at all your stuff that's stored in the cloud right so this is for me. Go through real quick the ring video doorbell pro any lead the floodlight cam the spotlight cam wired cam plugin kamya lead and indoor cam. Any battery powered video doorbells. They're not going to support end and this type of end to end encryption on. That's interesting so like. I wonder if even like this is subpoenaed. Then it's no longer rings decision to like. Release the files to a police agency. Because i wonder if this response to that or if this in response to people having terrible passwords in their cameras getting so i don't know what it's in response to but in terms of subpoenas and such. I suspect that they cannot hand over the video. Where they can hand it over but it will be encrypted because if you lose your pass phrase. There is no way to recover it. You have to start over and rian role mobile devices. Wow i mean that's hard core but it's also like a super safety thing. I don't think a lot of people are going to do it. Probably not because if they lose the code becomes a hassle and they even say ring says you might lose access to videos that you've already recorded if you lose your passcode. I like this. I do think we have to figure out a better way to train people on password keeping passwords for a long period of time and recovery. I say that. Because i just saw the story in the new york times about people losing passwords for their bitcoin wallets which one goes wallet is worth two hundred twenty million dollars right now and he can't access it. Yeah it was like that guy. Oh no that is shape. He had other bitcoin anyway. So there's that the other thing i want to say about ring is last week. I did the ring. Mel box sensor review because of a weirdness in my amazon madam a account on my phone. It's crazy slow. So when i tried to actually create the notification so if i got mail my amazon echo would announce you have male. I said you couldn't do it. But that's not actually true. I just. I must have hit the wrong button because in my routines i was not able to get to that place. But if you go to madame a app you create a routine and instead of having you talk to madame a you picked smart home. And then you pick the mailbox sensor you can actually turn that to detected and then create a thing where madame able speak to you and say you've got mail. She doesn't say the thing. But that's kind of what i like to imagine. Okay any other. Cas news oh there is. There's energy harvesting news. I'm so excited about energy harvesting. Because i think batteries are. They're terrible for the it because you can't stick you know a couple of hundred thousand sensors places and then have to change their batteries every six months. It's not going to happen so sequence which makes modems and an energy harvesting company called. I'm going to go with e. p. e. p. a. s. They actually demonstrated an energy harvesting. Lt m an nba ot modem. That's a big deal. That means you have a cellular modem. That can run on temperature changes or solar or. You've had those for a while but this is an integrated system and that means it'll be cheaper and smaller and more efficient and we're excited about this. I don't know if this is going to actually exist or not but it's definitely a step in the right direction for the reasons that you mentioned But it still limited because the collected data from the sensor can only be sent up to eight times a day without a battery so it's not the kind of thing yet where you couldn't get information every few minutes and so on blood it is awesome. Yeah in still at eight times a day though you can do something you know like i think you temperature changes you could also check the status of something and you can also use it to wake up and say something and then you could actually activate something that is maybe battery powered that can give you more information. So think of things like fire detection rate. If the sensor checks eight times a day and is like is anything on fire is anything on fire. Oh my god it's on fire than it wakes up something else right excited okay. Is that all our cbs news. I believe that's it because again it was like a quarter of the show is that we usually see it's and it was just. I don't know how to describe it. Surreal to just watch videos and such. Yeah i think. I tweeted the binge-watching. Cas sucks i stand by that statement. I'm oh i will say. I will say i did hear one interesting thing so i heard lots of interesting things but this stuck with me the. Cto of bosch was talking about their self driving car efforts and he did a real level set for people i feel. He mentioned that robo. Taxis like self-driving row taxes in dense urban areas. Were all excited about that right. The the total recall future. He says he doesn't even see that happening. The first part of this century. So i remember like five years ago. We were all talking about. Hey we're gonna have self driving cars by light now and we don't. My daughter actually brought this up to us the other day. She's like. I think i'm gonna have to get my driver's license and you told me i wouldn't have to know that's a good point. I mean we. There was the promise of this tech. And we've seen it mature but then it kind of has been held up because either safety concerns that need to be addressed or the tech is in performing the way expected to and you. Obviously you can yeah. You can't take chances with people's lives like that. It's it's one thing to have like a bad firmware update on the light bulb. That's not gonna hurt anybody most. But if all of a sudden driverless cars just go haywire or whatever yeah big problem. Yeah so i just wanted to throw that out there. It was interesting. Oh also wireless syncing. There was a connected lamp. It was the newbie light and obi. It's a smart lamp. It's basically retrofit your existing Lamps in your home. So flush mounts were overhead cans and whatnot and this claims to do fall detection. Which is something we were looking into last week for somebody. it's got monitoring twenty four seven monitoring. There's no camera. It's not really watching. It's using again wireless signals but it's expensive. I mean i think they said to outfit the average apartment was like twenty one hundred dollars or something to that effect or you can rent the bulbs in rent these things and get the monitoring service for one hundred nineteen dollars a month. That's i mean. I'm all for fall detection. But that's about wallet detection. That's tough. we'll wait for links us aware at three dollars a month to add that on for another. Please please yeah all right but it is. I mean that's to show where this technology is going argosy more places and that's probably the best a right so that. Cas so far that. I'm sure we're going to talk a few more things next week. But let's talk about chip news because this isn't exactly iot but you know i got an identity because the silicon industry so we're going to talk about it very briefly. Two big deals happened on wednesday when we recorded the show. The first intel replaced ceo. Bob swan who was not there. Very long with pat gelsinger. I only say this because petco singer man this this guy headed up. Begin where this guy ended up emc. So i don't know maybe he's going to sell intel the dell. Now that is not gonna happen. Yeah but the point is pack. Housing is like a legit godfather in the tech industry. So intel is like help please. Pat pat graciously will help We'll see how that goes to qualcomm. Acquired a startup called nubia for one point. Four billion dollars. I'm saying this because new. Vm makes a cpu. Qualcomm has also historically made a really awesome cpu the snapdragon. Cpa's inside most of your phones up until apple started making their own and the new via founders. Were actually from. Apple's chip design team and qualcomm is buying this and plans to put nubia. Cpu's inside their high end smartphone chips in it's also going to bring them into the server business a little bit more. Qualcomm has been working on server chips using the arm technology for a while. And it's been going alright. It's still a it's still tough to get people to buy arm based servers they're getting better And like i said nubia does use the arm architecture license so this isn't lincoln a rejection of arm. This is just like qualcomm saying you know what we've been really good at designing. Cps i mart phones for a while but smartphones are taking on more jobs and we want to get into the server market like nobody's business and so let's let's by nubia and re architect so it's a big deal and they're big claim to fame is similar to the apple am one claim to fame and that is a lot of performance on very low power. Yes that's that's what we're all looking for so maybe one day we'll have energy harvesting computers. Probably not okay. So that is all of our news and cas up to this. Point is still going on for another day or two so we probably will talk about it next week so now. Let's go to the iot voicemail line which is by very the iot podcast hotline is brought to you by very very a fully distributed iot engineering firm. Helping you get your biggest projects fully operational on time and on budget. Discover what varies multidisciplinary teams can do at. Www very possible dot com. That's www v. e. r. y. possible dot com. And if you wanna leave a message on the iot voicemail hotline please give us a call at five onto six two three seven four two four if you call us and leave us a question or comment you'll be in the running for a your choice of a ninety nine dollar smart speaker be from google amazon or apple and that ends at the end of the month. So don't wait to get your call and question in again. That's five one. Two six two three seven four two four. This week's question is from tom. About a lighting with lutron caserta. Why kevin and say this is tom. I am from bucolic buffalo grove illinois chicago suburb with no buffalo's and no gross. And i love your podcast. And i have a quick question. So all of our all whites feeling life and table lamps are controlled by wonderful trunk. Said it's so. Here's my if i replace all of our bulbs with tuba white bulbs would it be possible to use apples to death as lighting to change the color of all throughout the day and still use trying to set up. Of course thanks. okay. Tom i has. I have bad news. I'll just. I'll just tell you that you can't do this. It's very simple. you can do it. That's all know i had long wanted to do this. Not not that. But many years ago i tried to use lutron switches and phillips evolves. Actually so your exact situation or possibly your exact situation and it didn't work. And i called lutron and they're like yeah. It's basically a too many chefs in the kitchen problem. You can't have a smart switch in a smart pulp at the same time. Well there's hope though way kevin you're like the good cop bad cop good top tom. Stacey says no kevin says yes. I say maybe because apple homekit. Adaptive lighting is being enabled with firmware updates to bridges and products such as philips hue and eve products. Those are the most recent ones that i think came in december of last year november december. So it is possible. That lutron does a firmware update to their bridge or their switches. That bring adaptive lighting. I have not seen any news on that. I don't know if they will. i hope they do but again. That will be done with regular bulbs so they won't be tune -able so one of the features of adaptive lighting is. If you have the right bulbs in place they can work. Basically you can get daylight or super warm light so with lutron in normal bulbs you're going to be able to and i don't know if adaptive lighting really in that case i would take it. I take that over. Nothing takes them to me all right so so tom. That's what i have to tell you. It's not ideal but that's where it's at and call. If you want this to change you should call lutron. They're actually jim. You call their hotline their support hotline the here the smartest nicest people who will answer all of your questions really well not that. We weren't happy to do it but then they'll also note that that's something you want so they tell stacy sent you. Yeah stacey sensors all right well. That concludes this portion of the show. But please stay tuned for a message from our sponsor and after that our guest vinca gassman. Who is president and co founder of the things network. He's going to be talking. About use cases for laura the difference between laura and laura win and whether or not amazon sidewalk network will ever become part of laura win network so much. Good stuff all this awaits you. Hey everyone we are taking a quick break from the internet of things. Podcast message from our sponsor. This week sponsor is teric owed and i have michael sack. Who is the ceo and founder of terror code here with us and love for you to tell me a bit about how tarik owed can help. Companies implement their iot strategies. Hair code provides all the services. A company needs to start iot project to speed up and existing project and perhaps to solve challenges. The company might be facing with the current iot project. This means that we can help you. Define your project. Help you make technology choices. Help you implement that technology developed the apps you need help you collect data and analyze that data. Find ways to improve your business. We do a lot of rapid prototyping for client excellent. So can you share an example of how you've done rapid prototyping and share some of the metrics listeners. Can understand what's involved sure. We recently did a rapid prototype for an ivy league university. They wanted to track skeleton keys. They get lost by maintenance crews they actually spent over one hundred thousand dollars a year replacing these kids within two weeks we had designed solution source the parts and actually install the system so that we could demonstrate it to their. It team so that they could trace cheese on campus. We use something called win. And laura laura was a great solution for this use case because it sends data over very long. This the cost to do this prototype was less than ten thousand dollars now. We can pinpoint keys on campus and trigger. Alerts a worker leaky behind. And there's no more t replacements heslin. Does the solution that you designed for the university offer them any other advantages. I think that's the beauty of the solution designed. Once the campus has a few laura receivers up. We can collect anything over the network for example. The university has a bunch of groundwater sensors and measurement devices that they use to track the potential for flooding on campus. Right now they have to collect that data manually from each sensor for about ten dollars a piece we were able to hook up. Laura transmitter that sends the data over the same laura network for using to track the teeth. We can equip vehicles to track their location. We've actually started a process of putting vibration sensors into the vehicle to determine what vehicle hits a pothole and when we find a pothole. We alert the crews that repair the roads to go out and fix those potholes inside the building. Expensive equipment can be tracked and remotely manage using laura and really the possibilities for for this school or unless all urging the same fairly inexpensive. Laurie network that we set up for their proof of concept. That's amazing all right mike. Where can i learn more about tariff code low power win and the services that you provide go to code dot com slash stacey on iot we have a special offer we'll do a free iot audit and again back. Tirico dot com for clash dc on iot. Everyone welcome back to the internet of things. Podcast this is your host. Stacey higginbotham and today's guest is vinca gilman. Who is the co founder and ceo of the things network. Hello vinca how are you today. They're very good burger. Thanks for having me on the show. stacey i am really excited so i do want to give you a chance because you have the most amazing dutch name. I'm assuming ever. And i did not say it totally correctly. Do you wanna tell people who you are. So they understand who you are really for sure. Sure not real touchdowns undeserving kosice among and co founder. Ceo of the things network. We are talking today. All about laura and laura and so first. Let's talk about what the things network is in why y'all started it. Yes so yawn yellen stuck in a co founder and cto of things that were restarted in two thousand fifteen we. We saw this technology. Laura a win and we were charmed by the technology and the technology is around. You can send small messages using very little power over very long distance and we thought it technology were very excited and then we saw also some initial ideas for use cases in one of the first use cases was smart mouse trap so Tells a when a mouse is god and and so we tell these these these use cases we saw the interesting technology but what we also saw it was it was incredibly hard to build a product and it was also very very hard to build a go to market in iot and i just accident a company before that in media so i created a company a there was actually a net flicks. Four lens looks came to the netherlands. we sold it to To dutch publisher. Because because of course we didn't. We didn't win from netflix. Here and we were so excited about his his. It technology and we all sides hearts. We thought it let's just build a developer ecosystem. I jet let's just focus on making sure that we create tools for developers to make sure that their product development is easier less risky lower time to market so we created all kinds of platforms created a kickstarter with development devices. To save weight can just make it easier and then see when we make it easier. What kind of business comes out of it. So we had a bit of a strange start company that we saturday. That's just throw developer tools at the market until it's commercially sticks. And we did that with our organization to things network first and after that when we saw there was a clear need for commercial products and services. We started the company to things industries. And this is in. The cloud role than ancient world is actually quite a well known business model where you have open source business model where you have open source in an open platform and forty enterprise. You have eight enterprise in in a commercially ranted than his ation. And in five years it grew from starting in amsterdam with a with a small network now having almost thirty thousand gateways and hundred thirty thousand developers on the platform at an enterprise side. We have the yet many many large customers around the world. Okay so y'all started with developer tools not a network which i feel like with laura win a lot of the startups like sick fox senate. They all came out and they were like we shall build a network I shouldn't say laura is low power wide area networks. So you're lp wins. Laura is just one option at their. These companies came out. They built a network and then they were like the network is ready in this area. Please give us devices in that. That didn't work out at all. Actually it's very hard to build a new network. It's very cost inefficient when you're talking about tiny bits of data. There's there's very few people who want to spend a lot of money to send a piece of data from like a smoke alarm or something right. So how did you address the need to create both the market and the network at the same time. If you talk about what you say. The category of albi wednesday. It's been it's been put from the start in d. bucket of network operators. Because they were first to adopt it. And as you say if you look at the success of laura on or when that is actually not word is i. I am on a percents short at. Nobody's making money out of albion networks. You're all kinds of reasons to. I think you mentioned mall. It's really hard to operate. And it's really hard to guarantee coverage it's really hard to make make a business model on top of it but it's really is to finance because she just kept the Telco are pre based valuation models. You get excel template and then you failing iot and i love southern you get to these crazy. Evaluations and you can get a lot of funding so that drove it. And that's really it sounds. It sounds a bit negative but it's not because I truly believe in potential. Is that most of the iot. And we're laura an lpn. Rain strong in the last mile is letting the last part where you have dead last little stretch of making sure we provide the connectivity so we see a lot of traction in for instance restaurants retail farms shopping mall. i sidestepped need a specific kind of connectivity. That allows us to act on a battery for very long. There's just a massive growth. We had a bit of a Especially retail and the hospitals and the and the restaurant business. Of course this year was was was not the best year there. That's in two thousand. Nineteen we had their a massive massive growth in these segments. So going back to your questions is that there's there's been a lot of framing marketing around albion being a telco or network focused technology and we have never seen that we think it's a great technology for last mile and that's why and also building networks and building setting up the gateways yourself actually so easy especially at skill and a capital expenses are very low that it's just a very complimentary to moments to wifi so let's talk about some of your customers and where they're using it and how they're using it. One of our customers focuses compliancy endure best brought up this day. Help restaurant owners to make sure they have in in the us state. Let's state specific compliancy reports. And if you think. I'm running fast round on any at all. He likes this kind of at of endeavour gays measuring the temperature of the fridges and measuring the temperature. At which for instance all kinds of food raw meat etc is kept is over at so death can go up to. Let's say zero point one zero point two. Fte did you have to account for as a for your compliancy activities. If you have a sensor that will cost even hundred or two hundred dollars a month than you already have positive business case because it's it's directly saving on the operational expensive so they're like that is a very strong example where you see the business cases. The technology strong the service levels are being mad and were deaths just really ready to skill and that's happening at the mod another one. We seem building management optimization of workplace oh brings one of our customers. We work day. They use it for measuring how they're meeting rooms are really being used at a meeting. Room ulcer for damaged overhead. But if they see that one of the places as too many meeting rooms. Dan converting for meeting room to desk. Space is directly additional revenue. Dares where we've seen in in smart buildings agriculture. That's very very broad from a tracking cows in australia at our lady's on these fence lewis farms. Day just wellm round anywhere but you still need to check on their health and at cetera we see a lot of use cases informing around water water management a moisture sensing measuring when to irrigate an measuring. How effective that is lot of data. Comes from that and we see that being used in vineyards unlike high value crops. Like for instance like advocate avocados and almonds and kind of stuff so you have really from facility management. Smart building agriculture. Of course smart. Metering that kind of stuff logistic. So yeah i can go on and on and on even whatever customers Billington is one of the biggest ship management companies. Were helping them. Doing condition monitoring the ship. So so yeah. It's super diverse. Wow okay and the common denominator. Is they put these gateways in. They attach them to their existing networks presumably. If they're going to use the enterprise version they call y'all for licensed they get the license. I've seen the marketplace on your site. So they by the sensors from the marketplace and then they manage them from a web dashboard. They kept from yes yet. Yeah exactly so. The only thing is that don't buy from us. We just have partners that provide sensors way. We don't wanna be in between as marketplace because that's just adding cost and we would not we would not be adding that much value so so much that day just go to the vendors themselves without changes the Denominator would be that day. Have a let's say undisclosed data problem so they want to know something about her operations with stay. Most of the time it had to hire field service Force to tackle net like mousetraps or with a pencil and paper. Ride debenture readings of a of a fridge. And now all of a sudden they can exit way more easy and that's that's the real common denominator so elda on this ship. It's for instance. D condition of ventilation fans Plan the maidens of these moving parts away more efficient in facility management. It's in the pest control part. Where a day only need to check on the traps or or aware. Actually ed rodents are are being caught in. The restaurants is dad. You don't need to bother. Educate an employee in that specific restaurant to be able to fill in compliance report and more is is able to offer that in a way that it is it is the business case is very strong right and i'm not talking about ten or twenty percent efficiency. No like princeton with these temperature sensors for a food. Compliancy were talking about return on investments within a month right for innovation. You always need to have these very very strong. A business guy said so that is that is i would say yeah the common denominator strong business case around undisclosed data got it. So let's talk a little bit about the consumer side. I know that's not what y'all do. But you've been doing a laura base network for you know five or six years. So i feel like you might have some thoughts and we should start actually by telling people the difference between the laura network and laura weigh-in network because i think it's more confusing than it needs to be. Yes sure sure of Best explain it's around an example. Is that a delorean is the network protocol. So maybe if people use ahead use the internet day Might have heard of an ip address and ended ip for Address stands for internet protocol. And what the inter protocol. Internet protocol dude does it makes. It makes sure at the right data ends up at the ranch. Receiver debt protocol than talks to all the hardware switches and cables and the wifi routers. But this physical Router is talking is transmitting. Data in a physical way and internet protocol is making sure that his own managed so. If you look at laura laura. Win is like internet protocols rights. It's a protocol that make sure that data is secure. Data is routed in right direction. So if you're sensor or your mousetrap sends a message it ends up in the right place in your european and if you look at laura laura is just the what recall. The physical there from physical in radio is also is also three s. What it basically does it is able to put messages in a very special way on the air and that it can be received very far away using very little power. And that's basically basically the difference dot at so when we talk about laura networks. We're talking about you know just the basic network in if we want things to inter operate on that network so anything with the laura radio can send the data on that radio network but if you want to actually have things see the data and understand it. You're gonna have to be on laura win or if you're in a proprietary network whatever. The proprietary standard is correct. So yeah that's where to skomer. So then let's talk about all the options out there in the biggest one was announced not last year but to septembers ago now When amazon said it was gonna build the sidewalk network. It was going to be sub gigahertz network. They didn't really talk about it. And then their first sidewalk enabled device came out and we saw that. It was a laura chip from some tech and everybody got really excited. But the protocol running on top of that as amazon's protocol. I think it's a really exciting thing. Because i as a consumer have a need for a low power wider in at work outside my home right. I wanna have sensors in my garden that that talked things people constantly ask us for mailbox sensors or sensors for their driveway. Things that are just too far away from their house. They want to integrate into their smart home. So i guess what. I'm curious about here is. How do we make laura or maybe it's low power wins accessible to the consumer. What needs to happen. Our main focus is to also obtained a bit of a picture what what is actually the difference between the enterprise world consumer The perfect case for us is going to restaurants and if we can solve a problem where you can use to zero point two after e to bring a better service instead of have somebody Compliance report and if we can enable that with our network technology that is what we do we are not at all because an onyx market. But what my take on debt is is a executives were saying consumer just wants to make sure that it works and alexa. That day did is very well ringed this this very well nested this very well and they got into the market you created a market have tons of copycat has and that has a huge amount of of interesting use cases have caps feeder in my house which is like a wifi connect with gas feeder As just perfect by my cat is like i was. I learned that. I gave my cat way too much food. The is a good weight. And it's like more healthy and it's like it's literally made my life way better and those. Yeah that's that's that's pretty good. Having think adding the capability of laura to his alexa at ecosystem does makes a huge amount of sense from a technology product perspective. And i think on top of that except like this edit of the product and the proposition is super important for enterprise Consumer is dead. So what would happen. Where the data. And in here in europe we have gdp are which is a. It's actually very privacy. Regulations that anybody can understand An and it looks like at the current architecture that they figured it out but but yeah that's him identity that's always very very important to top care. Okay so the difference then is mostly around privacy and ease of use privacy and security is that that's not different from from from consumer and an enterprise. I think the differences in ease of use. I guess you'd would be. What does what alexa did you ask alexa. What to do. And it just gives you what you need. We're getting new competition on the consumer side. I am interested in the idea that the laura win alliance is asking amazon to get involved with them rate so saying hey can can we kind of push sidewalk in this together and maybe one day we'll have one more open kind of standard. Do you think that might ever happen. I think in general what Can say round is that will have transportation and which is healthy distributed like distribution and competition around differed low bar of our technologies what is very beneficial for the mark and when competition actually sure that say the market and at some point that consolidates and consolidate you. Don't wanna be forced to buy a whole new. Set of clubs are the vendors known to be forced in completely changing their technology so I'm in general in favor of a unification of this network protocol and ended up would benefit all players. At the moment. I think the opportunity at the moment is so banked at anybody it's providing any Kind of technology should be looking at how they can leverage the standards that are already there in the market and partner. Maybe that's all right. Thank you. I feel like we have really talked about a lot of things and i do want to give you a chance because you are going to talk a lot more about laura and the network very soon you wanna tell us about that so yeah thanks for asking for the opportunity to share as We have the things conference us lady. fifteen hundred people come together from all around the world in amsterdam at the end of generating. How are we going to have happen last week of january completely in a virtual event awaken lauren building. It solutions with aranda generate business value. The we have a discount out. And it's in the description of of this show and we. I would love to see there and you can find that discount code in the show notes. All right vinca. Thank you so much for coming on the show this week. That's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening and remember. If you'd like more iot news sign up for my newsletter at stacey on i o t dot com. We'll see you next week.

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Crazy On You

Fame is a Bitch

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Crazy On You

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I hate to use the word orgy next to the way they use the word orgy but that's all we've been doing this having these eating orgies, some of you. are very familiar with Angela Demean. One of my tippy toppers she sent. Me An us a gigantic box of meat. Sorry vegans you gotTa Plug. Your ears for this one. fucking too big Oh what a bunch of meat. Tomahawk stakes. Endless amounts of hamburgers and don't don't sleep on hamburgers. These are the absolute best hamburgers I've ever had in my life. I don't care if you WANNA talk about New York City hamburger joints great old places like Smith. I don't care what you're saying the palm, the Meat Oh my God. Love Freda. On this is not an ad, but he got the guy. Props love. Freedom. Meets Jesus. Christ F. R. E. Idea. Impossible, then we got a big chunk meat, it's pork but now people don't understand the puck but is not from the S. it's from the shoulder in it is a gigantic piece of meat had to be a twenty pound piece of meat would cut into four pieces. We made one last Sunday just a nice slow Cook Cuban marinated Type Flavor Park. But fucking meet was fall off just with a toothpick cook that baby for four five hours unbelievable. So that's what the did this family she's great I love her And we've been doing the same without the meat box. Rowsley Cook up the storm saw I'm I'm absolutely thicker fatter. I'm a lot healthier and. Healthier I'm a lot happier on that. Not Healthier. I mean, it is one of those houses where you wake up and it's you know the eggs or fucking going off like I make eggs every morning with the bacon cheesy eggs and everybody's jumping in and his bagels, and I can't I can't stop that and don't forget I've been living in a guest room for months. So this is like you know insanity. I got my niece my toodle nieces eva and see my brought my nephew joey kids. I'm probably going to have joey show next week to talk about some stuff. We always have a good time when I'm with Joey get on the show for something but I'm sorry today show is late got caught watching. Regis Philbin retrospective. Farewell Show. My sister had Kelly and Ryan. seacrest on I said I wanted to fuck. Shit it's very hard to watch people talking from their homes it also I don't know about you. It causes a little bit of resentment like obviously we know that they're very wealthy people and they've been doing this for long time. But when they're in the studio audience, you don't think about that as much. You kind of feel like you have some kind of familiarity together you know not really they live a completely different lifestyle. I mean, I know we know this but it's so evident when sometimes they broadcast from homes. I don't know what Kelly. RIPA is she says she's in New York, but she's got a backyard in this picture with grass and beautiful landscaping. If she lives in a building in New York, and the balcony was transformed into a fucking lawn with it could be New Yorkers have there are tons of apartments like that, and rooftops and penthouses that look that way So that's that I watch these two and then suddenly the show breaks out into a religious respective. So all was seen as all regis Philbin shows. With with Kelly and it's been great And you just whatever I see people moving on. From a a long tenured position, I get I get choked up I'm a crier anyhow but that always gets me 'cause. Regis Philbin was such a true New Yorker. And being a New Yorker myself and spirit I don't feel like going back there at all. When I see what's happening what I see that they've transformed Broadway and fortieth street into a fucking heroin shooting gallery where we're addicts leaving the needles behind in potted plants it makes me sick I. IT breaks my heart is to stay at the Hotel Lucerne on the upper west side near central park. Whenever I. Was in New York visiting I'd always get a room at the Hotel Lucerne and you know why it's interesting. The guy that used to be the general manager of the Hotel Lucerne is the guy on TV now Anthony Melk Yori who does hotel impossible he's got a tremendously successful show that's been gone for years when I had my talk show I stayed at the Lucerne Anthony back then in two thousand. Would ask me what twenty to do to get on TV I've got to get I feel like I've got a show inside me I didn't know what to tell them addicted. The industry would become the kind of industry where every walk of life every every the shows about everything cooks, hotel managers, Bar Owners, Dick John Tapper that the this industry exploded with television shows based on people who have this. Expertise in particular industries and Anthony is top. Had A run hotels how how how to make them look beautiful in and make money. So he was the general manager and the Lucerne for me was always my spot whenever I wanted to. Stay in the city overnight I I never had to pay top dollar for most of the time. Anthony. Would just give me a room i. mean when he got quality goes age, they're to charge you something I whatever I get a room for one hundred bucks and it was always like I mean girl at a nightclub. Back to Long Island I'd stay with her in the room and we have a good time and Anthony would take one hundred bucks on the arm off the arm and just let me stay. So that hotel the Lucerne is now a fucking homeless shelter. and. A home for drug addicts and people off the street. The mayor of this, fucking Mayor de Blasio and of course Cuomo, he don't give a shit. They've turned this beautiful hotel that has such memories for me into this disgusting shelter. So to speak because New York is filled with homeless and filled with drug addicts. So now you can shoot up all day on Broadway and Fortieth Street and take a nice stroll up to upper west side and go to your home the Hotel Lucerne. It's disgusting anyhow back to fill so. It makes me sad to see things change things go as you can tell from my emotion talking about the hotel which has been there forever. But if you're a New Yorker like I said, especially, if you make it in New York, if you're lucky enough to be one of those people when you hear Sinatra says, you can make it there. You'll make it anywhere. It just gets. You You know very special feeling to walk around that city to hear you name wherever you go. I told a nice personal story about Regis on the Patriot on show a few days ago. Great, but just a great guy. And years back I dated a girl named Lucy was from the Cape Verdean. Islands. Beautiful part of the world No one had skin like lucy literally like a cup of Monkey Chino. Her skin was perfect. Just a beautiful girl and before she dated me she dated Michael. Gilman. The executive producer of the Regis Philbin a morning show which is weird. We're nothing rights. You know you're the skinny Jew from New York and. It just didn't make sense but I tell you so Gallon, of course, was the daily punching big for Regis Philbin and the executive producer. But what a great feeling you guys like gallon to have one boss essentially one boss for a very long time twenty eight years with Regis Philbin. Twenty eight years to learn the ropes from such an icon. I think about people lucky enough to have that happened to them in their lives On how many of my friends got their starts working for Joan rivers? Say I have a lot of my friends who were hurt assistance and associate producers. Excuse me. Needs a water and they all moved onto big positions and television. I think a Gary de la Bajada who worked for Howard stern forever and still does New York City New York City I. It's ruthless the business world everywhere. But particularly in New York City whenever you work for a powerful man or woman and they've got huge ratings. Other people, other companies will come for you. And as much as these folks are beloved, there's always somebody who wants to unseat them. Now. I remember already Lang. Howard stern sidekick. Obviously once told me when Howard was cleaning up the ratings and I think his contract was coming do and they weren't quite sure what he wanted to do, and it always gets that way that time of year it's happening again now is contractors do the the twenty twenty people thinking that you're going to go spotify Joe Rogan stay in serious will he just retiring walk off? I think he'll do one more shot, one more contract and then he's done. I. Think my money my money leans on that one more than he's off although Calvin and all the shit that Tap New York I think that's one of the reasons why he'll stay because it's such a different world be better off maybe with the structure of of of going to work every day or every. Three days a week whatever how does and talking to the world that way? How does it Kinda guy that might go crazy just being home so I go one more contract, maybe a three year deal and then come back and and and and walk off into the sunset but there was a time when everybody was coming for Howard and there was some people at CBS who came up with a plan. To. Possibly unseat him and and Tim Sabin who is one of the producers on the show got a call from CBS. He had to give it to Artie 'cause this call from CBS from executives at CBS they wanted already Lang. To leave the Howard Stern show and have a show for them. And You talking about the kind of phone call you gotTa take because you know, hey, you're a man you gotta hit that you can't just no I'm not gonNA listen you kind of listened to the offer as much as you might love your boss and the boss understand that So he took the call they offered already land five million dollars a year for four years guaranteed money. Guaranteed money might have been a five year contract guarantee and Gary. was offered a lot to a ton. That's a Lotta Doda walkaway from they said no instantly but you know They could've taken that job and the show could a flop in a month and that money would have been there. But that will show you how much it must mean to work for some of these strong successful men and women like Joan rivers or a Howard stern or Regis Philbin. And I'm thrilled to say I knew them all and I had chances to work with two of them. You Know Joan rivers gave me my stock television. Had me come on a Friday television She had a shed a show on on on TV talk show every Friday was called gossip gossip gossip and one day my boss Linda Stacey didn't WanNa go on. She felt self conscious on TV and Joan turned to me and said so you do it And I looked and said, sure, go ahead my first shot on TV and me John had lost in the rest is history and of course, I did Howard so many damn times and what honor to have him always by microphone on. Those just three magnificent tremendous giants of New York City and I got choked up watching reaches today in that retrospective. Speaking of. Let's open today's show on a serious note although we're ten minutes in Paul minutes in. Michael Vino producer in partner and dear friend for cut. Almost fifty years He wanted me to talk about today that meant the world to him. It was his mentor and I said to Mike. You're as much upon his show as I am. So let me know what you WANNA say and I'll say it. So here's what I'm going to say from Mike when it comes to this man, he works for a and got his start from and who was his mentor. And this is what Mike wrote for me and I'll give it to you straight. His name is Bob mccurdy and he is my hero Bob grew up very close to Aj and I in a town deer Park New York he was ten years older than us. So he grew up not knowing about him but he will show up the number one search of notable deer park high school. Bob was an all American basketball player and the leading score in the nation for the University of Richmond and Nineteen, seventy five that same year he was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks and anticipated along NBA career. But Bob played for years on a serious foot injury was taking quotas on injections before every game during that all-american season at Richmond and his dreams crushed when all that punishment on his foot. curtail this pursuit of the dream yet of playing in the NBA, his former teammate in Boston Celtics assistant coach. Kevin's been said this about bobby two years ago. mccurdy winning the scoring title was a remarkable feat. He had virtually no quickness. He did not great ball skills. He couldn't really jump. He didn't run the floor. Well, he was just a prime example of how far enthusiasm will and determination can take you boys that ever true. When Bob's basketball career came to it's disappointing and he realized he knew little about anything else. He was fortunate enough to land the job at a little am radio station Richmond. w. l. e. a. m. am sure someone has forced them to get rid of those call letters by now in this cancel culture we live in. While in Richmond mccurdy channel the same kind of enthusiasm determination that has served him so well in the court into learning everything, there was to learn about the radio business. And this is interesting because it's this really ties Bob to Mike and Mike to me in and this whole thing. And this show, it really does having in their. This is really something. Soon his skills would propel him to bigger markets in stations. He spent the next seven years going from Indianapolis to Chicago and his First Management Gig in Minneapolis before being promoted to run the New York office of his company in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, it was there in New York City thirty five years ago that I first met Bob. I became part of the great gamble being taken that a company called cats radio the gamble was mccurdy's vision of professionalized sales organization. We were selling advertising on behalf of radio stations located all over the United States to advertising agencies based in New York Bob's mandate was that we knew our product as well as the sales team in its home market. Did this we had three training sessions every day seven, thirty, twelve, thirty, and five thirty. We were expected to be taught something once and retained for good. We retested weekly at the front of the conference room leading up those three sessions. Every day was Bob mccurdy. If you saw you in the hallway later that day he would you on the spot and if you know what's the name of the afternoon drive team on what X. Pittsburgh That's O'Brien and Gary. Bob. I said I was lucky. He asked about what ex not w devi eat bob built culture of the company. The same way he made himself scoring champion. He expected you to complete as compete as hard as he did. He expected you to prepare as hard as he did. He expect you to care as much as he did, and he expected you to be the one turning the office lights on in the morning and turning them off at night, and he expected you to study the industry like it was your sport. He would often say I hate losing more than I like winning. We became the number one, billion company in the industry every month of every year for over a decade and it was because of Bob He never took credit for it though he made massive investments of his time into fostering growth, and then bragged on our accomplishments like a proud parent. Would his reward was the success of his team? When I first started working for Bob. I had no idea who I was what I wanted, what I was capable of. It was largely through his personal investment in me his belief in his expectations of me that I made anything of myself. I've often thought where would I be or not for Bob? Bob Wasn't a board room kind of guy. He didn't believe in buying victories when the company was gobbled up by a large private equity investor and began executing strategy based upon what they're NBA Qantas theorized Bob Spirit broke for the first time. Things became political and Bob was no politician. He, went on his career down going back to doing what he loved most teaching. He joined the family up radio station with stations up and down the east coast and spent this time travelling from market to market standing at the front of his conference room tables for that perch. He was as eloquent sharing his stories of the media business as AJ, is sharing with those about Hollywood. I worry that the world my kids will work in wound have room for people like Bob mccurdy. He didn't give away participation trophies. He didn't worry about hurt feelings and he was almost never politically correct. Bob wanted you to be great to be great had to be tough. He'd give everything he had if you gave him everything you had. Bob recently completed a book about leadership culture sales. In that book, he writes it has often been said that one can never tell where it teaches influence ends. The same is true with leaders as leaders we are teachers, and as teachers, we can never tell where an effective leaders influence ends. That makes for an amazing legacy Baba. Courteous. My Hero Bob died today. And Mike is off to the funeral this weekend in New York. I didn't know Bob I've heard a bunch of stories from my whenever we sit down with our friends and tell stories about growing up and mccurdy figgers in a bunch of them. There was even a big story told several months back with our Buddy Kenny that featured. Joke about Bob and I just you know I had been like that in my life. That I learned from. I never I never stayed put in one business long enough to have a boss for twenty years but I certainly had men like that my in my life and I can tell you. The reason why this show is the way it is yeah. Part of it because I have a memory and I had a life and I can tell those stories. But behind that is always a person who believes in you might believed in me. and Bob made Mike who he is when it comes to his knowledge of the radio business and just practicality in general and business as business ethics and and being on top of things when I. When I leave Mics House I always tell my wife got Dan Mike. So fucking smart he. So you know every detail he knows there's nothing that gets by him. I don't have a brain like that in other facets might. But when it comes to business Mike's tippy top and is largely because of Bob. So I was thrilled to read this not happy to hear about Bob Passing. But in a strange way, this is how we're all into related. So you'd never thought about this guy most of you probably all of you never heard of them but there we are. Today Shell brought to you by Brooklyn. You've heard me talk about Brooklyn and before three years now, these guys are always with me saw always initiates. But now they've got towels. Let me tell you some these towels a so amazing. They give your daily routine a little something extra. And with varying levels of plush nece towels of your dreams are waiting to wrap you up. 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Code Fame Brooklyn everything you need to live your most comfortable life. I want to relate a story I was presented with a few days ago. And it's got well, it has to do with. Maybe some serious full out with Jeffrey Epstein and he's in the news today obviously because of these Documents that came out these court documents that talk about a lot of fuck people, particularly, Alan Dershowitz and Bill Clinton. And he's going to be more it's going to be very exciting as we hoped. Also, the story has to do with the relationship that this person had was very wealthy important people in particular Bill Gates. So we've all heard the stories about gates, meeting Epstein. and. By the way, let me just say this about Bill Gates and it just this kind of bothers me. Every day were not allowed to talk about these doctors these these frontline doctors who who talk about hydroxy chloroquine. I find that. It'd be very credible credible. I don't hear about the lady who talks about aliens and fucking demon sperm I don't care. She's from fuck in. Nigeria. It's a different world six thousand miles away. They believe in a lot of crazy shit. I've talked about what they believe in Cuba how I've seen. Up Close and all these Santos and what they do with fucking bruce in chicken and sheep's said, it's a different world. Same Culture. So I don't care if she thinks that some people have demon sperm in them I know that she's a doctor I know that she's cared successfully for three hundred fifty, some odd covert patient's Doctor Emmanuel you've seen in the black lady from Nigeria. You get a Lotta Shit to being cancelled though the one really sweet. Light red-headed doctor who hosted this frontline speech or talk she lost her fucking job. A, doctor for over twenty years lost her job because they don't want her talking about hydroxy, Clark when and how good it is. So I go online I see all these people telling me you know that you can't trust these doctors bullshit I can't trust the media. The doctors are saying the truth. A lot of people. I. Mean. You Peel you. I mean people in general are talking about it doesn't work. That's because most people are talking about using this pill at the end stage of someone's life when you try and think about ventilators and shit like that when they've come to you with all other means expended when you get to somebody early on with Povich signs or if the test is in fact positive, there's said to be. An. Absolute. Quote Unquote cure when they get on hydroxy chloroquine and the zinc and zithromax twice a week this pillow supposed to be taken. And it's and it's gone. So I believe whole holiness but they're not letting these doctors be heard that being fired. The videos have been taken out from facebook I'm sorry we got Bill Gates who a fucking software developer he's allowed to speak on covert but medical doctors were censored by Youtube. Go Fuck is if you don't see a problem with I, don't know what to tell you. You're out of your fucking mind all of you. Anyhow. We've heard the stories about Bill Gates meeting seen right on the island. All that Shit. The airplane Blah Blah Blah and now the gates. Has What looks like a prominent role in getting a vaccine made to help defeat Colbert or or keep lifelong tabs on US whichever you believe maybe both. It may be important to see what kind of fallout may have occurred. Over the fact that gates ever had a friendship with his giant pedophile in the first place. So one of my buddies listened to this show sent me this letter not gonNA use his name because it might implicate and Blah Blah Blah but about eight years ago. He said he was working in an Italian restaurant downtown Seattle. Was a nice couple always come in. Very, Nice. Slightly standoffish. In their own world kind of thing is important is that can beat to some people. Now, the owner of the restaurant new them from coming in, and he told me the guy was a Microsoft big shot and his wife was a brain surgeon and the head of the Gates Foundation. Look this restaurant owner had embellish things in the past. So my friend didn't take much of what he said is fat. and. Then he remembered being in the bar one night and overhearing the brain surgeon lady telling her friend about taking drugs at tripping out on a safari in Africa and my friend remembered thinking that if she really was a Gates Foundation member Kinda strange that she'd be talking about that kind of stuff where it could be overheard, you know. And her husband was also leaving Microsoft at that time to go into producing movies now you fast forty year and his wife is at a hospital my friends wife's at a hospital for a series of complex brain surgeries. One of the doctors is the is the Lady Gates Lady from the restaurant. Her name is Dr Melanie Walker. Husband is Stevenson off. Sqi. He was at one point supposed to take Bill Gates spot. When he stepped down now they live in a very magnificent high rise penthouse condo across the street from the restaurant And Melanie is the one who introduced Bill Gates to Jeffrey Epstein. So the night before that story broke. Stephen Sonam ski was in the Bar by himself, and he looked very worried and troubled my friends set. And the day after the story broke Dr Melanie, Walker stepped down and real retired from the hospital and and his wife never saw her again. So the other night Melanie Walker was in with two realtors that only sell the top floor condos which I've seen their worth over four million dollars insane two bedroom for mill. And she looked worried in trouble my friend said, which makes sense because she probably knows as much as more as much or more than anybody else involved in this shit. And they ended up being a lot more important than he originally believed. Obviously. My guess is that. Choline Maxwell is talking and maybe mentioned some names. Maybe Melanie Walker is one of those names she mentioned and she. Could be just as deep in the game as as is and maybe that Olympic bill and Bulgars, even deeper into the story history of these fucking men. You know. But he said they looked very sharp the other night. Now love Seattle they loved it Condo and they've been involved in a lot of the comments. Of the permits of the new skyscrapers around and they're putting up big skyscrapers and these people are very vocal about what it does to their property and their real estate value would cetera. But the word is they're selling their place and getting out of the country for a bit. Interesting. This is really this I know this has to do with the the whole. Epstein. Bill Gates relationship. So I'm happy. My friend is tipped me off to it. just the fact that we can get this out in the open see more of the relationships that Spring from Jeffrey Epstein I think you know it could it could lead to something it's some it's it's. It's really interesting because we put Bill Gates Name So close to Jeffrey Epstein's and also we speak of him. So closely with this cure for covid and I, just find it fascinating that so many people don't just go wait a minute i. don't like the fact that we're listening to a guy. WHO's trying to? Try, to save our lives from this disease with that scene and yet what the fuck was. He doing with this giant pedophile on pedophile island or the leader expressed, it doesn't compute in our brain and shouldn't. It's a bunch of Shit. And hopefully, we'll find out soon speaking shit. Did. You see real housewives of Beverly Hills, the other night. Oh. My God you see how? Denise rich is a fucking she's a disaster. She to this answer. And Brandy Glenville obviously has been walking tornado a drunk tornado forever. What's happened the last episode in case you live under a rock. This will make all you housewives fans happy that I'm talking about this show, but you have to such a fun thing that happened. It's crazy. Brand the of course said weeks ago that she had this fling this affair with Did he switch naturally you WanNa think about them being twenty five years younger because spa to these fritsch man when she came out boy she fucking one on number she was and I think brand glanville before she got all crazy and and dolled up for the cameras and cosmetically fixed and became a drunk on tv she was a nice piece to look to. You know. So those who watch the show, the other night saw denise rich breakdown and swear there is no truth to this supposed- Brandy story of them to sleeping together fucking around Wahler husband and kids were home. You. Know Brandy said that she told us she had an open marriage and she could do this. Denise rich swears there was even another accusation of simmering between. Denise Rich. And Lisa. That is been floated about at the end of the episode. This all went down during a trip to Rome and Denise tried desperately to have Bravo stopped filming while she was collecting fucking composure. She is said to have gotten a lawyer months ago to halt the show from airing that episode obviously didn't go anywhere because the show ran and let me tell you that right now this is one of the to real housewives show that sometimes watch I watched the girls from New York because I know. So many of them, you know Jill Zarin as a fan of the show and a big listener and a friend for many years ago I. Like a lot I knew I knew, Camille I know so many people in New York. Of course my buddy, Rocco? Sonja. Morgan. It's a whole thing. So I like watching it here and there, and of course the. The shows they get together and talk and catfight with Andy Cohen in the middle. What can I tell you? It's my little bit of It's my little gay escape. It'll gay guys and women like that. But throw me in that pile when they when they have those reunion shows. But Andy Cohen doesn't offer brandy landfill a regular spot for next season. He's fucking crazy. Brandy could ask for a million bucks. That's how much she brings to the show. She brings the drama. She's the Dennis Rodman of the real housewives franchise. You can win without her but man when you win with, it's such more of a fun show. And before I go on I, gotTa just say Brandi Glanville. was I swear I think she was hot at one point you know you know the whole thing about the divorce husband fucking country Western, surely, an Ryan's been all that Shit. Messy and hot that's what she was. Aunt that she was seen as a pathetic drunk that's when she really hit the plastic surgeons office really hard and now she kind of looks like the madame puppet without Leyland member Waylon Madame. We're pretty successful for a long time I used to always on Tony Orlando and dawn. I'm once I met, I met a reputable plastic surgeon and once told me that he refused as many patients as he's operated on. That's a good. Barometer of what had good doctors should should do when it comes to plastic surgery these beverly hills doctors who can't seem to say, no. fucking greedy man. You gotTa turn some people away 'cause I'm watching shows like botched and these guys laughter these episodes did dealing with people. This is not mental illness. Nothing is nineteen twenty surgeries procedures. Look like a cat to look like fucking Marilyn. Monroe to Ken doll to go from women to man get the fuck out here those people shouldn't be on. TV. It's so sad it is. This is a mental illness and we just put them on TV. No No. Good. Don't get me wrong. I love to watch the crazy but it's just One day we're going to look back on this culture and that's not going to be a good mark on us. And? Yes I think those doctors should lose their fucking licenses take a stroll down Rodeo drive or Canon or beverly. Boulevard. Look at the women who walk past you. For every knockout, there's a fucking psychotic women right behind her looks like. You know her mother's Cat I don't know what to tell you that. Crazy. You always think if I was younger I used to think man would be great to have a rich Beverly Hills fucking woman. This is before the shows that were on TV. What it'd be great to shack up with the woman who's got a ton of money from an ex husband or some shit and you live the Beverly Hills Life. You GotTa fuck a couple of times a week even if she's ten fifteen years older weather. But the life that opens up you. But then I thought I could never live with the woman who looks like that when that make up comes off and they're not being professionally lit do you know hardest for instance, I just watched Kelly Ripa come out of the fucking dressing room with regis from several years back. And she's walking down the hallway you look at Kelly Ripa Good looking woman pretty one when you see her in full scale and as I have and she's walking out of the studio, she might as well be an eighth grade girl. Could. No breast whatsoever little tiny shoulder blades little chicken wings Scapula's in the back. I could break your on and throw it on a fucking barbecue and have an have not even a whole meal. That's how tiny she is. You look at that and you go. So mark and swallows likes a woman looks like an eighth grade girl. So is it safe to say mark and swallows might like an actual eighth and nice girl I'm just throwing it out there. I wouldn't happen to having a full figure. Don't you want your woman to look like? Have curves not just the fucking murder street sign I. Don't know to tell you. When I remember I met Kelly Ripa years ago. And I remember when she first got that Gig with regis she was. So you know she's got tons of anxiety has so much nervous energy that when the show ended I met her after the show when the show ended she told me that every or not. She had my friend who knew her very well, tell me that every day after the show ends she finishes off in addressing room too big glasses of red wine and a Marlboro red cigarette. That was recovered down. Jesus Christ. The closer you get to these people you don't WanNa be. Anyhow. Brandy Glanville and Denise Richards faces alone associated to look at because of what they once were just think about denise when she first hit Hollywood my God. But if these two had their pillow biting tumbled back in the day I would have paid pay per view prices to sit and watch that. Now I run out of the room, pull the plug on the television I would. But come on does denise rich really think we believe she and her crazy fucking husband Aaron fighters have legitimate relationship give me a break. He's even more weird than Charlie Sheen. And, we all know denise used to allow Charlie. Sheen to invite some. Let's call them out of towners over the house from time to time and she would join in. That was one of the things trolley found charming about denise attractive about Denise that she was all in on his lifestyle. That's what made her wifey material Charlie Sheen doesn't settle down with a woman because she has a good family. He settles down because she's a crazy bitch same as Brooke Mueller. Hot, let's take Chit home doesn't give a fuck there look at a male porn. That's my wife. That's Charlie. That's widely known that widely known out here anyhow that denise would happily join in the fun whenever Charlie invited the right type of female over and Charlie got to watch and to finish just like a man with tiger blood would. That's why springs about winning so much because his lifestyle was insane denise rich was part of that. So now, what denise rich wants us to believe he's holy the now. Now she's the fucking flying nun gatty here. I Know Brandy reminds a lot of people have a wounded animal lashing out. The Demon she's got to deal with ashore but listen I learned to read crazy over the years and I have a good handle on who's full of Shit? Who is it? Has To, be a word for her personality disorder that Brandy has she's she's Shit starring compulsive liar who loves saying the most vile things to get a reaction she's got so little going on in a real life outside of that show that she has to actively work to ruin people's lives I know people like this. You know I wouldn't WanNa near any my friends or family but denise is a strange one too and she really went down in flames she had a very good. Hollywood. Career it's gone. The premise of this real housewives nonsense is that your life is supposed to be an open book but denise is always trying to hide it or spin the truth, and if you watch the show she compartmentalize is a lot of shit, and she's got very different personalities one day she's a sexy raving lunatic that she's all chased. She's the chased mom I don't know. But our behavioral reminds me of of that of an addict. And a too many chicks I've met over the years who are incredibly troubled beautiful, wildly addictive personalities. And that's why she matched so well, Charlie Sheen. So my money is on brandy telling the truth you. But speaking of crazy bitches I'm thrilled to finally see Alma Ucs Milano. Finally fucking burning if it's so great to see this, they taken off spots. She's about to go up in flames. She went on twitter the other day with fucking meltdown. All boy. I think and I've said this for a while I think that marriage of hers is about to implode I. Think we're watching it. Listen I used to love Elissa Milano I still wouldn't throw it a bed sheet ribs with no napkins around I find her extremely attractive as much as a crazy lunatic but like I said I get attracted to crazy and she certainly is. Aside from are constantly being on social media, can you imagine her husband what he has to put up with this nonstop bullshit the other day she complained about so many things on twitter she could plane in no particular order that. Has a bigger audience than she does her own podcast. Of course, he does. She's been painting her hair with Brown paint she said she's been painting her hair would spray paint she's tired of denying it. She said she hasn't shaved the leg since March fourth. She said, the president's election campaign is based on his orange coloring. She's losing her mind folks right in front of us. And I'm happy because I know she had hand and get me thrown off twitter. We used to have great battles great battles but when we made up I still think she likes me Tennessee that's that's just the way I have to believe. It makes me feel good. Then we have ellen. Degeneres Holy Shit after what we've read and Heard About Ellen. She might as well be called Ellen degenerate. This fucking show the ship with look I know Andy last executive producer for many years. He was a crazy motherfucker big coke head like to do drugs. He straighten his act out for a long time. He's the executive producer. There's a few of them. One of them got tossed is someone's GonNa take the bullet for Ellen she's going on and on about Oh there's some stuff that happened on my show that I wasn't aware of listen Allen too many people have called you out for the bullshit artist you are you cannot tell me. That things went on behind you back when you straighten shit out 'cause your show is the show everybody was told to be happy be kind that's all a good front. The bottom line is I've seen Allen Porsche out. They look as miserable as they're painted on social media. There's articles that came from showing Australia that Ellen did years ago she didn't want to do in studio some nonsense they had to relocate some four hundred something miles to satisfy ellen they were told when you interview Ellen you cannot look at her I've heard the same thing about people who work for her you cannot look at her if you pass her in the hallway. Howard stern does the same ship as Anthony Cumia. You couldn't look at our. Opiates couldn't look at him because they shared the same building. It's it's this fucking psychotic thing. Some of these big stars Allen had a bowl of chewing gum before you walk into talk to her because she couldn't stand people's body odors foul breath if you smelled she sent you home maybe not her but she told someone get them home. They gotta wash whatever the Fuck it's insane but she's still as much as he's trying to cop that she's wonderful person and things went up behind back. You got a bunch of raging. For. Her. Everybody believes that such a wonderful nine Oh why have a wonderful office? We're all kind I hire all types of people speaking of which I forgot the other day. FUCKING Elizabeth la there's so many crazy bitch and I forget the name Elissa model. Thought she was being so inclusive by saying I entrance I am lesbian I am by I on this I. Am Myself People like what the fuck is wrong with you it's haunted about to satisfy all these all these other groups of people she trying to say she's everybody we're all everybody. No, we're not we're not. and. You certainly are not either I'm glad to starting to Colorado. You know twitter is going. Twitter is now attacking the very people who've used twitter for many years to attack us, and it's nice to see this army of people are now responding in kind and getting back at the people who've used twitter and other platforms to attack good guys like me and you. It's good. They're eating their own and that's why when I see guys like Joe. Biden. All these fucking liberal asshole speaking about how bad trump is and how bad the country and you. See. The violence in the street exactly as all and if you think those people in the streets of Portland or Seattle or New, York or whatever. The fuck are not gonNA, turn their attention toward you the liberals the left the Democrats you've crazy the coming for all of you I it was us it will be and when it's you, you're not GonNa know what to do it. Yourself see people in the right we get strong we band together and we get Strong and all your bullshit nonsense makes us closer as people closer friends close family we get ready for the fight. We prepare you mother fuckers run under a table. You're the mother fuckers will hide the first sign of danger and when this shit starts turning its attention toward you haul, I'm gonNA love every minute of it. So Ellen Degeneres has to tell us why address the fact that no one is allowed to look at her until she talks about that. I will not believe one thing she says, now because she put out a full guy because they got rid of one of the exact producers, not the raging queer who offers hand jobs every new hire nine Andy last there who's been straightened sober for a long time but also had his problems in the past I'm not shitting on Andy he just lived the life and he's cleaned himself up but she put someone else I forget the guy's name someone that can. And took the bullet for the whole show. Allen's not going to get hit by the bullet anymore than already has she's not going to walk away into the sunset just yet. She's GonNa. Make a triumphant return and shot her by that. She's a wonderful person. The shovel not do nearly as good as it used to do it's GonNa. Fail in the ratings and Allen walkaway eventually but not quite yet these people are too narcissistic to turn and run Howard stern of all the shitty gets thrown at thrown at him he won't turn and run yet the to narcissistic. Okay. And lastly, we have all this stuff happening with lane. Maxwell and how this Virginia Jofre has named Bill Clinton as being with young girls Alan Dershowitz not only being with young girls but but but writing up an NDA that could be used with anybody having to do with him and Jeffrey Epstein's name not being allowed to be mentioned he's a cock sucker. extraordinaire the fact that Fox radio network still uses this guy talk it must change and I think it will after these documents came out last night on twitter you haven't seen him those search him up is a lot of juicy shit there. But basically, Glenn Maxwell could not be satisfied and had to sit in orgies females to please Jeffey Epstein so that that Jelly, in one I talked about a couple of nights ago was probably us with her and her female friends a lot more than Jeffrey wanted to utilize either way. She's a sick fuck who could not be satiated sexually and that's why FDA around and you're gonNA find out as we get closer. That's why Bill Clinton was all always around her because he's a sex freak and a sex thing as we've already seen through. Monica, Lewinsky. Let me. Thank my tippy top like creature crop long list the shows getting big. So Grin and bear it Paul Bunch recovered trimmer mark ways. Now, he told me he said we's a Jesse Nick Kosta Mike Reader Albert Horse might deliver tap a net baroni cross Kim. Casto Sherry Finnity Gail Edwards Margie. Brigham US less houseguest Sarah Walker Scott Dylan Pauli whittaker Marcello Martinez Kelly muddy yellow alley cheat trillion deb Thompson Joe Leone Chris. Star Wendy Mac to see Dr George Thomas I'm GonNa ask him about a drowsy chloroquine Heather Grin Jackie Robbins Angelique Hello Jennifer Lewis Melanie. How will w Anderson Crystalise Patty Mark? Eric Forte Catherine Stewart the Great Catherine Stewart, wwl k. he data parks and Betty Angela Dino the Great Catherine Speed Audra. 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259: See For Me

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259: See For Me

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Was One of the answers stoop. I started doing Crossword Crossword Zander. That's cool sharpen. Who told my mom? I leveled with my mom. My memory recall is for shit and this show relies a lot of memory. Recall although we can tell the same story ten times in years but I have a lot of EPA. I'm what was his name about moments and my mother's I do cross keeps me sharp. My mother sharp. There's a fucking knife okay. There you might even attack fuck attack a knife and we have to go down a lot. We got it we have. Let's do the podcasting where we talk about what we're going to talk about. And then we talk about okay cool. Hey guys so I we're GONNA talk about why we learn this here and then we have an hour of uninterrupted music. Followed by Chris Christmas stories like Chris Angel But all right by and exclusive interview with Chris Angel. And then we're GonNa talk about how our Christmas was and then we'll talk about who we like in who who's in for twenty only twenty and whose out whose cancelled and who. What's the opposite of canceled resurrected? Who's reservoirs resurrected the answer? Nobody now many because I'm thinking of is cancelled either. The only people who are resurrected who are people who cancelled and they were all right. I guess I'm I guess I'm doing another Louis. CK CK tour. Okay because risen. He's Lewis Risen. He is you know if he's smart he'll do a he has risen tour and has really lenient is fucking bullshit. You you know what though I think he's doing it's smart. Because do you remember the Charlie Sheen Tiger blood tour. Yeah when he went to Mexico to get tiger blood Kosovo's AIDS. Yeah that didn't work out. He did his whole fucking meltdown thing and everyone was loving it but then he did his tour he just went out and like ranted like Henry rollins and from the jump it was just like from drunk. Frat guys yelling at him like Louise doing the right thing by pretending it didn't happen doing his like whatever you can neither get away with it. You can't like Mike Tyson. Just went. Just did a thing where he he just like a spoken word tour and all was forgiven. Oh all right so mike. Tyson did something bad but then also was funny in a movie that people remember only and his daughter choked to death so like the the books are balanced the ask psycho the fucking lunatic. Who thinks that they're going to have dominion over your life from some of the new did in the past no matter how bad decided the fucking into God's of woke decide that ilk books are balanced for Mike Tyson? That's okay that's fine. We are gathered today to invoke the gods of woke gods of woke can. Can you hear me. I love when I go to the shrine sky rim. It's really good song by Robbie Williams woke okay. Can you hear me one. Oh wait no maybe another this this Britpop at a better than Oasis Robbie Williams the gentleman I know this probably from like a movie or some bullshit it really bad like hip hop awful hip hopper very frightened British people. Yeah yeah no no good guy streets you start doing the fuck you doing Jonathan British listeners. Thank you Charlie Charleston chiming in everyone bogging the fuck out in in the UK wild UK's fucking seen. Yep I would but I I would I keep trying to keep it together trying to keep it together but you know other people Andrew Liam we we see you much either. It doesn't start naming British names and we can do that. Yeah Old Arnold Lord Louis Mountbatten really good who are the guys from peepshow Xinfang Chin Fain. Yeah that was one of them for sure. The sues big words Stanley always comes back to the fucking Falklands every time. And you know it's the only thing I know about. Britain Britain is fucking Falklands. And if you're going to dundee a you better bring your fucking but that's all we know and millwall. Oh I was so excited. Millwall was fucking killing it lately and I got to explain leaned. Everyone how screwed up millwall is and how I loved them and yet it doesn't translate but the fact that it's wrong translates very very well. I don't know what you're saying but it's making me feel uncomfortable. That's the thing that might be the basis of our podcast. I don't know what you're talking about. Say Fuck you on Millwall all nice salt the bone. I don't know what you're talking about. I think I like it. I don't get that very often now. People the people who refuse to look up what we talk about. I like not knowing what you're talking about food. Yeah it's fine. My voice is a little a little You know thing happening. Would you like Lozenge. I don't have any lozenges Andrew I wish I did. I think I threw one. If you turn around there's a butterscotch lozenge. Right there this is. This is not a lozenge. Whatever candies a piece of candy it came all the way from Texas Andrew? What do this? Why did I do this? Everyone had homes. Why did he do that? And now you're hearing now second after you weirdly do that no one. It's you've replaced with LSD twenty-five smarts. And now I'm going to go on a spirit quest after we finished recording. I think it'd be really cool if you knock over the Christmas tree three and Shit Arba grant and I know we're taking down the Christmas tree at Own De Acres. We're told Steve and he didn't do it. Insubordination are we into being subordinate into being subordinates. Well he's like he lives his life as a power top big time. Yeah and he's like you can't tell me what to do. I can be worse coat all day. It was really weird like behind the tell you do. You don't have to do it but I can tell you on the payroll. Aw I don't know do we fire Steve. Now we can these two thousand twenty year of firing Steve. Are we slowly build a case with human resources resources. I you know. I haven't talked to those people in a long time. They only talk to me when I'm late putting payroll and typical here like this fifty three weeks in two thousand twenty found that out there. Yeah email went around. And there's fifty three weeks of this fifty fifty three weeks in two thousand twenty but so they said what is the fifty third. We consist of FUN Games. I guess I dunno now going to magic mountain where they're like. Oh Yeah you might notice a slight difference difference in your weekly paycheck because we're spreading the extra week out like incrementally across across the pay periods. Pretty Cool what in the hell are they talking about his fifty th a leap year. That's the only thing I can think of love. Yeah I think so okay Google so I guess weeks if February twenty ninth fell bill on the twenty eighth fell on a Sunday. The twenty nineth would give us an extra Saturday the twenty nine hundred. Give us an extra week Andrew about to reimburse the blow your right scrapped in all right. This is from rose calendars dot. Co Dot UK the Authority in all UK. Never mind. Forget the in fifty three weeks since while twice WII twenty twenty we all know enter that we all know their twelve months fifty two weeks and three hundred sixty five days in a year or ru it or do we prove it bench twenty twenty. Promotional calendar is about to prove that we shouldn't always believe what we learned in school. Bring him to a flat earth picking the calendar under website. Nobody buys calendars anymore yet. Or what we have come to expect as the norm the thing is if you work it out fifty two times seven or fifty two weeks time seven days. The I'm not actually come to a neat. Three sixty five both the answer of three sixty four that means that a year is actually fifty two weeks plus one day in a leap year. It's fifty two weeks plus two days two days yeah. I'm so stupid. Yeah this particular year will have fifty three numbered weeks after three calendar weeks a year. This year right blew your mind. You speechless apoplectic. Yeah I really don't to do with them. Uh Not leaving the house as your fucking borrowed time two extra days. He wouldn't get two extra hours of fun. Finish better off friends. Okay okay do that all in two days you know. I found a song that I think would be really good for better off. The entire movie has been written around songs. You've found this song the the song okay. The song is by Jeffrey Osborne. It's called plain love. It's about meeting somebody on a plane. Wow and falling in love with them unleash it on the five or six hours takes at the time the fly from JFK to fuck in La. One how okay. It's pretty cool. But it's right up our alley because it invokes better friend. This is when we have to fly to New New York to pick up the pick up the purpose and I'm walking down the aisle and you're drinking champagne. Yeah well you know we could do. We could do one of my favorite things. Eighties New York montage. Yeah love that Shit though. This is US driving over the bridge. Ask Ask from Guardia Silver Cup studios right now this is really good. I think it's an instrumental grabbing our bags. And then run back for God's most important bag the cab and the cabbie smells and we have the heads out the window for Ben here we go by love light light. We're flying. We're going to close and we're like we we do in New York. We only have to pick guy prisoner going to pick up the prisoner. Yeah that's a great eightieth concept around the missiles called entering. New York's right. This is what it's called on the soundtrack lot of incidental music now. So we're GONNA rename them. Talk when we walk into the bar and Jeffrey Dahmer Stage Nine and I'm like but it's a lot of fast cuts and his knees like me motion to a woman a new reading the paper like they wanna be anywhere else and I'm like but then make you strong drink and finally you get up and you spill your dance. You find a woman who grabs you by the neck necas the the the wall breakdown. Yes New York to get us to work. Thank you the plot device. The this is the hammer emmer. This is the hammer that hits the fuck advil right here. Boom halfway through the movies so ice starts to crack and we do become best friends and discover that. We're better off off now. I'm with you meet a woman on the dance floor and she grabs you by your tie and holds root folder toward her sir. But a fast and you look up and it's me leaving with a woman and I give you the drug like I don't know and then you tap Peter Wrist like make sure your time sitting outside the hotel yeah great fades out. Wow good song good concept. I'm with this phase out interior continuous lobby of hotel. Hey Andrew night last night mad. Whoa this woman so does she really shaved Bro? What'd you do? Last night sat outside the room. I said it's old. I told you done because I have the key. You had the key because the hotels means let's go come on. We got an open. The open lenses go down to the jail and pick up Epstein but the way the woman walks by and it's like the music goes I started following. Learn you're like no. No no no grammy by the back of my hair by your Hawaiian shirt. Turn around the good good great. Well would you go up to my view of the room and you door opens on a dog walks out. I loved the dog. Is this randomly. Different Dogs Yeah and she leaves the music still playing. It's like Oh man. Jeffrey Osborne leafs. He ended up following us. Wow their cameo. From Jeffrey Osborne anyways are pretty good. I love how music and inspire such shoddy crappy b-movie greatness. I'm actually more and more convinced that if you want to convince people of things or or or put an idea out there you have to do it. Lake aesthetically because people don't listen to reasons that people have just fucking stupid they don't I'm listening for anything. So forget why bother why bother leaning unreason than men you. Okay Yeah. I'm good Great Bruin me. What's going no no no? I'm just making sure you know I'm good. I'm good. I think I propose that we do. Some O- overnight drive original content like Netflix does Alvin. I'd like a Netflix original movie. Okay overdrive original movie better off friends coming to theaters near you. I love this thing. It's great twenty God and then like we have a scene where you try to help me get dressed for a big date. The best it would be like. Yeah A- and you hold up one flannel shirt. And then the other. And they're both the same and they're like. Oh and then sean duty shows up. Oh yeah and he is dressed to the fucking elevens. I mean he's he's he would have to be the villain in this. We shot this. It'd be quite yes. Of course we know pass Jin who is the was it quickly hills cop that had the creepy guy who liked killed his bud in Detroit. A weird looking guy. Yeah Yes yes. Yes Sean duty in a white linen suit at all times. We're in the CAB and traffic and we look over and there Sean. Duty Arming. But we can't do anything Ferrari for this. It'll be a cardboard for him. It'd be like kind of a running scared thing. It'd be good. That's where he like. Here's a fifty five at Ferrari voting. Yes a Red Ferrari in the tackling with your love video and we're trying to again within the wheel falls off the cab. She's GonNa pay for this and they're like LAPD LA California. Just write them Fi. 'cause of course where the members of the LAPD right especially love this idea special missing Wallet Division. That's what we work for. LAPD Missing Wallet Division. W D I think it'd be really fun to do like a To live and die in l a movie but just in two thousand twenty. aww That's the thing we're really good. That'd be like a cop buddy movie from the eighties but every just normal cars. Everybody else is just like what are you guys doing. I love it. It's great. I guess I'm playing love here. GOES GHETTO DAMN mess. You always miss the best really in other shows the range and then eating its use shooting and I'm really. I'm reading a book Eating Canana. Yeah because I don't need to practice getting qualify your uncle on fucking detective squad. I'm sitting on the the thing like like we're shooting range. I'm sitting on the bench where you're shooting shooting next to my head and I'm just reading a bummer. Reading being dune eating a banana and this music always playing may come into a bunch of old man cop guns. It's fucking news. It's GonNa be like fucking taxi driver when he goes to buy guns. Basically I'm related to somebody who is married into into a situation where somebody died and has been like old Nand guns bought in the seventies and trying to figure out like okay so like thirty eight special. Yeah no one hundred percent like that that bullshit so it's just like are so I want I don't want the state. TV's away but I don't have a license. What do I do so my thing was like? I think you can just sell all them all to me for a dollar and then go through the process of getting your shit and then I just sell them back to you for a dollar I think. That's okay. Yeah I I think that's fine. I don't know I gotta ask but so I might just want. I'm getting a bunch of old handguns rules. If they're old enough you can get them under like an antique license. That's how that forgotten weapons dude does. Yeah I can determine guns. Yeah so so. We might have some props for this I have to. I definitely have to have the smallest thirty eight like thirty snub nose. Like of course you have like a six hour like really Nice German engineer gone. You're like oh we couldn't be more opposite Roy. You know we figure out that you know the Patina the like the ice melts and then we become the best of friends because we are united because one of US gets shot at some point right plot devised twists little turn. This called swerve right then. Suddenly you are you you have to go to the hospital title to save Alana's a woman over. Yeah we have to. We have to get shot and you visit me in the hospital and You look down on me and you're like no I always said that I didn't want to be like Have a partner. But now but I don't have one I feel I'm the only man on earth I got to rework the script. A little bit of Sasha's watch the Dutch Interior hospital room continuing uh-huh boy. This is the last episode. We managed fifty two weeks. Fifty two episodes overnight drive. I couldn't be prouder of US really proud of us. You know. I'm not proud of me for much but I am proud of us for this. Yeah this is. This is excellent. I even brought all the Skype Shit Dallas with me just in case my plane was delayed. Which rover in an ice storm? Yeah that's true. Yeah we both went through some hardships to this happens. Hard ships greet named movie hard hardships. That'll be That'll be the twenty twenty twenty twenty one movie writing down hardship. Sorry nail down. Hard Shashlik doesn't work at all Good News Andrew the shaggy. Da Our favorite one of my favorite movies of all time the DNA is now on Disney. Plus how do you feel about Disney. God we have access to Disney. We have access to it. I will never ever watch it. Whoever you don't WanNa Watch dark wing duck? The one of first came out. Everyone's like dark green book so in their listen Dorking Doug Trindon's risk to rangers. Life is such a beautiful tapestry if you spend it watching dark wing duck and twenty twenty uncommon for you. Man I sort of God I'm GonNa Knock on your door I'm GonNa whip whip this shit out of you in your driveway watching dark wing. Duck when he should be outside Watch shit just because they made they made like a fake character as a as a commercial right. Listen to me. Put Your fucking ear put. You're putting Oh you're putz deep into your ear. Your Baby Yoda's not real God damn it. How can you not see when something is marketing like? It's so mm strange plane look a little plan love. It's just not real. It's a real thing like it was it was meant specifically that whole show is just a vehicle for you to make baby yoga means and the whole thing where they're like. Oh we don't want baby odor means is fucking work. You're being worked. This is this is work WANNA one like. Vince McMahon be embarrassed to fuck and put this into the fucking rotation. Stop opt with this nonsense so bad. Andrew Vince McMahon is rolling over in his grave Vince. The first Vince McMahon in that died and then he replaced him with the impostor. Right is rolling over in his grave. Because this is such a fucking lame work you all felt the ultimate warrior died and then they got a new one. Oh he actually came. Came back from the dead. We did really well. Then the second time he just died of too much to his heart gave out because it was too big. Yeah it was it was full of it was actually in large from all the cocaine steroids. He did eighties nineties that his heart was too big. That's why it gave out. Actually you know. In the physiology physiological sensing a medical sense was too big. That's true in that. He put so much fucking like stuff through it that it wore it down like sandpaper and till it blew a gasket. Yes wrestlers and football players where essentially sides of fucking beef in the fucking eighty nine. So we're GONNA football seahawks laws. Yes I love it so now art so we try to figure this out yesterday so now seahawks play the Eagles Eagles at home. Okay so fuck them. I mean definitely only fuck them for sure. Yeah but the Eagles Philadelphia Fall into the river onto the Schuylkill along with your fucking bikes wchs and your cheese steaks and your fucking Luke skywalker pants and all that other your ice cream in in your your shit shit in your records and they'll ever pretzels those really good but every Oh man you just wake enough men like man I I always lie. I would lie awake at night as a kid and dream of having seven roommates and now it's happening seven. We're mates who were like having a weird fucking genderless orgy on the fucking on the enlarge beanbag that I bought. That'd be fun. That would. Yeah they have no concept of fun. And because they're they're vegans. I tell you something you're going to make make you wish that the water you're drinking vodka. Please the anarchist bookstore war is still open in Philadelphia. I Shit you not. I walked past it a few weeks ago and thought I was having Goddamn stroke that we drove by that and clowned the Horn and everything. That was the worst but I mean that was when we went back to when I was fucking before woke was woke doc when I woke when I you know like fucking stop traffic for the Republican National Convention. You Bookstore was then. Yeah that fucking stupid. Yo everyone stop. Please stop please can twenty twenty year. Please stop please stop me. Twenty the year of please stop please. Bullshit the year of just like a train. Stop Look Listen. They used to say that signs when you were crossing a train. Trestle there have a sign that said stop look listen stopped luckless neo. If you can't see the train you're probably but hey you know let's just me The Year of stop. Look listen. Don't just say what the first thing that comes to your mind although I'm really guilty of that. Wow Wow. I'm going to go for way. We we got asked US last week. About what the year twenty twenty is I like the year. Stop Look Listen. I'm into US pretty good. Yeah I think I WanNa make twenty twenty for me you for me for me just for me for Mr Man. There was a guy who I worked with in Europe. who was he was from Seattle? The only other American and his name was Andrew. Looked like me it was very. It was very weird scene but he talked about he was a lot of fun. He talked about a woman who knew in Seattle who God always eat like just woke up with another one of these fucking like nonsense fucking bullshit pushers who started every time they were gonNA say something like vaguely offensive to him. She always started being see. See for me see for me. I've never met this one of my life but we spent a good month in Europe is walking or annoy. See for me see for me see the year of C for me. Okay see from me so great. I think I wanNA make twenty twenty. Follow me on this year. This is about to get weird and the year of having a fascist dictator in your head. Okay because I want all of you. Who Subscribe to the year of having a fascist dictator in your head to have an angry voice in your head just being like no no every time you want to do some stupid shit? Every time we have ice cream for dinner no pissing the shower. That's okay do that sometimes It's all going in the you know the drink. There's also there's urban legend that it's different but fungus. I don't have any fun. I I mean I walk around that fucking Russian Turkish baths guy I am now. I'm amazed at Mersa yet. Sometimes I just lay land bed in the morning and I have to pay and I just let it go. Wow you know what twenty twenty. No what I'm going to bring a pissing your pants. No no and you know what though I need all of your fascist dictatorship in your heads the sound better than me. No see for me no. I'm yet nine nine the year of nine yeah. So that's that's what I recommend is the year of having fascist dictator. Take your head and maybe that means that you do some really good shit for yourself that you weren't GonNa New Normal Leagues you're GonNa sit around and watch fucking dark wing duck. No you're not come on man inside. Go Walk in the woods. You're so smart and different and you have a lot of good ideas and you should do them instead of talking about him and you know like I'll do tomorrow. It's not procrastinating. Oh just just you know I mean for me for me I. I'm not big on New Year's resolutions but I I for me last year the year of getting finally getting shut down and I did did that in spades. Yeah now having completed our mission of course I I did a personally and we also did with the podcast. We got our should don. Can you imagine two guys with busiest the kind of busy schedules. Right we still manage to do is really good. I feel great. Feels real and we'd be so fucking happy to upload this tonight and be like well that's it complete check. Yeah yeah number. We're going to keep going though we're going to stop. I mean I just want to lose listen to the no. The Fascist dictator the Erwin Rommel in our head precisely. We could tone it down a little bit. 'cause Erwin Rommel's big trump card big. He's tried to kill Hitler. So that's his big like that's as get out of jail. Immune Card Rommel was one of the good guys now. Master dictate amassed tried to think of a way to not make it a fascist dictator. But there's not good way every people honestly like people are just now understanding that Stalin like put gays boxcars killed. If you go on the fucking fucking things on reddit there's still people that's not true. That's who he killed. He killed every farmer who was an independent farmer killed every single one of them on the Indian. Take you fucking put take your ear. Buds Ear pod Fordham in your brain all the way into your brain okay. My God all the way through through the world into China. Listen if you're one of the people sitting around saying no Stalin didn't put gays on boxcars that's propaganda. You're a Holocaust denier. Okay that's what that is just wanted to throw it out there. Go on with your life and your how has your year. It was talk about twenty nine thousand nine from the beginning the lunches go through the laughter tears. That was actually my answer. Her it was I I like. Oh we'll just come right out with it. I had a bad two thousand nineteen nineteen and did not work out the way I wanted on January first starting on January first January first I had big plans for twenty only nineteen. Yeah I remember they did not come to pass however my life has been an upper trajectory for a minute. Things have gotten much. You better bottomed out a little bit there. And like maybe like early to midsummer. Yeah so I had a bad twenty nineteen no way around it but I am thankful that ended on a high note modem thankful for for my dudes mandate for the the people in my life. See for me the people in my life see for me. No I'd like I I definitely lost like a bunch of people which is very sad but gained a bunch of people is nice so you know whatever on on on they call that on aggregate onto the next. Yeah fucking ended better than Than it should have so. Yeah next next bus all right. How was your twenty nineteen? Oh my God so you know for me and I thought you'd never ask. I was just waiting for you to finish talking so I can talk. which is what usually you see for me for me? I started this. I started twenty nineteen with a lot of contemplation a lot of like seriously downward facing dog out scenarios and a lot of things were you a downward facing dog I was. I was working at a chemical factory where I inhaled my cadets all day making a comical amount of the money to the point where I briefly considered living in an alley with no place to go good and then I won't won't say that I was saved but I had a kind of some revelations I stopped ended a couple of very talks like relationships friendships and girlfriend end of African That's that went Well one toxic thing thing ended not by my hand and then I ended another one to have revenge Bernice on the fairer sex. Nothing gets a woman angrier than when you dump them or something. I don't know but I decided to actually come home and do things instead of lay down and it worked really well all I have like a bunch of stuff written and it's like I'm starting to I think a lot more and I do a lot more things. I even started writing music and I wrote a whole album and I had the conducting the spalding. The fucking sack to not put it out nice because he loves sucked I as a whole record. Eight eight songs WCHS perfect life. All things are terrible. My singing terrible. My lyrics are bad. I didn't put it out and said No. No I said no which is great and I say myself a lot of fucking trouble when people are like oh great I love it. They don't love it. It's terrible it's the best. West was the best feeling on earth to have control of your own destiny for the first time as men in his early forties I controlled my shit. I was like I would just by was a manic fucking devil. Just put my shit out. I wouldn't say now I didn't have that inner no Inter no inter no man and I hi also defeated my inner now at the same time by doing something that I never thought I could do. It was really scary and then I did it and I felt so good about it new career new profession freshen the best. How do you can do shit? We're the out here. Brothers man out here brothers. I'm trying to do. I broke warmer out here. Bullet Voices Anglo always love when we survived the game when I go up to I go to the cameras to get some shots because for whatever reason my voice sounds very commanding and deep on those microphones Ferguson. I'm just like come on as Induce Person House Hall or do is located new. It's fucking got your life last night. Reclusion last you're totally fine madness. Ah My favorite thing we ever did is when we talked. I haven't working in an office office with Felon Selma. And he was like my girlfriend. And we're like Oh that's good. Feel good for you. I guess for thirty the on yellow. Please hey how you doing getting after buddy. Hey how was your night last night for the group for this give. That's great you're you're not my no. That's good great. Good good buddy buddy which I could say that been a while since I could say that for sure. Oh God you know. Don't be the office person. Just let the inner fascist dictator takeover. Let let the fascist dictator dictatorship in your head. Take the controls hulk. I'm sees the controls control. This is the year of seized the controls Hulk Faulk that now you know twenty seize control love it and I spent. That's it. That's all of our great ideas thrown together use. The controls talk sees the controls. God Damn write it down all right. Perfect speaking of sees the controls. We some people die. Oh Shit yeah would we got well. Well there's this. One person called Allee Willis she wrote. Do you remember September okay mundane fire. She wrote a bunch of other songs cares about that. Yeah well because she wrote one of the best songs ever that nobody ever cared about. She wrote this song that maybe she doesn't want I wrote this. Yeah yes she did. Recipes allee Willis gone too soon seventy-two of cardiac arrest for heartless too big mocking greats. It's fucking good. The karate kid is God gets. The love deserves the middle unlike coney in the Bar Burien. It's everyone agrees that's good but nobody sits down with. It was real like God. Damn that's a really fucking good. You know that the kid has a new series out. Yeah I don't fucking care the dude. The the guy the not rough macho with the other guy. Yeah Johnny Johnny is like been a bit actor in Hollywood ever since he looks really haggard and it isn't makeup yes he's lived a hard life. I believe it but it's really cool. Because Ralph Macchia is like the one you love to hate. He's like an anti a hero. He's like a because he owns a car dealership and this dude has to hear his commercials all day. That's cool I actually really funny. I'll all right I'll watch one. It's good it's called Cobra Kai I just can't I don't need to continue the things from my youth. I don't need nine Terminator Movies Ladies. Hey Do you know what I mean like. I don't need any of this. I certainly certainly don't need people twelve years old trying to talk me about star wars wars. They'll never know that shit is ship has sailed. It's gone when you step off that dock you're gonna hit water it really moth on one night. I'm really hot. Takes came into wor drinking wine out of the bottle. Yeah uh-huh oh Amazon Johnson. I made a recipe that required most of a bottle of wine tonight and I just had a little bit of wine left thirty up a glass and you don't yeah this is. This is a reverend your last day. God just took a big swig of wine canariensis entity. Oh it's empty. Andrew stomach full of wine sloshing around that who knows what we're the night or the night could take us got an idea. I'M GONNA put this up and Watch Cobra Cobra Kai and And Fall Asleep. Let me say put this up. What do you mean this episode? Now Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that's what I thought. Lighten up with this up. Hey you don't let me put this up or what. I didn't take it out for anti my favorite line from what's not rule not not rules contraction. It's the movie all the rules of attraction but with drugs. I don't know what's annoys uh-huh we have recording noise of some variety. I did change the sample rate earlier. So for four are point one. No so we've been recording at forty eight kilohertz. Oh for years. That's why it sounds so good it. Maybe I went and I listened to an old episode. We both sounded very high. Pitched okay and it may be because we were younger. More spry definitely possible. No definitely nine. I think or I feel more than ever. I've been taking. Steel veto taken extends. But so I I went and looked like yeah we have. I think I had years and years ago I had a recording interface. That for some reason just fucking hated forty four point one. Yeah fucking. We'll do forty eight and that's just been the way it's been for a years today. I switch back to forty four point one good idea. Let's find out in the united. There's there's only one way to find out and I I guess I should have saved saved this before we started but yeah there is that is that is a strange noise. So yeah it's now it's all I hear. Dirt is convinced. We're GONNA hear meters. We don't you guys at home. Can you hear that noise. What's up boys stop? Had you assholes made a stormtroopers of death fucking so D- right it's been stormtroopers of death reference in Twenty Nineteen Cool Wall to me. Yeah all right so she died and that's sad and who else we got well known is again. I can't hear Ya I can barely hear something. If something's Oh my God you're clear now. Okay Great. We're gone so how's it year Bam Okay Oh we can still keep going keep on your head. A little won't little issue but we're okay. Yeah we said there is gay porn noises being played through our the There goes again. God damnit Yeah I get you premium and now won't leave me alone. I don't care for me at all no I it'll play and then I'll habitually like two ended. Did I just close my phone. Oh keep going. Yeah that's great but also whatever we realized. I'm sorry everybody in the more sensitive listeners. Somebody's originated edit there. Yeah we realized that there is a gay porn sounds. We realized that Steve was fucking in his room right next to. I didn't wire up the entire replace Free Sound I. I saw how Jeffrey Epstein lived and I said why not us now we have to listen to this terrible Steve. You've Steve come up for air man. Jesus let's how we can just fuck. Normally we get him a pillow to put over his face. I'm again in my room at the Hilton. So much of WHO said he can stay here. You can't just have normal set. This is tender. Sex is the two hundred and fifty dollars a month rent. He pays his it is it is. It is and the funny thing is he's not in the room anybody's he's doing his by himself. Hey Hey hey knock down in there. We stopped every all right. Damn she's one of those recording lights outside the studio you know. They like the quietly recording recording. And now he's just now just being an asshole using a handsaw doesn't it really passionate guy and I love about him but I we might have to fire him might be the year. Do we fire Steve. Everybody right in right and do we fire Stephen. You go that's Yeah we'll leave it up to the audience living up to the audience as to whether or not we are not fictional a real caretaker up here. He's not caretaker. He's like he just keeps them fully sure what he does to be honest. It's like having him around. He's like a vibe guy like when def jam will just hire like vibe per I'd Guy I like the guy you're in charge of the vibe of the office. Wow okay that's lie awake at night and dreamt about as a kid being the vibe guy. Jump off the bridge. I've spent time in The Rock nation offices and they really need a vibe guy. 'cause it's depressing. It's fun there are lots of leather hanging up. Now it's it just looks like an office with a bunch of very sad looking people around and like they're playing like bad pop low places like that can get away with like we're GonNa pay you this little bit of money but it looks great on one hundred percent. That's exactly it. I went through ten different points of contact there over like a span of two years. People just like hired fired quid fucking stealing whatever. Steely Dan Steely Dan. Well I guess since we're talking about people who die familiar with the broadcaster Don Imus yes I am Don Imus. I didn't really like them much. Yeah it was never big Fan But he died at some weird fans like some real like People so I'm GONNA play him. He's still you still the people here noise relaxed for those who haven't heard today. America America lost a true legend in the radio. Entertainment Business Don Imus yes. He had a very very successful radio show for finding many imus in the morning. No one happened. He did other things to ooh. They also served honorably in the United States Marine Corps. He was a man's man. He wasn't politically correct. who was a cowboy? He Rode Horses and he did things his way. Wow I grew up listening to Don Imus and other people that we call shock jocks such as Howard Stern. It was their way of taking satire and comedy and mixing it thank you I just tried to find. Join the footage the footage the fuck unseen from Private Parts. Where done sticks his head out the door and tells Howard Stern to fuck off sadly on gough known known known for his Being fired for calling the rutgers women's basketball team nappy headed Ho. Yeah that was a strange decision. Yeah now why would you do. I Y Y gladdened livened why a lot of people came out and said thank God. He's dead. Wow yeah that kind. Of as long provost hustling rough. That was like fifteen years ago. Two girls supplanter say oh straightforward creepy scare coach. Now has the nerve to call somebody. nappy Joe Skin nappy. The straps did work his fingers to the bones to get the job. He it was a dirty four and a racist bastard through an through like off top. Miss got the nerve someone. Listen to you know you said. Now that's tanner of forty of these fucking rips. So so they were really glad he's dead. And but my favorite one of all time. Is this one it just like I want. Just a twenty Josh. Bruce Filing resume of Yankee Candle Campbell. Burnin somebody's three finally over baboo. Chivalry this is like a guy who said on the Bob. This talks speaking of this. This sucks did our men who fuck in didn't like juice world fuck and have a rip He had no. He's apparently a huge eagles fan. Yeah clearly so. He didn't have a rip about anybody but the Eagles. He said he hopes that Eli. Manning beats the eagles because the eagles I bet he has the seahawks take now but no. He didn't have anything but he didn't even end up playing nip now that was so great in the world of Music Dave Riley from big black died. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Curiously I thought his name was not Steve Albany. His name was not Stephen Meany and not the drum machine Roland fucking he has to or whatever but it's attended young age fifteen. I picked up my copy of big black's songs. Go fucking explains why. You're making youtube videos. Hat aggression later. This is like listening to a guy who wants to learn the the three to place this food. Instead of Guitar Lessons Dedication you new dedication to making money any true lovell top it all off now with my Man Ryan Van Wink. I wonder yes this I wonder he's quick. Merry Christmas message to the people who deserve it. I'm not really much of a kershaw person but But I WANNA wish America's just everybody who celebrated that if you want to believe in the imaginary being that doesn't exist but everybody drives safely is GonNa be a lot of alcoholic shelter drive around Christmas time. Oh Wow Now I'm I'M GONNA be spending later on going to be going to visit a relative so I'm not the new lowry meals. I'M GONNA post before then but this relative lives in the middle of nowhere and we don't get very good Internet signal altera show low's step outside insight into. He lives on losing at home. Where there's probably like a thousand people and that's it for me? I was born the Jewish held. Hold so I grew up following the Jewish religion until I decided to become an ATS. And I felt was the best thing for me really. Wow the little shits tribesmen one of the chosen. People wish wish everybody who celebrates Christmas. I have a merry Christmas choice but I Love Fun and drive safely. fucking great basically just made a video. You advise people to drive safely. Wow Wow those are all the rips woman whose mother we got photos AH. She's Jewish. Really Yeah right to Jillian laundry yet now fucking fascinating lot now. Now remember when I talked about Ryan Van. wyk being a pimp. Yeah I run out around here all the time and this was all you've made nutricula. AH BRA-STRAP I know it really disappointed. I'm so lake. I'm bold over right now. Your aren't bold over. I've never seen you bowled over before but here you are. Wow Holy Shit God I watch a lot of metallica videos lately. Yeah you so. You were saying Metallica documentaries and if you watch a year and a half in the life of Metallica I couldn't find the clips of this was kind of pointless but Lars Ulrich Albany makes its way into to that fucking movie and guess what it's for because the fucking dude who I know of done sound for since wrote a column about how Metallica wasn't very good. Yeah and how they used to be better. which is the exact thing everybody says about everything in an albany including fucking parking meters? Oh my God. Yeah and restaurants and tire shops. Everything is not as Kizzie used to be when you were talking about this. The my first thought was did they talk about the time. Black flag played the VFW Hall on Washington Avenue and someone broke the toilet so we can't have shows there anymore. Yes people talk about this today like it's a tragedy that happened to them for employed. Loyd are you fucking nineteen ninety four. I was going to show people again. fucking sucks but that black flag it was twenty goddamn years ago. It's in a local promoter promoter booked black flag on their like Demi Weird like towards the twenty two years ago regardless. Yeah like a couple years ago. Oh Shit and they put when bogus was love and they set up like like such a crowd that they set up like ropes ups and their ten people showed up. Aw I win and I said I WANNA see Greg. Ginn play the guitar and then I pulled up behind the van. I saw Greg. Ginn go in the back. While I was parking. He was like. Oh there's Greg Ginn and then I was like you went in and grabbed. His Guitar went into to the venue and I said well I guess that's all I need is really old looking greg. GINN and a worn out wet t-shirt sweating grabs guitar and go in the venue and I said well that's enough from spend thirty seven dollars on my ticket Yeah no every person here just thinks everything is terrible now in use to be fine in some time in the past everything everything is terrible now. Everything's terrible now right this second. Everything's terrible now but everything used to be really good just letting fascist dictatorship in your brain twenty twenty. And we've got some questions. Would you like to do I. Just I just hit a tired wall just happened like Oh you have your you have your machine you're mine not that's That's Miss Connections Palmieri. Go go we got a new one and two. I haven't seen the Charleston go Spock's video lately and I'm pretty sad about us we're gonNA have to do a ghost box with Charlie Chinden Pretty Soon Charlie Charlie Chilton you. You haven't posted a ghost box video in a long time. Charlie auction did one just James Hubert. The San Ysidro. McDonald's shooter I don't Ooh that is Zelda Quinn from the movie messing Lou Reed Okay Thomas Edison all right Thomas Edison. Can you hear me because he said Watson I need you. That was not Thomas Edison. Who Was it? Celebrant Alexandria belong every everytime Watson Watson. I need you all right. We've got some questions. Here is the National Lampoon's vacation series. The greatest comedy movies series of all time series. No you know Sorry I really only like Europe European vacation. I'm GonNa say something that's going to. We're going to cross swords because I think the first and the third are much better than the second the second is starts out in the second step brothers starts out really strong and then falls off super hard at the forty five minute mark. All right right like this is his fucking wife is kidnapped and all this shit like it's enough. It's enough back and then I didn't like any of the vacations nations afterwards so now it's not to very strong hits basically vacation series and the die hard series are precisely flee the same first and third or fucking fantastic seconds good falls off halfway through and the other's fucking trash European has new looks. Yeah that's the first half. It's incredible looking Congra- new looks Dr Johnson this whole storyline. She's like I'm going to take a flight home to be with the my boyfriend who's the same guy who's in Cobra Kai hi. Yeah this is like it's not a very good second half right after they leave the relatives. Who the fuck where they? It falls off the point where the movie stops it was the one where Clark farts at. oshman's out take out. Take they go to a concentration farts and they cut it out because that's that's tasteless. They probably couldn't get European distribution if they would that they may kiss change their logo. And I'm thinking about going Vegan Andrew but I don't want to turn them to also also like Patrick Finland. I haven't read idea for you. Dare you say that about our friends. Don't it's foolish thing you're pretending it's healthy for you win if you really step back and take a look at like the actual data not the data. That's being fed to you by vegans. And it's not if I was with you and you said that I would look to you and this is really snarky. Mean thing this it'd be like everybody's thinking about going. Yeah don't do that well. Why there's the fact that you don't have a white? Here is a great reason to not do it. I mean the grossed out by meat products are you what do you want to save the world. Do you want to tell people you're Vegan because it's cool and they'll find you attractive. Nita reason. The answer might surprise is you. You need a reason if you dig deep and because I will end this person's defense I will say that life is all about trying to be trying to appear to be interesting and feel interesting so when you say. I'm going Vegan or because we love to talk about being Vegan crawfish people. They loved so yeah. I guess the if you want to appear interesting and cool yeah. I guess you could be going Vegan. But y'all we gotta talk about this stop. I we talked about this last night. When you're hungry you'll fucking chick-fil-a unwelcome work? I know you will. Don't we were out last night. Yes we were and there was a woman who was eating a Vegan pizza from Walmart. Walmart's brand whatever you think is interesting about being begin is done. It's fucking forked ban. Over if you can get a Vegan pizza at Walmart Shit is cached so you better have a very very religious just reason there are very very fucking strong feeling of it the sanctity of life and be really following that way in place that are like maybe not that comfortable. The vegans. I know who are capital vegans. That I'm like. Yeah that's their thing that's why they like has a very very intense feelings about life in ways that like like maybe don't make you feel fucking I don't know maybe they do but whatever whatever like the fake interesting thing about being Vegan. Yeah it's not there anymore it's fucking done it's gone plus. It's the Vegan persecution thing where it's like. Where am I going to eat? Yes I'm going to say. Why white where can I go to Burger? King Tug along long Walmart and get a Red Baron Pizza Vegan fish. So hey look I said if you think it's healthy it's like not really not really just sit down with the actual evidence because it took me a long time to find the actual evidence after being around begins in twenty years. It's a the entire world is very excited in you not having data so you got to sit down and really commit to finding it but yeah this is like and what will happen. Is you'll find. What was that fucking documentary on Vegan athletes on a net afflicts? Everyone was talking about. Oh yeah nobody was talking about the fact that I think they highlighted like five Vegan athletes. Four of them at the time when we came out had like massive injuries are probably not going back to the sport. Stop Just Stop Twenty twenty year. Just fucking stop man come on. You're right the battery now. Most of US Charles Napier also. Where's his goes box call? That is a great question. Charles Charles Napier's last role as best. I know it was beating. Larry David over the head with a towel and a bit part in curb. Curb your enthusiasm which I think was maybe his best role I liked his. I liked his role in the blues. Brothers in the Blues Brothers Remember Him. Yeah he played. He played the guy from Bob's country bunker who chased Mike. Wow all right so we owe you three hundred hundred dollars and y'all drank four hundred dollars worth of beer so you lay. I see you owe us one hundred dollars and then they escape really good. Wow Charles Napier. This comes up but chips episode. Excellent Sixty eight sixty nine how to make engines judge Mr Clinton. It's I fix saline. Do Your own work it under the good. Let me show you Phil in fifteen years on a V.. Eight assembly line master mechanic. I let her combination once the holy enough to free and don't say anything vitamins to claim. I cricket overhead from a woman to help. It's your last doesn't go you patrolling Trumpers uh-huh. 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In God's like you gotTa kill these twelve monsters and you go around. I'll do it. Wow I downloaded I played it for like an hour today. It was really fun. So so Go Go to the wind but actually you know what I started to fuck around with the game manhunt again and despite the fact it has very bad. Controls is hampered by terrible. But you're like outside playing manhunt with people know he's kind of the same concept where you're it's The deadliest game where you'RE A. What do you play like a convict? That everyone thinks is killed late. They just drug you and then they put you in this fucking cities hell scape. And you've got to kill a bunch of gang members. Were hunting you to To get out you're describing a post-apocalyptic post-apocalyptic thing right. Yeah probably I don't really know what it is fun because you get like just take plastic bags and wrap them around people's heads and with the shit out of them. It's fun it's it's very very violent. You know that Queen's Reich is to write about post-apocalyptic didn't know that and the pro primary lyricist in Queens on Jefferson was the name again. Geoff Tate what was the name again. Jeff Jests hates talking tate. I've got our moment of Tate right here advice Gypsy here just returned today from Europe playing win. And that's your head festival time that how's wasters here for putting yourself. He just trying to sell people. People doesn't bogus fucking rock and roll CAMIS number cities around the country It's GonNa be really good time at a time. Because they're still ashes Josh. Okay so okay. So He's listening to his own music while shucking oysters By himself while drinking drinking what seems to be six or seven different bottles of his own. Vintage We just entered into a new vintage of wine. 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Yeah we fully don't believe we believe that he's just like this. Ego Monster is understands that he has to lake. What about off as being like lecherous? It's part of them rant. But he's never actually felt the emotion necessary to achieve erection. What about Barron Child? Who knows? He's only challenge already taller than him. I don't know I couldn't tell you. The child is severely autistic and was probably produced under the wine drinking wine. Yeah I don't know what that is. Do the police is line of burning bridges. Ever played a show together but remember. I don't think so. I don't think we don't we don't I don't think we did. We would remember that because it would have been so memorable that we would bring it up like a happened yesterday. Okay which gambling would rather spend Christmas with the Obamas or the Clintons bombers. I want to hang the Clintons. I think so. Yeah because they would. They would both get wine. Drunk are fighting. I can walk around their palatial estate and look for Shit Damn time people would have cash shen drawer. Yeah entrepreneur so I get toasted up and then I take like six grand in cash and bail plus Obama to see the the book list that Obama. We'll put out now. It's like this is my bist list of best books for Twenty nineteen pence four-minute. No I wish has for all of them. Were her new books that you could find Barnes and nobles like Fun Front Table. That's the man reads nothing of substance. I mean he probably didn't really put that analyst representatives. It was fucking depressing. It was fucking news gross. Yeah like Oh really yeah Riedel books. Please come on come on Oh I thought that was I thought that was red. Hot Chili peppers for a second. That was wrong one. I played the wrong one time. Stores would mark Anthony bombers there. We go in February everywhere in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Please tell me about this is anonymous story will be president. He asked me for my phone number. Oh my God and although he promised to call I have my doubts. Well he did fucking noise gate. Their man's little nervous but I was a little narrative with him. I have better idea and asked him to come over to my place for dinner and drinks medical from there. I told him he said that would be fine. OBROCK Obama's off the show a date that he's for trump at our satellites. Otherwise put on my slinky EST by the fire the fire so it really shows off my best feature my large shapely breast the pair by special beef stroganoff which the guys seem to appreciate picked up a couple of video tapes a classic Bogart Bacall Film Komo in case things got going like I hope they would going going guys like I found the contacts hurt. My Eyes is even if I leave them in too long but they sure do enhanced. My Green is green. Is the sucks even when someone reads needs it to you. This is From channel called velvet pipes production. Wow very cool So yeah shot them. 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I think that's the question I don't know who's the last one jim email from someone that you want to read it you Komo from someone claiming to be your twelve year old child. The story checks out. Roughly the mother identified deaf. Got It around twenty three years ago they leave a phone number. What what do you do? Wow Mom not. I'm not running away from problems. Got An issue deal with that refunding. I call twelve all see. I only have two. I only have to pay Child support until eighteen. Can they hit you back for twelve years. Thanks so I don't know I haven't got signed the the the Martin Martin Harding Azadi on the case. Here's the question. Would you be mad at the mother for not telling you yeah interesting. Well it'd be mad added. The mother won't be mad at them. I think twenty three years ago I would have been a fucking ask father so like maybe maybe that was a good move. I'm not sure well my. I hope this isn't directed towards Jesus in my mind like twenty three years ago. Okay Okay no twelve years ago. Twelve years ago twelve years nine months ago Jesus Thirteen years ago. Almost let's see. Yeah no no no no no no no no no no no no no now oh well it was twelve year old. Then I'm good solid but it was twenty three three which I think maybe that was supposed to be thirteen. They wrote twenty-three which now realism's make a lot of sense anyways. Hey thanks everybody for the questions you want to read one. More you're We shrimp from a gas station. I wouldn't eat shrimp directly from the ocean. fucking gross gross a hate trump. Fuck Outta here with that poobah bon shit. No no good no good. The last miss- connections included some photos for Andrew's amusement the people. This is the McDonald's that I work used to work at work for work at the date. February Eighteenth Nineteen ninety-seven. Yes all right. Yup It looks like it most talking about Bin Laden. Oh yeah this is bin. Laden's die. We kicked the episode off with that boy. One lasts for the decade. What is the meaning of the decade? It's got to be well though. This whole decade has been no no data of the decade. Was I don't know but I just like there's so much fierce competition because like two thousand thirteen through fifteen had some really strong shit. Think so yeah. I don't know I like Let's just focus girls man. I don't remember that being a mean mom me now is it okay. Majon domains the best all right and we got wolf all right. Everybody was son. Repeat very last the last miss- connections for the year. My God what a year has been miss connections. We put out a best perspective. In retrospect of all those connections Sent to US every week by associate producer. Hannah thank you again. We can only hope to be as hard working and cool as you are it. Might it happened one day but it's not happening yet. We are an odd and we thank you for providing us with the RAW ests grossest content every week for all of our listeners. 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Were a whole both holding a cooler like on either side with a kid sitting and they were running with the kids sitting on the cooler to get a good spy because they started right on time and people were still walking up the hill down the hill and people are the people from running boys and it was one of the one of the best things I've ever seen in terms of Wednesday. And you know I love windows one of the best things that ever seen in my life for sure. What if the cops are beating on the crowd during they all took it the nightsticks Wailing Lame Langley? Barber comes out and says starts Sir calling shots and blocking seems it becomes the first scene from Panther. We're all the cops just attack the protesters it becomes. I rent a cop where all the the crack commando what did they play. That and then room sweeper comes in and just crowd away. Yeah that'd be like Oh we need cops is more than ever. Damn you are going to read this to go Unicorn. Also in Saginaw Michigan seeking a woman who is wanting to get her flower soaking wet. I am wanting a baby. ooh There's a big fat can you you just like a Mississippi River between getting your flower wet and wanting a baby. That's your house soaking wet soaking wet. Do you not understand actually know what the negative outlook just go ahead. impregnating every woman you sleep but I am wanting a baby I am wanting a baby are wanting a baby dead or alive. You're coming with me. They don't are alive. I'm coming on you in you. Merry Christmas suffered two strokes since June and have been harassing home. I'm out now I'm out now but I'm behind in everything please. I can prove I am telling truth. Space period no space. I am just waiting to see if I have legionaires because I was in foster IAN manner until about two weeks weeks ago. Space dot space please. I'm hoping someone will help me or that. Friends will help me. Maybe even churches please please. Don't let me fall. 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Game Scoop Episode 590

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Game Scoop Episode 590

"That's the sound. Cat booting up what's up everybody is you and skipping meals David Hatfield joining this week is Tina mini everybody just Davis. Scoop and friend and SAM clayborn. We've got a great show for you this week we're going to talk about. The crazy crazy crazy deal about spiderman being exclusive to playstation. In Marvel's AVENGERS WE'RE GONNA flip through the August nineteen ninety issue of video games and computer. Entertainment. But I. Really all you need to know right now is that spunky to is finally finally coming out, September fifteenth just over month away I couldn't be more excited listeners and my friends on the show have long long heard me talk about how much I love love love spunky. Maybe my favorite game of all time cheese maybe I don't know why does it need sequel? Doesn't necessarily need one, but the like I, I. You know spunky. So brilliant and they've spent so much time making the sequel like I'm really excited to see you know how do you with with this one and what? During their, how deep they're going to get maybe they'll go so that they a lava world. You, what do you want different in this game? Necessarily different but I mean just play spunky I can't believe. We're still talking about this. You don't want the game he don't own a to do extra. This is the problem is that people like you demand sequels and they should be made everything was fine. I was I was never demanding a sequel I've been excited for the sequel though it was announced we've had to edit these episodes several times to remove your demands they're getting increasingly. Violent. My demand for this game increases. If you're if you're an Egyptian prime subscriber, you dame, it's eighteen minute weekly rant on spunky to yeah they go to edit editor. Yup you can download them. Eric while you're excited for this game looks like it has more digging. Know. It's all about systems. Interacting with each other in in unexpected surprising things on your quest to reach the end of the game. So I'm just excited for all the new stuff that they're going to add to the game. Off many many different ways to unexpectedly die during a I love spunky and. I was just joking about all that before I think the cool thing about spunky is the thing I like about Mario Brothers Games where it's like. So focused on secret stuff and as people discovered all the secrets. That that probably alone gave me hope that this game would just be like just full of like crazy cool Meta difficult things to accomplish. That that's why I needed a sequel, you catch all the seeking discover all the secrets you need more secrets. To. Shoot up date. They're like we added a bunch of secret stuff. That's the patch notes like that's the patch. This passes a secret. Good candidate for guides him. It is it is although it's kind of a it's really hard to write guides for Rogue Lakes because I'm you can kind of like classify like eventually with speeding this game became really interesting spunky because. You know there was like a type of orientation of the first level that like made sense to not restart on I think. That's really cool. Right. People basically start breaking the game to figure that stuff out but otherwise, you just gotta be like. You might see a snake. Not If. You know there's there's like a shortcuts to people could take that are built into the game that aren't yet I don't break the game. Yeah. You can tell people never to pick up certain weapons and stuff like that I. Think there is a There's an element to that type of strategy guide writing, which is interesting because there's there's a there's a public out there that I know people don't don't expect this. But it's true that just read from start to finish a game skied while they play it and I did that when I when I was a kid rock Tynan skied and didn't lessen my enjoyment of the Game I. Love The indepth page by page look at all the stuff in this game aspect that guy and people like that. So that's different from like a spunky guide readers like here's some tips. Good luck. And then apparently also. The Sony State of play today it was announced at Alan wake is coming to control DLC. Correct, but we don't have more information than that. Yeah. Honestly. I had like a I haven't been able to watch state of play in its entirety myself, but it was narrated to be my friendly gears. He makes an appearance and it has been long speculated that the DNC in meant in question would be across over with Alan. Wake. So this kind of confirms it but apparently, the trailer did not divulge much more about like. Easter kind of character or is this going to be like a playable character or villain may be and I? I guess I didn't catch this while I was playing control but I suppose or maybe I don't remember but I suppose we're a lot of references to a writer. So that's why we're the relations coming from. Confirms that that's that's the the the writer that they were talking about the. Resting what are the objects called? I I I. Don't think he'd be here, but there's a special objects. Neil. Alan WIG has that. They go. Yeah. All batteries. It was sponsored right or whatever it was like. Of. These batteries have not run out. Remember that at the time. Everybody was like my God is this the future business model of games just advertisements? But. They would just like square banner ads for like McDonald's in the back of sports games and people were like, wow, I guess the future it's surprising how little that's in games now I think about it. Yeah. I'm talking about that a little bit more later on in the episode, but I But I okay. What do you guys think about this I was really surprised by this news. Tony announced that they've got exclusive spiderman character in Marvel's of injuries exclusive to playstation ps four five coming free to those calls early in twenty twenty one, it seems like a crazy get for Sony. Sony has an an exclusive spiderman game already and Sony. Pictures has the exclusive rights to spider man but the video game rights still are or with Marvel Games, he doesn't own those. Is, just seems like I gave. Like a very clear choice that Sony's are the the playstation version is the best version of the game, right? Yes. You Spiderman. Well just they have this extra character and it's maybe the most popular superhero the the thought process of like will we have like like Spiderman now just Sony. Like me. You know 'cause it is Sony pictures like even though spider-man's in the on loan from you know Sony Pictures and obviously the Spiderman video game, and now this exclusive like from a marketing. Standpoint that that makes sense but. From a Gamer standpoint like in game, he's your standpoint. To settle down their game. Listener. LET'S CHECK OUT LISTENERS I think I think this feels pretty bad. Just. Text there we're GonNa have some collins later that we recorded that we're going to play and one of them just played for a second. But you've got bad. It's not bad for playstation Gamers, right? I don't know, and it also perpetuates a system where that's what people's you know. Choices are predicated on developers. Choices are predicated on to the extent of which you know they can influence that kind of thing. I think it was funny that there was a miscommunication because because of Sony's presence around Spiderman Properties in general that it was like, oh, well, they own the rights to it like no, it's very much slow marvel and crystal clarified that it was because of their relationship with Marvel Sonian marble obviously continuously having these business deals together substantiates it makes it A. More comfortable process for them. But yeah, it's it's by no means like a rights thing where it's like, oh, of course, Sony is going to get the exclusive. It's still just negotiation process but feel on a similar topic like Eddie. Feel a little bit bad for crystal because originally it was like where's Doc i? Want to know more about okay. Do you. Hugo Spiderman Kisaburo. Just like can't win. Of. A like a spider-man's in other games right now to your point, it's better means in. Marvel. What does it call? The more Baltimat- aligns three that was just like a switch exclusive. So it has nothing to do with you know Sony Sony except for it doesn't have to deal with there's a big spider man game or two on Sony Systems now experiment like like this is this is another exclusive incident of incidents with Spiderman, which is kind of funny because like if that becomes Sony's mascot, that's that's a coup right there. That's pretty good. That's afraid of. The PS. Spiderman. was that. Oh, they use the spiderman fought for the playstation for a while. Yeah that's right. Three three. Spiderman footage. Off The loading speed on the Piazza. Association yeah. Yeah. I. I just like I feel like this era of exclusive content on one version of a game a shout like it was winding down like we saw with. Destiny, has you know the their marketing is with playstation. So an exclusive strike, which is a fancy version of a dungeon like that's only on playstation and then came to xbox like a year later is something like that like you still see it sometimes, it feels like it's less common now, and this is like the most high profile version of like one console getting something in a multiplatform game that it doesn't another another council doesn't get a really really long time Says Lot of like stunted. Released states where are staggered release dates where like it comes? It's a playstation exclusive for like three days or something like, yeah or like six months in case like Tomb Raider. It reminds me of the soul caliber characters from back in the day. How like? One version of the game had link. It was amazing. Like xbox was stuck with spun or something like went. History characters right here. So in two thousand and two. So caliber to started guest characters right and so at a link on Gamecube Hejazi was for playstation two, which is lamb. Yeah checking and then spawn was for xbox but it was supposed to be cloud for the that got that got swapped out. That would have been really cool. That would have been so much better. Your point about how history has kind of ditched his idea in. Seoul caliber. They changed up exclusivity. So they did three star wars characters the apprentice which was from like waken are what's it called fortunately sorry was in both games but they had darth Vader, the playstation three version and Yoda on the xbox or sixty version so so weird but you could get either one as a deal see character. You could get them all on that and then have a final one is really funny. Mortal combat in two thousand eleven the game shows just called mortal combat I think it's it's usually 'em canine for fighting came fence. They put Craig's as a history exclusive so. They were almost going. There's interviews about this. They're almost GONNA put Marcus Fenix as the XBOX. At exclusive equivalent. But at the last minute they're like well, not last minute in development marcus, you can't really move that way in a fighting game. So Orly make sense. So at that point, they're just like, okay, let's station gets crazy. Doesn't inevitably skills it's nothing which is such a different idea which is out now. Okay, if you get this system, you're going to get like Grayhawk. But if you're going to get this system, you're going get spiderman and then you can kind of compare and yell at each other about that. But this is just like one version of this game is just like this has more stuff and it's really cool. But it's also like Crato says the Sony Character, right? So. That's that's one of the big differentiator is for me is like Let's say you get the game on playstation how deeply integrated an integral to the experience can spiderman even be because he's not in the other platform. So he's GonNa have to be just by the nature of how it works bolted on in like a weird way. It feels it feels bad and I don't like it. Well the the quote that we got that Tina mentioned I think it's from Scott is from crystal dynamics was it surprised me and it's dismissive nece to. The full quote says I would say that Marvel's avengers has a lot of heroes and with the scope and breadth of the game in this universe, players are going to have their hands full with a lot to play with we just announced Hawkeye, they're more heroes to come. So this is an opportunity to celebrate spider-man's edition uniquely for those players on playstation but I think there's so much of a world for people to explore. I wouldn't look at that as that as a reason, not to embrace it. I would say, look at all this stuff you get to play with and for those players who absolutely want to play. Spiderman you have the option to do so on police station. Reminds me option. Reminds me of Don, metric Microsoft's former president of interactive entertainment business in two thousand thirteen responding to complaints about experts. One having an always online requirement. He said, fortunately, we have a product for people who aren't able to stay connected. It's called xbox three sixty. I think it was Kentucky called that Spiderman Quote Word Salad like it just says nothing like but they're stuck between like making this a big deal and getting playstation fans hyped versus like minimizing. xbox Fan. So it's not actually a big deal don't. Don't don't worry about it. Would it be better what would be better to take out spiderman and be fine you guys don't get. happening. For that solve the problem. That's what I did my children. Neither of you get to play with it now. We're just GONNA keep it internally and we're gonNA play his mattie whenever. spider-man's going back on the shelf and maybe you can have next to you if you stop whining. The worst thing is I don't think they confirmed cross-play but given that that's become like more of a pattern. Of thing you are an xbox player and you're like damn at this special radio station player. Rolling it in my face but I think they're playing in the in the quotes that demon off is that their plan for the game is very much. So to add like dozens of characters, the way that they've talked about digging in through a lot of like the comic series and doing their research and whatnot, it sounds like they do have really. Extensive. Plans down the line. So maybe the thing that would have helped them is if they held off on Spiderman announcement waited until the were like a ton of other characters where then it fell additive rather than this major highlight as part of the news cycle because it's definitely a totally different interpretation before you've been able to actually see where they put. Their money put putting putting their money where their mouth is and actually revealing a bunch of other characters to it may have been a little premature just for the marketing aspect of it. Or actually come up with other exclusive characters in wait wait for that. Right like going. Absolutely. Just. Just figure out what what xbox players get. But to justice point earlier about you know feeling like we're coming off of this basically like console war kind of a culture we ran a poll recently in association with next Gen Console Watch around console wars and I was so surprised and delighted to see that most people were like absolutely not like. This is where agnostic like we're not. We're not trying to side with one or the other although. The second most voted option was Sony. So. Maybe, a situation where like nobody nobody claims to be a hipster and yet hipsters are a thing that exists. Exists. So people want to say like, oh I'm not like a console wars zealot but I only played playstation games and take my money for everything. Playstation is that you're the theories. Comments, it'd. Be Mean to people. Like I'm not I'm not a fan boy, but I jin is clearly biased against xbox. That's a fair point. Ruined my hopes and dreams. Now that was a really interesting four is all internal. You'll be kept on looking at it and being like Oh. This is really interesting because it's just reflects a different reality than the loudest people that are talking about this topic, right but we all know that happens I just like it's just confirmation that that's true for a lot of other things out there. When I was a kid like shit talking the other councils was fun that was part of the experience of like being a Gamer and being online and like I didn't necessarily believe that in my heart though it's like being a sports fan, it's just rooting for your team that was like part of the experience of being online was like their exclusive turned out bad. Then you put one over on your friends and be mean to him about it. Yeah and like I was I was always intendo kid growing up. And Always A. Smack on on on Sega Genesis, but I was always like secretly very curious about the games that they had. I went over I went over to a friend's house. Ahead of Genesis I was like Oh can we play? We play some? Shihabi. Yeah. What about splatter house? Spider how started on turbo? Graphics Sixteen Graphics? You own a triple graphics, right? I did I sure did. Okay. You may have seen dear viewers and listeners. You may have seen a testing, a video commenting feature on gene called JAPA- underneath articles. It's just instead of typing your comment you guys she'd take a little video of yourself. Capped, forty five seconds long and so I put out a call. I put out a beacon for listeners over in the facebook group of people asking for responses to this topic we're talking about right now and the beacon. Taio, roll that beautiful yet footage. Everyone my name is Mike Style but I'm from long. Island and I am super excited to see Spiderman in the adventures even if he trapped on the PS four, I, understand that Sony and Spiderman have this kind of relationship with a don't always let him play with everyone else. But as a spider man Fan and has a marvel comics, Fan some of spider man's best moments when he has to step up in proved to everyone that he's worthy of the title Avenger as seen in vendors versus X. When you really read that my one concern with this is that I'm so happy with how INSOMNIAC handled the character and handled the way he moves of just a little concerned that curiously dynamics might not do it as well but I'm optimistic. Let's see this happen. Yeah that's his last point is actually interesting. Because of a brand of final previews just came out for marvels of injuries including one from ICS from our own Mark Medina and none of the previews that I saw were particularly glowing about the game. Feeling of sameness across some of the characters because. There's a heavy attack ultimately there's a light attack obviously everybody has differences in what those actual powers abilities are for each. So who knows if spider-man you know maybe that's the the tagline it's like Spiderman exclusive on ps four but does it really matter anyway? He's still has a heavy attack in a light attack. Yeah I mean I think people are finding some of that negatively you know and I'm I'm actually not massively jazzed on adventures either but I'll give it the benefit of the doubt because it's it's more RPG like than I think people are expecting. This is not an action game with stats like this is a role playing game like an action role playing game that is very stats based and numbers based, and so I don't I think people are going to have to adjust to the fact that it's not an action game where you're zipping all around countering foes like that manner spiderman style. If they put a punisher in the xbox version would you go for that? I'm taking a wait and see approach on the the game as a whole. So punisher wouldn't upsell you. Know I. This game is not doing nothing I've seen about this game makes me think it's going to be a daime game okay. Well I'm waiting for the reviews on this one seeing that. I was reading some of the comments speaking of that being about comments from from our readers I was reading one of the comments in our news story and someone said that they were exactly that I was already on the fence about this game anyway and I don't Wanna contribute to these practices. So this is the thing that's pushing me over to actually not the game and I thought that was a very. Interesting take to begin with people are especially based on our traffic clearly interested in the game, but I think they've yet to be it's yet to be proven to them that the quality of the game. So if they're on the fence and this is the kind of thing that's like, oh, maybe the whole ecosystem is going to feel kind of unequal between the two platforms. So maybe I don't want to partake anyway. Yeah. All Right? Yup US good. Gamecube Hyphen Canada what do I think about? Spiderman exclusively on playstation in the new vendors game across the board I don't think it's a fair because we're all paying same price in only Sony players are going to enjoy that character I do think most negative feedback should be pushed towards crystal dynamics because ultimately they made the decision to alienate a pretty big player base for Little Chetta. Hate on Sony I don't get it. You know Sony their formulas create exclusive content exclusive games trying to make my gaming experience better. I love it. Anyway that's what I think school. Nice. Can our Canadian has spiderman poster back. there. Yeah, I would say a tiny asterix there's it's probably squaring the publisher more. So than crystal, dynamics a developer, but you know like, yeah, I agree with the sentiment of like. Sony and Xbox are always trying to find any kind of angle that they can and then it's up to the developers and publishers like. Engaged with that in a way that Either makes your players feel good or not. Yeah. To play devil's advocate to that you know they're creating a value system Sony meaning an Xbox when they're negotiating these kinds of exclusives they're creating a value system contingent on those exclusives. So they're also contributing in perpetuating that that model. And it's hard to imagine I'm not a developer in charge of been studio but I imagine you know if if I if I, were would be difficult to turn away opportunities to get the kind of amplification that you get by partnering with Sony like that must be so appealing. So you have to think about like you know money coming in money going out obviously but there's there's got to be such an appeal to it and given that that that's kind of how the business is running like you're participating in things that people that are or companies are bigger than you are setting the standards for essentially yeah. I just wanted to get into the blame game here playing There's only one person to blame in this and that spider man himself because Spiderman is a menace much better. Spider. Your friendly neighborhood vigilante let the police do their job get out of the way Spiderman, and also who knows who? Maybe spider-man's just an evil person that's out to actually. Commit the crimes and the look like he solving the crimes. That Spiderman. s from the conspiracy theory. Scoop from friend from Long Island as he mentioned Spiderman, he's prove himself. He can be part of the avengers two. So this is this is his opportunity he's got. He's got a whole business world. He's deal the. The offenders are medicine don't get me started. All. Right. We're running on time but tile play us our last root. Beer Yapper. Guys Dangling from Idaho Falls Idaho, love the show to me I. think there's just a sad situation to marvel has always been about inclusion and diversity. And I think. It's just kind of sad that now they're the. Conversation piece all about exclusivity and tribalism with the console wars says really sad for me to see marvel in this position on I think it goes against what they stand for and. I hope it. Gets. Sorted out. Somehow I know businesses business. So. I don't know we'll see. Point about. Blame. Marvel. Is the real culprit I think Their. Children. And businesses. Spiderman is an exclusive was too good to big like. Ice Man. So yeah. But Spiderman is a big. It's too much like like he's he's the. Biggest. I would say biggest marvel character on earth the biggest one. He's definitely up there too much to lock behind a single you know a single console. Okay, let's move on a to a game that I missed the first time around Hickman three, I'm getting a second chance to dive into that one pin three deluxe has been announced for to switch coming October thirtieth. Sam Justin either you actually Played Ping three for summer. Oh? Yeah. Great to good one I played the first two on Gamecube. It's it's the best one indisputable in my opinion. They say. System, which is really stressful, which is like each day. Like thirty days in another big men to like get everything done and like if you're not like the you know basically you have to start the game over and try to do it. I never liked those time constraint things. So three doesn't have that which is nice. But you know what it won't have. Is I mean I don't know maybe it will. But I was a I haven't been three. So actually watching our review for it just to get a sense of what I thought at the time. And apparently, there's like a first person view because on the we use. So you could use that like hand-held part of it than handle screen and you do this weird like first person view where you just get a full blown shot of like their little little blue faces and giant big is and it's just like you. I don't remember that at all. It's like he's like. detail. Close to talk really goofy. There's there's pittman southeast that came out of that basically. Looking. Yeah Can you give me a scare when you said, you wash the review for pigment three. I thought you were GONNA say that I reviewed it. Well. It was actually but. It wouldn't surprise me that was used. What did I. GET TO THE GAME Just kidding have haven't forgotten about reviewing again. Yeah I'm excited to play that. It's I'm bummed out that it's sixty bucks feels. Reasonable for a we you port and like you know people pointed out that this new Super Mario Brothers you you know they also put it over but like That was a couple of years ago right now, two more years have gone by into, bring over there adding a co-op to the whole campaign and they're adding all the DLC. So you know it's sort of earning its deluxe title I guess but like side quests they're adding in with all Lamar and. Was the lead character Louis. Yeah Louis but I think that's the original games deal CLC says just putting that on. Okay. Yeah. So I, you know I'm torn between it's the best picked game. It's a perfect fit for the switch. So like I'm excited I'm glad that it's coming back and you know trying to sell a million copies now right? Like it's going to get the second chance at life but It's a it's a little greedy on Nintendo's part. Do not think it should be a sixty dollar release. Review. Go ahead. I on Kansas Review she had pointed out that. that. The point controls actually really good on the we you for this game you got you know I remember that I remember being good. I, think I played the whole game corner controls but specifically, the analog controls were problem and I think they re did all of that because they weren't they weren't before you play pick on one and two like fully on Gamecube controllers or whatever, and they'll be totally fine. Right. So I'm interested to see like how they fixed that because I'm sure this will be the perfect hand-held arch game. It's just like it. That's what this game was paid for I'm so excited. I really like this comment on our article from user, Gamer by proxy and his Communist closed because he's making a joke he said I'm so glad Nintendo was porting over all these games I skipped you because it didn't have any games. As, a little bit of a logical. They still don't have. You can't play Nintendo party on. Your life did land that's called. An or game and warrior was at the warrior game that was on we you. There are some. Look. You still have this. Game. We use still has s remix. Yeah. Oh Yeah. Three DS elite got one for that. Yeah. Perfect in. Washington say perfect 'cause I reviewed it I don't think i. gave it a an eleven. Eleven. It. Actually. Sticking with. What's that? I was GONNA say one other quick thing about pigment. It's kind of sad the Nintendo announcements like either leaks or tweet announcements like if this were a normal year, all of this stuff probably would have been delightfully revealed through like a press conference or direct during during a three instead now, there hasn't been that replacement at all. We have not got the big someone. Yeah. A. Came forced people into the stuff so much more than this kind of lax summer and of course, world events that make things hard actually produce, but it is weird to not get these big kind of press dumps from everybody. I kind don't know why pigments not coming out now why is it months from now three months or? I guess because animal crossing selling find still. Yeah. Those sales numbers speaking of men into know announced just some insane financial results recently animal crossing new. Horizons has sold twenty two million copies in the three months since its launch that means it's outsold every single playstation for exclusive in three months. The best feeling is for exclusive uncharted for with sixteen million units and it's outsold Zelda breath of the wild. Mario Odyssey by like. Almost, four million copies. It's your second bestselling game on the entire switch following Mario Kart, which makes it the best selling original switch game. And it's not true. Yeah. Well. Yeah I didn't I didn't contribute to those sales. observed. had a cultural moment, right? Like it was the exact right game for the exact right time. But. The, even saying that I dislike that people that that's what they up the game success twos like against excellent like it's so well done in such a clever take on the formula that even if we weren't all stuck comedy pandemic. that. would be you know maybe not a twenty, two million seller, but like it's still would have been a massive massive hit for Nintendo it do really well on playstation with Spiderman in it. Also announced there. I mean it was. It was fine. It was fine. But without really a belly laugh deserving gag. Well, I've asked you to play a little guitar tune after I tell the joke and you still refusing oh man. Even. She's at my deciding whether or not she wanted to jump up in my lap for. Awhile. Now she's. Actually got a good cat cam there. Cam. Nintendo also announced a prophet. Increase Year over year by five hundred, seventy, six percent. That's insane. I think it was their most profitable quarter ever in the history of Nintendo insane. And the switch is at the time this financial is released it was just behind. what the SNES has being the second best selling Nintendo. The eighty s being the second best selling console of all time. But no, you're forgetting about the we know. He's third. Third third best but. It is just about neck and neck with the essence sales, but it's surpassed it by now is the point I was going to cause those financials are from. The quarter. Four or five weeks ago. So as of now, the switches, the second best selling Nintendo console of all time. and has has a chance of catching the we I think I mean the switch is only three years old. So yeah. I thought that feature on that. GotTa. So we with one of the staff came out of that which sounded surprising at first. But the now Mike I'm actually surprised that it's low is that over fifty percent of the intendo switches that were purchased a this year since animal crossing came out have had have. Had An animal crossing installed or purchased for them and that's GonNa Solo like why? Why get a switch this year if you weren't playing animal crossing but did you get attacked? Little bit a little bit. I didn't hear it though there was no audio component to that attack. Drought Like I saw a full to flop and dropped their great. She's she's still here. Oh, my goodness out to. Balaguer, who what are they buying switches for this year if they're not buying? mccrory I thought it was surprised that but. Also I think Mario Kart is still the best selling game on switch right? Yep Yep or card eight deluxe. got a few years on on on an awesome. Yep True. Emily. Emily. Crossing could surpass that. Oh for sure. Yeah, it totally will. Go on to be one of the bestselling games ever made. It's unbelievable. And you, I'm not GonNa make Spiderman show again because. That's actually interesting. I wonder where it is currently on list of bestselling. Games. Mario Kart that you. Crossing, but I don't think twenty two quite puts it. In greatest of all time stratosphere yet did like it. There didn't like cross platform like General Adventure Games like essence create used to hit like fifteen, twenty, million regularly. The I in my mind, the mark of like a mega hit is like ten million was. Which is why I'm so jaw dropped when like Nintendo has multiple multiple switch games over twenty now and like even split into a ten million. Yeah I remember this datsuns platoon. Crazy. Twenty two millions they'll put right above. Super Mario. World. A couple of decades to to get those numbers up. Yeah and just it's like one hundred units one hundred thousand units below Pokemon Ruby Sapphire Emerald. Okay. which is from what two thousand two is grand theft auto or minecraft at the top of that list nine crash gotta be right. It's Microsoft craft. Or they. Think they. May Two hundred, million sales of my. New eight-year-olds every year man that Games never gonNA stop selling. Okay let's check in with the listeners. Hey. Listen remember you can always reach us at the email address games give an agenda Com. Just like Tony Style. Are you glad we didn't ruin this joke by not asking him out earlier. Well Yeah because I wasn't wearing it. I wasn't worrying until just now when you brought it up. So you it was like a full build up and I was making jokes about the hat before we even start recording. That's for the bonus episode just YEP specialist. We make jokes about the hat all day long everyday listeners. Yeah. There's a lot of that. Big Tony says how long can Microsoft and Sony Holdout on revealing the pricing for neck consoles were only a few months away at it seems like they are in a game of chicken on pricing who do you think I and how long do you think they could possibly wait before launch to reveal the price a mecca make sure they didn't reveal at one second. Good. It is getting nuts. Out Three, August not revealed. To, have some amount of an I imagine justin has more thoughts on this but they have to have some kind of runway time for pre orders. So it can't be the absolute last minute but it does feel like they're playing a game of chicken here. This is not a joke. Not a joke. We just put up a story that said PS five price is still a mystery that is right now. I guess because there is a state of play today. Yeah. Yeah. It was going to be ps four or not by focus big PS five announcements or something that what they said. There were some PS five games. But yeah, we're up to eighty PS five games on our total. Now eighty three what crazy. So a lot of games we could. We could just be three months away three months three months from now it's early November. It's been getting later. So I don't I don't remember the xbox One specifically, but I've vivid memory that ps four pre orders went up at three the three prior to been launched everyone in the office like period get them. But now, that's not been the case since then like what the switch Priori opened in January for a March launch that was it so and the xbox one x was the same pures went up around. Now Ish for you know in November launched for that Sorta Half Step Council. So I don't. Yeah. Like I don't know if that's like you know it's not enough to make a pattern, but it's definitely a little bit different now than it used to be, they seem a little bit less. Have a price and date to have priorities because there are clearly really important to. Manufacturers. They definitely have to have a price. I don't know if they would have to have a date probably. I don't care as much about day they care about price. So maybe we'll never know the released date. One day just shows up on your doorstep. Yeah. That'd be a surprise. Yeah. There are a lot of decisions in announcements that companies can control themselves like here's what I console looks like here's what I launch games are here's I control there but price and date, they cannot control themselves. The has to be done in close coordination with literally thousands and thousands of partners around the world with you know getting their retailer pages online and getting. Say. So I thought that's where you're going with. With the illuminated the templars. Exactly To be good guys. Are they yeah I think this Asan's are now the bad. That was like the twist in like. Three and a half. Almost, games, I don't remember that. Well the neck with risk things did they ever seen that great to you? With your fists. The fistfight with the pope. In every game should. Be. Fair GTA. asks why we don't have nice constantly states. Yeah. So I don't remember what point I was driving to accept that like it's really really touchy insensitive and it's not something that they can just cowboy and announce themselves like it has to be done and really close conjunction in coordination with many national partners. So like it just seems like sort of a nightmare like. There's no you just have to leap over the cliff like you can't. You can't half step it. So I don't know. Three out of four game scoop cats could be appearing on the show right now. Now. Why quit why can't four to sleep be okay. My cats another part of the house up in their stairs doors and stuff. He's he. He's not allowed down here I don't know why it would happen. I dated a girl in high school that that had a pet raccoon there could open doors. Wow. Yeah. Wow. That'd be creepy I wouldn't. Recognize Acute I. Don't like the idea of them coming into my bedroom at night. announced. I bet their feet steal a lot weirder than cats when they walk all over you at night probably clause you. Daming. Glowing is in the door cry like Oh no you. Thank you. I think I sorry I was going to get back to the actual question if we spoof. raccoons doors. I think I don't think they're playing a game of chicken I think xbox is playing chicken with Sony. I think xbox is refusing refusing to go first they're gonNA, four Sony to go I. I don't think Sony is like necessarily unwilling to go. I. Think Xbox is just working on Sony's timetable. I think I think the experts wants to price batch them and they're worried that they're going to be one hundred dollars more. So they want to do at Sony does that's my read on it. Yeah, that was my that's my wondering if they're going to be the same price, will we screwed? No. Strategy was about how they plan this until there's like a towel, all thirty years from. The council wars of. Yours to. You know I think it's almost as crazy as the fact that we don't. have. A release date of price action consoles is that it is August and this year's call of duty has not been revealed. I know we don't have launched games for these concepts crazy. It's getting they're gonNA put Spiderman and then as soon as they saw how it went down to the venture is just Getting out of there. Yeah. I. Guess. Okay I'm going to share my screen with you. As, promise this is going to be the August nineteen ninety issue of games and computer entertainment and look at this. What do we have your stream is still running can you see anything? Yes I see it. And hold them Jackson Yeah for moon-walker, COOL Okay the so. Yeah this is good. This is a magazine that covered both video games and computer games and it really sort of differentiated between the two. Beginning with an ad from Konami, stealing Catholic, and says, which would you rather face off against and I don't know I think I would pick the human person rather than the Lord of the Vampires. Things. The choices in immortal vampire or a man with soft armor on. That seems kind of easy for me. Enough money to run one egg we have two names. To ads I think both I would lose two. So yeah, probably that's probably maybe maybe the the death by vampire would be kind pleasant and then you would live forever. Yeah. That's true. Which would you rather be on your side I? Guess it's the same argument. Yeah. Like an fight. We one's going to be your friend and once in enemy. Okay. kind of another Kanani ad for a for teenage mutant Ninja Turtles. From. Ultra says, turn house into a sewer and I've got this nice I like the image of Rafael Coming I. Don't know why there's a sewer. This persons living room. Doesn't make any sense. There says Yo. Dude. Seconds out in fall the foot clan our first ultra cool adventure for Gameboy. But then this ads for the game. So Wrong copy they screw maybe a trying to throw that in there and it didn't. They didn't want to show the Gameboy version. Yeah I think he's saying, Oh, by the way, we have a game boy game to. Then noticed on the cardinals. Fail. Roughly. One. He's a cool one. Cool but rude. Full but route. So that's not like a funny joke or something that I just don't get because I don't understand turtles on the floor next to is castle blades of steel metal gear. That's cool. Are Those all. Ultra Games. I think. Nami? Yes. So they're they're totally blowing their cover their. Alter is supposed to be I fake cover up Konami. Reason. Six Games a year as a publisher and get the Nintendo seal quality and so so so companies like Canabis just like, okay. We're now also another label called ultra thin publish that anyway. Yeah. Yes. That's that'd be interesting if those would be kind of like an Easter egg and people wouldn't have known. Also. Known until the thirty year later. Tell all that's. Nine hundred ninety that cat was probably out of the bag. Maybe. And then we have a letter from the editor who is none other than Andy now. Yeah I an. Editor when we started former janitor. And this they were just about ready to launch some kind of Internet version of this magazine Andy Eddy Rights, what satisfies me more than issues sold please give my apologies to my boss is that we reach gamers with news and information as many ways as we can better yet, we're going to introduce some different ways through the conduits. High Technology has provided for Gamers. To reach each other and trade information ninety. The to these upcoming contacts is that they will be instantaneous. So hot stories can be immediately related to our readers. The method that has our intention is our own SAG or special interest group group on Delphi an online network that allows computer owners to send electronic mail post messages and chat in real time conferences among other things. Delphi is available worldwide and the world of video games as our group will be called lessee see dissemination of video game information take place at the snap of a finger. Wow, that's incredible. It says, here's a taste of what the world of video games will offer. Let's say there's a news flash on a new game or piece of hardware. We could post a notice in the news bit section of our file library for anyone to read right away. You. Describing the web site in nineteen ninety. And then you go all the way down to the last paragraph in order to give them feedback, you have to mail it into their. That, really hills. Kikkoman exhausting it used to be to say electric mail every time you talked about your email the house to be a shorter way to say that. This. Is An ad for Gameboy game called Hey Young Kyu alien, which I didn't this is just one of those games I remember seeing the. I never played. You have him. He's Apparently SAM has. The carpet Oh nice. I love you just have ready to go. Yeah I. Got a box copy of this. So this is this is you alien I got a bunch of weird box games. Like lease. Dexterity never heard of again revenge is the gator never that's I had that game and that's the pinball game. Really Yeah. But but this game, Hey, accu alien is on this great company. You know I know idea that Damon is GonNa. Show this. This is kind of amazing. MELDA. Of America, which is not the name of Alves Planet. That's Melanie. Mel. Back of America also made my favorite game today called nation, which is about a floating Zombie head yeah. is He fighting an alien while he's in its mouth I? Think this is probably a Japanese demon from like folklore. Japanese folklore. I think. Hey alien is a good candidate for having a for having had a different name. We're for its Western release probably I'm holding the western release and agent bother. Yeah It says it's apparently a classic video game from ten years ago, which would have been nineteen eighty at the time. Certainly. Don't see my screen. Okay. Male I love this one. This is a a letter. Says there are many places up here in Ontario selling special cartridges for the hold up to fifty two games. That was pretty ridiculous until I tried one of them a lot of the Games on cartridges but with around fifty them, you're not gonNA get bored too quickly they're called micro genius and retail for about one hundred dollars American could you please tell me how this works Yes. Somebody has stolen a bunch of games and put them on one one room and bypass the ability for people to sell you individual gains. Also, one way it works is that they say they would take I have a bunch of these they take a single game and like do like A. Like a swap of a sprite. So it's like Super Mario Brothers but your plan is like a toilet or something it's ridiculous. and. That's one of the Games of the fifty two in one. there. The magazines response is you have to be careful because Nintendo is cracking down multiple game cartridges. The aren't licensed by Nintendo and intended recently started taking legal action against companies manufacturing and selling them. This is a form of piracy F. The cartridge works were assuming since we haven't seen one that is simply a group of games combined onto a single cartridge with some sort of menu selection system. That's right. They have no idea what the talk they'd have any idea how yields really hard to find at the time like I was completely unaware of that like the biggest bootleg component for the s that ever came out. Was the game genie now as ubiquitous and people play the crap out of Nintendo hated it. You know and so but there's plenty of things like this called the Aladdin, which augmented your games game genie but was for better looking games. There's just all kinds of stuff that was the people tried out. Do you remember the kids get for Superintendent Nintendo especially, you could get a floppy disk reader and you would put floppy in you could rip games onto it and it was looking at the back of like bad boys magazine or whatever I made up the name of that magazine only only got boys. I WanNa read bad boys magazine bad boys. Life. Highlight gets. Another. Letter that I promise more talk about advertising, games someone from New York right in I read with great interest your column on advertisements creeping into video game cartridges is a trend that started with coke and Pepsi ads appearing on video cassettes beginning with paramount's nineteen, eighty-seven video release of top gun. The AD reflected the theme of the film entertained viewers and most notably reduced the price of the video. The end result was millions of video soul. Number of videos with ads followed Simpson, and in almost every case resulted any lower video price or a mail in rebate now as showing up in movie theaters, and though some of the advertisements claimed the ads, keep the ticket prices down. If continue to go up the movie, Gore gets nothing in return for viewing these ads on the big screen. So do ads for products such as Pepsi Belong in Video Games? But only if the company releasing the game reduces the price of the game, passing the savings on to the consumer as a result of the licensing fees this is the same reason why in my opinion software published by Nintendo, should be less than titles published by third party companies. Because it Nintendo's having to pay a licensing fee to publish games. Oh. Yeah. That's a good point. Yeah. I'm sure doesn't object to get making a big profit margin on their own games the the Games Games at the time on Nintendo. I can think of with great in game advertisements including united, which is entire advertisement for pizza but also teach me Ninja turtles to the Arcade Game Had Pizza Hut. Ads The background and you could get a coupon for Pizza Hut when you got again. Yeah. It's interesting to think of Gamers for the time being completely open to the idea of advertisers games and thinking they're actually GonNa make their games cheaper Well, we do have streaming services and stuff that ad that's put ads in things now and make. Cheaper like that's a a there's a reality that it's not happening with games God it actually it is happening games. Of course, it's mogens. All these mobile games you get for free because advertisements on. That's true. That's a good point. This is an add to the sequel to go go go go thirteen on es but the ad is completely. Unclear. Says an encore performance and then in smaller Texas Gogo Thirteen is back in the MOFFAT conspiracy top secret episode knocked the wind out of you this will blow you away Entirely. Clear. What the name of the game is that they're advertising here. Yeah. The MOFFAT conspiracies the name of the yeah. Which I didn't know is a sequel to google thirteen. Why made this Ad. The A. Burying the lead here I guess I gotTa tell you that was one of those games where I rented it and was extremely disappointed for a whole weekend. Yeah. That was that was with WHO framed Roger Rabbit off. Game. Boy. In. Their news bits, they have an update on the FBI NABS game pirate. Fascinating for nineteen, ninety, a recent FBI. Led to the capture and conviction of Frank Kerr cheifs ski of Wayne Michigan on mail fraud charges for selling copies of computer software fraud. We're Jesse was sentenced to eleven months in prison for operating a mail order business hand over fist enterprises the company made and sold company made and sold copies of software documentation. The FBI sees over twenty five hundred pirated discs along with computers and copyrighted instruction manuals valued at over two hundred, fifty, thousand dollars. Steal, whatever you want. But you can't send it in the mail processing mourners or else get arrested no drug dealer. You GotTa Pay Your taxes or they'll get. Their reviewed a nightmare on ELM street on es they give an overall seven things. Pretty Generous. Topgun to give that an overall seven. And what's interesting is you know in this full page view not once they mentioned how difficult it was to land on the aircraft carrier in the original game, and that's like everyone's entire frame of reference for the Game Top gun today. Also this weird at the end of their reviews, they put the address of the company. So at the end of. The street review is the address LG eljay, and toys at the end of top gun review is the address for Konami. If we did that people would be less likely to be like you know you idiots to our us and our writers and what did just go straight to the source? Hey, wait go back to the Kinami one. the area that's not even a one eight, hundred number that's just a phone number. Is therefore number. Yeah. Ask Your parents. It's funny that cannot be was in Buffalo Grove Illinois. What offices that? It's an ad for river city ransom, which is surprising to me because I think that is being an earlier game, the nineteen ninety. Oh yes. Definitely. Ninety game these kids remember there's also intend world championship badge that picture. Yeah that's really cool. The. This they have a player's guy to new which Zelda like on turbo graphic sixteen but I like their warning here Sam I. Think you'll appreciate this warning. If you're already a new Tokyo owner, we suggest you play it prior to reading the information presented here studying are maps prematurely may decrease your enjoyment of the game. However, if you have yet to purchase new TOPA, it should be safe to browse through this article in order to decide if the game something you'd enjoy it's unlikely. Like you'll remember many of the clueless once you start to play. And they had to find an audience because they're trying to save I anybody who yeah. That's really silly. That's great. There's a whole feature. Electronic Arts takes on the video game market video game market yeah yeah. So of course, in one, thousand, nine, hundred. Electron, cards had been making computer games for years. So it's essentially saying that they make this clear distinction between computer games and video games. In this magazine. It's just yeah it's it's a distinction made on the cover of the magazine. One of the Games. One of the as I video games is apparently skater die to the search for double trouble. I didn't know the whole premise was that you'd run over the mayor's dog. Show that's what it says. Are you the heroes know you're just like Mattis, Spiderman terrorizing the city. The, that game has a really good half pipe and that's very fun and a great soundtrack. They have a yea or nay section in this magazine where they just say you know whether this thing is great or not. So the first day is we were anxious when he heard there was an ns compatible in the works but now it looks as though we may never see it what would be an NS compatible I think it's just like a system that's cheaper than the NASD you can play any games on like when the like knockoff yeah. Win The copyrights trademarks expired in two thousand and you could just go to like any game stop and get a knock off any s There's the that says have you noticed that many of the new crop of games look better will cartridges like son's House Batman and Nintendo Zone Super Mario Brothers. Three benefit from a new chip called the M. C.. Three word reaches us from the Grapevine that Intendo has developed MC five and intimacy six ships, which also improved graphics on the ESPN to the future but is this good news unfortunately, it is likely that any games utilizing this technology will also sport a price over fifty dollars. We approach this subject cautiously as firm facts in Nintendo land hard to dig up. As long as they balance it out with a bunch of ads for pizza places everything John. There's a whole, a walk-through for one of my favorite games of all time shadow gates and I think they actually show every screen. That's a great map. Yeah. I think they they all the screens in a map. They think they show every screen in the game to and including the very final boss and the game over the congratulations you've won the game screen. You don't play they put that skull on every page to. Look at. An ad for faces trysts three. So this is like the next tetris serious they're calling it faces Dutta that trips three. So, you've mastered Tetris and well. The new shells from the Soviet Union, faces trysts three. I know. They're trying to make that thing like the logo there. into the Soviet Brandon Dr to Yeah Yeah for sure. This is so cute and adorable. An ad for May play by mail games, thousands of players nationwide are waiting for you to join them right today for free rules and set up any of these three great play by mail games says all the all games feature written turn reports mail to your door every two weeks. multiplayer action for hours of absorbing entertainment each week me new friends across the US. We provide the Games opponents. The Fun is yours to enjoy. That sounds so cool. It's crazy. Yeah the Internet ruined that yeah. Exactly. The game doctor, this is also adorable someone wrote in. Double. Dragon to from my IBM, it is a good game overall. I have only one question. Is there a way to continue the game has a real pain to get far into it then die and have to start all over again I hope you'll be able to help me. This poor guy owns the game already. He had to write into this magazine. Wait months to get an answer. What does he think there is like a button code that continues. But there is a Mario there absolutely is in Mara One. What would that be you hold down? Don't you? Select when you start the game and then you start at the world you died on or something like that. Did during. that. I have no idea. This is also a great question. Says I'd like to pose a question that is probably in the minds of many gamers who reveal games and computer entertainment. Your magazine seems to have reviews, screen shots of games months before they are out in stores how do you get your hands on these games? Do you get them from the manufacturers or other sources I was wondering if you could give me the names, addresses and phone numbers of horses so I could get in touch with them. I am particularly interested in advance copies of Genesis in Turbo Graphics Sixteen Games. Oh. Sure here's here's addresses. seriously. Be Nice if you could just ask for that kind of thing and get it immediately. Heard what will hand clear on the concept of journalism magazines, technology dates like you have to come up with that question? So we by the way, I just looked it up in Mario one. If you hold down a and press start when the game ends, you continue from the world do you died on? Nice. Coup. Finally they have a inside scoop gaming. Feature. So maybe we actually Oh this magazine money for the Gamecube name all these years. Now, they're talking about how CD's are going to be the next revolution in computer gaming. Accurate. Predictions came true in this issue and that was the nine hundred ninety issue of computer games and video games and computer entertainment. which brings us to video game. Twenty questions suggested comes from Connor from Bethlehem Pennsylvania. Let's the questioning begin. I just WANNA say by the way I stopped by the office and I got to get pick up my copper sphere. It makes me happy. Little. Boy. I really liked I liked legitimately missed it. I've done so much good thinking with this thing between my hands this week. Sorry we can start twenty. Music now. This come out before January first two thousand. No. So probably wasn't in that issue of video games and whatever unlikely. Thank you. What's up Tina is on current generation consoles. It is not. So some. PC excessive. Yeah well, Diaby Crappy Is. Is Is multiplayer the focus of this game. Is, that the Right Way Dance Asa Okay Multiplayer is a big component if we call it the focus, but it's a, it's a big component of the game. Okay. When this game was released was console exclusive. Yes Okay. All right and shooter. Is Shooter. No, that's five. was this a Is this a playstation game. No. Was this. Game. Was Game exclusive to the Nintendo we. Know. Well I you know it's not on current Gen. it's not a playstation game. If it's a shooter, which it's not I assumed that would be xbox like I. Don't think Xbox has too many. multiplayer focused games at aren't shooters that's where my head was at. This game have equals. No While weird. One off multiplayer console exclusive platform existing. That's pretty strange. Was this in Japan. Yes. We need another council we know it's a conflict exclusive. It's not on the we and it's not on playstation are any I M my questions about any playstation consoles, but we could be stolen intendo console could be on a different intendo council or obviously an xbox console was scared. Yes. Yeah was this game exclusive to an xbox console? No that's ten. Do you WANNA ask an anthill. Another console. Yeah Was a handheld game. Yes Yes Yeah Yeah I'll the. With a multiplayer innocence on it Mario Kart. SEQUELS, Brayden training that has a sequel in ten dogs sequel. Boo and it was made Japan. Was this game made by Nintendo? No. K. Maybe. Second made a lot of the Games. Three S Games is this a DS game yes. Okay. Boy. What could it be so? Pretty unusual in the. Well, I mean an a local thing. Yeah. Was this game really put an emphasis on local multi-player? Well I. Don't think online existed for the DS THE DS at all. Yeah. Mario Kart wasn't playable online or is that three d.? S.. Now know I, think Mario Kart. Yes. Was Online, right? Yeah. So maybe it doesn't know the answer to this. I. Think. This would have only been local multiplayer. Okay. Crystal. Chronicles type thing screen game? Yeah well. I don't know. Man That was like my air. That was when I first started working in this business for a website that did like only handheld games and yet I'm having trouble here. How many questions we have left? Six, five and guess. Teeter having trouble hearing you. Have, just simply burn through. is it developers still in business? Yes that's fifteen. sequels. No sequels thing is really weird too 'cause. Well. Could it be racing? Yeah I was thinking of going the route of Dewey play human. Yeah. We know it wasn't a we know it wasn't a shooter. Why do we know that? 'cause we asked. We asked that. Do Human one that'll help you play the in. Unclear. Oh Maybe, you're in a vehicle no because you'd be. Vehicle do you play any of? Is this a vehicle based game? Okay Maybe wear a suit. Non Humans can pilot vehicles. Yeah. But how often does that happen? Star Fox. Only Star Fox. There's a I think like. Eliminating vehicles eliminates racing. I guess this could be a puzzle game like could it be media oh? Yeah. I was just GonNa just gonNA guess that but there was a sequel to media's but maybe Damon doesn't know that Disney media's Disney Medias and that was diaz game. Is this a puzzle game? Yes. Do we have, any more questions. You know. That's really good. So it's it's multiplayer. It's you know heavily not only multiplayer, but like a multiple tetris. Yes. Yeah. But that I mean, do you count that a sequel? Unless the issue, right like you would have to be called. Tetris to risks seven. Yeah. Risk seven is Tetris Diaz. tetris was very much online too I played a lot of interest. Yes. Online at certain Disney tetris also. I think there was. So does this is there a way to narrow down like blocks versus? Cubes versus. I mean everything. Right what? Controls they all had a yeah I mean I guess that's like every game was like really good about having tetris like. I don't recall. Definitely was, should we save like definitely stylus based? Yeah. Is this a a absolutely unequivocally style space game? Yes. Okay. It's media's I. Think it's probably media's who who publish media. The the. The electoral plankton or something weird. Looked at. And I love that era. It might not be media so I don't know what this game this be I absolutely think it's media, but I'm trying to think of a smart way to narrow it down. A question I guess you could ask me if I've if I was aware of Disney. I think it's probably okay okay. We could ask this game start with the letter M.. Burn. Is this media. Yes IT IS MEDIA Should ask me I was aware question remaining is. Yeah. I've never heard of dizzy media's Disney version. Well, scoop media's medias was breaking up a game where you slid rows and columns stylus to try to match them up and eliminate lions. But the problem with that game was eventually gamers figured out that you could just frantically rubbed the silence all over the screen and you would just win. It was completely broken Mike. You'd have to like you ideal is systematically find things to eliminate from like a big pile, and if you click the wrong thing, nothing really happened. So all you need to do is just hit everything at once and then it just gets all the things that yeah yeah. It was developed by q entertainment, which is better known for luminous. Never guessed that it was published by Nintendo. Why didn't we ask that it's insane yesterday was developed by refers made into wouldn't have remember that that was published by Nintendo. So I'm glad we weren't. Played a lie played a lot of media aunt luminous and what's interesting is they're both exclusive and Q. Limits was on PSP and then mediocre. The their DS exclusive, puzzle. Game. Luminous had spiderman in it so most. I think they both came to Xbox live arcade actually. No. Luminous. Did I. Don't know that. Meteo stood luminous came to switch. and luminous. Was You know? I would say the greatest puzzle game ever made in like that style that sort of standard tetris style puzzle game I. Yeah Falling Block puzzle game. Good overshadowed media a little bit. But they're good memories of that game. I'm really happy to tell. Me To. Think. Go ahead I just want to dig out like I still have all my games I want to dig up videos now yeah. Turns out I have a bunch of terrible gambling games here to start digging through. You're you'RE GONNA. Have you ever seen this before? Packaged controllers. Tartas. Cool. It's so pretty. I have about. About seven of them so Take Kid. What are you by chested? You're interested in the week controller. How did you come into all this stuff saying? Oh, you know I can't keep expecting expecting to keep track of all my wheelings and dealings. Okay. All right. I go to a a swap meets and stuff I haven't done recently but this is from a friend supply. There's two, thirty, x thirty, two in this box you don't. Sixty. Scoops I have had is all the groups that we have here this week. If you have any questions or video game, twenty questions, suggestions, send them to me at game scoop at Aegean Dot Com. Thank you Justin. Thank you. Thank you SAM. My name is Damon this Xijun game soup.

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Kim Goldman on Confronting OJ Simpson

The First Degree

1:04:31 hr | 1 year ago

Kim Goldman on Confronting OJ Simpson

"Thank you for listening to this podcast one production available on apple podcasts and podcast one when it comes to the safety of your own home home what does real protection mean to you you can get all the latest innovation and smart home security from a._d._t. Combined with twenty four seven monitoring from the most trusted name in home security a._d._t. Has a team of professionals designing and installing a secure smart home just for you and they have of eighteen thousand employees safeguarding you with connection to first responders and you can get the nation's number one smart home security provider with a._d._t. You can you have a smart secure home with everything from video doorbells indoor and outdoor cameras smart locks and lights all controlled from the a._d._t. App or the sound of your invoice and you can have professionally monitored carbon monoxide and smoke detectors so you can feel safe and sound in the comfort of your own home and that's a system. That's custom some designed to fit your home so if you want safety on the go in the car when your kids are at school you can get it all at the a._d._t. Go up s._o._s. buttons. It's brought to you back a d. T. s. degree. I the first degree degree and i think you know for people that are so quick to tommy to get over it. How how mike i'm looking at him like the u. Slip mcgruther throat like i don't know how to put that in its place. He was imprisoned and easier but now he has full access. You know l. that's hard to it's hard to escape that welcome to the first degree that true crime podcast that you might end up on my name is jack vanak. I'm sitting across from alexis linkletter and next to billy johnson who has a fancy little watch. Today billy looks good today. Maybe it's because it's we're actually recording this and the data atheist and sun valley. We usually see billy and his like vampire. Sell the darkness lurking around melting right. Now i now at is quite hot. But what day is it billy. It's happy national poets day are there any others isn't doing anything. It was like national senior citizens edison's day. You know what's better than poets because you don't love. Our seniors. Belly loves the poem. I don't love the l. Power just playing devil's advocate advocate without but i was voted class poet in high school <hes> i know you've talked about it before yes but last week my first book went and stores and while it definitely has a very goth poetic title chase darkness with me inside it's about me solving murders instead of writing goth poetry and of course. I had to thank you ladies. These and i would like to give you the i would. I think alexis you should read it more than than billy. Ask what i did. Introduce you to billy jackley rude so let's see to alexis linkletter for helping me sore in jack advantage for keeping me grounded. That's right always here to knock you back. That's right my geology of bringing back down. I relate to you guys so thank you. We love you more those very sweet. It did not have to thank me but i'm glad you did. No i think you should should think honestly if i didn't think alexis i know it. Would i would of heard for it not that not that that's the reason why did it but yeah alexis would be giving you shit forever if he didn't think or a very emotional person i would have woken up with a horse head. Absolutely we what god if reference and i give night dessert i give back. Yes exactly all right well. That's enough of that so let's turn on the lights. Let's turn your anxiety because this could be in in the answering machine of ron goldman june twelfth nineteen ninety-four ron ron ron ron and bonehead. It's almost ten from debating. If i'm just gonna drive over to your house or not want to get moving here probably at about ten fifteen. He minutes calling iran. What's up derek twenty after ten wake up around you. What are you doing all right. I'm gonna finish fish watching the show and i'll probably get over later ron where are you. There's eleven call me as soon as you get up thinking we'll start heading over there in a little bit all right later hey ron. This is stuart. It's about ten forty five. I just those curious. If you wanted to come to work today so talk to you later bye iran it's patty. I know your work so leave a message and it's twelve and i know it's probably really busy. I don't want to come visit that would be great paying spy tehrani steve. I don't know if you're looking at what's going on. Today was a coincidence oversaw obviously run ron. This is jeffrey. If you're dead men you'll hear from above i love. I just heard on the news right. Now i think cross and i'm hoping it's not you run around town like fast wildfire trying to get a hold of your parents. Love you man take hey ron. Dot com hope you're doing well because i was just watch the news and they said they found they found somebody dead named ron goldman over brentwood on bundy. I'm just like fuck. That's how you feel calling back. Let me know you're okay so we're still doing well. You run. It's trash. I was just calling you back and i wanted to see if you're okay okay bye heireann. This is is kelly <hes> pity call me. We heard something on the news and i just wanna make sure it's not you call me by as soon as possible anytime tonight. Okay okay by ron. This is kimberly. It's monday night. I haven't talked to you in a while. Heather burr just called me and said something happen to you. There's something didn't happen to you. Call me back. I need to talk to you by just wanted to hear your voice from wartime. I'll for him in terms of what you just heard. We got our hands on the transcripts of messages left on the answering machine of ron goldman on june twelfth nineteen ninety-four which was the day of his murder. Those were not the real messages left by his loved. Ones as those were not available also we had them recreated by friends and family of ours who are willing to do that for us to try to paint a picture of the sense of urgency felts on that day in how things moved from concern to panic to horror. We are discussing the o._j. Case today but unlike other other times the story has been told. We're focusing on this episode on ronald goldman. He's been referred to as the forgotten victim many times in association with this case and we really wanted to educate everybody who thinks they know everything about the o._j. Simpson case a little bit more about ron goldman and his experience on june twelfth nineteen ninety four. It was a sunday in los angeles. The gay pride parade was happening along santa monica a couple of art in west hollywood in the third game of the n._b._a. Finals was on t._v. People were heading to the feeders to watch counter reeves and sandra bullock alec deal with a bomb on a bus in the movie speed but a little after ten pm on a quiet street in the l._a. Suburb of brentwood to people bill would be murdered. What happened that night. In los angeles would become one of the most talked about crimes in the history of not only the united states but the world the first degree exists because we wanted to tell stories of crime through the eyes of someone who was one degree away from the murder and our guest today. It's quite possibly the most recognizable. I agree history. She has kim goldman sister of ron goldman. They're more crime shows and podcasts than ever before but if you do search for the names ron goldman and co brown on the podcasts up surprisingly nothing really comes up and we understand why people think that they've seen it all they've they've heard it all and the investigation into the murders of ron goldman and nicole brown are probably one of the most analyzed crime in american history after the kennedy assassination so what is new that you've never heard before even if you're an expert on the o. J. simpson case is really a deep dive into kim goldman's perspective. She has a new podcast called confronting o._j. In which she essentially is talking to everybody involved in the case and interviewing them like what went wrong. How how did this return inoculate verdict in sort of piecing together picking things apart and interviewing the people who were directly involved in not just that outcome because that we learned is kind of something that was beyond on anyone's control but we are looking at a process that kim is going through and you can follow along with her honor podcast and it's just been incredible and there is a lot of evidence from the crime scene that wasn't presented in the trial in this episode we are we're going to focus on the crime itself in chronological order including all of the evidence that has come to light over the last twenty five years in addition to that getting into the experience silence of kim who the goldmans weren't connected to o._j. This was a complete imagine hearing the news of o._j. Simpson and my brother what yeah <hes> like. The browns nicole is married to o._j. This was just like a cosmic shuffling of the deck like i always say in just the shock and horror of having your family implicated in this unwillingly has baffles me to this day so it is going to be a completely new perspective on this case in the last thing i'll say before we get started is that we're operating under the assumption that you have at least a cursory understanding of the case. You know what the outcome was. In in the trial. You know the impact it had you know that he's guilty even though he was acquitted so i say this because there's no possible way to go over every nook nuking cranny of this investigation of this case of the emotional and pub culture toll it had on the world so that being said we're we're ready to go and please don't crucify if we miss anything. There's just no way to get it in an hour even to okay. Are you ready for your next. Benjamin show i've got it for you and it's called carnival row so carnival row is a one hour fantasy drama series starring orlando bloom and caridad levin gene. The series is set in a victorian fantasy world filled with mythological creatures whose exotic homelands were invaded by the empires of man they struggle to coexist with humans are forbidden to live love or fly with freedom. Orlando bloom plays it right kroft phyllis straight and he's a police inspector. Who's investigating a string of a gruesome murders. Threatening the uneasy peace of the row cara delevingne plays at vignettes stone moss a ferry refugee who flees her wartorn homeland come to burg where she must contend not only with rampant human prejudice against her kind but with the secrets that have followed her to the new land but even in darkness darkness hope lives and this human detective and ferry rekindled their dangerous affair despite increasingly intolerant society come together on august thirtieth to watch carnival leroux only on amazon prime video this labor day weekend so here we go the morning of june twelfth nineteen ninety four ron wakes up brentwood apartment at sixteen sixty three core avenue in brentwood he gets dressed and goes to barrington field just south of sunset boulevard play play softball with his friends the game ends and he heads back to his brentwood apartment and gets dressed for work four twenty five. He leaves his his apartment and walks the five minute track to mesolithic restaurant four thirty he clocks into a shift. It's six thirty during his shift ron runs into his friend nicole brown simpson. She's their kids and family to celebrate her daughter. Sydney's dance recital aside all they say a quick hello wrong. It's back to work. Nicole eats dinner and leaves nine thirty three wrong clocks out of work and starts his closing duties at meslin anna nine thirty seven the cole's mother judy brown calls mezzaluna to let them know that she left her glasses there during dinner nine forty-five nicole calls muzzle luna about the glasses speaks to ron who insists on dropping the glasses nicole's to save for the trip of picking them up ron ron hangs up with nicole takes the glasses and goes home to take a shower and change. He leaves his apartment and drives the six blocks to nicole's condominium. It's now just past ten ron walks up to the condo at eight seventy five five south bundy drive just a half mile from the muzzle in a restaurant. Nicole's condo sits in the center of three other condo's. They all have a small private courtyard right at the front end to enter each one of them from the front. You have to go through a gate now. What we're about to tell you is a mixture of the evidence that was presented at trial and the killer's confession that was presented in a manuscript for a book. It's iran walks past the other condos and arrives at eight seventy five. He goes up a short ten foot brick covered walkway way surrounded on both sides by lots of foliage and presumably rings the buzzer at the gate be let in enters through the gate in season a coal but before ron can give her the glasses a figure appears out of the darkness and ron recognizes the man anyone in the entire western world would have recognized ignites this man he's wearing a stocking cap and gloves and his wearing all-black the man hits nicole knocking her out ron steps in to come mm to the aid of his friend in split-second ron is in rescue mode. He's thinking less about fighting more about trying to make sure nicole is okay but in that split second the attacker hits ron with a punch on the right side of his face ron falls to the ground rana's six but one hundred and seventy one pounds but the attacker is a big man six one two hundred twelve pounds and he's built like a world class athlete. He's built like a guy who could rush over a two thousand yards and a single n._f._l. Season the attacker butts refer to him by his nickname o._j. O._j. produces a fixed blade serrated knife and place it at ron's neck picking him up off the ground. He's now grab bronze arms and put them behind his back and he is holding the knife at his throat in. He's talking to ron. You think you're tough motherfucker. He says the knife right at ron's throat. Ron tries to free himself from o._j.'s grasp his arms pinned so he starts trying to kick his way out with o._j. Holding his arms from behind ron begins to lift his legs o._j. Moves the knife away from his neck and starts to established in the legs over and over and over again to get him to stop he turns them around and begins stabbing ron and the abdomen chest <music> neck and face this surprise attack the knife wounds the speed and ferocity of the attack too much ron is not going to make it but he kept to putting up a defensive posture in the attacker who is wearing leather gloves loses a glove and the struggle and because of the loss glove he actually cuts his own hand on his own knife during the attack as you stabbing wrong. He also lost the knit cap he'd been wearing o._j. Thrust the knife into the left side of ron's neck cutting his jugular ron falls backwards into the corner of the courtyard between two trees. He dies within seconds in the attacker o._j. Is now a killer o._j. Now goes to nicole was lying inside. The courtyard orbit the bottom of the steps heading up to the condo o. J. picks up nicole and holds a knife to or throat from behind just like he did with ron. He thrusts rests the knife into her neck cutting so deep that he nearly decapitates his ex wife. The knife actually knicks her spinal cord with the blood no longer reaching her brain. Nicole also dies within mere seconds. The frenzy is now over o._j. Possibly discovers that he's missing a hat and one of his loves but since the courtyard is so dark he can't find them and there's a lot of blood on the scene in the darkness. He doesn't realize that he's left. A lot of footprints blood has now around ten fifteen two hours later to nicole's neighbors find her body and they call the police and the police find that there are two bodies in front of nine seventy five bundu once the police arrive on the scene in the sun comes up this double homicide hits the news but wanted for it one one eighty seven and westville eighty effect named arthur chaim nicole simpson and the man found with her had had multiple wounds. J simpson has not been seen since he arrived late yesterday at his brentwood estate family members and friends stayed with him through the night and continued arriving today. The police forensics team began a search of the crime scene and o._j. Simpson's home investigators removed several pieces of evidence from both properties a blood-soaked glove according the los angeles times found that o._j. Simpson's home and believed us during the killings a second newspaper reports. The matching glove was found at the crime scene. Police refused and say anything about hoping investigation or the nature of mrs simpson's relationship to ronald goldman the second victim so this is los angeles. One of the victims here is the wife of celebrity the athlete who was very loved so to say that the media latched onto this and ran with it is obviously understatement anyone listening to this would know doc <hes> what a lot of people don't notice is reporting on ron initial reporting on ron. It was nicole brown simpson ex-wife of o._j. Simpson and a man dan or he was an anonymous man for unidentified man. You got to understand like the confusion of of ron's family. This caused a lot of confusion because even when they did start say ron goldman. That's the name in los angeles. That's pretty common ron goldman. I bet you there's at least two hundred of them. So then it's like doc you move to that couldn't be my ron goldman so the reports of ron's murderers spread and friends flooded his answering machine with frantic left-field messages some of which we heard at the top of our episode and they were hoping this week it's gotta be different ron goldman but there were more than fifteen gene messages the day after these murders on ron's machine in the messages left before the news of the killings depicted a popular her guy one caller asking him to pets. It got people asking him to go to drinks and dinner to play softball. I mean he was a very very well liked person. You could tell that from something as small as his answering machine. You know my brother he he was very he was very optimistic. He had very positive outlook. You know he always thought that i was daddy's angel on and so we had a lot out of competition by competition with me and i mean that because he thought i was like the favorite kid i just was more studios. I was more focused <hes> i was probably because i don't want to get in trouble. I was more responsible for the two of us but i was envious of his care. Free like energetic way that he looked at life like my brother wasn't isn't a book smart kinda guy. Though he did o'kane school he just he loved life like he just wanted to embrace all. I was probably a little bit more hesitant because i had rules. I was supposed to follow so i think i envied his approach and as he got older and you know when we moved to california he just he soaked up here. He just really brother was like a geeky kid. When we were in chicago and came to california in the san like we always said the sun kissed him if you know what he just blossomed into this gorgeous man who just like started working out and he got tan and he just found his found his voice here so this double double homicide hit the news really really hard <hes> but despite that the goldmans didn't hear the news until five pm the day after the murders so patty goldman who was ron goldman stepmother was just enjoying an afternoon at home when she got a weird message on her voicemail machine and basically glee it was the manager of mezzaluna looking for ron saying that he didn't call in for a schedule and it alarmed her. It's one of those things where it's like. You get one of these calls so and so didn't show up here emergency contact they call the number and then when she called him back he just jam looking for ronnie didn't calling for a schedule. She scolded <music> at him and said why would you call me and worry that. I thought something was wrong in the manager apologize. I'm sorry i'm just looking for ron yeah so our later ron's father comes home and and he's walking through the door and patty <hes> yells at him fred hurry up pick up the phone. You have to talk to somebody. Something has happened to ron and the call breath was actually from the coroner's office. The woman asked fred. Did you hear today that nicole brown simpson has been murdered then she said well. I hate to tell you this but your son ron was the other victim and with those words their lives were changed forever and their lives were changed forever and one of the first things that the police and the goldmans probably wanted to figure out was how do these people how did ron end up there so how exactly did ron nicole and o._j. Converge on that night ron goldman was introduced to nicole simpson by mutual a friend at a starbucks coffee shop two months before the murders for awhile ron and his friend didn't even know that nicole was o._j.'s acts ron gradually became pows the coal they'd work out at the same gym she let him drive her white ferrari which is tight tight tight and she invited him to our table at the renaissance where she dined and with a handful of friends on thursday nights their relationship was platonic but it wasn't perceived that way in the media because there was a ton of speculation that made it seem like they were involved in a romantic relationship not just ended up not really being true and it was completely unfounded. People just speculate which happens all the time people draw conclusions about women all the time where it's like if someone's killed with someone you assume something is going on but people had a difficult time believing that a twenty five year olds kind of hunky guy in in a single woman driving ferrari could be platonic friends so many jump to conclusions about ron. He was a waiter and he was a sometimes model. His driver's license photo he looked really really gorgeous is head was looked. His head was cocked back. He was wearing a bandana hit amazing hair in these images circulated in rumors spread in an instant the world had created its own ron goldman a character that smooth talking tanned intoned and they may <unk> judgments about that which were unfounded and we see this often in many cases. You don't usually see it happening men so this is kind of unique. Where are you know they meet these assumptions about him. In broadcast that all over the world but wrong was a really fun guy and he actually also appeared as a contestant on a dating game. Show called studs in the show was hosted by comedian. Mark decarlo and golden was introduced as a twenty three year old tennis pro. This was two years before the murders and at the end of the episode ron was paired up with a young woman named diane. Hey ron goldman the twenty-three-year-old tennis pro. Give a big hand for coming front. We'll start with you. You make a good impression on the phone with a woman <hes>. I guess i don't like to talk on the phone so i'm kind of blind to the plane going be ready to eight. I'll be there be there okay. We asked what a <music> what their impressions were of when they talk to you on the phone ron and here's what they said one of them said rough wild and oh so sexy in this guy is mutual macho date with folly ali shit. Oh come on say right right paul short connie connie constance. I said this guy is mu much because when i talked to him on the phone he had deep voice like a mansion. Good how this guy better be hot with personnel. That radio personality was great or you. Just kinda china like you said straightforward on the phone to the point and akaki hearing that clip of ron is such a incredible glimpse into who he is just a guy who's twenty-five twenty-five he's young. He loves life. He's he's confident. He's having a good time but now we have to get back into the reality of what the goldmans we're. We're facing in the days. Following ron smarter ron's autopsy was conducted two days after his death onto fourteenth according to the report he died by multiple sharp force injuries including the following a sharp i wound to the neck doc left side with transaction of left internal jugular vein multiple stab wounds on his chest abdomen and left thigh multiple incised wounds of a scalp face neck chest and a defensive wound on his left hand. There are multiple abrasions on his upper extremities hands also believed to be defensive wounds from the autopsy also indicated that the injuries were incurred heard before his death so kim and ron moves from buffalo grove indiana after their father fred and their mother sharon divorce in nineteen seventy four after spending a brief time with his mother ron move to southern california to live with his father and kim in one thousand nine hundred eighty six you know my dad was awarded sole custody of my brother and i in the seventies which was crazy you know that wasn't in the seventies for a father <hes> <hes> and i i think as a result of some of the the trauma with my birth mom leaving some of the things that occurred and and my dad being a a really dedicated working father my brother and i were left. You know it's probably negative latchkey kids. I mean that's what we were and you know. Get both keys your neck and we'd walk home from school and <hes> we just took really good care of each other out of out of a necessity but also because my dad just created a really loving nurturing torturing home on the my dad came home. We've did our homework and we made sure we ate dinner and he chapter homework. I mean it was a pretty disciplined home. <hes> but my dad's big mush pot and he's the big love and just was really supportive in encouraging but we just had had to get business done so i think there was a lot of brother just making sure that we were taking care of each other taking care the house making sure the dog was fed. The cats fed like you know our chores were done and but oughta that we just grew intensely close <hes> because we didn't have anybody else we didn't in have an extended family that we were super close with it really was just the three of us and i think that was that was just an amazing the situation that we were in <hes> than my car accident happened our car accident. My brother and i just you know just deepened our connection because it was very tragic. Check on. I don't know i'm just i feel really lucky that move that my brother and my dad were the people that had the most profound impact on me. I just chill really lucky for that. I just i always did better with with with boys. I was like a little rough ahead all the hand-me-downs you know but he just he was very much my protector and he wasn't embarrassed by me year ashamed of me and i love hearing his friends talk about like i think it was jeff president who sad you know we sometimes we run away that you were there like your brothers like now. She's sticking around and it was just always looking out looking over shoulder making sure that i was in in close proximity which didn't change as we got older. I think it's so sweet i mean we've talked about her podcast in this episode already and just the fact that they we're called three musketeers and they have like a little modern family where at the time it was super unusual for fathers to get custody of the kids in this way and the mom was kind of absentee and kim talk so lovingly about just this warm amazing environment curated which is so nice. That's wonderful and you. You were crying when you were hearing him talk. I can't even listen to it. I know it's too emotional. Yes sir ron gets to l._a. And he has dreams he wants to get married. He wants to have a son and he also wants to open his own restaurant and the place would have no name. He said he liked. He wanted to be like the rocker. Once called prints spreads the restaurant would be represented by a symbol the egyptian which is the symbol of eternal life yeah. Why do you think that simple like. Do you think you know the story of the tattoo to my brother had a tattoo of <hes> you know with his friend lauren <hes> it's a symbol of eternal life. I don't know if he thought that at the moment or if it was really because lauren suggested and he's like i'll do what i don't really know but he loved he loved his tattoo <hes> and my dad not so much <hes> but <hes> you know i love that he embraces the point that the outlined his business plans. You know there was a shape of an onc in the business plans plans for the restaurant and then their walls. Would i mean it was like it. Just it spoke to him. I think he kind of grew into it and i think i. I think that you know that it kind of speaks to him to that. He's opened that he wasn't so headstrong uncertain things that he's gone just just kind of open to life happening and and being welcoming into the things that were around him ron surfed. He rollerbladed played volleyball on the beach. He spent his free nights in the clubs and his mornings at the gym brentwood he did some modelling for armani but mostly he kept himself afloat working as a waiter at places like truly yours california pizza kitchen mezzaluna also found time to pitch in at the thousand oaks united cerebral palsy residents you turn this floor there into a makeshift salon on and he moves the residents hair before outings to the movies or to the beach he was doing a lot more than twenty five year olds i know and this monster this motherfucker snuffed out his life before he got to reach the big milestones we all hey everyone so the fact that fun twenty nineteen fall box is on sale now and i just got my box and i've been obsessed rest with these harper and ari exfoliating sugar cubes that are green and they fit when you put them in the bathtub and they are amazing so what facts it is women's lifestyle style subscription box filled with large size not travel size or sample size but large-sized products beauty fitness health wellness everything that you could ever want to splurge for yourself when you're feeling that it's to go shopping but there is a catch in that is that they don't last long they sell out really quickly because the value of these boxes is huge and everybody's waiting to get one as soon as they go on sale in the items and every box customizable and i chose this kate spade makeup toe that is so cute. 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You're figuring it out exactly it wasn't literally until just <hes> probably the last year of his life that he found his calling and what he wanted to do and <hes> you know he was ready to come to my dad with that information and he was just kind of stepping into the next phase <hes> but at the end of the day said this million times my brother was the last couple minutes of his life released sums up. Who was he stayed to help you stayed to fight. He stayed to protect and you know as much as is. It pains me that my brother wasn't more selfish that night. It wouldn't have been him to run so so we're going to go over some of the broad strokes that explain the variables that lead to convergence of these three people these three significant people in this case on that night so o._j. And nicole met nineteen seventy nine after he divorced his first wife marguerite and this is interesting. I didn't know this. I think jack did when i brought it up but they had a young child that drowned pool accidentally the same it year that they actually got divorced so that was a crazy year because he had already he'd been dating nicole for two years when this happened yeah so imagine the chaos of all of that so nicole and o._j. Actually got married in one thousand nine hundred five. They had two children sydney and justin and there were years of domestic abuse and their relationship was super contentious rollercoaster up and down. They divorced officially nine hundred ninety two but through the entire duration o._j. Was physically abusive in there was ample ample proof of that and after through the divorce o._j.'s abuse towards nicole continued. He spied on her. He broke into her home. He stalked her. Which is what happened on the night of the murders. There were many calls where she's like. He's breaking down my door. It was reported that he watched her have sex with someone else. When she was dating someone knew he would just let himself into that condo into that little gated area whenever he wanted and on this particular night ron doing a good deed was in the wrong place at the wrong time. We took you through the crime up till when the bodies were discovered here's what happened and what the evidence suggests happened after o._g. Flees without his hat or gloves he goes back the way he came in around the side of the house down a pathway in between the house and the flowerbed he exits through gate in the back which leads to a driveway and an alleyway with no street lights while leaving the gate he leaves three drops of his own blood from his wound on his hand on the inside of the back gate the way. I see you know as an investigator. Ron is a hero for defending nicole but he was also a hero for fighting back because if he doesn't fight back o._j. Doesn't lose the glove a fan and he doesn't cut himself and because he cuts himself the blood the blood comes out and all that there and what he's doing there is he's giving in any other case in a case that if it happened right now is a slam dunk but it was just so screwed up because ron fought back o._j. Lost his glove and o._j. Cut himself and he left his blood at the scene. Karan's heroics resulted in physical evidence of o._j. Being at the scene o._j. Walks across the driveway which leads to the garages for both nicole's condo and the next door neighbors and he walks up to his ford bronco <music> which he parked in front of the neighbor's garage behind a hedge before he gets into the bronco he removes the dark colored track suit that he was wearing which was now all covered with blood while doing this he spills a bunch of change on the ground he shoves the tracksuit into a bag along with a knife and gets in the bronco and turns his mission inside the bronco. He smears the center console three times leaving three stains of blood all three containing a combination combination of ron nicole's and his own blood from his hand. Would there was also a fourth staying on the console that contained the blood of just rhonette o._j.'s and and again this is what ron was able to do. It was not only able to place o._j. At the scene but by fighting back and causing that wound he was was able to not only leave that o._j.'s blood was at the scene but o._j. Left a combination of ron cole and o._j. Himself leaving no doubt o._j.'s the killer and i go back and i think for so for me during criminal case the d._n._a. Was really like the moment for me. I mean i i didn't have have any strong opinion of guilt or innocence. You know walking into that trial. I don't remember feeling that i remember that the the the science was like oh. You can't argue with science on the science girl so i just i i've joked about it the poor robin cotton you know she was the the dna expert she just was so yes i like her like and so now you find you get someone more animated you get someone that has a little bit more critical when they're explaining liles and you know all the specifics that just kind of go over most of our heads. The dreary didn't get it. They just an even when you looked at the board that marcia put up that said you know one in seven hundred billion whatever the you probably have that more than me but like the statistics were so overwhelming that it couldn't be anybody but him they just didn't they didn't get it. Yeah you know and so i said how can you. How could you not doc it. I mean again you know it makes perfect sense to me but there are people that just wants all planted many many people when you hear o. J. simpson what they <hes> <hes> get taken back to is the moments they were watching the slow speed chase with this bronco so this bronco it plays a key role but not everything having to do with this bronco uncle made it into the trial in fact a lot of the evidence having to do with said bronco was held back by the prosecution so in this bronco that o._j.'s escaping and he transfers i drop nicole's blood onto the carpet under the steering wheel he backs out of the driveway into the alley and starts heading towards his house on rockingham he drives semi carefully down the alley at first but then he starts to gun it once he gets back onto bundy which is kind of a busy street. He's headed to his home which is about two miles away and on on this route boulevard and there's a big center island on this particular street he blows through a red light causing him to almost hit volkswagen beetle being driven by a woman named. Jill shively joe slams on the brakes. No j. swerves and ends up on the median. She said i. I felt fear that anger anger. I mean the self entitlement. Why was this person driving like this. They had to be drunk. She looked at the man in the bronco. I knew it was a football player right away. The guy began yelling at the car in the westbound lane. That's when i realized it was o._j. Simpson i just seen him in a movie naked gun thirty be three and a third now even if you consider yourself very verse in the o._j. Case you don't know who jill shively is now. Jill comes up a lot in in kim's podcast so essentially she witnessed o._j. Speeding away from the crime scene on the ninth in the timeframe that the crime occurred and she was going going to be a witness for the prosecution and marsha urged her not do any media interviews anything that could undermine her testimony because it was so valuable so jill ended up doing interview and getting paid five thousand dollars to do it completely discrediting. Her and marsha also hurt some other information that she was calm and who's not reliable the ball. She's a woman who interviewed on our podcast and you know jill told kim in his interview you know marsha. Marsha told me i'm the reason that o._j.'s free. I'm the reason that the case was blown so this is significant. You're very clear in that. There's a there's a lot of people that you can pin blame onto but ultimately there's the blame for one person and it's the killer and and that's that's it and then you have the smokescreen of the trial and and and there's a lot of other people that you can kind of pin pin little bits of blame to but you don't do that which is kind of amazing because you know it's not cowardice though because i mean after twenty five years ears you can't have that not you so you're talking to people like when you were when you were talking to marcia clark and marsha did not allow allow the testimony of shy vely and charlie is the woman that apparently said she had almost run into ajay because o._j. Was driving without lights ran a red light on saturday and bundy to not allow that when when there's so many other people that are saying she should have allowed that because that places him at least near the crime scene how you you were very gracious in that i think i i've said this for for twenty plus years that you know marshawn chris and and the prosecutorial team sacrificed so much to put this case on and what they endured professionally personally the only people that are advocating for my brother so it's really hard for me to find fault in their decisions because a prosecutor persecutor be. I don't understand all the evidence <hes> see. I wasn't in the room at the time. I don't know all the information. I'm sure there's things that marcia is still not going to reveal <hes>. I'm sure there's things using jewison example that we still might not know so somewhere in the middle again. There's probably more of the truth and as you go through it and then you get to the jury and they're telling you really made a difference. It's not worth so worth me getting angry. That wouldn't mattered so. Let's give back to the events unfolding what happened after jill shively encountered o._j. And has bronco o._j. Ends up at rockingham. He it goes into the house sees leading blood everywhere gets into the shower leaves. Bloody socks gets into a limo and then they drive to l._a._x. At l._a._x. He is seen by a witness throwing away something out of a black bag. It was a little zipper bag he said and he just zipped it a little bit from the bottom just in the first hand to given the bag and he was pulling items out of it and putting it into a trash can and for those of you who don't know rockingham is his mansion that was on a street called rockingham for so when we reference rockingham that's his estate in in that area and then he takes off on his eleven forty five american airlines flight to chicago to go to the golf outing and o._j. At this point is is presumably setting up an alibi. He was not wasting any time getting on a flight to chicago. You know you're you're the one victim them family member. That has been through everything. You've you've heard it. You sat through nine months of a trial more than anybody else really. You've you have the stomach for it but does it get. It doesn't get easier but what is it. What is when you're dealing with the minutia a new show of the evidence do you how does that are you able to separated at all fan rochelle from the emotion now and uh-huh yes or no. I think that as i as i've matured in this process i i've always been really able to recognize it. My heart mind don't always coincide <hes> i think now i'm frustrated with people that that only choose to see bits and pieces of the evidence the answer don't understand it or or read those stupid like dark web. Weird websites make no sense at all. I mean i get bombarded headed by emails from people that should see the crazy stuff that i mean so all the conspiracy theory thing yeah but they just find things. I'm like that doesn't even want even talked talked about coming up with this stuff but so. I think that that part of me is frustrated because i don't wanna debate the case with all these years later. I don't have conversations about out every single piece of evidence because you either believe or you don't at this point. I don't need to try to convince you of a time line and convince you of all of the d._n._a. Convince you of why brothers hair and fiber were places it. It shouldn't be if the killer wasn't the killer like there's certain things that i i don't. I'm tired of some of that. <hes> you know my brother was air. Quoting my brother was drug addict news sleeping with a married woman and he got what's coming to him like that's steph. I'm dealing now more than on people arguing over the merits of the actual evidence because i don't think people care about that anymore as weird as that is <hes> because it's gone it's gone from <hes> and even almost from the very beginning it went from science to emotion right if you're like me and you cannot get enough off of true crime podcast. 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You'll never run out of true crime content again so follow today and true crime for free on spotify or anywhere that you listen to podcasts so we know that the trial of o. j. simpson was the trial of the century in the mass media coverage it received but just these these homicides themselves i mean the shock of families the vast coverage it was receiving. It was like nothing else truly the there. I mean the fact that everybody in our country was getting such. An intimate view of what was happening has never really happened before. It's never happened before before this and he's never really happened before this. It was the they would call the trial of the century the lindbergh baby trial that was at lynn baby trial then it was this limited baby trial l. was happening before before cable television for television before anything this was seen by more people than probably will ever be seen ever and not only that so so we were not the trial at this phase. I mean we all know what happens in the trial so we're not trying to set up any sort of twist at the end but the the the slow speed bronco chase really set sets a tone and it was ninety million people. I think watch that from their homes. We all in this is kind of a big theme in our podcast. We watch these things in horror on our t._v.'s. He's and then we turn it off and we go to bed in our life kind of goes back to normal but in this particular instance this media coverage that was has mis characterizing ron and sort of kind of commanding america at this time like this isn't something the goldmans could turn off and it's so in a jewish tradition you bury somebody but you don't unveil a headstone until a year later in that is supposed to mark the end end of the grief. This grief has never ended for the goldmans <hes> but in this ceremony which was is hugely important in the jewish faith breath it was it took place on like a sloping beautiful hill at the foot of a pine tree in beth olam cemetery which is jewish section of valley oaks memorial park in all of ron's friends and family in all these guests attended this unveiling in it was a granite headstone and avail was lifted from the small grey cemetery marker and it was inscribed with the words loving son brother and friend ronald lyle goldman july second nineteen sixty sixty eight june twelfth nineteen ninety-four fed goldman broke down in tears will speaking about his son his wife patti goldman stepped up and put her arm around him near the grave stood a large arrangement of yellow and blue flowers. A miniature american flag was placed near the marker so although ron was officially laid to rest his headstone unveiled tribute paid at a burial ceremony. This is not where his story or the goldman story ends not even close and i say that in the proof is in the fact that we're talking about it here today. In that ron goldman and nicole brown's murders reverberate you know the lack of justice in oggi's he's acquittal reverberates it upsets people it gets people so impassioned angered to this day and it's been twenty five years so so there are a lot of things we heard in this episode that really make us feel like shit but i found something that i think is a nice way to end the discussion about ron goldman so we were all trying to get to know ron through this episode and i found out what ron did two nights before he died which sort of comforted me and it was the last friday of his life to ron date with a model he has been seeing in her name was tiffany star star according to her he was brimming with energy that night they went to dinner. It took a stroll through venice each and they looked at the ocean. They walked by boutiques on main street in venice and they were just having an amazing time in los angeles police that he really really loved in one boutique window. Ron noticed a metal. Which is the symbol that was so important to him. He was going to have the restaurant he was going to open in this layout. He had a tattoo of one of these on his shoulder. It it just really embodied who he was. It is an ancient egyptian symbol for eternal. Life and addictions believed that one's earthly journey was only part sort of an additional life. The onc symbolizes both mortal existence in the afterlife and the goldmans also had the symbol etched into his gravestone on in this symbol isn't appropriate metaphor four ron because although his life was stolen and cut short he lives on through kim's very obvious v._s. Passion that she has forget attaining justice for her brother and for confronting his killer you know what's interesting just about in this conversation and it's not anything negative towards the two of you alexis injected because the different generation and so i think what was important for me about doing the podcast was to level the playing field because would you may have been able to witness from in terms of how the case has been perceived what evidence you know you. You've been watching the fictional b._s. <hes> it was important for me to to make sure that i added some facts to the story to make sure that that i was in control of something that's been out of control for me to be able to turn turned the corner a little bit on something that i think has gotten so far away from what the case was originally about <hes> and so it's been interesting that i've there's a whole new generation of people that are interested in this <hes> and for people that keep telling me to get over it you know i i struggle struggle with that because it's out of i don't get to <hes> and as long as he's alive and as long as people still have strong feelings about our justice system and about him in this case i got to figure out a way to work my way through it on this is a huge part of my life and i didn't ask for it in even if i'm minding my own business one day because i'm sitting at a basketball game with my son or something my phone blows up because of some stupid crap on the internet like i don't get to just completely escape from it <hes> this whole concept of moving on and getting over it and closure it just doesn't exist when you're someone who has suffered loss whether it's high profile or on a traumatic way lost seats with you and you figure out a way and some days you're better at it than others and i think it's discussing people are saying you to get over it or probably still the people better like inundating you one hundred percent a hundred percent. That's saying and i think that you know it you know i i won't we did oprah a handful of years ago in the if i did a book came out and an oprah told me to find closure and i just need to move past or whatever and then you know within weeks. She said that that would be her biggest. Get to get him as an interview and i'm like kate. You just told me to get over it. You just told me to move on and you're you're pursuing an interview with him. Like how do those two things reconcile with each other and i am. I don't cite the process. As much as i try i to figure out a way to stay above the fray and i try to find balance and i had someone some lady. She's a big tiller lover. She sent me the other day that you know she's a mother. She should be at home mothering like what so. I can't be an advocate. I can't even the passionate about things. I can't believe in victim's rights. I can't fight eight for what i believe in because i'm a mom like what better legacy from two to teach my kid be a role model to teach my kid like and since when people do both in a double murder on its own is horrific is terrifying beyond words in the implications at these murders in the residual effects were immeasurable. Possibly the only thing that rivaled the impact of the murders themselves was the trial the verdict and what came after in that is what we intend to cover in part two so this is the most analyzed crime in american history other than maybe the j._f._k. Assassination so what did we learn today. Well i think a good question would be what did we learn today. Yeah and i think for me. I can't even talk about the case anymore but seem kim in person. <hes> resilience is possible and i think i mean imagine carrying this burden for twenty five years like trying to get your your brother justice. After you saw his killer walk free i mean she's the picture of strength so i think what i learned not giving attention into the case that has been gone over a million times but to kim and her podcast and what she's doing. She's healing through this passion. She's she's keeping your brother's memory alive through this passion and you know what she's condemning o._j. Rightfully through this passion and i think it's so amazing yeah and she's tried to do television shows and she gets cut down at every turn and then she turned to podcasting and that's why i love podcasting because it's striking out everything and it's the saying you you know what it's just a person and their voice and the listener and the truth and that's while and she can say probably for the first time time ever exactly whatever the fuck she wants to say especially to him directly and if he listens to it or not it's getting it's getting sad. It's getting put out there publicly the lesson oh he'll listen to him. He's too obsessed with themselves too much fucking narcissist so i mentioned this briefly before this was our tribute to ron and ron story ron went through ron's heroism kind of the untold unknown facets of ron and it is really important for us to do apart one standalone episode for ron but there are a million things that we learned as far as what happened in the aftermath of these murders that will blow your mind even if you think you know everything about the o._j. Case so that is all coming up in cart to so until next week. If you guys have a first degree connection please email us at hello the first degree podcast dot com. Please don't damn alexis anymore because because she's getting overwhelmed with the flood of d._m.'s. How does it feel to be famous lexus <laughter>. It feels really bad to be famous mostly because i'm not ought to be it's mostly that instagram overwhelms me. 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