20 Episode results for "Cassava"

083 - Cassava Sciences' SURGES on Interim Open Label Data of Simufilam in Alzheimer's Disease

Breaking Biotech

26:29 min | 4 months ago

083 - Cassava Sciences' SURGES on Interim Open Label Data of Simufilam in Alzheimer's Disease

"What's up everybody. Welcome breaking biotech. Thanks for being with me here today. My name is man. If you liked the show you can click the lake or subscribe button. You can also donate using new patriot. Lincoln the description below so. I'm thrilled to be back and have an exciting show for everybody. It's going to be a little shorter than the previous one. But i had to talk about cassava scientists a company that had double digit short interest and recently announced some data that led to a massive move in the company. And it's a company. I've talked about in the past and one where i've gotten some new responses to my takes on the company so i thought it goes through the data today. Talk about whether or not there's an investable move to make here and look at the next steps and see what will come of it. So that's what we're going to talk about today and to start off. I think i would mention my previous coverage on the company. I had a small position in them in the middle of last year in anticipation of their face to be results and that was the first time we saw the face to be results and then they re analyzed the data by. I wasn't sure that the reanalysis was going to lead to anything interesting. So for that reason i sold the stock at around three in change. I think and yes. It does hurt to see the massive move in the stock Since then but you know. I think the decision i made their made sense to give kind of a primer on what we're talking about here. Cassava sciences is a company commercializing asset for alzheimer's disease. Just a ground everybody in kind of the potential market here. Which i think is important when we're talking about this stuff. I wanted to talk about sort of the previous drugs. That in the sales that they've seen and then the total addressable market that we're looking at so to give a sense of previous drugs in the space and the sales they've done to stick out. Immediately is air sept Mita and arizona peak sales of around three point five billion dollars in the late two thousands and an amiga i think peak sales of around two billion or so and since they've lost exclusivity of their pants the russia generics to the market has depressed the price that they've been able to garner for those drugs and for that reason kind of the peak sales trail office. We normally so. I think that's one useful way to evaluate kind of company. Today is by looking at other drugs in the market and seeing how much revenue they've garnered and other ways to look at the total addressable market. So doing that. We just have to look at the prevalence and the incidence of the disease. And in this case for alzheimer's disease there's five point five million people in the usa that have it and then to give a comparison in terms of cost. I took the two thousand and twelve air set cost and this is from a consumer reports article from a while ago so there might be some inconsistencies here but i think it's still a good guide. And what they said is that in general air set brand name was around four point four thousand dollars per year for the brand name and the generic was about half that price so we just do some simple math multiplying the costs by the number of people who have the disease today we ended with a total addressable market around twenty four billion dollars per year. Now this is obviously assuming that the drug will be treated to every single person that has alzheimer's disease which is definitely not going to happen. But at least it gives us a sense of the total potential market that the company could reach. I also want everyone to keep in mind that this is for a drug air. Set a treated the symptoms of alzheimer's disease. If a judge came on the market that actually changed the course of the disease. Such that you prevent the dementia and the negative effects. Because you're actually affecting the nature of the disease mechanism. I can see company garnering a significantly higher price than four point four thousand dollars per year. So that's something to keep in mind. And so when we're valuing companies today we can use these as a guide of what the company might be valued at once. The drug is actually starting to generate revenue. Now you have to discount those future. Revenues because one the companies not producing any revenue today often times and to the cost of running. These trials are significant. And we still need to find out whether or not the drug actually worked so biotechs interesting space in that way and that we have to discount the future revenues based on generic models that we use as well as these uncertainties around whether or not the drug is gonna find success and unfortunately in the alzheimer's market jokes have had a notoriously bad time finding positive data. I think i read some articles that the failure rate is around ninety nine percent. And for that reason we've to add even more risk to our model because there's just so much uncertainty when it comes to commercializing cns drug Especially for alzheimer's disease. So without all said let's talk about cassava scientists in particular and what they're doing is commercializing a drug called see. Move along or p. t. i two five. For the treatment of alzheimer's disease and seemingly is a small molecule that binds to a scaffold protein known as film in a and apparently it is specific to the altered confirmation of philemon a such that. It's able to improve the confirmation in a way that leads to better signaling outcomes. And i don't wanna get more specific than that because the pathways relatively convoluted but to give some insight into that scaffold. Proteins often are important for bringing different signaling molecules together so that signal transaction can occur and so in this case film a usually brings around ninety different proteins together to mediate these functions and some of the main players that are involved in this a beta which is very critical molecule in alzheimer's disease. Along with this alpha. Seven nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. So it's involved in those as well as hyper phosphorylation of tau is involved in these kinds of pathways. So presumably is going to bind film in a and is going to correct a lot of these different problems that are involved in alzheimer's disease so to give a bit of a timeline of what we've seen up to date. I thought i would go back to february twenty twenty and that's when they initiated this open label study. This was coming off of their face to a data where they showed significant improvement in biomarkers in patients that were treated with super long. So what they did is they. Enrolled or plan was to enroll one hundred patients in an open label study. so it was on blinded. And it's going to be single arm which means there's no placebo group. Then what we heard in may of twenty twenty the top line results from their face to be study and this was supposed to be a reproduction of their face to ace study but including more cognitive. And it's but what surprised everybody was that it did not meet the primary endpoint from the biomarker standpoint and that was supposed to be a simple enough study given that they saw prior successful results in their face to a so this led to a big decrease in the stock a lot of uncertainty and what the company said was that high variability in the data did not give statistical significance and they showed us how they came up with that it led to a lot more questions than it did answers in my opinion the company. They didn't have confidence in the results in that they were going to send the samples to an academic lab for reanalysis. Fast forward from that to september twenty twenty. And this is the point before this is when i sold my position in september. Twenty twenty announced the final results from their face to be seem In alzheimer's disease and in the re analysis of this data showed statistical improvements in biomarkers for alzheimer's disease in seem Group compared to placebo and then they also showed the cognition points and they showed an improvement with not really statistical analysis done but they did say that the size was forty six to seventeen percent depending on the study that they did. I was a little bit suspicious of this given that. They didn't give us a lot of transparency. When it came to wide they decided to go with this lab. It was an academic lab so it seems like they didn't have to potentially use the same kind of rigorous standards as a lab or something like that so because of that i was not very confident in this analysis and for that reason i kind of wanted to stay away from the stock and just see how. It played out fast forward to this week february. Twenty twenty one and cassava sciences announced that seema Improves cognition and behavior in alzheimer's disease in an interim analysis of their open label study. What they told us was that in the analysis of eight eleven they got an improvement of one twenty six points compared to baseline and remember. We don't have a placebo group here. Were just comparing to baseline they also at something called the neuropsychiatric inventory and that improved one point three points compared to baseline they mentioned that there were no drug related adverse events and that any adverse events that came up were mild and transient and then to a better of the actual trial. They mentioned that it's eighty percent enrolled and that the data that they're showing today is the first fifty patients who completed at least six months of dosing so to give a little more insight. They mentioned the baselines and for eight ask cog it was fifteen point five for npr. It was four point five and messy. It was twenty two point one and so to give a bit of a background on this. The is isn't evaluation of cognition and specifically they do tests for memory orientation leverage reasoning as well as practice and for that series of tests. The scale goes from zero. Which means you have no cognitive impairment. All the way to seventy which means severe impairment so the patients coming into this for fifteen point five and they improved one point. Six points to thirteen point. Nine which is around ten percent improvement the neuro psychiatric inventory. I wasn't really familiar with but they showed here at thirty percent improvement. Which presumably is a really good thing. I'm not going to focus on that too much because most studies usually look at eight cog as well as this. Mse test so just to give some insight on the nfc. It's a cognitive function as well in the scores range from zero which means severe impairment to thirty which means no impairment so the skills are a little bit different from eight s to messy and keep that in mind as we move forward so the companies touting this is very positive result and i think they should be excited about it from a preliminary standpoint This by no means is solid confirmed. Placebo control data. And for that reason. I think we should be a little bit cautious moving forward. But i wanted to compare these results two previous trials just so that we have a sense of what this improvement actually means so the first one that i wanted to look at is by educating mab phase. Three trials the emerge and engage trials. And these were very very large phase three trials three thousand two hundred and eighty five patients at three hundred and forty eight sites the placebo groups. I wanna focus on. Because i think it's the most relevant us to get a sense of the natural course of the disease. They looked at baseline until we seventy eight. And as i mentioned before cassava up to six months but we do have some interim end points that we can look at here but mse for the emerged. Trial went from twenty six point. Four twenty three point one this a drop in three point three points or a worsening of twelve point five percent eight s. thirteen and it's the thirteen version. Not the eleven and it is a little bit different than eleven. There's two extra things that they test for. And the scale goes all the way up to eighty five so keep that in mind but i still think it's relevant comparison but for the placebo group alone. The baseline was at twenty one point nine and it worsened by five point. One six points to go to twenty seven point zero six or twenty three point six percent worsening in this group for engage it was relatively similar. The nfc went from twenty six point. Four down three and a half points or thirteen point three percent. The s. s cog worsened as well went from twenty two point. Five all the way to twenty seven point six four now just to give some insight onto the actual interim endpoint because it's a little bit more relevant for what we're doing today but at twenty six weeks which is about where we're at for smooth along the decrease in aid ascott. Thirteen went from around zero to one point. One points in decline so cassava is saying that their patients had a one point six point improvement whereas the normal course of the disease. Here is one point one point decline so if this was a normal placebo group this would be very large effect that cassava sciences seem to look at the engage trial quickly. It was about the same thing so the brown line here are the gray line is the placebo group. Overseeing at zero to twenty six is a worsening of around one one point one points so comparing this to the cassava data would give us some insight to say that cassava data is very very positive. Assuming that they're placebo. Group would be similar to what we see in the emerging gauge trial. When other study. I wanted to compare is lily summit gasa stat which was a secrets as inhibitor. And this compound made it all the way to phase three and in this trial they looked at fifteen hundred and thirty seven patients in the placebo group which was baseline until seventy six weeks very similar to trial. The messy went from twenty point nine to seventeen point five which was a decrease of three point. Four points or sixteen percent decrease it s cock so more in line with cassava. Trial went from twenty two point. Eight to twenty nine point to a worsening of six point. Four points or twenty percent then the final trial i wanted to compare it to was dinette. Denville and this compound actually made it to the market and episodes the generic name for air set and in this trial where they looked at around four hundred patients or so. They looked over twelve weeks of treatment. And here i'm focusing on the placebo group. And in this one there was very minimal change between baseline and twelve weeks in the nfc. They went from nineteen point. Eight to nine thousand nine point eight four so zero point two percent improvement and then for eight cod eleven. They went from twenty five to twenty five point four so a worsening of zero point four points or one point six percent so when it comes to the active groups here. I thought it was interesting. That puzzle at the low dose is actually kind of in line with what how scientists is telling us that seema flom is doing to their patients so an improvement here of around one point six compared to baseline now. Another thing that. I think is interesting about the study. Is that keep in mind that all of these studies are placebo controlled and they're double blind so the patients don't know what they're getting. The doctors don't know what they're giving so for that reason. The expectations are kept in check which has been shown to have an effect and actually in this episode study. It's kind of interesting. Because after their endpoint. They did a placebo washout where they just gave everybody the placebo and when they did this they saw that the worsening of eight s cog for the placebo. Group went from about zero point. Four all the way to around one point five so at fifteen weeks here. Were going back to seeing that similar rate response that we saw in the advocate map trial as well as the lily trial that i showed before so in general within around six months you would expect around one or two point. Worsening of eight ask cog in the normal course of alzheimer's disease. Now because i was scientists. Didn't see that. They saw one point six improvement compared to baseline. So how can we explain this other than the fact that the drug is working to showing an effect here. Well a couple of problems. That i wanna bring up. That should hopefully temper expectations about the data. So the first thing that i wanted to bring up is that this trial is single armed data and what that means is that. There's only a treatment arm and there's no placebo group for us to compare the data to and from the outset. Trial was never meant to be a trial. That focused on efficacy. The primary end points believed their safety related. And what ends up happening. Is that if there's a positive result in the efficacy there's kind of a bait and switch thing that goes on here where the emphasize the importance of the efficacy data. Because it happens to be positive but we really need to take this result with a grain of salt given that there's no real or group here and despite the fact that the effect of seeming philosophy seems to be a substantial improvement over baseline. We don't know if this small patient population responded that way if they were given a placebo pill instead of actual symbol on and keep in mind that this is only fifty patients and the patients from the prior studies that showed are in the hundreds or even thousands of patients and this is relevant when it comes to this because a result that there could be due to random chance just given the fact that it's a small patient population. The second thing. I want to mention is that this is an open label study and what this means. Is that both patients and doctors know that they're getting the treatment drug. I don't wanna get into details about the placebo effect. But one thing that i think is important to note is that the company themselves said that. Based on longitudinal studies of ambulatory patients with mild or moderate alzheimer's disease. It suggests that the eight ask cog scores declined by six to twelve points per year and so to illustrate a potential placebo effect that occurs in these studies. The placebo groups in the advocating map studies. They went from twenty one point. Nine to twenty seven point zero six or worsening of five point six points over the course of seventy eight weeks which is about a year and a half so six to twelve points per year is normal decline. For eight ask cog and what we're seeing here is a worsening of only five points in the advocate of studies so that alone could highlight a potential placebo effect. That's going on here and you could just as easily imagine one that's happening in a study where patients know that. They're actually getting the treatment drug. The next thing i wanted to highlight is that this is only a single time. Point in the advocate. Amount of study. It was nice that they showed a bunch of different time points that we could see the course of treatment and it would have been nice if cassava had shown us some of the interim points where they looked at these different tests and this might be nitpicking. I know it's only a six month study that they've done so far but i would have liked to see that to instill a little bit more confidence. Just we know this isn't an outlier in the data. And that in fact they are seeing an onset of effect and you know at what point does the effect take place that would have been an important thing for us to know and then the last thing which is also maybe a little nitpicky to see a data on the mse. The messy is probably the most common readout that i've seen alzheimer's trials or other dementia related trials and they didn't give us the result here. They only gave us the baseline. So i would have liked to see that as well. Then the final thing i wanted to mention is that multiple studies that were double blind placebo controlled in phase two. That saw significant data. In alzheimer's patients have moved on to face three failed miserably. And i mentioned a few different names here interpreting And idle operating so. Check those out to give a little bit more context and i know nobody is saying that this data is a slam dunk but people are super excited in. The stock price is responding in kind. So i think that getting perspective on this is important and we need to take these results with a grain of salt. I would say overall. It's a step in the right direction. But today's prices are an absolute gift and talk about the valuation the market cap before all of this was around three hundred million dollars and it moved up to three billion dollars. And then now it's sitting at around two billion after a recent selloff today. The short percent of float as of january fifteenth twenty twenty one with sixteen point five percent and in my opinion i think the massive spike in price that we saw to like one hundred and twenty is due to short-covering covering their position. I don't have any data to back that up. The price action would suggest that in my opinion and just for those who don't know the float is the total available. Shares are able to be traded on the market since a lot of shares are locked up unavailable and then the short percent is just the percent of shares that are actually borrowed and sold on the market. And it seems like you know with the advent of game stop in. Amc stocks that have a relatively high short percent afloat. Which really anything around. Ten percent or higher would qualify in my opinion. They're liable to get short squeezed. And i think this is what may have happened with cassava here. Now they're cute. Three twenty twenty cash was at twenty five million dollars and they added around eighty six million to that in an offering did in november of two thousand twenty so when we're looking at future prospects for the company they're sitting in around one hundred ten million dollars cash to give us a sense of how much they're going to need in order to commercialize this molecule Phase three. it's gonna be about another one point eight billion dollars and they don't have that money now so what they're gonna have to do is either raise the cash through capital raises or debt instruments. Or they're going to need to partner with another company. So i think the biggest risk for this company are increasing capital raises. That are gonna lead to dilutions of the star and a little bit surprised. They haven't announced anything given this major upswing in the price but it could be coming and one company. I want to compare this to is a company that i invested in actually learned the hard way. But this is the cassava scientists chart on release of the data. The stock moved from around twenty bucks all the way to a peak of one hundred and fifteen and then today it sold off to iran. Sixty three i think after hours. It's probably trading in the high fifties. But i would think that this is kind of short-covering action going on here and it's probably going to end up closer to around twenty or thirty dollars and settle in there and the company want to compare this to is measurable pharmaceuticals and. I learned this the hard way. I thought in the stock around one hundred change and was successful in the face to read our the stocks. I'm massive increase to three hundred bucks. And what i was thinking was that well. This is what the company's valued now and it's just gravy from here. So i hold onto a lotta my shares and what we saw that the excitement around that valuation kinda crumbled and. I think it's mostly due to the fact that capital is needed to do these trials. And there's a big gap in catalysts and nash trials which is what magical is looking at indication in and alzheimer's trials take a really long time and for that reason. There's a big delay. When it comes to getting data that actually instills the current market cap in the stock so what ended up happening with magical is the price fell to around a third of its peak and expect sava to do something similar so i would expect from a peak of around. I'll say ninety that it settles probably at around twenty to thirty dollars a share now depending how much capital they have to raise. This could go up or down whether or not there's a the future is uncertain. But that's what i would expect. Now the callister actually very important as well so what the is looking at for next steps is the initiation of their phase three trial which they say is gonna start in the second half of twenty twenty one what comes from that is perhaps an interim analysis or futility analysis that might be around six months after that so we might be looking at q two q three of twenty twenty two before we actually see data on an official phase three placebo controlled double blind trial there concluding an end of phase two meeting with the fda and they're announcing guidance on that in the first quarter of this year. So we're gonna hear what came of that. I think they're finalizing the minutes right now. And that will provide some insight onto what the fda sees is a path forward for the company and then final open label data. We should expect it. Probably at the end of twenty twenty one or maybe the beginning of twenty twenty two. They mentioned that they're eighty percent enrolled so since it's not even full enrollment yet. I think it remains to be seen when we're gonna see that data by for me personally. I'm going to sit on the sidelines. It's worth looking at the company. For perhaps that interim futility futility. From taking a long position in the phase three trial the open label could be in play to get. They've already mentioned that there's positive data in the interim. I would not be a buyer at this price today. I think it's massively overvalued for all the hurdles that the company has to go through in order to actually get approval and keep in mind is going to be a pretty significant gap in catalysts. Where they're going to have to raise capital. I think a valuation today that would put on the company. Maybe five hundred million dollars. And that's based off of a potential initiation of this phase. Three trial which i think should move forward but like i mentioned with cnn or those looking alzheimer's disease. The failure rate is so high. That i think these companies deserve a significant discount until we can get more confidence and from what i've seen today. I don't have extremely high confidence. That salon has an effect in patients. And it's for the reasons that i outlined in this video. I welcome all of your opinions. please leave a comment below. Let me know what you think. And i'm going to wrap it up there. But thanks for your attention. Click the like or leaving comment and with that. I'll see you next time.

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The Case for Cassava

Gadget Lab Podcast

33:52 min | 1 year ago

The Case for Cassava

"Hi Everyone I'm Michael. Glory a senior editor at wired. TIRED TODAY ON GADGET LAB. We're going to bring you a special episode. It's an interview with the Computational Biologist Laura Boykin. She's the founder of the cassava the virus action project which does work with farmers in Africa. She's involved in DNA sequencing and has all sorts of cool science. That she does in the field is a really fun and wide ranging interview view. And I think you're going to enjoy it. I spoke with Laura in front of a live audience at our annual wired. twenty-five Conference Festival in San Francisco. She had fun. The crowd loved loved. It and I'm super happy that you get to hear it now so without further ado. Here's me in conversation with Laura Boykin we we are joined today by Laura Boykin Laura Boykin is a biologist who uses genomics and supercomputing to help smallholder farms in sub Saharan Africa control white flies and the viruses they carry which have decimated cassava crops along the scientists in East Africa. She founded the Cassava Virus Action Action Project. Laura is Ted Senior Fellow and was awarded the Gifted Citizen Prize at the Dow de las ideas festival in two thousand seventeen. Everybody please please welcome Lower Boykin Central. What a nice intro? I read good and I In there I read it from my notes sweet. I did not memorize it. Let's start with cassava. Tell us about the plant that you that you work with. Why is it so important right? So I'm a student of cassava. Obviously I grew up in the US but so so. Cassava is a plant that feeds eight hundred million people. Globally and five hundred million of those people are in sub Saharan here in Africa. It's very high in calories and the interesting thing about the plant is it's very very low input so there's no farmer will plant it and they don't need to with the changing weather patterns and things like that. The crop is really robust. No fertilizer fertilizer. No water it just grows so usually on a farm. The farm that we're talking about are about one Acre and the farmers will have a mix of beans winds and potatoes and sweet potatoes. And then there's always some cassava just in case right. It's the backup when all of those things are done. So it's a super important implant globally mainly like I said in sub Saharan Africa but it's also found eaten in Brazil where it was domesticated and in Southeast Asia eats a lot of cassava. The biggest cassava producing country in the world is Nigeria followed by Thailand. Those of your random facts ax for the day. What's really important Food security so a lot of the farmers and scientists. I work tell me that. Cassava is a poverty fighter if a farmer has it they can feed their families and sell it at the market for important things like school fees and medical expenses and in savings. So it's a really important plant. You describe yourself is a computational biologist so I put those words together in my ahead and I have a pretty good idea of what that means but I would I would like you to tell us with Jeff Initiative that role is Oh my God number one. I hate titles so so I can never figure out what to call myself. Basically I like computers and I liked biology and genomics in particular and putting those. Things together is computational biology but you know when I'm talking to my mom and stuff she's like honey. I have no idea what that means so I just tell her look. I like computers. Biology go. Yeah so let's let's get into the work that you do specifically First of all take us to Ooh the places that you work the farms that you visit and the farmers that you work with. What are these areas like? Yes so first of all I mean I. Am One person on a really big team so in two thousand fourteen. I went to a conference and this there was a a bunch of east African scientists present and I was talking about supercomputing as you do and they were like. Hey we have a a bunch of genomic data. Would you like to join our team. We're working on this cassava problem and I just was like okay cool. I'm in and so so when I talk about the work that we do. It's not like I just jump on a plane and land in Kenya and just go running out to farmers I mean. There's this this amazing network of scientists and farmers that exist in the region. And like as I said. I'm the computational person on our team and so I'm in training on cassava. I'm definitely not the expert but So with that being said there's a huge network of people and we and they've spent years building the relationships with the farmers that allows us to do this work so basically sickly the biggest problem is farmers are typically getting maybe zero to one ton per hectare and they could get forty and so we. We sat down as a team and tried to figure out. What are the steps to get the farmer to forty right and the first step was diagnosing? What's killing cassava? Right what they're these pathogens viruses and pass white flies that are feeding on the plants and killing them. I'm basically reducing the yield zero. And the time it was taking the scientist to diagnose that problem could be six months because the genomic technologies technologies that exist or existed before this portable stuff. They really weren't made for the African continent there these machines about the size of this table this and they're a million dollars and they require constant power and released specialized skill and so this whole genomics revolution was happening but this large proportion of the population was being left behind and so they were really struggling to get their sequences is or their DNA data or pathogen data collected and so we had heard. I don't even know if I'm answering the question for crying out loud but here we are in a tangent. Anyway the whole point of this was it was six months. And then we had heard about these little portable devices that were being used to fight Ebola in west Africa and we were like. Why are we not using these in east Africa for farmers so and so through this work we really just went out to a farm? Everybody said we couldn't do it. which is super cool? Like this woman who has collaborator in quotation marks. She US two. Oh bottles of the best champagne that we would never get this portable technology to work in Africa let alone in the field and and so when you question or say that you know big population of marginalized people in science can't do something. Oh we're going to do it As we did it we. We basically went from six months time to diagnosis to three hours on the farm. Oh and that woman if she's listening. I'm waiting on the champagne. A you know who you are. Because you're using the stuff now so you brought you brought some of the you've brought the actual kit that you use in the field. Which is great for audio? Isn't that wonderful. There's lights flashing is compact. Will I can describe it as roughly the size of like maybe four or five smartphones stacked on top of each other With some cables coming out of it. But why don't you tell us a little bit about this kit that you use in the field and what's what's inside of it and how it works and what you do. Yeah because this gadget lab. We need to talk about the gadgets. It is required. Yeah I mean that's why I brought them for everyone. They can hear them right so basically on the table is a laptop power bank which is one of the biggest breakthroughs for us was using this sort of technology without power because on the farms there's no power or limited power so we had to get this to work Running off of either this laptop power bank or we have another device that we use that runs off of a motorcycle battery so basically we have on on the top here. It's called an Oxford Nanno. Poor mnay on. It's a little portable DNA sequencer. And when you open this thing up it has is what they call a flow. And the whole the breakthrough technology or the disruptive part of this is I told you guys. The old old technology is a million dollars and is huge. And this I think cost like a thousand bucks. It's small runs off of Power Bank and the way the data is generated is different so on here there's a membrane and on the membrane their proteins embedded two thousand proteins uh-huh so DNA as you know has at GNC so those are different chemical compounds. Right they go through this poor and disrupt the current right. So there's electricity. Running through these this device and as an a goes through it disrupts the current in a certain way and if a t goes through there it has a different different structure so it will disrupt the current in a different way so you have real time. DNA sequencing happening and the the the raw data is a frequency. And so we use A to figure out patterns right so quickly this squiggle is actually a and this squiggle is actually a t and G and all of that is happening on this other device. That's a little looks like a little box you know. It's about half the size of a jam. Box a jam Lahser and inside of here invidia has put a GP processor are that does this what we call base calling. It happens real time so on the farm were able to take a sample extract the DNA which is is another machine. But you can. We can extract the DNA and then we put it onto here and then we get the data real time you can visualize what's happening here on a smartphone smartphone or on a computer or on a tablet and so basically all the molecular lab and all the computing needs portable and take into. Oh the farm. So when you're gathering the data let's say you you visit a farm. You work with the farmer to isolate certain plants on their farm. You sequence the DNA you find results. That are actionable what do you do is this. Just tell the farmer what to do do you give them the data. Yeah so what we realized. Is that watching us. Do molecular biology is really boring so the farmers they go ought like for us. It's we go around with the farmers and they picked the plants. They're interested in right because farmers know their plans better than we do. And they'll see something weird happening or this one they I really like and a lot of them aren't showing symptoms right. So a lot of these things look healthy but maybe the yield was low or whatever so the farmers go around we he picked the leaves off of the off the plants with them we extract the DNA and that can take like that's probably two hours of the thing we have pipe heads and we're wearing gloves loves and the farmers are just like okay. We have things to do so we gotta work how. I think we need to do a better job of I don't know entertaining. Were explaining or whatever when we're with the farmers right so our outreach. Well first of all we didn't we weren't sure it was going to work so our whole strategy is getting better but at at the end we tell them. Look these seven plants that we tested some of them are virus free. Some of them are infected with these particular viruses. And that's great good. Yeah whatever. But what the actionable parts are what we tell them to do. So depending on what strain of virus they have in their field there. There is like cassava. Breeders have many varieties that they know are tolerant to different viruses right. So we're tapped into the national in each country the cassava breeder so. We'll tell them. Look you have these three viruses. The cassava breeders. Say this is your prescription right. So you're going to have to burn this field have to trust you have to burn this field and plant variety right and they can get the for the new. The virus free material from a number of different places some people sell sell it government the government wall so deployed to to them. And there's a lot of people that not a lot but there's people developing apps for farmers to know where to go. Oh to get clean material based on what is in their field so that is what we do give them results. Give them either the material or where to get the material and then they planted NC. I see so I know that all of the data that is collected and and collated by your team is owned by the communities that you work in you release it basically as open source data. Tell us why that's important. Yeah so it has to be done that way. We just have to do it. That way. Because this colonization of stem has to stop up. We have to stop going in taking samples going away am publishing papers behind pay walls where number one the scientists in the community unity can't read it and number two. The data is somewhere. That's the farmer needs to know where the data is. They just do. They need to know they need the local contact of. I mean okay yes. Farmers are not sitting around with supercomputers but if they know that this extension worker has access to their data the or not. That's what matters the communities that we work in half to have the data I and for us generating we thought let's just move the data closer closer to the problem and then you can make decision faster so immediately real time we get the data and this little device can store up to to a terabyte of data and then this is transferred locally onto their machines because another thing we just can't rely on the Internet. It's just not there you're right it's just not as much as we're living in a fantasy world that we're gonNA FI balloons around. I've given lat longs. I've given lat. Longs this gentleman who I can provide ride those. We need data we date these lat longs like let's stop talking about it here. You go get it there. We have science to but anyway we. You can't rely on it at all and there's only so many coffees and teas that we can buy in the hotel to use their free Wifi. They're not a big fan of us. uploading a terabyte of data. I'm I'm just saying it doesn't go down. Well it doesn't go like we try but it doesn't go down well so for us. Having the data locally is empowerment but it's also logistically. The only way it can happen. You know so anyway. The data does not belong to me or or anyone else. It's it's it's protecting a bunch of people who need food so we need to make it available real time so smart people other besides ourselves can help look for patterns and help us figure it out right and who are the smart people are there are there. You know organizations in East Africa are there You know just farmers with smartphones in hot spots that want to use it and engage with it. Yeah so for me I mean I have to say that the the there are some amazing scientists like Dr Joseph Nguru who's at the Tanzanian Agricultural Research Institute In Uganda there's Dr Titus Allah Chai in Kenya. Hegna there's professor. Elijah Teke Jomo Kenyatta University. There are amazing scientists that work at at the governmental level at these national agricultural research centers. that the drive all the change right I. It's like a privilege for me to be on this team. The Amman because they're they just allow me to do computer stuff like I'm in charge of twosies communication and computers because among the team with introverts. So I stopped doing this stuff but I hope they don't listen to this but anyway I I have to say like we have A. We have a website cassava virus action project. And you can look at it and you can totally see this team of people that is driving the change from the ground up. I think that's what's really different about us is like we're out there doing it. We're on the ground trying. We're sitting under a farmer's tree doing the stuff that nobody told us we could do and and we did that because we're a really diverse inclusive team that just works like a well oiled machine to get stuff uptown because we care about this overall mission of farmers should not be hungry We have all this check in this stuff. Let's just stop talking about it and start doing it you you know so anyway that we. It's a big network of people that we work with. Let's take a quick break and then we'll come back here. The rest of my conversation with Laura Boykin Support for this podcast comes from smartwater. Smart water is for the curious. Fresh thinkers the ones who ask questions and they're never satisfied with the norm. The one who believe in doing things the smart way even if it's a simple as drinking water. That's why smart. Water is proud to introduce new smart water alkaline and antioxidant designed to enhance the every day new. Smart Water Alkaline has nine plus Ph hydration after working up a sweat and new you smart water antioxidant has added Selenium both with the smart water taste you know and love hydration with your body and mind in mind smart water. That's pretty smart. I watched one of your Ted talks and it was your most recent Ted dare. Yeah it was great. You're a star but I think it was the one from Edinburgh Scotland. Anybody wants to look it up but you said something that that struck me in a way that I felt as though I should write it down. here's the quote. We have all the technology we need. But the knowledge and resources are not equally distributed around the globe globe Can you tell us why you feel that way. What makes you feel that way? I mean what makes me feel that way. Is that I- ground truth. That statement right I when I do science. I'm not doing science at the five star hotel. I'm not really interested in your meetings. We're GONNA talk about with butcher paper markers and stuff. That's edited because I wanted to say another word but editing myself no for me. It's like I'm ground truth thing I wanNA do science with scientists. I don't want I don't want the Smoking Mirror I've seen what happens. It's not I. I do science in Australia and go to Tanzania and we don't have power and we don't have Internet and we don't have any lab equipment these facts we have no computers the gum nod and I am so grateful to the team that accepts me and shows me the reality right. I don't want smoke and mirrors. I don't don't want you to turn on the generator when I'm there. Let's see how it is do science here And it is. It is ridiculous that it is this way. I mean this portable notable stuff is great for the farm. But it's also what we need in the labs you know there's no power yesterday you were here on stage at twenty five. Oh dear what. It was a great talk You spoke a lot about you. Know fighting for fighting for equity and inclusion INSCI- in fighting against the systematic racism and sexism in science. How can small hand held devices like these improve the equity and science? Yeah for me. The genomics game has been run by white people mainly the white men outside of the the lower resourced places on the planet and so when you democratize ties DNA sequencing you completely changed the game for everyone right because it is about. It is about the data that's being generated but the the thing that we everything about our project from the bottom up is wrapped in social justice. The imagery the BBC who's who's where we make sure every single thing you will see about us is wrapped in social justice from the beginning and so the work is great but also you are never going to see me. Pipe petting or doing something because it is our team in east Africa. That runs the game. I am the computer person right. Great like I and when we go meet ministers right it's powerful to have a white person. Just sit there and be quiet right so when I go I sit and I just assumed there as moral support so and when we're we're showing because a part of this is like we have to get the governments in the region to to uptake this technology so we spend a Lotta time doing calls to ministers and you know two weeks. Three weeks ago I met with the President of Sierra Leone and but when you're democratized DNA sequencing it shifts the power in the game in the science game and the thing that I love so much about this project is the bleeding edge of genomic. Technology is being run by east African scientists. And that's a paradigm shift. It's a huge paradigm shift. It's now it's like. Oh well no no. They're not getting your leftovers. They're doing. That's great is is some of the outreach that you're doing when you go and talk to governments governments In your in your encouraging them to pay attention and invest is that working are they. Are they investing labs are they. You know hiring. Scientists is to collect and maintain the stater. That's being gathered in the field. Yes so we're trying really really hard. So the there's an organization called the East staffer community which is kind of like the UN that over sits all of the countries in East Africa. And they've asked us for a proposal to do capacity building according to empower their trade regulators right. Because if you can certify with genomic technology that your stuff is virus free then you can open trade up to a lot a lot of different places so they have been really receptive and they also know that this can put them on the map in leading in leading and regulatory thing things so yeah it's slow but steady and one thing that we see is important is sustainability of this so we don't have big foundations funding us because we feel like if the government's invest in. It's a sustainable solution. So we're trying to hustle as hard as as we can to get governments to make you know this sort of technology part of their core science and technology agendas because it's it is about cassava but it's more about empowerment of scientists to be able to handle outbreaks of stuff and Biodiversity Wildlife. And all of that so we started with cassava. Because that's what we know but we just have a vision that everybody is going to be able to do it and it helps everyone. I want to back up a minute minute and talk about the plants. Okay so You know you mentioned before that what you what you what you provide to the farmer is Sort of a prescription and for what they can plant that is resistant to the viruses that are local to their area. And what you're what you're asking them to plant our uh-huh plants that have been genetically modified to be there. No you're shaking your head. No they're not. No okay tell us. Tell us about how those plants are are just purely purely bred to be resistant to To these viruses. Yes Oh there are people that are working on. GMO's solutions to these particular Viruses that are that are circulating in the region but the governments have laws that prevent GMO solutions being given to farmers. So there's a lot of people that are working on regulatory issues and a lot of people developing solutions but but for us. It's like. How long are we gonNA wait? We have things that we can use. That have been conventionally bred right so all of the things that we have access is to give. Farmers freely is all conventionally bred stuff and breeders have documented. What they're resistant to so that's what they're they're being given as you know improve varieties from local plants right And is that is that resistance to Genetically Modified Plants is that a is that a purely regulatory thing like if they grow it they may not be able to sell it at the market Or is it more of a Like a cultural distrust of the few organisms. So I think it's a the the first stopping point is the regulation right. The government Sir have laws that prevent I think they I think they use the term biotechnology. They prevent those things from going to farmers. And then but there's also a lot of of of scientists that I'm working with including Dr Guru in Tanzania who spend a lot of time with farmers discussing Genetically the modified plants and my view on the topic is we're given a choice. Right you go to the supermarket and you get to choose whether you buy that or you buy that. And farmers farmers in East Africa deserve that choice as well right and and some are going to take it and some are not but I guarantee you that some of the farmers. I've met in northern in Uganda where their kids don't have enough food. I mean seriously not enough food. They're going to consider the options to their families. I mean I would but the big stop is the governments and the and the regulations so I want to get back to the hand held devices jets. So what you have now is. Stack of sort of three small devices is is each of them. Hand held each of them with a specific purpose What do you think the future of this kit that you carry looks like you know? I'm hoping so these sort of these things that I have now. This company has already made them all put together so it was like a smartphone supercomputer and the sequence there already shipping with. That looks like but we still need to use pets and we need tubes and we need gloves loves like it has to be easier right. It has to be one machine that I just drop a leaf into an popsy answer right because now we're having to do a DNA extraction and then we're having to prepare a library. And then we're I. You know I think it will be hopefully the things that TV is making up right on CSI. I think I mean is that someone because I like to bet and then move forward towards a farmer will be able to do this without an extension officer in the next three years and I bet my friend Monica key. Hope Monica. You'RE GONNA pay up. 'cause I think are going to be able to do it. I think they're they're gonNA every all of us are going to have complete control over our data right you can do this with your own genome. I mean we get contamination sequence ourselves all the time right or dog urine from them. Peeing on the cassava. I mean I know you wanted to know that. Yes I mean because you sequence everything when you're when you're out there so right right so what does it look like for farmer. Who wants to do that? They just are they walking around. They put on the gloves and they know gloves. I think we'll get algorithms. Have to get good enough just filter out the human in parts of it right and just I think the advancement I mean obviously the advancements are happening in the in the hardware I think the software and the algorithms will get even better into detect. What we're looking for these? This is great but the software to analyze this this type of data. It sucks so there's a wide open space in this in this field to develop software that can live off. Get Hub. Might have gooey for us. They'll be that'd it'd be perfect. That would be amazing and maybe written in Swahili and stuff to every localized language. Just saying you're you're also you're also taking advantage of massive compute infrastructure in Australia Can you can you tell us about that. Yeah so I moved to Australia. Because is there is a lot of people doing supercomputing. Their radio astronomers so there's a square kilometer array is. There's not much happening in Western Australia. So they can do. They're quiet zones and things but at the time like seven years ago it was kind of like this genomics thing and the supercomputing. We're all kind of happening. And so we use this gigantic cray supercomputer to basically once we generate all the data it becomes uh-huh unknown right. And then you have to match it to knowns and there's this database called Jam Bank that houses all of the genetic data that exists on the planet and that matching is computational intense right it's just billions of iterations of trying to figure it's a needle in a haystack. And that is a huge computational challenge so we even when we're in east Africa. We can log in to the supercomputer in Australia and use the compute resources purses so when you're uploading the turbine of data that's troubling to. Yeah I mean really what we we really need these tech companies to think about solutions of bringing big data to big data. Work that out people. I mean I don't even know we have a bunch of data that's unknowns and the knowns live have over there and we're stuck with no Internet I mean this is the reality of what we're doing. Send more balloons. I'm telling you now I've sent them the lat long. I'll send it again. Bring us the Internet will thank you so much for joining us today. And thanks for coming to wire twenty five now. Oh my God. I can't believe I'm hereby okay. It's really amazing to have you here and tell your story and Give us things to think about. Thanks people can find you on twitter by going to at Laura underscore underscore Boykin and they can send you pictures of their cassava plants. I mean like send me all the things sell fees are team is really good at taking southeast too so you should check that out on our page. That's one of. That's that's a secret talk to. Our success is taking selfies team. Well thank you so much Laura. Thank you all right. That was my interview with Laura. Boykin recorded live at this year's wired twenty five conference. Thank you for listening. If you have any feedback you can find me and my co hosts on twitter. Just check the show notes. We will be back next week with a regular episode Our last episode of the year. In fact come back that it's definitely going to be something special. This show is produced by Boone Ashworth consulting executive producer. Is Alex Cab until next week. Zoom didn't invent videoconferencing. Just made it better now. Zuma's how business gets done. Zoom ties together. All of your communication needs into one easy APP for videoconferencing phone calls group Chat Webinars and your conference. 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IGI Researchers Are Using CRISPR to Reduce Cyanide in Cassava

CRISPR Cuts

26:30 min | 2 months ago

IGI Researchers Are Using CRISPR to Reduce Cyanide in Cassava

"You welcome to the crisper revolution. This is. Chris cuts a podcast dedicated to the world of genome engineering. Take a break and join us as we guide conversations with an expert crisper cast about this cutting edge science like everyone took wrestler guts. Today's episode we're not covering medicine or science communication. It's something different but also equally important will covering chris boden agricultural. So today with us. We have jessica lions and michael gomez and they're going to talk about their work gain casella so when come guys please introduce yourself stewart audience. Hi i'm just. lions staff. scientists. In dan rockstars lab at uc berkeley and the pi of our project at the innovative genomics institute to use crisper to engineer. Cassava without sign wants michael gomez. I'm a postdoctoral scholar in the fast food lab. At the innovative john institute also working jess on cassava and other crops for disease resistance. Thank thanks can you talk a little bit about how you got into this space off. You know either being interested in agriculture and also getting into crisper in agriculture. Now maybe tied with the shirt. I come at this from the end of genomic so i i'd morning on cassava listens twenty twelve and twenty fifteen or something some really interested in using modern genetic approaches to facilitate the improvement of africa crops so As christopher became more of a a more of an option for sava thousand certified segue on into collaborating with golden brian. On using chris burton december. I entered grad school in dozen twelve really strong interest in diseases. How they work how that plays host and at that time crisper urge and it has been a roller coaster. seeing how this technology has been applied. It's been a lot of fun. And i'm excited to apply for disease resistance but also poor consumer safety space. I saw video you buddha. Change the me before. So it's super interesting your project and it would be great if you know you could give a quick overview on what exactly you do. And how you're using. Chris boden kasama still project cassava. Well for those who don't know. Cassava is a really important staple crop for trump. Give a live in the tropics. Around the world bows billion. People in the world rely on it as a staple hasn't starchy tubers roots. That are really great source of calories and sits billion people around the world and about four hundred or five hundred million africans. Forty percent backer. So i was really gordon crop and one issue with the sava though is that the roots contain a precursor of cyanide. When the root is consumed the sign. I could be released body now. When the cassava properly process than cyanide is removed their reasons that that might not be the programs or maybe reason that the person processing cassava take shortcuts or why they might not be able to do the processing. You know pressing couldn't be like sochi for a two-day so if you're starving hot the an for you The processing also falls disproportionately on women. So it's a lot of work. And so that the impetus of our project is to really make gates those no toxic effects of accidental or chronic ingestion of cyanide and also the the work that it requires to press. No i mean how do you dissed the success of your experiments we can measure the cyanide in the roots so we have you know inauguration house we have little bay plants that get up to a few feet tall and we'd Thanks to our colleagues at the danforth center. We have learned that if we put them in small pots. Don't make routes weren't quickly the tourist routes so we have these little sort of mini plans. That have these tourism. We we use a kid that was actually developed by australian national university. Use not for guy thing. I'm to measure cyanide levels in tissues so we take we do we actually measure it. Leaves n risk cyanide. These made in the leaves. So we take a leaf tissue or some root tissue and we put it in a vial base with some For in this paper paper that turns color when it set cyanide knowing you know loop that back off and did a measurement for a spectrophotometer so we know that when we knock out both of the genes retargeting that code to this one enzyme at the beginning of the pathway that we don't detect cyanide in the tissue in the weeks or the roots. That's that's one thing on then. The other thing is of course. Were interested in doing field trials in africa. You know places where people eat cyanide and where it's a it's a you know the closest to a real farmer situation for one thing bears policies that cyanide plays a role in in pass defense these plans so we really need to get them in the field to test whether that is so you know people say plays this role in defense other people say that maybe some of the insects have also involved to get around it so you know really eager to do sort of a phase. Two project work during field. Trials were actively to that. You mentioned that this is largely consumed in across africa. Was that one of the reasons that you chose this project. Did that just happen to come along. And you kind of realize on the way that oh this disproportionately affect people in one continent question. The effects of chronic consumption of sinai are most well documents africa. There aren't really cases. But i think we know of anyway been documented documented. Because you know diseases that affect people in the global south may not be well documented But there's another thing at play here which is like a salvo is native to results must meet result and it was brought to africa thousands of years later and so Even though the southern africa for hundreds of years the processing aids in south america words regionally from are much more sort of catalyzed than So it might be a little more flex in africa and that might have something to do with why these diseases such as this paralytic disease. Konso are really only documented in africa. Mike is there anything you wanted to tell. Just add that has been working with cassava. because i grew up eating Maclagan family. We know it by hundred duca and here the states. They may know it as tapioca get there. Vogel t- So i think not. Everyone may know the name cassava but everyone knows everyone has had this around. I would just add that. I as i mentioned anymore kosovo's from a genetics perspective. Twenty twelve And i've had the pleasure. Collaborating with african scientists cinnabon succeed through those collaborations the importance of this property imports of improving it. More rapidly in context of of climate change and other pressures that people will eat. Cassava are under distinct. So are there. Active studies on being done in africa digits. Try in a basically get rid of the stocks in on similar on me be balanced released. You have been working on a arne. I studies maybe fifteen years ago or so where they showed that. By targeting the same that we're targeting that are the first step this bio synthetic pathway that they were able to reduce the cyanide cassava. But of course aren't i is a knockdown knockout strategy and we are using crisper as you know two completely knocked out these jews in a stable and heritable way and so yes sir following on where the others have dining and that's the great thing about science right other people figured out who stay the by synthetic pathway and showed that the cyanide precursors made in the leaves transported to the roots and where as always standing on the shoulders of giants. That's exciting. I mean is Yeah that's true on was projects and these building on. What's no but it's to really exciting to secrets for being used in this particular project. I'm curious that since this blind is largely as you said that the documented aspects of cyanide poisoning a nod as much in the us. Do you foresee lake regulatory or like just convincing people about why this is important in the first place so just a touch on the first thing he said i. The reason people aren't getting poisoned by chronic sinus infection. Us is not is is a few few. Fold this poisoning. That people can get these gets really disease of poverty for people who are relying on cassava pre dominantly of meeting completely for calories and then also as i mentioned taking those shortcuts are are just not being able to process it completely so those of us in the us for example on those of us that eat plenty of protein protein helps your body toxic cyanide and then probably eating. We're probably not just eating only cassava right so i'm confident that these starting system. Us but right so one word thinking about other countries and we're thinking about multiple countries. Of course that may want Where we may want to introduce anything. We want to introduce. Our new cassava varieties Yes i would think about regulatory hurdles also the acceptance angle. And you know that's just developing so rapidly. We have to see how how things work out on. Mike was just telling me about some new developments in nigeria. Would you care to share about that. Regulatory world is quite dynamic when it comes to regulations for transgenic crops. We would call. Gmo's that continues to be preferred the world however small crisper at spoke. We're doing That are king to acquire through traditional breeding those may not be regulated as jails and so countries like united states colombia argentina. Australia brazil. they've adopted that regulatory approach. And recently i read an article showing that nigeria has issued some gene editing guide. Lonza function similarly. The idea. there is that right if it's a. It's gene editing. Crop that has a transgenic set in it as automate dude. Because that's not for editing raised the crisper scenery the knit will be regulated as a as a ge crop but if it doesn't have that machinery doesn't have the trans. Jean anne transplants than it would not and that's exciting. I mean we at gi are working on non-transgenic approaches to genome Him for crops. That they do crossing where you know were there to or. They're doing crossing cross out any transients right then. It would be regularly as chief up for cassava a little more complicated I don't think we had got to that yet here today. But cassava is to be vegetative propagated so people take a stem cutting few media footmen were public- panch and you just put it in the ground and water. Whatever and then you'll get another salva plant and the beauty of it is if you have a cassava plant or to celebrate you really like with whole complement of trades do light than when you propagate it this way. You'll get another cassava plants. That's the same had the same tree Draw for that can be that cassava. We don't have like inbred lines way. Some amis would and so subsequently headers. I guess if you try to do conventional breeding with it on which people do of course. It's arduousness on time when you do across the offspring or not going to have the same trades as the parents because better is to gossiping while the traits events serves grown up in the air. Don't land the saying But what i want to get to is. That's why cassava is such a great candidate for genome editing. Because we can do the genetic thing and then with out and because it's so precise that we're not disturbing other traits right so in our case were disturbing this this one pathway. We can do it and find the preferred varieties that you don't like the way they taste or the texture disease resistance and we can stock it with other traits and then that is why we do need to get to the the dna three or the transplant. Three approaches if regulation like this is a factor. But it you know like mike. Seven developing really fast depends on the country. Even people think of europe as of anti gmo. But you really not a monolith and africa. Everything's developing really quickly major is at the forefront and we'll just have to see even places they don't have the five safety laws in place to allow our lisa genome editing crops. Deal trouser so possible. So maybe the pitches in pudding and it just add toward that goal of transitioning crops innovative genomics institute With regards to sell the other plants. They're exploring transient expression of the crisper system. And also nanoparticle delivery that way. We can deliver the chris system in there have the mutation that were opened four and no other footprint. No that's you know it's interesting because you mentioned some of these methods of one wish it was also around. You know the experimental part of working on this. What are the specific challenges of using. Chris burton plants. Because you know we know. A lot from excel culture aspects of mammalian cells and that those are protocols are pretty established and are there any specific challenges that you faced are facing direct to kind of woodward in using crisper so the challenge that we continue to improve upon as efficiency delivery into plant cells as partner than the males because they are wrapped around by a cell wall and so we have to get created. we can use acrobat. Cheer you this is a true. It's a tool for a very long time that delivered. dna in using it delivered christopher system in there The real challenge right now. He's improving upon the transgenic minutes. There are a lot of tools you publications coming out all the time very creative ways to do so and we're implementing the Excited i would. I would just add to that. That and correct me if i'm wrong. Man the challenge for doing gene editing in plants is it really specific to the united. It's more specific to getting ambulant tissue having a healthy and regenerating it back into whole plants so these are technical challenges that are not specific to christopher christopher. Great you get the crisper in there you know it tends to make it tends to make them where we want to make them you know. We haven't done any evidence that is making them anywhere else But it's really just the the of artisanal approach you have to take to this very delicate tissue in culture no willeke. We have wonderful transformation facility at agi and great turkish project And it's just it's just. It requires a lot of skill patients labor for that part. Just like to touch on the impact of christopher's had agricultural space. It's made precision breeding agriculture. Faster easier and cheaper to do Making targeted mutation section. Nothing new for years. Scientists have been using zinc finger nucleus talents to make targeted mutations. But these protein complexes can be quite cumbersome to assemble with crisper. The only thing that needs to be changes at twenty degree ties of arne edition targeting multiple sites or multiplexing that requires just another guy a and not a whole other protein complex. It's faster easier cheap just expanding further down the road but there's variety of different cassava cultivars are just they're different dogs of rice start and it's working to maintain a diversity For disease resistance and also for cultural cousins and so right now we're working with an emerging You different cultivars of cassava that we feel would do quite well in the field And down the road. It would be great to expand to other ones. Give them disease resistance or cyanide or other. That's one of the points that you mentioned before about how this particularly is more of an issue with In positions that use the staple diet and it's related to poverty as will kind of reminds me of a similar case of food liggett. Toxins that avoided. It's the lighter fluid toxin and they're also really affects people if they are if they don't have a balanced diet before they have juice. And if they are starring or something. So it's bain distinct that how this aspect plays in. Do you know see food poisoning. And that is being considered. So i'm curious to know one dino of more such projects that one just involve foodsafety off even going beyond that just on the other improvements that are being done in agriculture. Right now say there are work to generate hypoallergenic plants There was one collaboration between spain. And the us to generate logan and another work out of the hunan agricultural university in china to reduce cadmium accumulation in rice and being a highly toxic metal cause cancer to the problems then just expanding to other crop improvement projects. Here the idei. We are working for the resistance For example trying to generate disease-resistant cow Also in another lab cassini cressey levin's working to create novel plant interceptors perceived resistance another big direction for the innovative genomics institute is climate change resistance and climate change mitigation crops so for example richard dodds down enrolled into a sugar. Pine tree genes in drought and temperature stress. So there's a lot of potential accrues browser. Yeah has already served touched time this conversation. There's a lot of innovations with delivery so the gold particles environment of the reverend protein part of goals. And then also people are already doing. -nology directed prepared implants. Even those a case of for people who don't know mogae derek repair yard where you can swap in your secrets your desired sequence so instead like what we're doing here is we're making edits are choosing a liles that are gonna cause a premature stop and brick basically break the gene you could instead using yard swap in differently over of jeans. Swap in promoter All of those sorts of things are saying we're technically challenging but people are doing them already to expand little further weakness effort to reduce citing. Salva is not only about health impacts. I can also be environment. In the processing of kosovo's industrial side can escape into the wastewater at local animal life. Plant life and look at it. From an economic perspective you can reduce the cost process saleh at all levels that rebate. Really be of own To everyone involved absolutely. I think that you know all these. Examples are super inspiring. I'm going to read up a little bit more. I did know about the editing in cal that project for sure of others are equally exciting so looking forward to do more reading on that Engine you know. I know this. The space is just exploding right now with tons of opportunity for using chris boden engineering engine bill for all these improvements so say five years down the line. What are your expectations Radio see say the future agricultural with with all these explosive washing well for our project five years down the line. I would love to say that. We had results of field trials. We had filled traffic. That's what i really wanna see That's what really drives me And also to have the non turn shine parts of it will be a little more versatile or release Boss as far as it's really exciting. I think it'll probably be easier. Quicker probably you know. Mike's working on like some new promoters for example to drive a podcast nine and Yeah i mean. The bottom line is that especially in the context of climate change. We really need to releasing new varieties of plants that are better adapted to this teaching climate And all the things that come with it. So for example in cassava climate change is causing increased. Drought higher drought or drought caused this higher levels of the cyanide in the plants so that's just one example of quite the opposite us clamoring responsibly. So i would love to see if i even at five years. That there's also these pipelines in place for releasing new varieties at least respond to climate change a technical Advancement that a lot of scientists would like is the improvement of precise editing so for example drag repair. Hdr at it's time it's pretty straightforward and easy to make a mutation where you wanted but you have much governance for what that the be and so with new tool such as christopher prime eddie it's yar begin crew upon that would be okay. Yeah absolutely I do have one fun question for both of you You know to end this amazingly interesting zone. So if you want i was doing science would would you be doing miami impression college. Actually and there was definitely a time. When i was studying abroad at paris where i was like one day. I'll be like a a translator. Living in paris you know needing pastries in progress us french. There are certainly is money back. Speak french so and other researchers. So i just come back around with devante okay. Yeah that's a great backup plan. You know yeah what about. You might stepping away from the science. That's my heart. If i could loved to travel the world eat all the food everywhere taste every of maybe i could be a food critic of our criticize on a show like a travel food show buried who loses really good yes. That's that's a great one with kobe. Really bad but then hopefully moving forward that that's a good backup one to have. Yeah great times. Thank you both of you for joining today and taking the time really enjoy learning about language. Thanks for listening to crisper cuts. 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Black Pumas - Colors

Song Exploder

18:30 min | 10 months ago

Black Pumas - Colors

"You're listening to song explorer where musicians take apart their songs and piece by piece tell the story of how they were made. My name is Rashid way. Song exploiter brought to you by progressive saving money on your car insurance is easy with progressive. It's an average savings of seven hundred, ninety, six dollars for customers who switch and save. In fact, customers can qualify for an average of six discounts on their auto policy with progressive discounts just restarting quote online or having multiple vehicles on their policy get a quote online at Progressive Dot Com and see how much you could be saving national average annual car insurance savings by new customers surveyed who saved with progressive in two thousand, nineteen discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. Was Formed in Austin Texas in two thousand seventeen when singer Eric Burton met producer Adrian Cassava their self titled Debut was released in June two, thousand nineteen and got the Grammy Nomination for best new artist. In this episode, they break down their hit song colors which Eric started writing ten years ago when he was first learning, how to play guitar. Evade. Taming My name is Eric Burton and I sing and write music for the Black Komo's. I wrote colors probably a little bit over ten years ago. At the time I was leading praise and worship at this CRESPI -tarian. Church in the hymnal music. Doing it for me at the level that I was. Kind of yearning for to happen. I loved experiencing the beautiful hymns in the Air Music for what it was, but I wasn't attracted that much to sing those songs over and over again before creating my own. I always wanted to see like what him might sound like from Eric Burden. When the song first came to me, I was taking a nap on my uncle's drew top actually and I was having such a great day. The weather was great. The sunset looked pretty amazing. As it always does a New Mexico. Anyway I was just singing to W- you know exactly what I saw. Not. I. Beta, blue. WE I. When I get up off this. He's back Danny. The Sky there is among some of the most beautiful skies at ever seen in my entire life. I was trying to speak to what you know to what helped me to feel connected to God. And to my highest south. The. Baby. Baby. Sisters. Back, no. It was just a classical guitar and vocals before meeting Adrian. Casado, moved to Austin. My Name is Adrienne could lead guitarist and producer Black Pumas. We met in two thousand seventeen at the time I head recorded a bunch of instrumentals that I wanted somebody to write songs too. But I had been asking a lot of friends around the world like Hey I wanna start this thing and WanNa. Kinda. Work with somebody who would be a singer and Songwriter Yada Yada in kind of throw out names in email me suggestions we met through a mutual friend of ours whose name is Brian Ray. I. Said You know anybody 'cause he's a producer himself and he was like Oh. Yeah. You gotTa Try Eric Burton, and I remember him saying that's the best thing I've ever worked with I was doing solo gigs around town and I had worked with a few other people before and I really wasn't finding the sound that I really wanted. So I started building my own studio and I just started learning how to do it myself, and so during that time I'm like man I don't know of I wanNA talk to anymore producers man I. Don't know who this guy is but I ended up looking up Adrian's track record and I realized that it would have been kind of silly not to hit him back. So I did at first he came in here writing songs to these instrumentals that I had, and once we came together and we started recording I think we both just found that we just loved doing it together. We kind of looked at each other like man, there's musical chemistry here for sure and that's when we. We kinda became Blackpool's then I started sharing with him like, Hey, I got a catalog of material here actually, but I didn't share it with him at first I'm like Oh. Maybe I think I'm GonNa save colors for me and I just realize that hey, if this guy is as passionate and loves the music as much as I do and if colors is fitting for this project that we're starting together then. By all means man I just gave him full access. I do remember the day that he pulled it out and play that it was just like this Oh crap reaction that I had. Because I. Got All my baby. House Cutler's. Oma because my sister's. Bre Turn. My initial reaction was like that's a hit you know and that sounds like a cliche producer guy music biopic but I mean that was what I heard. I'm like Oh my God that's like a song that you hear once in your singing it back. We recorded it in my studio here in Austin Texas. Eric Played Electric Guitar on that. Something that Eric doesn't quite get enough credit for sometimes is the way he plays guitar. There's so much nuance and rhythmic feeling in the way he plays in it's so unique. And I remember Tony People like his rhythm guitar part at the beginning is a hook already. So we can't like step all over that. You know we have to spread out that arrangement to let that breathe. So Steve Drummer came up with this super spar speed. I remember myself in our keyboard player. We're just doing like downbeat cords just to really let his guitar. Breath. Long. So we're just providing like rhythmic bounce. But there's something about electric piano in two guitars that sometimes. Frequency wise. They're kind of swimming in the same area. So it's hard for one to cut through and I really wanted it to cut through. I used to really like the he played on Acoustic. Guitars. I remember telling and we should go you record that and see what it does. So we went and re recorded the COOSA Guitar and. The Guitar under. Take. The. You, take me to the other side. The other side can mean from light to darkness or from happiness to sadness, and when you got the blues, you just got the blues and so. I want to be taken to the other side where the baby blues birds flying. To encourage them that in gray clouds and white walls blue skies we going fly. So feel right. In. Gray. Clouds. Robes. Fly Philo. Like when we feel all right now we're going ooh. ooh. That Lou part that GONNA try to sing. The strings plug it is well not going. Sam. Now I didn't know for sure if we were GONNA add strings to colors. But I had strings on the initial instrumentals before I even met Eric and you know I definitely wanted to have somewhat consistent sonic tonal Palette on the whole album and We were on tour in Colorado and I remember we went and found a studio and we went and added Violin. The very beginning of the song where he says, I, woke up to the morning Sky I. There's a little wrinkle. In. A little were that ran through my role in Space Echo, which is a tape delay because he always told me the story of how he wrote it in. Imagined him literally waking up and lighting this like smoke offering to the gods I thought I was doing the coolest thing of all time but nobody ever notices it. WOKE UP TO THE MON and Sky Those Baby, blue, just like we used. He's a great improviser you know in there is something that like these little kind of inbetween yells that he does. There's really like a lot of magic in those they were. They were in the moment. You know they weren't like that wasn't scripted. Up My family's. Your smell. My sisters and my. Favorite Angela Miller was a backup singer and she was part of a group called. The sole supporter is, which is her and and Lawrence. Avantis. So we brought lowering in as well to have two voices to have ladies sing the chorus part with me that choir sound Oh my goodness. Because of where the song came from in the first place it was just so appropriate to have those black voices singing in a way that was reflective of what I would here in Church sometimes so. I remember Angelo one time at a rehearsal. She would sing that and she said to me like this church. I seen that and I, feel like you know the spiritual moment. I would say that my love for songwriting definitely started in the church and I'd have to blame that on my family ashore when I was younger I didn't like going I didn't WanNa go to Church I. Didn't want to go to choir and then I saw that my little brother was hidden candy because he was in choir and the older women thought he was just so cute. It encouraged me just to kind of get into my grandma's request. And when I did the praise aspects of it was always my favorite part of it because when you're in song and you're trying to reach that state of bliss that is coming from wanting to read something a little bit higher to grasp something that you can't quite put into words that was developed in my songwriting was my earnestness to grasp that thing that I knew I would never fully comprehend. When I wrote colors is started with me trying to get to God myself. But then it was to see about how I could connect universally with everyone from all walks of life. Because it's not an exclusive thing. To, me God is the poetry in nature. All of these things that we experience that we take in with all our senses. That has got to me. and. Now here's colors by Black Pumas in its. Entirety. I woke up. Ground. into the Brown. Brown Downtown. A. Mind Baby. Wars. Suspect. Claw. Is. Won't. Matter. Berman. A Walk. Visit Song. Exploded dot net to learn more about Black Pumas. You'll also find links to buy or stream the song and you can watch the music video for it. This episode is sponsored by. Media makers of the new podcast festival circuit on Festival Circuit New Orleans, you can hear the story of New Orleans Music told by the musicians writers and fans who helped make the culture unique. The podcast explores what it is that makes music in New Orleans so special from the history of the city to the creation and evolution of jazz fest to the culture you can't find anywhere else check it out today at oh, Cyrus pod dot com slash Nola, or search for festival circuit wherever you get your podcasts. Song, exploded is made by me riquet share way with producer Christian koons production assistant would and illustrator. Carlos Letterman. 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055 - Cassava Sciences' NOVEL mechanism for Alzheimer's

Breaking Biotech

20:51 min | 1 year ago

055 - Cassava Sciences' NOVEL mechanism for Alzheimer's

"What's up everybody? Welcome break in biotech. Thank you for being with me here today. My name is Matt and you like the Channel. You can help it out. By clicking the like or subscribe button you can also help out the channel by leaving a review. Wherever you listen to this podcast. So I'm glad to be back and thanks again. Everybody I really do appreciate support. I've been getting the numbers have been growing quite substantially lately. So please continue to tell friend today. We're going to talk about cassava sciences and Alzheimer's Disease Cassava. Themselves are quite a small company. But they've seen a pretty substantial increase in valuation lately so we're GONNA touch on their pre clinical data the face to a data. They released late last fall. And then we're going to move on to my suspicions for the upcoming data released that they're going to have. And then we're GONNA finish up with a twenty nineteen recap and then a portfolio review for the last week. So that's the plan for today and with that let's just get right into it. So Cassava Sciences Ticker Symbol S. A. V. A. They closed on Friday the tenth of January eight dollars and fifteen cents a share giving them evaluation of one hundred and forty million dollars and like I said I think it was about a month ago. They were trading about one dollar in change so they have increased quite a bit lately but I think there is some good justification for that. But we'll talk about that a little bit later. The companies formerly known as pain Therapeutics Ticker P. T. i. e. and they were trying to develop a drug called Moxie which is an extended release oxycodone and they were developing this as a means to deter abuse in patients but they ran into a lot of trouble with the FDA just not seeing eye to eye on how this drug would be beneficial to patient so the company ended up dropping development of the drug. They rebranded themselves as a neuroscience company with a focus on Alzheimer's disease so the company in their pipeline have a single molecule as well as a diagnostic test related to Alzheimer's disease. But in this talk today. I'm just going to talk about their molecule and its potential in Alzheimer's disease but before we get into that we first need to touch on Alzheimer's disease and so for those who don't know Alzheimer's is a chronic nerve degenerative disease symptoms of the disease include things like disorientation language problems mood swings of motivation as well as behavioral issues the risk factors so this disease. Because we don't really know what causes it. They include things like family history history of head injuries. Depression hypertension. So it's all this conglomerate of things that we don't know why they contribute to it but we do know that they do one of the issues with Alzheimer's diagnosis is often delayed. Because the symptoms are mistaken for normal aging. We know that the disease mechanism is not understood. Very well I touched on this and other video so put a playlist together for everybody who wants to look at that. I've talked a lot about Baijian in their attempt to effect Alzheimer's by modifying Amyloid Beta. And how that hasn't worked out very well but for our purposes today. This is interesting because it's a different mechanism. So we know that amyloid Beta is able to bind to receptors on neurons. And somehow this leads to hyper phosphorylation of Tau and what we're GonNa see later is that you can alter this relationship through chemical means and this might lead to an improvement in the disease. So we're GONNA touch on that but there are multiple different hypotheses around how Alzheimer's develops and we still don't really know. What the primary mechanism is the treatments. That exist today. Don't alter the course of the disease. But they do effect this symptoms that are present so dinette. Brazil which has been approved for a long time isn't a CDL as inhibitor. And that seems to prevent a lot of the negative effects of Alzheimer's other treatments that have been around for a little while now. Amanda Dean and maintain our an MD a receptor antagonists and these also seem to help patients as well. Now when it comes to the size of the market of Alzheimer's currently twenty six point six million people worldwide. They're diagnosed five. Point eight million people here in the USA and this number seems to be increasing as the demographics are such that. The baby boomers are now in that age where it's more common to get diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. I have here on the right. An estimate of the revenue that's been generated from previously approved Alzheimer's drugs. The one of most notable importance is air set and that reached a peak of three point. Five billion dollars in sales and that was in two thousand nine and two thousand ten. The sum of all four of these drugs in the revenue was six point. Five billion dollars in two thousand nine. So there's obviously a huge market potential here for a disease modifying drug and another thing. We need to consider that a drug that can change the course of the disease. Mike Garner premium even more than what was charged by the company that developed air said. So let's talk about cassava scientists main molecule. Which IS P T? I one to five. And this is a drug. That's able to bind to a protein called a when it's in a special confirmation and I'll talk about that in a second. But the role filament a is to act as a scaffold protein and this is a very important function because often proteins are just hanging around in. The site is all randomly and they need to be brought together in order to mediate. The deduction of a signal so filming is one of various different scaffold. Proteins IN THE CELL. And it's been characterized as bringing ninety different proteins together to mediate the function of a signal through a cell. And I know it's very broad but you think about all the different pathways. The different ways that cells can communicate through these means so film and just one version of that and the hypothesis is that amyloid Beta outside of the cell binds to the Alpha seven NICOTINIC acetylcholine receptor. And when it does this recruits filming a on the inside of the cell altering its confirmation in mediating dysfunctional signaling one of the consequences of this pathway. Here through amyloid. Beta and this Alpha seven nicotinic receptor is that it leads to hyper phosphorylation of Tau. So this is how we go back to the amyloid hypothesis and the Tau Hypothesis. That apparently through this relationship amyloid Beta is able to affect hyper phosphorylation of Tau and lead to the deleterious effects associated with amyloid Beta. Now what does is it binds to fill them in a when it's in that confirmation that's enabled by the binding of amyloid. Beta to the Alpha seven nicotinic receptor and when P. T? I BINDS TO FILM IN. A it's able to fix. Its confirmation such that there is no dysfunctional signaling and it prevents Tau phosphorylation. There's another mechanism that involves CD fourteen. The toll like receptor four and neuro inflammation. But I'm not gonNA talk about that. The ability of one to five to effect this amyloid Beta hyper phosphorylation of Tau is probably the primary mechanism in which it has any effect at all. So that's the premise. On which the company has developed this drug further. And I'll talk about a little bit of evidence that suggests that this is true so I'm showing here some Western blot data from the lab. That developed this drug. And what they did here is they took human hippocampus. They treat it with amyloid. Beta with or without. Pti One to five for a certain amount of time and what they saw was when they treated the hippocampus with amyloid Beta. We see this big increase in Tau phosphorylation which you can see here and for those just listening to take my word for it but then when they treat it as well with PT. I one to five. We see dose dependent decrease in the amount of phosphorylation and nitro cessation of town. So this suggests that P t two five is able to disturb that relationship between amyloid. Beta the office seven nicotinic receptor and phosphorylation of Tau thus hopefully preventing Alzheimer's disease and some of the cognition effects that are associated with that. So this was just done in vitro now I WANNA move to the face to a data that they showed in late fall last year. And we'll see whether or not there was an effect in actual living humans. So the first thing they did was Pharmacokinetics looked at how the drug behaves when it's placed into humans and this drug is taken Twice daily one hundred milligram doses and what they saw here. I mean at least for pharmacokinetics. You're looking for whether or not the drug is able to stay in somebody's system for certain amount of time. You want to make sure that it is in fact absorbed in that there is an appropriate dosing schedule that can exist if there was any accumulation of the drug that occurred between day one and day. Twenty eight and that didn't seem to be the case the drug seems to behave similarly whether they're being dosed on the first day or on. Day Twenty Eight. So that's good to see we'll see that the half life is still around twelve hours either way so this dosing schedule suggests that the drug is around and if it will have an effect it should have that effect given these parameters. They're only looking here when it comes to the biomarker data at a change from baseline today twenty eight. And I'm GonNa talk about this timeline later because I think it's relevant when we get to the cognition effects that we're looking forward to seeing in the face to data but basically here what we see is the levels of Tau levels of a Beta Neuro. Filmon light chain neuro granted as well as this protein Y. K. L. Forty. And what we see across the board except for a Beta is that in the CSF as well as the plasma. There's a pretty substantial decrease in the levels of these proteins. We see that in a Beta. There's an increase in CSF as well as the plasma and it's a little bit of a strange correlation but actually an increase in the level of CSF a Beta correlates to a decrease inside of cells or inside the interstitial space. So that's actually a beneficial thing to see if you look at the individual patients here. It makes it a little easier to see the data but pretty much across the board. Every patient responded relatively well. There's two patients in the Beta frame where we see that in fact there. Csf A Beta decreased which is not a good thing that means that there's increasing amounts of a Beta inside the cells inside the interstitial space to look at the data data on its own. I'M GONNA blow this up a little bit and we can see here that except for those two patients everybody else increase the levels of a Beta in the CSF which is a beneficial thing. If you're trying to lower Alzheimer's disease looking at plasma biomarkers so the same thing but just instead of cf they looked in plasma and it was a little more mixed but in general the trend was going in the right direction. Not GonNA spend too much more time on that. And they also saw that plasma a Beta increased and I think that this relationship is less tenuous than the CSF relationship the levels of Beta inside the cell but this does go in the proper direction they also looked at cytokines given the effects of PT are one to five on neuro inflammation and these didn't see a very huge effect but did kind of go in the right direction. So that's also good to see and then they also showed this western blot data and what they were looking at specifically is in plasma. They wanted to see whether or not Tau phosphorylation or nitrous. Latian was decreased after dosing now. Western blot is not a very quantifiable way to look at these things but it does give us some insight into it but to add to take with a grain of salt since I personally did a lot of work using this technique in my in my past life but basically my issue with it especially with plasma samples is that it's tough to normalize because you need to make sure that the amount you put in is compared to a standard and hear what they used as their standard is tau when it came to the phosphorylation but we don't really know what to compare. Tau To and some people like to use proteins like albumen is just a metric to show. How much was added to each well and they didn't really show that here which. I don't like a lot but what they're showing here. Is that day twenty eight. They happen to see a significant decrease in Tau as well as the phosphorylation of town and nitrous Latian. I'll leave it at that but this is the face to a data and I think in general it does show that. Pti One to five seems to have an effect within twenty eight days to lower these markers associated with Alzheimer's disease. Now want to move onto the bear case because there is a argument to be made that this is just noise and that there is no actual effect going on here and one of the things I found particularly interesting is that apparently there have been partial agonists or positive Alistair modulators of the Alpha seven nicotinic receptor and these have failed in clinical trials. And you would assume that if you can influence the The interaction between Amyloid Beta end. This receptor you might have a case for improving Alzheimer's disease now the way the disease progress happens binding of a Beta to the office. Seven nicotinic receptor can occur at Fenton Molar concentrations and what that means is that the binding is very very tight and if an antibody comes around that has less affinity to the receptor than a Beta treating patients. Later in the disease might not influence the course of the disease at all. So that's a caveat were actually. Pti One to five might be a benefit here but it would have been nice to see some validation of this target by previous trials. Another thing to keep in mind. Is that filming a is later in the signaling pathway so there might be other targets amyloid. Beta that can cause disease as well. Another thing is that most of the preclinical data was generated from the same lab. Which you don't love to see maybe I'm just suspicious of academia but it would have been nice to see some validation of this pre clinical data from an completely unrelated laboratory. Although I must say that the company themselves have been making a case obviously through their face one in their face to a data to show that there is something going on here but it is something to keep in mind and then the last thing is that the face to be data as well as the two eight data is only twenty eight day treatment. And is this truly long enough to see in effect and then finally the plasma That we see here is suggestive of something going on. But it's not a definitive indication of an effect here. So that's something also to keep in mind now. In terms of cavaliers the recent increase in the stock has been triggered by the insider buying of a director and his name is Robert Sanford. He's bought one million dollars worth of stock at two dollars and twenty cents and this really triggered a big rush of retail investors of buying the stock and it touched ten for awhile in his back down to eight in change but this insider buying is very encouraging to everybody and we saw actually. This was after the data was released when the phase two eight data released. Initially there wasn't a big move in the stock and increased a little bit but people weren't entirely convinced and then once they saw that this Roberts Hanford character star buying everybody kind of jumped in and that was that so the next catalyst is the release of face to be data which is going to occur in twenty twenty. It says but it's likely to happen in Q. Two this year the primary endpoint is again these. Csf biomarkers they want to validate the phase two data. But there's also a secondary endpoint which is going to include cognitive function. So obviously everybody's much more interested in cognitive function because that's going to be the primary endpoint for a future trial that's going to be very important for them to file an NDA. Now the current cash is sitting at seventeen million dollars their net cash that is as I said. They're trading at a market cap of one hundred and forty billion dollars. So right now. They're getting this relatively generous evaluation. All things considered but they're operating expenses are only three point three million whereas in two thousand eighteen they were five point nine million so they're not burning a ton of cash but obviously if they were to try to take this phase three their expenses and increase substantially and they would need to raise money to fund that somehow so given all this. My verdict is that I'm not taking a position and the reason for that is i. Think the Twenty Eight Day. Timeframe is just too short to see any significant effects on cognition. I looked through a bunch of different phase. Two trials and the length of the trials vary tremendously. You see some where they go up to fifty two weeks somewhere. It's just twenty four and there are a couple of them that only twenty eight days but part of me likes the short term trial to see the differences in biomarkers but for cognition. I really think you need a longer timeframe so the way I'm GonNa play this in the future is. I'm not going to take a position now. I think that the secondary endpoint is going to be a failure but because it's a secondary endpoint I think the difference is they're gonNA see in biomarkers in the SF are going to be able to justify doing another trial which is going to be a lot longer and more extensive with more patients and here they are more likely to see in effect on cognition and so after this face to be data is released. Adding the stock will decline on that failed secondary end point. But I think that's going to be buying opportunity because when they do this longer term trial they're likely to see cognition because it's going to be more extensive more patients in. It'll be long enough where patients can actually see in effect. So that's what I'm going to decide when to take a position but I do think the company is exciting. So I'm happy. I got the chance to take a look at the data. So that's what I have cassava sciences. Let me know what you think. Lead me comment and tell me where I'm wrong now. In terms of what's upcoming the J. P. Morgan Thirty Eighth Annual Healthcare Conference is coming up starting on the thirteenth of January There's a ton going on almost every biotech company that's worth talking about is going to be presenting their so. I'M GONNA be keeping an eye out on that. We did almost run into a war with Iran. This doesn't have too many impacts on the biotech sector specifically but it is kind of risk off event where people don't feel comfortable holding risky assets like biotechs but it seems like war has been averted. So we'll we'll see how the fallout does occur over that but I think right. Now it's It's more looking at the economy. The trade deal things like that. I'm keeping our for the AMION. Pdf A which is in late January twenty twenty and we have not seen any updates so far and then I have a list of biotech companies so with that I want to touch on a two thousand nineteen wrap up and I'm showing that here on my screen. I finished up the year at fourteen point. Five percent and this is about half of what the X. P. I did but you know sometimes it just works out like that and I think my biggest loser for the whole year was bluebird as well as the Nash Socks. They also did pretty terrible on a percent basis though. I think mercker was the one that took the cake and hopefully they can figure out that clinical hold. That's going on the overall win. I think from a from a total amount is ammon and then from a percentage standpoint was clear side even though they're currently my biggest loser. So that's a twenty nineteen overall pretty good year pretty Pretty happy with that but excited for twenty twenty now so as of the beginning of the year so far clear side is taken quite a decline from where it closed on December thirty first but I still like a long-term the moves that I did make I bought catalyst bio when it was six change to lower my cost basis a bit and I still liked them so overall sitting at around negative to for the year so far but it is early days in terms of volatility we signed increase in expected volatility in the experts in the IB be. And I think that's entirely due to the J. P. Morgan Conference so definitely keep an eye out on that. Keep an eye out of your favorite company importantly because there could be some big things that get announced during this conference and with that everybody. I WanNa thank you all so much again for watching or listening please leave alike or subscribe and Tele Friend and I'm going to wrap it up there but thanks again. 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Ep 318 - Leoa e Presa, Candeeiro que me ignora, Mulher no Tinder

Túnel de vento

16:43 min | 7 months ago

Ep 318 - Leoa e Presa, Candeeiro que me ignora, Mulher no Tinder

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Bad News Bears

Fantasy Focus Baseball

54:10 min | 1 year ago

Bad News Bears

"I go spaceport social now. Let's go. That's great that was signatures that age. Coc kroft seeing the theme song to today's movie edition of the fantasy. Focus Baseball podcasts. It's Thursday may fourteenth twenty twenty s Tristan Cassava produces on Eric and ESPN staff writer. Julie joins US each Thursday talk baseball movies and today's chapter is bad. News bears from nineteen seventy sixty original with Walter Matthau tatum. O'neal I loved it and June. Let's get right to it because I'm under the impression that you were not You didn't know much about this movie. And so perhaps today yes so I had a vague sense of what the storyline was just. Because I'm a baseball writer and people talk about this at the ballpark right But I literally finished watching it about five minutes before I hopped onto this call. I only seen the Billy Bob Thornton version on on cable reruns and so this is like my first jumping in and Eric had really hyped. It up I'd heard from a lot of people expected it to be very very good and honestly it totally exceeded my expectations for movie. Like made in nineteen seventy six the fact that like holds up on a human level to this degree I think is incredibly impressive and the story is just great. It's just like a great heartwarming comedy. Movie it's just like it's a great feel good in all the best ways and it combines the love that a lot of people have baseball it made me feel nostalgic for for my own little league days remembering all the errors that happening the fields when you play in little league and all the throws and all the frustration that comes with Youth Baseball. I thought this movie. It was such a great encapsulation of dislike the frustrations of Youth and Youth Baseball and strolling to win. And also just you know the the Walter Matthau storyline is is is great and he's Hilarious in this movie I was I was incredibly impressed. This is one of my favorite baseball movies now. So far Christon muting the movie for I presume Do you need to watch it and Do you still feel the same way that maybe you might have twenty thirty years ago I did. I also joined in the train of watching it again this morning and it was probably the at least a dozen times now. I've seen this original one. It's the first baseball movie I ever watched. And I'm realizing that I- whiffed in a big way by not putting this in my top five. I had a list of six or seven movies that I felt. Were very strong. Candidates had to exclude some. And in retrospect I regret having done that because I have a lot more appreciation re watching it now and it's been so long since the point that I'd seen it. It's not something that you can very easily find him and you can find it any of the streaming services but it's truly enjoyable that covers a wide array as June. Said it does take you through a lot of the ups and downs of Youth Baseball and those bring back good memories and bad memories from touched all those and I love the classical music. I really do. That's why I wanted to sing that. Little intro there is just that I enjoyed the fact that they applied that as the soundtrack to the movie. Not In your top five. Expose I with book. Never want when I know but frankly I can make the case. It belongs at number one of my own list of I did it today and submitted it again when I saw it as the first baseball movie I did. It was a time when I was playing. Youth Baseball. Didn't enjoy seeing those. You know obsessive parent coaches and the ups and downs emotions. How do you identified with the players is what you're saying right and I didn't like that it it brought? It brought some bad personal memories at the time but watching it today. It's a different perspective. You Remember Your First Baseball movie remember. I basketball movie for soccer movie. I mean who remembers her. First Baseball movie. And what kind of little were you guys. That's the other thing. I have a question so like when I'm watching this movie like I was a kind of little leaguer who actually got hit by pitches into walks. I didn't swing the bat that much. I was really good defender and our take walks and I would run around the basis that I was fast but I never hit home runs where you guys grew in little league. I was good up until high school and then I stopped growing. So I'm I'm I'm five seven but I was tall basically through middle school through harder than everyone else. I threw curveballs earlier. And then my arm fell apart in high school and then I stopped growing. So I've seen both. I've both been like a League all-star and a highschool venture. I was a little like you eric. I I was the hit by pitch and walk. I was on base percentage player and we played in an era where nobody cared about walks and hit by pitches. They didn't want you on the team if you did that. Even though I probably had one of the top five on base percentage on every team I was on. I wasn't a good player. I was terribly slow. That was a huge negative thing for me because I couldn't cover field positions and have the range and I couldn't really leg out ground balls like you needed to do and little league. Let's talk more about bad. News bears now. Sorry in June already mentioned. I think it's a good movie. We all agree It flat holds up is entertaining. It's a motivate makes you feel and personally one of my favorite parts is that it doesn't end with them winning the championship. Now there is an alternate ending to the movie. For those who through the years of righted know about it The alternate ending has them winning the game? I love the fact that they don't win. The game and now is established in nineteen seventy six. You think like how could that movie back then but the squirrel is runs the ninth inning. Kelly gets the big hit and he's out at home plate. It's the perfect ending. And then when they're throwing beer and champagne on themselves and throwing the trophy at the other guys. That's a great a great ending to a baseball movie June. And there's almost nothing like it. Where movie ends that way. The thing that I really loved about the ending is that they lose. And then they're kind of defiant right because at the beginning of the movie they started quitters. Because that's the example That that Morris butter maker sets for the kids he wants to forfeit the game and so they come the next day and they all want to quit. And that's the beginning of the turning point of the movie where we start to see the progress in the in the team and so seeing the kids at the end of the movie. Be Super defiant and be like it doesn't matter that you guys have trophy through the trophy at the Yankees. I thought it was it was it was just it was it was a perfect movie. Manifestation of seeing like a before. And after and you're seeing the change in the character arc manifest itself in this hilarious scene of these kids dubbing beer on each other on a little league field. Yeah that's also fitting to based on the response that the Yankees have at the end of this game that It really is a half beep apology given to them. So it is fitting that. They responded the way they do. I like the fact that they broke from tradition with movies especially the ones made in that era where you would have the happy ending where everything gets wrapped up neatly in a bow. It doesn't turn out that way. Doesn't seem fair okay. I need 'cause I'm into realism movies. And obviously this is not based on a true story or anything like that. It was a screen play and then that but is it fair that they just take. Kelly leak and Amanda Worlds. Are Office Street. The join their little league team. I mean in a way. It's like okay. They don't even live in your district or area when I was growing up. Play Little League. I mean you live in the towns team so to me. They even have those people the team and the two best players. It's a little unfair but then again like the Yankees and ease never team. They didn't want they didn't want a girl and they didn't want the miscreant. Kelly was awesome in this where they're both awesome. I actually on a baseball team where we had two mercenaries from different towns we won the regional lake. St St little it was. This isn't like middle school but we won like a little St our little league tournament or whatever we went to play states and and we took two of the players from the two semi-final teams. We brought their two best pitchers onto our team. And that's the thing that happens is absolutely anything that happens or is this friend that game. You guys gambling to at twelve years curious. Oh I look. I'd agree with you on this point. This is probably what bothered me as a kid was that. You're effectively taking to ringers them on the team. And then all of a sudden the team is successful. And frankly what am I big objections? I liked the movie a lot. Let's be clear on the first. My major objection to this is that we're going from one. True extreme where they got obliterated and don't even bat in the first INNING OF THEIR FIRST GAME THEY LOSE THEIR SECOND GAME. It was either eight. It was at eighteen thousand. Nothing whatever it is they lose badly in the second game and then by the end of the movie there in the championship game. I mean that's what how accurate because for ball to this point where you look at the standings on the screen tristen and every team is five hundred or above. And I'm thinking well somebody has to have a losing record at seven teams at the beginning. They say that specifically opening day at seven teams in the standings where the loss is coming from there to come from somewhere but it look in the final game when all of the reserves come in in the final inning. Then things go back to where the way they were. They're making errors that making poor throws and the like so so. Wait a minute. These two players can carry the team all year. This is not basketball. Butter maker learned his lesson. Basically in the middle of that game and says everybody gets a chance. Play even Lupus and Lupus makes a nice catch and I just I love the fact that Bader maker learned a lesson you learn a lesson as a viewer in this movie saying winning is important. But it's not everything it's how you play and that's why they're losing. The game is perfect because the bears are saying well. We'll get you next time. But you know we have cry. We have integrity. We didn't hit our pitcher on the mound. You know like Do that although the manager did this mother bad things but I think that's awesome like who's your favorite character. 'cause Walter Matthews Matthau was awesome as the coach and the poor guy obviously tatum. O'neal is fantastic. Kelly leak is fantastic. Jackie Earle Haley. Who goes on to do some other interesting movies They vote do actually. Who's your favorite character? I mean I love Tanner Boyle because as a kid. I think I was a little bit like that. I think I was yeah. I was cursing I wanted to win more than anything I would trip guy going around the basis. I never played shortstop I was lefty. But yes I feel like I was tanner boyle do you guys feel like you're any character in this movie. I don't necessarily. I don't necessarily identify with any character. I loved the back and forth between more sputter maker and Amanda like I just thought it was. I thought it was so funny that just watching an eleven year old girl calling out this an alcoholic literally coach for all of the things have gone wrong in his life just at the beginning of the movie and that dynamic playing out of the course of the movie and seen just how that relationship develops personally my favorite story on I. I like tanner best as a character. But I'm probably the Angle Berg. I'll tell you I did not. I did not have wheels when I played little league. I was seriously the slowest kidding entire league. You so you were like pulling out like a Turkey leg your back pocket during a game. This look one of the biggest objections I had when I was playing with that I should have been playing first base period. You didn't need a lot of rain at your big statue. There catching the ball and not letting it get by you and my coaches never agreed with that. So who's your anger? Your favorite character in the movie my favorites tanner. I probably relate a little bit more to Engelbert. That's fair okay. So we agree it holds up it ends. Well it's timeless and for those that think well the there's a better bears to which is terrible and then there's a bad news bears remake billy. Bob Thornton as you mentioned which is pretty similar. They just Change a few things like like. The coach sleeps the mother one of the players and There's more adult like stuff going. You haven't seen that June I'm looking at. You can't give away a fly on the way here. There are three of the original threatened. The player the mother of the player. That would be a totally different. Yes I'm getting into trouble. Good movie it was all legal. I don't break any laws were broken. I guess I see the remake next read as good. But it's not like the originals. Always the best I think we regional rocky is the best and take him any movies. That have like Major League. The originals the best Good Godfather I think so star wars empire. Strikes back is better than the new hope. Yes yeah I guess so. We had our mar may may the four three with you. June on one of our previous shows that we were ranking minority. So you go with empire if you can see behind me but obviously this doesn't come across a podcast but I do have a Kylo ren helmet in a mandatory helmet. Yes okay yeah men. Men of Victorian is what I call it on the show or valid Dick Mandatory or something like that like I did watch the Newest Star Wars movie on Disney plus by the way is plus with these Disney plus plus hashtag corporate synergy yet. I'm company man. Cal Cam final thoughts here on bad news bears which I love and I think now we've turned you June it to somebody who loves it too It holds off. It's great it's funny Practically works is nothing. Totally unrealistic really. And it's just a few choices that age. Well Tanner oreos language. Yes h well our girl. Yeah that's a problem. I'm glad you didn't fill in the blanks there. Terror boils future politician Either way I love. That Matt was fantastic in this movie but I love the fact that he has to movies that I love where he mentioned. Catfish Hunter with the other being grumpy. I was a huge fan. I really love how they establish. Matthaus character at the beginning of the movie with just the beer him dumping the liquor into it it was just a such a perfect establishing a main character seeing to do a favorite quote from this movie. I loved when Engelberg eats chocolate with the wrapper on it. Yes yes I don't think we could repeat some of the quotes that are in there you know about sticking the Bat and a certain place and Hey Yankees and I can't say the rest of that. Yeah I guess that's I guess that's part of it as well. I'm trying to think of any quote Like those Yankees are real turns. Tanner Boyle is awesome in this movie. I don't think he ever did anything I don't know if he did anything else. I would say that and I don't know if this movie one of the awards but to me one award. Maybe it was my first baseball movie too. I just I love it. It's great thank you very much good stuff there and next week movie is the Sandlot which I'm sure will love as well and this go on for. I don't know how long because I don't know when baseball is coming back so before we go June awesome. Yeah and we'll do the answer. Live right here because this one is one. I think that you could all get so. We'll do trivia trivia that no one will know the Trivia today is. I'd like you to name the five active pitchers who have thrown multiple. No hitters five. Active pitchers have thrown multiple. No hitters. Who are they well? I know a couple of top ahead Remainder early under one of them. Sherzer Sherzer is another. We have three more by homer. Bailey's more because I watched one this week or last correct homer. Bailey is a third there are two remaining who have thrown multiple no hitters multiple no hitters. 'cause I because he's on the Phillies phillies. Oh I know the both I how is he doing? It might fires Mike Fires. That's I I knew that there was one that was a different wasn't as good as assures IRV related. That was on this list. Yeah I don't just take up all the answers you're here for your probe Trivia. So I mean he did it during his awesome. Cy Young Jake Arrieta Jake. Arrieta is the fifth correct. You got all five minute. When you look at that list these exactly hall of famers convert Landry's but very now is known for something else but he's not hall of fame or anybody you don't even draftsman fantasy and homer. Bailey's like just hanging on. His career was over three or four years ago. Area had one monster year the only reason on the phillies because of his contract like think of it that way. I mean you got you know Berliners a monster. Linson through second no hitter after he had had peaked out to yes and never forget that Philip number threw a perfect game and then he array of like six Mike fires during the most recent no hitter he threw he had gotten shell up to that point. He entered the game with a six eighty one year or a and then from that point on that last year he had an era somewhere around three so he was a complete fantasy star from that day forward but probably nobody had an active fire. Had A WEIRD CAREER OFFSET. Yeah like it's going to be like he's going to have a very weird resume at the end of his Major League career. Be Serve Remember. The name won't be the pitching staff. He's a weird season. Because is you know we will June. We can talk about this with the Astros situation and I think it's somewhat relevant for fantasy this year as well. The Astros had a bad off season. I think we can agree that some people lost their jobs and now at the virus that a lot of people have forgotten about the asser situation but when baseball returns. I don't think pitchers are GonNa Forget. They're going to be throwing Bregman and springer and nobody's talking about the Mike Fires Angle this what either I mean. Obviously it's a it's a world where there's two sides essentially this country and everything in baseball as well. A lot of people don't think fire should have done that. People that were at his handled. They should have done that. So people mad at him. And it's GonNa be thrown at Astros and even in August you're going to have some brawl situations. I'm wondering do you think that anybody's GonNa remember the Astros situation when we get back to base bar? That is going to be so happy to have baseball. I mean I don't think the players are going to forget because I mean it was very striking this spring training the little spring training that we had to see how angry all the players were and the level and degree of the anger that they had. It wasn't just like you know talking to reporters off the record. It was in front of cameras and baseball player is over. The course of the last ten to fifteen years have been known to try to downplay any sort of drama in the media and this was one of the few baseball stories where the players escalated it because they cared a lot and so when I think about that yeah. It's easy for the fan anger to dissipate. Because we're getting a sense of real work perspective right. We're just sitting at home all day. We there's so many problems happening in the world right now I think for fans that's different for these guys. It's about their livelihood. It's their job. It's their reputation. Their legacy all the stuff was still affected by everything we Houston. Astros did and it was. It was very striking just to see how personally a lot of the players seem to make it and so I think it's inevitable that we're going to see bean balls with what the Astros even if there are no fanzine even if there aren't the anticipated hundreds of signs whenever the coming to town about calling them cheaters similar to what we saw on steroid era. We're we're obviously not gonNA see that seer but I think it's hard to imagine the players are going to forget it's striking when you hear a player like David Ortiz. Call a Mike fires. A snitch in public is unbelievable. I mean it's unbelievable what he could do that and mean it. And there's a lot of people that think that he is a snitch and obviously Mike fire is not a big fancy option. But what Astros are bregman springer to and springer a free agent after the season and I wonder if that affects where he goes in the money gets maybe people you know like the twins can do it again. They wouldn't take Marlin Gonzales. His one year was the year they cheated and since then he's done nothing so it's pretty obvious that he you know gained from this is going to be real interesting to see the how much pressure they're gonNA put them to. South this spring. It doesn't have a good half season in two thousand twenty. Everyone's going to say I think that's part of it. The small sample size only going to hurt him. Because I think we are all kind of on board that like the Bregman of the world would be fine over one hundred and sixty two games but what is shock you of any player baseball went into a swap for twenty to thirty games? And now that you a third quarter of the season is GonNa be and also. There's there's so many big free agent contracts coming up. Mookie Betts is a free agent and he was preparing to have one of the biggest seasons of his life a lot of his. He's been working really really hard. This past offseason in Nashville a working out to prepare for that big contract because it's been what he's been building torches why the red sox traded him and now you have eighty one games and you know players. We've seen it time and time again. Just players go in and out of the streaky cycles. You'll see a guy suck in the first half who's in the second half now that we only have one half you know. How does that affect free agency as we move forward because our team gonNA freak out over eighty one game sample size contracts there? I mean they're arguing about money right now to the point where we might not even have baseball. And there's a lot of talk here in Philadelphia about Jt Real Muto and his potential contract extension. How could the phillies have for two years or one if they don't play and you know not sign? Long-term they can't legally sign him and he may not want to sign but I'm wondering what is is he going to get one hundred thirty million dollar contract anyway. If every team loses money this season how are they going to give Lewke and real? Muto right contracts. They would've given him before that's going to. That's that's the question I have consciously been thinking about the last couple of weeks especially the contracts is if the revenues are down all the teams are making less money and all the play the revenue with the players as down. There's going to be less money for the teams to give out is going to get you know some people thought he was. GonNa get maybe forty million dollars a year or something close to that. Can you see a team? Giving out forty million dollars giving the economic crisis that has happened in this country and the state of the economy. It's kind of hard to imagine that right now and we don't know what the economy is. GonNa look like two weeks from now let alone a month from now let alone six months from now let a year from now right like we don't know if we're going to have fans in stadiums a year from now there's no vaccine yet so there's so many things up in the air right now and. I can't even imagine what it must be weird as a player to be in a contract year right now. Someone like a monkey bets. Who's just sitting at home being like? This was the year where I was supposed to set up my family for the rest of our lives right. And you're sitting at home and there's nothing you can do because literally everybody in the world is sitting at home right now. I think about when fans will be returned to the stadium as valid one. Are we still discussing this at the beginning of two thousand twenty one? That's GonNa have a huge bearing on what happens during the off season. Frankly bringing it back to the extra point if the players are the ones who have the negative feelings this year and we play without fans in the stadiums and then there's the impact of how the fans feel about it when these players travel on the road that means we could be stretching out two years. I hear people talking about the astros just being forgotten like this is all swept underneath the carpet. It could very well be this year and then another impact next year because there's fans involved in it if even come back final thoughts here for June will let you go. Are you watching the Korean baseball obviously? Espn is televising. Some of the Games you and the great staff is in baseball. Previewed a lot of the season for the K B O and It's baseball fun. There's backflips Wadham. Ninth-inning changes we close with blowing leads. I've seen I'm interested in it and I I like. I enjoy watching baseball without a fantasy. Slant another might sound weird for the host of a fantasy podcast. But I like the fact that I don't have to worry about these players from fantasy unless they're in the United States but I'm enjoying watching baseball. How do you feel about it? I Love Waking up in the morning and turning on the television or or turning to Goan Dot Com and the watch tower whatever and watching streaming games. Because it's just like a Great Lake Tone Center for the day it's just like a league. It's great background noise. There's been really fun baseball. The bullpens are kind of all over the place. One of my favorite things on twitter the past week or so has been ceiling. Michael Junior and my friends assessment family Barbie. Jake Jake. Men's they've been they've adopted the Katie whizzes their team they. Katie was the worst team in the K and his bloom. Like four leads in the first seven games so I open up twitter and just them crying. About how the WHIZ bullpens sucks. And it's just like I love that like even if it's only for a couple of hours in the morning that this kind of like sports happiness and excitement is back for a little bit every single day space. Six of the seven days of the week traditionally. You're watching this baseball I am. I do miss a few of the game just because of the weird hours but I'm enjoying it anytime. I usually catch the replace baseball. It's fun it's awesome and June sewer you we'll check out your stuff at ESPN's baseball coverage and then next Thursday you will join us again. We will talk about the Sandlot another movie a different generation. I would argue a people who love it because we're a little bit older than us. Abandoned bears are childhood movies. Sandlots probably yours so we will discuss that next Thursday. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks June is a great stuff there by Julie and we really enjoy his company every Thursday talking about baseball. And that's what we are. We're just a bunch of PAL. You're talking about baseball interest than Kyle and we would love to have baseball in the United States if it's safe It doesn't matter if this fans I would watch it from home. I'll watch every night every game that I could. It would be great. Have FANTASY BACK. And by that vein. Let me just before we get to the Hash. Browns tell you what I did on Wednesday night. A good friend. Ron Chandler has been hosting weekly. These these retro drafts. From past seasons they did nineteen eighty two and last night that did nineteen ninety nine base. What it is is twelve fantasy experts Get into a virtual online room and Taizo created this unbelievable spreadsheet at a twenty minute like thing to go with to tell you how to use it is the best chandler and Zola and we did a draft basically. I didn't prep. I don't crap so we get into the room and you're drafting the best from nineteen ninety nine and the standings are updated live. And you can see. Who's doing well? The standings don't matter for the first couple of hours going so it's a twenty three round route no bench. Everybody's active the normal ten categories and whoever wins at the end wins gets pride and they get to choose. What's next season and I was so we're three hours into this for our draft and we're going into route twenty three and I'm winning and I built a really unconventional team. I basically I punted saves and punted kind of era in whip. I didn't get an ace. I got a bunch of starting pitchers who were okay. Member ninety nine nine. Two starting pitchers Pedro and Randy. They were the first two picks in this draft. I had the fourth pick so I was praying. I thought the best by farmers Yvonne Rodriguez the Catcher do had like thirty five homers and twenty. Five steals batted three thirty. I wanted him. 'cause you're thinking about position. Scarcely not a lot of million infielders hit so jeeter went third on. I got punched fourth. So my best. Starting pitchers are not top. Ten starters. It was like Pete Harnisch in L. Duquet Andy Ashby. But anyway we go into the last round and I started to inch up a little bit. Niro in Iran with because other teams are falling behind in it. I still have zero Neria. Save I've got a really good offense and I've got the lead and then Fred Zinke who a fantastic fantasy writer contributes remember numerous outright player by the way he is one of the best players is a better player than I am. He stole a title from me with his last round. Pick because he had an outfield spot open he took Ryan Klesko and he went from like five points behind me to ten points up with that pick in the last round because he picked up like three and runs three in homers plus go look at twenty eight season and five or B. I was everything was bunched. We're all trying to protect batting average and And so he wins but it I was with traumatic. It was midnight eastern time and I was like. I'm GonNa win this Vicki Eighty and then all my God I if I lost my one or two points to be like. Oh what did I do wrong? I felt better losing my Ted because I was like okay. Now if you make pancakes like sterling. Hitchcock cost me the championship. He he had one fields by. I thought we were all bunched together on offense than we weren't Fred Wayne and also pass me with his last pick but a blast this was. I believe you're in next Wednesday's yes it's also the nine hundred ninety nine. We're doing of these because the champions of these get to pick the next year from what I understand. I wanted a little three five so I'm looking up some stuff already talking about that. So yeah sorry you know. I'm not listening as usual. Wouldn't expect no pain of a half point difference there you and I both been on the bad end of a half point lead and now this I felt better. I still didn't go to sleep for like two hours but I felt better losing by like a bunch than by like one or two points. Because I didn't have one extra stolen base or one extra win. I I went five. Five starters four middle RELIEVERS WITHOUT SAVES TO PROTECT IRANIAN WHIP. By offense is fantastic. He basically the same offense he just better than me in era and whip and and he punted saves two but he had more than me because he had Paul Shuey so the fun that I found here for ninety nine I actually have. Espn's nine hundred ninety nine average position. Of course you do and I wasn't GonNa ask you for any of this. I assume you have your own rankings for next Wednesday I was Gonna ask you for it. I went in blind. I use baseball reference and we were all zooming and it was fun. I was pretty quiet because I was research when x picks and I almost one you don't Wanna see your cheating but it's different when you put it in all his work and you have like an ADP and you know the final player Raider and like you weren't even at his time. It's like I wonder if I can on Tristan winning this competition cheater. Prosper that is the fantasy baseball motto. Cheaters always one of the magazines used that way back in the day. So I'm stealing that whatever I don't WanNa say you're a traitor. You're look you when you're leagues and I finished second. I DID AGAIN NORTH. So this is where things change though. Is that the. Adp is not the final outcome in all the outcome draft. This was the top ten eighty P entering one thousand nine hundred nine number one was a-rod number two. Is Ken. Griffey junior number three with Greg. Maddux number four was Mike. Piazza five was crazy busy. Oh six was roger. Clemens of the Yankees in ninety nine not have a good year. Twelve or something. Yeah yeah he did not have a good first year. The Yankees Mark. Maguire was seventh. Sammy Sosa was eighth. Nomar Garciaparra ninth and Kevin Brown was tenth ten in your draft. Pedro Randy Johnson. Derek jeter. Ivan Rodriguez Larry Walker. Jeff Bagwell. Sammy Sosa Manager Roberto Alamar. So we've got some chambers here and you meant Hodge. Podge was twenty second. Adp that year so we saw it coming but not to the extent of the numbers doesn't matter the final results are all the matters. We already know all the numbers for these players so adp out argues is irrelevant. I got a rod at the end of round two I don't know why he missed a bunch of games but he thought a monster season. It's a shortstop I wanNA build up. I got Jay Bell and around three Jay. Jay Bell. Thirty eight home runs a year It was a lot of fun. Thank you to run Chandler and Todd Zola. And everyone frank. Aggressive Zinke was a great time and I don't think I'm in next Wednesday's at a you are but it's still I enjoyed. I would love to do it again and look at it. Got Me thinking I wasn't looking for something to do. I was like I had a four hour time period on Wednesday night where the fun to do with industry took four hours four hours. I think the one before it took six So if I were you I would like you know. Get your pajamas before the draft. Next week it was but it was. It was a blast and I believe they're going to be discussing. Eight on Ron Chandler's site and on. Xm Serious Jeff is going to have Zika has a guest and he's GonNa meal as guest as well and Just great stuff but to your point about the ADP. That doesn't tell us anything is you're correct. Doing these. Retro drafts is going to teach us some lessons about the fluctuations during the regular season and I will point out looking at the ninety nine results. In around that era. The final numbers were actually a lot closer to eighty back then than they are today. Baseball IS A LITTLE MORE RANDOM PLAYER. Raider results or anything or dollars. I actually do not have the first play. Raider I have for. Espn was two thousand years. Zola has dollar values for that year. IF YOU HAVE. I gotta dig them up though so you know. Of course you do. Of course you have dollar dollars last year in one thousand nine hundred nine freak Kyle I'm sure we have certain Hash browns in here somewhere. So what are we got we do? Matthew was reading the latest volume six and are ending six of the playbook where he discusses volume. He wants to know how much he should be. Weighing a players slot in the batting order and the strength of the lineup around them is it just a tiebreaker. For players to elevate cirque players more than that. You know your tick so my take on. That is that this is bigger the smaller the sample you're discussing and it's why when we talk about daily fantasy lineup is huge lineup. Position is huge. And as I point out in the playbook it's all about opportunities turning the lineup over players in the top half of the order are GonNa get substantially more plate appearances and I believe it was somewhere in the range of seventy differentiated. The second in the fifth spots in the lineup. That's just too and five three spots in the lineup. I would not put a hefty. Wait on a guy who's hitting higher in the order but I would throw them an extra two to five bucks. Depending on who the player is and what the offenses by the way Tristan. Great job on your nine greatest games and fantasy baseball history. That's the lead of ESPN's fantasy page Right now fantasy baseball page carry. Would I if you if that was a trivia question and you had asked me what you think is the best game of all time for fantasy? I would've guessed carry. Would I would not have one of these four run games. It has to be a pitcher who had a lot of strikeouts. Didn't put anybody base clements. Twenty strikeout game is on there. One overcome is not the right and then I was watching on the day the David Cone game against the phillies which was like late in the season. October last game this season or something and he just demolish them and they were there. You were the leadoff man. Playing short I was built. Like radio is either leadoff guy or no Was the leadoff hitter that day but that was an awful that tells you something. Awful phillies lineup. That day well for a decade or was just tell you something when a pitcher just rummages through like that As opposed to carry would face a really potent Houston lineup when he did that. Bagwell. Bijou which is Lou By the way I forget I'm doing a nineteen to deadball draft and season right now. Really Nice okay. Out of the park. Baseball I don't have a very good team. I took over team but I might finish. It lasts but it is fun. Joe mcginnity Roger Bresnahan and tried to trade for NAP Lajoie Way and my friend said what are you kidding? So he he would never listen to this show anyway Next asked Brown please. Baker wasn't hard cited. Eric is about Brian Price. Being the pitching coach in Philly this year you know I'd light with the phillies did two years ago. The GABE Kaplan first season. And I thought okay this could work. I like he's a little bit different and I think he knows he didn't know he and he was terrible. He did not have run. The team couldn't communicate. They were worse because of him in his second year and I think the pitching coach has something to do with that as well they could. They've got all these talented young right handers they can't figure out how to get them to merge. I'm not saying Nick. Pubmed is GonNa be you know Stephen Strasburg or anything. But it should be better than this his fifth his underlying numbers two and three years ago. Christen told us that there was something there and there's nothing there now. Maybe Brian Price GonNa lock. The greatness of Vince Velazquez Zach. Eflin some of these guys. That should be better than they are. Maybe he can get Jake Ariana to fix whatever is wrong with him So my excited about Brian. Price wasn't good manager but he's been a good. What is a good pitching coach? How do you? How do you know if if someone is a good pitching coach? Tristan is is it like Mazzone Liam is only others. Use a good pitching goes. You're just have great pitchers or the guy in Pittsburgh like ray urge series. Is He a good pitching coach or was? Were these guys going to be good. Anyway I think with the Phillies. They have some arms who have underachieved. So I'd like to see if one of Velazquez effluent Panetta can actually do so. Maybe they can keep sir. Anthony Dominguez healthy. So I'm optimistic about the manager and the pitching coach. Boyd had that much It'll you know how much influence so they really have and fantasy. I actually think they have more than you're estimating with the answer but I also don't want people to get carried away that we're expecting a huge rebound from Jake Arrieta. I think Brian Brian Price was a very very good pitching coach before he became a manager. And as you said he wasn't a great manager. We saw that happened. Before with Ray Miller was one of the examples. John Farrell was another. I'm probably forgetting a few other ones so I think it is a plus. Because he'll he'll presumably be an improvement upon what's come before him and they have guys who they need to have their full ability unlocked actors. Impossible's no impact right like we can quantify the impact of a pitching coach more now with the stat cast numbers and with pitch specific numbers. You can get swinging strike numbers things like battlezone percentages and the like for all different kinds of pitches. I go back to the example of Larry Rothschild but the Yankees where he would unlock a specific pitch for a pitcher. He'd shelve one and he'd highlight. One of the pitchers better pitches he. He's the guy showed native all splitter. That was one of the things that made him a kind of a true breakthrough for them and then of course he got hurt. Awfully price can do that for some of these phillies guys. That's another case. I'd throw an extra bucket one of these if they have a good spring training. If you see something ban locked but nothing more than that. That's Fair Batman. Kilns if he wants to know what your preferred compensation percentages and ahead to Hedley comes to the regular season winner versus the postseason winner. Is that the real Batman Chiluba Batman from the League writer. It's Me Dark Dad's Veritas. There's no answer to this question. I I league right. Now that that awards money for regular season and playoffs I think it's equal and then it goes into the role standings three Sport League That I enjoy I have another league. Regular-season means nothing except seating for the playoffs. And of course he means nothing to motivate. It's not you have extra motivation. Not better than the other teams. So I can't answer that Tristan. What would you say? Like what percentage fifty. It's not fifty. Fifty sixty thirty. Ten is kind of what I've gone by sixty for the regular season jammed. Thirty four the playoff champion attempt to reply. Runner-up I like the playoffs playoffs in head to head. League for four weeks or taking real life. Nobody cares who wins the regular season. All the matters in real life of the of the playoffs. It's not the same I mean in real life. You're because in real life you're playing out the hundred and sixty two games schedules as the regular season and the playoffs so the playoffs where the players on the field. No they have the motivation of a championship right there when they are playing for you on September twentieth. They don't care about your fantasy and they don't any day but they certainly are playing with the motivation of a it's fantasy championship week. No of course not. Don't be ridiculous. A lot of mean that I mean all that matters in real life or who wins the championship? Nobody remembers the teams that went one hundred games lose in the playoffs. W. members suit the dodgers. This is not a cop. You're I know I'm dismissing what you're saying and you're dismissing what. I'm saying but I've heard this argument. I'm telling you from a lot of people in my legs but they're kind of like it's the real game no it's not at all like the real game and wouldn't you rather have a team that went twenty one and one in the regular season and had like four or five game lead over. Everybody gets knocked out in a fluky one week. Playoff agree with that. I would that I just. I don't know it just seems weird. That the compensation plan is so much lower The playoffs are four weeks. Compared to twenty two that are before it and I'm fine with the gory coming with the title team. Like if you want to say I want my league. That only goes to the playoff. I'm fine with that person being remembered but if I want the if I won the regular season I want. Kinda my pockets line to revive that by that token Tristan are simply. I've averaged one hundred. Ten wins a season in one. Nothing in the playoffs I should be. I should feel good about that as you know. The for some reason win in the playoffs. But you're you're the most successful team in that League's history. I'm not saying this is a criticism no championships but you're still unquestionably the most successful team. It just hasn't broken right for you in the small sample madness. That is the playoffs stress. Wine Tristan I played in the National League savage subscribers in our first year kyle and I still remember the weirdness of the series now he was the rockies so whenever you put games in chorus field in Denver crazy stuff is going to have one starting pitcher the rest were guys and he was like filtering relievers and I had no starting pitcher. Maze was like Glavin but I had A. I had a great team playing in Philadelphia's park and he beat me in seven games and I've never gotten even back to the s with monster teams Team now I know. I'M GONNA lose the playoffs. I just don't know who I guess I want. I don't need validation for that. I just think in fantasy. Maybe it's different for baseball and football. When I think about a fantasy football regular season I don't think you should be rewarded for anything. I guess. Baseball is different. 'cause that's a much longer season in harder. Have that record. So I think I would differentiate the two sports. I agree with what Tristan saying but for football. I don't think I would i. I don't like Joining Leagues. Including In football. If all of the prizes go to the playoffs only I liked. Kyle's sixty thirty ten by the way you could take that sixty and not just give it to the number one seed. You could break it down by seeds. One two three if you wanted to. Let's find out what people are going to. We talked about this. I think on a recent show. I don't I don't know what day it is even but like like what. Are you going to do an eighty game season? I would argue okay. I have a League. That that has a pretty hefty buy-in. I don't think it should be the same buying for a half season. Meyer sure we should buying anything. Because it's GONNA be small sample size madness this season and I just you know. Oh I know what I forgot to tell you. I should've just texted you so I came. I came up look at who cares the Newt Madrigal comp that I was so desperately looking for Steve Sax I looked at Steve. Sex the other day in for a second I thought about it. And then my mind shelved it. That's right you are our big batting average second base. Hopefully matter can throw by stacks and by the way a very memorable. Simpson's appearance so magical. We'll be on the third edition of the team. Whatever whatever's on our mind your fantasy baseball care as long as I'm not cursing Kyle you don't care it's genuine. It's where you're thinking about. It's real air care about. I loved it. What'S UP TRISTA? I I want to underscore what Eric said about the lowered entry. I remind this situation has been incredibly difficult on a lot of people have respect and patients for the people in your league who express that they'd love to play but would like to see that entry a little bit less. I'm sure there are people in my league that Hefty Buyout League. That don't have jobs now or they had to pay cuts and who knows eating what's going to happen to us. So the point is like money is different for everybody. Just be patient. In this year I was out argued no money at all and that includes me even if I win the league. I don't care about winning money. I don't like playing money leagues anymore. I don't I just play for fun. Pride neighboring town just to win the donation idea of anything. You win exactly if playing for money and you win. Money donated to a good cause. And there's lots of them going on right now all right kyle. What else there. You GotTa last one. Brendan looking at the East Coast. Forecast here knows it's going to be a nice weekend. He wants to know what's on your workout playlist for the weekend workout playlist EP already. We can't go I mean. Sap would come to mind immediately for me but my My wife and I put together a puzzle on Saturday last weekend and we listened to Motown for half the day that was fun and You might say you know. I'm not a child while Those are fun and basically all all looking for and I I have another month this is to you is is to kind of waste time like. I'm trying to fill my day with fun stuff interesting stuff. I mean I'm still working a lot On actually been pretty busy like trying. Anyway I'm running more than I normally do outside. I keep playing in. Yada dot over and over again. Frankly I played. I played avocado on a run. Recently I was doing stuff in the basement. I played a rolling stones thing that I've found spotify. Somebody put together a playlist and I listen to that. I listened to the stuff. That's recent anybody loosens. His listen for years knows I mean. I'm Shuffling Beatles stones and trying to think what else Supposed to be a nice weekend so I it definitely a Hanoch weekend and now I have a hammock outside and inside. So that's nice you or Hammock I have to. I have to outdoor hammocks but they both use the same apparatus. Why can't use them at the same time? The goats hang like like like the shell skeleton and you can hang the to have but I have like I have two indoor ones as well. I think one was for the beach but I have it. Open an extra bedroom so like you know. Leave your office from time to Time. During the pandemic go into another room in the house opened the windows. Lie Down Your hand listen to music. Read a book. I'm reading this Johnny Carson. A biography on my kindle. Fantastic so far Near time the seller and Keep plenty busy frankly without sports. I'm not saying I I want the back. Of course I WANNA back. But I'm finding like things to do that. I never would have done before cleaning up my house than throwing stuff out and working out more than normal and playing these simulation games that I love doing a lot of stuff that I would not have done if this was a normal baseball season. Al Second a lot of what you said there are a lot of cleaning up. A lot of walks and hikes have been big for me especially now that the trails have reopened again and joined doing that. I just got to get up to the point of doing my five mile jobs or whatever. I don't listen to a lot when I'm out doing the hike by the way that's usually I'm doing my workouts. I WANNA listen and take in nature but if I was going to do that. Bringing the headsets by the way the one of the reasons. Why is that those ipod ipod which I guess would be iphone now headphones kind of irritate my ears foo fighters color in the shape ever long by fighters? The first song I'm thinking of Uh Soundgarden I'll listen to a lot of soundgarden. You know. I'm a big ninety guys when I'm doing cleaning around here. I'm usually calling up my I tunes and playing a whole bunch of that you know mid-nineties alternative car. What do you listen to? That was my next follow up question. What's the newest song? Either one of you guys have like. Is there anything I would have remotely right during my High School Years Most recent SONG WOULD MIND BE STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN. Mama trying to think the national rate wrong but I was born. I know I have some recent stuff. Let me open my spotify. I gotta ask I you know God after this. I'm listening. Acdc so I don't think that's recent not the recent ACDC. The most recent album I bought was billy eyelashes album. Because we eyelash okay. Those pillow who that is she. She's the one with the bat at the Oscars and she made that face that everybody applied to the wrong senior like they were making me out of it but but it got apparently got good reviews so I wanted to check that out and I didn't watch the Oscars I'll actually Halsey Fan. Billy I wish would have been true. Yeah Okay Kyle and Eric would not have known about the last album you bought. You've never heard of her. I would've never million years. You have that album. Eric heard some of the stuff. I've listened to over the past ten twenty years. And that's that's odd right. He refused to listen to rush. When we're together on our trips I listen to rush constantly because he hates rush. You've gotten used to it. I have a much greater appreciation for rush. So thank you for that no you don't I do actually no Well I guess that's it. We've we've gotten to the point and we come to that point at least once in every podcast now clearly just wasting time and not that we don't have time the ways. I have a story right but Anyway thank you so much for listening to our little show. The fantasy focus baseball podcasts. I D how many are listening. But we don't really care what is fun. Basically my chance to see Tristan and Kyle on this little squad cast we have and speak and my hair is really long now and Trista. I think your head is getting bigger house Eddie. Impossible your hair. Your hair is not growing at the rate that my hair is growing. This my hair is now touching my shoulders. No picture you got your hair's all guy like Frankenstein's monster hair going on there it's like I know I hated shave. The whole thing off like my hair long. My wife just sent. My hair hasn't been this long since college. I wasn't a Hippie. It just like I didn't care and I know money but not not going out like why cut my hair. I like this. This is fun though. I'm shaving every day. Now really wasting time. Thank you so much. Julie will back next back on Monday for our next show and we'll talk baseball next. Thursday will be the movie the Sandlot and hopefully at some point. We'll get to Durham as well. Kyle soppe is awesome. Trista Cock crafts awesome. I'm Eric finished in second place last night. Have an awesome weekend.

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Girls Night #52: How To Declutter Your Home (and De-stress Your Life)!

"Hey, friends welcomed the girls night. I'm Stephanie may Wilson. And I am so happy that you're here each week. I have a girlfriend over and we talk through one of the biggest questions we have about our lives as women. We're talking about friendships and faith and relationships and self confidence about our calling in life, and how to live every bit of our lives to the absolute full life is so much better and easier an absolutely more fun when we navigated together as girlfriends, and I cannot wait to get started. So I guess for today's episode is my new friend. Allie Kasahda Ali is amazing wife. Mom, podcasters and business owner helping women rid their lives of physical calendar and mental clutter to make space for the things that are most important in life. And that's what this episode is all about today is going to walk us through a process that will help us declawed our homes in de-stress our lives. Don't you love that? I feel like we all need this desperately right now. I learned so much from alley in this conversation. And just one of the things she taught me was that when we cut our homes, it reduces our housework by forty percent. Forty percent. Isn't that insane? The second. We finished our conversation, I dove immediately into a closet to start the decluttering process. And I have a feeling you're going to do the exact same thing. So keep me updated. Okay. If you find yourself buried in a closet while you're listening to this episode. I wanna see it semi photos. But before we dive in ivory source. I wanted to share with you. It's called the lifts gospel devotional, if you haven't had a chance to check it out yet here is what it's all about. It's a ninety day devotional to help you consistently connect with God hearing from him trusting his plans and feeling his presence in your everyday life. In this devotional. We talk about how to consistently spend time with God. And how to feel connected to him. Well beyond your morning, quiet times. How to make the difference in the world that only you can make how to feel beautiful and comfortable and confident in your own skin. How to trust the plans got hospital life and how to figure out what those plans are. And that is just the beginning. If you're looking to. In your faith, these days, I would love to share this with you. You can pick up a copy by going to my shop. It's may Wilson shop dot com. You can also find that link through my Instagram profile at as may Wilson over on Instagram. Okay. With that said, let's jump into today's episode. Here is my conversation with Alli. Okay. Guys. I'm sitting here with my brand new friend Allie cassava in. I'm so excited for you to meet her this topic for today. It gets all of like my nerdy. Type a nece just going. I'm so excited for to hear from you into a totally pick your brain. So for anyone who's not familiar with you Allie. Would you go ahead and just introduce yourself? Tell us who you are what you do. And then I'm gonna ask you for fun. Fact just to kick things off. Yeah. I love it. So I'm Ali. I'm married been married to my husband for we're going on twelve years this year, actually, and I've got four kids nine and under. And what I do is for women. I love supporting other women and just pouring into them speaking life over them and specifically mothers. But really all women just kind of letting them know that when life gets crazy life gets overwhelming. You know, there's things that we can try to step back and remove ourselves. From that overwhelming. Burdensome feeling like it's all too much and step back. And I kinda come in and help them get like an aerial view over their lives and just see like, okay. Like what's causing this? It's like a three step process physical clutter calendar clutter all of that kind of leads into mental emotional like heart and spirit clutter, and you just feel really overwhelmed, and then you lose the ability to think clearly so I kind of come in and just help them clear all of that different sort of clutter starting with physical clutter. So they can just live a life with a lightened load and have the time and space. They need to focus on what matters to them and get more. Joy my gosh. If everyone listening is saying, Amen and pulling out a piece of paper and a pen and like Allie walk us through this. I know that usually when we're speaking or teaching or writing about something it's because we've had to learn this lesson the hard way in our own life. I live here. Like, how did you get into this? How did this topic become important? I'm guessing it might have really guessing it might have happened the hard way in my right? Yeah. I think that all all things that have a purpose and all things that lead to like our life stories, and like what we the impact we leave on the world come out of darkness, and it's hard when you're in that dark place to see like this is going to lead to something. And we all are always trying to avoid the hard stuff and the hard parts of life, but we all have ups and downs. And there's many many different things that I will go through and have gone through. But what I do may business came from one particularly hard in very dark time. I'm someone that just kind of struggles with depression anxiety. It's just kind of kind of in my family line. And that doesn't mean that it has to be my story or has to always be a struggle. But it's kind of just come and gone over the course of my life, and like as I was young person in a teenager and before. Had kids and just kind of got really really bad when I had three kids under three. My kids are very very close in age. And I was very very overwhelmed and those such an understatement there, honestly isn't a word that I found to describe where I was at that point in my life. I basically was I had I had wanted to be a mother had wanted to have a family. I was excited. But I felt like I would never really got to enjoy the parts that are exciting in like playing with your kids and going and doing fun things and being at home with them and just enjoying the day. I felt like I would open my eyes in the morning with my alarm clock blaring at me and just feel like seriously, it's already morning, and I already know that I don't have what I need to have in me to do this day. And definitely not to do it. Well, and that is a really awful place to be and to begin each day. And I kinda just fell into this very very long. Irt season of just total, dryness and total. Like, just I was stale and depressed and struggling, and I was like finding you magazine articles. Mommy, blogs like looking online asking friends and family like women that were older than me in different seasons than I was. You know, what I was going through and like is this normal? I'm really struggling. It's not just like, oh like I remember the last time. I showered those kids like it was like, okay. And I don't know what I'm missing, I'm okay? Looks like from Elvis magazines and stuff like I need to get organized. So I would try that and it would fall apart and like a few minutes at the most if you days because I was just like reorganizing crap and expecting to stay in place. And I was just like always cleaning always making sacks or changing a diaper, and I was never like able to just enjoy any of it and motherhood is servitude. You I- Bogor's and butts and other things like this is the place is like it's servitude. But I wanted to be in that an enjoy and have those days that was like hard because of that not hard because I can't breathe, and I'm depressed, I can't get on top of my. My life. Like, there's my to do list is not shrinking no matter what I do. So I kind of reached this breaking point where I ended up like like getting the kids busy and just running up into my bathroom. So I wouldn't have a meltdown in front of them like shutting the door and just falling on the floor and crying out to God. Like, I I had been hearing. This message almost like popping up in my life over and over again, like this is kind of how God works in my life. He pops really annoyingly obvious signs in my face like over-under talk to like, hey, have you thought about this? You're like, yes. Ok okay. Like shot up right now gonna lose it on. Okay. Had kept that kept happening with John ten ten the verse about abundant life, and it was annoying about it is that first of all it's my fault because I hadn't been spending time with the Lord I hadn't been running to him with this. I just kind of been like God help me out of this and just leaving it. They're not really seeking him. And so, of course, he had to get my attention this way. But it was annoying to keep hearing verse about abundant life when I'm like, honestly, like, I don't even know when the last time was that I enjoyed a moment for real. Or if I do enjoy like I spent an evening with my family or we have a great weekend. I feel like I have to pay this really hefty price of catch up the next day. And it's not worth like, it's just my life. My maintenance of my life in my stuff in my home. And our world is is taking over in all those Muendane parts that are supposed to be site notes are totally over running all the fun stuff and good stuff. I'm so in this bathroom Piff any moment. I just was crying out to God. And honestly, I'm not ever afraid to get real with the Lord feel like he'd already knows what's in my heart. And I've been known to like curse and punch a wall and yell and free out. And just like, I don't know what to do here. And I had one of those really really deep dark moments in that bathroom and just was like, basically, how can you be showing me abundant life? When like, what am I missing like, our mothers exception to that is this really motherhood because as asking these older women for help and like advice, I'm getting the same answer again. And again, basically, oh, that's mom life like. Yup. You're just in the thick of it, sweetie. Don't worry you'll get through it. And John ten ten speaks the opposite of getting through anything. It's thriving and abundance, and I wasn't experiencing that and I was trying to fix it. And honestly, I was waiting for God to just drop like do like. Mic drop moment and just be like some philosophical amazing piece of wisdom. And instead, I heard him just kind of nudge, my thoughts to but exactly are you spending your days doing, and I remember answering out loud. Like, I'm cleaning up like all the time. I'm just maintaining instead of enjoying. I wanna get to the other side. And it was like again that nudge cleaning up. What exactly am I thought about it for a couple minutes? Remember just sitting there like this is so dumb like who cares? I need help. And just kind of like reluctantly answering him and just thinking like, I don't know. It's just stuff like there's just so much stuff all the time. And it takes up all my own my days and right van when I said that out loud, I had this like lightning bolt moment. I've never had it since it was pretty cool. I'd like to have it. But it was like Jit and a pip any, and I just like stopped crying. I stood up. I wiped my face off. I knew exactly what I needed to do. And it was. Kinda like I don't know for sure if this is God. Or if it's my thoughts or if what is happening. But I think I have any idea, and I'm so deigned desperate that. I'm gonna give it a shot. And I basically started to cluttering that day I over the course of a week or two made some pretty serious damage. I got rid of a lot of stuff. And I didn't know what to do. There was no Marie condo. There was no minimalism documentary or books about this at even know that minimalism was what it was called. All I knew was that. I was done wanting to sleep through my life and counting down the minutes 'til bedtime. And I wanted to start enjoying my life. And I was sick of this stuff taking up my time. And so I just kinda went through with this idea of what is worthy, and whatever was not went in a garbage bag and got donated. So that that day that week changed my entire life. And now on the other side of that I've gone all the way. Through my house, multiple times, everything in our home is cozy and joyful and has a purpose. Our house takes twenty thirty minutes of just really routine maintenance day, it's a side note as it should be. And we're able to home school our kids. I'm running a successful business from home creating jobs doing what I love. And my the maintenance of my life is on the back burner instead of the front burner taking over everything that is amazing. That is amazing alley cubes so much for sharing that with that. Like everyone. Is there listening is picturing what that looks like for them. And it's different for all of us because we all have different things on our plates. But it's like, I mean, it's school. It's work. It's being newly married. It's taking care of parents or kids or kids we nanny for its. I mean, we all have just so much going on in our lives, and we've all been in places where like I can't do this anymore. Like, I am spent. We've all had those mornings, we're we're like you've got to be kidding me to get up and do this again. I do not have it in me. Right. So this idea of decluttering, I'm trying to think of when it first occurred to me, I think I did read very condos book a couple years ago and went through like our entire house. And I think as you're talking about and depression, I'm glad you mentioned that because the women listening know that that's been a real part of it's been a real struggle for me in this last season. It's really thick in my family history too. And I was so positive that it skipped. Me and didn't which is. Okay. So it's been something I've been really navigating. And it's amazing because one of the things that's brought me a lot of peace in the midst of it along with their be and medicine, and Jesus and all kinds of people around me, but is actually decluttering actually trying to make my space. My physical space simpler, and it hasn't fixed that alone didn't fix the problem, of course. But it helped so much, and it's just been amazing to me this connection between what our physical spaces look like in having less in it, and what our internal spaces feel like. And so I just like I feel drunk on this idea. I talk about it all the time. I think about it all the time. I wanna go through all my closets again. So I love the work that you do one of the things that I was poking around your website. It's awesome. Everyone needs to go. Check it out. And all of these resources will be in our show notes. This statistic on their the blew my mind. First of all, you said that might mess, but the physical clutter really does contribute to exiled especially in women. Yeah. And then the other thing that you mentioned that just totally blew my mind. And I was love to hear you explain this and sort of talk us through what this looks like is that eliminating clutter would reduce our housework by forty percent. Yes. Like talk to me about that. How does that work? That is so mind blowing. And that's why always put that everywhere. I want these women to understand like, it doesn't matter if you have kids or you don't or you're married or you're single if you're in high school college, if you're eighty it doesn't matter what season of life, you're in vatelot burden off of anybody like forty percents. I have to say this is what I do day in and day out. I speak with women who are going through this who have made it to the other side who are in the thick of it. And I myself have gone through this process. And I've got to say that's being very safe to say forty percent. I would very very much encourage anyone listening like I would go more towards sixty seventy in my experience. And when I'm working with the moms that like they go all the way in and they are just they become ruthless editors and protectors of what is allowed in their home. Because what takes up your space takes up your time? You don't only buy things with your dollars. You. By them with your minute and your moments with your family with your boyfriend husband, your parents, whoever is important to you. And so realizing that will make you like be done and just go all the way. And like, I, you know, I'm a big advocate of not being super rules based in minimalism. I think a lot of teachers out there. Meanwhile, and they're doing great work and some people really respond to roles, but I do think that there's a legalism there. That's unhealthy. And you can you're basically starting out. Like, I always explain it like this. You wanna focus on that forty percent, which is probably more like sixty seventy and use it as drive to move forward and make ruthless decisions. But when you start out, and you learn about this, you're usually most people are handcuffed to their stuff. It owns them takes up their time. It owns them rather than them owning it, and then they figure this out. They find minimalism simplification, and they go with it. And some people particularly. Type as I've found tight be. So I don't really relate to that. But especially type a people who are listening for you. Stephanie. They tend to get. So like obsessed obsessed like perfectionist about the process that they begin to like wait, am I doing this? Right. Am I doing this wrong? How many of this should I have how many of this is she have. Well, what does everyone else doing? Well, what is this teacher have like? And these are the women that obsessively message me on Instagram in Email, my assistant trying to get to me like if Alica just share how many genes she has. And it's like girl, let it go. Like, this is for you and your lifestyle your life. I you can bet your, but I have way more clothes than you need because my job is video and touring and doing TV things like it doesn't matter. This works for me. What does you know Mary need? What does Stephanie need? What does Ashley need? What works for your life? Focus on not drive to cut down that housework by so much and ask yourself. What do I use? What serves me? Who am I? Okay. If you're a chef who works from home, and you basically you have a baby and you're literally always in yoga pants. Don't get rid of all but to yoga pants like keep your yoga pants. Maybe you should get rid of some of your ino- trousers from your old corporate job. What are you using? Who are you? And don't you dare worry about that whole like, well, what if I go back to my corporate about if I need this later like better than we don't keep things out of what if and fear so walking forward with those core principles is so much better than the other styles of teachers who are like you need to have less than thirty bucks. You need to line your carrots up in the crisper. So that you're inspired when you open your fridge like maybe you might have time for that. But like, I don't so I'm not about those lake those rules like it's just limiting and your chaining yourself to your stuff. Again, you were chained before. Now, you're still obsessively pursuing the rule is that your chain? Again. This is about freedom. Oh my gosh. Girl. Preach. Real so good. So like when it comes to editing our stuff like talk through when it comes to our laundry like talk through what it looks like to if we have less. How does that like eliminate some of our housework just like break? I mean, it makes sense. But I feel like I wanted like crystal clear the connection between I got rid of clothes. I don't like, and I got rid of my old corporate clothes. Therefore, this is like what my time looks like does that make sense? Yes. Like, you're loaded. How is your load? Exactly lightened. So. Okay. So the first step is mental. There's no if ands or buts about it. It's if you something taking up space, and you see it every now, and then like even subconsciously like I would encourage anyone listening to do a deep dive like study, even just on Google on your subconscious mind, versus your conscious mind, our subconscious mind is constantly taking things in and it works out while we sleep. So if you had unexplained in psalm. If you've had anxiety. If you have struggled with depression, a lot of that is coming from your subconscious mind, and there's so many studies that show if you for example, let's stick with the corporate close example, let's say that we've got Mary, and she is had a corporate job and she became pregnant and isn't a single mom. She works from home, and she's holding onto this corporate close in a clear been at the top of her closet on a shelf. Just in case. She doesn't really know what life looks like right now. He's having Stella business at home. She worked for yoga pants. She's got her baby. Boy, this is her life. Every time Mary walks into her closet to grab a pair of shoes or something for her son or get a coat to go out. She catches that box in the Ben in her perfume vision and without even consciously paying attention to it. It's there she realizes that. It's there. She knows that. It's there she's walking into space that it's in and her subconscious processing, emotions, this is a big deal. We hold onto. Things that we wish we fit in we hold onto things that are from somebody who's passed away. And when you know, of course, there's a period of time, that's fine. But when it's been years, and we're just holding on we're sitting subconsciously in grief in loss in resentment in failure like in Mary's example, that might be perceived at into her own self as thing she failed at that. She lost that she's upset about that. She wishes hadn't happened rather than how amazing out of these choices. I made I got this beautiful baby. Boy, I can work from home. And I'm doing it. I'm paying his house on killing it let go of that old life. So when you hold onto things for negative reasons, we or whatever that fear we are messing with our subconscious were stealing joy from ourselves. And I mean, honestly, just look it up if you're doubting if you're like, no, I don't think that's true look at it's completely mind blowing. So that's the first it's a mental thing. And it's important to take. Care of our subconscious and to take care of ourselves and to make sure like when you walk into a room and your home, especially specially the bedroom, which is so often like the storage place for junk because no one goes in there. But you usually unless you have like super root house gas or something. Like, nobody goes in there. But you like you're causing even my closet. Full disclosure kind of a mess right now. Because I started cluttering, and then broke one on my golden rules and walked away from it. So it was just like a little craft show in there right now. But anyway, like you walk in and you wanna feel like you wanna feel good? You wanna feel safe? You wanna feel at peace? And so just taking a little example from my life for anyone who relates to this. I school my kids at home with my husband and my husband, and I run the company together from home. So we're home all of time were introverts were homebodies or here all the time. If my space was holding like a holding cell for past failures for things like, for example, one big thing for me is I dropped out of my parents into a private college dropped out. And I got married and was like, I hate it here. I don't wanna be here. I don't wanna do anything that needs. This. I'm leaving. And everything is fine now, and all is healed. And everything is good, obviously like my life ended up how needed to. But that's always been a little bit of source by and I had some college books for years, and I would just kind of look at those in question and be like man, like why am I holding on like why was holding onto it? I'm have kids. I'm not going back to college. Like, I had this inner feeling that I had failed my dad, and when I let go of those books like I I stopped like a voiding my office in that bookshelf in here. Now, I love it. So you see like I never really consciously thought about the book, I never really consciously dealt with Wia was holding onto it. But it was here in it would catch my eye from time to time in filming with negative emotions that weren't clear enough for me to even recognize process. So that's the mental side of Wyatt matters that you don't hold onto things and how it lightens your load immediately the physical side, which gets most people Mark cited is that it kinda can seem like we'll have less close like are gonna have to dri more or like, we'll just sitting in my closet. I'm not really having to wash. Like, why does it matter? So. We wanna just clear that physical space another. I'm gonna have you guys googling a whole lot. Another thing to look up is like the mental emotional benefits of white space. It's called white space. Just having like not having everything full also in interior design. It's a method of creating funk Hsi-wei, a beautiful clear space that you love doesn't have to be cold or non cozy. But having white space in like a closet in a room on a bookshelf in your living room anywhere is so beneficial. It's so good for your mental health. It's just you walk in. And you have that feeling of I'm not over stuffed. My life hasn't overstuffed. Calendar isn't overstuffed. My closet isn't overstuffed. This is good white space brings positive energy. And it's so healing. It's so good for you is to have that white space. So there's that part and then in terms of the like laundry specifically, I'm sorry, my answers or so long. I'm trying to. Like, I am. So with the second hang up. I might cancelling the rest of the day. And I'm going out of the trash, and I know I'm not the only one we're gonna like ever going to post photos and tag us in all the crap the bigger red. Yes, yes, I love and I want you guys to walk away from this. I'm taking time out of my day Stephanie's taking time out of her day. Like, we want this to be worthwhile. And for you to walk away like freaking on fire. So okay. So with laundry, you have what you need to most people most people wear twenty percent of their wardrobe eighty percent of time, that's the average like the statistics out there, maybe give or take a little bit depending unless you have a very unique situation. That's usually what you are doing. So what's the deal that other eighty percent like everybody needs their, you know, their LB their little black dress for weddings events. Everybody needs their workout clothes just in case. Like if ever want have a casualty of and if you don't wear it all the time. Everybody needs a great flair, gene. Like, you know, you've got your Staples. And you don't argue over time, and that's fine. But most of the time if you were to walk into your closet right now, while you're listening to us you'll see stuff that you wish you fit in stuff that used to be your style. But now, it's not like there's no shame and changing your style. But like why are you holding onto the old one? You have all your your different. Now, your new and. And eighty percent is going to be stuff that does not make you happy kinda makes a little depressed. Maybe if you've gone through a surgery, and it caused you to gain weight or something happened in your life or you had a baby or something like you're holding onto the past. And the way that declutter in your clothes does lead to less laundry. Is you have less close you have less to wash. Yes. You may need to get yourself into a rhythm where you're going to like for me. I do a load of laundry every morning because I've got a lot of people in my house, if you're a different season in you're listening, and it's just you or just you in like one or two other people that will look different. But the fact is that it is virtually impossible for me to get like laundry mountain. So over well-made that it's gonna take me all week to catch up because it's just not enough stuff. I don't really like capsule wardrobe personally because I really really like fashion putting together at at probably be doing that. If I wasn't doing this. And I my job and. But I got I've got what I need and everything in there gets warn, you know, at least every once in a while. So you just want to focus on that you want everything in there to get worn in every once in a while, and you're gonna have less to wash gonna have that white space. You're gonna have a clear mental space because of it, and you're not gonna be damaged in your subconscious. Every time you walk into your closet. I feel like that makes so much sense in there really is. I mean, even thinking about my closet now. And I've I've done several passes through it first of all walking in and having shelves that like. Aren't exploding or you know. It's the reason why we've at least me I like break out in hives walking into someplace like forever twenty one I still go because if you spend enough time and there you'll find a gym. But like going in there, I mean, I might exactly goes through the roof. Whereas if you go to some I even like the highest end stores, which I never go in those like, a kid, even pun example. But it's like they have like four things on the shelves and the F really beautiful. I kind of doesn't make any sense. But I mean, it's really beautiful and really like relaxing, this just not as much to to sort through. There's not stuff like falling off the hangers onto the floor ends I feel like our causing to the same way. But there's also something really like imagining walking in your closet and having knowing that one everything fits to everything. Like, there's not anything. That's like missing button sue can't wear it. Like you take care of that. Or get rid of it or growing it out by like, the sweater itchy. Like, I can think of sweaters in my closet. Every time put them on there. Like two short who long are pulling it them. They're too tight or something like that. And it's just you're literally physically uncomfortable all day long. If you wear those things so the difference between that and walking in and seeing a closet that doesn't look like forever twenty one on a sale day and everything in it, you know, fits you and feels nice and makes you feel good in your own skin. Like, that's amazing. And the changes the whole course of your day. Right. Exactly. And it's like you. I love the example, you gave about forever twenty one versus like a high end like little small teak like we need a treat ourselves like that boat teak. There's nothing wrong with having a lot of options. Like, I don't want anyone to miss here me. And I just know this is my job like minimalism and teaching this is my job, and I have a very full closet. I have a lot of close again. I love clothes and love options. I enjoy shopping and I love that. My job has small aspect of of it that allows me like kind of need to constantly be changing and try new things and not looking stale in the old same capsule wardrobe and. Never Chan love that my favorite thing. So it's okay to have a lie if that fits your life. But a lot of people listening are going to hear like let go and feel a lot of freedom in terms of their closet because getting dressed overwhelms them. They've never felt very good at it. They don't really care. They just like basic Staples. You are made to have a capsule job. So again minimalism needs to be less about rules. And how many of these thing you're keeping and less about organising and more about who are you? What serves you? I'm very very just liberal with my clothes in my closet. But I'm extremely strict in my kitchen 'cause I don't really do a ton of fancy things in there. I just want what I need and I want to be able to find it quickly. So me, but who are you? Hey, friends. 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How do we what do we do when we walk into a closet or walk into our kitchen with a bag or something like what do next and how do we deal? I think a lot of the I think a lot of what holds us back is guilt like either guilt that I bought this in the tags are still on thinking of in particular like tags are still on that stupid that I didn't wear it stupid that I bought it. And like should have been more careful, or, you know, my mom bought me, this that happens a lot like this person happy this. I feel bad getting rid of it were what if all like, how do you talk us through the actual you walk into a room you want less stuff? How do you get there? Yeah. And I think like after we address this. I think if you can remember because in case, I forget, I want to circle back and talk about shopping and trying things on and how to do that. So. So that we because you have to you can't like put a band aid on a wound that still bleeding underneath like we stopped that feed and get intentional with what we're bringing into our house in the first place. So we can maybe like circle back to that. After I deal with this. Like, I wanna address what you said. So so heavy so important that guilt almost like shame. Like, oh my gosh. Am I part of the problem? I waste full like America's so wasteful. That is so hard to not be part of the problem. So right down. I'll make sure we circle back. Okay. Okay. So first let's deal with that guilt. When you're going into declutter, and you get hit with that like whether it's that you shouldn't have wasted money on something. And you can't believe you did that and you're gonna hold onto it because well, it's all tags on like who does the who gets the soles tags on it or oh my gosh. My mom cannot seem to nail down my style. And this is awful, but she gave it to me, and I've just been holding onto it. The thing is like let's deal with the buying thing. I you didn't you're not wasting money by letting go of something that still has the tags on you wasted money. When you bought it in the first place, and we're all growing and learning like we're all learning lessons and evolving in our own versions of ourselves. That's just a lesson be thankful that it served you in the way that it taught you this lesson and how much more mind. Full. Are you going to be shopping after that like visually seeing yourself grab that shirt down? And put it in the donation bag is such a lesson. Let's not be shaming and guilting ourselves. Let's be grateful everything that we have has served us in some way. So if something is like stale and needs to be a new one it served, you surges purpose until it expired announce time to replace it with a new one even that shirt that you're thinking of the has the tags on it that you feel kind of dumb for buying like, no it served a purpose. It's teaching you will lessen its teaching you to grow into a woman who is much less wasteful and his intentional all the way down even to how she shops amass a really big deal. So it shifts that mindset from negative. I'm so dumb on my gosh. I can't believe this. I'm going to hold onto it. 'cause I can't deal with the emotions that come up when I think of being this wasteful to positive. Thank you for this lesson. Like, I'm so glad that I learned that I'm moving on. This isn't have a place in. A new life. I love that in a love you talked earlier about how everything costs something like everything costs money. But it also costs time in space and not like precious white space that so important for mental health in. So it's like, okay, I love how you said we already we already wasted the money. The money's gone. So now are we going to continue to like throw good money after bad in the fact that we're Sankar facing white space where sacrificing like we're adding to our clutter were like, we're still we're paying again. So right. I never would have thought about it that way. That's really great. Exactly. Like, are you going is you you wasted money in the beginning? And now you're going to be even more wasteful by wasting more white space and moments from this shirt like it's not worth that. Yeah. Get out of that. Shame space. What it go? And then I think when it comes to things that other people gave us this is what that women need to know. You do not have some invisible contract. That's odd. Leading you to hold onto things for X amount of time. This person something it reminded them of you in some way, they thought they would give it to you. Or you had a birthday or something that obligated them to get you something I think we overestimate how much thought people put into us over estimate how much emotional like attachment. They have to the fact that we're keeping this thing. Some people are crazy, especially when you have kids if you don't like the the inlaws in grandparents to the kids in the toys, they give them it. It gets it gets pretty steep in. It's like, whoa it, which was toys. She wasn't playing with like, relax. You know? Like, it even comes to stuff like that. Like, a sweater, your mom, gave your whatever. Like, it's it's okay. You're not being ungrateful by letting go of this is your home in your space. Your moment's a gift is amazing 'cause you don't have to spend the dollars. But you're still spending the minutes, you're still sacrificing white space just be thankful. Like, write them a great. Thank. Hugh card if you need to put on and send a picture in it. And like just say, thank you so much mom, and then go ahead and let it go. It's okay. It's okay to go straight from the birthday dinner and head to goodwill. Like, it's okay. There's nothing wrong with and I think we've just get wrapped up in this like, but it's so sad. And like, what is she going to think like her civil if somebody gives you a gift, and they ask you where it is. I feel like they have more problems than you do. Like, we did have a conversation about that. That is the way when what is going on not going on in your life that you remembered to get that you gave me something in your asking where it is. Or if I have it like awkward much. That's not that's not on me. Like, that's on you. And you if ever does happen. I just read you rack dispatch people know what I do for a living. So that does happen to me. They're like digit clatter it. Sure kidding. I'll just circle back around. And be like. Oh, yeah. About sweater. I love that you gave that to me. It was had such beautiful colors and look really flattering. Thank you so much for that loved it. Like, I totally avoided saying that it will have it anymore. Yeah. Also, any of my friends are saying, this is the most awkward moment of my life. Because I've said this like five of them recently. You know, you're avoiding the fact that you've got rid of it. But like thanking them for their time in their thought and their money, and how sweet it was. But yeah, you're kind of kind of crossing a weird Brown to ask me if I still have. That's weird. We'll okay. So I'm glad that you said that because I'm gonna try to say this in a way that's not going to get me in trouble. So there are seasons for for all different reasons that I've been given something or miasma Carlin, I've been given something I feel like I have to really careful 'cause I don't know who's listening. And as podcast. And things, but you know, sometimes the thing isn't we already have it or can't return exchanges. Exchanging is a really big deal something that I didn't know before our wedding when we were registering for gifts is that you e- exchange like everything in. So when we're when you're getting a wedding gift for somebody the chances that they're going to have three magic bullets which we had three magic bullets. I don't know how that happened. The registry is supposed to keep track of that for you. But we end with three we got to take two of them back in exchange for like half a vacuum or something which we've really needed. We didn't have a vacuum and that help pay for that. And so I feel like one feel a little bit free or when you're giving people wedding gifts because the the shuffle that happens after the wedding happens. And it's totally okay for you as the couple and for you as the gift giver, like they're just trying to sort out with need, and that's true for all of us with with any gift that we're given. We're just sort of trying to sort out what we need, and we may be given like something we already have or a couple of something. So okay. Maybe I can give this example. I was given. I don't think they're going to listen to this. I was given the same book three times. Hopefully, and the book was so thoughtful. And I love it. And I loved it the first time in the second time in the third time. And it's so cute that this one book made three people that I dearly love think of me will I didn't have the receipt. I couldn't exchange it. And so what I did. And what I've actually started doing is. I have shelf in one of our one of our bedrooms, we have kind of this big shelf, and I have gifts, and they're things that I've either bought in bulk like bought four of the same book because it's a great gift or. Bottles of wine because we need to every once in a while Sunday, you can't buy bottled wine, and you need to take something to someone's house or the birthday, you forgot you have a couple extra candles or something like that. But anyway, so I had the books on that shelf. And I was able to regifter them which sounds terrible. But the they were brand new I didn't touch him. Regifter them to other people. And so that gift was still like a gift and a blessing. Just I got to pass it on. And I feel like we can do that. Whether it's storing things up to say, hey, what I'm not gonna wear this. But someone would really love this or I was given this for free. I already have one I'm going to hang onto it. Because I know this person I'm gonna give it to them for their birthday. They'll love it. And I feel like that's the opposite of wasteful. That's really resourceful and the same is true about something like goodwill, or you know, like buffalo exchange or something like where you can actually sell your clothes. That's going to be a gift to someone else. You got the you got to feel grateful. You've got to be loved and you get to pass on. There's nothing wrong with that. And I think too like just realizing like, I think it's a certain personality type. And I definitely know that it is not mine. Well, like, it's a certain personality type of people that I tend they always kind of have the same type of like the way they speak in the way, they are very sensitive in sweet. And just like always thinking of other people in every circumstances to fault to where they're not functioning at their best selves because they're always putting people first, and then, you know, this type of person than they like volcano because they're feeling guac did. Yes. Ended up person. Well. So like that I seems to be like the people what those personality types that are listening might wanna like just pay really close attention to that. Like there's nothing wrong with just being like, oh my gosh. Thank you so much for this. You are so sweet and then holding onto it and regifter later, also like what you said about having the bottles of wine, and like Arno, maybe keep like some birthday cards and stuff like that, simplifying your life. That's not clutter bad as a purpose. And that is saving you time and stress and making you prepared like, yes, I can't go to dinner tonight last minute. I will bring a bottle of wine like, yes. Buying your life so much. I so I totally to on the Graham for anyone who knows what that means. So Ali just said about being the kind of person who like sometimes struggles to recognize their own needs that has been my work for the last couple years, and I've grown so much. But I can totally be over sentimental, and I can worry to worry about hurting someone's feelings by gifting something. And and so it's something I've really had to work through. But that I. And the other thing is terrible gift giver for my whole life. I've never been the person that shows up with the thoughtful gift, I just have never known how to do that. But it's been really cool because I've been able to connect one thing to the other someone loving me. And giving me a gift is so great, and I don't have to hold onto it out to be a great thing. I can then pass it on and have gifts that are ready to go and birthday cards that are ready to go. And then I can be better friend in a more thoughtful gift giver passing on it's been. So then it's my. Somebody else was as good at giving gifts. And they gave you a great one, and you already had it. So you're able to like use their gifts to boss somebody else. And my husband is also a two on the Ingraham, and I'm an eight. So, you know, I think that I understand that type of personalities have a lot more than a us two minutes. Just it's so good. And I've just want like really quick to just pour into you. And just say like that is such a gift like it is so powerful to care for others. I oughta medically like for me. It's kind of more like, okay, wait. I think I think doing the thing again back think about everyone else for a second is. So I mean, it's such a gift, but yeah, don't let it don't. Let yourself be a slave to anything. Not your personality type, not depression, not anxiety, not clutter. Nothing. Like, we don't wanna live our lives in flavor to anything. And I think that all of this falls under that like you're getting out of slavery in all these different. Areas in creating in that freedom for yourself. I love that so much. Thank you friends. We were talking about how to like, so I feel like we've talked about the guilt thing like we can get rid of stuff. So now, how do we make the decision? And I know that there's no rules. It's not you can have as many pairs of jeans as fits your lifestyle. But like chirp, how do we what's our filter that we go through our house with and you mentioned a golden rule about not stopping halfway through. I feel like I want to hear more about that too. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay. So in the actual process kind of like, I always kinda give a bunch of different phrasings, and like examples of like KOMO like these key questions like core philosophies that will help you filter things through because different phrasings in different like trigger words are powerful to different people. So like, I mentioned earlier one thing is like is this worthy. Like, you know, that this is taking up your time, you paid for it with your dollars you paid for it with your minutes, and you will continue to pay for it with your minutes until you don't have it anymore. So is this worthy? Isn't that you need like toaster oven. Yes. I need to use that it's okay. That I have to wipe the fingerprints off of it and dump the crumb tray out and lifted up to I've underneath it. When I'm cleaning the kitchen, it's my toaster-oven, and they need it. So that's okay. That's an easy one. But you know, this like go back to the sweater that my grandma gave me why am I hard time with this is this worthy. Like, no, it's itchy. It's ugly. I just feel weird about it. I know she's going to ask me about it. When I see her at thanksgiving. That's not worthy of your space in your time in the your lack of white space. You're cutting down on your house or by forty to sixty percent, right? Like is this you're gonna cut back on that percentage for this wetter? Like, it's it's not worthy asking that question. Like is this worthy is this? Adding to my life is another one to the task or another even another way to phrase is this worthy is this adding to my life in a positive way. Think about like I always talk about the ideal versions of ourselves. Like have you ever bought some? Something because you wanted to be the type of person that wears that are uses that, but you never actually wear it or used it. Yes. Yeah. But that's because the ideal version of yourself that you have again in your subconscious, which is all important things light. Apparently you wanted to be that person. Like for me, it was fancy little hairclips like I really like made. Well, and they have like these like little goals like soft dainty, very minimalist, but pretty and dainty like hairclips, I would get one almost every time. I walked into that store, and then I realized like made willing cheap. I've got like three hundred dollars of hairclips in here. And I've literally never worn one. Like what the heck? And I realized like my ideal version of myself would take the time to tie her hair back and put little ties and stuff. But the reality is I have a lot of scarring on my temples that I'm very self conscious about an I feel my best when my hair down. And I love my hair. I think it's a really great feature that I have. So I always like to curl it in where it messy wavy and down. And that's just where I'm comfortable. So. So the real version of me doesn't wear pretty dainty clips, I kept one case ever, go to a fancy dinner something which happens, and I got rid of the rest, and that's a perfect gift to say just to a friend of mine who's a hair silence. And she always has things in her hair. And she looked at me with like is is big as saucers like aren't these made? Well, like, they are guests. I think I might be a little bit wasteful. But here you can gift it and happy birthday in three months as a loan. Hello. You're just kind of like checking in like, it is this is this meat, or is this the ideal version of me, and this adding to my life and giving me purpose, it helping me live on purpose is it worthy of all of these things that alleges taught me of time and housework and clutter and white space and mental space and the risk of subconsciously kind of walking into a depressive wool because of what I'm holding onto is this worthy. Those are some really like heavy serious guidelines, and when you walk in with that in your armed with that not a lot of things fit that Bill. That's it's tough. It's tough to fit that. So you're going to be able to be really ruthless. And then I think also don't be impractical again with a toaster oven. Like, if there's a toy that, you think is just disgusting and dirty and trash, but your son is obsessed with it and would be heartbroken. If you got rid of it. Don't torture your family, like don't make life harder. Don't. Well, I have this body soap that I love, but I have three more under my sink, and that's clutter. So I'm going to get rid of it. All you use the body, soap, you love it. You're eventually gonna run out like why are you wasting money? So kind of balance these Hitler's the you don't like. Yeah. Get rid of when or if you have like three that you bought in bulk of the same one that you love than keep it. You're eventually gonna need them. Like, why are you doing that? But yeah, don't if you like if you bought a lotion and you'll like the smell throw it out. If you bought a lotion menu liked it so much you bought five others don't throw away the five others because they're clutter. Eventually you're gonna run out, and you're gonna need those like or gift to your mom or something. But you see what I'm saying like hopefully balancing. Yeah. Balancing that the philosophical part of it of like is this worthy with just simple logic. And like commonsense. And the other thing that you mentioned was not stopping halfway through. So there are three golden rules to making declaring session successful. And. One of them is your not finished like don't walk away until the things that you decided to keep or putting the keep pile are put in their new homes because when you're doing that you might realize oh crap. I don't have any home for this. I guess I don't have the space for it. No wonder my house has been so cluttered, I'm going to get rid of it. Anyway. So the things that you're keeping are putting their new homes that things that you decided our trash and not even worth like, you know, maybe they're broken or something that can't even like regifter them or donate them go in the trash bag and get walked out of your house into the outside. Trash can you're all the way out and the things that are donate or gifted get dealt with. So like if you're like Stephanie put have a spot where you put gifts for people. I have this like really cool vintage console downstairs in my entryway. And there's a there's nine Jordan because it's a it's actually a dresser from the seventies. So I use one of the drawers for cards like thank you birthday anniversary just in case like Minnesota friend than I realized I forgot. Can you know, give her card or whatever? And then another one for like that shelf that you were talking about like, we'll gifts just like books, and publishers are always sending me books enough that I don't want an regret for my friend, who's going through a divorce or whatever this book is about. And so you don't have it there. So your things that you realize you can regifter can goes in your spot like that or the things that you're going to donate get bagged up. And then here's the thing was with donations donating can often be a way to continue to hold onto clutter. So here's what you're gonna do. You're gonna bag up your donations. And you're going to do one of two things you're either going to go on goodwill or Salvation Army. If that's what floats your boat in that you donate to and schedule a pickup. If you've got like large items in furniture in like big a lot of clothes and stuff. They'll they'll come pick it up for you. Or you're going to set an alarm in your phone for no more than three days from now from that day that you're cutting and remind yourself to drop off that stuff at the nation center. If you're gonna donate to a women. Shelter or church or whatever that's fine. Find what you know works for you. And no more than three days and that bag needs to get out of the room. You just declared. What's going to happen is your husband's gonna Mandarin and be like, hey, I gave you this. Or hey, I been looking for this even though it's at or meant for eight years, like get it out your room should be clean vacuumed. Everything put away like done, otherwise it's gonna come undone. Or like what I just did my closet now, it's been four days and broke my own rule, and my closets total crap show, and I can't even find my shoes. It gets like it. Does get worse before it gets better. But if westoff way through it just got worse. Yeah. I just got worse. Did nothing you frustrated yourself, and you're going to be like subconsciously again, you're going to be like ALI'S. The worst told me the clutter now. Everything's a mess than I don't even wanna go in my room because you didn't finish because you didn't finish Ali. I promise you out remember circle back to the shopping thing. Yes. See I did forget, okay. I got after you. Like, workout decluttering and side note, really quick if you're overwhelmed always start in the bathroom. There's not a lot of emotional stuff in there. It's an easy. Yes. Or no. And that will give you some momentum. But once you deal with the cluttering stuff, you've gotta realize that there's a bleed happening. And you've gotta stop that bleed. So you have to get a handle on the incoming flow of stuff. This is a really big topic. There's like celebrations in holidays birthdays and things that are being brought in from other people, but will focus on your shopping right now. So when you're shopping. Unless I mean, there's very little wiggle room here. But like unless you like let's go back to made. Well, let's save it. You have two pairs of jeans from while the same jeans the same size, you know, your size. Maybe got four pairs from there. And you just know this is my size it made while I'm getting the same silos the different color. I don't try them on that's fine. Otherwise, don't shop unless you like how time and I mean, sometimes I'm just like really not in the mood to try things on then don't shop like shop. When you're we have time in your in the mood to try things on I was at anthropology the other day looking for dress for this event. And I found this really really cute top like it just looks like it was made for me. And I went in and tried it on and I mean, I don't know what it was something about the fabric. It was just like it was like the designer was like, okay, what could make Ali look like fifty pounds. Heavier in like really boxing dislike really screwed up mission. Accomplish. Shirt. Like Valda was worse. Gosh, it was so random like it had my favorite colors and patterns like you just never know anthro H E like I would have bought that shirt and gone home and been like what the heck I don't live near them. So, you know, I would the whole circles starts I now I'm not going to reach out to them and ask about the returns on the phone because I'm busy, but it's gonna sit there that thirty day periods gonna pass and I wasted. I mean, an anthropology probably a solid hundred dollars on a that is not made for me. Yep. So always try things on matter. What unless it's like, oh already knew I have these. I just want them in black or whatever it is. So try things on N. Also, ask yourself like you should feel it doesn't matter if you just had a baby or if you're at the fittest point in your life. If you've been going through a hard time you've gained sixty pounds. It doesn't matter every single thing. No, exceptions, pajamas workout wear sweatpants, t shirts your little black dress. S all the way up to what you wear to like a fancy event or a wedding or something every single item even your panties and your bras should make you look and feel an walk like, you are fifteen pounds lighter. You are confident, and you would easily be photographed in that outfit. Every single thing. Like your underwear if they leave a big line on your butt cheeks and make yovany of cellulite or way, more cellulite than you. Do. Why are you do that to yourself? You're worth way, more than that every single thing when you're hanging out at home with your hubby, and you're in your sweatpants t shirts, you should feel adorable. You shouldn't feel annoyed or uncomfortable. You should feel beautiful all the time. We ov- at to ourselves. And I hate hate hate when I hear women talking like like, I just like, I just look awful. Of course, I ran into her that I looked awful. No like, you should never feel. It's went through our faces in our hair. Of course, it turned into a crapshoot. Sometimes, but like are close like you should feel beautiful on flattered all the time. Why on God's green earth? Would you spend money on something that's gonna make you feel words or hold onto it when it makes you feel worse? So that's my rule of them. I think that every woman is incredible in beautiful in every shape has it strengthen weaknesses just like our personality types in the our minds function. We all have our strengths and weaknesses and anybody can pull off bright lipstick anybody can pull off ankle boots, skinny jeans flares, whatever you want. But it's about how you feel. If you look amazing, everyone thinks you look great in those jeans. But you are just really not feeling it. They're they're pointless, and they're a waste of money in their waste of space. So try things on stop the bleed don't buy things unless like you should feel like oh my gosh. I don't wanna take this off. I am freaking out and so excited to where. To you know, that dinner party or to wear to church on Sunday, or whatever it is like you should be so excited in gladly pay the money for that not like while I guess this will work like you should never buy something without there's so much in the world. Like there are so many stores, especially now that we can shop online we can shop from any country in the world pretty much, and I feel like there's no like our standards are just pretty low. It's like we're dating and we go on a date with a guy. He's like, I don't know. Okay. In the conversations. Okay. And we have an okay time. Like, yeah. I guess I'll marry him like, no, we have to have higher standards hat, and it is possible to find things that are soft and beautiful in your favorite color, and like we should hold out and have have higher standards. Not let anything into our house unless we love it. There was a. You know, people I feel like are talking about Murray condo a lot right now. Just because of her show on Netflix and stuff, and I love a lot of what she does some of the stuff. I'm like, I don't think I could ever fold things like that. Or? I don't know. But the thing about sparking joy, I've had this conversation with so many people her philosophy is you should pick something up. And if it doesn't spark joy in you. You should get rid of it. And I feel like when I've talked to people about the idea of just going through your house and getting rid of stuff. One of the biggest like hesitations is. Okay. My trash can doesn't bring me joy. There's not a trash can. And it's going to bring me joy. But I don't actually think that's true like the one that stinks that has gum stuck to the bottom of it that you've had since high school that doesn't match the rest of your room. Like that doesn't bring you joy, a new trash can that doesn't stink that matches sleek. And that you picked out like that. It's not gonna like make you jump for DUI. But when you see it you're gonna feel like yes, this looks like I hope it would look and things like a spatula like if you're going through your specialist, one of them you melted making pancakes and the other one you didn't and you prefer using one. It's like that's. When you keep it, right? I'm so glad you brought up the trash can thing. Because like we had. Okay. So I really love design I love interior design. And it's important to me that my house is beautiful and functional for my kids. But I don't I don't feel that you need to sacrifice beauty just because you have. So I am I catch in like we worked really hard on the house. We love it. It's like all white white subways. How white grout like white counters everything is white and clean and open and beautiful. Well, we have this like trashcan that we just had used for forever. And it was black. And it was plastic. I just like the ones from target with the lid that spins around, and like you can put things in and it was plastic. So it was light. And it would like move whenever I have my hands full of like Turkey me and like gig or whatever like trying to like get get like move. And I'd like spill, and I was always having to clean it showed every single Mark because it was black, and it just wasn't working the Spinney lid was really wide. So I'd like spin it and push it to put something in and the. The gunk would catch on the back of the other side of the laid. And it was because it was like a who what is happening. And so my husband was like, look, I found this trash can called simple human, and I'm not promoting them or anything. I don't know them. But I'm just saying. No, we're with you, simply human enters simple human. But it was like a simple human brand trash cans, and they're like kind of expensive. So I was like, oh, I guess. So I was like, well, let's just do it. We did it. And it's like it's so sleek it's white with a silver top the lid is responsive. So it's already open when I walk over to it. It has a foot thing on it. If it ever for some reason dozen cents you you're like standing there trying to lift it with your pinky nail. Like it. It's so random it changed the way I felt about my kitchen, and it it matters. Like, I so agree with you, the spark joy thing. Just the only reason I don't go along with that is first of all that's her thing. And she's so good at what she does the wave. She doesn't. And if you like that type of teaching like, amazing, she's doing great things. But firm like I'm the tight be among I'm busy like, I don't I don't just doesn't it doesn't speak Donnie in that way to just do that. I'm looking at the purpose and like like again like. Is this worry trashcan wasn't worthy. And it certainly didn't spark joy. And now mine does. So it you're so right. It does matter every single thing makes you feel something. So the last thing I want to ask you about Elliot's just can you you start to talk about this at the beginning. But I feel like I would love to just leave women with a picture of what this can look like at the end of the day. Like, can you tell us about your house? Tell us how it feels for your family to be in your house. Tell us tell us kind of what the after can look like. And I know we're all like, I know you have a closet to clean. Tells like what what can the result of this look? Yeah. So it it looks like it just looks like a good feeling everywhere. I know that sounds funny. But honestly, it's like I walk in with my hands full of groceries at my kids being cranky of day. And that's my problem. And that's it. I don't also have a giant pile of laundry like a bunch of stuff to do. I have the space. I need in my day to do my work and run my business in help women all over the world. And then like do language arts with my kids and play video game with them. Like, I'm Super Mario. We play all the time. Like make dinner and like just live homes are designed for us to live in and make memories in. They weren't designed to own us take over and requires so much maintenance that you're having to either like spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars to have other people maintain them for you day today or spend all your time doing it. Like, I I've delegated what I can as a busy mom in businesswoman. Like, I have a housekeeper that comes every week. I love her. But she's cleaning the baseboards she scrubbing the tubs. She's not like only my gosh. Like, I have to fold all his laundry for you like, it's not there's nothing like that. It's open and clean. We've lived in super super tiny houses. We bought a camper and renovated it and lived in it for a year while we turned the country. Like we've lived in a box literally as a camper, and like we now have a way bigger house and we've lived in all types of houses. And it doesn't matter all boils down to this space that was made for you with all the stuff that you need to do your life. Like, I have all. All the tech tools that I need to run my online business and no other ones just because they were shiny and seemed cool. I of the close at need to have inspiration and mix and match different outfits and styles together and walk out of the house feeling so good like, I always get complimented on my outfits, and I don't think it's because they're Q. I think it's because I feel so good I walk into places like I own them. And I'm confident and happy I feel beautiful and even as I work on my health and losing weight from having babies, I feel so good and my house feels that way to get set setup for life to happen. Their storage where we need it from the kids stuff than school stuff. And all that. And it's beautiful though. Like, everything is beautiful. I love being in my kitchen, even though I don't like to cook. I love being in my laundry room, even though I really don't like doing laundry like everything is just beautiful because when you spend time being intentional about removing the access the natural next step is to make it beauty. Awful and make it a space that you love being an even more. 'cause you just made yourself love being that I've been thinking, I'm with you. I love interior design, and I'm not great at it. Like, it will never be my job. But it's totally one of my biggest hobbies, I love creating spaces and our home, and it's funny because on the weekends. I find myself wanting to do a lot of house projects and then during the week. I don't have time to do anything in my house, but I feel like on the weekends. I get to nurture my house and create spaces that are nurturing. And then during the week, I'm nurtured by my house, and like it's something beautiful in this one place. I've put a soft blanket right where I'm going to need it. And then during the week on a Wednesday evening when it's cold and rainy outside the blankets. Just where I wanted it. And I feel like when we invest in our spaces and clear things out and make them feel like we want them to feel like we wanna feel in them. We actually get to be nurtured by them in return. Yeah. And that's the whole point. That's why we spend money on things. That's why we shopped for. Things that make us happy. And when you walk into target or a place like anthropology, and you see the candles and the throw blankets and all the cute stuff. You don't think? Like, oh, I just like that. You imagine it in your home. And you imagine your ideal life that you don't have. So instead of like letting that lead to frustration like let it lead to motivation to create the home that you want and then fill it with things that matter and are worth that space to you. I love that. There's one other thing I wanted to tell you about we had my my mother-in-law on the show at the end of last season, and she is an incredible interior designer, and she she creates spaces like no one ever seen. So I just try to copy everything she does. But one of the things that she she's done when it comes to the things to keep that are that are sentimental that I love and I'm so glad I got to see her do this. I is every holiday like every season. So for Christmas, for example, she has the best art projects that her kids. My husband and his siblings ever made. So it's like. Their first drawing of Santa Claus to a Christmas list. That's particularly hilarious too. I mean, they're all like the funniest things that they made throughout their time being kids, and I feel like me being a two and being sentimental. I feel like I've I will feel pressure to keep everything. I'm so glad I got to see her do that. And to keep an eye out for the best the funniest the silliest, the, you know, like one of the Christmas lists my brother-in-law asked for a t shirt, and and like in the world like. Yes. Seriously like food too. I don't know. But it's fun because she has a basket that she puts out at Christmas time, and we go through our the favorite Christmas cards throughout the years and letters from their great grandparents and those funny Christmas lists, and we all look through them at Christmas because she has a folder of just the very best things that she collected throughout the years. And so I feel like that's I been thinking about life that way in so many areas of my house, and the things I keep it like I don't have to keep every single card that I get, but I keep the best ones and actually put them somewhere where we can enjoy them. And I I love that way of looking at things. I'm really glad I got to see her do that. Yeah. And I think too like even that idea like we we do that year round with I love that Christmas idea actually wrote a you're talking because it's so good. But I think like that's a great rule of thumb for cinema items like my kids make art work, and it's weird to just like take your borough. So. I do that with everything. But the really really amazing ones are really cute ones. They don't realize it's hilarious because it looks like the horse has even though it's a leg like something. Like really funny like that. This is funny to like us. I have a wall wall where it's like all their artwork and just like the best of and it's makes your house feel so warm and it just fills you with joy. And that is the kind of stuff you want in your house. It's not about not having anything sentimental or going digital and only taking pictures of it. And scanning it and letting go of all the originals. It's just about choosing. What is the most and keeping that? And then you utilizing it like hanging on the wall like make it a part of your Christmas decor, like your mother-in-law like use it don't just let it sit in an attic somewhere love that love that Ali. You have any just last words of encouragement for women as they're gathering up trash bags in about two tackle their homes. Yeah. I just want to say that like it is so normal for you to start to get really over. Wow. And lose momentum. And like forget what I said and just kind of lose that steam, but just slow and steady wins the race. Put like a fifteen minute reminder every morning in your phone, or you know, twenty minute decluttering session every Saturday morning before you head to branch with your mom, or whatever it is like before you would church just little tiny chunks. Just a few minutes where you do a drawer. You do half a closet. You know, whatever it is into chunk away at it. It's okay to not go big or go home. Like, it's not for everybody. So slow and steady progress is greater than perfection here. And eventually like you will get done. Don't make this a big official thing. Like, oh, I am decluttering right now. So I have to go all the what like just just work on it. Like just go whenever you can. If you feel inspired in you're waiting for your, you know, your water to boil like declutter the junk, drawer, whatever it is slow and steady progress. I love that. I love that Ali. Thank you so much for being here. I am so inspired. I know the women listening to and I just I so appreciate the work. You're doing things. Again course, thank you for having me. You guys isn't alley. Amazing. I just love her. And I love this conversation. And I'm so happy I got to share it with you friends before we go. It would mean so much to me if you would take one quick second leave us rating a review on I tunes we've gotten so many amazing five star reviews. Comments from y'all and just means the world to me, it also helps out the podcast more than you can imagine. So if you haven't yet, please just one quick second today to leave a rating a review, thank you so much. That's all we have for today. But we'll be back next week with another set of girls night. And trust me, you are going to love it. See then.

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DNB: Davos Day 2: QuicklyChanging Mass Behavior With Fear, Biden Mirrors Davos Agenda For Second Straight Day, & Double Masking

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DNB: Davos Day 2: QuicklyChanging Mass Behavior With Fear, Biden Mirrors Davos Agenda For Second Straight Day, & Double Masking

"Welcome to the drive time news last thirty minutes five for patrons jam packed with news of the day from a perspective of truth and liberty and justice. This is monica perez. And i'm brad bakley our top story from. dc vos. Green is the color of the day. So the news has been splashed from one end of the country to the other sweeping executive orders. That biden is putting down to save the climate to save the world couple of things. I've same at that. The only thing. I saw him actually do. The only specific climate initiative that he signed was to stop oil and gas leases from From being issued on public lands now to me unless you change the demand profile. That isn't going to change. How much of the fossil fuels are used because their commodity substitutes. That's just an industry play. It's just how much you pay for it. It's whether it's within our borders or without so. I'm not totally convinced that that is what you see is what you get. I also think that to the extent that they really do want to get carbon neutral by two thousand fifty as they say or as gina raimondo. The very suspicious governor of rhode island. Who's going to be the new commerce secretary. She's a far member. Aspen institute rhode scholar all that stuff she wants to assure in infrastructure roads bridges create jobs all with the idea of a green new world but to pay for all of this. She's open to middle class tax hikes. And that just drives me crazy. Because first of all all income taxes are regressive all income taxes apply only to people who have to work for a living which which you could actually define that as rich people don't work for a living and so all income taxes are regressive in my mind i am. I almost feel like they are. I do believe that they look for reasons. Poverty climate whatever in order to tax the middle class into being politically neutral politically impotent. Because they have to spend all of their time to mouth no matter how hard they work. Any surplus gets taxed away. This whole thing seems like a big fat plot and then just to bring it home. There was a quote in cnn that said we need a sweeping industrial revolution. Two point oh and fast to avoid out of control overheating and destruction by fossil fuel so for me they are calling for a new industrial revolution. Just as davos and the world economic forum has done everything they can including us the coronavirus to usher in there when they call the fourth industrial revolution. But i think all know. We're talking about the same thing. The great reset what. I noticed about sweeping executive orders that he signed not long ago is that he emphasized today climate day. Today's climate day. Which i thought was interesting because at davos today is also literally climate day. Were that is a singular focus of their theme that they put in their headline so lockstep thing. I noticed about by climate rule out. Is that john. Kerry who biden called his best buddy. He is the special presidential envoy for climate. He spoke briefly at the white house. Press briefing today saying that. The stakes couldn't be higher when it comes to climate change climate emergency blah blah blah and then by up to climate change to a national security. Problem is a national security problem. The thing about john kerry. Nfl is interesting. Was the john kerry also spoke at davos today just a few minutes ago where he called for a warlike effort to tackle climate change so again for the second day in rhode appears. That biden is in lockstep with domino's in the great reset. Cassava says virtual so it can could be in two places at one. Time is great. I think this is totally leading up to this whole deepfake thing. We're going to have leaders. Who aren't even themselves. They have doubles winston. Churchill had a voice double. Why not eight double. And i do just for the record. I do believe normally these politicians all call everybody there buddy. I do believe that biden and carry our besties because of their long history of crime together right beyond their sons history of crime potential crime together as well which nobody's allowed to really speak of blunter haydn so what they called for today here to describe this way by biden and by the media that's covering it is to make climate central to the decisions that are made so everything is based on how climate change is affected by two. That's the central point of decision making when it comes to policies and everything that they're doing and we're seeing this in the corporations like i talked about yesterday and that climate change commercial which ironically maybe not. Ironically i key person spoke at davos today as well. That's perfect at davos though. Also the central theme is how to build an infrastructure for organizations for corporations around the world. Were every decision they make will be built around climate change so the exact same thing again building infrastructure for business and government where the decisions are based purely on well number one above all else climate change. That's what they say. Obviously that's what they say but these this new infrastructure is all about control and surveillance. This idea of driverless cars on an electric grid the idea of sustainable cities of getting people out of the country and into these smart cities there. It's really all about being able to surveilled people constantly with no niches control all their transportation and make sure they cannot grow their own food. And that's what it's about and they say it's about the climate by it has nothing to do with an a a good faith response to a problem that emerged from a random industrialization and you can't us relation is part of the plan. Absolutely i want to tell you a quick about what day to was. Today is day three day to with a covered which they had a berg. Give a screaming. Speech is kind of similar to last year not as effective because it was virtual but what they were focusing on yesterday was the measurements and metrics for how they can measure how companies efforts to serve their stakeholders which are the communities around them in the world basically how they can show that they are doing the right thing that they are doing good and that's how they talked about doing the right thing that they're doing good which means social justice issues which means climate change in. This is and the way that they were talking about. That was talking about it. Try and tracking and monitoring so they discuss how they're going to be able to track and monitor what companies are doing. So they claim. They're doing a good initiatives. We're doing this climate change things. How are they going to track that. And they want to build a database that shows companies carbon footprint. What it is. How they're doing initiatives to lower it and they want to create a system of surveillance that has ratings and is able to monitor companies worldwide so one system to monitor companies worldwide on their efforts to lower their carbon footprint in put climate initiatives and social initiatives into play and my guess has those companies will get a green check mark. And if you don't have one it'll be just like when your website has that little broken lock security risk. Go back go back. The they'll you'll be shamed for going into a mom and pop shop. That doesn't have the green check mark. What's up guys such uncertainty in the world right now. The best way to have true security is by growing your own food and neighbor feed and seed and smyrna georgia they got you covered the guard. Supplies vegetable plants chickenfeed bird feed farm supply everything. You're gardner farm. Needs even host a farmer's market on saturdays from ten. Am to four pm and right now for propaganda report lists oli. They're offering ten percent of all online purchases and neighbors feed and seed dot com just type in coupon code prop. Pr all caps punch. Check out and if you have any questions give them a call at six. Seven eight six five three eight three eight okay. I want to tell you something. I think you're gonna find interesting the main takeaway from yesterday's davos stay to i where the global risk report. I'll tell you about that. The second but the main takeaway was that covid. Nineteen has shown us. That behavior can change in surprising ways when there is a crisis. And who would imagined that everybody new york would be wearing a mask. A couple of years ago like that would be unimaginable impossible to think that but they made it happened so they now know that the behavior of an entire population can change quickly. And that's important in regards to climate change can because it's going to be critical to work out how you can get the population to quickly changes behavior fast enough in order to save the planet. So now we're starting to see maybe what some of these other agendas were. Come out the first thing. I thought when he said you can get people to change their behavior quickly and i said well i thought to myself. Yes if you scare them enough. And that's exactly what they've done and it's interesting to see them so openly talking about yes. People change their behaviors quicker than we ever imagined. They could implement the same thing for climate change global risk report. Here's the three things. They're afraid of social fragmentation dangers. Coming up in the next couple of years because of the health crisis because of the job crisis because of youth this show disillusionment and this is around the world. What's a social social fragmentation so a society or fragmentation. But that okay. I'm not sure. I really know what that means but i think it probably means the lease would have seemed like to me is what's going on in america right now between the left and the second thing and the global risk report in the next three to five years they expressed concern about the economic consequences of pandemic uncontrolled inflation rising debt concentration of industries into the hands of the the big ones because all the small companies have been squashed out. There worried about that are they. And then well at least what they expect to see the next five hundred and five years and the next five to ten years. They said that they expect to start to see the climate change consequences and they expressed concern about the potential collapse of an important state where they said the collapse of an important state and the rise the use of weapons of mass destruction societal collapse rise in weapons of mass destruction. That was their diagnosis at davos to read more about that. I'm curious to know if because that sounds like they're scenarios. Does i wonder if they have kind of sub scenarios under there to see what we can alternatives of what they expect certainly they are plotting. It's interesting the time line of interesting because we often think these consequences are going to be kind of in the immediate and they think big picture. Oh yeah that's for sure. And they plan on it. They plan for it and they plan it so speaking of fragmentation or collapse of a of a state certainly were in the decline. I think that is definitely on the boards. There are. i've been noticing like this marjorie taylor. Green she's definitely in the crosshairs. She's a purse. She's the congressman from georgia who supposedly the q. Follower said some stupid things on facebook. Just stupid. I don't mean like ill advised. I mean just stupidest on about yeah killing people and say that she just like other people's posts. I did not i usually do. Click through and see what it says. But i thought it said that she said something that a bullet to the head would be faster like somebody's posted said. Oh okay well just my reading of it or was written wrong one or the other. I see the impression that gave me so but whatever it is. She's the person who they're using as a model and they said she shouldn't. We don't want to disenfranchise those crackers and georgia by kicking her out of congress. We couldn't do that. And they do deserve their save until they're lower than human beings but what the gop should do is keep her from any committees or and and we know from way back that the committees are all the power is so you can have a mayor as this representative of your constituency. But she's not going to have any power whatsoever and this is just a mod modeling the cancel culture without having to interfere with the laws that govern the democracy. So that's one thing and then there's also gives a face to the enemy so you gotta have at least one or two kind of hanging around on the social media. Lynnwood was and they're kind of shifting them right now but she is right now. The face of the enemy. Yeah absolutely and keep her around so that that it seems like it's a continuing problem that it's not gone with trump now you have this like renegade subculture so that brings me to another article. I saw. I know you saw to about gay taro. Who's the leader of the proud boys. Since two thousand eighteen two thousand eighteen is when gavin mcinnes kind of stepped away from boys which he started. Kevin mcguinness i reggie a week or two ago as well as a year or two ago where he said that he was going to punk the media by being super extreme and he said he would be super extreme on the left. It looks like he was super extreme on the right but his whole thing is i'm i'm a prankster and i'm gonna make your head spin. He literally so. I'm going to be their heads spin with the crazy stuff. I'm going to say so. This is the guy who established the proud boys. Which i always get some flack for always saying hey this. This is a setup and rica. cario was apparently when he was arrested in two thousand twelve as a fraudster. He started massive. They said it was. He did a lot. He was a prolific cooperator with local and federal law enforcement to set up stings on a lot of different other criminal organizations including offering one criminal organization. Eleven thousand dollars to smuggle his fictitious family and from another country so this was all in a. He's in some court proceeding. And it was all well documented that he was just stay cooperator and infiltrator an operative for years now. He's only thirty six years old to start at at least in two thousand fourteen and he denies it he just says he can't remember it at all he can't remember it. Remember it. that's what he says. And then this is just so typical of the i mean. I can't say the word because of my own fail know. I have someone syndrome but i've never been more attempted like how the media just refuses to see what is completely obvious before there is here is a quote and i believe it. I mean i absolutely believe that. That this I absolutely believe that this woman actually thinks this but the prosecutor said the original prosecutors said i knew he was a fraudster but had no reason to know he was also a domestic terrorist. To say he's not as a massive terrorist. He's a fraudster. That's why he's playing this role on behalf of the pathak crecy that clearly uses government money and initiative to enhance dysfunctional subcultures. That's what they do. It's in their handbooks. And that is seems very clear to me that that is what this guy is. So they outed him as asian but they didn't out him as as an agent provocateur in their rallying this up on purpose right that he then became a domestic terrorists. Yeah that's that's that's very interesting because leave so journalism there and some kind of prosecutor can't figure out that this guy a black guy. He's well he has an hispanic name and he looks hispanic and rica atari but he said a lot of things in december he said to congress. You wanna war you got one. Then he burned a blm flack. I mean it's just this is the guy that's interesting. There's there's another story today about the far-right fears of what they're labeling glo. Wees who they say. They become obsessed with federal agents who might lurk among them and their online forums such ever since getting snow the people in products at true hemp science. I have made. Cbd products a highly rewarding part of my life for muscle. Rub to body lotion to see oil and my absolute favorite gluten-free brownies. I have incorporated see products in my own approach to personal well-being to find out more about products in general and true science products in particular including their latest offering of dummies. Check out their website. Request a free personal consultation at true him science dot com slash prop report. Which i believe. They're actually called online covert. Please i think that is the official name for glow but glowing everywhere. There are federal agents in these online forums. They are infiltrating these groups as proven by your story. Just now so. They're justified in worrying about that. I think they start the groups right. I think they are. they are the groups. I think it's hard to find the root. I think it's really outrageous that these pathak crissy's that our government which we pay in order to keep order is actually working actively to create disorder. It's sick it's treason. It's there all forum guys. They laid out their plan. And this is how it's being implemented. It's interesting when you read those court indictments. Whenever there's one of these the fbi stopped terrorist attack homegrown terrorist attack and you read the fbi. The indictment in court you're this is like six undercover agents in one dumb person every time. And that's what it was governor. That's what it was for the arabs to for them muslim terrorists. The new york times reported it and judge nap on fox reported it that ninety five percent of the fbi arrests for that. A radical islamic terrorism was for Were stings stings. The sting is not in operation. Where you have an informant. They call them informant. They're not informed their operatives they create the circumstances you or the crime and sometimes the crime actually happens like world trade center. Ninety three was an fbi sting and six people died. I read one court indictment where you discover that the agent not only suggested the idea of an explosive but got the explosive from langley and delivered himself to the person wants. The person got it. They then turned around interested. Them that this story of ricardo hester. A guy has where they literally gave him twenty bucks to go into the home depot to buy like a roller duct tape and then they put him in jail for nineteen years and this was the guy who was like staying at home with his kid because he couldn't find a job and his girlfriend was working and he was just so desperate for money. And i mean it's it's an unreal story and this is the thing these even call them. Stings is is too generous. Because they're false flags more than anything else that borderline travel. The and trotman is how affects the person who are and trapping. But it's not a sting like they're they're looking for something that's happening. And they're using various means in order to root it out there creating the impression that these crimes are happening and that they're there to fight them but it's not at they're creating the crimes in order to create tension in the country and then they get the glory. It's like a jobs program and worse and it gets written down as the fbi sorted a terrorist attack. The department of homeland security issued a national terrorism bulletin today warning of potential for lingering. Violence from people move it motivated by the anti-government sentiment after binds election suggesting that the capital six quote riots and may embolden extremists and set the stage for additional attacks. They didn't cite a specific threat. They just said that. There's a heightened threat environment across the country and on top of that trump's youtube channel is going to remain suspended due to the threat of ongoing violence. The u in u n chief urged for a global alliance to counter the rise of neo nazis world wide neo nazis and white supremacists worldwide. I actually think that a lot of this white supremacy stuff. Because there's this domestic terrorism prevention act talks about white supremacists as the target talks about fearing white supremacists infiltrating governments bureaus government agents soldiers people in uniform law law enforcement and that makes me think that is really about gun grabs about red flag laws about Taking away second memories from people who would exercise them. The people know how to use them. They're gonna call francis. Even though a lot of people in uniform are people of color they will get so like enrico tori and riquet tari. Oh he's the guy that's supposed to be white. Supremacist thing. he's not white. But that doesn't mean that he's not gonna get swept up and that's actually chelsea gabbard was saying one of the things she was saying about that domestic terrorism thing that it's that they are trying to sweep up also everybody including libertarians. But it will not stop a really isn't it. Isn't targeting white supremacists as targeting starting their opposition their enemies. Whoever they want. It's crazy because racist. Nobody wants to be around a racist and people who are racist. Don't typically hide it. There are typically pretty open about it. It's not somebody that you call racists and they go no i'm not. They usually omit the real racist too. But now we're in this circumstance where you get to. Just call somebody a bigot or racist or white supremacist. And it sticks regardless of what the actual truth of it is yeah. It's it's been happened like that for a long time. I want to switch gears a little bit. There were a couple of stories will one thing. Actually that is that is kind of on that theme so dianne feinstein. I guess we can call her. Racist white supremacists at did you hear that. An elementary school named for her is going to change. Its name why because of allegations. So this isn't even proven but allegations that. She replaced a damaged confederate flag outside of city hall when she was mayor of san francisco in nineteen eighty six. Just think about how obscure that is. There are allegations that she had harvey milk killed so that if allegations are enough and that allegation should have done it. And that's an lgbt thing. I know totally but anyway so i just thought that was funny but one thing. That is very very not funny. Is this that. Las vegas is trying very hard to get the kids back in school. Even though cases are surging of covid supposedly because of a spike in suicides. That's what they're saying so. I noticed that immediately. My i read of that topic was this story was that they're going to start now. That trump's out of office the election is one they can start talking about the devastating effects of the covid policy. So they were. Suppressing actually read it in. I think journalists resources resource saying. Don't talk about suicide right now. So i knew that that story would merge but then as i read the story further i noticed that for it said last year between march and december there were eighteen suicides in the district compared to nine supposedly reportedly compared to nine the year before double that was double the year before. So they're not even standing behind the stats. But what what they said but the upshot of the article was that they were beginning to rely heavily on gogo guardian technology that we talked about this before that scan students writing and search activity on school issued ipads and the notifies any ongoing mental health episode suicidal thoughts during a stretch from june to october the program generated more than three thousand alerts to the clark county administrator so it took me a couple of reeds to realize that they were obviously using it during the time that suicides doubled are they suggesting that this is a response to the doubling of suicide or that it would have quadrupled instead or i don't know what they issued three thousand alerts during that time they said sixty eight schools have participated in face to face counseling programs which resulted in thirty interventions so face-to-face inventions. That sounds okay. Three thousand alerts for a total of three hundred thousand students seems like a lot and in two. I don't know how you want to assess that. But the vast vast vast majority of those are not going to be valid and the idea is this is constant. Surreal all the time. They're using suicide as the explanation for it. The suicide as a result of the covid policy it just drives me absolutely crazy that the government policies that create these problems who leads to more government policies and always blame our rights our privacy as the most expendable luxury in the face of the crisis they created. Yeah they're pretty eager to blame the rights as being what stands in the way in Find ways to get around them so covid vaccines you can now in new york and two other states in indiana and massachusetts as well you can get your cove nineteen vaccine at your local. Cvs pharmacy in and get that shot. And you're arming and maybe pass out on the way out. Yeah like do they monitor you for affleck's shock. That's a great question. Because i recall reading the pfizer recommendations and the recommendations that always make sure you have a staff in place where you're giving the vaccine that can revive somebody if they happen to their heart stops after taking it so i wonder if there's going to be fully staffed. Cbs is an publix grocery stores. As well yeah. I mean they would have to have a waiting room to get it and then waiting room actually got boy. That is a little crazy. I saw this headline. I thought of you. Black and latino americans are receiving the cove nineteen vaccine at significantly lower rates. Been white people disparity that health advocates. Blame on. what do you think they blame it on. Racism he yells hospitals have failed to prioritize equitable access of teens sink. Basically that that the that the any any officials are not prioritizing quote. Equitable access doesn't seem like at least the way they're talking about in the way they're trying to get black people take it. I just think that black people were probably more vaccine resistant than a lot of white people. I tweeted that and the overwhelming response. Was i live in that community or these communities and we just don't want it because of these reasons tuskegee and all that kind of stuff but it goes right to that rockford video that boy we dropped. You played those clips. I think day they dropped. I think it was the. Cf are paying the center for countering digital hate to take their racism anti-racism programs and apply it to anti vacs because they recognize that minority communities are unusually or more vaccine hesitant than white communities. they actually targeted. So it's the opposite of what the story says that they are not being prioritized. they are not only being prioritized. it is it is a multi. I believe several hundred million dollar is course lied. Program to target communities of color was pro vacs initiatives and propaganda. Yeah it's massive messaging campaign. We saw dr. You come out in south. African american woman to help develop a vaccine. Who was on his team personally. It was real condescending message. We saw hank aaron. It was a publicity stunt to bring hank aaron to the hospital or wherever it was a more house to get the vaccine us where he got it and to show is safe. It's fine to influence the african american community. Two weeks later he died. I'm not saying there's link there. But what i'm saying is when you say here. Look hank aaron got. The vaccine is safe for you to get the vaccine. In two weeks later he dies view. Expect a little bit of vaccine skepticism. Maybe you shouldn't do that if you don't want that outcome to happen well. There are reasons to be skeptical because we now have yet another confession that that are authorities orrin hundred percent truthful with us about covert facts. But it's for our own good. I'll tell you about that and the patron fifteen. I will tell you if you want to move to texas. You might want to avoid this county. Which i think is in the crosshairs for gun control quite literally and bill gates does not understand why people are mean to him. I'll tell you about that. And i have a few announcements to make interesting. I can't wait to what why bill gates is surprised by. I'll tell you. China's new way of testing for corona virus in the patient fifteen as well as some changes in super bowl advertising. That you're gonna see this year. You guys can find your oga announcements so this weekend. We're gonna have garland livestream that we're going to do four o'clock eastern on sunday and we're going to do a patron saint zoom party. That's a very small intimate group. Just going to zoom party for patron saints all patron saints. Put it on your calendar january thirty first that sunday. We're going to do that at two o'clock eastern eleven o'clock pacific so that'll fun and i here's something that's going to be super super fun on saturday. 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Fredo Teaches Twerking - #642

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Fredo Teaches Twerking - #642

"Boy rt tv is brought to you by express. Vpn don't let hackers still your financial details security data experts byan dot com slash. Our t. tv. Hi i'm your substitute teacher. Blend gifts and i'll be filling in for mr cassava sorolla today in joining me. I have gavin friday. Don't wait for the cameras. Say your name right now. my name is offering though. I don't get a cool insurance barbara. And i'm your substitute teacher blamed gibson. Welcome back to class gavin just yelled at me beside the on friday. Is this your first time. I took about three and a half years for me to break down the wall to get in. I think that's just secretly. Hey t maybe maybe. He has some held against you. Who like he thinks. You're too good looking. He's threatened a threatened by you. You just can't handle can't handle the sauce. Did you bring those pictures that we know that we have been censored that's opening frito. We always the opening. Yeah we always have we we have. I got a ton of dog photos dow. Show you all the dog fighters now. I know what it's like to be apparent in that sense. I look at my dog. Which are you okay. Well that's a personal question. Had you ever intended to have kids or is this like your outlet for children. Because that's what my dog is like. I don't want no jagged. I fully planned to have kids. The plan is to and then. If we are up for a third one we will we will adopt a third one. Yeah so this is your jackie lives. jackie's adopted. So that's okay. We want third normal adopt cool. Thank lay. I'm getting tired thinking about that. I know i just like having kids and taking care of anything besides myself. It just like such a selfish person that that seems like way more work than i wanted to. Although you know. I'm sure mindsets change and things like that and people evolve to want different things so if you went out it'd be a different story. He'd be very good. It would definitely be a different story. Shot you you give birth and at the same time my mother. Atm it should it on on all three of us the oldest then. My sister the brother. We're all shitting on maybe tm. I listen that is a natural part of giving birth. you're push push mccain tell you re for three shit on the kids for three a little party hat when he came out. You're just like ready to go a mall. Take me a second. It did it did. It's like a second for me. No i came out with a tiny baby so so did. My sister is a year younger brother. Though i remember up my brother he came out of bigger baby. Bigger baby came out of bigger. Just bigger babies technically yes -tuation but for the longest time he had to grow into his big head. So if you look at like looking back at all like the baby photos of my brother he would be like like this all the time and video footage of like him on a swing like this because it's so he had to grow into his big head and it was always like this. I would have your side. Thought he would be like a super villain like he's just like incredible brain development. He was just gonna be mega mind or something. My parents just like as long as they get out the ghetto. That's as long as we don't shit on them at birth. We're good to go. I feel like that was like a kids from an angel for you guys kiss me do i won't say specifically what happened but there is an embarrassing birth story related to my mom and i think my sister myself. I can't remember. And i was told the story and i thought it was funny and then i started telling it to someone else in front of my mom and i think my mom was like what are you doing like. That's the thing that's supposed to share that information. So now you're telling on a podcast or don't sing the specifics. I'm not saying that story so many things that can happen during birth to list them all. Let's go through them all right number one and get shit on number two a baby flies out. Excellent number cubs out backwards. Never four babies tool slender man's is way out of the hottest maybe to what happens. Is that baby lying down. Is it like a like. Are you trying to make reference to the joke. Where someone's like taller lying down. Winky face implying that they have a big dick then go. So you're talking like on the birth certificate. They measure your length in your ear like us when this two foot longer. I don't know what the normal links were baby. It's like the main measurement just like the pound you weigh like whether or not your fat being something ounces tall and more like oh there's a fat baby I i mean. I'm sure they measure everything when it comes out the measure height weight all that stuff but yeah i think usually when people are like oh we had a baby girl seven pounds eight ounces or whatever it is i. I don't recall people being like a foot long. I super nostalgic person. So anytime. I go home. I like dig up old like you know documents or whatever and i found this one is. This is my baby book and it was like my parents would journal entry things that were going on based on my month or my year of age is so fucking boring and it's probably applicable to every baby blamed loves applesauce fucking dozen zero personality to that at all. I got fed applesauce this past week by a nurse which was a really nice treat knocked out. Yes so i for those of you. Who don't know off just touch on it quickly. I'm sure there's are people who are wondering. I had a surgery last week for a condition that i have called hyper headdresses which is essentially overactive nerves. That make certain parts of your body's sweat way more than they need to it's like uncontrollable just all the time constantly. So i had a surgery for that this week and went well. I'm still in pain. We're doing well. Don't worry about it what they do for the surgery is they Trigger warning for those of you. Who are conduct grossed out by surgical they go in through the chest and the armpit and inflate torso so that they could get in and then they go behind the long where the spine is and clip herbs that are along the spine knock more invasive than i was imagining that is crazy invasive. I thought they were just pull things. Out they clamp nerves essentially god and something. I didn't anticipate is just that when people mess with your nervous system your whole body gets like really out of whack like i had like mental breakdown. Throughout the week. I was going through a roller coaster emotion. It was crazy and my body is still leveling out right now but crazy. When you're going through the are pitch just sounds like again going through the stomach and everything like that or the armpit for some reason just feels like a place that to the ribs satellite messing with the motherboard. That state. yeah yeah couch. Change out the ram cpu even can damage the rab. Just got to get you. Don't wanna mess with the whole. The don't fry that puppy. I know it's a little nerve racking a thing about but but like essentially like these people have been studying this procedure for years. They've done like nine thousand of them at this point so i trusted them but part of the recovery process. I was being taken care of by this. Very sweet nurse. Who like i was still waking up out of the general anesthesia. And she was like all right. We gotta get some food in your system. And she's like. I bet you haven't been fed in a really long time and i'm like no actually we don't read and so she just like spoon feeding me. This little cup of applesauce. And unlike mrs hall i saw voted the power boots on the airplane or something like yeah they give you these electric light compressors. They're cordless yeah just so you. Don't get blood clots because there's some complications that can happen after an invasive surgery like that so they want to make sure you're safe. I'm pressurized. glad you did it. And that you'll find gavin gavin tech samir after we got to come up with a secret handshake now finally for not wanting to touch any of my friends for twenty years now. So that explains our first encounter where i went in for the handshake. And then you win it for the fist bump and i wanted to die. Yeah okay all right. So pretty much of a convention or any time in the past and i opted for the fist-bump or anything like that. It's because i was wildly anxious and insecure about this condition. So i apologize if it ever came off as being unfriendly or anything like that simply been holding onto that for years. Yeah see some be real estate age. Yeah i feel like handshakes or they're out. It's all timing surgery right. Dan just in time. That's so good that you got it done. It's like it's like just a burden that's probably only impacted you but it's just like having that off your chest that's nice. Well it's it's it's tough to describe because unless you've actually dealt with it you don't really understand the scope of things like someone's like oh you know i'm my hands get sweaty time-to-time. I'm like no but mine literally drip with sweat. Just when i'm sitting doing nothing and so the only thing. I could equate it to like imagine if you just ate chicken wings and your hands are covered and barbecue sauce and so like everything you touch has to be like touched in a certain way picked up in a certain way holding controllers. Always you know such a pain in the aso lift and weightlifting. I had to wear gloves all the time. It's just like something that occupy probably five to ten percent of my brain at all times. Now it's like such a relief. I feel like a new human being your hands feel different failure to like live inside inside your hands but to just to use them like touching other people and stuff. He absolutely like. I was just materials. I couldn't even touch before because it would be. It would like stick my hand like if you think of fleece or anything fuzzy. I couldn't touch that stuff. I couldn't really cats. Because they're i so light and gentle that like petting a cat. My hand would sticks in the so scared that a cat would like climbed me. Because i was like petting it in a weird way. My i best friend is a kid hydrolysis and he would always struggle to hold onto like a squash racquet play squash for them in that shit would flab his hands considering he would like throw something like you could see the liquid. Come off his hands as a crazy condition and i didn't realize how invasive surgery but it gets it makes sense is a core thing of your body. Yeah and right now. What i'm dealing with too. Which is something. That i didn't fully anticipate is because it. It shocks your nervous system. The sweat actually comes back for a few days so right. Now i'm in the recurrence stage and what you don't anticipate is that the day the day or two after surgery it's gone completely like you're like holy shit. My hands are warm and dry for the first time in my life. This is a crazy feeling. And then it's like euphoria and then it comes back for a few days your body trying to combat the change. Yeah it's essentially being like whoa. This is different. what's going on. i'm in shock. Fire everything so so. That's something that. I didn't anticipate to me so much because it comes back. And you're like i'm fucking devastated now because this feeling was gone and now it's back and it's like it's almost traumatic in a weird way and then after this period of time it'll be gone forever so i keep having a leg remind myself like this is temporary. It's okay don't freak to a far lesser degree. I had this wicked gross mole on the back of my head and it was no one could see it. I mean only when. I got like a really short haircut. Get anybody see it and i had one girlfriend. Call it out when we were like making out. She's like what the fuck is that. Bothered me ever since. And i got that removed. I went to a dermatology place that i felt like. They were taking precautions. And i was feeling comfortable covid wise and i went in and got chopped off. It was. Oh wow very recent yeah. Weaker yeah great. Oh we're we're we're all coming out better better after quarantine. How's that circumcision going free going to say. I mean yeah. I have a procedure coming up. I had to while. I was going to do it honesty last friday. But i'm going to do it in april and i haven't been able to know what it's like to breathe out my nostrils for like fifteen years so deviated septum. So they're going to go in and it's actually three procedures africa like the name but they're going to go and open open up mike my My knees will passage drain like a lot of stuff. That's back there. And then also shave. There's like kind of like a cartilage piece. That's like larger than usual. So they're gonna shave that down so yeah send thing that happens like you broke your nose as a child. I don't know if it's a genetic thing but it's definitely something that's really common. I grew into that into it. It just hot you breathe through say like if you suck in a three go like if i close my mouth and i just breathe out my nose eventually. Get to the point where i just go to open my mouth. 'cause i'm not getting enough hair. They did a whole. My my doctor did this thing. Wars like okay nasal passages really inflamed. And she's like okay. I'm gonna give you like kind of like this nasal solution to help. Calm down the inflammation so did a couple of scores. My my nose felt numb and then opened up my passageway and i was like shit i feel like i could smell the planet like this is insane and then it was. The things are so messed up like you know before we get into the big stuff. Let's take a look at that. And i came back. I did a whole like cat scan and he showed me the kind of like the the progression of like the. You know the scan. As i was like as i'm reading and you can just see like my nasal passage. Every time i take a breath it just goes down to like a really tiny nearly every time so he was like playing the video and it was just like this every time i was like holy crap arrow so yeah and i was like well. I mean not getting any younger so let me try and take the time to actually read out in my damn knows. Does it affect your taste. It affects my smell. There'll be times. Jackie o smell this and i was like i just go from on. Yeah it was a emt nose throat doctor. The thing is. I went in there. Because i i had like a slight pain in my left ear and i was like man. There's some blockage in there And like an idiot. I one of those people that like i use q. Tips but i also put it inside my ear because it just feels good. And i'll be honest i wet. I went and hewish like house. I think some blockage on my left ear. And he's like oh yeah bloggers out of both ears and so he like sucked out like the blockage and it was like it was like a ball of like earwax and he pointed out of both ears and i was like holy hell i should. You not might. Year is weird. My ears felt lighter. It was really political pressure. Release question how was your first shower after that happened. Because i had the same thing. I have a lot of ear wax build up and one time i got it like actually professionally cleaned out and i went to take a shower later that day. I don't think there's so many things. I'm like docking here. Let's but four stories down shits. It was game changing in. Both of those are just like things are just like you don't know until someone comes along and just flips a switch and go. It's supposed to be like this and you go. Oh that's exactly. I mean to ask the don't use you don't use q. Tips i asked the the the doctor was like so like what should i be doing instead is like a little scooper and he was like all your ear canal is actually pretty like open. So you don't have to worry about like if anything you can buy like a like A little taller you can buy. It's pretty inexpensive. It's like a water spray type thing and also has a camera attached. You can like look inside your inner ear app ed mart where it faced in a come on guys. This episode of the podcast is brought to you by hbo. Max hey what's your sign. Promises isn't an eighties pickup line. I just wanna know so. I can get you streaming recommendations from hbo max yes. Hbo max the streaming platform that bundles all of hbo together. With even more of your favorite movies iconic shows like friends and fresh pinza air plus new mexico digital's they just launched their max astrology quiz. You're asking wait. Art is your favorite streaming platform. Now doing horoscopes. 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Whichever in be sure to sign up and start streaming all of your new favorite shows and movies today. Thank you max. When we're making arizona circle. I started production out. And i feel like i had an ear infection. I gotten really sick from a trip to new york prior. But i had this wicked ear infection. Remember like at the end of shoot day. I was like guys. I got to run to the ear nose and throat doctor to get checked out. The guy was like no. There's no there's no medicine you can give me to relieve this now. I mean it. Clean out your ears. We could try that and like oh okay sure any took out like like you said he was just like a fucking the tip of a pencil huge in it like my life was changed in like i was happier on set the next week. Just like oh rocking around. Some of the guest blocks irregularly bodies. It's bullshit there's no like with a with a nostril you can just you can. Blossom shouts needs to be an air conditioning. Fire that shit ears. You need to be able to take an ear shit. It's just it's it's crazy. How like those little quality of life things how much they change like your perspective and stuff like that like is the equivalent of having a headache for a day and then it goes away. And you're like i feel fuck. I'll take on the whole world right now. This feels amazing and just like not realizing how bad it is until it's gonna and it's one of those things that are it's a gradual thing usually right more just like i just. I just nasal passageway just got really just closed up and that was a gradual thing that happened and so just for years. I like this is how you breathe and most of the time. It's out of my mouth and i was like this isn't right. I shouldn't be doing like doing it like this bro. I bet you're covid tests fucking suck 'cause like it's got such a smaller passage to go through. So are those like extra painful for i mean. I guess you wouldn't have any it depends. I think it's more so just like any normal covid tests. It depends if the person's heavy handed sometimes dislike do and you're like okay was a little bit. So i'm getting a bunch. Yeah done a handful much as some people but of paramount record. I i have like thirteen or fourteen done. How many shit affects life. And i guess i'll have another one. I travel next. But yeah. I've done like i had to do it before i went to travel for the surgery. But also for every restrict heath production that we've done during quarantine. We've all been tested for him. But that includes like photo shoot every like small production that we've done double roosters etc had to get tested before all that stuff but it was. I think a week or two ago. When i got tested again there is the girl i forgot her name. Who was doing my test the katie and katya and after she was done she's she goes have to tell you you just have the perfect nose for this and i was like oh for this. She's like what does that mean. She's like it's just so straight back. There's no like i don't have to move it around and just goes right back and i'm like tuttle. I had a test today and it was with katie there. It's a group that we hire out. I think it's code for something very and she was like doing it today and she was like i have to warn you are a little brushes have gotten much larger since the last time you were with us and i was like fuck like it felt like someone was like starting a lawnmower like reporting those was pretty intense today gave same person yeah in your skull gloom and it just really gets ya its mission impossible. There was like a character who had like an explosive in their brain and then it went off and then like one. I just wandered off and started. Finding a gross is like that too and looked at myself in the mirror in my face was like normal dry. Whatever and this was back bloodshot. Tearing up on school and still have functional. Well as long as it's as long as you're attached. I think so still been my. My brother is a firefighter stories about that. How'd you move it because it means within the church. Could you still see out of it. Then i mean if nervous on long so you get like pop it out and then like put it around the corner ooh talking about clammed inside my spine. A couple of weeks ago is on an awful segue but a couple of weeks goes on and brian gar. Who used to work at blockbuster talked about how they used to do. These video tapings at blockbuster. And i was like oh i made one of the video diary is so cute my parents it and then he was like no those in case you got kidnapped and i found that tape and digitized it so we can watch it today if you guys want. I have queued up Yes yeah yeah. Basically the context is They would have this ready to give to the news company in the event that you were kidnapped in witnessing and it kind of ruined the memory for me because i thought my parents were just like shoot me for this was in where was the taper was taped. Where was the tape. My parents had like a clause at their house. And here like a bunch of vhs. Old film equipment. And i was like. I have a house now and i have way too much space was like please let me take this guys his hands on a digitize all these videos. There's a video in here somewhere. I have a whole box of it and there's a video of me falling down the stairs. It's like a urban legend. Within my feeling. I need to find it still but what i do find. It is is full on top of the stairs to bottom of the stairs good. I can't wait. I need this four says as a kid was. I don't know if it was less or more scary. Seemed like further to four. But you always got less best up as a kid by destructible authority body around a lot more. There are two people who are indestructible. It's babies slash young kids and drunk girls walking home from bars just like you just do somersaults and backflips and following the heels comeback up. You're good to go man. You're indestructible no because i remember on campus. I used to live there. And we were like a block away from all of the sorority houses. And you would see like i swear to god. He was one out of every. Five sorority sister had a fucking leg brace or a cast or again neck race partly getting fucked up and i think it's because they were just walking around in heels or something in there just getting drunk athletic. Maybe maybe mr drunk walk home someday. Yeah getting drunk at bars instead of just in my own living room. I didn't have none of that call. I spent most of my college time hanging out with tim gettys from kind of funny and just playing video games then we would walk over to like seven eleven while we like gossip old enough to like drive and i would go pick them up. Then we'd go to like a twenty four hour starbucks gossip night because because like starbucks was closed and we would also like plan like we plan how we'd take over the world in terms of like making internet videos and so we're very much like let's just fake it till we make it and we're the kids in high school that like walked around with like we like a boy van photo shoot and we walked around with science votes giving them to like high school strangers or friends everybody friends strangers and we all know whole agents act. Famous won't be. This is so on brand for tim. Gettys failing then i would say that has helped you guys out there because you post very confident dudes. I wasn't the thing is just to go back. Step back real quick. Tim gaze and i still. We still call each other. We call each one and gossip. This let me tell you. And he's like. Oh my starbucks sweep starbucks like update each other on our lives and then just like dude. We got away with it like. Why are we doing these things. These things i love it so much Damn i forgot my train of thought but yeah now we'd just update each other on like what's going on. And what are we doing and all that that kind of stuff. They're one of the first time. I met him at an e three and it was like him and nick scare. Pino were up on the stage and i was like doing Td work like directing for the whatever production. We're doing the youtube space. We're streaming it. And they both called me out live on air. And they're like that guy. Looks like henry. Cavill and i have loved tim gettys in next year piano ever since because it was the biggest compliment and they said it in front of people like the best like. They're some good people that we know through like working in the industry but like the kind of funny guys are on another level in terms of just like just they all feel like big brothers to me. I remember when i met him registered to be that. That was nothing to dislike about him. That was actually like something. I took away. I was like azure. Just likable of shit. And he he's just these exciting hyped about stuff. He'll he'll gas you up. And i dunno known them for not since the ninth grade. Just a fun do like down earth. Great guy i mean all his penis. Yes because i came every summer and every winter break. Pack my things up like mom. I'm out and then i'd go live with tim during the breaks when i wasn't visiting him like during the week that's a penis but one of the days like i came over heels like dude check this out and then like showed me a picture of his penis and i was like. Oh do what the fuck did you. Is that like paper towels. Like oh man that sucks. They hurt i mean. I've seen his penis do the picture of the paper guy. I don't like dan had grown. Your hands what does he do. I don't know dickers- i i don't know i forgot how we got. The said penis is he is he circumcised to believe so like i've maybe he wanted to see what it was like to not be circumcised trying to be all the image that he's showed me is like being pulled out of the depths of my brain and it was like it was shot down from the him over his standing over his toilet. A shot down number white toilet and a white peanuts and they kind of blend knew each other and there was a paper cut. Do tricks out idea of like us. Having this conversation about the kind of finding guys intimidate likes talking about how nice they are imagining someone linking them to this part of the podcast. We're like oh they talk about you guys on the podcast. How often you are. And then they keep watching and it goes into the story about his paper. Dick man come on. I saw reaction frady to see shaw context. What happened there so it was during we on box like those little like a electric massage. Things you kind of stick onto yourself and the electric massage on your muscles. So jeremy are like oh i got to put this on my ass. Cheek so like unzips. His pants a bit sticks on his ass. She and i just look over. And i'm like. Oh jeremy penises. Sticking goddamn boxer haw and then. I didn't realize that gabby was staring at it cavern staring. Oh it was it was it was it was just like the. The of his boxes was just opened leaving dislike diamond shape just a little bit. I could just see seeing and so look like a whale. Breaching the surface of the ocean. But frady's face he's like looking at is it. Is that just been looking at it without realized what it was like eight seconds. What what was jeremy's reaction was he like. Was he like like what that is. I think my penis was out. It may have been out. I think in the already to its blurred so editor actually pen tool that rooster teeth or not paid enough because every production like they've had to do that for for me. Gus shaft shots was an old Short that we did back in the day in i remember. I'm not gonna say who but someone talked me into going full bare ass and like you can put a cock sock on but like are you cool just being on the internet and it's like it's just my ass i'm a dude it's funny it's it's whatever so like everyone in that locker room had to see me put a suck my dick all and the native blurring it for the fucking video anyways you could have worn on dancing belt or whatever those are called to be fair when you do we've had. Md beasts in scenarios where people are supposed to be naked but just wear like skin tight. So it's like this is that it really fit like thailand but you you can kind of always tell. Yeah it's it's not like a texture to the blurred image. It's just like kind of one matt thing in a different skin tone a little bit. There's a there's a comedic effect. So yeah i use like minded people have a different skin tone. True i usually. I feel try to get the the appropriate color so my has been on the internet before because like amazon a circle like there's a straight up. There's i think two shots where you can see my ass and like pants come off of my whatever. So that's it's out there. It's fine. I i have a photo and i'm debating whether i should start in only fan specifically just for this one photo because it's a photo of me day of doing garden work and it is the it is the most defined line between my back in my ass signed like maybe two or three people in all of them. They would need a different color shorts for you all right. We need the pink come on in the semester fence just for that just for my ass don on their oil oil up. See what happens. It's a photo taken. It was like last year. And it's good stuff some wanted someone will pay good money for it but i think you would pay for me to stop because any chance i get if she's just like looking away. I'll like sling my leg up like stiff leg. Sling it up on like a table shelf or something like that and then just to work. As hard as she turns around she was like. Is that your love language towards them. Probably in just a lot about i mean i'm always constantly like gassner up. You know what i mean like. Throw on a pair of glasses or even a pair of socks so my ooh look at damn look as those thanks bradley just throwing my ass outer left you gotta balance actually quite loud. If you'll go in ham with your us. I if you put like a really sensitive mike next to it it would be the worst i to there. I think there were no. That'd be no way to differentiate the cheek clapping noise from the ball slapping. What's the form would be grunting. I see him as well. Because you really go in. Go in hand so you probably going to be like what it'll be like. I think maybe. I don't think grunted because like when you're looking back at it you kind of like locking the throw a little bit a. Can you demonstrate if you're if you're comfortable. Can you demonstrate because my pants are too tight to do this. But i am jamie lee curious how you even do that. I mean i mean you kind of just like you have to hang a legacy you just kinda just off okay and then throw it now because it's just me i didn't want to like destroy my you know what i mean like. That was really hope. I had a dollar bill. I'm really talking about is really sling now leg and then just let it roll. Let it ride. And how long do you go for usually just until it gets. I mean she gets. You know i get a reaction. And then i go cool. Move on. that's man. Yeah yeah podcast is brought to you by freshly. Hey you yes you with the hot pocket. Put it down there yet. Third in the garbage along with all of your other junk food. 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But i still wanna see that video that you had blaine. If that's if that's okay we can talk over. I cut it down a little bit because my dumb ass like she has the delayed. The blockbuster would ask me a question. That i look at my mom and my mom would tell me the answer in their look at the camera. Then i'd say the answer service at blockbuster entertainment. According to brian guard like a service a public service that blockbuster do where you could. Bring your kids in than you would record them. Just you know you get their height their weight all that stuff and then they would talk to you. Briefly natives that you would have footage in the event that kid went missing because apparently in the nineties kidnapping was all the rage so yeah they would have that footage but we can. We can watch. Yeah let's do it. Yes percent so. How old are you here have four. I think goes four. Yeah we'll early. Ninety s this is one thousand nine hundred ninety four. i was definitely for. Oh my god. That's a you can see you in that. The name checks out no shorts. How you doing that. That kid shirt. Grab cup of american children from tv. People look like were gonna cut. Your hair should do this in between so i was like actually. I actually just got a term recently from fred. Who's been like really serious about covert and stuff like that. So we're all messed up. And everything and i would consider it it after watching this video was like you should do it. Still do the ball kite and that the cameras obviously mounted on a tripod. because it's consistent we supposed to hear what you're saying. It doesn't fucking matter because i'm just a kid just like saying shit like what's your favorite movie fox and the hound gone that would have been the footage feel like why don't i have not seen. Everyone is a kid. But i feel like that doesn't look anything like keep some reason de kind of see it like in the especially like the nose in the is i was. I was able to see it. But i think it's because your hair so much lighter that it just takes me out of like oh. That's blaine had bleach blond hair when i was a baby. Eric says you're short. Says it ends like you got kidnapped. It just hard cuts to static. It's like every movie does ominous static and ship so yeah. I'm coming through a lot of my old videos. I have like there's gotta be at least like thirty. Six forty eight hours of footage on all of those things so many to come through recently did oh my vhs. Hi eight tapes. I call that now. Yeah i haven't watched the it's boring. What did you did you digitizing yourself or do you use a service. I did it myself. I got a vcr off ebay stuff already to help capture video. Anything i needed. Yeah i did it over. Oh s i just bought this thing and it's just like a whole. Yeah exactly composite. I i was actually setting it up yesterday and at one point i switched it. Some cameras also vcr but i switch from vcr camera mode. And i could use this. Vcr camera as a fucking her vhs cameras as a webcam. It would do it. I like did oppo show. It's not that hard to sit up. But i was doing it and it looked like i was in the fucking nineties just from the assads costs. No i'll set it up for the show so tune in tune into the po show. I'll be all vhs that i can't tune it and they could only watch on the site. Later whatever i could find actual baby photo. I exactly the way i look like. Now i'm not gonna lie if there's any difference baby. Was i era of ever seen a baby picture of think it just looks like a mini me just myself but small and my god god offenders i said i said big ass ears as we gotta get this on. The cutest thing is amazing. You look like you're ready to like seat people at their table. Well you know trying to get into the show business young sir. May i show you to your show. You like every filipino. Family and my grandma's like him in modeling school handsome. Did any of you ever like come close to like having your parents apply to be gerber baby or any of that shit closing school. That means gerber babies. Like it's the food products here in america but like the gerber babies like dino the iconic baby that you see yada. It's just the cutest fucking baby even as an old woman. You could see that. That was the gerber baby. Like all is in the face. Luckily my parents were never like big on me. Performative bullshit like they weren't trying to like put me to like live out their dreams through me. I think that that's the che's the worse they were like. They wanted me to do sports because they didn't want to be be fat. And i wanted to be the theater kid in there like you're not going to go anywhere with that but that's fine you can do it. Whatever in hand on the head is to pay off. I'll get you to table. You really do look the same. Don't look any different. I say like the hair you. You've clearly learned how to style your hair. that's the main. oh what that style is. It's like a swoop. It's also like you had a further back carolina's a baby than you do now. That's what i'm saying. I'm gonna hairline so far back like a ball baby dude. Did my hair go from like i. Dunno like receding hairlines buzz you. How does that. I don't know i do. I'm not gonna lie. Threw it up with the quickness. And i went hold on what the fuck up on my hair. What i i just found this of a described a couple. He's like these. Are the tapes the height ones from the video. Yeah eight mill tapes and they were all originally recorded by my granddad. Who had the camcorder but because english is a second language so some of the labels this one says if you can insist children to be recorded i yes. Oh and i saw that. I go on non. Yeah here. what is what he meant by is like the grandkids and he and he's written that because he no to vhs has to record from this cracks me up to be podcast recording and just popped picture. I felt left out. I wanted included in the reminiscent of baby photos. Here's i'm loving too nervous energy for. I know this could have been changed to bed. Snow anxious twenty four seven. I feel like we all had. We all had like haircuts for like people fifty years these hairstyle so fucking scared look frightened. Like hey i just need you all my phone number a. I'm sure there was no context. I'm sure my parents were like smile for the camera. Barbara side by side. You didn't see the same kid that is definitely see the resemblance. Do they ever do. Like those age. God back to the kidnapping the age progression technology. Does that ever work out. Like i wanna see when they've predicted what someone would look like and then what they actually looked like and how close they were does pretty well. I think i don't know like. I can't obviously point to any cases that i could use an example but i think there's been some stories of like they've accurately been able to predict what people look like when they grow up fee based off any of our baby pictures we look. I think me and frail. Maybe we'll be would be. Okay blaine you would be like a different. That probably was the same kid. This absurd the received podcast is brought to you by express. Vpn seems like everyone. I know was always complaining about their internet service provider. I find myself cursing my sp for data caps in streaming throttles feels like a daily basis. But it's hard to find another good option because isp's operate like monopolies in the regions they serve using that monopoly power to take advantage of us. Do not pass. Go speaking of taking advantage of us. Did you know your eyes peeled. Logs your internet activity in cells that data to other big companies advertisers. 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And so i told story before try tranquil short but we were fighting and then there's a couple of times like the first round. She kinda like grazed her like leg. She likes to low kick. T take out like your shins so she grays like my shin to my nuts and then she got a point off of that and then she had like this little smirk. Like oh i got away with it and then she did it again. Another point so. I was really pissed off and so i knew that every time. She went for k. She would always prior hands to design for face like this instead of this. She's always putting into the side so when she did it for third time i jumped up and snap kicked her in the face hud flying and then she didn't get up and young frago. Like what you know young at this point. Seen like mortal kombat and all that kind of stuff like jerry. I like rushing to my sister to see. She's okay just like and got disqualified so we know who the true champion. Wasn't that story. we're kind of bullshit. Yeah everyone watching third place for that down. The third all older or younger sister One year younger so it wasn't like a snap kick my like year. Old sisters only like not that they'd allow like four hero to fight against like a toga road buses. You like eleven one sister or sibling. A brother one sister who a year younger than a brother. Who's five years younger. Oh okay so. You're the oldest. Yeah yeah off not by much but the oldest shit on your little brother. My little brother not really. I definitely realized that like things. I did influenced him like i showed him and anime. I guess first anime which code joss as a great anime and after that like a year later i've watched ninety animated mike. Whoa you're really into this really really really into this But he was like a bigger younger brother. Because i'm six one. He grew six two and he was like body lifting. Like looking like blame lifting. Something like this is my younger brother. He looks younger but he was like younger brother. Big fucking do elena thank god. I didn't bully you see no. You wouldn't have gotten away with any fucking face kicks without no not that one. So did your parents like your muscle. Did your parents want to put you into martial arts stuff or was that something you guys are interested because he felt like they were just like they just wanted to throw us into a bunch of things so i did soccer for a long time like five six years then i got thrown into taekwondo and jujitsu and then i just kept doing sports like in battles schools a closing pitcher high school. I was play on the football team. All swam now. My body is like i did do all of that. Like i just feel it now mike different parts of my joints and stuff like that. Most bullshit thing that my parents enrolled me in that. I didn't wanna do do is basketball. I was a kid on the team. That anytime i got a point everyone was like fucking blade. Yeah because like there was no chance so frustrating. I never got past two or anything like that. I sucked always been a just a skinny little shit. And i'm annoyed how much i was made to play rugby at school. Oh god it's like of the school not just like running around in the rain in the mud like not. Everyone should play that sport teaches. When you get tackle you go down like this. They said whenever. I go what i would like. Fly through the air and flip ruined joint tax levy. So much i was pretty sure it was in the more than i was running. And usually i'd rugby like period one of the day end up just being like mud all at my neck and face through the rest of the day just because i've been over the place the first period appropriate. I'm not gonna play rugby. What are the rules of rugby. The state of me seriously. You're not going to play rugby. There's no sport yeah. Nothing was being tackled on a slightly frozen morning. Whether mudd is hard enough woah. It's hot enough to like cut you because it's frosty. I think trevor played rugby to growing up but like voluntarily me for me. Yeah i played a lot of sports too. I'm like you all right now. I was like i played basketball volleyball. I played football for three years. Not soccer football really. You're the girl on the team. No we had girls girls team. Oh that's that's awesome. Yeah it was touch football though Which to me like felt a little more challenging. Because like if you're running and you get like someone could just like swipe at you so like you'll get out you know instantly whereas if you have to get tackled someone really has got to like take you down so you definitely have to be really really fast. Which i wasn't. So i was on defense because i was just tall so i could like essentially block people from all types of sides but yeah i grew up playing like every single sport and then once i got to college. I just stopped because i realized i was a good high school athlete. Not a good college happily. You hit college and you know you're in high school and i'm like yeah i'm pretty good in you. Hit college damned fuckers bread for work their whole life to do this. Sport grow up and get a. I realized that when my brothers. And my brother and i wanna hit college and he was like further into high school. We want to go really like playing basketball and playing pickup games. So we would go to all the indoor courts in san francisco and usually. There's like you know you go. It's indoor court to courts so it was always the same thing every time you know my brother and i we were you know tall. Six six two. We'd walk in which he the two courts and we'd see one court where motherfuckers were. Just duncan all over and we go fuck that court go over to the asian court where all the short asian kids were and the body them. So that's all we would do is just like simpler core. Yeah i'm like. I'm not trying to get poster is to get some dudes watch. Murray home middle school. We had a girl joined the football team. It was like it was like a big deal because not a lot of girls played football at our like in our district or anything like i'd never encountered girl. They played football. Choose pretty fucking good and she was bigger and better than me. I remember being yes intimidated. She's really cool about it. Like they give her locker room and everything and yeah. It was cool. He's like one of those things. It's like the i'm surprised. They didn't do a news story on her because she was actually like. It's one the quarterback we had on. Our girls team was insane. She ended up playing for like a big team after high school but she was probably one of the best quarterback i've ever seen. She had like a fucking bullet throw and she could. She could put the ball wherever she wanted to. It was crazy and like. I don't know what you're doing at my high school plan on this team in some type of like huge women's league somewhere because she was incredible. When you see people throw an american football and it just spirals perfectly looks very satisfying. How how do you do that. I feel like. I've tried to make that happen so many times at it. I could teach you. Gotta you gotta hold the laces on a certain way and hands to be a little further back on the ball yet. Not centered on it but like further back kind of like you're holding of the ball a little bit more Could teach at this point. It's embarrassing but i don't think you need to be embarrassed. I don't think anybody's looking at you and say and give could throw a really good thing or bad i. I don't know if there's the expectation that we're all like super one get over shit surprise people that'd be a fun. Pull out like canada rugby. Just throw backwards. It doesn't really. It's not the same level of scrutiny on a on a rugby. Throw a toss like that's like you know we used to do like just kind of tosses hand off. Yeah i used to be the center in the deep snapper for my team. So i would have to do that. Spiral through my legs with my ass up in the air it is the most unnatural horrifying feeling just having like three dudes literally right in front of you. And then you're here's like dipping your head down not looking at them to god that it made it to the kicker the quarterback. You know pretty quickly if it didn't and then these guys are just immediately tackling you as soon as you're in this vulnerable position that's gotta be one of the most iraq in positions on football right because if you fuck you fuck up everything. Yeah horrifying all my dad. Like he walked on in college he ended up playing. He was like really good at football. Like you know you are all star athlete. And i remember. He's really wanted me to like walk on and colleges like be a deep snapper. That's all you need to do. Just just just wait to play. It was like oh man. I'm so fucking bad. Broke this go. Think this position my opinion football is it just the wide receivers bog. It's thrown to you and you're looking up. It's like someone's they're trying to tackle your just waiting for you to catch the ball so they could knock the shit out of you lake terrifying. I mean it mentally effects. Like i remember there. Was this one guy one game. He caught the ball super vulnerable hands up in the air and then he just got fucking smashed like one second. He was there the second next thing he was on the ground and like every game after that for the season he would try to catch the ball like this like his brain was like no never. Yeah it's going to happen again. It's going to happen again. Yeah gotta have gotta have soft hands. I think the word the weirdest thing ever i was ever taught in the sport was in soccer and it was kind of just like play hurt. You know what i mean for anyone. That's played soccer. There's definitely the times where you get tackled. Even if it's a little bit you know you end up on the ground. I remember relate. Getting tackled being on the ground. And they're like ooh and then like. I tried to get up and look at my coach. Donald statehouse denouncing. How credit cards and the box. Go down hod get mightier. I got limited. You're the put on this big show. Class hurt like a flag pedal usually trying to trying to have the raff. 'cause you're trying to see if you beat the ref into giving the player penalty like a yellow card so you can get caught for diving faking. Yeah exactly yeah so performative. It's really like it kinda worked back in the day when video playback frame by frame. It's now he's got like high speed sports cameras. That is so obvious obvious. And by about a foot there and then you can see that point like you see that a lot in basketball because you know when someone's driving down the towards the basket drive down the lane and then you know people are trying to like it's called flopping when you're just acting like you got hit but flop to try and like you know pull a charging foul and then you'll just see on this high resolution like four k aka like super enhanced zoomed in the people just stand there and then the the person doesn't even touch them and they're just like motion real time didn't even get touch and they're just throwing their whole body out just got hit by a train. I recently good. Go ahead is going to say. I recently got into baseball and i learned over the stupid rule that like apparently. Like if you're above a point or like you know your head in the score you're the one team is not supposed to hate like any balls. They should just like let the other team do their thing and then potentially catch up for whatever reason it gets. It's like a gentlemanly thing. But there's this one guy who set a record. Eric is probably freaking. Xenos all the details. I'm saying it wrong. But he like fucking knocked out of the park it was just beautiful hit and the fans are going crazy and all this stuff but like everyone in the sporting community was fuck. That guy makita apologized at the press conference and like the next play the pitcher. They swapped him out so that that guy wouldn't get out but then that pitcher purposely threw a fastball at a dude's back because the player before fucked up by hitting a ball. it was the most nonsensical. Let's put play the fucking sportsman at her. I don't know like that and like soccer like having just like just play sports. I just like there's so much going on when you're playing sports. I don't know how people even think about like how to fake these things. 'cause she's like i can't even be bothered. I just want to play and so it's just like i don't know i can't have the foresight to think of going to pretend to be injured here. It's just like man there's so many nuances sports cultures like things that you're supposed to know that like nearly unspoken rules and like this is such bullshit it's like i. I took that like whole fake being injured rohan. I apply at home. Because when i was younger i hated the idea of halloween. I didn't like going to people's houses and like asking for candy. I don't know why i don't like that. That's gross so. I had as i you know. Halloween was coming up now. I don't wanna do. Halloween in my parents are just like no. You're going to go trick or treating with like your brother and your sister. I was like i don't want to It was like on sunday or something like that. I don't know. I had a game day before i got tackled lightly and then faked an ankle injury. So i didn't have to go trick or treating. And i i feel like maybe i'm wrong. I feel like a lot of parents. Like hey mom and dad. I'm not really feeling the trick or treating thing. I'm not into it. Would any parent be like no. You must go trick or treating. I must walk outside with you on this cold evening while you go house to house to get candy that you're going to eat and then get too hyped up on like i feel like they would be like cool. My sister my sister. The siblings take photos of everything. But also what fucking backwards world in my living in that. A kid didn't want to go trick or treating afraid okay. I just want in la on sweets. That much like i'll have it from time to time. It's not like i take a bite of like a chocolate bar coup either and that companied with going to people's houses and asking them for kanye like i don't wanna do that then the brothers and sisters call. I'm gonna take an injury. Sprinting down here for money yet. Yeh i used to have like really into this day. Like if i go to a halloween party which has not been a thing in a while. I was ever really obscure costumes that no one gets. But i feel like i'm like feeling like like it. One time i nine hundred seventy nine walter hill's the warriors dressed up as a character from that movie and no fought exactly. No fuck. Impairing got had like a leather vest in jeans and converse on exactly like from the movie but like people were just like. Hey you're a cowboy in there's actually cared cowboys so i was like i'll tell you whenever i don't understand someone's halloween costume never like oh. I wonder what they are. I feel like. I just haven't watched this one thing. Not dressing up from something he probably gets it also an. Do you have any other halloween costumes other than the penis. Like i feel like you've been that for the last ten halloween. I only did the peanuts for three. Retired off to the bulls kept falling out. You're ready other rat box. Because meg ones went as the leg lamp from a story classic box comes a box that says fradulent but for geely and i was surprised you guys either reverse an actual lab talks talk show. I heard that one and then every time. I don't know y'all's favorite halloween costumes you've done or your lifetime. One year was indiana jones. The next year was sexier indiana jones from temple of doom ripped off my sleeve. I've gotten more jacked cover myself in fake blood. Just rip my shirt to shreds holy hell. Yeah that's cool area. I never really do halloween. I'll be on a now like even even even now. Jackie really wants to do. And i'll throw out like a bunch of random ideas and she won't like under pretty stupid ideas. I can't think of one right now if i want to let you know. But i'm just like non on fun cost you the lengths be those enjoy now stupid right. I want to do it Address wolverine address is one of the the ninja from mortal kombat. He mentioned that. Yes when i was younger. Scorpion sub zero like three years in a row over and him rain couple years. Because i like that was a good look. now that older and some old pictures from halloween's one years following. Oh my god. That's the pain is eighteen s. Wow what year was that penis. I wanted to say that was twenty. Thirteen was like probably two thousand fourteen. That was probably the pitas is second is looking a bit rookie stains on it. Where had clearly been shoved in a box. Free two thousand thirteen willingly because the photos not full body so you can't really tell what it is not on my facebook. I gotta point out. He is over. It is so very clear your hover heading are from. The foam is not even on the shoulder. The other other photo. I popped in there to blend in the back. My favorite though is jack's caution that you could kind of see in the back. He lives the second. Yeah from a hangover. Do jordan is blondie from the dollars trilogy. That's shit's awesome and again. That's another one where it's not super recognizable but i was like fuck. Yeah l. on. So see i would have looked at him there so cowboy. I guess we know. I borrowed his john. I borrowed his whole costume to take australia. Because i was going for the first time ever. I was leaving the country. And i was going to australia. News right around halloween. I want to bring you costume on. Where there. And when. I got us julia. They're like we don't do halloween. Like gossamer i guess. I'll just keep it in the suitcase. You didn't even know. Because i didn't say dumb ass texas out to see those people get crikey. Crikey fucking is trump. I can't think of like the cops like the costume ideas. That i would though jackie. But they're reminding me of the things. I do thyroid. jackie like a lot of. There's a lot of questions all like. I think about it before but one that i throw at her a lot. I just okay. What if i give you know. What if we do our wedding and there is no budget on your dress. She's like oh that's awesome. I was like but why shoes crocs for the wedding. She's like no get the dress. No you don't get the dress. Don't get the dress were crocs in order to get the dress. I'm i'll throw those types of questions at our one that i really love and it still kind of like sir. I mean as i go i go hunt like what what say you buy you like a really really nice bag. I'm talking about like maybe like a five thousand plus dollar back. He was like oh wait. I also by same bag for myself. But i use it. To like store franchise eat out of. It will shake that bag. You're going to ruin it. I'm like no no no. No you get your own bag bag. We just had the same bag. So we're on. We're drifting right here in the same same mindset. We got these matching banks yours to hold your stuff. My my friend tries greece of some kind of really loves. Mcdonald's wendy's in and say you know you. You told french fries and you got the grease in there and you mix in some five guys greece off. I guess there's a high in bag. It's gotta be like stitch together. Super well colds side a sauce. She should take the the crocs option here because that is who cares what you're wearing under the dress of the dresses long enough. No one can see. You're going to be sure to comfort though gavin. She says there for the ceremony and she's given why it at some point she'll take a long step down the aisle and people go fucking crop pekao at some point. Yeah it's true. yeah. I keep asking her about the bag thing every time. Talk and we'll get you on the ruined night's bang and i also get the same one. Use it. the frame she goes. I you by a knockoff. Fake one convince real and then to start doing yes. All sway bar yes. Do you have your own version of bag. Why does it matter. If i use mine for french fries i listen me and jackie. I think are very different people. I personally have zero interest in like bags. I have like a target purse. That i use everywhere and for everything but i know. Jackie is a very classy lady and she has very good taste and she's very stylish so i could see her like really respecting the bags and wanting them to be used for colon lee purposes only and not to store food into ruin the integrity and the value of the bag. I think about it as like imagine. Jackie using a third book ends exact. Good such a good book. If i a thirty ninety and then she uses you know she buys me a thirty and ninety and then she buys extra thirty nine thirty nine s for whatever i still have miser. What if she used it to prop up a table because it was a bit wonky cringe a little bit parity and then underneath. I just walk away. What i have like a one of ten limited edition. That was that was under the table. Or is it a fish within a work. I would also need to have it so it'd be a to read have two of the frail. You're a big car guy right. Used to be more. so yes. What's your favorite car in the whole world. Gavin's looking at aston martin. What's yours audie are a. okay audio. Ra you get the ira. And then jackie also gets the are a genus soon as you guys driving them off the lot she sees a credit and she's like fuck this car and then she wants to drive it and she'd like ditches in audience. Are you cool that. Why do that all right. I'm gonna drive off. You still have yours. Yeah i saw the whole thing. I saw a mine. I didn't pay for it I feel you on that one. Yeah if it's just like well who cares because you have one matter. What i do with mine i get that i think down the road would be. I think to me if you do the i had but i refuse to run games higher than seven. Twenty p like you would be annoy you. You bought me a thirty nine. That's the that's the thing like. You also have to buy me one as well. That's how this works only plays mine crafts. Which is what i'm saying if it's a different kind of mindset like for me personally i'm with you freighter like if you have your stuff i have my stone what you wanna do with. Your stuff is none of my business. Like yes of course. Pardon of me is going to be like well. You know a little again you fucking serious but that doesn't affect my enjoyment of my personal version of all i'm saying is that you know what i mean. Jazz say right. We're able to go out. You know kobe did pass. The cogan stuff happens down like date night. She walks our bag and go. Oh shit you. You're bringing that tonight in the night pulled my bag out. I a couple of snacks. There's an element of like. I got the same back for myself. She her bag for free. People see you out together with the same chicken nuggets out of yours. People are going to be like do. They both up chicken nuggets. I just got loose case. Owed he's done kitchen. The public appearance thing. I get that then. I guess i'll just eat like silently in the car between us. I was low out of it. You know when you. I've i've only seen this happened once when i went to dinner with someone. You're in place so fancy that the women's purse gets us stool. Have you ever seen that. Oh i've seen it hooks stools thing. Yeah like little thing to keep it off the floor. Where i guess hanging off. The chair is not classy enough. So yes i imagine them pulling out what you is full of having them jumper a little to it for an extra on a napkin or something like that. Just in case sauce comes dripping off. Cy gonna make sure that the guy a classy restaurant. yeah obviously. I'd seal the bag if i could see in that way. I'm not bringing my chicken nuggets smell until a fancy restaurant during date night. You underestimate how strong mcdonald smells like. If you have any of that. I use you smell and it still fucking got me. Hooked on frozen cokes. I've gotten three at this point. I wouldn't go in the day. And i got their new crispy girl whatever spicy sandwich. That shit messed me up for like twenty four hours straight six different places to get it. No i went to the one. That's closest to my house. But i don't know how jordan and michael eat that shit on a biweekly basis like horrifying i. It just destroyed my stomach. 'cause you eat clean most. Yeah i imagine so like your if your body's not used to it it'll fuck you up but if your body is used to it counterpart erik boxers. Who can't take a punch and they've been trading their whole life plane. I mean yeah you really got to just keep throwing it into your guy. Then you're just goes okay. Guess this is how i live now. I just healthy now. That i've stopped eating as much fast food. I don't have shit and blood and my shit shit anymore. It might be too much. It's the podcast the too much information we're ending to before we pay popcorn shield. You wanna talk about that great transition. What are we doing. We got a new show. Yeah we have a new show popcorn shield and We love talking about movies. And so or you know we were given the keys. The warner brothers movie vault and so every episode we get to talk about a of movies and just geek out over it like this. We might talk about talk about We have we talk about in the monster. Verse comment stuff. Batman you know so. It's like it's pretty. It's fun to be able to have access to those. Ip's and really get in depth with like you know just the the different properties maybe interview some some people. Here who were some interviews line precept on the cast is me afraid we got a lease and then we also have some other hosts. We got kayla milton. Just give asami and noel wiggins so time cast what an all star cast those are dislike. And it's on the warner brothers youtube channel which is pretty cool. But it's fun because it's just like okay. What's your assignment for this episode. Okay go watch godzilla kong. Come back and talk. Weeds awesome choice. Like hey go. Watch the more i was like. Oh man so always asking. What's the shield and popcorn shield. Popcorn is obviously movies. The shield is because of the warner brothers. Logo is a shield. That's the name we landed on the shield generally fun time. Does this like i said having access to that stuff and to some of the people and just shooting the shit talking movies now. I'm legit you nervous one of the interviews that we have because it is with a child a year ago. And i'm yeah i saw that slack. Today is really happening. There was rumors of like you might bieber interview this person. All that's really cool. And then they were like okay. It's green light. You're interviewing that person. Jeff ramsey is intimidating. But you don't have to hero hero. Yeah april nine. It's coming out. we're pretty stoked about it. Hopefully you guys are as well. When i know i want to know who that is. I is it him. No why would you cut. What is that. What the snyder guy. If i haven't seen seen the theatrical i want to make sense. I haven't watched it yet. I did start on a plane. I fell asleep. And i thought i don't. I don't wanna watch the four hour one before i've seen the crap one. This is correct. That's exactly what i did. I i did straight into the snyder cut. I didn't watch original one. i just went straight into. I put it on. I was like it's it's full by three and his four hours long. I'm not ready for this. I watch it. It's a long one but it's it's better. Yeah i wouldn't say like it's a great movie. It's bad or indulges in a lot of parts. Where i'm just like with my editor brain like i would cut this but like it's interesting though because with movie theaters. They want to like keep movies shorter so that they can just get people in and out of the theater so that the as many screens as possible but when you have like home media it's like no let's let directors go for as long as they want to because as long as people on a platform like it. That's fine so like zach. Senators like our to make my full length movie in a movie so time for it. I mean i wouldn't watch a four hour movie in theaters. I what i mean. What do you think by like how many back. Toback game of thrones episodes. I've watched probably more than four hours so it's not like a tremendous swag do the saying dome. Watch this version no. I think it's different. It's not cool though to see the differences. Mean if you're in it for the long haul. Yeah because at that point seen how much justice like six hours a justice league. That's about it. I i watched the first like four minutes of the snyder. And it's just superman screaming face. I don't remember batman versus superman. I don't remember what i'm watching. So i think gonna have to do further back. I'm gonna have to manage. Stay obama versus super bad then started co. If i'm really going to enjoy as max. I think maybe i think i'll skip one woman command on that because still you're probably watch that some. It was fun to knowing. It's fun the sound and the being pretty cool great especially zam and that was just like light hearted in fun. I love an such movie. Yeah great job with that. I just wanna see michael. Keaton back as ban at some point in time and i think that that might happen at some point. So the what's what is the like god. The actual like official rumors i. He's coming back. The idea i think is that the in the flash movie he's supposed to be doing flashpoint which is like hopping into different. You know multi verses and stuff like that. Yeah some point. He's going to see michael keaton. Aw can you imagine if michelle pfeiffer is can't woman to why that'd be a what i would like to see if they do that is the go the flash runs. He's doing his thing. And he sees michael keaton as batman older batman. And you go oh man. He's he's always has the you know. He's walking on his cane. You has its dog. And then see. That terry mcginnis batman beyond i feel like michael. Keaton can still fuck though. 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Were Fighting 70K MEXICANs Screaming ForBLOOD We're Fighting Canelo Were Fighting Eddie Hearn

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Were Fighting 70K MEXICANs Screaming ForBLOOD We're Fighting Canelo Were Fighting Eddie Hearn

"Acids intended for mature audiences. The views and opinions expressed are those of the panelists and do not reflect in any way. Those are the podcast partners. Sponsors or affiliates enjoy. Hi this is michael buffer and you're listening to the voice of the people. Let's get ready for boxing voice everyday hustle hustle and bustle hustle and bustle impossible pasta. Every day i'm hustling hustling muslim community on from this here you that you could take permits dot com Tv welcome back ladies and gentlemen to another more than addition with the box invoice radio. I'm your host. Nesta gives joined the long side corpus. Christi's own mr mom ghia and we're here to talk everybody's favorite mexican except for the sounders family. We're talking canelo alvarez and seventy thousand screaming fans and according to tom saunders mexican fans screaming for billy's blood. No but we're gonna talk about all the reasons that tom saunders is highly upset at the promotion at his promoter who he feels he cannot trust any more mom. Ghia windows diaz. How're you boxing's proper for real. It is no it. Yeah it's definitely soap opera. It really is like just think about it. Like i mean this this. This right here is totally soap opera. Like oh our promoter. He's supposed to be chilling with us but he's sleeping with that with them and and i don't trust him anymore. How could i take her back after she cheated on me. You know now. I got tko. That's loyalty. I met this new girl. And she's loyal. She shaw fucking soap opera cheating episode. Right here eddie. Out there cheating you know. He's trying to cater to the new sexy girl on the block with the big boobs in a nice hips. Jessica rabbit right. And he's forgetting about his wife at home. Billy joel saw this. Who's been nick and the up. Second look at it that way. What if i've also the story line could be that you know. Here's this poor guy who's been stuck with his girl who you know. She's nice but she's always been a little crazy and then all of a sudden you meet this new red head that's like stolen your heart and you're like oh my god i gotta dedicate all my time to this one because this is the real one that other one was just a crazy person that put a lot of crazy stuff on social media. So you know. I mean it could. You can look at it either way but it definitely is a soap opera for sure now. I definitely hear you and soap opera. It is because you have a very upset father. It's it's alarming to him. The things that are going on and it should be as the father of any sun if you feel that the promotion is unfair because that's what he's demanding and i quote we wanna firefighting and he doesn't feel he's getting that because he's like what we're already traveling to enemy territory. Now you're telling me he says i don't know if this is true but now you're telling me that we can't have an international judge because texas commission doesn't allow it. I've never seen an international judge in texas fight. Never i've never heard of it but you know these things that should have been told to the father and son before signing for this fight. You know these little things like hey look you taking this fight but you know he's gonna fight in texas so you know. But that's the hierarchy to me of the promotion in the promoter and the manager right because people have advisers and managers and promoters and they have media people. Whatever right have all this whole team and to me. I don't know how long you been watching boxing that you are just finding out that you can't trust promoters and that's not a fair thing to say you're you know i already. I heard myself say that. And that's like that's not fair. You should expect some level of professionalism from everybody right but the truth is you have to know your place in the sport. You know we've had a lot of guys on lately and the other day you know. We had so many calls about people from from people saying man. These guest you've had on these young you know fighters understand the sport and they're so smart and the way they communicate in their interviews. You can tell that they you know are men of high q. Men and women of high accuse. It's like the what separates them to me is that they all understand their place in the sport. You know even him who should not be named on the planet even bill. He comes on and he understands right. Like you know we're the b. side in this situation we're the aco and this is. He knows his place to be in a situation. Where you've got the big fight you have to know what your places in there and you're you're the b. side it is no way around it your the b. side and if that comes a surprise to you. I don't know how much you can blame that on. Eddie i mean you know. The fathers argument is so well. Thought out right like we're signed to you. He's not signed to you. You're our promoter. And his definition of promoter he says you know well we're supposed to be able to come through our promoted with these types of things but like he's not working for us we can't go to eddie can't yeah he's like we can't go to eddie and say hey. Can you push for for one. Uk judge out of three guess. What eddie told him. According to whatever's going on in this fight He doesn't get any. Uk judges on the three panel and he gets to kind of appeal not appeal not appeal. He kinda gets to vet the judges but not get to pick them. If that makes any sense. So i guess he can recommend who doesn't want but ultimately he has no pool over the judges either so does not get a uk judge. He doesn't pick any of the three judges. And you know. I mean they. All in the biggest thing is this. They're not paying for some of the team. They're making billy pay for some of the team like no you pay for those dudes flights to get over to america. Yo is. I mean everybody likes to say. Pbc's losing money is being a little bit tight because he's got to be tight. How how do you not pay for the whole team. Like the way that tom saunders made it sound in his interview with boxing social shot out the box and social for the interview. He made it sound as if these are key players in the team. They need to be there on fight night. And they're being made to pay for their accommodations. You know and i just put this to you as the only question in in all that information would they pay. Would they make canelo pay for for his team. Of course not support not a. Here's the only thing though. Because i didn't see the interview I did see Some more explosive I guess quotes but I from what i understood. It wasn't that. I don't know what part of the team that they're talking about. I that's not specific to me. Okay i it's so it's like there's a hierarchy there. It's to say that. Oh we're not gonna pay for your trainer your cut man or the people that are going to actually be in your corner fight night. That's one thing You know to not pay for you know your nephews brother-in-law. Look that's another thing. But i and i'm not making any claims i'm just saying i don't know what part of the team but this is always been more entertainment than sport when it comes to these types of spectacle fights and i think that that's what we're having an issue with the most is that there are times when you shine a light on the sport and you realize that it's not a fair conflict. This isn't a sporting contest in the way that soccer or football or basketball or baseball or regulated as sporting contests. Right this a lot of times comes down to politics comes down to a side favoritism That's the role of super fight. You have that's what he's doing and you can't blame eddie in this situation like you wanna make the most amount of money. Then let's promote canola the way that can nello needs to be promoted. And that's what i thought. The ultimate goal was for everybody they all. There's only two people that have to go and fight but there's a lot of people that can make money from this. And i'm not saying that. That's the reason i watched the sport but i assume that's the reason why people compete is for the money at the white people train obviously love the sport and everything but this is always more like. Wwe when it comes to these big time fights I mean. I just don't remember you know ho- cogan being in the fight and you know the undertaker or or whoever he fought not getting the same level of treatment and that's what wrestling got right. They didn't make one ring. Walk grander than the other. You know like if if oh cogan was fighting the undertake they both had pets. Dramatics you know what. I mean like good point. That's a good good point. I just don't get it. You know the bringing billion as a b side and a other thing. He was upset at was the fact that he's hearing rumors. That eddie is making offers to kella plan and again he says we'll fuck man. Who's this guy promoting like. He's already expecting us to lose. And then the other thing is that he says he has it on good word from a good source. This is what he was told that. That person heard eddie. Saying if billy joe wins he fucks up everything you know. This is him saying this stuff live on boxing. Social like the dudes he's tight. You know what i'm saying. And any went as far as to say that they don't trust them. You know the that they're having empty. Try to handle the situation with the judges. You know that that that anyone as far as the say that empty k. Loyalty that's that's someone you can charlotte. He emphasized that. you know. Eddie eddie blood in blood out. No kidding yeah. He's on he's he's he's he's he's auto chopping block. But okay let me ask you though. Is that real. I'm gonna say this and already people are gonna come talk shit. Listen i get it. And and they're right there absolutely right. Promoters and the act of promoting in boxing is at times a sleazy type of thing that you have to do right but in this situation like can you like who do you blame you. Blame eddie for do for making moves that everyone else would make you know. Of course you're trying to set up big fights you know months advance you have to if you don't put the groundwork for the major fights that we want now they're not going to happen in the summer or the fall or december. You know they're going to get pushback longer and longer because you waited too you know. Do the things necessary I don't know it's like why. How are you so shocked that of course if you beat kamilo you mess it up. Like of course who doesn't understand that isn't that while you're fighting him. Aren't you fighting him to mess everything up. That should be the point you know but when he says it messes everything up like he's not saying will that messes everything up for me and match room and you know sky zone. He's not saying he's see mess. It up for carmelo to mess up. For but it's you know better for obviously. It's better for billy. But how do you not understand that. So how do you blame eddie for something. That another person doesn't understand that everyone else seems done because he saying it. Messes eddie mess it up for them. You know what it does for mattru. How good does matchroom look now. How much praises eddie. Getting now. for being quote quote a museum quotes for those watching them on on on on audio. It's like listening on audio. He gets praised for being the guy that brought cannella back to the network that he was leaving from that he added. Should he had a lawsuit a- right a right well then if he's getting praise well then that's what he's receiving. Every time that he continues to work with cannella wanders zone. So you know yeah. It's a little different. Because he is invested in them. You know he. He does want to see cannella win because guess what. It's bigger for him now. To broker the deal with another fighter that can nello once from across the street to be that guy that can make these big tap. and oh my god fury. aj's happening. who's involved eddie. Oh my god canals. fighting keller plan on abc. Who's involved. eddie. You know what i'm saying whenever there's a big fight if eddie's involve he's doing his job and you know canals a big fight canal a big fight so i get that you believe billy in. His parents need to be understanding. The cannella was the franchise but they didn't sign to match room in. Eddie hearn you know with the intentions that they were going to be a sacrificial lamb. Bayside they signed with the intentions. That eddie is as good as harsh. That's so harsh. That's the word he used. Okay and that's fine. That's fine and and i'm gonna tell you this though. Even though that was a little that was kind of harsh what you said you said it really well. I'm not gonna lie. I i don't know this is a really good conversation and i. It's a good conversation because it's like it's about so much more than just this fight. You know what i'm saying like we're talking about the traditions of boxing wearing a side and a b side exists and this kind of treatment goes along. But i don't know. I just think that you know sacrificial. Lambs are made in the gym. You know sacrificial. Lambs are made in the gym. They're made by you. Know not working towards the goal or or not putting everything in that you have to beat a guy who a lot of people think is better than you anyway. You know. people think they've see if you're going to be if you're going to beat a guy that's already better than you. You gotta work hard. And that's where the sacrificial lamb custom. He doesn't want to be a sacrificial lamb. It has nothing to do with eddie promoting cannella more. It has everything to do with us showing up at being the best version of yourself confiding nominee saying. Bro he saying we gotta fight seventy thousand screaming. Mexicans seventy thousand mexican screaming for billy's blood. We gotta fight canal alvarez and now we gotta fight eddie her you know plus we don't get a judge you know there's no judges no international judge so that if there's no international judge understand what that means or at least interpreted gasoline into you. Correct me if i'm wrong. No i can't really explain it because when you tell me there's no international judges. I'm not just assuming the way that he was working it in the box and social interview that it meant no uk judges because that's why he was emphasizing like we don't have a uk judge. We wanna uk judge when you say the word international automatically. There's no judge from turkey. Spain nowhere. It's only gonna be american judges because it's a texas commission. So whoa whoa. You know what i mean like. Did i sign the metro more. Mri the fucking beside. That isn't even with promoter. Some sort of freelance guy. Like you're telling me you're you're giving me the biggest fight of my career. Every single chip in the deck is stacked against me. I mean come on. It's it's it's a little but again it's canal avarice. You know you gotta do you gotta you gotta you gotta channel your inner mayweather and take thirty percent take bigger gloves. Take the fact that the man the jefferson is bigger than you win. Wait move up in weight. This is all things floyd did. Follow the green print you know you have to defy the odds in order to reach superstardom. You're not just going to join the fight in even fight. And we know the people like barrios and tank. And i know that's not right and not just domestic but i know it's not a fight where people truly think it's fifty fifty so i scratch that but other ones where where where. It's not fifty fifty and people think that the dude move up is daring to be great. you know. that's the kind of backing that billy needs in this particular fight. 'cause jerk you said no one thinks it's even you know you know no one thinks he's gonna win. You know there are a few shot out the mr. pbc there are few that thing. Billy has what it takes but like the father is saying the fucking promoters out negotiate in the next fight. I wanted to ask you a question though because it's a and this is a real question. I'm not this isn't a debate. Or set you up or anything if if you look at the okay so like i remember when the super six was going on right and durrell would i. I can't remember where what. I can't remember the specifics but durrell went to the uk or somewhere Got robbed and i'm using air quotes and the whole narrative exploded all over again. I remember being as young as like seven and hearing. You know you'll never get a fair shake in the uk you know or you'll never get a fair shake in the us fighters not wanting to fight someone else's territory or whatever Thinking it was unfair and that kind of exploded around that time right. I always felt like this is such a like everybody knows this about the sport. Everybody i know knows what texas represents you know. Everybody knows what kind of commission that is. You know the it's clouded in secrecy a lot of times and they've made some really questionable decisions and they've had some really questionable people at the helm That said can you say that they was maybe naive for billy and the family and those involved in pushing billy's future to think that there is there they were going to get past. Traditions of unfairness in boxing. Like you know. Oh i couldn't get a judge you know they're like like you're going into a fight like everyone else's gone into a fight before you're fighting against you know the aside having seventy thousand in there. You knew that was going to happen like you should have. You knew that you were going to be fighting. You know in a place that was going to be catered more to him. Is that fair. No but that's the way the boxes with so it's like can. Who can you blame in this situation for. Not knowing you know the traditions. The things that everyone. I promise you in like ninety. Five percent of the chat knows ninety five percent of the people listening cappelli texas represents in what you know what it is that you you keep looking at this as a podcast holes as a dude. That's been you know you're you're like a sponge and you've been sitting in the boxing world just soaking it in the information years. But you gotta put yourself in a father shoes. You know a father. They watched his kid become a man and become a world champion and and not necessarily get the biggest names and then watched that sun leave another uk promoter and be told certain things by another uk promoted to to to to be romanced. And come inside. You understand you gotta look at it from a father's point of view where he's like my son signed to you. Cannella isn't signed to you my friend. He's he's just not like when we sat down. There was a plan for billy. Now it seems that the plan is to make sure billy loses. And i'm just speaking from the father you must check out the interview and not just you. I mean everybody. Go check out boxing. Socials interview with tom saunders. I mean he wore his heart on his sleeve. We gotta cyrus. Boxing says if billie joe is not happy then he should withdraw from the fight and go and fight andrei but he is willing to lose to cannella for that bag. Do you agree. Do you agree that this is just i. Guess chatter from the father and billie joe is more than happy to go into into this fight regardless of what is that saying i do i do. I think billy's very aware. I think if any think billy's like a really good troll. I think he understands you know really really well. What what what he what. The situation is and As far as we'll cyrus box supachai do you believe that You know he's willing to lose These chips are stacked against them and he doesn't care because it's the money. I think that he's willing to try to win. Under the parameters of boxing. And what i mean by that. He's willing to go in there and give it his best shot to win with the deck stacked like it stacked against everyone else for millennia. Europe i'm saying like it's like people talk about like systematic issues right in the united states like it's built in to boxing like it's cooked into boxing want to have a fair fight. There's no such thing. It the way that boxing is designed. There is there has to be an eastside beside okay. That's the way it's designed. So i think billy is trying to go in there and win it under those parameters and i think he has no real issues losing a fight. That isn't really fair for money that is bonkers so i know a lot. He won't remember but this next super chat from her forever stood our super chat. Billy ho getting stopped on may eighth hashtag crown nello which means king nello emoji right so now if you believe billions getting stopped ahead and put camello emojis in the okay okay. We don't have a cannella other us. Gordon put cannella emoji and chat. So so mario i gave you guys are really good paula. That was paying seven hundred and sixty three plus money All favorites andrea went ahead and got his win. Remember that everyone that. I said you needed to pick to win. Would win has already one and if you listen that day the only thing you are waiting on his camello to stop billy i do not think cannella will stop. I just gave you a very good parlay ghana forever believes can never will stop a billy. So i'm just reminding you. Guys have picked all the favorites and just this one risky bet in parlay it would have been plus seven hundred and sixty three so one hundred would've gave back eight hundred and sixty three just saying that being said if you are going to serve and you believe in cannella stopping him. I hope you took that advice because just betting canelo by stop it. Straight up is not going to get you the type of money that you would have gotten Using that parlay and again i don't believe cannot get the stoppage i think that will be every bit of his elusive as laura was I think he's probably gonna move more than laura did I just hope to see that can nello looks totally different and has learned how to cut the ring off in a better fashion compared to that laura refined which i believe. He's gotten better. I believe he will cut the ring off. I believe the head movement is a lot better which allows them to cut the ring off Better i think he can use more than just as legs now to lake. People respect as power people respect. You know a the way. He faints the way he just does. A lot of stuff just keeps people. It keeps them in check. I think you don't get to do what they wanna do. I think billy's biggest issue is going to be like any opponent of canola when he realizes you can't hurt him. He just walks you down. You know in educated manner but he walks you down. He walked kovalyov down. You know he. He walks callum smith down like he. He walks these guys down when he realised. Oh this guy can't even punch so we'll see of billy has you know You know does he. Does he have a pillow fish. Or is he capable of maybe already got some power. But we gotta got some pop jesse cassava with a super chat four ninety nine five bucks. Thank you brother. He says jamal the social media. Tough guy fight in montreal. Another tomato can to add his trash. Middleweight resume ben. Evita's got him skirt straight in. Pbc and al hinman straight. I didn't get that last. I know i didn't understand that part but so this is what happens when we talk about canelo one. The other guy gets brought up. This is how you know. Jamal really kinetico's nemesis which is odd to me. Since he's not fighting you know the the types of fighters that i would like to see him face you know. but but he's become canals nemesis. Like when you speak a canal. Oh they talk jamal when chocolate jamal. The speaker canal. It's not in comparison is actually in contrast. It's like oh i'm talking about cannella. He's like well look how bad jamaa's malls doing and if i'm talking about gemma's like we'll cannella a cheat as kind of what. I've been getting throughout the tom. But as far as the supercharge goes a tomato. Can i you know. I don't use those terms any more. And he just knocked out. James kirk and i know us is hard. 'cause we don't think kerpen was back and we feel. Maybe kirkland has a chinchilla in but he knocked him out and he got a draw centennial. Who jamal knocked out right. So i can't call him a can he know what i'm saying a cam. You know what i'll say. A can't can't beat kirkland. Dreams kirkland an account in a can cannot get a draw with centennial. Well you know. This isn't a guy who i love what you know what we should do from now on was that we should use a gauge of like coulda jake. Paul beat them. If a jake paul could definitely beat them then there can. J. paul could like tie him again. The thing is there's meyer is a little hard. Because jake paul such a heavy dude but but think about it this way shot out the thomas lamont. He's going to be an islamic a lot. I'm gonna be praying that he win or it's like yeah hell. Yeah we even though you know. I was a heavy laura fan and everything. But laura's already yet his day he had his glory. This would be another fellow new jersey in may so i'm rooting for from the very beginning. Is i mean. He's one of the i do's we had on i i'm gonna go ahead and root for him i'm gonna pick them all that shit but i'm picking my heart picking picking with too but i wear a fuck. Was i going with this. We're talking about monte. We're talking about j. paul. We were talking about there. You go so you said jake. Paul could be the barometer. I don't think he can because of his weight. But look at a guy like like like like like manville zone thomas lamont. He couldn't be coda. You understand so we thought hoy kota see. That's what i'm saying like this. Super chadwick jesse cassava. Maybe three months ago with a call. Kota can you understand before coda je show high. No fucking can and now. He got a fight with dora. So it's not easy to say. Oh jake paul jake. Paul has this way that he probably could last or beat certain guys because of the way but like wait pound for pound weight for way coda showed us do not call me a bum especi- because his fight a guy like quotas so tough it's like even if he doesn't have the prettiest jab or even if he doesn't have the best foot work like he's going to go in there and make it a fight you know what i mean like. That's the kind of guy he is. But i'll put it this way though because i agree. I don't like calling guys cans or bombs or anything like that in james kirkland. Say whatever you want about him at one point he was. He looked like one of the most destructive forces in boxing or like he could be people were comparing him to a middleweight. Mike tyson and there was a lot of hype around him. But look. I will say this for jamal to be coming off the back of a pay per view that you know it was kind of like a launch a new launching point off with david vicenzo. Montiel step back like that if you look at the trade projection of his Of his career right and he's fought. he fought trout. That was a big fight. Then jay rock was a huge fight to me. Santaniello corp was a big night. 'cause they headlined together. The brothers were together. You know brand adams in his hogan was like all right. Let's get those fights all the way. Then david schenker. Was this big moment. Paper view brothers. All that and then montreal again. So it's like these it's like jurmala keeps having these moments in his career where you think okay. Now he's going get into the real upper. Okay well here comes the can now. Here comes the canola fight. Well here comes. The gulf could fight. But then it's like nope he's going back to the dentist hogan's or the brandon adams and so it does feel like a step backwards. Well we called this fight a month ago. After good morning francis we've been talking. You know if you own jump in you. Stay on quiet move. Yeah i got you now is going to say to you that what's sorry guys abacus. Said mommy yeah. I was gonna say Damn jumping in jumping. Is it that charles. Pick this opponent out of the names that were given to him or was it the fact that that's just given to him right. It's two different things because if this is opponent that you picked out of a list one what does that look like in two. I mean you got to tell you. You're matchmaking is to get you. Somebody better like with a better name given the buzz you had even with the confrontation with evita's but that's the thing francis he could have got a better name as a a side you get voluntary's monte is not a mandatory. What they did do gentlemen is go down the line and this is how we guessed that he was going to be fighting. Mondiale about a month ago was after an interview with ronnie shields. We realized cannella. Be in the franchise. That's not a possibility. You know hymie me. He turned it down. Erik morales is not ready. He turned down. Not only did he turn down dimitrius andrei and that's why liam the number to face andrea as the mandatory but he turned down charleoi as the mandatory and obviously chengkung lost charles so he can't get a shot and was rumored to be facing or is already facing. I think Hymie so so why was next. One month was next. There's no there's no way around the and guess what else is going to be next. I think it's a golden boys atop top brains esquivia focal. He'll be next pretty soon. There is nothing here this is. This is exactly why we told jamal to take the ben evita's now look at ben. Evita's for instance just in comparison. Ben evita's is now facing a former world champion. Dave ain't even fine jamal. That saving find him that so you know he needs to take a good look at this division. Stop realizing that its top. Howdy hold on a second though real quick before you get on a roll. Mario i wanna ask you this question too is it that i just wanna know is it is it. Is it pbc. I'll heyman on the team that that that said this is the better route to go or was it. Jamal and his personal team like his trainers. That sat down and said you know what we should go. Montiel versus china. Do another another fight like you say would another former world champion. I guess maybe that's right. Maybe they offer to him. The we don't know see. We would be guessing more than we already are. Because we don't know what he was offered montiel and you bang junior and radio to marotta like we well. We do know that you volley when you when you give somebody a volunteer being world. Champion means you pick them. Yeah yeah so. I mean i think the two things that y'all said that that matter a lot in this conversation francis said it early on he said what did that list look like. That's what matters then ness came and said i think the they went the route where they went down in the order. I think if you look at both those things. That's exactly what happened. I think they're list was comprised of going down the list in order and Manti was one of the better. Names are oh let. Let's say one of the higher rated names that they picked from and and you know just you know ending it very quickly because i see some guys in the chad and and look george foster patriot. You've been a member or you're a member you've been a patriot so i'll entertain you But you know to say that they couldn't afford anything but montiel when they were in heavy negotiations with trump. Thank you mari look. I'm glad that you at least because usually you you take the side of everyone else. I'm glad that you at least knew that information. Because it's like this weird thing that people got going on that that that you know x. Entity is losing money like who cares. You know what i mean. Do we wanna fight and all we get in the fight ultimately is what we need to be talking about and you know if we want to talk about money. Let's just be factual you know they offered fucking gennady like forty million or twenty something million Look it up so the they have plenty of money but they have money for real fights real fights when when they can make the real fight. I guess they're gonna give their guy tuna unfortunately jamaal charles. Oh right before us right before our is is turning into like the terence crawford of the mood. The ass good call. You're absolutely right and it's so weird because if you think about it along those lines at the mike the right he is all lines up. Let's say even even even even crawford has faced some champions. Okay yeah from that perspective you know with at least unified but i thought know talking about readymade. You're right you're right. you're still right. Because he fought. Horn was a champion on it. I mean so even even even crawford. I mean but other than horn you know everything else. Oh and for america and that was a name and they haven't gotten charleoi name at welterweight at once one sixty even con the name that in like but obviously it was a name and it was it was pay for view the big name they have. Well i mean again. They did get him a naming big necessary. Big name is a name that don't got in the ring in the ring like today lake. Now but the name americana your. That's your rings bro. Know what i'm saying is saying. Is they try. They being tried to get charlie name derby and chanko. I just ain't car. You know what i'm saying. They not you are those. Let's listen we need to be doing a show on papa. Charlie low mad at whoever that his son in being treated like the eisai. 'cause we oh yeah. Oh yeah oh yes. I get what you're going with that you know what yo because we're where's it. Wears his team like mad. They all right they old darlene brown. They eight of dogs. So let me ask you a question. can i ask you a question. Let me ask you a question. Which which. Which fight would you prefer scott takhi or monte montiel was for for for for for charles for an opponent bread. What you say. I just said ben evita's better opponent. He'd find the fucking former chair. They did benefit as right. They put them right in there with a former keller plan opponents still build into that fight somebody got a plan. Oops i forgot ben. Evita's his per moated by samson the vich so obviously some guys back obviously someone like we wanna trajectory we ages out fight and random dudes. It's tough it's tough it's tough it's tough even when you're even when it's tough even when you when when your brother said i i i'm not my brother a fight anybody everybody that kind of makes it in the yeah. It was a rough thing to say but next super chat because the conversation is how we got troy king co host with us. He's not here this morning. He says two dollars which i says. They ma- eddie. Looking out for other demographics wonder if that is part of it. I don't know i mean eddie. Looking for other demographic eddie's looking for the biggest demographic and box of the mexican demographic. I i see it views. He's looking at exactly sports and entertainment. Man is because because people like remember they know eddie for like so long and and there was this point. We're eddie was a promoter of you. Know a you know kind of fledgling type of promotion match roman now. He's like this global leader trying to take them into this like demographics or into this brand name awareness. You know like the nfl were like Usc wwe keys really making play for that. When you do that. You're going to have to go after markets in mexico and japan and like i honestly think that he should try to steal up every little guy on the planet from every continent you know an and become louder. Meyer among catered tomorrow among the Hey up with. Mario you know what you might be on something. The little guys are getting more and more fight. So maybe the numbers indicating that there are people watching them and it is a beneficial to the networks but moving on to the next super chat from no g in dallas who says boxing has no heart and room for fill-ins. It's the most savage spore money. Is everything in boxing. Dr no friends in boxing. You there's another phrase is no crying in baseball. So i mean you know. There's no crying any sportsman especially not in basel already. Said we're floyd had to do to get his big fight in and and get all the attention he got you know so. Billy's got to go through his own. You know metaphorical plank to walk it. It's gonna be. It's gonna be a snapping gate is at the bottom but it is what it is if you get past it just like every video game if you get past that boss you get to the next level. Does he wanna level up. You know the only one. There's only one phrase. I wanna one thing i wanna say statement man evie is the head that wears the crown man Well bill got the crown on. So what i'm saying. So what i'm saying you building towards you trying to take the man who got the crown on his head you starting to feel the pressure of getting close to the man. You don't even have the crown on you. Can't fold under pressure yet team. He didn't even get there to try to get it. You understand what i'm saying. You know you get into president is some people you feel the presence before you even get close enough. Close enough you know. I mean you're like damn like you imagine what it's like to be like a second skin like just the pressure and i'm not saying is like a fighter. Dc fighter look cannella the minute they meet canals like they leveled up. Didn't even spark another. They had a conversation with him and they leveled up. It is what it is year man. Listen is one of the best promoters for reason and You know that reason. I mean he's got a lot of superstars on his stable and he finds a way to work with everybody He's willing at least in the media to work with everybody which which still works. You know if you're at least the guy in the media saying yeah. Well i'll make offer. Hey we'll send andrei over there for the same thing you pay derby and janko. Which by the way was a little more or a little less than three million. According to lance paul meyer or or chris mannix or steve cabins at one of those you know i got the information. Yesterday saw mike. Hey go You know Look i lost my train of thought. You is trying to get it back. Give it a far though you fall. I like it at a time right now. Hold on real quick. Go ahead smash thumbs up button. Men get the thumbs up button. Numbers up man. Lets you to know that you you know what i'm saying. You enjoy what you're watching and listening to around the world we rock and right now this morning man. We bring the hot topic find that everybody wants to see. You know what i'm saying. Can billy joe saunders king nello so you know what i mean he. He's he set himself man he he's starting to feel the pressure and we're not even you know we've still a few weeks away from the event. So can you imagine when you you stand in next to the men stare down during away in like what you're going to do and those are the type of things that you find out what's inside of a man and and right now eddie. Hearn has done his job of bill. Jodi opportunity you know what i'm saying to changes life. One fight not to say his life needs to be changed any more than it already is. I mean is it an opportunity again. Maybe the father well to me. I could picture. It was an ultimatum. And i tell you why i saw you. Are this or the helmet where i have to andre or do you. Now if i'm not mistaken. Yeah that's with frank warren. Wasn't he the up opportunity. I'm leaving right there. Yeah but after he signed to match room opportunity no after after signs a match room s. We're this this they call them. These gherardo these. I know. I know because of the the mexican you know. He's chasing that mexican fan base. Is he changes. Named edward hearn. But that's another but go ahead. No i hear you but we call them at guarico. Donau at guava dipping. He's mexican now So anyway listen. They gave him two options. It was either fight andrei which you were been like. That's the whole reason we signed you. Remember when we signed to. Your first fight was andre. You got out of that with the nasal spray so we got two options we did. We got the fight that you originally was supposed to say or you could take the cannella i with no fucking you know. You're the absolute beside tell. Your dad stopped crying. That's that was the ultimate numbness. Don't forget man don't feed forgetting don't forget that The whole deal was andre canal. The canal is always then go all with the end goal. When he realized that frank couldn't pull the deal he got he got to get up out of there. And ask eddie. Lake used to talk shit about eddie all the time and they bury the hatchet all of a sudden here. Because i need that can find no you can do it. You the man. Edward and no. You can okay. I'm up edward don. I'm gonna put my pride aside. I'm gonna let you do it at like come on man. It's an opportunity. He sat and he waited for his opportunity brother. It is not an opportune. Why don't you get if there's an opportunity to father won't be complaining. I don't know if you missed an interview but the father has a shit list of complaints. And what i'm telling you it was an ultimatum. You either fight the guy that we saw you to fight. Who's awkward where the money the same. The attention ain't the same or you fight the biggest star in boxing under his rules. And that's what it was. He had to make a choice to he squirming by the rules. The fathers definitely upset. Of course it's ace had ruled. Of course he goes this uncomfortable for you. Thought it was going to be a cakewalk. You thought it was gonna make give you a sweet. I'm just reporting with the father. Should if we're talking about fair sports like when when you know premier league play like when when they go exactly yes right. It's like you show up to the super bowl. They don't have it at somebody at the hometown statement they have it in a neutral place all star games. They have them in a neutral place. That's what this should be but it's not and it never has been you know so so. That's the point that i was making earlier. I think that france's making now it's like you're surprised by these things in. It's like you really shouldn't be surprised. They're not fair. And i understand the complaints and and and if you wanna talk about how we move forward and change boxing as a whole. I'm open to that conversation. But don't think that it's just gonna change. Because you're billie joe or your mom or your whoever you know it's not gonna change because of that francis auto of you heard earlier conversation or the video. The box and social did but the facts are billion. Signed a match them not cannella fact. You know the facts. Are that when you have an issue. You supposed to go to your promoter but if you feel that you promoter is aligning himself with the other fighter. Who's by the way not signed to you. You don't trust them as the words that they used. I have the quotes. If you want to read them record you no bring him up to speed because you know i think he needs to hear the disgruntled nature of the father who is in america by the way he's in las vegas. The pictures of him in the top-ranked. Jim so it's like he's not just speaking how he feels. He's obviously speaking with. The team feels even went as far to say that he's going to let tyson fury talk about how he feels when he's ready so he's so fury must've said something already that he doesn't want to say an and allow that man of regurgitate those words on his own. But what we're getting is definitely from the team. Not just oh. He's the dad. No he's from the team. He's getting this from the team. Is my opinion is how i see it too. I think he represents the overall Feel of of that camp. You know the the feelings of that camp of but yeah real quick This was in the box. Social interview Tom saunders. These are his quotes from that interview. He said there's loyalty. There's no trust his loyalty. Lies with canelo alvarez. And that's tom saunders talking about eddie. Her to boxing social went on to say on fight night. We're facing seventy thousand screaming. Mexicans were fighting nello alvarez and it seems like now. We're fighting the promotional team as well if they think that they have a sacrificial lamb here billie joe isn't a sacrificial lamb. Billie joe is a lion when he steps inside the ring. He's going to roar when he roy's they're going to know what kind of line he is. I just want this to be fair and just my son wants to unify the titles. Just like camello give us a fair chance. This fight has to be fair. Give us some love your own promoters supposed to be working for you. How can you trust him. The only love. He's showing every opportunity. He's with camello witness. Hold on wait wait. Give me an opportunity. You had to ten exactly what i just said. Such sh shut your soft as because this is boxing. I'm explain to you why you everything's fair. You're gonna have to normal judges referee. You go walk. I have your ring walk every you're gonna have your dress room. You have everything that we are boxers supposed to have but this is not your show. So don't let i'm the big thing in boxing. Yes unfortunately you're promoter. He got to pay attention to me. Got i'm the biggest thing in boxing. It is what is the first. We've seen this man isn't the first time we've seen other promoters kissed the best in boxing promotion. I don't think you get you're gonna feel it. It's gonna feel like that. I'm telling i gotta take my word for our. Let me guess what you already know that you've been came up here and said that. Listen it's cannella showman. it's cannella show so you just gotta come in there and fight like a poem that you ain't got everybody against your team probably against you. You got to fight the world's against you because they are the best fight. in boxing. I dunno of neither one yard getting the element but eddie is becoming a traitor in the eyes of the uk. Public men like the narrative. Let me talk. Francis try action. Let me tag me in just to give you this element because you think this is an even promotions not an even promotion. Eddie is promoting a uk fighter and allowing the uk fighter to be treated as the ultimate decide to an american on you cave by the uk. Fighter's promoter like it's a little bit different. You gotta add the news from oil aids says. Listen you gotta element the areas from the uk. It's always been uk versus america. Now of a you got this. Uk dude who's in control of a lotta shit helping the american get the advantage. It doesn't look well with the with the uk public. It doesn't look well. That's all i'm saying you can laugh all you want especially because green with you does it. Look good i. I'm but he can't do nothing about it is what i'm saying. Can he can be replaced. He can be replaced the understand what i'm saying. Can't he really. He holds that belt. That's leverage cannella wants. We i'm talking about eddie can be replaced man. Oh so you say eddie. Gotta do what he gotta do not to lose his notice is. That's what i'm saying. They're looking at him like bro. You're bro you're soft bro. You know that you rocking with us but you can't. You gotta put your tail between your legs because you're around the biggest box and you wanna get another you want to do next show. He can't do nothing. Don't let go over your head. That's what i've been saying from god on the show. I think what makes it worse is that you know. Eddie's done such a good job as uk fighters in the past and he's fought for them and he's been out here trying to get their fair shake of things so it's like now put in a position where he's doing this for solo. You know it looks a certain way. Maybe in some people's eyes. I i think but I don't know. I think it's i don't know it's tough. It's tough to argue against what he's doing and i think all he's really doing is making you know his brand into a a world brand you know nobody wants to just be the best promoter in the uk just like nobody wants to beat the best promoter in the us. You have visions of being in a world domination so to batman boxing. Who say what's the difference What's the difference and canelo isn't american. No cannella was an american. Bonello represents the biggest portion of the american viewing audience again mexican americans registered mexican american voting mexican-americans represent nearly thirty seven million. I'm going to stop sending thirty six point six. Nearly thirty seven million of america's population. I so you know. Set thirty seven million of those dudes out there dudes in gals that have the ability to pay for pay per view. And those again are registered. So yeah eddie's doing what exactly he's got to do to build his american match room usa but van so yea cannella americans an for anyone who wants to further debate that let's not forget that zone gave them that initial deal whether he's on it anymore. Not we still know. He gets paid ridiculously well and they gave him all that money because what they know he represents an american pay per view buys an american subscriptions. They didn't fucking sign canal to get mexican pestle subscriptions right to choose you. You guys understand what i was saying before about the what. The situation how. Tom son is supposed to feel that. That's how he's supposed to feel 'cause you expect somebody who's you know what i'm saying that countryman supposed to hold you down is supposed to make sure you get as much as an advantage as you can but not when you with the best in boxing. The best boxing demands what they demand he controls the listening kinetico's having a few men and he seemed dues behind act stupid and their whole team standing beside him. He's on she's -pointment he not me. Not he's calling the shots like for real for real it's crazy to see a guy that beyond just it just reminds me of those top fighters men sharp at the guys that jumped in the ring. You do those hilarious. This whole team was it was so he just had a fight punching the head for he'd probably didn't get hit so you'll to say that i can't help myself. I don't. I don't know if i'm just a fan boy. I don't know if i'm just a major troll. I don't know if. I just wanna prove the injust but i gotta say it. What this shows that This shows that while the wasn't wrong he wasn't lying the eddie's a fucking dick head in the negotiations bro. I mean look this. I don't know how y'all you draw a line from that to that easy line to draw. Mario look got the father saying that he's literally against Y y so if you cross in a countryman you crossing a countryman views for views in popularity wider fuck. Wouldn't you give while the utmost worst contracts to keep your views and popularity with the uk and the uk king. In aj myra start to squint and the opposite of what he's doing you know no. He's protecting cannella. Because it's in his best interest to protect. Condello can help the american judges analogous. The treatment could guess what i get to promote the next match from. Usa rises to the top. We're take over the world. That's essentially what i like it. But we got some super butch dr plans. Let's see what plan he has. He says none of this matters. Billie joe in everyone is going to be shocked when canal. Our boxes billy then a body shop will make him say no mass. I don't believe in their body. I don't believe in the knockout but a lot. that's the second page. He's getting knockout crazy. He's not watching. Billy joel's sounded. I'll tell you that right now. You know boxing boxing knockout. What's your question. no no no. I'm still saying no no knock out inability it's our iggy boxing them in going to have to use. He's going to have to show his superior ring. Cutoff ability being able to cut off. The ring is what we're going to see in this fight. In my opinion. That's gonna show. Because billy joel has slipped refinement. Got your gas to find him He definitely is brothers. Remember to write his five stars on youtube star review on. We've officially crossed over fifteen hundred reviews and we're officially like a four point five global average. So thank you to everyone. That's been dropping us a five star review. And don't let those little trolls win. Make sure if you have in dropped review. Drop a five star review. Help us remain the number one box and podcast on. I wanna make sense. 'cause know we got a lot of other super chats that go. Don't get desperate. we're gonna get to them. I just don't want to keep all the call and we've pretty much talked about everything we needed to discuss in terms of information on this topic so i want to get some of the listeners. Opinion Go into the idea super chat that being said thank me me king tv top of the morning. What what he here. He the king and the building lifting this is important to know man. 'cause francis alluded to it man like heavy is the head right. Didn't we just see. What kinda promoter. Oscar de la hoya is in was to cannella who had the bear a heavy fucking crown. Get out and in order to beat a freelance independent fighter. That he is. Don't nobody give a fuck. About what billy joe talk about this. What you've got to go through to be that guy you a king. That's why respected. You get what i'm saying. Had the is the head who bears the crowd. You got to go through the mud. You got the worry about. If you're promoted gonna slip out the back door if you're going to snow in money. What billie joe talking about men go through the difficulty to be great. Yes you stepping up part of the adversity so at least you concerned. Eddie's doing good business. He's trying to work with this freelance fighter that show this ability to move beyond the nasty politics two boxes. Come on get with it man. It's a sport sorta sport man. I love it man. you saying. Take one for the team for team. Pops act like. He don't know that he's listen. He definitely got to take a team because he's in the price position. Like yo if you are handed in opportunities look booboo can't get it charlotte contemplated You know we see what happens like like excuse me to jesus still hoping you may or may not want it. You'll cornell is the bag. And i think oh the part of it to you. Know beyond the ran. Is that psychologically. Just awesome like the father smart because what happened. Did you billie joe loses. i had. Everything's back against me so you know you got some houses you saying. They lesnar excuses. Yeah but it's like if it's a layup just to all you next. If you still dunkin still dunkin practice like he could push the brock and throw it up. You know what. I'm saying like this hour. You pop stone. The billie joe regardless of what happens a tough fight now. If he gets stopped he's going to pull out all them excuses. But it but remember the uk they fighters credit. And that's why they wanna. Uk judge they give their fighters credit for not losing. Well i mean if they're doing it if you're throwing if you catch it i'm gonna throw it alleyoop style. Go ahead to be fair. Cannella got a draw verses mayweather so you know we can't be. Uk judges man can nello. I could see why his dad is is concerned. I'm so sorry. I was trying to figure out who this caller was but i wanted to make a point to and i thought it was on mute. I'm so sorry okay. I got it Listen real quick. I just wanted to make the point. I'm like so we should be embarrassed. That it took us in our into the show and then a mean to come on and literally break it down perfectly. Because if you're eddie and you see the de la hoya you know and by the way you know. They're come out right he. He represented a lot of mexican mexico interests that should have been like a brotherhood right there and the fact that they that shows you you could lose your eisai type of guy you could lose you know already on the fed. So if you're at eddie's position of course you have to you know kind of do the dance a little bit right then. You're and he said it you you you gotta take one for the team and and that's true in so many regards like you. What that you gotta get that money. You gotta go for that bad. You've got to do what's best. That's it right there on perfect. That's what i said. When i said don't let it go over your head and i said i i came on. I said that's how i know mean guy. Because i like he can't. He has no choice. First of all and stop. Being solve is not going to be easy. Everybody gets against you man. I love it. I love everybody's seen how in my opinion wait a minute. So why is billy being called sof. Billy joel dad making the compensation that they team. Whatever you wanna call it. But why are they being called solve. Why are they expected to know what they gotta do. But not other people. People were fighting for wilder to get fifty fifty treatment in. Aj five people were fighting for crawford get fifty fifty treatment in the spence fight. Like why. why does billy bowed down. And you guys don't want crawford about down you don't you didn't want wilder the bow down. I mean even dealing white didn't bow down. He just eighty. Now that's going on. That's what's going on your boxing. That's what goes on like. I'm not saying it's right giving them. Nobody's it s like a catch rate demand to me personally interests the score. Do it all the time to fight his man. You do what you do what you think you. Drain them down to a weight. You think you've got an advantage you do. You have them wait thirty extra minutes before they come out you you. Do you do all kinds of things. That's part of the art of war. You know what. I'm saying to try to win the war to try to win the fight and they're not fair and by way who like you're not going to change it like this it's just not gonna it's not gonna be changed when an argument or debate. What you guys. All you guys resorts bullets well. Well it's been like this. Who's going to change. It's been like this. But now i hear you. I'm the got to get to the next supachai because obviously a vicious circle would just this. You're right we don't have an answer and it has been like this but that brings people aside and people in boers ness come on man are level that you see them doing the doing things like you say like oh you change it like it could change at any level but i try to change the things. I oughta wars border wars. You know we try tremendously to make it as fair as possible. there's only one title per division. The mandatory does get his shot. Our rankings do mean something Our to fight rule does mean something and has been upheld. The sides are always going to be sides right because that's what they're taught is just like society. Boxing society teaches us. You want to be the a side. You wanna be that dude. That can count. That can say you're the side but you know we we've retrying on on on boorda wars. What if you're if you and as far as borders goes you're absolutely right but if you're saying right here right now the nassar gives gonna make a pledge to do a he can in the pro ranks to you know. Call out this stuff and everything you know what they put me on the list. I'm going to be a soldier. Which you because i agree. It's wrong we shouldn't i did. I'm one of the few journalists that went all the way to mexico and confronted the wb. Yeah about different is title and avoiding evan. Haney and and jamaal charles like you know i. I've done what i can do. You know of talked and interviewed the people that i can interview. If what does that have to do with billie joe gen a fight and is an and question and his and his and his team Feeling like they're not getting treated the way that they expect to be treated. Which is fair. everybody's expected to want to be treated a certain way right and you want to be treated fairly fair. Fair is different for everybody unless there's rules that categorize what's fair fair can be to anybody make you feel like what fair is chore lie. I'm telling the truth i guess. What is the rules of being fair when it comes to a promotion like that's written that we know that these are the rules have being fair. I mean fifty fifty. That's where you stop fifty while you on everything fifty fifty and everything like you know fifty fifty you get to pick the judge fifty fifty on fifty fifty on venue decisions of location like we decide as a team as our beat. There is if they like things that can be fought for like. Let's say purse right so it's like okay. We're gonna do. Forty forty winner get sixty okay and then all you know what else would would do Like you pick who you want as a referee. I'll pick you pick three people. You want referee People when referee will put them in a in a hat. Pull them out like that would be fair. That would be how you. But that ain't never gonna happen Hopefully it does next super chat. We got sway. Who says in new york who says hi meet turned down. Charles fight according to pbc podcast yet s old news and we talked about it today. So you're absolutely right. That's why liam williams eventually fall. Andre d- few saturdays ago eljay juarez. Says i totally get where. The data's coming from billy joe saunders. We'll get the bag and the beautiful thing about. Boxing is the billie joe literally. Has it in his hands to be canola with that. Said cannella will win all right. I'm gonna go out to some callers looking like we got us a hawk coming in from marilyn what up her issue mark. Oh man i man attach hey Excuse me first of all does Good morning to you all you guys. You know love the show. Good morning bacon over days. He put his ball desert. I got a good morning. Which is the best part of waking up. Is the blunt in your hands but anyway What what. I'm about to say look check. This broke. his different levels and boston is different levels. Even on the Ace at thank. You got eight hundred people like challa on them who are as a promotional popular. Put a build on particular fights and stuff like that when you talk about eight sound like canal. Oh for me weather. They actually pay the whole undercover work for a place where everybody owns. Undercard sodas cannella they in control of the whole cart period. So anybody fighting down. Just gotta deal with what they gotta deal with. Freud either controlled all concession. You know his beers and everything that came you know canola probably doing the same thing they they pay poll fight of fun the eisai they don't pay a whole basically pay for the whole car and so does not already does the same thing the whole thing but as far as him fighting joe no he's not gonna outbox betty jo villi. Joe is superb at box when he's on point but but cannella doesn't get tired really. Don't every fico to check out you by eighth. Ninth brown billy joke. It's tired and and even Chris eubank goose style is just really really just a come forward until punch style. He vinnie jones. Serious trouble like the level of rounded their fight brown. He's the only thing i think. Okay them nobody. That can get tired hog. When i hear you and debate may not like joe check. Just go check. Really joe's fights out here main complain about eight nine and he slows down. Just does all become real. Okay go challenge right. I call all mega slide in here right. May right quick may a public service announcement. Public service announcement. If you don't know you're about to know turn up your volume on your speaker. Board awards levin man. june twelve in watertown. 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We all know who that promotion won't be leaning favor of that shitting be fifteen cake. Enviros love the same way the promotion of here towards tank. So i mean that ain't going to be a fifty promotion. It is what it is. You decide you gotta expect that mean as a fighter village. Osho appeal some type of lake. These been down in a row for years. Now this this new little pretty big on consumers and get all my boss texas. I'm she gets a ride in the front seat. Now and gigs core. So yeah he feels type of waste because he's been holding it down here you know the little guy so beyond making some great points with is daily dilip. I do collect upset. I won't eddie herds up and up and down in my book. And i love you to do it shit. You didn't do something you lello. Heats essay entity eddie. But here i vote making some good quite man. I could see it both ways. The let's take care as the truck and gotta give that could have going on Right right that's mario. Don't forget also that this you know better than me but it would seem like billie joe can be sometimes a difficult person to deal with and kendall seemed like you know what i mean a person that you can. You can get along when you can talk with easy you know you could show it is that is that wrong me to say nazis. You probably know better than me. He seems like harder to control. I guess i'll put it that way. Oh billy joe in my opinion just like from the antics that if he's ira's cool shit though are billy's cool cool. I'm oh i'm always have that story man to prove you know. We crashed into his bentley and he didn't even talk about insurance and you know he laughed that shit off. So you know yeah. I heard he's a cool. Do but like as far as being like a promoter in like you know. Is this do going to go out there and put something on social media. That's going to you know. Get all the negative attention like you know. I don't know back if you would have. You would what you guys have to pay. Cash into my bentley. Just bought yourself about we fighting somebody to parking lot Sway says jamal should've unified with murata in japan. Our that's a good. I like that. I don't think they notice sent them. That's why. I don't think that's why that if i did it happen because i think murata will fight anybody in japan. He's why he got hometown advantage. He would. I think charles would would fight that fight to be honest with you like i think it's a winnable fight and it's also a fight that comes with like a lot more money than like somebody else in that situation. You know what i mean. he is at least a bag in japan. I guess we can put it that way. Listen listen rob. Brandt told us before he got the first morada fai did he would fight murata in japan because of the amount of money that they was offering them so the second one he already knew he was going to he went. And we heard from brent. Since i think he in the low sue chilin he in a lawsuit. Chilling man when you were in a lawsuit. Because you've got money in this sport you understand woodside out. Mikey sat out the people to sit out because they lloyd they okay that they can afford to sit out. You know what i'm saying. I ain't saying brain right brain got retirement money but i notice followed the shootout his career his wife flip and sell the house is all day and and you follow this career long time you know what happened with my donna. After he got the by what happened to cloudy after he got the pack. Y'all fight to all these things getting the fight. Yeah birthday just kind of just sat back. And i'm not saying that rob's not coming back to fight in boxing. I'm just saying like that's how much money he got from them. Ratified triple jeans up. Getting mirada out. I or murata beats a triple g light. The dynamics change like somebody got to be that guy that beats some mirada. I or he's going to end up. You know being the guy that fights can l. overall the belts. You're the other day. I check in brandt wasn't even in the rankings. I don't think i'm like that's a better fight for charles. Oh that was a way. Better fifa charl. Oh who am. I liked that fight. Who am i a podcast. We got youtube sending us a dollar. Were for love. I'll take two quarters. You guys get one each boston. Jared says my understanding it. Excuse me boston can. Stone says texas is neutral. It's not mahyco. Also billy was supposed to get the callum smith before cove for big stadium. Yeah they kept saying anfield. Anfield and yeah. That's awesome. yeah. I saw that super chat. And that's it's that's kind of bullshit. Like i mean he's right technically or geographically. But let's be real. I mean if you're you come from the uk and somebody else comes from. Mexico like texas is not neutral like i. You can say whatever you want. That's ridiculous neutral. Come on this is for real like you cannot call that neutral you can. It's it's crazy but mockus ohio runs. Boxing what a good guy was going on man. Good to hear from him. Don't you shut up to them. Paul breakfast man. Oh hi really running box. I can't believe anything. Well definitely jake. Logan logan on one. Yeah he looking like a j. j. clinton people down but no you're discussing today. Man this is. I can think from both sides but man. This is boxing. Mario and presents the and is we. We understand gang. Though we understand the gay was sean porter was fighting earls vance we knew what it was we knew. Sean didn't have punching power to stop or he has to really dominate earl. To actually win that fight and when people are saying about the lockdown right now even without the knockdown still think sean would have one that probably would have got wrong most but back real man and i i know that going into the game so you gotta take care of the law says the same thing you gotta use it as motivation. Don't go there and talking about the judges robbie you or against you. We know that didn't let your fingers do the talking. Like he went. Law went into the fight with konare like he was the eisai. That'd be honest. So you gotta go out there and take it man that's latifah. Did when he got judas teaching. I'm gonna start knocking everybody out what you gotta do man. So that's my call. God all right also also mark is just add that what people also forget is that it's all willing good but when you live under pressure you comfortable on the pressure when you when you in pressure every now and again you gotta get used to being under pressure. That's all i'm saying when he steps up to the big show billy joel. He can feel the pressure of a big show. Kelo lives under pressure since leave. I'm trying to go to my movie. Rolodex alonzo and get that. That bain line. But i can't i don't remember do me zig leave on the fire of ever. He's giving him that speeches. That was molded in it. That's that right. There you know he was more flow to drown his opponents by way in the dead by the big show the press conferences. Big duan's big. By the time you get to fight night and you walk out by the time you get to the zapped finished. Not only floyd do that but he would get them to one mother fucking and take pictures with him and shit like the whole team trying to take pictures with lloyd before the fight like yup. Yeah but We got boston. Jared says my understanding is that there is a contractual obligation to provide a uk. Judge is that now. what's being reported. i don't know i never heard that. Well what. I heard for the interview and tom's mouth is he was told or they were told they were gonna get a uk judge and now eddie telling them that. There's no way because of the commission is is out of his hands so you know they told them what they told him to get them to get a a data lie. Just say what did you just say. Mario what is the key keyword. You said sign on the dotted line. Now it's out of my hand because he can't do nothing he's looking at them like sorry guys. I can't do nothing. I just got you to fight for all. I know he dropped off but for anybody who wondering oh is telling the truth. Yeah member member. Bill haney when i said bill why do you just get on the cannella on the will. Not as. I'm sure he'll do that. He said because canaletto is in control the who gets on the undercard and we can't afford. They can't afford us on his under caucus. He pays everybody on his undercard. So you know. That's why frank chances is on his guests because his house. Eddie trains them. So it's like. Oh i gotta get you a fisons. Pbc and getting you. If i send you a for. I gotta get you a fight. I don't nello listen. I'm good can those under got elvis soto fighting takayama. That's a good ass fight sanchez. On his way to be in the new golden boy like when he's done he's going to promotions and also like adviser. Fuck around still be i know what do it now. You know why you know what i remember being in high school saying the same shit being like yo de la. Hoya is going to be the new bob air. He's gonna have moseley. He's going to have hopkins. Like you know what i mean. And that's i remember being that age when golden boy was about to start to pop off and we knew it was coming but it wasn't quite here yet. That was the you know. it's so canals gonna. You're probably right like our best. What's going to happen. His nose going to end up being the new golden boy and then the new young cats gonna take you for him and then go build his. It's just history is gonna kick a tremendous job already with that little clicky gottmann. They stand out. They stand the now And so ryan goza says you know what i'm i'm the old i'm the new and that's a sink line you know. What do you think about this line. I was. I was born in darkness. And you just adopted. That's the line from batman from your going out to seattle's mr. He is on what he believes his shot on the horses. What's good thank bring mr d. c. Maybe missed the pvc yoyo. Shout out to everybody on. The respect does kinetico's tactics in knows he can't allow to joe us outscoring. So why not get judges decides. She don't want another four. May the situation. But you know. I can't wait to see the site man Billy joel not nothing against he'd as early for and he can push by the job just over. I know that they say that he corner coca cola winning rounds with the most simplest jive no foot movement hall. So i got the five for billy joel man. And he can't win at the good way should do like types of chitwood. Mccall buckle up buck la but but remember francis. Were remember outlive motivated. Ju just remember that may get at it here. You know what time it is. You know you know. My body workman rutan after yo listen. I emphasized that. Unc you must don't get those men let me see what number to Senator us phone. You ain't getting those messages now. She's i copy. Paste it to you then but i think if i think i know what it is of course already know what it is man. You know this man. I don't play no games man. Who did that though i did that i know i know. Yes you know you find out real quick. I wanted to tell you that. Go about it. Don't you repeat people are people are forgetting that. Billy joe can boxes off. They have to have an nello in a situation. That billy joe decides the boxer twelve can man he can men that do can dance on his feet man he can do i mean and if he trains properly not gonna guess now can a different animal. It's all about getting hit and the punch resistant and all that stuff that comes with it. You know what. I mean but at the same time you can't you can't take out factor that billy joel doesn't have the ability to can love twelve rounds. You crazy joking by. He'd be doing this from birth. Isn't that surround. the is knocked out. I really don't y'all take my word for it but any yeah i agree with you so to we got and some yet campy all the super chats by the way no no. The next super chat is from anymore big. Nick who says eddie's loyalty is to guide and uh they have a partnership both fury and sanders baba's complaining about eddie but they're both getting career. High paydays hunted emoji. That's true that's true. So basically he said. Don't yet if you get in a fat bag uh-huh uh-huh sure i agree with that. And that's what the whole does why it encompasses everything just don't like you. Just don't talk and that's the soft part like you know what it is. You signed his dotted line understanding what you get yourself into. Don't then don't don't sign it. Then complain you understand. Yes we know got to. You got gotta complaint some time to even get it to be a little bit fair than it already is definitely have to so it's warranted. You understand in different sports. You have sometimes. You got argued the referee to get a call or some mario like certain point derek. Zoya had to ruffle feathers just to get a few billion dollars. Okay but let me clarify though. But just me i did. I thought i'm saying no. And i agree with you but i just want to make sure that i say that. I don't have a problem with the complaining. I have a problem with you. Complaining thinking things. That's how it's going to change. Like i don't mind you airing your grievances on tv or boxing social and say well. This is not fair like the but to expect something to happen or did expect that you just airing your grievances. What's going to get the last fifty years of boxing practice. That's what i have a problem. Oh he does expects on a habit. I guess we didn't get to that part he he's definitely acting us the fans he's like. Come on get behind us. You know we need to feel. He said you know. Get some of that gypsy love. We need to feel it. I'm telling you it's gonna be worth it on fight night. You guys can bet something like yo. You gotta watch what i gotta go. Check it out. I haven't seen. I didn't see that part i didn't hear it. Yeah i gotta go check that out. I thought i was going to be able to get away with. Just watch checking out the quotes but seems like there's a lot more quotes here so in terms of charles. Oh fighting one zero charles. Thirteen hours posted back in action. Right but shot out to barbershop conversations. Because i swear. I've heard him say this shit so many times on on his show and charles fighting on june nineteenth in houston. I promise you shop. that's your word. How many times have you heard this man say he needs to be given one of these fighters june nineteen yup and and and i mean he's getting it so does that mean anything more of francis that that allah's setting jamaal charles so for this date that's never been used the may be you know you know we'll get more fans tuning in or or come out and then he's putting them in versus a mexican. There is expected to win amongst the hardcore hardcore but not the casuals so would still the green print right like you're fighting a mexican on a big holiday. Does that recipe work. Yeah it works. I'll tell you why it works. Because i'm going to bring it back just real quick every if when david schenker was looked at as a tough fight even though he was coming off two losses right. So if you're going to with the formula of title fight a tough fight and you have a tune-up monte. I looked up at looked as a tuneup. You understand seeing that all the other champions quote unquote was wasn't able to make deal now. Given that that day they saw significant amongst the the african american community and also The fact that he's in houston back. Home is a plus jamal because he can turn this into something big. He can make this data every time. It's like a holiday. Every time he fights on this date. You know what i mean and turn it into something like how you have a single demayo or you have the independence day. Could turn into something of of that type of caliber for himself. So yeah. I think it's amazing. I think a recipe can work. Here's the thing. can it work. Yeah it can work in the same way that you know In the same way that next independence september seventeenth or nineteenth Works for You know mexican fighter or boxing. In general the same way that seagal the mile works the same way that the mexican miss our puerto rico day parade. I think they used to have a fight on that time. In in new york it is a green print. It is a recipe it. It won't work if the fights don't matter the fights have to matter you know it's it's not that cinco de mayo worked because it was singled him mayo it. It worked because they that's where they put me whether delahoya like whether he he capitalized on a date that you know by fighting mexican on a date that a lot of mexicans. We're going to get together in the first place that the brilliant was smart but that fight mattered. That fight kicked off so the expectation is that on that date. There's going to be a big fight to in order to produce the same results. They gotta have big fights But yeah this is definitely the start tip to put him on that date and to keep it rolling. They just next time out. Let's you know. Put ben evita's on the card or let's you know let's put him against plantlets. Let's give them a fight. The matters i just challenged my girlfriend barbershop conversations to keep that same energy. Not that i know i'm making public. I don't know that he had any negative energy for canal year them. But if you did keep thinking in terms of what terms of opponent like saying that saying that the opponent was garbage was good world a lot of the world was saying why the fuck is can fight a year them so yeah. A lot of the world is saying why the fuck is charleston montiel. No he's actually. If you watch the interview you just had a mind. He kept the same energy. Who and that's what i said. Challenge the state energy. I said why these things are happening. And then he okay. I got it. Okay and i said challenging to keep that no 'cause i didn't know his energy about you but i know that the world's energy about them is like what the fuck is cannella door. So where's that. What the fuck is he doing. Let's not wash it off because he's in a date right. he's got a new day. It's like damn. They marketing geniuses. Now damn they listened to barbershop they to. Oh who is cool is great now. Let's not forget. He cannot was out with fireworks in miami to that was some new shit but it didn't matter because you don was not up to par. We got another supercharge dole. Let me get to that. And that is coming from is not homa or is he not he says. Been to the last few zone cards in ballots. It's going to be a hometown. Crowd for cannella regardless billy joe saunders better looked for the knockout canal by unanimous decision. I agree on the Unanimous decision. And i guess i agree that It is kind of those crowd. And i guess i agree billy. What about you guys they. Finally we already nello show so like give it up like commodity and try your best right now. You know who you know who just went through that. You know who just went through that though loma chanko shaneco show into you. Had to take all the bull. A show up and do your thang. So that's where it comes from for me. I keep the same energy change. See oh did complain. But he got upset. Well chant right then let me know. Yeah he did. Yeah but i don't know that was. Yeah that is kind of the same situation. I guess it is. It is it is and i was like thinking about it but yet is Let me get to my good. Did you guys get those messages. I get any messages. Oh yeah my bad sorry. Let me get to my good friend. One of the fighters going to lose and no matter. What don kings we're gonna win. That's the way it's supposed to be. It's an america. Man that's enterprise revolutionize his netflix. Well that's the people. Whatever it more than what they could get from any adversary amanda otherwise. They wouldn't be with me. Tom already jack bond balance. Hey man intro sound real. It's very much relative to the current situation. We got going on with the marvelous. Mr eddie higher you know No matter how amount of eighty myrna it just if benny tell did somehow magically pulled out the votes that victory corn away rene uk. You know And i'm okay with it because there's a promoting. That's the way it's supposed to be you know in the the chows game when it come to big business like is right here so you know got soggy solving feelings than taking us all you man visit. The show must go along with of a thing about the june nineteen might get. Hey but i never carry anyway. june nineteenth rethink. Its gone boost of the ticket sales. Like i'm glad it happened. It on that way because i do appreciate it on a day but it's nine on wanna really go into the history of that any more take tonight. S when aid found out did as a fruit specifically texans found out that they were specifically free so yeah. They should have a veto on end but people in new york. Don't really even know you. Nine hundred ninety s wisconsin. Don't know what they may know. What down celebrated like texas do this. Big thank you thanks for taking. Did you know ninety nine and also spoke long. It's about bobber hair. He wanted to see him. Flip-flops i did my don king the great a eddie hearn the mall i am when -til went barbara bird bit a dancing anyway. When he was on an interview with tv so baron might be more load and people back. He ain't doing their play beside him. To my knowledge anyway would really got powerful. Pound instance out. Now it's getting some hate. Some people may or may not share the thing you know. Who's on the committee man. I got it who who who got the most praised throughout the whole powerful pound. This aero you know department paint on that man. -ccomplish i am i am. I am retired and on there. I am the only fighter to defend his title three consecutive successful. Tom's it hasn't been done. In boarding blissett data in drops Mayweather pacquiao from the rankings for being inactive for year backyard. Still up the two years in active. You aren't really edged pale. Active rank is on no bu-but you won't take out. They won't take out the ducker im- bishop. I could've been proper pound number one if you if you're number five would've fought me. He let fighting off retirement retired. Get no respect in this game. So i retired to join a fucking committee so this blasphemy doesn't happen anymore. May you speak. I new one that you had to vote to be on a pound and it was made this it if nasa retired and frances retired. We can't put them on it. Our i got no problem with it. Now i gotta get my. I gotta get my host real quick because yo you want to do one win. You know what. I'm saying politics but he can nadal not to pick it chooses billy joel's listen all my resume dudes. That never fought. But that's how small border wars is right now right now. Yeah you right but right now. You can't on a two heavyweight other than myself brother you know you're you're and and marvin who had to know went down you understand so everybody goes down your slave now. Three one three no three in. Oh and one right right. He bought an anybody on the pound a might not be on the comedian. Alan founded by the way who ella. Who who do did you put on the fucking path. Appel offer one win two and number two in two different white division on the rights behind people that are on the pound all around people who on here calling be brother corey on their coach. Baby he can't be everybody on and they won't be they can't be beat. Here's salad solid would've been to take the inactive busy. It not not the defending obi we oughta inaccuracy. We would have no koby all on announced so take this list. That'll take the true champ. All just to ruffle the feathers. I see i do. I'm call got number one on info we know who who the fuck women last. Anybody even remember the last time bias on that list may come on man album. Anthony colbert words in number five. We got the knocker rbis. The black matrix no big issue. Somebody knocked down the number one contender. Who was leading dr congo. He'd knocked out leading around. Almost decapitated demand. I ever heard from deleting would balanced out did was hit. All he did was hit him over the head with one hundred dollars bills and gave him dignity. Brad man he hated me. Yo who's on that committee man. I'm telling you right now. We got a polish the committee. I'm i'm putting a hashtag out. No more secret groups has tag no more secret groups. He keeps saying as a committee but he the only person we ever hear of. Meanwhile you look at eddie's actual rankings that we go by right go off wins and losses and activity and those are more respectable. But that's what happens with pound for pound. Those are more cleared. The path mario profes- pound. This mythical you know what. I'm yeah no of course. Oh my man is doing what he wanted to do on his list. What is it this is how all sanctioning body started. It was like the guy was doing the wbz. He really looked like it was like he's like i don't think he's doing it right and he started. Ibm guys like from the i. B o. I don't like the like w crazy right. That's how we're gonna catholic five belts. Everybody hayden everybody. Did i mad. I got took off the list. Floyd pack don't get taken off the list especially nano powerful. Panelists rankings list. You know eddie could take me off the rankings list okay whenever my activity comes up my inactivity quote unquote right. 'cause they can't hit me activity of day. Hit fucking many with it. He got many number one. Five seasons may like bugging straight bias. Bo from manchester both manchester man. That's his new name. Bokram bama both from. What is it what they got over this Both from birmingham birmingham straight by sudha. You can't believe that listening we're going out to Gado what a. I don't know if you'll be able to hear me. Sound clear so far chat so check that i really appreciate. I really like what a what brandon was saying when he was to see it from both sides Especially the aspect of light. Billie joe iran. You think of it only thing. I really had a problem with this. I heard that it was contractually obligated to for them to have a a uk jers so doesn't a contract that out. That's that's bogus book. Oh shit that restart on started looking little toddy. Y'all get that button up right now man. Why we're waiting for the call. Get back on the line. You already know what you listen to the box invoice. Tb in the morning with you. We rockin out right now and we live so a favor. Man a straight into the skype abyss. A powerful pound is bogus man he chest. They'll defending that lists if you on blog talk to you because you have impressed one. And we're talking canelo alvarez and papa sanders tom sanders. Aaron it all out talking. You know how he feels about the mistreatment In the promotion from one episode guajardo hearn after he's adapted his mexican residency But yemen what we talking man. That's what we talking and then and then and then bow came in interjected This mythical pound for pound list doesn't have a committee that we can see and touch and talk to He's the only member on the committee. Francis think that we're going have to take the initiative to correct this This wrong we're going to have to man up so you can tell this clear. Bias committee. He put birmingham. Stand up Yeah done whether it's over. You can't be on that committee alone any longer. Hold on take. The outta love is over garoppolo. Exactly he's going to have to produce the names on his committee or we can know why you child really. So are you drive for like hey we got to. How can we tie. Like areas is likely says high warriors. What is it people that serve high profile while they wrap. They faces a you. Can't you don't want them to know. Because then they start going after them or even worse they start having them say you know like money their way right like you know. That's probably how sochi gets ranking. They'd be like oh yeah. Medicine bowl basket by actually beating the rapid pace. Here let me get to gado again. Sorry brother we dropped off our daily skype reset there. How are you need. Nah was saying his own. Yeah i heard it was contractually obligated for him to have a uk judge to but if it's not an contract is billy joe should have been more diligent and actually you know what i'm saying understanding that they put that in the contract she was all is making sure that and earning telling not saying whatever discipline about it a lot so as the only thing i think he has a legitimate thing to complain about it as far as promotion goes say this is boxing. You know what i'm saying. You know how go if you want that promotion for condello. She earned the ring and take it from as far as charles. I'm glad he got that day at the real big people. But i kinda romy the wrong raisman. And is he talking about other fighters say stuff. I'm not fighting andrea. Nobody knows no attachment. You know we find somebody by right now. One of my favorite so own meteoroid away. Well all right brother. Thank you for calling in god. We going out to hamilton canada. Go you see that new caller by the way my man was some fire me like all right. Go ahead go ahead. Holiday mammy highlighted. Don't gotta be dry vehicle borough to touch that. It's hot right now. Let's keep it moving. We're going to get with it. Hamilton is hamilton going to look at gras. sports nation. saying that year them is way worse than montiel Wow wolf wow what we wanna hamilton. Or what what are canada alone along. One was deployed complain. We got a shot. Who i just wanna know his laying nine complaint. I don't know i don't remember. Actually i don't think he did. What did he do. He took he won now. Does everybody complains take on desert. Everybody compliant take camello now really. I don't think so. Who else can hurt anybody complain. Oh i'm wondering if you already if the family is you know. Sending grievance Thunders probably said soft. If you're already sick worried about the judges then you've pretty much video that you're already locked own justify gotta go in there like period. Just take him out of the. Why the huey houston say. Hey it was the judges. Not no you gotta go in there with a winning mentality. He gotta just go in there and and you know that was the only part of a means. Call that because i mean had a call and it was like ninety eight point. Five percent just brilliant. But they're but the only part of it that i didn't agree with was what you said right now and it's like you say oh well don't complain his go in there and rise above it and and i get that and i understand that guys like fury and guys like mayweather did that. You know mayweather against la hoya fear against wilder. But like that still doesn't dismiss the fact that you want judges that are going to at least be fair or get. Make your best attempt at a fair organized sanctioned bow like it doesn't i don't know i don't think that it's out of the realm of things to ask for or unfair practices to suggest that you want a judge that comes from where you i don't know i don't know it's a tough thing to say because i get what you know the point but i just don't vibe with it i don't know i mean how could you not want fair judges like how could you say that. I just don't get it. I'm going to knock the guy out so we don't need fair judges. I don't know sentence for parts to me. It's kinda like i mean if you get you get knocked out shae. you're judge. He's knocked the no. You need after day out. Come get him at foy was like i really want to get into that right. I mean we knew is a be oscar. I'm not gonna say we knew. He was going to be oscar but he was confident he was going to beat oscar. You know what i mean. Yeah so you know. There's a new caller call in what looks like huston. Talk to me. H ten up. Who's this. This is a remote corner from a houston. What's going on vermont. Who's a better opponent A year or for what is his name monte. Then i'm gonna go with one month's yes oh does because just because you. I mean how long was the f. Word year he was out from year by the is maybe to maybe right. I think it was two years. Wasn't it yeah. Yeah maybe to. I think yeah it was more like two years so just for the simple fact that they he was gone for that long and he was coming off of that laws. And i'm just gonna give it. I'm gonna give that north chicago but still the book that opponent but What what what. I wanted to talk about. Billy joel. now he also hundreds he he he. He takes those mind games he hasn't done with. Aps talk and maybe gin from people around here in day rings. He's gonna get some rounds so he's speaking out and saying that you think maybe that's him trying to get into their mind or to the judges hits. I mean maybe. I guess deputy is definitely gonna per paint leggings. Even tories were speaking and and and and get into people's heads it for but yeah but another thing he's not you know i've heard people say that he's going out bar criminal. Yeah he can. Bus can only he can add boxer to so much pressure on the. He presses you do much. He's gonna cut up rings. He's he he he just can't jump around and get away from cutting for twelve rounds. It puts too much stress on people's he's on your grill. All gonna walk through those punches. He ain't gonna fill them and he ended up catching them in a corner in the couple body set to join them down and just wearing them through told round. I don't think billy can do for so long. Well all right brother. Ramon ramon how do you. How do you pronounce it. Ramon among as town. Thanks for h we got your next time. You call you so we should begin. Thomas lamont on. I guess they heard the show and misinterpreted what i said. I definitely said. I'm picking them. What he why the smoky down ran down for the smoke on facetime like oh so you ain't picking me for this five nine definitely said i'm picking you. I'm i'm around with my heart and my my heart ride it listening for the cornflake. He was one of the first interviews. I remember doing on here like you know. I know he was a good friends with boxing. Diva you know and She was always somebody who was cool with me. And and Yeah man. I'm going for him. I hope he wins. Like i don't. I don't really root for guys like that. Like rarely even do that. You know like rob. Brandt drill herring. Cornflake those are three dudes that i will admit that i was. I've watched a fight in their last year and said i'm going for that guy like i want him to win and it's because of my experience with tv. Yes sir man is like. I already said you know what i saw. Hang on say what i've said and so he come but now we stay longer until he come. We did done with the calls. We've done with the callers and that's load it just immi if you book is so can. He's coming on right now. Allegedly sent him to learn just waiting just waiting. But yes ness. Gto instagram and twitter. Just in case we gotta rapid on up. Wrap it all up you know. its aunt. Maria mckee on twitter at more mu via instagram rick. Nhl plus i see my mouth off jones e. which is guy though who said i agree with mario one hundred percent. Okay just talking and we go to in the what's happening. Show we don't hear you. We don't hear you hang up in quebec in because in with show microphone again. Nysc goes on the call back. Real quick meyer city seen a dope to whatever righetti rickety. Rick it's the regular regular so my age rick rick. He has an immunity at fellas patiently. Waiting for one. You have in press one. That's why we didn't go to you and rig dipped off yet again. I guess he's having a connection issues man pulling out this this this this this false lists man. He's a pumping horseless found list number. One meet the coach number two marvin airplane math firm and wrong brother not give it until three committee. We can't be talking about this listener and anthony. How does he come up with these. How does he make decisions. We need answers man. We need answers trip in really like. Oh come on. Joe tell you mario western there. We go here we go. It's time that's lamonica. He jumped building. Yeah go ahead and turn your camera side with before we get going. Catch kobe through the and camera row. Which you mean. I got people head which tell them you six feet. You want to interview big time in baghdad out without without i'm trying i'm trying to steal your coach man. I'm telling them is to code. Man i go hold you got it was. It was hot as shit yesterday but it was today. It's a little breezy. Got breezes day man i need to come ho- camp out here man one day after you get this win so getting that right out the way i literally went on record today and said i'm picking with my heart and i'm in my heart on my sleeve and i'm picking lemond. I said laura's already had his day. You know a new jersey's definitely been put on the map. A lot of kids from new jersey are now men and and really rapid. I mean and and i would love for you to get this win because you know you still got more or less than you so yeah i officially handpicked you today. It's a coincidence that you facetime me that being said it is not an easy task. I'm picking you with my heart. Laura is still a fucking dog like so accurate sued. That's the issue his accuracy and then he's got good legs to for defense so it's not an easy. You gotta assume that you have to change your whole style and become a mexican right like i. Don't wanna see you trying to box laura coach. Oh i don't want to see him. Try to box law like oh we bought the become boxes and outbox the boxer in like later stage career. What's the game plan. Just a win Now listen his his effective. I'm glad beaver cliche. Which let me this month because goes on to have a handsome sometimes. Well why you do that. I'm going to let everybody know that we do have thomas lumona thirty four and one professional fighter who's gonna take on areas lindy laura on may first and that's going to be at the dignity health sports park in carson and that's the free lead to one of the biggest man and if you if you're not familiar with his work he has been in there with the lights of kota who we talked about earlier this morning. Gabriel sarah he's been in the ring with You know dusty hernandez harassing another great fighter. So antoine douglas So you know. A decorated fighter is cornflake. Thomas lamonica out of jersey and Getting ready though for his biggest fight of his career against ears lindy laura also to add to the plot he he changed trainers for change trainers yet for this particular fi and he's no longer boxing rail. He's now with coach. Oh so you've got that element. Like how good are you going to do your new trainer on your biggest fire. Your life is like you know everyone says this. Fight is my biggest. Because if i don't win this fight. I don't get the next fi but this is your biggest i mean. I don't think you just ran off the list. Laura would be the most decorated fighter that you beat If you can veto so so i so going back to the i want you know at the end of the day lawrence the dog. Right out. laura's dog for lauren laura's dog when he was running sheep us frank shields made him adult adult being with saudi. You have to pay attention to little me. Ishmael salis boxing teacher teacher. He's a he's a boxer. He's a safe. You know his name. One fighter sows got a dog. Let's that that's legit dog. Who danny gas dog is he. He's a very crafty very highly underrated. Crafty skilled cuban. He's not a dog really. I know. I think that the body worked the he puts in like that's what his game is body works. I would consider that a dog because you know when you go to wipe yourself for your count to the counter him that's craft when we say dog and we say dog. We're talking about her. Laura that's dog work. we're talking. Jon porter sean. Puertas that dog. he's he's he's grizzly like shawn porter. Ugly fight you know what i'm saying. I'm saying that. Look for for opinion. My in my opinion when i look at laura he could be a dog and he's showed it plenty of times he sort of plenty of plenty of times Especially in the her more recently. The hurt fight. I thought he got screwed on the custodian. We'll fight now. I'm saying i thought he. He kinda edged it out by like around but A dog when he was now he's you know he's that forty five old. You know what. I mean ten gobi. He's a good throwback songs five year. Old cuban yeah saying he is. He's you know pop pop. You know what i'm saying. His rhythms very slow. The pace is very slow. You know what i'm saying brought I got like damn near fifteen years on them. Twelve at least ten twelve years on the umbro fresh non saying so if you wanna get high pace But we've never seen fight at a high pace. He home run outta high pace. But he he now fight anglo and heard those are as they was bringing up the pressure to him. Both of those dudes was on his ass so to and what happened. I mean know. He came from behind fan gulag remember. It was ugly for him an anglophile his act i could see on golos punches back in that day and i was watching that fight to see i can see those punches from from from goddamn paddison. I'm over right now. I can see from joe ridge. Evan patterson easy to say from the outside bread when you win with that lissa remember that a young gabe rosado fell to the pressure of better on. Google and google was no joke early in man. That kirkland fight took a lot from angola anna lot from kirkland banal banal. Look at it in my favorite right. We're going back many many years matter of fact though that's up what was that two thousand twelve. Maybe two thousand fourteen. Fuck we talk. In the kirkland fight the Lower and ghulam laura was. Yeah you right man. Two thousand thirteen thirteen look at laura. Now turn to went into back. Then it's really you also gotta compare them to look at golo right now and look. Laura like one is still out here. Listen that's never mind so that's never so you think he basically you are. Oh there's no doubt he's absolutely so listen. Listen thirty eight old man. But he's got a game that favors older fighter tudo thirty one. Thirty eight. listen is eight thirty. am. I'll gamble a win. Swell with evan haney. Who is the future gamble. A win well. Who's a puncher grow but you act like that's a surprise. I want bread off of that. That he was going to go. The distance vote devin hanes all that but he wasn't stopping. No no you're yoga's gamboa's especially come off performance. He did when he fought that kid in. I don't even know who fought on that. I think it was the logan paul card. He and plus coming off that long. Layoff and shit. That i ain't here at the end of the day laura laura i'm saying is the old the answer's yes is he still a crafty champion. Highly respected halley avoided A fighter absolutely but at the end of the day is his ties. His tires are flat. Flat i knew at that though. I love confidence. But i think it's all age men sounds like it. Sounds like you're saying listen. I'm picking you to its morio here. We haven't spoken roadblocks on but I'm rooting for you. Br you listen you you know. I following your christmas two thousand twelve. At least you know what. I'm saying from texas watching the kid from new jersey grow up. I remember when you first got our show box so excited to see you. You know on. Espn the first time tv fight. So this is a long time coming. I see this in an. I'm so excited that you had the shop. I want you to win. I don't ever come on here. And so i want them to way but i want you to win. I want you to win. And i can see a way that you can win. It sounds like what you're saying. Is you gotta go in there and make him feel every bit of the thirty eight thirty nine forty year old that he is. Is that what you're going to do. I think yeah but you asked the answers on. But the guy's ostrov matters you know i. I just got the great for thirty six minutes. yes. I got to be great for thirty six minutes. I've been a day and even in defeat we'll come back. You know what i'm saying would for me. Obviously i'm very fortunate to be with the team with shot lewd to cuba's junior but you know what i'm saying. People don't get world title opportunities. You know what i'm saying. I'm willy nilly yom saying yeah especially especially coming off of you know what i'm saying. I'm calling off two wins but you know coming off. My previous pvc pbc performances. Despite that and those the minor fixed the screen so we can see you on your whole face. Oh we all nostrils extended a little bit now. I'm saying now that you know. I mean this is like my one shot and i'm going for i seen. I seen some kind of been awful everything. I've been off for social media. I've been off of all that. But i got. I got a text from someone that law that they did boxing scene thing and he put out there which which best captured because he won't even talk like that. It's the same. Because that's how i got up ahead against them because broke the ship that he'd be saying like it's not even him doing these interviews bro. Don't say nothing bad. He was saying all. Like i'm you know i'm i'm actually. It was all positive. I'm a tough fight. How a unique style. You know what i'm saying. It's my first world title opportunity. And i'm saying so. He has to be at his best to beat me blah blah blah the whole bullshit. Listen i know it's not him speaking. So that's i could man by You know and i know you know. Maybe he's not in today because he's a true pro and shit but i talked shit bro and i rumble either way either. The way it is. And i'm saying obviously i'm not undefeated or not like that. I've obviously had losses and ship but knock rumble and to grew with you said Yemen he got he. I feel old at thirty eight thirty nine. I'm saying cigarette smoking cigar smoking or liberty. He cuban i live on that at finance wife got order. He got feel orders ship off at. Let me tell you. Let me tell. You may chevy's in real quick. Because i need to ask some questions to him coach. Where you at a subduction us duckie during code you got to man filling himself right now. I promise you this always him. I've never heard this side of him. He's like what's going on. Who is smart over there. Got him so confident. I mean we we had. We had great scorn Brought some guys in from different areas. They brooklyn dnv With north pa. Right up north pa. But he's right boston as well Enough they gave us to look that we needed. You know what. I'm saying definitely gave us the look that we needed and You know man like like he because he ready. I told you when we spoke last time know we lost our connection or whatever. But i told you like this is going to be the greatest conflict you've ever seen. You know what. I'm saying for thirty six minutes you know. It's it's just a matter of we come into the wind and whoever he needs to be whatever he needs to be in that fight wherever goes absolutely trying to do So does that sounds like you danced around the game plan question like you saying he get with the game on what i just said. I said whatever in whoever he needs to be to get it done. That's what he's prepared to do. That's when world titles but that doesn't necessarily mean like go we go in. You know. I guess be the margarito so to speak you. You're smug i love it. You know at the at the end of the day is pretty black and white. You can't outbox. Laura fuck up and make the dog fight you know not and and but but at the end of the day i am six one my my style. If you get asked a question is what type of fighter would you consider. Thomas lamonica you would say of boxer dams fernanda puncher. I'm saying good a good boxer. Crafty guy you know what i mean. I i know how to use length my my height my all my vantage. Is you make people uncomfortable with your size to a. You know what i'm saying. And i truly feel. My power is a little deceiving. I'm not knocking. The i i would agree with that. I would agree with that. So i'm saying like oh said whatever it takes to win whatever it takes to win Fast the game plan. We working on a little bit of everything. We had multiple styles of of sparring fighters. Who've been in you know. We basically all of them. All the main may sparring partners for the most recent notable opponents laura's had included her including her included. Greg band daddy your guys like that those same main guys. You know what. I'm saying that that help get them ready. I'm saying Was here with us and you know we this. You're obviously. I've had a good good talks with people that are here. Means good talks with people that have been in the ring laura. I've had good talks with people that are in the gym with water. I mean like this like there's a lot of people in boxing. I don't know so. I just got eight. So whatever whatever he brings in. i'm ready for. I'm going to be honest. I don't see you winning a boxing match. I when i envision you went in. I envision you make an uncomfortable for home consistently keeping pressure on him because he he's gonna wanna box he's gonna wanna have the fi- at a pace fighting and pawn actually. He's a southpaw right. He's apple with that stupid lead head you've got to not sit there and loud as should happen next thing you know is the six round back. Yeah i disagree. I disagree. I disagree with you Now i'm i'm doing thomas. The first of all. I'm i'm france canada I i'd be remiss not to keep it one hundred and be myself like i always am so i'm gonna keep it a hundred with you I i want you to win this fight in. I'm saying i pick you to win this fight in terms of like The person that you are and the first world title in just a story comes with it but but if the stallion going with to try to make it rough and uncomfortable i think laura being the accurate sharpshooter years. You'll get a knockout i. That's how i personally look at it now. I feel like you gotta mix it up if you just go all balls to the walls dog. Is he going to knock you out based on his experience and his skill. You say you're not the biggest puncher so when you come in. That's my personal opinion. I want you to make make me a believer. Come back up here your do that. That was talking all that shit. Because i did my thing. That's what i want. That's how bad pick you. But i want you to make sure you on top of it. I got to keep it a hunting with you. One hundred percent. That's why i said. I disagree with 'cause boxing might be the better thing because of his height and i'm saying it's region is youth but if you just goes like boss i just think laura's too much of accurate sharpshooter air. Now listen row you gen- generally you know what i'm saying. I mean you're tired. You an opinion from me but you you you you you're whole you got some shit going on but guys on the roof as wrong on a percent. You're not wrong i do. You know what. I'm saying I don i don't. I don't have sloppy style. I'm saying especially now. You know spending a good guy get y'all saying this so my last fight. I had thought mexico january ninth adjust. I so we go. Last i thought january ninth prior to that was working a couple of days a week for a couple of weeks so this isn't the first time you know what i'm saying. And now so caviar in may so we've kind of the working together for good five months I feel like my style got cleaned up a little bit yet we we work on pressure. Obviously there's no. There's no secret to that. You know what i mean. There's definitely no secret but a smart pressure Off off of movement the saints off the jabs off right hands off of kicking them into knee off of all. Time saying whatever's more takeaway. Well you know what i mean but As long as i'm smart as long as i'm sharp brought to yeah he has his experienced. I'm a pro fights them. I don't know if they mean shit I got more more fights than him out. Been look bro. yeah i'll look muko center. Said his top. Haven't been at the top of that but bryan i got. I got my. I was on my team. Because well i got all as well. You know what i mean. Yeah be we'll be different for a minute. Yeah maybe but i. I'm on prepare for whatever it's it's going to be you're not going to. I just want to know that you're not going to be respectful of him. Like when victor would i knew the victim. Ortiz was not better than floyd mayweather as a boxer but i knew he was going to have any chance. He was going to have to go in there and not respectful. Any wasn't for awhile. That's what i wanted. I want to know you're going to be in there and and you're not going to look like oh this is erickson laura. Who's been in there with canelo. Who's been in there. I wanna know you're gonna be like nah. This is another motherfucker from q. Shit where. I'm gonna punch him in the mouth gonna make you feel like you know what i'm saying and that's the way that i see that you can win the fight. You know what i mean. I've so i've been. I've been got over that like like so. It was funny. I told him. I am so i've known about the fight for a while. And yeah i mean. I just knew what was happening. Cool whatever then then. I announced it when when when pc nasa and they got announced a hit me like yo man this is just a maze of finally after after all this hard work and what is good stuff. I'm i'm finally getting my opportunity for world title. That's that's amazing raw. Swear to god the next day it was a thursday. Losing the gym joe. Hit me like a goddamn like. I still feel aaron. Douglas left hook necessary. I'm fighting fucking heiress slaney. Laura oli shit like whoa shit to be real But it's I got over that. Though i kind i understand who he is. I really don't give a fuck. We is what. I'm saying his accomplishments and all that because admitted there was one hundred years. Ago listen listen to me man. You better make him look old talking about how old he is. You gotta make him look old. Dudes be assigned teams. Don't retire unless you retire. Then you know. I wasn't talking about. I mean his age he thirty he. But you know how them keeping berg. Av nineteen forty five. Yeah for you for me. Yeah so. I was talking about no. I'm talking legit. Though his last legitimate win was like shit. Out who austin trout. Last like big win was pro. I mean i guess like toronto. You can say what you want about is safe. I i say he tough fight man. I'll i think that's a tough fight through your saying that because he knocked out. My man's cork like recently germont. Who got dramatic clark. I'm saying that because you know he lasted with movement he can get knocked out by a little bit all right and he had been hurt to turn but that was back in two thousand seven many many believe he beat trout and gotta draw believe he beat trout. You know okay so so. You're so your your thinking gosh as a better win than be in trouser former world champion. No no no not at all a win. Just that you know Casillas rankle rankle in that division. At one fifty four. You know if you could say that would be a big win. He's in and that was what four years ago Two thousand seventeen years ago on science. Like again i get it and you know we still. Can't loggers done a lot. And i thought he got robbed by canola so answer away. So so so. So you saying like the raymond alvarez in the daddies you. Don't you think you walk kudos due to vote. The answer's yeah at the end of the day. People get a lotta stick for me talking about. I see how a whole how i go to our to mexico and got my two dubs you for me. Mom fucking this. Do for greg vent daddy and an n ramon alvarez from giving man's and got paid. He probably netted damn near three million dollars. I came out of pocket for my shit you saw me. I'm very like us muscle. That's that's where that's true. Yep wanna compare and contrast. Let's let's let's be honest. Let's be honorable. I thought he got. I thought he beat but at the end of the day records record i thought i be borough. I gotta draw yourself saying israeli like. I want to hear all of again. I'm not crazy at the ma'am speaking for what it is man. They they they try to make him out to be really more than He's on a decline absolutely resume. Very very tough. I heard before the heard. Obviously he was in there with get shea. And that was twelve rounds. Heard was a tough. Tough twelve rounds. Costano was another tough. Tough twelve rounds. Then you know the alvarez and vendettas which vendetta took him jimgeraghty took him. The distance took them twelve. So your point your point about him being on the decline is there but it's all boils down. Can you capitalize on that. Can you make them look old that night. At the end of the week i i could talk grizzly as much as want the end of the day man. We still got a fight. I was thinking experienced when fights expert variance as plays a major role. Yom science plays a major role. But it don't win fights just like kind of like the same me saying is matters like size. like size matters skills bills At the end of the day we rumble. We gotta fight fight as a fight through a fight. A lot of how you nice slice a fight fight. Fight to win the man. I hope. I hope that it is your campus. Going as good as you say it is and that you know it's your time that's why we're we're we're picking you because it's like you are getting him on a decline. You are younger and you know. It's your rocky moments a win where everybody thinks you're gonna lose. I mean my child is definitely telling me that michael carpenter is saying on his podcast that this is an easy fight for laura so this is your show. We still need those guys but listen this is. You're andy ruis moment right you. You need to prove that no one thought and i know i ain't picking them i was men offer is. I was surprised i was surprised. That's just our shock. I was shot. My lavrov action. Is there actually have friends. Over and record i was shocked like i had no clue. No clue none. Your was it was that was at this. Show that momentum water bottle nine now that was that was that was. That was a press conference. That was security. He was mad. I was asking the questions man. We get that while the fight. Yeah i remember that. Yeah bro man. This mike carpenter guys like dan. Dan rafael guys like that man. I they glazed they could all eat my ass talk. That's a little weird but listen they wouldn't get in the rain and that's all that matters. Listen i do wanna thank you for coming on coach. Oh man this is your moment i. I'm i'm hoping to them words. I know you said that you don't take fights just to take five that you really trying to get this win. You're trying to make a name for yourself off this so i hope that you guys get this win. I know francis you go with the world. Famous was You know what you know what i might as. Well let's do it world famous quick. Come all the way in jamaica questions cooked up all the way in jamaica over there man. You're not high. Go ready to thomas. I wanna ask you real quick when right now when you do condition it work and you work in the gym. What's happened music. You're listening to reggae tone. Believe it or not reggae tone hip hop reggae tone hip hop rap hip hop and stuff. That's temporary and is that. Is that what the type of song you listened to so so. You're listening to that on when man this thing got bad daddy yankee guy down okay. I got smashed. You know the names of the man because my fiance's porta rican. So you know there she put you into it. And what is your pre just before you walk out of the locker room. What is saying you like to listen to before you ring. What is there a particular song or are you. Just go no music. I pray that's all and say mantis. Just be great. I'll listen to music. I i i know i know the ring i know. Obviously the ring-bolts on that i got I do okay. So it's it's weird the week of the fight week of the fight. I won't listen to my ring. Walk song that's like a weird thing for me. Listen to my renton walks on animal coming up too because i want to be like oh shit when i hear it when i'm walking out i want to be like a lie. It's time to go so that's a good thing that i do too cool cool and i'm real quick. I wanted to ask you. What is your prefight meal. Like after wayne pre-fire steak pasta stuff like that. I have steak and pasta. Those are the two main things depends on now with this. Obviously with this this weird bubble environment They're gonna have really. But i'm gonna do the best that clip to make. Sure i get them steak and pasta. And what is your posts fight. Guilty pleasure like aga- against the. Have it when i get out the ring pussy a tyler Refrain from sex because some trainers say they they want that for they find because it keeps loose. Do y'all it's crazy. Well yeah. I heard i heard that too by i. It come down to the mental shit. You know what i'm saying. Come down to like mental light. I'll you refrain from that but food sikora sr accords. Course like the meal like like the restaurant. Sikora was like botchy ship. Okay would love nothing to soda. Hope coca cola coughing to cut that out your moco oaken like like two and a half months old shit while less to have it soon as dover need man. That's everything that you need man. Hopefully he taken you lightly. Man you gotta take advantage of this opportunity on our saying. I hope i think i would hope. Obviously i hope i would hope he is because who wouldn't walk the event. Listen lars professional. We all know that. That's that's. Let's put the jokes aside. Age maoz on the tank flatten ties. And i'm saying all that shit. He's a professional. He is who he is. We all know that. But this is a world beater for sure and my final question. I gotta ask you if you were a superhero. What would be your super hero power. It's my favorite my superhero power meaning like physically or like something that i could just have at any given moment like nike sordo. Ovalles gotta be for my one of these is one of these superheroes. Like superman will remains like rejuvenation tower. Like a superhero power. Would you buy low low low. We got a big problem. You don't watch superhero movies name. I never got surprises. More power just like more power i can. I can just like tap you and you out so like so. You watch the full hour version of justice league on. Hbo axe that israel father. Forgive him and he doesn't know what he's saying man what you mean. Oh okay. I wonder woman team up. Fucking flashes. Non fucking would you but some has made thank you for coming appreciate you coats. Oh keep thing may hope. Hope thomas give your give your social media real quick and if any and also if you still got the wait i don't know i haven't seen you got moore trade. He loved he launched. We got the line right now. I'm with millions. Yes yes that's right. that's what it is. Yep so yeah mask. My instagram official conflict box of my media. My on my facebook name thomas lameta on my fan page time conflict and also promotion company rises drop. Promotions yes sir coach. Oh give out your social media man. Esa grandma archie h. r. e. underscore creams. Am seven seven seven and a straps box. S the ty. Boxing club That's my story. As real put snapped. I said let me get which you now hold on hold. I said funny story that. I just realized not too long ago right like i knew. Amanda rose i used to train every now and again in those in elizabeth. But i would hate that jim. I will only go. Because alex right. 'cause he's local and you know he all codes don coach. I'm like and know scarfing no heavyweights. They can't beat it so that i would see hut in working now and always tell me you need to kinda patterson or when we moved to handle that you need to come hand over with terrific and see like nine. I work gas straps city. I'm like strapped city. I never knew what the hell she was talking about. And now i realize you are that coach. So long story is why why are you. She's not a pro worthy because she definitely got that. Look this sell quickly. She she put. That's crazy She had took some time off. You know what. I'm saying like going through a personal trainer now. She turned into yeah now but she still an jumbo she still under jim. She actually waiting for me to get back. She still in the gym She always she always did the Personal training thing like she's real into you know health and in in taking care of her body and you know she just me and her had a long you know what i'm saying like she liked an a daughter university so You know she. She discussing what she wanted to do. And you know. I told i was behind a hundred percent. She back in gem you know. God bless his soul on You can hear me now. Yeah yeah the passenger don givens again. God bless on you know she. She got a whole new new New wave about it. You know what i'm saying is when we get back you know what i'm saying. We definitely want in. And you know sky's the limit with that girl. She's very talented very talented. But she will be back in a rank the show. You're going to do amateurs. Are you going to turn a proto probably get get a few more More amateur looks for her. You know what i'm saying and then You know that's that's a discussion afterwards. Amanda still a baby she's still young castilian how she like. Twenty three twenty four something like that. She's in that range. And i'm saying wait will be. What if she was a proud thirty five somebody. He'll sleek a had again this where he said well. He's a bag something all these questions. And i'm i'm totally happily married and relocated. I'm not in that state. no more champ. I'm in a good state of sunshine. Lord man. I'm i'm let's let me tell you what i'm trying to do. I'm trying to give coach. Oh to the next level because if she happens to be one thirty five maybe even forty. By the time she turned pro. She could still get. If i were mccullough man she got the look she will sell man. We just we just see. What every bridges did. She can't fucking nowhere man. She came out of nowhere and in twelve months. Guys up a title shot. So i know man to will have the world behind if Promoted properly you know themselves and you know michaela mayor like i love michaela. You know what i'm saying but You know you already know how come ness anybody. Ads rain man. We we ain't coming to you saying she would be one thirty one forty because you ain't never confirmed that that would be thirty five or forty definitely duty. Michaela bad apply alicia bumgarner bomber image issue about. If i don't know. But i mean bumgarner knees like i would like her to get at least so fight hasn't been enacted and coming back from injury for sure. Not she coming back from injury some yes some sort of lag sort of soda leg surgery or something. Yeah that's i was just talking about that for a decent fight. A scene leashes couple of times. That's a that's a good. I mean You know. Lisa hasn't gotten the groom in dat mccain has gotten mckellar begin at top top top level sparring match. She's she she's in some really good camps right or rather they bring people to the kansas. She'd be because she because of who she she. Chairman caveman came k. Al davis no his day. Amy damn he likes joe he got such a big stable out of nowhere right like sukur he got is crazy. I mean you know nephew from jersey so you probably have to this. We all kinda at one point like when the kids when chicago was younger. My all them. We all basically travelled together during the cents. You know we. We all came up individually from own cities but we all at one point You know with. Vito altogether like deep like it was like a east coast super team. Might we will just go everywhere. All nationals lock them together which is beat everybody right. You know what i'm saying. So you know i. It's just like the family spread out but everybody can do anything. You know what i'm saying but a lot of people don't know that like like like rajon Call veto together. You know what i'm saying. John boese The list on and on man like all came up together. You know what i'm saying so is just you know right now. The boxing community is just getting to see what's been building. You know through the years. You know what i mean. So it's a case my guy. Yeah man he gets his time. Like i said man. Congratulations to him. He's got a good crop of fighters to wow man. I mean not big baby. Oh man speaking of big baby is going along to manage the old talk about your heavyweight man. You gotta heavyweight wednesay fight in a had his pro debut on philly Beautiful table will be looking at may twenty second pulled me up and just extend that sort of world when they see you in person they noted they seen you here for you kill you. You know to give yourself a little bit of screen main up a little bit from the camera so go because you want you want them to be able to like. Oh i need autograph mine. That was your heavyweight. So what's his name. His name is derek starling their stalin so he's from philly branch but he's originally from philly strawberry mansion by way of long branch new jersey. Yea he he he five times six time. Bowling gloves champion. Vincent i d d series. He going to be serious. So no management yet. No no no no. So we're gonna build it up then we're going to go to the table You know i got. I got up. I got a game plan. Would you know what i'm saying. You know some straight out the gate. It's on the table some fighters it just like with him is just we want. We want to build it up and then You know once he starts. Once they see wreckage we'll go to the table family leverage. So when are you expecting him. Back in the rain was made on may twenty or visit a thomas car No it's not. We we lock in with flake at this is gonna be either in atlanta or think south carolina okay. So what's his height and weight. Yo he's like. What is instagram soccer screen. Share while we talking. Because i you know. I was his. His instagram was low-life so l. o. Underscore l. i. f. e. underscore d i believe That's all you gotta change that. I'mma i'm six five. Yes so these probably like six four your about the same height bro you about. He's big. he's like big dude no he big he like this and he's he's like He was for his debut. He was like two forty but You know i. I i i i want him to look the part even more. So so you know on that like Was that like a heavy to four or like it was like a lean like like. What's his friends. It wasn't it wasn't lean enough for my liking. You know what i'm saying. Like i don't like no no i like rip have. Where do you imagine like what do you imagine the weight. Then what do you think would be good. Obviously you can't know for sure but To thirty thirty okay. So he's not that far off call now not a it wasn't it wasn't it wasn't too crazy to to but it it just it could have been a lot better in You know me and the guy who does his s and see work and all that like we locked on a game claim in All ready you go to his pay just see. He already like slimming down in in in in ripping up. So you know Once i get not handling business with With you know is right to cantwell him coach. So you don't believe in genetic bike. I mean you think everybody could get cut because we'd be having discussions like some people just genetically never going to have a six pack is natural natural. Because i i know is seen a six pack since i was seventeen. So i'm just wondering what's going. Listen at the end of the day right. You know if you look through the taylor tape. It's been a lot of fighters who weren't You know they didn't have that that fit. Look you understand what i'm saying. Tyson fury in my opinion is the best heavyweight on planet earth. Right now you know what i'm saying. Tyson be in great shape is he. ripped my anthony. Josh will or you know event over the day now. he's not not at all. You know what. I'm saying You look at a i. I always use this guy just was smaller ways A liquor lena nichelino loach if you yeah. He smoked cigarettes he. He didn't have no beautiful physique. But that's one of the greatest defensive fighters ever. You know what i'm saying so now everybody don't get the six pack. Everybody doesn't get the you know the beautiful cut up body and all that you know. I mean But for those that. Can you know i i feel i still is worth. It definitely is worth it. You know what i'm saying. So right now you plan adviser and matchmaker go at to him for him yeah. So how'd you connect man. What made you invest your comments at his young man. Well he was he was he was doing his thing on the jersey and You know he the gym. He was at close. And you know. I mean i. It's it's a it's certain names that circulate throughout north jersey as far as trainers and you know he seemed me. I've seen him and He looked me up in a shit when he come. I have for a few hours for for a few years. Now i've been working with for two thousand twenty one. I'll say around. Twenty twenty eight t but like i had like four years now like four years because he won he won like two or three golden gloves with me so long. You gotta tell Changes name on instagram. 'cause we have for sure we've been song his nagata get. What's his name again. Is his name was derek starling. Derek stalin gotta get that changing on me. Yeah he got that. Change more people find derek starling what you mean but coachman yes so i look forward to seeing what's next with him because obviously heavyweight division is if you could move them you know you got you got yourself side. I can't let you go without action. What's next to learn about the sacred loco for elliott. What's next where your son man. I got the chad is accent acts. What's what's going on with your son So now we looking at probably like horse actually was gonna fight february eighth but he had a hand injury he hurt his pinkie in his in his rest. He actually broke his pinky spar. So arm right now. He's just going to rehab. And all that. I mean it's a young so it's it's it comes with the territory so once he's done with rehab Probably looking at into summer in the summer maybe early fall because you not wanna make sure that hand has all the way right. You know what. I'm saying In you know right now we We just at the table with different promoters yunan meaning. I'm after his debut. We had a lot of phone calls a lot of looks. So no. it's it's it's it's up so he's not with top brain. He just bought on a top rank car. Now now it's running we free agent but you are split to. You're no longer split. See now where wizards were were which y'all so you still was split. See and you ain't go with him. Nah manson me and tim spoke. Conversation actually spoke to said fine. Judo within. tim wasn't tim. The one that was out there. Like in the shows and everything that was the story of the sun gave us when we interviewed him. Now that that was it. That was definitely but i mean so we oh wait wait. I got a job within a tamen coats. This like television. I got juice it up for them. So did you get like a jerry. Maguire moment where he was like yo. I'm leaving who's leaving with me now. you'll ness the reason why can't really going down. This me is is Is is legality with it. You know what i'm saying. Not on our part with tim far. I literally just broke the tim yesterday. he was just calling the check in. I mean to see what direction things were going in So you know. Tim actually you know. We spoke very brief. But i do know for a fact that now that he's not no longer would say i don't believe he's actually gonna be doing the manager thing more. I think tim is going to be going into promotion. He touched on it a little bit and get deep so y'all money managers always turn promoters man. Well i always say listen. I'm telling you. I i was told by signing on put his name upset episodes ago by say who it is no more. Who's now a promoter. Used to be a manager. He said when you're talking about when you manage them they could leave you when you promote them. They can't go nowhere nowhere right. That burglary is man verbs contracts. They keep you forever man but Coach thank you. Thank you for coming on. Thank you for making a little spicy at an with the c. See my listeners. Don't even know about that. That new house. What is it. Tim van newhouse gossip. But when i started this show two hours three hours ago actually. I said you're. Boxing is like a soap opera. And that's another little soap opera. Little little management teams split my man by the do his own jerry. Maguire funny that you say because he he kinda insinuated that he was going to do management but promotion. I get it. I get it. You're about to lock in now. Thank you thank you again. All right brother. Take it easy to you. And thomas wish outta best. Okay thank you bye. Did mario jump off. Your mario just be like before. Guess what the g. blasio mario about forty internet. Mitch isn't it. Y'all did i drop off fuck fucking internet. he's been dealing with. At all his life but your granddaughter. That's another one beautiful show. I hope you guys enjoyed it. I know i did that. Little juicy gossip bring up to see. So what's going on. Split t management who is owned by david waters. We've interviewed him on the show. I told ya many years ago that he was like the new al hayman. And if you just go look up. Split t and david mcquarters. You'll see all the many many fighters that he has. I guess biggest name right now might be a female. But hey he's halfway to unification i mean halfway to undisputed one parts foreparts away you undisputed out. No and then he's got like sunny console all these dudes all these dudes and casado elliot and You know tim was like his man. And and and you know you you know he was doing a lot of that groundwork finding alana the talent like kazaa elliott and he left he did his jerry. Maguire left you know sports agent. I'm gone. I'm doing my own thing. And now he just broke the news the he might be doing promotions which most managers in my opinion mose. Mario's right not most but the smart ones the ones with the financial backing they turn promoted. Because you know you keep you keep francis and a contract francis. You will work for me. But if i get you a title shot then you've got to work for me for more years. But then if i get you a unification shot you gotta be with me for even more years so yemen nez. Gto experiments with a catch on the next one. Listen you ain't got it don't cost you a dollar to hit that thumbs up to share the show. Let's know about this great interview. That just happened to great interviews but if you appreciate us do us a favor sharing show putting this show in the eyes of other people letting them know that they call that number that goes on top of the screen and voice their opinion. Yeah so we ask. You want to go a step. Further join patriot. Will you get to all our guests a question except for these type of guests. That were spontaneous. You know. usually we schedule them. There's a post on patriotic. An actor question. I'll read it which your name francis are dumi or whoever but yeah boorda was Watertown wisconsin going down huge huge card. What we got ten twelve thirteen. How many fights already talked fights. We gotta do we. We actually do show. Actually we got a press conference today at three rivers that off the schedule still there. 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Ep 375 - Pr-fodanga e Ps-fodanga, Cagalheta de Co e Pandemia, Roubo de Galinhas, Vacina e Atrasos

Túnel de vento

16:19 min | 4 months ago

Ep 375 - Pr-fodanga e Ps-fodanga, Cagalheta de Co e Pandemia, Roubo de Galinhas, Vacina e Atrasos

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Thanksgiving Service

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

1:33:24 hr | 6 months ago

Thanksgiving Service

"What show ever born gone overcome make the world and this is the victory that will come world even our faith which comes by hearing and hearing the word right divided here with paul tori and conviction by revenue seattle. Many some of them makarios change at during this annoying tech teaching you will telling you strengthen you and equip you for a royal life in the be transformed as listen a is twenty of the of december twenty twenty was by your messy consumed. Grit has been die fit. Fullness even when we were not fit food to you you have been fitful to us throughout the bring has disfie- and we wanted to save. Thank you thank you. Thank you lord. We said thank you. I will allow depend on you. We said thank you who didn't allow the ever want to kill us. Thank you everyone can't kill you. Were to rescue us. Thank you thank you. We are here to say thank you. Thank you for your goodness and mess. It washes with thank you. Lord jesus name holy spirit. Speak to us soon as i hear to thank you. Open our eyes that we can see our ears that we can hear an opiate our hearts that we can receive believed and become what you want us to be holy spirit you what the teacher i am only a vessel you have chosen to use therefore the people know hear my voice for have no message it is what your your message what float through my lips and let your holy spirit speak through me that people experience your touch even the here you're will let a sick be healed let there be strengthened let the see let the sinful become since transform us load. It'd be nice. We hear your word for india. Way is your healing power in your word is your divi provision in. Your word is the wisdom of god and in your word is your power. Want manifested manifest your power and destroyed their works of seton in our miss today. We bless you lord. Jesus name and everybody can see a man. Please be seated. Clap your hands club. The club club side. That you walk dunkin. god. I want to see everybody. Topper new house was club and the president has plop plop to the load a man. Now we are we are. We are if we thanking god. There are few signs that we must monday. I is true we must see everybody. Should we do science otherwise. You're happy hallelujah. Here if we are supposed to show appreciation of fans given what a few things shoot number one is that you must come to if he's only donkey to somebody else to go to the press. True if you don't come to you too so come to. You are not dunkin. Gordon because if you have to go to a person to say thank somebody to you you go there and say thank you. Earnings marris when people will help. You didn't do go to say thank you to them. Go faster number two. I celebrate the platform at what the plateau everybody problem. You must be number two years old. Yes you have to be happy if before you enter it. If truly you want to say thank you you come to you to me. My house and god doesn't want you give me your front of his. It's not a sign that your content because even when you entered the gates there might be a sign of thanksgiving. Your hats isn't a number. Three's yes wear white is a sign that you are happy you are. You are celebrating. Something isn't a true. Have this is where we're in block before a so. Those were white writes are not showing. You know what they did election. You saw the people who want as appeared on tv. The first upcoming what you saw that they were wearing white. Oh isn't that true. No we see we we. We need to take spirituality and serious. We don't expertise years even politicians. If i am. I have to wear white. If i'd been successful have to wear white. You are very pink. You know pink but that's a sign that you are had to load a man look at the last person about you. Why are you wearing white. You think we are coming for food not this people this what other people at this. Yeah people are this people. I know this yet. People due to here sunday then you chose to wear black so we have on our way. I should care to your head that i should you get your head that does give me service. We are choosing to wear black. Gosh you have messed up. On all this year pupils you need to obey the leadership destructions. Simple if you know nobody instruct you think this is a casey for thousand giving a man this is my you wear white that five day you ask my wife who doesn't make sure and that's what sort yes. It's on the added to your radio prison. Data's given offering. If you don't have a thanksgiving offering in your hands down you didn't come down go before and if you make sure your envelope is you had reported every put put if come to thank you and you come if your muff alot appreciate what god has done for you. Hallelujah the participation. What is your thanksgiving envelope. i suppose what. Show me your thanksgiving autrey envelope envelope. Because this thanksgiving service what are you do have more deliver do are more gold at does not offer you know mouth for us. You are used to come into give you five cities authencity today is not offering to say thank you need that it might go two or three times the normal money you'll be giving phillies. Do you wanna say yes because you look at your weather. White is important to you. Then that's sort. Get yourself ready. Ready to to worship anywhere you're will do their wash. Observes judas ought praise now. Matter is old to dance and have not done now yet. You are not to have you. Seen one is also those who want they were on. The street is a sign that they've decided that in there will come up. Say you are prison without dancing. Dancing is not the place for diplomacy on immediately. May the minister of foreign affairs from us. No no no yes at church and downs with all his strength is not enough temperamental. Hallelujah so how many have not done yet is befit fit just yet low probe will does before we leave you say man. That's what is art. Shout people that is assigned that you are presenting. What happened to you. You can't come to touch with us out to football here applicable. I'm sorry. I find some of the wonders. Nobody will tell you to keep quiet even in your room alone you sell. It is true. We have i look at the buzzer to buy the but y y you south of prisoners to you. What what's out to alton sautin. So does this. Don such as roma's autism. Lua the man. You assured that you are happy by north spot of a sign that your heart is it. That is coming from your to. That is is an anti his gate with thanksgiving in your hearts. And then it's not from your hotter. You are forced to do something shoot. That's come out of your hats. Does nobody who's telling as a salsa you just joined it mama mama tuesday us come there you what do follows in the porta. Potty without dancing does uh sympa. Pablo marty bobby about sue you president to you of at the age of seventy six ers certain y'all by q. Do and you not do. They is giving testimony. I'm surprised that you didn't as testimony time today today. Tons giving of the days and fred do testimony tile. Look i look. I won't disappoint. Give testimony what i was thinking. I don't think it's my tummy. Hurt but up me because our desimone out today that does give to go without desimone. But god forgive you off just sitting up committed. That's how have a testimony look at all disappointed and you decided not to allow us to test one faucet me to bridge one. I'm not due to reach out of didn't either watch out to you. Do you know why related violated now one over blocks. You're trying to block your shoes block. So how can it be related. Testimonies assigned give it in your heart in your heart. Do we are talking about your face when the tennis new huts you seat. When mary was told of a child it was in had what got rebecca's elizabeth is was. I've had from an angel. This whole each year from all mesh complicit was a testimony in that that is what. The woman was ritual lady pastor in obama's others ritually buster on your life or lebron especially passively. What's to the lily pasta once you saw. Hey and it's not. That story is that. Is that what you heard. And they said there should be a performance of w performance says your spiritual enough to see what this young girl has experienced short at that thing that receive. Gordon rick. Powerful you and you. Won't you see practically north hallelujah. Now most of his yes epidemic didn't happen one dance that you have to wonder is present to prison on that stuff we have to cup saudia that people come to oppose the city. Acetone that woman it be part of it. That should be a do call it an electric car movement affecting everybody to go to a place where the dancing was a part of them. You can deduct this is a sign that in your heart you are with us. A man finished my message. Grab your house it a lot. I send a pretty the head of time so that we know that is truly what it does give to enter his sons in your hearts and his court. Chris what it does to some hundred some hundred brigade quickly. Those who one we mentioned it. I had to bring in liquor joyful noise onto the lord. All you lands that all the people in the land. Okay then as quickly said the love of gladness and come before his prison with what we've all thought okay the nez burs looking for note that a lot is good it is he that does not says and a posture rest four enter into his gates with fans giving and into his court with praise baton full onto him and bless his name a man so today is a tons service. We are not talk too much but just to do the seven things that no matter what you are for yourself that you have number two is what brenda points. Be happy happy as coming to you to be happy and mary hats. We entered christmas week. We call it. Merry christmas as a mass of christ that we come with happiness may may not marry you. Mary happiness so christmas is a must. Mass is governor of people together to celebrate something so yeah colleagues people's for us covering to finish super good and this one is christ mass so mice that is for the purpose of christ christmas the new christmas. That's what i have to come to church. So the holiest explained what is is not a man who's i'm speaking out of his parish amass that we celebrating kreis. That is what at christmas. Without christ sonner that immediate as it was with the wsb strategic changes seasons kitties as losses. Batiste a christmas. We remember christ's our load the whole world don't believe we they know that there's something that is you cannot go forward as you said. I didn't undeniable. Christ christmas the meaning of christmas as i didn't know that does it mean of christmas and especially medically sent swazis rated so merry christmas come with joy and happiness and less. Celebrate our very this week throughout this. Marry nice in your spirit telling about. Suv mariners in your spirit live african of concern in this world and be happy because we have ended the week of celebrating our christ. Hallelujah man so please this about this week is a week of celebration celebrating. Christ's and it's a merry christmas. Not a what do angry christmas y you miss somebody you look at his place. It's america's mass smile and shout. Plunk let marrying us in our hearts. Say man man. How many are going to be married in this. Christmas is not drinking mchugh mareo oh is a merry christmas. Not the troubled chris. No we can't celebrate with troubles a man who set aside everything and just be happy for too sick of christ's amen. So my points are here. Be church tank and his dan's in your put your your hat must have thousand giving one you'll have doesn't have. It's a sign that you don't appreciate what the president in moscow from you'll hats. It meant so. Let me give you seven apart from the seven. I'm going to give ourselves reasons why we must have to go. Okay quickly after twenty five minutes. And i'm done number one song you down so much for me. I cannot Little is okay. Sing it and everyone does want to finish their service hallelujah. Because we are here to celebrate. Show god that we appreciate it. Tons of us can express my gratitude for done for me. Ooh was not not enough to seat. Thank you phil. Yama sitting desolate market does give you some bring it. Does everybody remember some say for you. Okay everybody's bringing especially as song of thanksgiving that we will sing and dance with you song. We would ask that change. Chris is a sign that we are celebrating. God our jesus christ. Today we are starting the christmas from today. merry christmas merry christmas hallelujah. Reasonable one quickly. We are crossing. Please everybody radha. Saddam dump comfort singing and praises. We'll do it well. Let me finish my message in fifteen minutes there and you can enter into dancing praises to show god that we appreciate today as it towns a man. Are you number one reason why we didn't because god has given many benefits to us many benefits. How what a lot of benefits many benefits. Someone one six. Some wants six quickly. Someone wants is verse. Twelve to fourteen quickly bringing down trees masic finishing in twenty minutes if you delay you ticket far from me some one six twelve twelve. So what's i ran onto law for all his benefits was me hallelujah. What shall i render deadbeat. That sat down and start counting. These are relevant in january. A lot of people i do. People lost their jobs much. Covert came in the system by the thumb. Covid to come. W we stay at home for about four months. Five months we were at home. You know our cupping. The mondays in my house is on the mccarty. Mkaku so our comma stunning the and you sit this n wall road which is very busy and the better. that dead. Another night is moving. at kanda. work. Come to a point like this please. When of lying hotels will cruise businesses were crews for five months. We were hiding you. Hoes like rats because of hallelulah so what has to through all these yet. In december to the twenty four december one two three four five. Six eight nine eleven. This and the yo n you should sit down. Kathleen am and ask yourself. What can i render onto the lord for all his benefits me. Think aboard you. Ask yourself how what has done for you during the tour of this year to me. Because you generalize you can appreciate the the the the wealth of what has come to you. Then why do gonna sit down and think about yourself. He won't be deputies to me. i don't think about it was chatto to us but no no to me. Think yourself. What's i render onto the lord for his benefits to me buffets to think about it. What celerion i. So i think about is what's that. What can i ran the dinner. Some but why. Yeah mumia griffith because they can appreciate what people have done to them. Why are you start thinking what somebody are people that go into a life the change your destiny so those people to come and say thank you. Don't come in the two right. Put a macro in your name this. What do you think of how much you invested in that person. And then a how people don't think they don't think they don't know. What has this person done for me for me. So i said what can you mr my. What can you think about it. What can i rent to vote for. All his benefits was me as watch. I would take the cup of salvation and the name of the launch an esa everyday scriptures number. I will pay my vows onto the lot now in the presence of all his people out my boss what i think of the benefit received from court and does it pans giving surfaced tongues given and you just didn't come to vow to quote from the beginning you report. Does god as you do after nine. I don't be some of you doing your your your money received you or of them. I've been paid and nothing as far as going to bad. It's not bad because you are not dead you. Oh god been vow to get caught. If this today they have to bring it in his presence the presence of all his people these the prices of the people will vow seventeen. He said our offer seventeen to the to the sacrifice of fans giving and now call upon the name of the when i think of his benefits what can i. I can't do much for good. How much can york thousand cds or five hundred is due to good. How much what can you do. But that's to appreciate his house keeping you look into one. Not thinking macron young amelia. I am mono to minka meza day rider. An baby a this you. no idea. Midi mini mini about me. And you was on. Nobody see lucrative komo so corean. He's ego karen tobin metro about this. I know see we sing songs. But we apply it in our lives some shinya. Why if i look at what you might benefit received from you. My math nosy is in my mouth cannot thank you. Hallelujah i go. Are you willing to appreciate what benefit god has given to you. That's the gordon. So many benefits that god gives us some on route three lanes where the benefit that we have but the benefiting someone who three the benefits of good is that delivers from death. Someone expressed three unforced the soros of death compounds. Some that go by our houses. Some three and four he says does soros of death on past me that mr l. Watch what's you what's your what's your about you your life reason to talk you to death. Composites me screen up. I remember those those one. It was one of the. Mp's on the minister one. I had that this person was library is dead and i had. This is always dead and assisted in the room. I was shaking. Uc death was composite ironic because opio no doubt no. There is no other last year by the double. Want to kill you. But god in heaven sat angels to preserve you and i started out. Give his overview. So god has given the todd over you and today we sat task yacht. What this out to come to retard because after daffy duck you even among alleluia the soros of debt compassion me and the pace of gut. Hold up oh me. That was were almost out of the world. I find troubles and sort of how many troubles versus best for what down. I call upon the name of the lord at the city. Deliver my so. And i five their lot. Chris was and to me. And gordon smith who then as six the lord preserved a simple and i was brought lou and he helped me okay. What's best for he says. Anesthetist better best number eight for has delivered my soul my soul from death. How many consider delivered your soul from death from death. My eyes from sites. So will you do this year so you can. You saw this. So bundu cassava. Yeah of course you who are all. i'll resist. Oh keep you. And i miss that you cross over. To december december has come dot. Ridi- sutton cloud venue awesome the and going so there are many benefiting receive from one number two number two. Why are you have to give. Thanks to god because god delivered from the okay. That's how you had to give them diva s from death death. That's why i read as god delivers from death. One of the fearful thing. This year is death or the spirit of america. Even people leaving america freight because so far over. Three hundred thousand people have died. I'm rick on on on on the by reason of corporate corporate quietly wildlife. I'm life we have referred to see. Thank you to court. Being young christmas december told people have died in the country. Hit any significant people the highlife so we have to thank god for that even now it is obedience goes commandment tonky amen said obedient to god's commandments. Thank you. We do it willingly. Liberty cost to verse number twenty nine liberty cost to the two hundred and one of you will sacrifice of giving under the law of it at your own bewailing. The we should have forced you to tango. Nobody's you oh thank you got. You should willingly. That's a must come from your hats. God said the anybody you want. Thank him do it from your hat. Do with lily. If he's not willing it means that it's ten is not from your hat. And if it's not hot got doesn't accept the that doesn't come from your heart hallelujah. Everybody must know that the thank you know something. Some people gazette donkey by economic data is better the deviant because they really didn't have presented there are some people. Think tank you. You'll bless them. They won't do you expect them to even call. Oh so you consider. 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You appreciate what i've done for you when when one of you will offer a sacrifice thank you onto the lot of it at you own wheel. It's must come from yourself own it. My out of own wheel will that is. Why as the twenty five. This number wanted to the gospel act as adults. Twenty five and lost. Brooklyn moses saying speak onto the children of israel that bring me an offering of every month that it willie you take of that. My offering premium offering off every month that given it will with his hat usa tech my offering. If he's not a come from his telepathic. Please take your me. The ordinary doesn't need anything from you. He doesn't want to know whether you appreciate what he has done for. You go two months woolen to him in. Come out of your hands. Telitha as you are here we go does upon bec- mccoy who ran for so because walker through we'll pa activism so kenya mirror. I am doctor and put me. That's good is looking for hallelujah. Number four you get reason why we give give giving is to to acknowledge god as mecca acknowledge that got us your mecca neo our. Yes you would you do that. You're very personal. Gordon homemade you you have to you. The has fun. You gotta give it to you their wife. You have to give it to you there whack. You are doing to get him to work. Can lake god with our benefits sometimes old. That could be well you know ministries are recommended me. My said to me. Let me minister we and our mommies says i mean go to my little is to that person modern board but remember that god is one who made. How did you build a relationship lapis as because board made up to give birth to you and be up as you get back to your or you're note that person and that's why you had the opportunity orchestrations of god. Why bonobo by bombo this about who this person. Are you understand what i'm saying. This mine doesn't go to not spiritual you call by this ritual thing. That's whom abe's low joseph. You're truly wanted. But how did he get to meet the who might be imprisoned. Why is it is not another prisoner. Who kim but a prisoner. Who wasn't the case. The are the records court so dot com fulfill his destiny in your life hallelujah. Someone read restaurant mega. Not serve the lord with all your heart not that restaurant not a lot is it is here that has met as and not do we use it is he. That has met. If you're i is nice that is why the guy saw us at our. You feel it because art design your first. Be as nice as that. I saw what called jewish street. What got back to check. Mark your calendar bright ask you what do mccain is look nice it is got mad so so you're is you got be blessed at good husband. Remember that maybe the president murray do because of your iso and the is unity put. It is god when was for me you he put that night is is it makes you look so beautiful so when the guy soy's man is the one i want this for one. Did there was a pasta. Who was responded to where the what you call. It was my just so you wanted to see. How did you find. This hour's passing by some place was hanging vase on the on the dry lines. And then one not look down. I saw a very beautiful failed. Lakes can you imagine the password apostol. Our gory are saw a beautiful lex. It added links. So this account i want to be my house so epi costs off your less somewhere else. Totally who much to us making it is good is that look brought to a blessing of wife and so you need to recognize. Who do you our intelligence. I come to your class with. Everyone doesn't send us the only want us on because bought at a certain element. Make your mind up. He is our for it is he. That has made a is it. It is he that has made us and not we ourselves stellar. You didn't make yourself and you cannot make yourself. It is god who mix and that is why we can't thank you. Thank you thank you. Thank you bid and not we ourselves you are going to investing because we have a period where to sponsor that are more on people that you wouldn't go to invest how to do it with highway two because what gave you a certain parents. That's why you have a good place. A ten thousand people that more intelligent than you but maybe but the family they were born into so if you can do what you have that are not giving addenda young farmer and so that has been given to you. Why are you boosting as if it is you who made yourself from to always organizer whoever you are whereby said i like this about you what you have to see that glory pea to court. Don't take the credit for yourself going to god. Diana's made me look business glory. Be to god. Who am i. Black me stunned. Yeah and preach to you. It's only the lot of has made me. And that's why i cannot forget my goat and say thank you know one of my prayers is that i have consigned my tons the load till the day. My pray that every bit of my hats. As long as i'm alive chewers sound in the es of god at thousand tons of tons giving him. So as long as i live my daily prayer dilip rare tomorrow. The number of this my number of bits of manhattan more has already been consigned to the every bit. Gosh who inhabit in this year that somebody's donkey him over. There is not what the half or what but the fact that my heart beats my life and as long as this life in me cows to mind cote ou kept this continuously. Hot stop beaten end of commit your life to go. Thank god in not voss before things happening to you. Love that because of what he has. Today i said lot at as long as i live every bit of at from monitoring this i don't know how many beat of the aca but consign are sign a covenant of god. The nfl my heartbeat. One bit on his. You hear a thousand times of towns to his superior prayer not moves me life. Because i know that the one that i'm thinking i recognize who made me what out tank. How can forget and i'm from for forget to vote. I can't forget. God you concern it again me. I don't mind as long as this hottest beauty and his tuncay code this one. I look for appreciation not anymore. I live to know. please mind from today. Millio hot please got won't go look at your hats. He's usually had like this. Let him because he's not complain and memory. Is memory good because you are not appreciative of the things tom for you. And if and if somebody of the personal fence you whole for the sick of distant to me is because somebody done so much for you so much for me. So should he be that. What is some chew. Stop me four. Separate me from the laugh of course lesson. Five hundred beatings. Because what are you like it or not. It's not everything that people are preceded so you have to learn how to go for your life. you are life. That's what matter what people say about you. Don go after town had always be done kengo. Good over on good difficulties of good data just under load. All these our worked for your kuch. Hallelujah club your house. Lot of account for me that your heart must show what got opium analyst. Thank you thank you. Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you. I don't know what what if he's got pizza tangle with google you. That's what god won't go to this. How many buried another sort of grabbing w by your heart is beaten by eating. You are still alive and you can't. The load from today may be hat of thanksgiving so man. Then that's what we are cruising to appreciate heavies so that i was remembered a goddess mecca. Not yourself not by the credit for anything that you have gordon who gave me this. You always doubtful. Then that's what i precept hafez contribution to your success you don because having contributed to our success the dead pet who run the everything doing come to nothing at jefferson now missile. The motor is that want to miss tisch devices. Now do yes. Now guy you kumasi empty chairman. The other television season to mountain hit the what to see people. Don't do you tell people appreciate. Was that now missile as you to meet. Tv station you. You can't go into now. Missile won't say is actually one. Google many people cannot present the contribution of what. You are our successes. Hallelujah someone seven seven. Is it a single onto the lord without giving and press him with half onto the law best with clouds and pass rain for the earth and who mc the last group shoot. Does this we're near at the office. And his prosperity depends upon the red. If the red eye come on what you offer you can prepare talk. Putin soi osaka korea. Will you if you fill. But no one is gone now or my career. I so when you have multiplies your food has increase you out to remember. The god has no rarin on that. Business was god anymore. But adver to opioid graph. You talk said. I'm to punish the people who are going to stop the Do you not like he thought the strongest lebanon. I'm going to command. 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Use the tickets he took our tantamount is from you and you see my and your enemies who come in monday. You your enemies. Coming thick builds the enemies. I'll mix and there was coming and everything zinin if you got one. What's user coming around me for my eyes. Don't know what it means to have at one was gonna watching over your us. The report shows twenty four hours. Now what's that money to her capture and you say we'll do problem now. Maybe you didn't use different. I will say so but we're just check the over by your tons. Giving the eyes of god will continue remember boss. Contribution is what mchugh prosperous when god remove is hans ladies and gentlemen. I'm worse but my tie. This up with a lot of the twentieth was twelve determine. Don't you data loss up onto the good treasure. The heavens to give rain onto die lance in a season and to bless all the works of the hanse command have been purported rid of your business sir that you can cut them more and be a linda and borough from today. May your thanksgiving across prosperous. Big god ardmore to your life determined taliban were to and this come to pass. If you saw how can do that the commandment of the could give you to love and to to to let the lord i go and to serve him with all your heart and dan. I'll give you the rain of your land. Induces the first and second rain lottery and dust that gut gut. That'd be a cut into got the in gut in assist on what will be in dot com di wai and hallelujah and our sent gus on the field for cattle if it were not dressed before they can grow and become fats and bring you the muck and bring the beats if the rain is topped. Should be nothing towns. 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Yes you can't come to touch tells that you are not most what dan sent an unknown. I lift up your hands. Guess close to go home off. Aw de say. Rose rose laura this and us and every closed. Maybe somebody that church and you're not a christian and you feel like today want to john the christians this'll come onto me that labor and heavy laden. I will give you rest. Wake up to us to receive lessons and not troubles that all your troubles. You're he's able to take you so that you can celebrate his benefits. His hand will be in entity you do. You keep those tiger you. He will protect to preserve your life from death. Read that you are smoking now kill take you off of it that drinking that god would take them man that will follow following. God who serve you give you a good husband so god is looking for your best so call it a come on to me and i'll give you every bus pass. I want to come to. Jesus receive what he has ever had every close today you die. What do you go to heaven or go to. Hell fight to save you. Don't you go to have to sell britain but you also joined a scelerisque. Not only here but she forever. Every ike lucerne is a pastor. I want to give my laughter cuts about is lift up the right time. I'll prove you wanted to give a crap. What about you lift up your right. I want to pre rush on jesus and because he okay. If you hottest please come come forward with you. Cup looks let us spray. And if you have been criticized by box lighted say from your hats as we say lord. Jesus lord jesus changes i come to you. This did this day. Twentieth of december. Twenty twenty twenty. i surrender my life to serve. I know without you without you. I can do nothing. I can do it is you made me issue. Haven't been myself. And i cannot make the rest of my life by my sieve. Make the rest of my life on. It is only in your hands your house that i have love and sixty day i come to you. Please receive me and forgive me. Give you all my saints. I've ever since with your blood wash me and put upon me an new government off righteousness so our full you our love you our save you all the days of to enjoy all your that you give to your children. Please write my name now. Strikes my name in the book of life and recognize me lower income. From this moment for this i am born again. I'm a child of god and the blessings of children of god essence of children. Our receive my posters. Thank you for receiving today. Says sittin hear me a here to been pettiest. The blood of jesus. And so i'm roy moore your an hour no more follow you and i'll know more serve you. Trump today filed a new person. Ask you go that. I want to save. So don't disturb. have nothing to do with trump. today today. the seal of the holy spirit's who's who is a former head and appointees see our triumph over all my trials temptations hours that goes against overcome all. I am a child of god. Thank you for sediment prayer jesus system while club your hustle draw. 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Virginie Levasseur  La passion pour le dveloppement international

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Virginie Levasseur La passion pour le dveloppement international

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Castillo de San Vicente de Argeso. Cantabria. Castillos y Palacios de Espaa

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06:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Castillo de San Vicente de Argeso. Cantabria. Castillos y Palacios de Espaa

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Los Viajes de Nautilus 0408  Viajar en familia

Podcast RadioViajera

32:56 min | 1 year ago

Los Viajes de Nautilus 0408 Viajar en familia

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12 PM MARKET MINUTE

Yahoo Finance Market Minute

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

12 PM MARKET MINUTE

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RafaOutSystems Podcast  #09 -Miguel Vilhena

Rafa Outsystems – Podcast

1:37:58 hr | 4 months ago

RafaOutSystems Podcast #09 -Miguel Vilhena

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S2E14: Youre So Bad

The Side Quest Inn Podcast

1:58:42 hr | 1 year ago

S2E14: Youre So Bad

"Able track fun. Wait's the press tons me gone. Let's go point casinos her shirt tail L. A.. Hey everyone welcome back to the show. Today's episode of the little longer than you may be used to but we just couldn't decide what to cut so we hope you enjoy a longer. Stay at the in the listener wrote in early this week asking if we'd ever thought of doing a short segment where we go over the character's level ups new abilities or even just walking through the leveling up process us were super interested in. What your thoughts around this? And if it's something you'd be interested let us non social media at the side question or send an email to the side Christina Komo Dot Com and let us know you think we hope you enjoy the upset today just as much as we enjoyed recording it previously on the site question. The group arrived at the Tanger- Jubilee just as the jubilee events for winding down who signed up for the joust and elevate an acquaintance the gossiping noblewoman named Ding Crab with whom she signed up Raymundo for some chariot races albeit without his knowledge Hey guys welcome back to the side question. I'm toby pack your innkeeper and Dungeon Master. And I'm Jay Dee. I'll be playing Peter Tonight and I saw the remainder. I'm FELICIA and I will be playing lady Emma von Ladenburg Anakin I will be l. e. with stumbled duck jeff if Thompson here playing Tim Horan as always are you share Mac. Show have you. Has She got too many any persona changes. Yeah unsure of who she was just analyzing how everyone said their name and like removed only says first name and then move on Lydenburg is the full name and then it was your broke and I was like different every time. Yeah you're well. I'm not sure what player you're playing because you're always like just for tonight. I'm Peter Peter. I didn't say just for tonight for tonight tonight tonight. Wake up baby up GonNa make it right. No you're you're all at the party you've just arrived signed up for some events kind of going around the nighttime festivities the vet really starts the next day. But you've been kind of walking around Ellie you were hanging out with dame crab she was just you had T. I think she took a cup of tea or hot chocolate. Or something yeah She took me to sign up for the chariot race. That's right and then we were best friends and got T. and gave gossip. You told her about I'm Karen Tischler and how she's you'd pre started a remote. What was the rumor that you said? It's not a room Ellie. Did yeah the same thing they did but Karen today. She's hooking up with the hassling. No it was real. It's exactly what what she did where she's lusting after a half lane. But she has a fiance also lusting lasting after Orlando. Yeah well there's a new count for Lindow all L.. Show up at this event. What is his name? Fucker Vino horrible. Name Dirty. He's count my name is Fuck Divine Orlando. So you're you're all kind of convening everyone's going going into this grand ballroom here Dong sounding and everyone's like being ushered into this huge ballroom. Thank you just like that. They couldn't help fanfare. Oh I didn't know going into the ballroom or there As you get in everyone's kind of just hanging out talking their servants handing out drinks different kind of foods and stuff in a speaker stands up and end says greetings everyone welcome to the festivities. We will begin with all tradition of assigning gesture to each. Have you each house will get one. Please be prepared in. He starts calling off names and you see like there's intersections are like oh they're for them and gestures walking over and flip in and just do ingestion gesture things all of a sudden they they call Bet Neha state date. Lets US guys that's us. That's this is what are we supposed to. I stepped forward and like raise your hand like everyone else that you see this purple suited jester back spring over to you and like get in front. Say Hello we'll met names so list Kravis. Oh be your guide and tour and anything that you need while you're here at the festival can is motive this person. Yeah take a genuinely nice twelve plus. I believe it's too. They seem nice. Is it a is it a lady. Yes what's her name. Yes Eliza Kravis. Hi Alicia Nice to meet you. Hello I too am an entertainer. You don't look entertaining inning. That's right she's funny stuff up on the spot. What is she wearing a purple? Like by bells els just Jester's outfit harmful yep it's got like over embellishments Jingles Numa Berg. Tim Hates it. I don't really care for this person. But they can be whoever they want to be a van mightn't bug well. First Order of business is to show you a to your rooms. Oh excellent thank you kindly this way please and she like cartwheels and what brings you all to via state crickets. I don't take take part into the festivities. A we have been gifted castle you. We're supposed to take care of the baroness something when new in the neighborhood and wanted to meet people. Oh Oh you're new. Well you've found the right person. Yes I am the right person just for you. She's adorable and you WanNa do the festivities. I will show you the best festivities yes I will. Oh my gosh give her a gold or something. She's great a gold. Oh no I can't accept any payment always that because I'm being paid by the palace I'm here to serve you safaris in two days. I'm GonNa be by your side. We'll all the things that you'll he to service in what you're gonNA show us so whatever you need information drinks union or something is you need something information jokes entertaining. We can and do it all. We definitely need jokes. Joke on crabs foot rubs. ooh Oh what did the one wall say a to the other wall. I don't know what did they say. Something about ninety degrees. We had talking walls. We had a fight him. I'm not really sure they don't kill me said stay. There must be a joke from down here. No borough already either some twenty to me. It's funny because walls can't move Roy. Talk either well. These walls can if walls could talk. They would say a lot but go nowhere because they would get the Dan. That's funny you're going to be staying in the palace apartments right. This way dingo follower. Do you have anything you want me me to carry my stuff. Yeah all of our stuff was unloaded from the carriage and brought to our rooms already. So I I think we're finding perhaps your weapons they're big and you need rest. I'm good I prefer. Keep them on mop person actually. Oh of course of course yes. Yes us this way tumbles through the hallways. These are your rooms. How does she get dizzy? How old is this person? Look under twenty twenty. Are they wearing makeup. Oh Yeah Okay Yes yes where where are you sleeping you're supposed to tell us in a bed these ao rooms. There's two of them right great. I'll have this one and everyone else can have the other one. Oh you are the lady indeed the visa part of your state. Yes yes they are. They're my friends. I just share a heavy pregnant look with Raymundo like oh no. This is the expectation but I see well let me let me show you in. She opens the doors. Thank please after you put your stuff their beds. Do you need a new thing before you retire for the night. Oh I can get you. A drink have won every it's funny. Oh yes great. Boomer von Lydenburg Roger Starts Start A. He's a Hoodoo priest priest. I don't know much about the religions but drink for you. Forget about mine drink. Oh sorry I can't believe this drink for you thank you. Would you like a blessing. No thank you nothing for nothing for you. I'm alright perhaps slater. What's your name names? Tim Horton Tim. Horton nothing for you. Two drinks beer back and she skips away. We need to get information from her about the people here. She says she had information. We pump before she threat to take your weapon to yeah. I'm aware of that. That's why I kept it. I do do not like that. Me Either are not Zuma the only one with visible weapons really though. That's taller than me. He he has no one else really has weapons to wash walk through doorways with that Lance hit by weapons like retractable. It's retractable yeah. I do this to close it staff on the ground the weight down. I meant to tell you signed you up for something this what did you say it's a race I I did not compete. They run it. Oh that's okay. You don't actually have to run your niche areas. There have been in a chariot before he he goes. You're probably a natural true excellent. Thank you ahead of those a dog race or something no. I think the dog's just drag the chariot chariot right. Now is a dog race dog race. Now I I mean I think the chariots are like dogs are involved dragged by dogs dogs. You don't have to touch dogs. What have you done to wait? What's this about Peter? Dog terrier races. This is sounding very very suspicious. Peter looks up from his pairs. Just shakes his head and goes back to his. Never heard of such a crazy thing. Am I supposed to be indy chariot. With no there's no dog in the Cherry at the dogs are just out front. It's fun it's great and also it was really expensive to sign you up so if you win there's a huge pot of money are just some money. Oh you definitely get money but only if you win maybe I can make some money off of it. Yeah you hear Oh drinks here yes yes this drink for you. Thank you and drink for you. L. Thank you so much we were just talking about these cheerier races. Do you know anything about him. Oh yes the half-life chariot race tell us more is your hassling compete. I am right here. They can talk to him. Mundi Mundi Very Mundi Mundi. This is good at wrong. Oh Yes yes very Mundi you will be participating she she has told me. Oh it's just a grand event see the grand event everyone watches. It has the half links race around the ballroom and try to be the ballroom the ballroom yes is not only course well they set up of course in the ballroom it is wonderful very wonderful. How what do you need to do to win? You get first across the finish line. What does the finish? Line his enabler Laura. It's Dr Street and turn right sometimes. It's left yes. Oh Ten left ten left always around left left around and you dodge other half Ling's other any obstacles jumps sounds pretty straightforward. It is there a lot of combat. Can I know going to be able to stop people know but there are yes. It is most wonderful. Most magnificent house sounds great backsliding everywhere who were lost you the color bags the winner of less. Yeah tell us oh I don't know the names Mr Oh can be seen. Yes yes I hear this year. There's a big competitor competitor. Because this is like a sport yes I think it's Amos athletes are going to be professional. Racers I have never done this before. They don't think I'm going to win. You're going to be great because you were very expensive to pay. If you one time with will you be sleeping in her room. Then maybe if I am lucky. Oh Yes yes very lucky. I will help you a little bit appropriate. Do you want to hear anything on the same person. Come back with the drinks which was a different person like they just his his staff. I will move your things. I do not have very much well. I hope to see you do well well in chariot race. I just I'm going to bed. I go that's happened. What is already in the bed? Her she takes her drink lance between us. And I'm GonNa Sleep on the other side I was GonNa say you ought. Okay do your beds. Yeah see I stabbed the Lance into the headboard so that we can't cross and I'm sleeping in the same hotel. Yeah AH so. There's like a couch I could sleep on. There's there's a scout in her bed a couple so finding sleep on my couch. You're sleeping in her room but eminem okay couch really close to the bed and then sleep on it and you three asleep. Okay ask Elissa Jiji over into that room in like like sets up the couch. Oh yes here's the couch. This very comfy. Well you're going to go now. Sleep tight and she goes in stance against the wall and just stands sir. John asked to leave. No I can't leave. I must protect act and make sure things are good. I command you to stand outside of my room please. I have actively locked the doors to this room. If if I don't stand here then who will protect your things while you sleep. I am here for you and protect things do you sleep yes but if you need something how will I know we can just open the door and say hey. We'll need nothing till the morning. Yeah it'll be fine. Just get a bill all the things I need in the dark I can find. Yeah why don't you. Why don't you leave us? A one of your little jingle bells will ring it if there's any problems okay just let me know I will go check on your friends okay. That door is locked doors. Yeah that's creepy as hell I Yeah you through here and knock on your door right. What would you need coming in? And you hear a key enter laid off. They don't just making accommodations are good. I'm holding a blanket. Of course we're just fine. Okay okay well sleep tight and she stands against the wall. He's only going to be doing. I will watch you while you sleep. Excuse me come again. Did you not sleep. Oh No I have a wake tincture. Maybe we could share and we could lot POW out. Oh Tonight Oh no you need your sleep your in the joust while this is true. I'd rather be awake if you're going to be in the room with us. I don't think I'm very comfortable with just watching me. Sleep to be quite honest with. It's not something we do. Oh I promise I'm not GONNA do anything. The sense motive or afraid. Sean is watching over us to nineteen seems honest. Can you not just wait out in the foyer. Is there a particular reason that you wait inside the room so I can get you what you need really fast. Is this what happens. Most most of the time happens all the time. How many let's say last time? Did they accept us in that you do it well. Oh this is my first time. Are you locking the job. So far I love the job. Yes how did you get into this line of work. Well you don't get into this line of work you're born in it. My mother was a gesture and my father before me. Holy I'm sixteen. Do you want to be doing this work. Oh yes very much. What will happen to your parents? Are they also still gesturing. Oh No the dead. I'm very sorry I didn't mean to bring up a touchy subject. It's okay can I get you anything now. Should be good just to if you want to wait outside so we can get some sleep. That'd be great. Oh yes okay I will wait outside please Holler if you need. Anything won't hesitate. We'll we go to people that are very good at hollering. Okay she goes outside me and Tim O.. L. E. and window row the perception checks at a minus. Ten Sleep. Ten will be alive. Plus Plus Eight K.. Eight perfect Morning arrives you everyone wakes wakes up. You're probably up before everybody else Peter's praying are you to sleeping in Yeah Okay when you wake cup and kind of make noise in the room you to hear bells in your room bills. Yeah like magic bells as you hear your your door open and then close and then in its year room. Oh Good morning yes I heard you awake. Can I get you anything I leave. Believe over you going. I just walk. I don't know Scott do my morning exercises. Oh do I can show you the best places. Yes yes I can Eddie. Thanks lady wake up Okay Lady. She says you have to get up. Oh my God hi Oh Shit Oh right. Good Morning. Good morning you slept so well how do you know that. How do you know that because you didn't make noise? I've been told I make noise all night last last night. Also your friend in the other room wiggles his toes in his sleep. This is so creepy. I'm glad I walked away. You were in their room. Oh yes I did my checks what checks to make sure that everything was OK is different than just standing in the room all night. No it's pretty close. How long do you stay in there for checks till I change rooms and how long along his that couple hours? He stayed in our room as well. Who would want to do this for a living? This is out of control. Yes of course after you fell asleep I came in and up but okay everything was good. Well I personally thank you so much for watching out for me. Yes of course the festivities are about to begin you. You must get ready. I will go wake your friends. Could you get me breakfast yes. Of course I'll be right back you to Raymundo Don Alley here. Hello Good Morning. Good morning now. It's time to wake up news. I'm going to stay here for another minute. The festivities are beginning. You must go participate and join Ol- I don't think so. I need breakfast. I I can get breakfast. Go Gimme breakfast and leave breakfast. Yes yes your other friend is gone but the big one. Tim Imports in your Gandhi. He's got this. He goes outside. Free Day well our. We'll get breakfast and return and she. She sprints away his get up. She didn't even know what I wanted. She just knew she. By the way you dreamed increasing. I sleep talk my breakfast order all the time she returns with different drinks coffees. Juice is eggs. I guess we're going to me. I guess so. y'All eat some breakfast. Hell Yeah Yeah Ilias. Hey Hey removal. I'm really really sorry. Assigned you for that. That chariot thing will be fine. No hello. I'm really sorry there was this lady who looked like a cupcake and she was really pressuring me to do it and I knew I wouldn't fit in unless I signed you up for this race so so I know that you stop rolling your eyes I can see you this is. I'm sorry. Look all I'm trying to say is that I owe you one. I if you do the rate for for chariot shattering alcoholism early. If you do this chariot race for me I owe you one. I think you'll be more than one but fine fine fine. Do you eat your breakfast and head downstairs. I check and see if there's like hair or spit in it anywhere. I know it's immaculate. And she pulled that out for you. Perfect you're eating hair. Oh yes I fixed that. I pulled every hair out. This is a traditional dish that has hit in it supposed to be at least five years in early for US gross. Okay my God God As you head downstairs Tim. You're already outside looking for Iraq. I'm guessing okay. There's tons of people in in the outside courtyard everyone's kind of getting ready for the events of the day civil erecting tents and different things like that. You all see everyone down there as well. You have three social round. That's too similar to the last gala. you can do something each show on whether you want to do the rock holding or find someone to talk to his. NBC's you want to tried to influence her kind of figure out what's going on. You have three social rounds so just to recap. We're supposed to be here to try to find out what we can about the baron an overthrow him and so we probably need to find people who are with him or against him seduce him got it kill him in the night got right yes and we have these two days to learn about this. Give two days to learn about everyone kind of figure out what their stuff is like What they like dislike who the players are like you mentioned and then once you get to your estate then you have time to branch out? Send letters to people start going through weeks yet. I think Peter just to play some light music. Okay for for people. Oh you you play the Cowbell I do. Oh yes that's the easiest instrument I'm told unless you've mastered it and then it becomes becomes amazing. I don't understand let me show you. I'll start playing. Okay yes your friend is. He's outside holding a rock. Did you challenge him. Oh I want you to challenge him. Yeah you have to challenge. I want you to challenge. You know this is what but I would like from you Jewish. I can't challenge but I can get you something. And she like cartwheels around you. Can you get me a very small old truck stop cartwheeling the joust is gonNA be starting soon. Does that also mean the whatever it's called trunk. Oh Trunk Oh Oh yes Troncoso wonderful the ladies can be playing trunk. Oh she's a trunk. Oh champion she probably would really throw. Jerry here's my friend. She probably would really like it if you were there to cheer her own. I've got plenty of fans in jousting. I'm sure someone they will actually know me but she does not have anyone to support. Oh No my lady I will be there to announce you in the house and then you gotta get right over to trunk. Oh Jess we have a big event today in the joust we have one of the leafs here really. They came in this morning and signed up. You're holding your rock right. I walked straight over to him. Oh Lady Lady where you're going. I just give me a rock come on brock. I need a rock. She grabs a rock and hands it to you. Thank Hugh I come up to you and I say a lot of challenges you to holding these rocks while talking. Hey rocks sounds sounds good. So she puts her rock up starts holding it. Did you know that one of the leaf signed up for the joust. Oh no idea really which one I'm not a I forgot to ask the risk no list. Danny's she's back with these shit. Damn it could hold this. I'll ask her when we see her again. Okay Morocco longest. I know you will case. So that's that's your first social round. What are you doing with your first SOC around playing? He's playing music. It's not so you can do that and try again. Get information but there's not like rooms to bike advance or things like that right. I have a new thing where it's influences people when I play music. Okay who are you trying to influence. WHO's around me? People are coming and going You see dame crab walking out with her daughter. said daughter Oh sad daughter. Ask questions about our gesture person. Yes since the other gestures are the same. I'll nonsense I think it's just her first day of work. Are you think she's explained. I'm going to find everything I can. You See Lord Titus Walkout and he's got to latkes like following him and he's like even like intimidating people McCain a move out of his way you see this female walking with him in this also to kind of pushing people as well. We'll talk to him can use I know. Jd is still were on his turn out. Can you kind of set the scene are we inside. I kinda picture being outside outside the grounds on the grounds. It's like a courtyard tents. Put Up for the events that are going to be happening. Foods all over over the place some of the card's going but then as is Philadelphia so so nobody's really so music not the the answer not yet probably because people are going to the jousting into the bunker. Too busy trunk. Oh Junko. Perhaps I'll just walk around and find the most important looking people in offer Bussing Romeo perception check fourteen. You you see dame crab and her daughter and you also see this. I'll show you a picture of her. WHO's kind of like like like ordering people around? She's got a drink in her hand. She looks like the made from Brady Gun. Article the Bishop from hunchback of Notre dive that to throat. Yeah Okay while the latter then and Dame Cropper's okay with the dancing fire my my eighty yes. Would you like a blessing from showing this fine morning. Do I look like I need a blessing housing from a priest. We all need blessings. I'm trying to down my drink. Perhaps in peace yes my lady. I like like just whistle behind a nonconsensual. Shell in blessing like this. He's snatching you. That's awesome now. I guess I'll just go to ben to the other lady. She's wearing a medallion. That looks like the. What's it called called the cross from World War One? What's it called? Oh No it's something you're right. Yeah so this lady looks real mean story across. Yeah and she's wearing like a a top that has like a turtleneck button thing thing and then there's like looking thing you recognize that symbol. Anyone who can see her. That's the symbol of the Taliban failings. She's a soldier. Yeah Dana no wonder. She's scar on her nose. Also to the failings Speier's ears so maybe I'll go talk to her. Well she kind of blew me off right. Yeah but you could try the diplomacy beautiful medallion. You have. It's not beautiful practical. Are you in the failings thin. So what is your mailing. And am I in the failed links. Yes ma'am Ma'am. What is your name? Peter Peter. I was the commander of the failings in my prime. Very impressive stuck Harold. We'll get you know a priest. I'm not pandering. I don't want anything from you and yet you're still here. Schoenbach humanity will you. Oh you got one to get the last word in. What are you doing shit? I Dunno I'm dressed like a child child's outfit and the Cape and all my weapons on my body F- everyone's going to just ride. Can I serving serving. Yeah can I just walk around and see who has the most valuables on them. Yes that's what I'm I WANNA do. I know what I'M GONNA do next round. Actually you would know it's definitely deemed crab she's always decked out but no one else has the same not the same quality as hers okay. She's dangling use the wealthiest one. Yeah Yeah I WANNA see. Where's where's Elissa? She's just waiting. I want to hide from her. Okay and is see if I can follow her around. She's she staying with law of you. Okay Yeah I still want to hide from her role style twenty K.. What are you doing alley So we have the option to go to any individual will or I guess what are our options to like. Get the room you can do perception. You can't go there the room. Yeah just learning all the players. Are you gathering from like you can hear rumors from people. If you WanNa just Kinda hear what people are talking about I wanna see. This guy is okay I think I'd spend around doing perception trying to listen to what he's saying or about him and the next round all approaching role the perception K.. Or see if I can listen for his weakness or something Creek Cranky Vicky creaky wrist. I got nineteen nineteen. You don't hear they're kind of pushing people around and like he's talking about how he doesn't know about the Bethany airs. There's that have come into town and does anyone seen them type of thing. Oh I make kind of enquiring about that nears hill. Who invited you here my God? Oh my God girls. Did you see her invitation. How my God? What's she doing here? Privacy would even show her face around here like for real. I wonder where Hassling is under skirts. Oh my God She's now than likely with someone new. I'm not turning around. Oh you're probably right. I think I saw her looking at Lloyd. Titus Tennis Shoe L. Broncos we stick around for the show you. She's not doing a great job at ignoring us about whatever. Ah Ha shaking so allows you to call you a big. Let's go find a seven to take out the trash. Think I'm really actually a menial really uh-huh and then you see out of the crash icy the three girls walking and do we mighty do. I hear find me. This is gene. You don't don't hear it okay. See Him anyway. He's too good is okay. Then my focus will just go right back to K next round so so you're a member. These are like thirty minutes each round looking like Oh my rock. I'm done. I don't even know what I should have just given it up in the beginning will be too tired for jousting. Oh Shit show you some stretches come spaghetti arms now though some great script some great stretches you can do before we the lanes it is. I mean I definitely need some help and you've been the best person. Help me this whole time. You've been here so I can't say no along until we have to get ready for that game anyway. Oh Oh yes yes I'm here. How long till the joust? Oh the joust is in one our oh fuck all right. Which one of the leafs is in the Justin Competition Linda? I don't know I was just told. The leaf was is here. I gotta go check this out if you have to just one of the leafs. That's going to be stiff competition. Do you need help putting your on. We have we can loan you know. I know I've got I've already got for. Oh very good friend. Who helps me? Do you already have a crier then Well no no I don't do differently announce at the Games for sure. I'm just load here to help with the equipment announced the Games I was GonNa put you on as a crier. Yes yes I can do that. What what's your job other than putting armor on? What do you mean what do you cry does? Let's put some on. ACCRAI is a person who goes around yet anything to let everyone know something. Whatever else Cryer oh drama to get him to cry for you. Yes cry for you banana man but I don I want yes. Will you cry for his humor. The he gave me a banana and she takes it from a Mideast set a heard someone selling cabbages hops. He could find. I will find you a cab Cher. Why is there such a long line at the cabbage cabbage cartilage weird cabbage pickled cabbages? nope just cab just zero two people eating at like an APP. Best cabbages I've ever had. Did you get one on. WanNa stick out there so delicious covered and caramel you gotta camel cabbages camel. Cabbage cabbage on a stick. I've gotta try one of those. This gets cabbage on a stick ABACI. It's all the wage on the cabbage. Die That's how I got this figure on so girls. It's the cabin. Tim's knocking yes. I can cry but please don't really cry I will. I will say the news you you want right if you just make it sound like I n the best. That's the most important thing about cry you. I need to get the crowd amped up so that. I'm like the idol in whole joust. Oh yes of course. Let me try the idol lady. Eighty Huma von Lightning bug is her best is more like and up next. We have ladies. ooh No I can't do that are you. Ready to rumble. Is that the Gavin Man. He's a natural. And then you look over and some child on a sled crashes through the the just my cabins not know. My couch is my coverages. Komo GonNa do for you. Yes worry could you be my cry for the joust announced me. Make me sound amazing to all these these people are you. I am lady you. Are you any good. I am the best in Opara the least according to the rankings. I will cry for you. Perfect Neck Xhosa rounds. What are you doing now? The Karma cabbage is a ruined. They're all dirty. Gavin should fight caramel corn. They're all stuck together. I WanNa talk to wants to you. Give his blessings of show lady dame crab yes. What are you doing to still hiding? Well I kinda wanted to see. I wanted to see what the other lady was cheaper. She really just followed them around. Yeah so okay. I don't want her to find me though. So Oh what else. Who else is out here? I don't expect I can walk up to a noble and talk to them at all. I don't think he would but but yeah I was. This GONNA try that. If if there's no one else like of accumulated saying of my social standing that I can talk to you. Don't see any half flings concerns around. I guess there some going around but there's also some servants that are helping out you see one lady who looks it's on the edge really described it on the edge of fitting in with mobile society but not accepted by. She's in like commerce clothing but it's like upscale communist honors clothing and she's Kinda just standing around. I'm I'm definitely gonNA approach her okay but we can you can do. Yeah yeah whatever what are you going to be doing I I WANNA get information about the ousters but I also want to try to talk to that. One Lady that Peter talked to that was a total bitch to him okay. They are La- gate. Adela VAUGHN Venom Venom. Yes absolutely because you also see Z.. Heading towards the jousting ring Nicholas Okara he was at the the patient gala you also see the son of Count Orlando the new count Orlandi. Yeah he's loon to the younger. He's trying to buy a cabbage cabbage. You also see Barbie low. The'd doing some mm stuff. He's like getting ready to go to his like stand in the house and we don't like him. That's you're trying to overthrow Gotcha. Doing he's no he's just getting his he's doing what he's just getting his seat in the stands he has like the prime seat like the king seat really it. Could I like easily. We walk by him or no. No Okay Yeah so so you WanNa go to her grace Bareness la- get Adela volume. Okay what are you going to be doing titus. Yeah I'll go borrow be next time. Okay Tim so is there like could people hanging around Barnaby or something like that or is he out here or no. He's heading to his seat for the joust okay. Is there anyone that seems to be. We WanNa see if there's anybody that looks like they're I wanna try to make friends with people who don't like Barbie Yeah Roller perception cheque. CONINE nine just so bad at it. Yeah you don't see anyone out recurrently that that looks like they don't like him but you do see the same person. Standing around that Raymond's alike the nice commoner close. Okay I just go talk to that person mask close. Okay Peter. You're going to crab yes. She you see her actively actually talking to two of the girls to these two girls like there's this girl here from the Paul She's the worst and then tell me all about her a good morning ladies. Oh how are you this morning. This lovely morning looks you up and down yes. I'm Peter. Later on Temple of Challen. A priest Shallan. Would you care for a blessing this morning. You all the breeze the better news state. That is correct. Have you seen your anywhere not this morning. No uh-huh uh-huh. I'm looking for her. I will certainly do that back now would you like that blessing. Blessing you say. ESPN perhaps whereas you could give my daughter a blessing come into this is bruce. Wants to bless you yes moody. Would you like a blessing. Okay okay I I give her blessing. Shallan bless you praised the day and I touch her shoulder. Thank you. You're welcome thank you. What would you like yours? I don't need a blessing. I'm already blessed. Still Look at myself yes my lady have a good day. She took off her shoes window. You're walking up to the commoner girl right. Yeah but I mean I'm not gonna I'M GONNA walk up to her but don't WanNa look like log enough to her. Okay you see Tim walking the same direction. Are you still hiding. You're not anymore. I don't think anymore I'm only hiding from the One lady. If I see that lady coming back I'M GONNA run away from any conversation. All right cool. We're both like be lining right to this poor girl at the same time. I know how to play cool. back-off Gov she's like pretty muscular. It's like she does filled work like she knows how to. Because you picked me up yes I find something else Michael. What's redoing judge? That like she could pick me up. Let's move on so seems like a fine festival. What would it? Wouldn't you say. Howdy it's GonNa? I reckon is a pretty good festival from out of town seeing. What's going on before for some of the festivities that Jesse let's get started? Well what's your name. Their names Tin Horn. And how are you know Tim Horton well. I'm doing pretty good. My Name's is Tribune. The Honorary Tribune Nar. Piskun what are you hear the party for exactly well. I usually come to these events to just kind of get my name out. Maybe we get someone to recognize a little town but I mean between you and me. That Barron doesn't really record anything but himself into that. Ed can see that as just nothing but pride yeah flounces wealth and power everywhere so US little people don't get anything couldn't agree more I'm always looking for the little guy myself neighbor. She sticks her hand out. I'll shake it and she's a firm handshake. Dodged you could always tell so better handshake nick. That's a great yeah. You don't look like a noble there. Tim O. Definitely not. I'm staying over with a look around I see like Elliot or You Ellie walking over towards titus. That's that's the nobility. I'm staying with right there while you be careful there. Tim View from out of town all the nobles. They're just opportunistic thieving sons. A bitches don't tell him I said that. Hey you're safe with me. You know just between you and I hear or looking to take some of these nobles down a notch. I'd say it kind of quieter yet. You know you're a pretty big guy that Tim as am. I'm actually in the triathlon coming out tomorrow. You talking about taking things down you see. I'm looking for someone to take over the duty of sheriff in my little town. Oh now isn't that something. I've been hearing some words about sheriffs and overtax in the folk I live. I Dunno attacks. Anyone that's that's the Sir Goose Samarn. Okay Gotcha yes so you'll say you're looking at me you for being the sheriff. I mean you look like a pretty good guy. I'm definitely so in. That can protect the F.. Would you call them the smaller folk. Why did at ten? They're all right. Sounds good. Let's keep touchy. Yes good for you well. It was nice to meet you tim. You better homes nobles you just let us know anyone else that you might. We know that that's also in these states. Like some of the folks we met over the bigger. Would you let me know the bad guys. Would you say you are over. There sure was fixing to make my way out there. Some of the folk. They seem to be on hard times and we being my companions are out to look out for them. That sounds great as welcome. There's an outhouse in the breeze like Tim like actually last week. Seems like we're GONNA get along Jerus- find you into watch the joust Tim Abs- absolutely do you know anything about the Joseph South anyone that's competing. I know that a bunch of hot toddy nobles on but I'm a huge Jesse Fan has been hurt to get some between family member. The Jesse Massa definitely going to be attending From out of town you got a family member all the way out here. Oh yeah related to the leaf line. I don't know the not directly like a tree. Aw kind of yeah but no. It's spill a little different just from up north. Well let's go watch the house to you. GOT IT Cherif Tim. I like the sound of that. My village is going to be so happy to see you tim. After this festival you'll have to come with me. It absolutely sounds good. Hey you can stay in the jailhouse. Hopefully he's not one of the prisoners ENA elbow. I mean if you do anything wrong she. LSU Uh Any more action than dates every town we go to. It's just the freely guy uh-huh l. e. super friendly it's because toby is all the dates. Jefferson teams just got. That's such a good like free spirit aura about him. I can't help but like him You're getting ready for the JOUST. Yeah we'll talk to that one lady. Oh that's right let's do that first tripled raisin face. Yeah you walk up to her. She's our neighbor to his voice embarrassing. It's so you're big part of land. Okay Baroness yes. I wanted to introduce myself. I'm lady Huma Lautenberg. I've just moved into the The estate next us. I didn't ask for introduction. Laura I understand that I I saw A. You'll what was your fairbanks crossing. I just wanted to applaud you for that. I really look up to the Phoenix. It's part of why I started learning spear. I don't need any of your pandering fest. Fine I just wanted to say introduced be neighborly and you've done so role of diplomacy and like be nice. I'm trying to be like realistically neighborly. Eighteen eighteen plus twenty so twenty. So with the I'll give you this with the diplomacy Through your talking with her. She hates hates flattery and pandering like she does not want to be flattered. She's super cold like okay but you you do get a feeling that. She's really fond of tradition and history of the country and the nation being by soldier. ooh guessing that because she spent time listening to various next EP. Glad we got out of the way plus media. I guess I'll the senior round. Probably really maybe not. We told me to lucky. Couldn't we. You're right I like you having a day. And she's the perfect Ellie you see titus getting. He's like walking towards the joust. He just has his smug face moonlit a mullet. Okay Scoundrel Yeah Okay so before I go to him. Are there any stalls that sell like flowers or anything. Oh Damn right next to me you WANNA buy flowers flowers over here. Well business flowers. I'm selling roses. Baking flour excuse sanders although offered to the flower stand. It has the best flowers apparent bid they cannot just have like a little mini bouquet of flowers. Please hey you a huge best book. Oh I mean this is a little too big to have just anything a little smaller. She clips the stems off. He spall bouquets over here. Oh you're on sorry I two HAMMETT's out copper. I don't know what that is. Here's here's a silver over sure. Yeah the okay. So I'm just going to kind of walk past him and as I do I just wanted to like accidentally drop a few flowers in front of him. Okay and Eh short flowers short hours. Yeah to try to like create a meeting okay you see like walk passing accidentally jumps in ars engineering Walking yes okay. Unless he doesn't answer doesn't say anything no for real then I turned back around. You See. He has stepped on the flowers. Oh well I'll talk to him then. Oh I'm sorry are you. Have you seen any I. I think I dropped some flowers. Yes Oh do you not like flowers. Can we help you. Oh I heard that your name Lord Titus you heard that my name is Lord Titus. Yes that's right you heard good. My Name is Lord Titus O.. When you say your name it sounds cool her? I believe you have the pleasure of speaking to Lord. Low the'd cassava. Let's wait same as titus. I don't think he wants you to call him by his first name. There were where we came right. You're with us. Yeah I want to make sure it. Was that guy you guys saw him. We didn't nine this. This is a different guy is like like younger brother or something cousin cousin address. Okay cousin Oh I'm so sorry the person I was talking to US first name. How silly of me? I'm so sorry. It's a pleasure to look at. Well you do look as handsome as they say so I will leave you be. Diplomacy hate myself nineteen cleese. And that's a nice bullet Sir ape drape that's awesome. I hope he likes pandering. He doesn't doesn't like flowers that Kakabadse I heard your from Bethany Attorney Bethany as he does quotations Yes I am. It's a pleasure to meet. You mean more flowers in that two full me. I know what you're up to. And what she gets she takes a step closer and what is that. I knew that I will get proof and find you out. ooh He like rejang grabs one of the flowers. You dropped another flower myths. You don't like US anyway. She just throws them underground as well. What what you should pick it up? Who is this? You knew my name but you don't know the dame's name I do not. It haven't had the pleasure of meeting her. How silly of you my name is Dame Hebel? Oh well well it's a pleasure to meet. You believe the dame asked you to pick the flower up. Oh well absolutely won't be doing that. WHO's this man on on your left? Who It's my name Laura? Johnson nick brought Cyrus esquire Cyrus Cock over. Oh talk over as squire again. How silly of you to not know it is quite silly? I shouldn't have wasted my time talking to you. I hope you have a great rest of your day. He was well. I hope no accidents befall you. I mean I would do an inside check but it's pretty straightforward their their stuff. Doubt Lum Let's not waste time with the trash. She's death of him again. Look I don't mean do any harm. Maybe we're after the same thing you should not be touching would remove your hand. Hand goes to his sword out of my way she curtseys as you wish you walk off. I don't know why everyone's so mean to me no race because you're prettier and nicer and better than everyone thanks. FELICIA you're welcome. Yeah I'll take it. I said it in Hassling but it was McCain ooh there you are l. e. a.. Missed you look you look ravishing. Today I have to tell you. Tell me and Dan the party. I've already spread the news and gossip but it didn't come from me. No of course does not know. You're so bad telling me where's your half Ling. I want to get Luca Tim. We're close to actually. Can I look around Steve. ICM You do see hiding anymore. It'll be a surprise. I'll reveal it at at the offense. Don't tease me. No no is more exciting this way. The where's yours. No you must tell me. Where is he now? He's getting getting ready. He's getting ready for the event WHO's getting ready. What Katelyn TACO? You can use the. What now and chuck? I'm going with a burgundy this time. I'm sorry what's the chuck for you. You throw a little things up so we're going to be standing around and throwing chalk. What did you think race was? Just silly me sir. We have to throw. Can we opt out of the charge. Everybody's okay why would I opt out out of chuck. God come about to start the trunk. Oh match job. Great New said yesterday. You wanted to participate. Of course I've never played before but I think on the natural. Now tell me what's been going on today. My goodness can I ask. See what do you think of that. Lord Titus Low the'd thing oh Lord Titus his India Dream Voice Wedding Wedding Nassar. So never sweats. Well tell me he just gave them gave me the most scathing look. How do I get in with him? What is what does he like to talk about? I'll get you in This doomed bring him. Flowers can noted. Also I've had my eye on that Barnaby be over there bodily out of your league. You want so bad I know I am I. I can do this regularly. I think we've seen the truth of the world. This is your true personality zipped yeah okay Social lead you over to the trunk match. Great the the joust is about to begin. The you hear Gong sounding. That's what would happen around for you. this is like the best gelsinger yet on the street. Okay so everyone's starting to go into the joss as being announced. What do you want to do the last round before the joust? My regular pre jousts like checklists. trae I check. I make sure I have my lucky potion. Vile and I I just kind of check all my straps and stuff do some breathing and talk to him. I guess maybe if he's still there Eh. Now walking around with I can't remember him with the person. The heavily on Tribune an Honorary Tribune done on. So I find lady giver Blessing before the jesting which are good luck and go find my C. Okay I WANNA see can i. Is it gonNA putting money on the house. No places this is this is no fun what am I supposed to do what does it what does it have to do is there. Are there servants. Who who put money there? You see some servants going around and my friend I hey. Would you like to make some money with me on the money. What do you mean it? Is there no like betting on the on. Who is the winners of the of the just no adjusting? We're just yes no not at all. No Not Ju just watch the the. Just thank you for fun. It's an uncle. If everyone is out here I will. Can I go through their stuff. They leave their stuff somewhere. Yeah I'm just going to do that. Okay in their rooms they don't have. Can I. Just nobody wants to talk. Talk to me. Well I wanNA stay away from that woman. They're all going to ignore me anyway. This is a great plan. I'm actually like how this is fine. Can I just go back to their rooms and it just go room by room. Yes manifest can see where people are staying. Yeah that's what I WANNA do K.. Dams yourself into cry so you yeah you get it always will. If there's nothing illegal to do I will find something you go in the palaces is like the apartment's pretty much empty because everyone's going to watch the house. I'm you find a manifest sitting there but it's like you do you don't understand you can't read it. It's all written down. Thank you for okay. God Damn it defined the concierge. This is not good is there. A person was the chief of the stuff. They're out helping the good high looking everywhere for you. Oh my God. You're low sir. No is she did something no. Does you need something. I just came to see if you needed something. Can I see what's on her her does she have anything. That's what I WANNA do. Actually read this to me. I'm going to do that. I get yeah I'm GonNa make her complicit in my crime is well okay perception thirteen. You don't see anything of value value I need I need something from you. Oh yes of course I have found. I wouldn't even know a manifesto. I wouldn't know what to have read I I will help you and help me to find a seat or the Joseph Tournament. You're going the wrong way. Show me the right way EH. I will show you. I know this thing. Let's go and show like out this door. I'll go a phone. Where are you from from? I am from Europe. Oh yes you talk differently than other half wings. Yes I'm not from here and not this is potter. What's the country? Thank you all for. This is not from Talbot. Oh Oh I've never been to mihrab. You sound like the other half link with other heavily. There was another one who came into town not too long ago. He sounds just like you wonder. If he's from the same place was he wearing red. He you know him whereas now now I don't know I could find him. I think to find him. There was no one but me. Can you do this. Yeah Leagues League's eager to love it so much so great. Yeah I can try to first thing into the just then find red happening. Well he's not read just I know he's not he's not read but he's wearing the red. You'll find the other hassling and tell me what what he is okay. I'm I think it's really cool that you're gonNA do the chariot race way it sounds. How's it sounds terrible? No it's fun yes it really is. I've ever been in in the chariot race. No you're not I'm not a half. Yes this is fun for you. Well I WANNA race Georgia take my place. They want me tried. I'll give you a veto. What if we tell them them that they will not let you know but also you and she does a cartwheel? But I do give you some advice. I would listen where some goggles this way. What am I supposed to get goggles? What are goggles? They're like like if you're a tinkerer. Nothing oh come on. I'll show you the jousting. Can you give me. The goals probably have a laundry list of things for Joe Toner okay then goes and then was fighting heavily. Okay yeah this way go. Yeah she'll take you tabatha person. I was supposed to be talking to fairly fairly so. She's so creepy still is beyond on just giving it her all should actually bring that up. second-day now Does everyone from your from wiggle their toes while they're sleeping. I don't know what you're talking about when you sleep. You Wiggle your toes when I sleep by wiggling my toss. Yes like a lot. Why did you see allies leap? They're wiggling. It was hard not to watch. What are you watching anything? While I was asleep I was making sure you were safe. I appreciate your enthusiasm. That is unacceptable is unacceptable. I won't tell anybody. No you cannot watch she personnel. They sleep this is not. This is not right but that's my job. Not You're not supposed to watch people as they sleep the big guy. He kind of wiggles wiggles when he dreams. I do not need to know any more about what any of them do in their sleep. Okay just do not watch me sleep anymore. Okay okay if Joran the room and I can do that. This is step one. Step two when you're comfortable with this joint on the outside of the room like a normal person Gift People's privacy. Okay so take what are you doing. Oh you're you're getting ready Ellie. I'm going to compass Dame for information about Barnaby actually okay. You'RE GONNA pump. Tim What are you doing getting to get a C.. Just rape pass that that is. Are there any other gesture people I could talk to. Yeah they're all over. I kind of want to talk to one of the less Susan. If you see one that is really not enthusiast into their job. I really don't want to be doing what. What are you? Sorry about your there but I just kinda heads a couple of questions for you if you don't mind. Oh Hey so I WANNA know if there's any way I could talk to about the gesture that's been assigned to my household. Yeah who uh do gestures normally watch everybody as they sleep and stay in their room in normal. Yeah we should really be Cobb watchers. Their ancestors of Gil out so like is like the the point is to a report back to some kind of head gesture something like that. Now just to make sure you're safe. I see the issue is is that some of the people that I'm staying with don't seem to be too happy with our particular gesture as their enthusiasm is quite unsettling if you went home let me sane ain't no with the with the. What state are you from the bet near State? Would you like to request a new gesture. They go that far. I say I just really confused. She scaring the hell out of watching appeared on happy. We we can. WHO's your gesture? I think Dave Mike Eliza are some like that first day. Oh I see. Do you know much about this. Elissa don't but I will get you in new gesture okay. But I don't know if that's necessary but I was just curious. I since. I've never known anything about these. Just your gesture folk here. You seem like a pleasant person and everything like that and all. So I don't mean any offense by that I just Something that me and my companions were news to his olive saying okay just curious to see what is the norm if you do unto exchange her let anyone know that's good to know I appreciate for your time as you turn to walk away. You see a person standing in front of you with like white makeup on and and red lips and they jump back inside and like put their hand over their mouth an an they wave at you and then they put their hands out like they're stuck in a box and they get. They look scared as hell. Tim Meet Samaya. I I just I. I'll stand and watch for a little bit to see what they do. They like also when you see them like start. Mouths are opening closing. They grab their neck. and they're like touching this like invisible wall and they start collapsing to the ground. Are you okay start shaking. Can I just sits motive on them. They're freeing for real or not. They're good good. If exchange can tell they're not really suffocating. Like oh that's pretty good. I'll just clap politely. They hop up and then they pull something out it's invisible and they hand it to you. Okay I'll pantomime taking it from them. They put it up their nose. Like I'm supposed to do or something. Okay I'll play along. They like wave you on to wherever you're going okay. Goodbye now walkway. They start walking next to you like this is a nora with me around me. You're still yes absolutely. Let's up with this fellow over here. It's one of them mind people. I've never see persistent a frivolous person around me. Yeah like pretending to blow a big win. Something like how do you mean exactly. I'm not much performer myself. Well you'll just have to deal with it then all right. I'll just do my best to ignore for the mind that either she was really complicated really does lay they have the door doesn't like literally put his hand down stopped for you would do your head into the joust. Okay you get to the just. You're there what are you doing. Peter do they did the blessing. You're talking to dame same as you walking over I hear there is some contention between Barbie. His sister. I believe do you know anything about that. which existed? I think it starts with an M. Moore Mar Mari. I'm I tell you. I don't know her well but I know of her. I'm going to give you some free advice. Don't speak that name name around here. Oh family drama you see. I'll let you didn't hear me now. Of course not but I knew I knew there was something. So what's what's going on. Well word on the street is she's been ostracized from the family. So so right if I do say what what did she do. She probably dressed like a commoner. Probably please pick your marriage dear. Oh excellent and I will take the pink one. Oh The blue one has a pink pink cupcake grab so sorry. She grabs the pink one hop well. What do we we know about Barnaby? It looks like you like him quite a bit bottle. The don't know he was a fleeing wants. Yeah Time tell me everything was really are now. Let's talk about something more important. I need to find my daughter. Audra husband I could help you with that. You see her sh- the daughter just kind of like slumps or shoulders. What's her name says? Spend your this is spe. Yeah Suspense Obscene Seena. All right is there a type. She's looking for okay. My eye out rich uh-huh well I can help you out on. That will stop. I will make that happen and Mesa count. Oh playing cocaine with us today you did. This was my mallet. Somebody gave me my mallet. You No this is the new count. I don't know if you heard about what on the street. This is a terrible tragedy that is dead. I'm I'm so sorry. Tolerate them be you know each other. Oh I knew your father. I met him at the Party. Yes I know who ooh. This sounds like some gossip due to everyone so mean to me. She saw you know she's Nice. I was just waiting for the. Please do del. I met Count Orlando and he nicely introduced me to everyone. Took me around at the party. He was so charming on. So sorry for your sounds like Daddy yes absolutely with Your Dad's dying. Oh I do hope it's not soon but are you still going to have the both today system had been any sooner and yes I have a great great friend who plays the Cowbell. Oh yes he's already been. I think he's been hired. I'll talk to him don't you worry. Oh It's so fun. I'm so happy that I'm meeting all these new neighbours. Go Poor Man's instrument pretty Nice Cowbell. Honestly you should hire a flattest. I actually he was a really good call. Bill have if you missed my daughter and she goes off. It's like introducing them. Tim You get to the the the stand and you hear Tim. Turner Tim cousins. Oh hurry now Abdoun own great you you all here to see to see my brother joust. Oh not so bad actually knows doing a with my billet sister here down in Ohio and as part of that part of that. I'm up here in ten this Jesse Tournament. I couldn't believe it might look comes up then I just give you like a stiff hug. Big Hug shirt and then like punches you in the arm. I'll give him a good shove. And so what are you doing here. Who exactly as jousting today? Teddy Teddy's here. Oh cousin Teddy. He's one of the more aggressive gestures. I can't believe that he's here. That will let them just up there anymore. What happened to get kicked out of the tournament unfortunately did probably one of his drunken rant as usual absolutely was ousted drunk? I can't I I can't believe what a disgrace. He's supposed to be part of the leaf line. We're here to help get him on the straight and narrow he's going to be out for some stiff competition you know my billet sister Houma boomer von Lindbergh's. She's one hell of adjuster. Have you switched sides. Oh it's not to say I'm ruined four but you know as part of the tournaments down here and tell door well. I've been assigned to that family. I'm actually going to be helping her out. Did you say a woman Jau stor Tim. You wouldn't what to believe it actually much more agile in stronger than you'd you'd expect prepared to be amazed. Well got some some ails. You want to join me absolutely you WANNA come with US Nahra. I reckon I could do that. This is by a new friend here by the way how pleasure to me. Yeah let's set up and have us a male's let's see what's going on with this here game they'll take you up you see like in the stands are full. People are cheering Just super excited. You're removal you're now sitting in the stands. Where do you want to sit anywhere? I want to try to sit by. No no well. Do we all had seats together. No it's just like actually I won't even in sit. I'll just stand okay in. Yeah so her close First round comes up and it is still so family things from drunk people. Well I'm really tempted to do that but I don't WanNa ruin the opportunity to do other things. At the Jesse Tournament Barron Nicholas Okara is up first baronet fee Pavan and you see criers come out and cheer them on. Their next up is Nicholas. Oh Cara Pay attention right now. This is what you've got to do and their horses come out gorgeous. Horses like super decorated. They they go through the Jesse. I'm not going to roll through it. But look at those Syrian hoover. Yep The baron ends up winning by right dismounting the Baronet and then the horse with me like Bronson with us absolutely. I figured I in the in your tent you here I I know Oh that I said I would help you but remained has something for me to do. I said to go watch the trunk. Oh match but if he's going them to do for you that's great you're up you're up next. Thank you. Yeah it looks like you're GonNa be going against Lieutenant Marlena gorgias sounds. That's great. What do we know about her? I don't got time but by right. What do you know about her? She's chase damn good any not moves that she's got yes actually she'll go straight ahead then left she really. I mean that's just not into the rail. Guess aim left so I think we all do that make sense so oh you write out your all ready to go you right out. Tennessee come out on horses. Performance my land up and like in your last name Enlightened Berg next up oh twenty nine go for Labor for the win its first lieutenant. Mine Goethe's writing Taliban intendant Ginette. The tenant is I'll have one too. Okay so how's it going to go. You're GONNA roll a ride check. First I so nature to see who gets higher from that bonus nineteen plus at the time I have to roll ride checks well for the jousts you do okay. Well does the nineteen then. Okay so you got higher. So you're GONNA get a plus two on your actual tackle. So now you see them round the corner and they pick up their lance from their squire and they turn turn. And you're doing the same thing you pick up your lance from. Oh would it be tempted would be normally. I'll take it from. I'll have told the cabbage the guy now do you WanNa be down. There should be Tim. Why did want to be your tens actually down there so you probably told the other guy that you couldn't just this correlation did the mess once I know it's her? I'll go down there. You turn around and grab your lance from Tim and you both start barreling towards each other. So here's how this works folks I've kind of changed it a little bit If you whoever rolls the highest attack role gets the point they get the hit. But if you crit crit than you get your lance breaks and you get a second check to maybe dismissed unseat them and win automatically freelance breaks at two points. If you just hit them you get one point. And then you'll do that until someone wins. It is and if you on horse them you get the horse you don't. WE'RE NOT PLAYING FOR PINK SLIP papers. It's just three rounds and after three hundred over as the most points K I'm GonNa roll the dice and you tell me what any I'll add to because I got the first thing right. Yes and it's just my highest bonus. It's your your tackle okay. So nineteen nineteen year old higher. So you so as you go towards each other you're lance hits them square on and they kind of roll back a little bit. I mean you get one point and the crowd cheers for you. Another performance online bug racing. Go around around come back at each performance to try to win the crowd crowd towards me. I want to get the estate like absolutely yeah. Nineteen plus six of my performance. Twenty Five Yup. Okay so will your right check right is nature right cases just seventeen okay how they got higher than U K And then William Technical know plus to natural one zero point here here point you can absolutely use a hero point of yeah okay so twelve. Thirteen is twenty five. That's going to be a crit as they rolled super low. So as you're barreling towards then you square your lance up perfectly and like rise up a little bit and it hits them square. What is that thing called the heater? There's a heater shield on your her chest. I don't know I don't know I know the harm is like a heater shield. It hits their heater shield. And just the lance erupts shards go flying into the crowd remained a role reflect safe. Oh I can't believe I was sitting was really close close. We're yet okay seaworld. It's like caution. Sharda Areas Twenty Twenty. You see a Shard son. Yeah it's SPLAT come flying towards you but you just step out of the way. This is like a a jousting Lance Ray. It's not my true last que. Yup It's it's one that they supplied. Roll another tackle To is it my main modifier still a so fourteen or fifteen so you don't unseat them but you get three points for that round your four points. Total do I just have the little stump of the Lance left. Yes I go and I pass it to a kid. That's in the front row. I like I like sure the edge off so it's like blunt and then I give them fake he grab it and it just drops too heavy for them like this is so awesome share. y'All WanNa piece get. We should add that he tells me carry that home. You've loop around to K- rollier check three okay. They beat you again so roll your technical know plus to eighteen plus thirteen so roll your tackle again. Nineteen plus thirteen. You unseat them on the last. So that's GONNA be so. Yeah you ride up and with this lance you. Philip connect connects so perfectly and they go flying off their horse and land on the ground. The crowd goes crazy hearing Ooh and then you look around. And you're you're done for this move on the bracket and like after I get him off the horse her her After I get off the horse I like stand and like while I'm writing. I'm like standing and like hold up the blunt end of the Lance and everything awesome performance. Even though is incredible. Thank you so much. I had a feeling you'd that'd be really good at this. That's an amazing form of nearly kilby. Are you walk over there. I'm sorry where are you at the front. Want your art yet. It's clearly marked shot zone. Did you read. This is no sorry this clearly marked sign and even even the railing. It says a shot on the radio. We'll see it's at. My eyes are much lower than yours. That's I know I meant your eye level because it's corralling stay away from the red as you can. It's the best part. That's where you should stand as you're all talking. You hear one of the announcers answers go next up his own lord tightest low feed cassava. And you see him come out on his horse it's got like black armor cabbage man. We know about him because obviously the bad guy black in black armor. Do we know anything about him. You see the next the other night come out scrawny as night. You've you've ever seen like either arm barely fits. He's about ready to kick that guys. Uh fell philbrick. I send console play deal. Val Val elbrick names Phillies GonNa die if that if that guy is jousting it is. I mean his tent is unoccupied. It means that his two lackeys are in his tent the joust is over the first round he unseats the the veil philbrick unseats him and in fact the Philbrick falls on the ground and doesn't doesn't start moving and like some of like medics run out. He's got broken ribs man last season the same thing I heard he sent him to Shallan. I hope he gives me the hibiscus quits. I think it's the flowers they give to the winner. And they gotta give it to someone like the Bachelor meniscus. This is bruce good. Smith's gets yet meniscus biscuits hours hooper gives the people lances. That's all I'm saying I think Bob Yuba Steve is the question. Is the Martinez Brother Guy Married Barbie. No well your your first. Oh Shit. Okay Yeah croquet shall we dexterity check. Let's let's crew trunk. Yeah just a just straight up shrunk. Oh Oh did you say croquet. Oh my God I will aim the ball at their heads. Just kidding just her boob have you have. Have you met Herro yet. Oh no I haven't had the pleasure like hello. My Name's Sarah. This is Harry de la Nina. Ardo auto dealer NARDO dilemma. Nardo they come She just came in from out of town. Oh It's a pleasure to beat your. Where are you from Hera Mike from absolute junk? Oh how exotic yes. And she knows all the secrets like there's this one secret where like there's like I don't even know like there's so many secrets. I don't even know where to begin. She's is going to hit the ball dexterity. We'll start somewhere seventeen seventeen. Oh okay. There's rules for this. There's rules for this. He at one point point as it goes through one of the rings that was like a sweet hit there. Oh thank you so much you see all right. Everyone being mean to you crab crab go up and hit and it goes through to to ring. Well I didn't expect to be as good as you but teach each me your secret. Who did I could teach you many things trunk? Oh just one of them. Now do you have to yell trunk. Oh when you get it through a hoop no but you can you about as live not yelling trunk. Oh all right. How's Seattle Troncoso yourself fiery dying? I run the natural. I'm getting Europe. I guess okay a fourteen fourteen. It goes just right of one of the rings. Oh I can't you'll trunk Oh She gets it through wondering Hera. Oh Okay I'm GONNA I'm GONNA play now. That'll one she just the way I go get my ball such running. She's running in high heels her. She's never been good at Runco. Let's be honest fell between you and me. I owe her mother favor the Ashrawi but you hear it from me to not let me. What did you get this? Haflinger offline. It's going to be in the race. Oh I met him in. Oh series area. I didn't Oprah Amendment OPARA humor. Imagine him like from a dealer. Didn't hassling dealer just mentioned did you. Yes and then he joined my crew retinue that's But he's been helping me out but tell me more about things like I don't even have to pay five. You hit it again. Just to the side she threw to ring. You are so good played for many many years. Oh my gosh here comes by. How did you do that? You often you get it through trucco. So we're supposed to yard Charlie so nice pink total ass. Sorry Aww you must come to my house for tea. We spoke with yesterday. I would love to this. Party's over send you invasion. Thank you I would love love that what is trunk again. Nothing bragging rights. Well I don't. I'M NOT WANNA Brag. It's not very lady. Like how many of these have you one photo six. Oh but who's counting right indeed. Oh eighteen to twenty through to g through one trunk. Oh Oh that's not a good friend. Yeah I was just trying it out. Go in back of joust picture this and then it pans to her and just like. There's like clanking food. People are ladies game seriously delicate actually pastries and tea as well trunk. Of course I would love to see this cut back and forth like in actual comic wonderful for influence to see if other people start yelling trunk. Oh yes after back in the house you see he a few more matches go through the the leaf. What was their name? Teddy Teddy wins his match. And and then the brackets all move and the next match is gonNA be between Oh Cara Baron Okara and the leaf player you hear people cheering for Okara like the baron. I'm used us some time before your so. You can actually go watch the joust if you want to. I want to see like any type of like play or weakness or anything that can like us. You go out and you see the leaf emblem on the heater shield. You recognize it as a leaf when you get out there. I've seen before it's like on my jersey. They they start jousting in the first round. The teddy actually gets in solid hit and earn some points. And everyone's like oh go teddy. I'm claven for Teddy Supporting Tim's Tim's guy. All sudden has an arm around each of you. That's GONNA go Teddy Teddy Teddy's that's your cousin. What was his name again? The we come up with a name for that Guy Barley. We didn't really get Omar Omar. Okay hopefully we get some more points than the next round God. I'll tell you what you did so good and your joust. Thank you so much any gets. Yeah someone else boy racer. That's for Breezy Creek. It is gets we Augustan at the whole crowd mission. We like invented jammed. You got any other donuts. Gordon bring any with me at this point unfortunately damn ever since you left been stuck with mother's cooking. Oh yeah which. She's great she's already cooked another. Nothing can compare to my mom's cooking know. Your mom basically cooks a banquet every tonight yes oiler at all Next Round Okara breaks his lance on Teddy and and get some points and everyone starts cheering again in the crowd and they're all chanting occurs name. The the sullen throws the cabbage at you. That's the only reason we bought him for throws the sticks. That's a fight. That's a scrap. I'm GonNa you'll find you. Did that all right back there. There's too many people. You can't a good idea to face me face-to-face on need you to you know Lonzo right Audi by people are loving eleven this guy. I imagine you like football or soccer game or something like Oh. Yeah we'll dress up should be L. L. Third Round Okara Braces Lance again and ended up winning and beating teddy probably on the sauce again. He got through that first round beautifully. Though it's true that could have got kicked out of the Lenore in tournament says a lot about where he's at right now. Unfortunately as you know more auto always said you're never gonNA win the first time and we need get down that low you go to get back up so it's true enough to see if I can only at your. Are you up next. You are against Lord Titus and up next Olim if you want to not Smith. Then that's fine you can get all right. I'll bobby right here to help you out. The Jeff inside of me wants you to go mess with titus gear. But that's what I was trying to do too but tim would not be okay with that so but I don't want to mess with the guards this early on each pretty outstanding. Yeah the the winner of this joust goes to the championship against the Car Okara so he made it to the championship round. And you see titus come out on his black armored horse and typically they the nights and the Jasser Salute each other and he doesn't buy key just him K I've given ORLANDS. Don't go I tell this one plays dirty. He's going to go for a kill shot just because you're a woman to be on your guard. It's okay if you lose always. I'm royer ride check. How'd you beat us? Ask them to have a good nature you there you both take off and his horse you can just hear as it's like Br Ning or whatever sound horses make like it. It seems ready for this. Can I use my sudden charge action. No I can't use anything like that In nineteen plus thirteen year lance breaks. That's a crit. Roll another attack ice go team plus thirteen. I don't unseat him but it breaks and he kinda likes stumbles I salute him again. As we ride back around they they bring out a different lance for him and he grabs that Lance Titus can't fight us. Oh Oh yes and he comes charging you again write checks thirteen fifteen plus thirteen. That's twenty nine. Twenty seven twenty. You've got him not a creek but you got him. He misses you completely. So you get another point last one. I salute him again. Every time nine he beats you on the seventeen plus thirteen thirty your lance breaks rollier tackle twelve searching. You don't on Cedar Breaks again and you win the round and people start cheering your name Mike. I'll perform again K.. And Warm Norman. I like try to be very good. Sport learn wins again. Eleven eleven Yeah people are still cheering. They don't seem to pay attention. They're just they're they're young. Yeah final round so trucco the beach me but this was fun fun coming in second. It's not great it. It's a seven you miss again. I looked so pretty. She's GonNa toss her hair and be very pretty. What did you just? She goes to swing and then hits the ball and it goes way wide left. What well are you alright? `New there's something in my druce perception uh twelve. You don't be can't see trump goes done. We gotta go well. That's that's fine. The croquet thing down she walks away. I'll send you a message. It's it's like wait for me by like totally. See you later totally see you later and then I grab grab like for pies cakes or even chocolate cake. Oh my God take five perfect and then look for is my gesture. Here is a gesture here. Yes excuse me juster yes. Can you take take these two room my room. You'll need your your GESTA. I'm waiting for my Lord. What this is stupid a bit? We'll take the myself but I hope you feel guilty forever and I walk away. I'm sorry I'm just going to go back to my room to these down. Okay and then eat them. Okay so hungry okay. I love that going back to your room. Final round jousting. So a baron care comes out but before he you the all that you're in your tent with tim barrel care comes in Lady Keira glad to so you made it out of that massacre live. I'll tell you I'm definitely glad of the same. I have a favorite ask of you. I tried to be helpful but I can't promise anything. What do you need? Let me win this. That's very sportsman like What's the reason boys watching? Is there like a prize for the joust. Yeah how did you. How's the the party? I'm I'm glad you did with the pathfinders I had had. They had done a very good deed. Yes it was terrible today. Is your son a fan of jousting. He's a fan of me as any good as of late one. I don't well haven't been the best father since the mask on trying to do better. Agassi had that would put a different perspective on things. Yes could you do me a favor if I do this favor. Of course what would it be. Help me and my fellow The Bet Newsday House helped me and my fellow mates at the Bethany House blend blend into this culture here. Give us a leg up in this society in all the match. I'm not too proud. I can and do that. I'll bring over to my station. We can figure it out. I put my hand out shakes. His I give him like a party shake he he is well give them a show absolutely dead rant. He goes out. Are you going to let them win. K The match goes it's close. I second round third round. Are you GonNa let him unseat. You're just win just went perfect. I'm on he wins. Everyone cheers. He gets the hibiscus flowers and he goes and he gives it to his son and his son like beams in his super. Happy about it You Oh you you save the day. It's so much more than all of us around. I usually do which is really different. Normally does nothing I dickie around the first two rounds. This is my way to do it though. Like this is how her no. It's great they give you a Silver Chalice. That has the loath EADS family seal on it. It's like a Nice Chalice. Dallas who gives it to me Barnaby I would it be like weird for me to like Neil and like like do the whole like kiss your hand ring thing he will proffer it out. Yeah she definitely hands that up okay Is it Lord loaded. That's a good question. Count what it'll be low thirty. Oh Yeah Count Count. Barbie lengthy can't low seed off. Thank you for allowing me to compete in this competition in full discharges of course I hope to be he welcomed back and she will stand up leave not she doesn't want to Overdo it but she wants to leave a good impression. I'm I'M GONNA go ice my whole body K.. Oh you're going to go recover. Yeah I may I imagine it hurts chain. That's it's probably a Stanford thing so ellie you get back to your room and you you go into the the cakes. I'm you go in and you see three half wings in your room and they all turn look at you. Who who are you? Why are you in my room? One of them holds up a knife and started speaking in half wing. And that's where we're going to stop on your way all dragons. Ask Fading Catch on the side

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