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Alarming Trend As Fewer Kids Are Vaccinated During The Pandemic
"I'm Justin Kauffman in this is reset. Here in Chicago local health officials and organizations are seeing a slide in childhood immunizations in some neighborhoods up to half of the kids in childcare are missing required vaccination. Is it because of the pandemic? Is it something else? Either way parents are skipping wellness visits kids could get shots for preventable diseases like measles or whooping cough. In a few minutes. We'll check in with folks from local healthcare clinics who are raising the alarm about this. But first, let's bring in Cassie Walker Burke. She's bureau chief of Chuck beat Chicago a nonprofit news organization reporting on education in the city cassie. Welcome back to reset. Thanks Justin. So what made you look into this issue and what did you find? Accidentally stumbled on it actually when I was looking at data for another story, I was working on an early childhood centers. So Chicago has hundreds of publicly funded childcare centers around the city, and there's all kinds of data that you can get about the children that are in them, and they tend to be low income kids whose parents qualify for a subsidy for top care and so I saw immunization data and I had seen some national warnings that. They should rates were slipping and when I saw the Chicago data, my jaw literally dropped because historically Chicago has actually had pretty high vaccination rates compared to other cities. It was sort of a point of pride and. Ninety six percents. Of Close to ninety five actually that's behind. So that's that's just looking at at measles on the vaccine, and so I started looking around and I waited actually if you buds on the story and I looked at the data again because I know as a parent that trying to get your kids then to see a doctor in the middle of a pandemic for children. Who are well was maybe something that parents are doing and there's a few things that are going on here. Right. There's a slide in vaccinations, which is saying there's issues but we're also seeing some other things that are coming up. We're seeing a resurging distrust of vaccines which is problematic on vk levels, and then you're also seeing the vaccines are really a proxy issue for. Access to pediatric healthcare. So kids aren't going yet and they're not getting vaccinated. They're also not seeing the doctors for screening for delays for autism lead poisoning and really scary child abuse. I was surprised and it's not surprising not shocking. It's not stunning when think about it but there's a distrust of the medical community because of racism in the past and many people who may be from black and brown communities in Chicago. See it that way that did not necessarily whatever the doctor says goes. Right there's concern that this sort of lingering or layton distrust is starting to to rise and part of that is the political, the political. The way we've talked about Kobe let the the fear of vaccines and so how the city addresses this issue now and not just the city but you know pediatricians and how how this issue addressed to now on the childhood side could actually ramifications for uptake on an adult. Vaccine should once snoop a an adult vaccine arise. One thing that is kind of the top of my head and I think about it I'm like you know knowing you know having a thirteen year old son and how vaccinations have worked a lot of times are tied to school. You can't get into school if you don't have your measles rubella if you don't have, you can't get into daycare center if you don't. Have these vaccinations on your card? So why is that off this year? Is it because cove? It is. So the October fifteen deadline was sort of a well warned. Schools new. Kids could start the school year, but they didn't have their paperwork by October. Fifteenth they had to go home and that was the deadline that really helped a lot of parents get things done. Well, the state essentially said to districts if your kids are learning virtually which as we know, Chicago public schools is completely virtual now then the October fifteenth deadline doesn't essentially go into effect they said actually technically, they said, you still have a deadline, but there's no enforcement mechanism on it, and so I think that that sort of hard deadline which a public health experts said was. Something that was very helpful has now become a soft is that possible? Again, let's say that the CPS gets back into the schools by the winter spring. Some point. Will, do the numbers that you're seeing. Go up because they'll have they'll be mandatory requirements for for vaccinations. That is the thinking. I don't know how long they would extend the deadline or what that would look like but I think you also have to look at how the other side of this is that the pandemic has also affected where people can go to get vaccinations. So before the ten DEMOC, the city had five different sites that we're actually free vaccination clinics. Since this is for the underinsured, the undocumented and then there was also A. Van. That went around the pandemic actually shuttered the sites and stopped the van. Now, two of the sites for back up and running as of September in the van was back up and running. But I think you have to also think about the access side of the question. So I think that the issue now is how do we get out the word or how does the city get out the word of both to pediatricians to say okay whatever System, you're using to reach out to families. It's time to make sure you're doing that writer you text messaging families, reaching out to them, and so thinking about how do individual doctors and doctors offices do this sort of practice restarting sites, and then also I think it's really interesting that the city has historically relied on sort of grassroots organizing approach to send people out to communities to have conversations about sometimes it's shouted Vaccines Times as the flu. Vaccine sometimes it's something like the HP Vive vaccine and so remobilising that sort of grassroots approach having conversations on the ground with people about why vaccines better in this moment helping connect them to clinics and resources, and so it it it really can't be just one strategy and it never has been but I the pandemic interrupts those strategies and the city has just sort of retool whenever we're talking about vaccines. Obviously, we go to cove nineteen and the. Obvious everything that's happening to lead up to a vaccine vaccination and vaccine and distribution of that vaccine. Our local health officials worried that there will be a similar trend. Once covid nineteen vaccine is approved and distributed help officials right now are. Putting together plans for what happens the vaccine comes through, and we have to also remember that right now the discussion is about a vaccine for adults. We're not even talking about a vaccine for children and that is one that I thought was really interesting in all of my interviews that seem to actually be a point of concern for health officials as we're starting to put together their plans what about a vaccine for children? We're not even talking about that yet and so as a country and so that to me seemed to be the note of concern that I heard Trump had this history of having this multipronged of spreading the word about touted vaccinations and there, and there was some dot using a lot of that to try to to do similar things for the Cova vaccine. But again, if you don't have a vaccine yet for children, even trials what is that can look like and how is that affecting school reopening and schools reopening and staying absolutely always great. Cathy Walker Burke, bureau chief of the Education News Chuck beat Chicago Cassie thanks so much for your time today. Thank you. All right I want to bring in some other voices to this conversation joining us now to discuss what local health organizations are doing to raise awareness around slipping vaccination rates. In Chicago's Ted Huff Statr, he's the director of quality and practice transformation in Esperanto health centers, which operates four healthcare clinics on the southwest side Ted Welcome to reset. Grabbing me and Jamal Malone, chief executive officer at eight S Mckinley community services. That's an umbrella agency for fourteen childcare sites together enroll about seven hundred and fifty kids on the south side Jamal. Welcome. Hi Justin how are you? I'm good. Thanks for being here Ted wire lower childhood vaccination rates concerning to you. One of the big things is that making kids up to date on vaccine picks long-term strategic. And it may take a while before we see the full full. Of the impact of. Lower, vaccination rates ended I'd say another big thing is It's not as easy as kind of coming in once and becoming up to date on your vaccines and you see her pediatrician, their schedules and things like and so kind of the further that folks fall behind the more energy and and planning, it takes to catch people up and I think you know now with people going into and being in close quarters for the winter we really want to make sure that kids and everyone but definitely kids are are vaccinated so that we can Detroit that risk goes I'm transmission and Jamal what are you finding among your clients at eight s Mckinley and families on the south side? So it's really interesting because we look at our history as an organization, we've been around for hundred years. We just celebrated our hundred year anniversary last year and US Sophie McKinley started. Eight s McKinley in the middle of the Spanish flu and image. And so when you look at it fast forward to today, we having similar issues that we as an agency address back then. In particular with vaccinations, just to point out the historic. Overview. Is a tendency or distrust. Based on the way African Americans were treated about history with our health system and so when you go back to ski experimental the thirties all the way to fast forward to today where you look at the rhetoric. Politicize, coming out of the White House right now around the cove nineteen vaccination is created uncertainty confusion and distrust and so with. are processed enroll students in our headstart sites, and now we're experiencing where the limited access. Though even myself and my family, my wife and I, we have three young sons. We had trouble getting flu shots this year. I went to our primary care physician. They didn't even have access. So we had to go to a CVS where they're obviously warehousing due to their pm there pharmacy minute benefit. Mail order warehouses, they've got a ton of shots, but when you can't get them from your primary care physician in the middle of nineteen, how are we supposed to expect access for folks that are in our head start programs that may have lower economic and systematic exa access to healthcare that's such a great point and and I would also suggest Ted that there. There are consequences. We don't even know about yet. Just from the months I mean we talked to Cassie the months of continued vaccination delays. Yeah I would agree you know especially lot with newborns and things like that. So I think we're GONNA see this kind of play out over the next couple of months and years I mean it's. It's really important that that folks are up to date and and are coming in I know just kinda speaking to the access issue you know we're federally Qualified Health Center we have four sites on the south southwest side we have about thirty thousand patients a year and just over ninety percent of our patients. For Latino over seventy percents prefer to speak Spanish and so some of the biggest things that we've seen are you know sort of these issues around the public charge, the politics around you know public benefits and so people being afraid to come in to to access services access care, and so that's something that you know especially with kids we've had work really really hard to let people know how they can connect with us we. Actually, do We've been doing a series of well child Wednesday video to talk about the importance of well child visits and immunization compete you care and especially how to access the clinic during the pandemic and at the beginning we really made sure that well, child visits where a lot of explanations nations are administered. We're sort of essential services that were still delivering to face. Our pediatric crew is really worked hard to outreach to patients I, guess. Aren't necessarily you know has been food take vaccinations, but they're just really worried about the safety of the clinic like, is it safe for me to bring you know my family and to get vaccinated and we have you know working really hard to make sure folks are are aware of power keeping them safe and the precautions that were taking to really reduce it nineteen transmission. Jamal, how do you even start an outreach program because all the things that had mentioned that getting away of that and and even you mentioned about distrust in the medical community a PSA or poster on a bus stop that's not going to do much to that. So what do you do when you're talking about trying to convince people who are your clients at eight s Mckinley that you gotta get back on the vaccination? It really is grasps text messaging phone calls individual follow up you know it used to be where we could talk with the parent when they're chopping off their kid. One of our sites or one of our partner sites and now because we've lost that. Interpersonal communication that aspect we have to use virtual means texting. Even down to facetime or some of the other video chats connect with Paris one on one I can't even imagine how that is a newfound responsibility for your. Shop for either of you guys to to be able to have to go and do that direct address have those conversations when you can't have them in person. Ted I'll difficult is it for your staff to tap to pick up that part of it as well? I mean. Thinking about white tamales thing about says outreach and the. Way It's communicate with patients. We did do like a pretty big telehealth transformation in March in April to respond to the pandemic and our team. Really. Hukou. Types of transformations usually take like a year and we just ran the Fed and have been going with it ever since and so yes, part of it is you know the work of budding patients know how to engage us but it's been really interesting because we've found that access is actually better and we can connect with people more we've been. Experimenting with these hybrid visits where we would do you know telehealth visit and then folks which is come on for lab vaccines, and so that's really help their families come in and I think you know we're pretty data driven, and so we really leverage the power of our electric China medical record to see like who is in Carrington needs to come into Kerr have a integrated care model where we have I wonder. who had caught care coordinators reaching out and calling patience and injecting any concerns they might have and really explaining the importance of vaccines and really getting people scheduled and adjusting those concerns of life insurance or things like that. That might be very young. It's hard to wrap your head around because you're trying desperately to not get us in that situation where there's an outbreak before you have to say now you know. Yeah. You know changing relationships. You know being folks we used to see folks more than and our more online we have been having when they distribution events of like applies food connecting people to resources and just making sure that every patient contract especially with families. With kids really kind of communicating how how to connect with us being what their barriers are and really working to connect them to carry. That's definitely concern that we have and and becks nations are big priority for for. Getting the patient and especially our pediatric providers. Astounding story can find it in chocolate, but it's also one that is happening in the communities here in Chicago Ted. Standard is director of quality and practice transformation, Esperanza health centers, and Jamal Malone Great Conversation Chief Executive Officer at ADA S, Mckinley community services, sounding the alarm that the rates of childhood vaccinations in Chicago area are going down. Thanks so much for joining us as well. Thank you. and. That is today's reset for more conversations like this. Make sure you subscribed WBZ's reset and take five seconds literally five seconds to give us a rating it helps other people find. Enjoy the day I'm Justin Kauffman will catch you right back here tomorrow.
Ageism, Mental Health and BPPV OH MY! With Kathy Shirley
"Prepare yourself for a physical therapy conference. That will deliver a p._t. Education hangover of epic proportions because we're going to las vegas this october p._t. Podcast presents the tri-state physical therapy conference october eleventh to thirteenth in and fabulous las vegas nevada three days of learning networking and well probably some good old fashioned las vegas-style fund with presentations presentations by a p._t._a. President sharon done state chapter presidents chris power of california john hike arizona and r._j. Williams from nevada with if you're keynote presentation by tim flynn focused talks on telehealth medical marijuana and motivational interviewing just so we're clear that's three different talks. We're not mixing medical marijuana with telehealth and motivational interviewing. Well not yet anyway. Tickets are on sale now. Get yours at p._t. Pint cast dot com the tri-state physical therapy conference october eleventh to thirteenth. What happens in vegas well. You know how this ends had a great time talking talking to physical therapists cathy shirley. We ran into each other at a conference in jacksonville florida. Thanks to a brooks institute of higher learning. She was there just taking part and it came up and said hey. I'm a melissa the show i said great. Let's get you on there. She had a bunch of great insight variety of topics all just good stuff and i said listen. The topics are all over the place but they're all valid if you're a p._t. So let's give him in an episode and that's that's what today's about show is brought to you by owens recovery coverage science. They're a single source for physical therapists looking to add blood flow restriction training to your clinical practice. This is something that's it's not new. You and that's what johnny owens and the team says it's nothing new. It's been around for a while but i think it's being applied. More and more in the research has come back johnny's part of of participating in the research coach at one point. I think he said that he had something like twenty different issues going on with research and and and he's got his fingers in a lot of things he's the guy all right him and his team around the world four major sports n._c. Double a. you name it. They're instructing physio's on how to do it so check it out online at owens recovery science dot com. Let's get on with the show are are you ready to rock and roll man hit record. Yeah let's do it. The best conversations happen at happy hour. Welcome to ours forum award. This is the p._t. Podcasts here's your host physical therapists. Jimmy mackay yeah the show. That's supposed to sound like we're having a beer the next episode of p._t. Podcast starts right now. I'm your host physical therapist. Jim mckay we do want to say thank you to everybody out. There who's been listening and <hes> with the show's always free but we always say if you ever want to repay us and that's using air quotes <hes> do that by just telling a friend telling a colleague letting someone else know about the program do of is social media or in person so <hes> thank you for everybody. Who's <hes> who's doing doing that. We will see you if you are in arizona nevada or california coming up with the tristate physical therapy conference works at about that invited out there three state chapters coming together october eleven twelve and thirteen in las vegas nevada going to have some <hes> presentation with the state president dot chapter for all three of those states. It's a p._t._a. Sharon duncan and be there. Tim flynn door sturdy mckee going to be out there. Allen lee talking about telehealth to check out more information at p._t. Podcast dot com. The guest today ran into <hes> kathy at <hes> brooks i._h._l. Where we were a few weeks ago and she said i actually listened to your show show and i'm a sucker for someone who actually lives cathy walker the program. Thank you very much. Yes we listen to yourself and it's awesome. I'll be on us. I i forget sometimes after we have these conversations because that's what they are. They're pretty conversational that when they're done. I'm just like well. That was a cool conversation and then i forget that other people will eventually eventually listened to it yet. It's really good words yeah so tell me tell the audience of about your background because you start we started talking and i was like this sounds cool. You've done a bunch of stuff so what's your background. Pre briefly <hes> well brinkley so i'm a physical therapist i've been practicing for thirty eight years and i sort of move through the flow of life and just kept on getting experiences that were in the area that i happen to be practicing in and i moved a lot odd so i got to see diversity within the country within clinics within we have disabilities <hes> and it was a great learning experience and continues to be a great learning experience and most recently. I was out in texas for seven years and have the opportunity to be in the faculty member clinical faculty looking member there <hes> and love that and as has sort of been the way that i've news through life. It's because i'm following my husband who i i'll say to my students instead. I chose to stay married. It was a choice so that means you move along. We <hes> moved again and now i'm in florida and that's how we ended up at the brooks. I tell symposium imposing yeah in jacksonville and you were when you said you were in texas. You did some teaching at <hes> texas women's university yeah university and the dallas campus yes and it's a wonderful okay fancy shout out to any of my former students who might be listening to this. I love you all the <hes> c. You mentioned kind of moving all over geographically but you switch between settings. What what did you get it. What did you get to experience how i started out in the early eighties. Basically everyone did some form of care. Because that was the way it was and so i started out in the u._k. On a really loved it <hes> and because of my final internships i did two final internships one with at fort bragg <hes> in the beginning of manual therapy and and all of the physical therapists at fort bragg in the military system army system. They were taught line practitioners. You know they sell patients chance i and so i saw that from the beginning of my career knew what we were capable of doing. I wanted to be a manual physical therapist which you know most people enter p._t. School either wanting ortho or sports sports but also i had been exposed to end e t <hes> at my final rehab affiliation and with a brilliant instructor who had been there doing i'm the adult certification so i was sort of torn between the two and i decided to move through both specialties at the same time so whichever ever setting i might have been in one offered me more of an ortho background than i really focused on that if one offered new more narrow that's what i did so i really am pleased that that happened because i believe that it gave me much different perspective on looking at an individual and their movement patterns and combining <hes> you know i feel bad bad when we split filed things up too much. Every patient in front of us has a nervous system. They have a skeletal system. You know we can't separate those things but sometimes uh-huh. I think we really try hard to do that. So it was it was a great experience for me. The schools and i tried to just sorta spread that philosophy to the people people that i worked with students that i worked with to be able to nick that we can always mix yeah well. Whatever you whatever someone says they've been doing something for for thirty eight years first first of all a good on you for for sticking with profession as it's no doubt change i mean i've been in the physical therapy profession for blink of an eye compared to what you've been doing and so i've seen a lot of changes or at least different discussions come and go and the funny thing is now i'm seeing it is some of the things that we talk about like there the the thing and then they fade out and something else fades in and it's very very cyclical. What are some of the big changes things that you've seen. Come co- come go and then come again again like you know bell. Bottom pants are back in style for a little bit so that came went and came back in again. That's right. That's right well. I think maybe the biggest thing that i would say is that because i entered the profession when we were very much exercise hands on that was like the big focus of the seventies and then i graduated early in nineteen nineteen eighty one so then it became the infancy of mango therapy and it was be hot topic okay so everybody started doing some form of being therapy and i was lucky in that i had a very eclectic background so i had the opportunity to be exposed to stanley paris who was the first really brain courses to united insane to <hes> the new zealand <hes> two older grimsby's to <hes> maitland you know so the canadian philosophy i had friends international friends who are really good at trying to teach me so i had this collective background and never got pigeonholed in one way but i we went from very much their pubic exercise very specific victor is strengthening an activity day to mangle therapy and then we we sort of moved away from the exercise part of it now is like and then then and we then we started realizing oh no. We're doing too much in behind you like. We're you know we're making patience or thinking fixing them all the time and you know and i i was always always trying to say i'm not i wanna fix. Anybody and i was always really pushing back against. There's way too many modalities way too much hands on care. We have to have a mix so then we see a common back the other way. Now we have this like. It's almost a hand off so it's yeah you're you're exactly right you stay in this profession long enough and you see the cycle sort of like the fide coming to go and i saw it on the faces of my professors because i would see something on social media right and i bring it to them and say this this is the new thing and they literally had this face on and they were nice enough to not along with me like <hes> like they had like they were ignoring me but what i realized was says they heard it probably several times throughout their career and they were just watching me. See it for the experience it for the first time and go and <hes> yes. I understand that this is the thing at the moment so i do too at least recognize that just to let people know that the tidal coming go so right now wherever you're standing ending <hes> it's probably somewhere in the middle is the the right answer if there is if there even is a right answer but i like how your career kind of brought you to all those different parts and you're able to kind of incorporated and that's what i want to bring up i is you've you've recently added some some mental health first aid and health coaching certification to your credentials <hes> how does that. I just described that then. How does that enhance your clinical practice so i'm always been one of the one of my favorite courses to teach was the psychosocial issues and rian rehab so i've i've always been a physical therapist that recognized like i can remember from the beginning and i'm sure i'm not the only one there's all of us. Do do this like we see through patients. Having exacting diagnosis had the same surgeon. They're the same age so it's like and they're two totally different outcome right. You're like okay so what what's going on with that. So <hes> the mental health issues. I think <hes> in general in our society are it's improving much better than it was but we still have a stigma. It's still easier to avoid to just oh well yeah. That person has that thing going on but you know i i don't have time to to address that <hes> and it doesn't work when when that happened when we do that so <hes> i i found this mental mental health first aid dot org and this mental health for saito <hes> certification program about for four years ago and brought it into so that we brought into university and have our students that they have the opportunity to go through that and i went through that and and so really tried to incorporate that both in my clinical practice but also in teaching that we have to talk very openly about mental health situations mental health issue issue not only of our patients but also of our colleagues ourselves and we need to take really good care of ourselves and you know students are under great stress. No it's a a significant amount of academic work where throwing down their throats every day. They also have outside line. Things don't always go well <hes> and then. How can they respond to you know. I didn't necessarily do really well in this one tustin we have canto all the impostor syndrome situations that go along along and it's it's amazing to me. I really feel for our students in our young clinicians <hes> in trying to understand. Hey you really. You're doing a great job. Ah you know a whole lot more than you think. You're going to be just fine all right. What was that program called again. Kathy mental health crusade mental health. I l oh mental health first aid okay and so what's a couple of things you know that <hes> that you were able to take away from that certification that you're you feel like you. That's right in your holster that you're able to pull out real quick any quick and easy tips if someone could take away from that i'm playing that recognizing understanding are seeing that you you learn about the different mental health situations or diagnoses and they for like exactly for example anxiety foul <hes> and if you recognize the behaviors of anxiety and then you can and sit down and then just sort of give that person the ability to talk to you about it. There's also accused push on recognizing that we might have an issue with suicide you know and that you don't leave that person sides you find somebody to help them. Keep them talking. You know but to recognize that oh this person is talking in a way that they're saying they're not really caring to be on the planet anymore or you know there was something that went on in a certain situation and their verbal ization after that was very very negative like it's gone ignore that we need to discuss that you know like have you been considering committing suicide. I mean and everybody gets really worried about ooh. You say that you give them the idea and then you're not gonna give them the idea. Have you thought about taking your own life. You know and we do this with our patients also. Do you have the instruments. Do you have the way you have a plan yeah so it's like and you know we is it going to really escalate then well. I need to do something and first thing is. You're not leaving you know unless it's a safety situation. I mean if they have a they have a gun. They have something we'll have to wait to make sure that we are also safe for it <hes> so once don't you recognize it. What's the big. What's the big disease. That's that's that's what and then now what what's the now what i'm guessing bringing medical mental health professional. That's right yeah right. That's right. That's the referral hell so that and then we'll think somebody recognized that to go ahead and talk to a mental health professionals. It's not a sign of week out. It's a sign of strength to address the issues that you're dealing with that and that's really a big thing yeah good on full say that all the time good good on you for adding that and <hes> recognized housing area something you wanted to work on then going out and getting that mental health first aid and add net to your to your credentials. That's great. I love when i love when people have like miniature soap-boxes too and i think we touched on this. When we first met was <hes> one of those is ageism in recognizing it and how it impacts ex- care <hes> when i when i thought that term ageism where's your head go so the first thing that my hat goes to is actually internal ages like how much all of us walk around with this preconceived notion. We don't even realize it that as we get older we've just been inundated with social media commercials television depending on how old you are how long this has been going on you know and actually our older patients have been subjected to it even longer so they have so much internal ageism. That is a real hard site in many physical therapists. Occupational therapists will talk about you know they. They don't believe they can get better well. They really just feel this because they'll start the conversation well. I'm eighty five years old. So what do you expect now and so that internal ageism recognizing how <hes> we we think about ourselves and how that's going to guide our own health as we age that was something that <hes> i was i was the instructor after for the intro to geriatrics at the view and the timeframe that i was there and that was one of the big points. I tried to bring home to the students think about yourself. What's your own perception option of growing older because our students come into school very aged and you know if they are just the start and that means that if they we have an older individual in front of them that will be their patient their perception of how that person can improve or what they can do with that person already skewed so that we have to really recognized eighty nine and you have to be able to recognize that oh i'm falling back on thinking well. You know a certain number and this number is the deciding factor when in reality you know you kind the thirty year old he's functional abilities limitations are so low that they will not be able to be at the same physical levels some of my eighty five year old so it's not what about the numbers about what are the morbidity what is and what are the psychosocial issues that are on top of all this now so it's in but we are so quick as soon as somebody gets over the age of sixty five to put everything in a basket of well. You know what happens right. I mean it's going to sound like i planned this <hes> but i swear i i did not. I'm thirty nine years old as we record this coming up on forty and believe me. I was having a miniature midlife crisis. Today i was thinking well. I don't know how much i could really expect and this was two fold this function because of having like a little bit of an ankle issue i used to be a runner and i you know i still try to run and traff lawns and i'm saying well. Maybe i just hang that up up but if i were hearing that from a patient i'd be on that that guy or that girl and say no absolutely not we're going to find something that keeps you moving <hes> and then of course like you know coming up on the midlife crisis racist the over the hill. What have i accomplished. You know pretty much done by 'em by already peaked but <hes> that's good recognize one one word that was brought up at an episode it <hes> we have <hes> a little while ago with jackie osborne who teaches geriatrics at brook brings i._h._l. Was the words still oh you're seventy five. Are you still you're still riding a bike. It's it's almost as like subtly and i'm definitely guilty of it. Myself is making using that word still kind of making making a big deal about oh. You're because you're what you're saying is. That's not the norm you d- rash. Maybe you shouldn't be doing that <hes> so yes so so recognizing that in ourselves yourselves and yeah i guess today i was. I was even guilty that myself right right and the other thing it goes the other way. Is that sometimes you don't recognize that we start like when somebody is older. We start protecting them more like if it's a family member it's a friend or you and that's like a i forget the name of the individual it was a wonderful a podcast that was done on <hes> dustin jones jerry jarrett community but it was a physical therapist and actually i give this podcast is one of my <hes> one of a reflection assignments for my third year students but i can't remember her name but <hes> she talked about pre traumatic stress syndrome where we instill fear so that you know oh the person's eighty well. Maybe you should take anymore. How <hes> you know you really should reconsider riding a bike. 'cause you know if you fall off the bike. You're going to break your in your your eighty now so we start scaring people into not moving and not feeling capable the ball and you know and and not understanding that the body is so resilient. That's the other positive thing about working in this profession for so long. It's not i have seen people recover recover and come back to one hundred percent plus in situations where no one thought it was possible at all ages so the resilience the ability ability in the body and sometimes i just like we stay out of its way with potty usually really comes along. Don't just let people move and do okay no yeah so i i really feel that we have to be aware of the innate ability to heal and not forget that now and and there is the the timeframe course. We're all gonna die. I mean there's not not you know that certainly is going to happen and there's only so we made a point in time when the systems are going to break down but our hope as older as at this level of come. We're all these come. Were been sort of falling in is a short timeframe so instead of somebody somebody sort of slowly degenerating over twenty years losing function but still alive <hes> we may have six weeks and we've really giving someone the optimum optimum ability to age to be highly functional to manage substitution compensation but still allow them to do the things they want. <hes> and you can't do that if you don't believe people have a chance yeah. That's the internal ageism. Let's you know things are going to happen. That's progress. It's a great progression of life. That's the part of <hes> making sure you've got some life. Some some some life in those years not just adding year civil life as that cliche now no no individual would say that's. They want to write a hundred yeah. Every orthopedic physical therapist needs to know how to recognize screen for vestibular dysfunction. That's something that's that's like something that you you wanna brand on every single student in every every single p._t. That you come across. Why are you so passionate about that way. So many people out there with the stimulus dysfunction angst that are not being picked up causing so much trouble for all these other komo now we have balance and then you put that on top of somebody with multiple multiple corm abilities and they have an additional learning which is a really simple thing to go ahead and screen for to do a differential diagnosis and treat however info every orthopedic cepeda facility and most of the outpatient facilities that i either had is my own private practice or working. I have tried to train everyone to be able to pick up ep t._v. So that it should not be that. This is a specialist doing this entry level training now. Every entry level program has a section on that stimulus function and on benign positional vertigo with the kenilworth repositioning maneuver so certainly students within the last ten years. Maybe a a little bit more than that. I've been exposed to this but the problem comes when they enter the clinic. We still am i. I don't know why this has happened. We start following everything again. No no. I'm an orthopedic physical therapist. That's neuro problem and i had this happened with. One of my family members just in the last month. Person had a total hip replacement had an an episode of b._p. T._v. and he's an outpatient orthopedics and that and they have a balance center but they don't have anybody who does similar work. I was like don't say you haven't bouncer bouncer so so he had to be sent to another another place which is long you know it takes time then right. There should be something somebody comes in with those symptoms especially especially. If it's any kind of risk for balance and falls we gotta chick share that that should be priority. Yep well goes to number one. The public doesn't necessarily we know about these conditions and they can be treated so simply with an and on top of that with a physical therapist that we automatically assume well. We had to go to some sort of brain expert spirt. Who has you know all this different neurologic training. Oh by the way physical therapists have that training and they can help but also as you just mentioned p._t.'s if they don't consider themselves selves and i'm using air quotes here festival experts we shy away from it so we're widening gap along with the public's perception of what this issue could be and how easily it might be treated if they see a p._d. That gap is widening onto part so i love the fact that that's one of your mini soapbox is to make sure that the end of it anyway of our profession shen steps forward and says no no no. I'm going to own this because i'm not a neuro p._t. And not an ortho p._t. I'm a p._t. Right the numbers of people that this is such a common a common type of diagnosis and dysfunction so that you're going to see you're going again too. You're seeing more than one person clinical life within the first year so it's like yeah and there's no reason and and it's such a valuable treatment technique. It's the highest level of evidence for these treatment techniques and so when we talk about we do evidence based. Practices is also something that bothers me. I'm like oh well okay then. Everybody's you know how to do this. This has the highest level of evidence but no does what we have is concurrently with the tide and i'm not saying that trying. I mean i've taken chinese courses. I'm not saying this is a bad thing to know or be able to do but it's like everybody and their mother is on that bandwagon right now so and we do not have the same levels evidence. We've might soon but we don't have it so as an evidence based practitioner. I say we should be the following and doing what we know. We have four and there is nothing out there. That has this kind of evidence in the world so this has been well done once. We got to own own it. Yeah <hes> is is being a neuro p._t. Being ortho p._t. Being a vestibular p._t. Is that sort of <hes> silo. Jose shin is estimate. That's come and gone before or is this something like kind of new. Now it works. We want to be so narrow. I i actually think it's worsening so <hes> you know. We definitely didn't when i first started. It was the beginning of the board certification so i took second o._c._s. example. I took the second juiciest exam so that was the very beginning. We did what we might have had in d._c. Certification we had some of those clinical certification but no one. I mean we saw like i. I was in acute care outpatient. Basically you saw everybody. I mean you couldn't be silent because they all coming to you. You were a p._c. But now i don't know i mean part of me. You know we've done a disservice and becoming so focused so specialized <hes>. There certainly should be super specialist. I'm not saying we can't have some of them out there but i think we're losing <hes> the p._c. Who's capable. I think the only time it still happens near in rural areas because choice <hes> but if you're not in a rural area then i see people track themselves very quickly. <hes> you know we have residencies. I think residencies are excellent. I you know in in in my time to study. We didn't have that opportunity we sort of had to create our own little group of residents and and do that naval to pass exams and to continue to learn so i think residencies are wonderful. Fellowships are wonderful and i know especially like at brooks integrate all the different fellows and residencies. They're talking to each other. They take courses together. They mix narrow. Oh like all the orthopedic <hes> all the ortho residents are going to take some of the neuro courses and i know that they're teaching them how to do <hes> the assessment for urban onto the vertigo so i see knicks in happening in certain areas but still like oh no hand comes up well. That's just not my thing. I don't know how to do that forever but if you don't know how to do it then you'd better who refer to so i don't have any problem with somebody not knowing how to have the list of who do you send him to good point. Yeah be be be a great advocate for that patient than in that particular situation right all right. You don't just ignore it. Yep all right <hes> kathy ready for three questions okay on the hunt seat twit three questions on the three questions brought to you by arias medical staffing. There are longtime supporter of the show fifty states. That's where they have positions in. All fifty of oh states yes alaska. Yes hawaii is colorado. 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You'd suggest that if someone listening should take a listen or watch too <hes> well. I have read pretty much every book that will go one day. Read has written so i would highly recommend pick up anything with his name on on it and go for it yeah love that his name comes up a lot and i've just started jump back. After you leave school your kind of like shell shocked on reading stuff. I was anyway so i stayed away from books and i've just caught the bug again and i've got a big old deep amazon book lists so he's definitely on there as well and ask questions on three questions is who who somebody the audience should know more about this is this is a way we can help you expand. Someone's someone's follow network. Maybe using social media in a great way to follow someone who brings a lot of value but maybe they're flying under the radar <hes> somebody's lying under the radar. I would have to say my eisenhart and all the work that going and health promotion and wellness and really trying to change the way we look at that and how we try to bring that into our own work. It's another idea while we can't avoid way that like the basic should be somebody has found nutrition and found fleet because before we can do anything else to them. If that's not happening we won't have optimum outcome <hes> idea of looking at wellness and all those different aspects of wellness which is something that he does well and that's just a little piece of all the stuff he's doing <hes> i would have to say but how you going to sell a sexy con ed course on sleep and nutrition kathy hagen yeah. That's the basics though you'll be if you've seen anything on social for me about the summer of move or free the oh that's mike eisenhart so i don't think i don't think it's enough credit for starting those things and they get legs of their own and they start to spread so if you guys i wanna fall in like eisenhower it's at mike is hard. That's e. s. h. A. artisa that's a great call. You said you didn't have a good suggestion. That was a perfect. Are you off the hot seat four three questions for arias medical staffing again. You want to try out dip your toe in or at least check out the opportunities for travel p._t. To try different settings in different places it's hey you are a u._s. Medical dot com. This is the parting shots all right parting shots brought to you by rock tape. <hes> check him out. They have more within just tape. 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Though besides that i still does so stupid wicked good besides ah i went to this you know i love going to these instagram thirst trap museums and i went to this new one called world of fruit and it's one of my favorites i have ever been to because it wasn't just an instagram thirst trapped museum with all of these rooms e take photos photos in it was like a taste testing thing and i had things that i had never had before. I took my kids. They were eating the fruit and it was a really good time so i highly recommend that cool. How was your weekend. Let me see i had the plumber over saturday and we moved my laundry room from the garage garage into its own room in the house so that was a lot of fun than i had a <hes> a birthday barbecue for my girlfriend's sister and mother. They both have the birthday couple days apart so we had the whole family at my house yesterday so there was a ton of people so i did some entertaining this weekend awesome all right. Let's get right to it shall we. We shall okay. Let's start off talking taylor swift because she is dominating the headlines of course understandably way. She's got a new album that came out. I love her available everywhere. Deluxe editions right now targets special promotional literally everywhere ah special promotions with amazon. She performed on good morning america. Is i love it. She saved up all her promo for for this week <hes> and leading up to this week since starting on thursday before i even get to the album all talk about the music video does she released a music video for the song lover which we talked about that song last week the song yes. I texted you a voice ace recording of of her doing a demo of it when she did yeah i did. I don't recall because i would have listened to that. You must have missed is that it was her playing on the piano. It was so beautiful i you see. I love this song. The song is great. I just didn't like how it was produced. Anyways she released the music video video for the music. Video was great. Some people of course wanted to make a stupid to do over the fact that she cast a black man <unk> as her love interest who also happens to be one of her dancers. She has a relationship with him. Some people thought she was pandering or this that or the other oh i. I just think people are stupid it. I didn't think she was pandering. I think he was and you know what if you're going to pander and be inclusive and diverse and do something different then great. I don't care what your motives are for inclusivity so long as you are being inclusive and representation is important to people so the music video was great and i love that she's still making big budget videos which you know and and she's in a league of her own. Nobody really makes big budget videos and if you pay close attention it's very symbolic music video. It's this little house and each house actually actually represents the theme of one of her albums. She confirmed yet again what i said she should do and what you said she would not do or two. If i should what what should i was gonna say what you said she shouldn't do. She said she's going to do in a new interview you with good morning america. She said explicitly quote when asked if she was going to re record her masters. She says yes that's true and that's something that i'm very excited about doing because my contract says that starting in november twenty twenty that's next year i could. We record albums one through five. I think artists deserve to own their own work so you didn't think she should. She's not listening to you. She's going to do it. I think it's a waste of time and i think it sends the wrong message to your fans. I think that it says hey remember all of the reasons. You fell in love with me. Don't don't worry about those. Get this new album because i'll make money off of this one. It's just greed. I don't like it. I don't like the idea of it. I have an addendum to my initial thought which is i think she should rerecord it but i think each album should be a double album. One rerecord the original version as it's known on and then a second b side reinterpret the songs make them feel new indifferent. Whether it's i love that idea yeah i love it. If you're gonna give me something as a fan and if i'm crazy fan i want something different and taylor swift is so powerful that i can i betcha she could she could to negotiate with she could withhold a music. She's calling the shots now period anything that happened to her career she's in control of so she tells her new label which is just distributing her new album lover if she tells them i don't want to put my new album up on spotify spotify or apple music unless they remove my old recordings i bet apple music and spotify. It'll be like all right. Well only stream in your new versions of your old songs and then she really screw over scooter abroad who paid three hundred million dollars for big machine. Okay that's great for the fans but for the regular person that really wants the original versions of those songs because those are the songs that they felt that's argument now. It's not i'm not dying to hear a new version of tug mcgraw tim tim august. It's a ballot her owning her own work as does. She said it's about her. Profiting doesn't own it. Somebody else owns. It is my point. It's not her. She's not owning it. She's pretending that she's owning it but she's not. She's just got a new version sort of something that somebody already owns. A song is special not when it was recorded. I it's a time in your heart. It signifies visor place where you were in your life. That's what music does it takes you back to that place. I think it's all a waste of time but whatever we have a difference of opinion on this well the head of her former label able big machines copper shutt- after taylor announced plans to rerecord her back catalogue he posted a photo of the mona lisa <hes> on instagram and that underneath it said an original beauty accept no substitute that is like a caddy natty highschool posting it. I love it. I think it's stupid. Of course it's new but it's hilarious. Though speaking of scooter braun he congratulated ratchet taylor swift on the release of her new album lover he said on twitter regardless of what has been said the truth is you don't make big bets unless you are a believer and always have been brilliant album with lover congrats taylor swift supporting was always the healthier option hashtag brilliant album hashtag brilliant campaign congrats <unk>. I think that was really shitty. Have him to even say that because he doesn't want to hear that from him she doesn't. I'm sure that tweet from him caused her unpleasantness unhappiness pain whatever it may be just even if i don't know if you watched the interview that she gave with c._p._s. but in that the interview aired on sunday at the c._b._s. Sunday morning would they brought up his name she literally. This is very childish to she. She see seal to literally said like she literally said that so the last thing you wanna do is somebody you think think you want you. Don't wanna hear them talking about your new album and congratulating you. You want to hear anything you want to shut the fuck up and go away and not exist. Here's my theory on that pending adding lawsuit. This will come up in court at a couple of years. Hey look. I've never spoke out. I never did anything she went on. Television went besmirched. May all i did was by a company. I just think a lot of this has to do with down the line. I really think there's something to that but we'll see. It's going to be a couple of years before anybody. He finds out finally after all that hype. Let's share our thoughts on the new taylor swift album which we still don't know how well it's going to do but it's already. It's already already not even a week. In the biggest selling album of the year it's already sold over six hundred fifty two thousand units in pure physical sales and by physical including digital like actual sales not streaming it remains to be seen whether hersholt do over a million or not but who cares i set the bar on this show at seven fifty and she's clearly going to reach that so to me. It's a big win for her. Her however the production on so many of the songs ruin it for so many reasons because it feels to me like leftovers overs and maybe they were like. I wonder if a lot of these songs were recorded around the same time. She recorded reputation. Sonically they feel too similar like almost feels like the same album but not as good like so. Many songs actually even feel like a part to like. I think cruel cruel summer. Some people are saying might be the next single after lover and hello. I think she even samples a song off reputation on that getaway car. It sounds so much like getaway car especially in the brig. Maybe that's why like it so much because that is kind of my favorite poppy for the radio so that's why i don't like it. I love getaway car because it felt fresh in different. Now i have to listen to it with those years because now i have a feeling as soon as i listened to ah when you've said it. I'll hear it also like lyrically. It feels like this is part. Two the sequel to that song she's so much better than the production on so many of these songs and the sound like the pop found that she chose them. It just feels stale and also like she's. She's so much better than a lot of the songs are great but then a lot of the choices that she makes like i'm fucking over the choice that she makes of wrapping in and talking a lot of the songs and she's still doing it on this album and its choice and i don't like it but then there are real moments of brilliance. It's on the album like for me. Paper rings is so unlike anything she's ever done before. It is a brilliant song. Lyrically sonically also the songs that the story that she did with the dixie chicks about her mother. I loved. I think it's one of the best songs along she's ever done. I don't hate the album i just don't like it as much as reputation and i know that she's capable of so much better and like i said when when i i heard the demo of lover her on the piano so much better i love pop music and there are a lot of artists that are making really cool. Pop music nick and there are moments of that on this album but then i also feel like pop music is confining her in a lot of ways like that v. veep pop that she's making this. She's so much better than that but you know what unclearly in the minority it seems like 'cause a critically that critics are loving this and from what i've been gauged like my gaze love it. The gays are loving. It and i think the general public is loving too. I'm in the minority already i think i think it's a good taylor swift record. It's kind of what i expected. I would have liked to have seen her. Push the envelope with the sound sound of pop music a little more. I don't think that she did i can pile on to the point that you made about it being reputation part to get some of that. I just think the sound sound is just kind of been done and i was looking for a little bit more dismore experimenting. You're the minority too. I think most people love it and that's great. I do like the record to me. It's an album that's kind of on in the background. It's not an arianna guerande banger record it serving a different purpose and maybe it's supposed to she's getting older lover for is for me. The one song that you hate the one note going through it. I liked that song. I find myself liking that song more and more archer the archer archer yeah. I'd like the archer more now than than i did when it came out and i liked it to begin with so it's funny. The archer and lover are my favorite songs. I think that's not her best in my opinion indian okay. We're gonna get some miley cyrus in a minute but i i gotta give a shout out to canvas <hes>. They set me some swag ugh. I love me some swag so thank you canvas. I included them in one of my videos. They sent me a really nice thermal cooler for my coffee and i actually had the brand. It's not cheap so thank you and i really love my canvas and i love that. There's so many different ways. 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I said we're gonna talk more miley and we are are. We are recording this before the v._m. As a couple of weeks ago she decided v._m. As she did i missed that because they were using. I heard a promo this show and i think i guess a few weeks ago. She wasn't scheduled to do the a._m._a.'s but now she is now. All is good of course somebody's got to check. Yes miley is really upset that she was not faithful to liam hemsworth. Shea went on this tirade way out. Not rant rant is better than tirade. She went on a stream of consciousness rant on twitter saying quote. I can accept the life. I've have chosen means. I must live completely open and transparent with my fans who i love and the public one hundred percent of the time. What i cannot accept is being told. I'm lying to cover up a crime. I haven't committed. I have nothing to hide. It is no secret that i was into partying in my teens and early twenties. I have not only smoked advocated for we'd. I've experimented mentioned with drugs. My biggest song to date is about dancing on molly and snorting lines in the bathroom. I fucked up and cheated in relationships. When i was young i lost a massive walmart deal at seventeen for ripping a bong. I got kicked off hotel transylvania for buying liam uh-huh pena's cake for his birthday licking. I swan on a wrecking ball naked. There are probably more nudes of me on the internet that maybe maybe any woman in history but the truth is once liam and i reconciled i meant it and i was committed. There are no secrets to uncover cover here. I have learned from every experience in my life. I'm not perfect. I don't wanna be it's boring. I've grown up in front of you but the bottom bottom line is i have grown up. I can admit to a lot of things but i refuse to admit that my marriage and because of cheating liam and i had been together the other for a decade i've said it before and it remains true. I love liam and always will but at this point. I had to make a healthy decision for myself to leave a previous life behind. I am the healthiest and happiest. I have been in a long time. You can say i'm a torquing pot-smoking foul mouth hillbilly but i am not a liar. I am proud to say. I am simply a different place from where i was when i was younger. I actually find that that statement problematic for two reasons kind i i just don't believe her which part all of all of all of it okay okay. I think she was cheating. Maybe she wasn't physically cheating but maybe she was emotionally cheating. Maybe liam picked up on the fact that there was something something happening between her caitlin carter. You don't have to hook up or have sex with somebody to cheat on your spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend and secondly the the biggest red flag in where she was definitely lying is. She claimed that she was now. Now the healthiest she's been in a long time but she said that same bullshit last year when she was promoting her last album right you know when she came out with malibu and that whole record record the kind of flopped she talked about how she gave up smoking weed than how she was so healthy. Was she lying then or is she lying now. I'm gonna assume she's lying now now. Something doesn't add up to me. She said she's not cheating or has cheated. Last time i checked. There wasn't a statement out. There was nothing nothing out there when she was out there making out with somebody else. As far as i know they're still married. I'm not saying it's anybody's duty to go online and call her out because i think that's stupid personally personally but my point is they saw this behavior when they were still in fact married. Now i don't know if you wanna call that cheating or not but the message passage that it puts out there to people who think that you're healthy and in the best place in your life and she was just what a month ago talking about how much she loves that kid and no no one could understand their marriage. There's a contradiction in there somewhere. That's not as pure as you're leading us to believe that it is. That's the only thing thing i would say to that. I i don't know if it's if it's truthful what she said. Absolutely i agree with everything you said and miley and this woman and caitlin carter continue to be together as a couple. It seems like or just i don't know it's weird with women. It's as well i guess gay. Men are similar to a heterosexual man. Heterosexual women are operate in different rules but girl on girl and guy on guy. I you could just hook up with your friend and hook up with them regularly and not really deep dating they could just be your hookup buddy so that may be what's going on with with miley and caitlin carter but the two of them continue to spend time together and getting very physical in public. They were at soho house together taking out all over the place and if you've never been to soho house is this really you know. Exclusive members only club slash bars are slashed lounge last restaurant where nobody doesn't matter who you are. Photos are not allowed in there so you can do whatever you want but you but you don't but people don't oh. You don't really do that so house. You don't make out all over the place like miley and caitlin carter. Did i think if you're just a regular member and you're being obnoxious like that. They'd probably ask you to stop or leave. I don't know i mean i've seen people make out at the soho house a ton of time and the whole you can't take pictures. That's not true either. People people take pictures of their supposed yeah. You're not supposed to have flash photography at no but i think if you're just kind of hanging out like i went there for dinner. I don't know a couple of weeks weeks ago and we took pictures at no. No one ever said hey. You can't take pictures and we were taking pictures at dinner. So i've seen some behavior there that contradicts everything thing that is supposed to be also in that circle is brody jenner who similarly continues to be very public with his new girlfriend. Dan josie ken saco brody celebrated his birthday recently and went out and not only is he with this girl he had a little birthday dinner and invited the woman josie ken saco and her mother too and his mother so like the parents are meeting and everything add had girl is so thirsty josie ken saco when it was yeah no come on when he's thirsty but he's also a jenner so there's a he's also he's also a dude. He's got some new hot girl. He's of of course he's thirsty but there's but there's something about brody where he's always been a little uncomfortable in the spotlight so he's not as thirsty as the rest of the family. Gotcha like what i was gonna. Say is the skirt. He's not a total war. No phase increase uncomfortable with a lot of those things the girl josie when it was brody's birthday. She basically dragged him in a video into she's like come come closer. He noticed her filming him and he got really uncomfortable for a moment and of course she uploaded that little video on her instagram story. She wanted a video of him on on his birthday on her instagram story of course and he looked uncomfortable. He didn't wanna do that. You know like he's not really down to be so public with her yet or or i don't know what <hes> and also when he was out partying after the birthday dinner with her and her mom and his mom he went out to a club warwick nick and his friend frankie delgado from the hills was there and frankie did an instagram live and got brody and and then of course joe. Where's where's your girl like med. Sitting on. The instagram live like all these raw thirsty people. Alexei isn't the only one with breaking news takes you to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the a._p. News minute honestly honestly honestly there things everyone can do to to help protect their sexual health talk to a healthcare provider and find out about all your h._i._v. prevention options because honestly our health is worth protecting find out more at honest about h._i._v. H._i._v. dot com. You know who else is very thirsty. Who fifty cent really. He's still thirsty hopped last week. Thank you may have seen this video that he shared of wendy williams outside of a party that he hosted trying to get in and him refusing refusing her entry. Did you see that oh god yeah. That's just so uncalled for. It's one thing to be a troll on social media which he is but it's another thing to be a troll in real life to me. That's just gross bright. He's vindictive person to like that's just gross like you know. Wendy showed up to this bar injure or club space in jersey probably not for for fifty cents but snoop was performing and she wanted her son to meet snoop and just check it out and eventually she did. She did get to meet up with snoop oop but he did not make it easy on her fifty cent and i think the police had to escort her to see snoop and it was such a stupidity. Yes what's the purpose of the beef. The fact that he just doesn't like the sh- she's reported on him so many takes out late. That's it yeah and he continued. Can you this that was last week. Then this weekend. Tiffany haddish comedian and actress and host shared a photo on instagram <hes> her and wendy williams a positive photo. She was happy to be catching up with wendy. Fifty cent not only saw that but felt the need need to re graham that photo and call wendy ugly motherfucker jesus christ. Yes let me read you the exact quote. I think i got the jersey fed tiffany not just leading the comment on tiffany's photo regressing coming in posting it on his own feed fifty cents and tiffany wait. There's a monster on your shoulder. Don't move whatever you do. Don't look up to your left l._l. Motherfucker has tag lead chat hashtag the king hashtag branson cognac now that reveal that all he's doing all of this for attention for his liquor company. That sounds about right. That's so lame 'cause diddy has iraq and he doesn't need to resort to this kind of stupidity and vindictive and nastiness to to promote serach and listen. Did he's a big promo hor he's always fucking promoting sarah but he doesn't have to do it. It just leaves a bad add taste in my mouth. I promote my. I'm using this new service to make personalized video greetings. It's called star sewn up. If you wanna personalized personalized video greeting for me you can get it at star sonal dot com slash wait a minute. The other one's still using that one too and i'm using another one which i also i'm everywhere star selling at dot com slash perez hilton. I'll add that after like what am i stupid. This is how i feel post sort ever which aren't stupid. I think they're fun. Let's go at stupid. I wouldn't you know i wouldn't call somebody ugly. Motherfucker then put stars dot com slash parades. You could do it to me. It'd be funny. I think i would laugh. Maybe i will do that. People get mad at you and i'll be like whatever people can i get a cut. That's all care about no but then people might get mad. People might get mad at me for real like why are you call it that person and ugly motherfucker. That's true but we would have the last laugh because we both would be getting paid. You see so i wouldn't care. I don't know how you're going to get paid. You're gonna pay me no. Thanks thought this episode of the p._h._p. Is brought to you you by progressive saving money on your car. Insurance is easy with progressive. It's an average savings of six hundred ninety nine dollars a year for customer immerse who switch and save in fact customers can qualify for an average of six discounts on their auto policy when they switched to progressive discounts just for starting ardinger quote online or owning multiple vehicles get your quote online at progressive dot com and see how much you could be saving discounts not available in all states and situations all right well from that to more wacky news. This is hilarious that i think we may have mentioned the hypocrisy last week of prince harry flying four private planes eleven days when he claims to be a big environmentalist that story had a lot of legs and a lot of the domino effect a lot of different things happened in the wake of that first elton john said that he paid for prince harry to take his private plane to stay with the or at their house in the south of france and that they they made sure that the private flight that prince harry and meghan markle and baby archie took to france was carbon neutral by donating donating money to the carbon footprint which is a scam rich. People who are environmentalists are now doing basically if you're rich you care about the environment but you still wanna take your private flight for whatever reason rich people are now donating money to charities or causes that do different with things like plant trees but they're still taking their private planes. It's a tax write off on top of it so you're right. It's a total scam. You want to help the environment. Stop doing doing shit that hurts the environment absent well. That's exactly what greenpeace said. Greenpeace responded to. They say it the way. I said it's not not quite that way but they said in response to what elton said and what what prince harry's been doing. They basically say that that doesn't work. That's like a temporary band aid a temporary fix fix but it's not really making things better in the long term so i thought that was funny and then that was elton who has a family friend of prince harry's one of meghan. Markle's also best friends says that the criticism she's been receiving over. This is racist that people are being racist and i'm like hello. Hello i think i remember specifically basically just calling out prince harry not meghan markle and last time i checked prince harry's white the whole rap stupid what the hell is race have to do with it. Nothing nothing nothing zero but my favorite thing that happened oh my gosh after all all of this prince william harry's brother his wife kate middleton and their kids flew commercial the same within days of all of this scandal breaking but not another it gets better. They didn't just fly commercial scotland. They i flew a budget airline. Wow that's like the flying south west or even though even cheaper like spirit airlines they. I love spirit. I love the big front seats. I always get those flu. Spirit airlines to me that was that did not make the the situation with prince harry better that only highlighted what harry did and made william look better and it is just indicative <hes> and reflective and just goes to show that there really is beef between the brothers. You had to look at look at the optics of all of that okay but i'm thinking about england england scotland. What does that like a twenty minute flight probably yeah why would you even book a a private jet. It just seems like wasting money. They could've taken one of the queen's helicopters copters and that would not have caused this stink trolling. Absolutely thank god with that go with that. We're totally. It's funny as hell. The only reason i would say that they weren't because something else. You've told me you said that it's kind of protocol that the royals they sometimes do fly commercial marshall but prince william idol no. Is there precedent to that. Do they always fly commercial when they go to scotland like that's what i'd wanna know because because they hadn't before that they're definitely trolling them. They were trolling less go that. I like that too well. Speaking of the british royals prince george william and kate's son is in the center of controversy here in america and controversy that has some legs it started last week on good morning america when lara spencer made a joke about prince george and ballet class and so many people are upset. I like your tone so far. Go ahead and get you. That ninety percent of the people that are upset didn't even watch the original video first of all. It was part of the pop culture segment on good morning. America wasn't a hard news segment and as part of the pop culture segment they expect these hosts to have an opinion okay brian they are asking of them to have their their own opinion and not just ask questions or read a prompt her so she joked quo. Prince william said george absolutely loves ballet. I have news for you william. We'll see how long that lasts. It was a joke and however less than sixty seconds or we've maybe even less than thirty seconds. After that joke she instantly added. You know what maybe he will love it so she kind of said without saying saying it. It was a joke and maybe he really will love it and she said it in a way that like there's nothing wrong with him taking ballet right. I don't see what she said is problematic having adding to that. Maybe i'm not the person to ask for their opinion on this because i got into my own controversy over my son and dad's class last year i do recall this. Here's what i think and i was her by the way she issued an apology. Which is hilarious larry's. No this is why i was talking about. It 'cause like well. It's still a good topic. She issued an apology on friday and then this morning she issued another apology. Hala g monday monday morning on good morning america she apologized again on air calling her statements insensitive and stupid and on top of that she interviewed male dancers which honestly i'm sure that it was the show that said we should do this but like hello oh right if you're going to have your host had opinions then you need to be prepared for things like this happening exactly and i like that you're saying that because i really thought you we're gonna go the other way on this one. Here's what i took from it and when i watched it and i knew what the segment was i. I watched the whole segment. I thought initially a that she was saying that kids just lose interest in anything five minutes after into it and that's all that i took from it. My mind didn't go to ballet terrible or it's for girls or anything like that. I just thought how kids react to everything. They just get bored of things and they move on. You think if your kid's going to be a big baseball star to later he's played hockey. That's how i took it and i would've just ignored all of it if i was her and said that but she must have been making fun a lot of kids that take ballet because she issued an apology and i don't know the whole thing is weird to me. That's where i said i don't. I also like it was a joke. It was clearly a joke and you're not allowed to joke anymore. Peres the joe polices out there. It's the police seriously huber. Most humor is low brow. Most humor is not elevated high humor. She's trying to be funny and a segment where they want you to be fine and she went for the easy joke and that's the easy joke and a lot of humor is based on stereotypes and stereotypes exists for a reason because they're real. It's the p._c. Police did that's all it is. You can't say anything anymore without people accusing you of this and that the other thing it's just it's too much well speaking of the the police. The real police cardi b. cardi b. cardi b. She's currently facing legal drama of her own but thought it'd be a good idea to insult the n._y._p._d. A friend of hers was going to have an event for back to school week a a school in the bronx where she's from but the principal decided to allegedly cancel the vet when he heard cardi b. was going the principal apple then said we didn't cancel it. We just wanted to make sure that we had enough security and that everything was going to be safe so we just aren't doing it right now but she went on instagram live to say i find that shit so fucked up the n._y._p._d. N._y._p._d. told the the school to cancel wobble block. She says i just find that shit so fucked up and fuck you and and motherfucking suck a fart and suffocate on it. Fuck you to the police. He's well next time. You need the police at your concert for security gulag. I you know you gotta be safe with the kids all right onto something couples does news <hes> if you haven't heard officially katie holmes and jamie foxx broke up and honestly i'm surprised they lasted for for six years mainly because they never in six years ever lived in the same city. She's she's lived in new york city and he's lived in in l._a. That's how you dated hollywood. You have to be on a different coast. That's the only way you could survive. They did survive for a long time so and there was all this drama about him. I am with this new girl that he's been seeing with and he wanted to set the record straight and let everybody know that she's just a protege of his and is staying with him but he's a lot of his artists. Stay at his house before okay about the all were ugly to to know he only mentioned guys. He said that nick cannon previously stated his house and ed sheeran even had stayed at his house when he needed a place to crash early auden his career all right and more couples news sophia ritchie scott disick s- girlfriend just turned twenty one to celebrate her birthdays. Scott disick gifted her brand new aston martin. Wow that's what at least two two hundred thousand dollars. I would guess i'm not sure i would think at least or maybe even three hundred thousand. I don't know that just seems like such a waste. It's a lease camman is it. I would bet you still gotta. Pay the least for as long. Maybe it's a one year lease. He's probably gonna do it one year at a time in case they break. I got a one year lease. You know he's paying two grand a month for that car two grand a month no way it's more than two grand a month. A range offers one hundred gs and that's about a thousand or maybe those are like twelve hundred a month. I'm not sure if an aston martin is quite two hundred thousand bucks i would say it's one eighty so i think it's probably like two two two thousand two hundred a month well all right then. It's not too bad for him. Twenty two hundred bucks big deal gets to look like a baller. That's on top of the probably the deal deal he made with the dealership. He's probably get it for free probably as low as well speaking of the car dash e in world thankfully we. We haven't spoken about them until the end of the show today <hes> lamar odem the acts of khloe kardashian has been chosen to be on the next season of dancing dancing with the stars and i gotta say that one hurt me a little bit. It hurt me a little because i would imagine the the only or main reason i haven't been on dancing with the stars is because the maybe they don't think i'm family friendly polarizing you you put naked pictures when you're on the internet yeah but lamar odom would sleep with prostitutes shipton of munster rugby and he will also joining the show this season season and it's the first time they've taken off a long time. They were doing two cycles a year. They stopped now because it's good because i miss it was a great great idea shows and its last legs follow lay well. It was last legs. It was just it was like it was constantly on t._v. You didn't get to miss it you know and now i miss it. It's been long enough. I'm like looking forward to watch just watch. I loved andras as i love that show yeah we'll hannah brown. The bachelorettes going to be on it. From queer eye. Sean spicer christie brinkley lauren elena formerly of american idol fifth harmony alum alli valley brook james vanderbeek mary wilson ray lewis kate flannery and kill mitchell and obviously this is a pretty good lineup not bad although a lot of people were upset and making a big to do about sean spicer being cast and actually one of the people making a big to do about it is the host of dancing dancing with the stars tom bergeron in a surprising move. He released a lengthy statement saying that he had sat down with the producers who serves and eggs exit a._b._c. and they had all agreed that there was not going to be anyone from the political world on this season because they thought that the show show needed a break from that and then they go and they cast sean spicer <hes> oh wow how cool i got the breaking news exciting gotcha shawn mendez and gumy lacob eos senorita has reached the number one spot on the billboard hot one hundred congratulations. It's his first ever number. One song will speaking of the bachelor verse bachelor nation hannah and hannah's doing dancing with the stars chris and there are reports about who the next bachelor will be bachelor peaked. Peter webber a pilot peter pilot pete. Yes the guy from westlake village. I think what are you don't know anything about him. You like him. What are your thoughts yeah i do he. He's a pilot. He seemed to have it altogether. Ca looking guy young likable so i like pizza pizza could pick well there. You go and more tv and film film news like a crossover there. Did you think you liked watching breaking bad baton back in the day right. God yes one of my favorite shows on t. There's breaking bad had movie. That's going to be premiering on net flicks. I think later this year. It's called el camino a breaking bad movie. Did you watch the trailer for that. I haven't seen the trailer looking forward to it cool well. I don't have an opinion. I never watched it and finally to last things before we take a couple of calls. I like to give credit where credit is due and i thought this was really cool of him. Communist weekend showed up in dayton ohio with kin and their kids and his whole sunday service choir to perform for victims and family and friends of the shooting that happened there recently so that was really cool conway and also over the weekend very emotional. Arianna guerande returned to manchester where sh you know she performed performed two years ago and twenty two people died. She took to the stage as part of manchester pride and i was very happy to see her there and see people enjoying her there her take a couple calls paper and tape booker. My name's karen. I'm calling from nashville tennessee and the first time calling. I'm actually really excited. What about it. My my question is actually her both as you. I know that you don't think music news. This week is here's this new album lover and pres- i did watch your fly reaction on youtube and i was actually surprised. I thought that you would be over the moon excited about it but i do agree that it is reputation two point oh just a bubble gum version russian but my question is with the reaction from a lot of general public. A lot of people are saying that of course you had better songs in the psalms that she shows a single in question for you is what would you guys have done differently with her album roll out. What would you pick for the single the promo singles and have a part to do you think that it's time time for her to switch up her producers and goes to different production teams and you have any predictions for i'll make great call i would actually i still you don't but i still love. You need to calm down. I would have chosen that as the first single. I think if that would have been the first single would have been it would have set the tone very differently being done much better that would have been a much bigger hit so yeah that would have been my first single and then. I don't know what it done after that it just depends. I don't think she needed to change jenny thing. I don't know if any of it really matters what she rolls out. I what comes out last. What's on the record versus what you didn't hear before about. I don't care at the end of the day. It's the album that i'm gonna gotta live with forever and i think it's okay. It's not one of my favorites but there you go. I love your agreeing with may. I have warmer feelings about it than you do. I think you see the pluses and minuses but i'm just listening to the heart of it and i think the heart of it. It's like i said a good taylor. Swift record not a great one. It's not read it's not it's not even nineteen thousand nine. It's just it's good. It's okay all right. Well there you go. You're agreeing with me type booker. This is tania. I'm dying. Ah just cracking up at this episode i so wanna be the vagina anyway so i have a data and i'm also registered nurse grinding dude like no a little bit about this female. Do actually you're in ejaculation not all females however it is. It's pretty selective. I are not selected but it just happens here and there a personally i don't think i i do have friends that have been kind of talked out it without i think the mixed up comes from the fact that the ejaculate built up in the bladder and actually empties through the eureka which is the same place. Obviously you urinate problem so it appears as though p but it's not like the actual fluid that is acting erie threat is ejaculate is a totally different like chemical makeup. Then what is your go. Booker was totally wrong. You didn't know either. What do you mean. Booker was totally wrong. I still it gets paid by the way i did not. I didn't think it was i had never i was fighting you on that from the very beginning. We didn't know don't act like you knew you had no. I did not think it was. We were to clueless freaking. I was fluted than you all all right well. That's a great place to end. If you have a call about anything give us a ring eight hundred seven two one one one eight five. That's that's eight hundred seven two one one eight five and we will see you guys on thursday. Oh and if you like our show you're going to love house of kim with kim. Zoll souls eac on podcast one join kuenzel's eac bearman of real housewives of atlanta along with husband croix and the rest of the family as she teaches her mindset of asking believing and receiving and takes you along for the amazing ride known as her life checkout house of kim every week on apple podcasts and podcast one a._p. News is sponsored by a._d._t. 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Just going to read it what you were reading, what brought it that would be great. I know the host is like, how do you wanting to bring you up? He said, grain is the greatest white comedian. Establish the from the great white north. So no, Colleen. Maguire who books the moon, tar comedy festival. Good friend. She was like, have you seen Chattan this before we met? You had heard your stuff on serious, but we hadn't like hung out. So she's like he is a fucking killer. Like he just just sleighs and we were on the show with you at the at Anton towns Speakeasy or whatever, and you were Fanta you delivered. That's a lot of praise the come in at that level that you delivered. That's nice. And I love that you, you also come with a perspective that is not a coastal perspective in New York or LA perspective, which I think is very important and fresh and perfect for this podcast, being the dumb the dump springs up. She's brings up anywhere. She dumps she, the dumb ghosts can show many where we goes freely where. All right. Okay, good. So we do believe the world's getting dumber are dumb boots on the ground. There actually are smart people, but there are there dumped on grown there. There dumbly on the ground are d-box as as Brennan are sound. Man says the d-box they have sent us these stories, Dan, do you have one? I do. Let's do it. Maybe sending by Ricky at messy and stress e messing feel right. You feel a little rat movie with Ricky. Tabby Ricky ticket. Tabby? Yeah, that's a secret, right? I think it's him, but you. It's the rats of nimh. I don't remember all the MRs frisbee brisby brisby is that dickens novel him right? Lisbie she's she's be. She's pronunciations. Stay Willis Mizzou. Sheasby we'll be people. That I pronounce the word wrong while making a joke about pronunciation, and it wasn't even. Her. Colorado Springs Colorado God's country. It really is just ask them when they have a book festival. It is just the bible just the only available at various different kinds of the king Jane everything from the King James. A group of teens smashed a van through the storefront of Colorado Springs pot dispensary and stole a number of items on display inside. Did they get away? Yeah. Okay. So they drove this was their plan Dr van through the front of a store and don't pardon me park pairs e that's ballsy. Yeah. Part of me says, don't have an all glass front of your mom, dad camper van. Kinda use it for. A friend. One of these kids went in through. To front them. In front. I can. I make one change to the plant right here. Here front. Going to go in and take stuff. Going for all. Into the place. Let me not getting out of the van roll the windows down. The person driving is like guys. I'm not good at parking yet. Can we drive to what if it was a parallel parking accident with trying to get. All right. Go right days grabbing stuff, but the owners of native roots are the ones who got the last laugh native roots. I smash that store just for the non name. I feel like we're getting the last laugh right guy. I thank you. Wonder, people who say that like who, what? What crime or people at guys, we're going to commit this crime. We're gonna get the last laugh on this native roots. Got the last laugh. I know, but then we'll who's? Why are they? Why would they be laughing? I don't know. Find out the owner told eleven news that they don't put real marijuana in the items in the display. Cat is the last day get to TIMMY. Okay. I've always wanted to do this. You've been to house parties. There's a keg for when we were. You know, one of these parties would've loved duels, cable people start acting drug done. It. Somebody did it in Chicago. Oh, my God would be the best people. I remember that Adam Sandler skit from either the hell happened to me. They're all gonna laugh. You like, hey, man, I'm I'm so high like, oh, you're hiring. I'm so I'm really, yeah, man. That's just a. That's just parsley whenever news like I'm drunk. Oh, you're really drunk. So drunk man duels that they said he's a. All right. I'm on asset just gave you a piece of paper. Yeah, and then he's gotta go away for a minute and then he walks away. What did you do like? I shot myself. There were no bullets. Such a good skit, simple. Yeah, that's what happened at the parties. College kids, how dumb these guys are they, they, they made how smart native roots is. Can we give native Ruth a little bit of back on the native roots back there store on name alone, but I don't ever put the good stuff out in the display you drive through the front window is at a breaking and entering or just brakes action appropriately and criminal mischief. It's a breaking while entering it's not breaking during its Brenton. Yes, it would. Yeah, you'd have to not break guess with this fake pot? Yes, kids weren't laughing. They weren't. They did get the last one. I love that part. Drive, if you drive through, don't get out of your car, have you entered or you just broke, you just said you just broke. It didn't really enter just reaching the will you did enter the store though, Ross the threshold, what did they charge them with? Not breaking and entering because they never used their breaks. Not breaking. Breaking and then entering by not breaking entry. There's also a DMV teacher there being like Mark offer that the headline of this is these hit shop only get away with oregano. That's what they put in there, though the teens didn't get away with what they thought they still left a mess. So maybe they got the last level? Yeah, for employees at the academy boulevard in Austin, bluffs Parkway, shop to clean up at by the way EDNA. That to the native roots to the walking tour. Yeah. Quote, the van went all the way through the front foyer of the business and inside said sergeant, Elsie Morgan, Elsie Morgan, my favorite from the seventy initials yell periods. I not e. l. s. like my great grandmother. Yeah, the cat. There's like old Elsie. She's not giving milk. Certain names were like older guys have what are now predominantly feminine names? Yeah, like there's some guys named Connie Roka's are. Yeah, connie. Jensen? Yes. Browning. He's awesome. Mcgillicuddy Elsie Morgan, Diane, Wayne, gay Gezi. I mean, he's a sergeant. Yeah, with the Colorado Springs police department, the smash and grab happened just after one in what he called it. A smashing up the road here happened just after one AM in front of several witnesses. What's going down on the street at one AM pot shop. People have just bought pot though, like nothing weird happens at. David, they're teenagers. They probably told their friends. Here's what we're gonna. Do. We have a great spaghetti sauce recipe. We need some Oregan and I know where Iraq. Great. Your typical spring, smash and grab. I was coming out of work and all the sudden we heard this big old crash says, get ready for this one. Brent Rathbone w. r. a. t. h. b. o. any that name. I've never heard of blacker name. Phone Brent Rathbone. He sounds like he's owned breaker. Who was Bob break? Right. Right. Breaker is bump breakers, game game. You play Rathbone rat Rathbone Rathbone grab your skis man, Golan. What's up man, we set eleven. I was coming out of work on all sudden we we. So I don't know who he's with heard this unless he's like one of those guys always. Well, we heard this who here we. Aggressives trent. Chester. Dress. Dress and Brent Rathcoole going up from work. From work and all of a sudden we chat and Brent taking off lunch. Again, this big old crash, the suspects came out with bunches of marijuana in their arms. Well, it wasn't really wasn't marijuana, Rathbone called police. He said, suspects. I love this. Brent Rathbone said the suspect showed their gratitude with him calling the cost by throwing a beer bottle at his head teens don't give isn't that Rathbone to just go the opposite direction. While they showed their gratitude, they actually showed the by. If we got raft. Again, we could create a dungeons and dragons style game of dumb people town. A character, and then someone like it would have to be me because I've read all these, like guide you through try and survive through dumb people Rathbone like a rat, like worth twelve, right? You. You are mad at your stepdad on the ground is a burrito, a broken pocket knife, like you have to say what you're going to pick up to fight stepdad with. Wait here comes off school diploma, dunk. So we call it dumb and drag it. Why did I do that? To me? Dan came up with dome. We need to come up with dumb Jin's and dragon, right? That's the only thing for it. Okay. Done dumb Jin's and book. Well, this is what Rathbone said, quote, I just decided to call the cops and we decided to get their plate number and everything. And then I get a beer bottle thrown at me. Is that rhetorical. Are you surprised by the people that you are trying to like ring out arrested? They're gonna be mad. People drove into a store. You're lucky. They didn't try and run you down wrath and then get this. I'm ratting on them. Of all things. You know what they were drinking and driving. I don't care as a problem with. With the van for that to the van, which police have determined was stolen. These teens, they still van? Yes. Didn't wanna traced I get it was left behind by the suspects heart and still running sitting well inside the store. That is a lot of smoke coming out of the back of it Rathbone and he just keeps inserting himself. Yeah, again, for a second. We're good. Just remembered. Another thing. Articles already written in posted, but I didn't tell you this one. You want to, but we're going to go ahead and just Jeff, just take a statement just take your kind of want to hear it. What's the other thing keeps saying his name? I, they, they left it parked in running running. Thank you guys. Got that. Yeah, we got it. Yeah. Okay. Well, let me know if you need any. Here's my. We will also guys like. Like. Really thought about being a cop. Like I could have passed the test like, say, he's in line for a follow cake. And the guy behind was wearing like a veteran of four warhead. He's like really thought about joining it up. I thought about it a lot about a lot we should. We should hang out sometime. I'm super fun. I work at a bar that closes at one. Like the cops get so mad at him inserting himself that they pick up the bottle in throats. Trying to ruin your work. I am trying to give information the cops, throw everything does that is people trying to tell them to do how to do their job. And they're mad at me. Rathbone and other witnesses told police. They saw the group leave in a separate getaway car, waiting on the other side of the dispensary. This some high aching by the way for their parents who are like, we've never seen these kids ever finish a project for this is some follow-through, right? Just be like nice, follow-through officers, believe there were two people in the van when it crashed into the store and two others in the getaway vehicle native roots is not the only place police believe the group hit overnight. Yeah, vans. Did they steal the up? The re located just up the road and burglarized around the same time. Was the liquor store named three thirsty goats? No, yes. This talent I can tell you it was around the same. Okay. But before Rathbone. We, we. They get that bottle. Great call Zane grey point. We got it definitely going to be done. Oh, there's more. Okay. What. You know, I want to know if you guys wanna talk. No. We gotta finish dumb. Man. Okay officers. This is how just one more thing. If if I could get a ride home. How will you have a car here? I know I always wanted to write, doesn't have lights. Okay. You might get that ride. Officers tell this is how premeditated these teams were officers. Tell eleven news. They think some of the suspects broke into that liquor store to cause a distraction while their accomplices drove into the dispensary. So maybe it literally was happening at the exact same time. Synchronising watches, swatch watches you guys still from liquor store. We're going to hit up these guys just want to have a party creative version models. Right, right. Yes, this is. This is my problem is why I'm happy. I'm raising kids in Los Angeles is I think there's just too much free time to plan Capers like this in Colorado Springs? Yeah. What else are you going to do the kids. You have kids? Yeah, hold your kids. Not my son's nineteen. My daughter's fourteen. Okay. All right. All right. So if your kids tried to put like where you live, too. Small town. Yep. There's not much to do. Are you ever worried like they're gonna get any something because there isn't enough to do get into meth worried about that, but well, it it used to be. So I guess they'd get in huge trouble now. But I remember when I was in college, there was a party going on and we went to this place called stop and go. It was a gas station. All right. And then there was a Budweiser truck and little Debbie's truck and we took them the back, took them both the truck, the trucks, oh, God, and roll them up to the party. The party. We were like, we got the beer. We got the snacks, all my guy, and then that's mmediately you know, everybody was like, what in the and then we ended up taking him back and got in some decent trouble, but what was the trouble what was jail time or no jail time, but we we a lot of probation. Yeah. And then had. To pay fines and stuff. But when we brought him back, they checked everything and everything was still there. Thank goodness. We thought it'd be hilarious. Just to be like guys, we went to the store and by the way. That is hilarious. A good joke joke. You were making jokes, even back yet, did my. I'm trying to keep this party LOKI. There's only two people here that are twenty one we're in college has called the cops. Yes. Your air breaking in front of the part, and the two people that were twenty one had to take three years of community college because that's what it was. Perfect. You know what better for. A university park. Thank aureus. Thank you for getting me to get my education teens caused thousands of dollars damage. Eleven news has previously reported on a string of similar crimes involving spring springs teens. This is straining. The break in bailing vehicle springs driving facing. Screen. Sears, spring teeth rings my van anyway. They reported on a string of similar crimes involving springs teens, stealing vehicles, then driving them into businesses. This is happening on the red in and see. So this is like an epidemic like eating tide pods and other cities. Wow, this is driving car. Did you have to have the tide pod? Talk with your kids. Know they're smart. Very smart. Kids don't do nineteen year old in college. Yes, he's in college now away from you or near two hours away. Okay, that's good. That's enough. I like that split my kids are five years apart. I've attended a five, so I'm just like behind you. My my sister and I were five years apart and it worked well because we weren't in any school at the right, right. And there isn't like a competition and also like once the older one leaves, you still has someone in your house that is. That I have a straggling, our. Are we hanging out to your fourteen year old? What's up? I guess we're just hanging out. No, no, we'll get this that stating if Wednesday morning shenanigans were related Morgan acknowledged the resemblance, probably begrudgingly they're not doing a connection of this seem the same. Like you mean? Exactly. Say now is this turned the job at officer, wrath, both. Appointed newly appointed. The people. Well, here's my thing like Rathmell definitely has theories about how this is all related at home. He's got a huge map with all the beautiful things. Yeah. Mind garage. But I mean, I do you think this is police speak for trying to keep it quiet like that they believe that they don't want to. I don't know. Quote, there does. This is a quote from Elsie. There does appear to be a pattern with regards to similar crimes like this, not only with dispensaries, but with other businesses as well, which means they're just hitting up whatever they want you. If you have a storefront business in Colorado lay in your bed at night and be worried that some of the drive a truck. That's the thing that story one, you do have like the Braveheart sticks pointed drive in done. I think Rathbone was part of this, and I think he was there to throw off the Cup you own question. The cops allow those kids to get away. I think he called the cops to make them trust him, and then he gave them a bunch of fake for me, just got him away. It would work. It would work rap on, but all you got was. Oregano anyway, which is Rathmell. You're gonna start putting. I think like on sidewalks in front of like storefront. They're going to put the two or three polls close post in front of gotta. That story with one guy down. Yes. Chad Daniels is with us. This is dumb people town. We have more great stuff. So stay with. Hey, guys want to talk to you about my new favorite thing in the bedroom. No, it's my time. People know it's my Brooklyn and sheets. Brooke linen sheets are the softest best sheets ever. Tell a little story. My wife was an interior designer when she does people's rooms and makes their rooms up for them. She likes to buy sheets and sort of get their say, this is how you make your bed here. The pillows here, but the sheets on this, how we do it. 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So you got an early, you've probably already heard your name or are you're going to hear it soon? And I don't like when podcast do like, here's forty five names here sixty nail rattle off take enough time to actually say thank you to each and also, you know if sometimes in pockets here forty five names, you're like, how can I skip to get through this? Because these people are part of our town and we want to skip over Andrea Lewis neither over Andrew. I don't. I like to take my time. I like to get nice and wide. When I read something as Kris Jenner, say, I got one citing high. Winner, I get why to on the j. win. So many of the guests that are going to go into sounds like a like a like a meter. Just walk out of here on this next one on Kelsey walk. There you go. I walk out of here on Cathy Walker, Texas ranger, can't. I will never ask law brothers, you guys doing this to any of these, namely, Lisa van Amorin. These are gotta be from Wisconsin. 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Daniel. If he has one more name, he's a serial killer. John Daniel. Thank you. Casey, John. Hey, thank you to everybody who did this and we really appreciate you join the drip. You guys would love big deal. And yet it is a big deal because it gives you all kinds of extra stuff and really supports the show, I think were pushing up around five hundred. I wanna get to five. I think we can do that. All right. Let's jump back in this was sending by David j. Basque home at Mr. David j who I think we recently earn. Oh, yeah, right. And and this, yes, yes, you're gonna. You're gonna hear that. Ask him. Detaille Basco does sound like like a guy who's like a country guy who all the people in the rap world just trust like he. I know he looks. He shows up in overalls racist, but incredible ask, do you guys want to sample for this? Well, DJ best. We get a DJ Bascom was going to ask home draw Bascom. Yeah. A woman who tried to spicy food challenge of this is also a little gross deserving. I've told you a woman who tried spicy food challenge and ended up arrivals for the stay in the hospital and bleeding from the bum vowed to never do it again. Oh, I'm sorry, has vowed to definitely do it again, do it again if I had a chance, I would do this again as like blood is trickling out of our ask. You took a spicy food challenge. It ruined her to the point where she had to go to the hospital and she's, I'm gonna do this again once my anal fissures he'll go ahead. Yeah. Blood's blood clots friendships. Don't Shannon SHA an Ian, Shannon, Shannon, Shannon, aren't you? Golding said, no, thank you. Was rushed to the hospital pooing blood a day after chopping down on the infamous samyang hot chicken flavor, Cup Rahman as part of a viral spicy Rahman challenge. Okay. So so she's not even like at a wings contact. I had friends. I thought this was like. Around whether no, there was a crowd of people at a bar going like, let's go eat eighty. Have this ghost pepper and you're like, I understand the peer pressure, but the internet mater, do this. Which is icy, Rahman challenge eat something and put your body in for at least get a free shirt. You eat food are your spicy food. I like spicy food, spicy. What state are you? Can you go like you can go. If someone said here, eat ghost pepper, we don't know. You could absolutely not. But like if they're like that typhoon and they're like, it's, it's spicy. Like it's place. Jit Lada is type player. It is. Oh. Seeing a picture of right now. So I guess this Rahman that is spicy. There's fire and not even doing anything to it. You're just eating something that's supposed to be yourself. Packages a purple that you normally don't see in the something I guarantee you, there's a townie, listen this who's eaten this? Yeah, I to let you know my spicy pallet. I live in town where the Mexican restaurant is called taco. John's. Gotcha. There's a ninety gentleman John. Wrapped in this white bread. Hot potato chicken flavored Rahman. I never went through Rahman state the only place where white people taking Mexicans jobs in this country, John stucco jets. Did you guys do you ever fuck with Rahman. My kids love Ramal. There's there's an amazing Rahman restaurant that's that's real tight about the package. For my kids. I, we bought cups of it. I never Rahman Cup around. This looks like every indication on here there is a person with is that they're her thumb up or a finger up, kind of saying like those like the chef, she screaming something she looks completely chicken is it is that. It is a chicken and they're giving you the thumbs up. You can see this on the dumps. Now. Then there's like four, five peppers in the upper right corner of the fire and the word Malla which mile in Spanish means bad, but this is Robin, it's a different thing. It looks like it's something no idea. I'm going to help people don't eat it or do eat it and tell me what does it say? Hot chicken flavor around hot is all caps highs. All cats serious. Don't mess with this unless you want like end crave wrong. The character is that chicken is bleeding from his anus. There's a little spot behind thought. I had to have a procedure a camera, put in my body because I had blood in my stool. And then after this everything goes down, the doctor goes, everything's fine with you. I don't know why you would have done this because if eat beets and I said, no, I don't eat beets. And then I remembered that I'd eaten half of a red velvet cake the day before I found glove. And so I had this whole procedure. Because I read Bill. That's should have been on your list of, hey, do ninety day red velvet cake. That should be something you remembered before you way completely agree. You. Cake, you're allowed to be concerned about seeing coloring your soul. But at some point before you have to camera, put inside of you put one on the. I was in a golf match, and the guy brought me red velvet cake because he knew it would distract me. And by the end of it, I was being an asshole, and putting with one hand and just eating handfuls on the green. That's still eating like you're the king of a country that doesn't exist. Yes, dropping red velvet all over the green then dropping very careful. You're getting all, but then, yeah, the next day I was like, oh, no, something's wrong with my body. Well, that's like when my kids like cupcakes with like green icing on it, and their stuff would come out like fluorescent green. And you're like, did you eat a daily. Happen. So Shannon Golding she is Shannon e. n. Golding she was rushed to the hospital with all her blood because she tried to do the spicy Rahman challenge. Shannon was with pow Keelan UN's worth. That is not a real name when they videotape themselves on. Yep. When they videotape themselves doing the challenge and despite her diagnosis and doctors warnings, the woman has vowed to do it again this time with even hotter noodles twice. She's a dummy to try it. But since she she becomes a member of dumb people town by saying it. Again, this is actually what that Britney Spears song about loops pope's. I. And shannon. From Greater Manchester Wigan said. I would say this challenge was deadly, but it was definitely a successful talent. Why? How is it successful that you're shitting? I thought I'd be able to to complete it all, but I didn't ever think I'd end up in the hospital. How is that successful lease defines if it maybe she's defining says that way that we can't development jobs, you'll break out of the prison. Then he gets stabbed any wakes up from his stabbing because we're here in a hospital did send the prison. You know how people speak a little differently when they're reading the as they have to go from word to word, believed that Shannon actually talks like that. So I think perfect. I was, yeah, six, seven, eight. I started getting really bad pains so did Keelan but his as bad as mine. Here's a gross alert later. This is gross alert for the listener. I'm trigger-happy if you need to listen later on the next later on the next day I went to the toilet. It was just pure blood quote. So I had to go to the are and they were asking me if I had hemorrhoids or things like that. I didn't, but I have. I b s and spicy noodles. I think you found the recipe. I was telling the catch and nursing. I was telling the doctors and nurses about it, and they just started laughing at me. These are. This is the best hospital that she sounds like Chuck Berry. She says, I told the doctors and nurses. They just started laughing at me is yeah. I found out that the spicy noodles had triggered me to start pleading that is an English hospital. Like if you told me that there's a hostile England where they still smoke, I be like, yeah, yeah, they laughed. I was in pain, but I wasn't really thinking about it. I was just laughing at the fact that it made me go to the hospital, so you're laughing and they're laughing, you made it okay for them to all my family was Astle is laughing in some ways. Yeah, throwing laughing. So all my family where they're telling me I was a dope. They were all panicking, and I just found it really funny. This person is gonna weed herself out of this planet within a year, this part of natural selection, and she's trying hard. She's leaning in on that dumb people, where are they now find out, let's let's get. Let's check back w where they've been. But I would like to see where this woman is after another hot Rahman challenge. Right? All my friends were like, well, that's typical Shannon, Shannon for you that. So I was talking about golf. There's one time I was planning to. We're in Saint Louis plan on a public course concourse for like in Saint Louis where like some will will not be wearing shirt. Yeah. Shores guys saying they're having this conversation and like were on the whole, were going to the green and their t- over the next. Like we're hearing a lot of their conversations as we're coming up the fair snippets, snippets have it, and they're just talking about this girl that apparently they all knew, quote, unquote. Her name was Sherry, and they're just like, get this about Sherry and she'd doing this. And then just this guy is like he just kinda had enough of the whole conversation that Sherry fire you and then and this is lived in the lexicon. Shaming fire. Yeah. It is. I have a reputation for doing stuff like this shit. Stop, don't don't you wanna reputation for not doing things like this once we'll see, but then. Okay, so I've Janati is wrapped up in. Okay, so that's my. Do you never know someone that was so stupid that like, you know, in their heart of hearts day, didn't wanna do stupid stuff anymore, but that's who they work, right? It's like it's like the horrible laugh. Right? Somebody wants in the office was like that laugh is a door and everywhere they go. Awful. Don't courage there. Billy goat in here like the jackass guys, like I feel bad for them at some point. Don't they wanna be like, I don't wanna ride off a jerk off going out of a helicopter. I don't wanna do that. I do. Chad for you. For what. Once I was doing drinking challenge and I took a shot and ended up chipping my tooth. I've just got a reputation for being the dopey is friend, Shannon, you don't have to live this. I made friends with quite a few people in the hospital, and they were all like, I feel like I'm reading for summer report is like. I made friends with quite a few people in the hospital, and they were all asking what I was in for. And I said, well, I ate some spicy noodles. They were laughing their heads off at me what dad. She doesn't have any periods her entire life as a run on sentence was like, I'm here because I've had a stroke in your here because you ate noodles and boy, did we share a great laugh? And then I started bleeding. Mom, dad, that was a bad. When I was saying, I never understood why was started bleeding again, and I figured it out. So I've been taking the no dad. Well. You know what I'm gonna do. Up one day. Okay. I'm gonna make a make a guess here. And this is all on me. This talk. Shannon's overweight, they go, no, maybe not. Maybe not. Maybe not after the noodle when you ship to doing a shot in a shot challenge for attention. That's. She could just be like Shelley Duvall. Thin? Yeah. She's one end of the spectrum. She's probably not up the middle what she is. She's very comfortable in her skin. Oh. F she does not care, and she will the very fact that she's like, I will do this again. This person's I was in had a stroke here for noodles and chance that'll area. It was funny though I showed them all the video and they were all laughing of what I don't know. But what if the patients, I think they sent this woman here to make us feel better. His name is Adam like a dog in the weight room to call the chat service. She's leaning in quote, the doctors warn me to stay away from spicy food, but I put jalapenos in everything and I've eaten and I've never had any problems with it. He said, I guess that's the doctor. I'm just it's up to you whether you do it again, but I'm visor you not to, but he was laughing what he said and I'm still eating jalapenos. I know you went to school for ten extra years. Fuck. Now on. Shannon and Keelan struggled to breathe as they chop on the dollar twenty five. It's a pound. I don't know. Of noodles as quickly as they can't during the challenge while keeling complained of shoulder pain and here. Here. Gene. Shoulder that Robin, rotator cuff injury probably through the spoon. So hard after his first. Then Ping's cut, spicy wing keeling, complained a shoulder pain, and I watched his glasses steam up Shannon. Channing said, quote, unquote, fucking hell. I've only got a bit left and I. She can't breathe. She moment where you say to yourself, what this life do I want? This is not worth it. Why am I? Because because what happens when we become adults is that we become our own parents in some ways and we police our own behavior. Some people like this woman is like f that Keila manages to swallow the whole in just a minute and thirty five seconds. But Shannon gives up and trucks, water, seven up and then milked counteract the noodles. Spiciness she claims. She thought other people had been exaggerating the heat before completing the challenge. But rethought that after the first mouth will when it quote, if felt like her throat was swelling up, it was so spicy. I thought my life was going to end and when I and when I have the rest of it at that point, we accepted that people were over exaggerated vehicles is actually hurt really bad. I definitely do it again. I left a bit of the noodles at the end, so I wanna do it again to compete it. She's a complete is why. I mean, look, first of all, she does have follow through. You got appreciate to start in the face of terrible and difficulty. She's still trying to make people. We're just gonna to just going to die again. I hope I don't end up in a hospital, but it's going to be crazy here. Walk in a room with a string hanging out of her asshole. Just like noodles. That would be my nickname for her new. We'll get out of here and this guys, they're the same age. How old is Shannon and Keelan? Kendra. Race track in Kentucky. Keelan healing. Is. Yes. Go, I take or third picked Tig as the second spot you pick. What about you? Wanna go and guess I'm gonna go first. Shannon and are okay. I'm gonna say they are thirty eight. How thirty eight years? Randy? Oh Jason. I'm gonna say jail before you. I'm going to say that they're twenty three years old three years old out of school but still sad that they're out of school twenty eight twenty eight year that in his returning for both thirty. I say thirty eight overweight thirty eight twenty three feeling free. Let's say twenty. Eight just can't wait. Shannon who couldn't complete the hot Rahman spicy, couldn't care what her doctor never used a period in conversation, made the day for a period out of her ass terminally ill people should brighten their day with the blood from her butts snatch at get your now. Because she is. Twenty years. Long or. Hey, this young and now that is I do not think she makes it to thirty. Don't. 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And it's a guy in a press conference just waving behind the guy talking. Dot com. Hey, ready. Let's let's get out of here. This percent by Liz Haggerty atlas Haggerty she sends in laws type thing. Thank you. All right, minors Ville Pennsylvania, is that the most Pennsylvania name for town, minors minors everyone has their face a whole bunch of men and women who didn't even wanna get lack lung, get creative at all. They're just there to work. They just show show, but factory that is minor league baseball team. I went with people drinking underage. In parochial. It's just a whole bunch of kids doing whatever they want a bunch of a bunch of young teen boys making you smell their fingers. That's driving vans into store front. You roll through that town. Yep. The miners police department, Justice seved payment for a parking ticket from nineteen seventy four. Wow. Yes, that's fun. Liners Ville police chief. Michael combs. I have a cousin named Michael comes said he received a letter in the mail. Last week, of course, was in the mail was not an Email because whoever is not. He's just waiting for EPA Michael combs. He also looks exactly. Guess every amber vision glasses comb over haircut, you're close. He he has the deal where he's, he got his uniform twenty years ago. It's an it hasn't gotten the neck recite. So there's a lot of net flows. Yeah, like you can kind of see in this photo here. How how. Like hanging over. Jowl action. I lived in California when I was twenty one years old and I got a job at claim jumper. To win. We asked you've had to use bolo ties or wear them. So we had to button are all the way up. And I remember offering some people desert as my double chin was over, and the guy goes will not if it's gonna make me that fat. Says, I know that's, I'm like, you're at claim jumper. We're like, no one can finish any plate of food. That's how much food they give you a claim. He jumped your clam. It was brutal and you're not even that big of a guy. That's nice. Are you back then? Maybe. All right. Michael come said, quote, he read it. It's a dressed, of course, for some reason addressed. Of course, of course, he says, in the most derisive way ever to the police department, with course, with the return address. This is the return address on the on the letter feeling guilty wayward road Anytown, California. So the personnels, I don't mind know where I am, but I'm going to be Robert Durst happening in with an extra eight in the letter. There was a parking ticket from nineteen seventy four along with some cash. And a note. The note said, dear. PD write it out, friends lease. Yeah, I've been carrying this ticket around for forty plus years. Follow as intending to pay. Forgive me if I don't give you my info with respect, Dave. That. One of the best managers breath bone? No, but there is something number one. He's definitely taken better care of this parking ticket than his own children. You know that like that's something he's taking care of for forty years for got away with. I can't carry something around for a week without it ending up in the washing machine. Yes, forty years as very. So where do you think he kept it in the love compartment. You guys are fat, wallet receipt guys. I am fat wall receive, and it's just a ton of receipts to get him out stupid. Dick j. j. sciatica it is really. What? What's his name shouted in that movie site. Saying my ass hurts and my back is so with respect, not a lotta respect forty fucking years, man. So much respect. You got away with it. Victimless crime. Did he pay with any interest? Well, doesn't say the ticket was written in nineteen seventy four. Would you guys like to guess how much this ticket was for in nineteen seventy four that it took him forty years to ticket. Yes, you can go first tick or third. I'm going to say four dollars four dollars. Okay. Jason. Randy. I think fifteen Randy says fifteen ten, ten fifteen dollars since the ticket Qatar is in right now townies because since the ticket was written in the nineteen seventies, it was for a total of. Two dollars. I thought you were way too low two bucks the chief said four dollars. I was on the impression. He got tickets. So I was. Chief said the person who paid it was kind enough to add three dollars in interest. So you're right there, patron interest interest. No one's sleep on that. Joe quote, he paid us five bucks Mike home said, so that's forty four years later. So that means I made three dollars. I can't retire on that. I don't think chief combs understand how it retakes were. You don't get the money from the citation into indirectly you do. I mean, they'll pay station Hilton. Three bucks can't retire, and that which also shows you. He's thinking about retiring every day. He's been thinking about for a long time. Of course, he has. He's a dirty cop and he admits it in new stores. Look, I fell down. I didn't break my leg. I can't retire on that. The Chiesa said that type of ticket would cost someone today twenty dollars. I wanna go to minors. They're only giving up twenty. If you've got to defy people, I can't believe this was an eighty seven dollar ticket and there met in LA, right? And I'm like, you understand that if that ticket was anywhere show morning while it's twenty bucks. But I'm saying if in LA your tickets, twenty dollars for being parked where you're not supposed to be like people who ship nobody would care on the parties. Less than twenty. Nobody. We feel thirty five dollars a have to leave. They have to deter. Yes. Yeah, it's the worst. I mean, it's like you see the people rolling up and you're just, you know, I so I like I got a parking ticket for just having like my wheel into the red, the only place like apart here in Burbank, and then I. So I was mad mad at any parking attendant anywhere. I was so pissed I was only in the place for ten minutes. I came. I was parking in like sort of West Hollywood, and I saw parking guy put like start to drive up near my car and I hadn't paid yet, and I got on my car and I was going to go over and be like, I'm gonna pay dummy. All right. I'm going to the meter. Don't do this. I go up with like heat to the guy coming coming them like. Then like a hot Rahman. This guy's Astle. This guy is the crossing guard guy for my son's school who I always give a pound town to and who I love, who was so nice to all the kids Robert from right by our school. And I was like, listen, man, hey. I had no idea you had another job. I was like, screwed because I came in so hot and he. Imagine your take it, didn't he? And he gave me a ticket. It was really, really great because I was like, now shouldn't judge any of these people that she said that ticket would cost someone twenty dollars today. He said, the ticket was for a car with a high plates back then the department didn't have the technology to keep track of out of state cars. By the way you could commit which could have murdered so many people in the nineteen like watching. It'd be so easy to rob a Bank in the seventy get away with it. They have a price point for current tickets, but no one's parked in minors Ville since seventy. Last town. I think it's like twenty bucks an hour. No, like there shouldn't be any red zone like you'd be able to park anywhere. He's still he's still blown away that anyone would keep ticket this long. Let alone pay it quote. We do appreciate that this individual pay their ticket. And again, we encourage other individuals. If you have an outstanding ticket, please pay. Yes. A funeral and they're like, you know, we should take this time to here wants to commit Jesus crisis. I'm like, Kay. Like k. Today's for. Did he go there because I'm out if he's up there, right? Yeah, exactly. The chief said he'd like to track the person down who paid the ticket just to say thank you and chat, no way he's arrested. Don't do that. Couple of words with inside the cell, a lock them up and throw on the outside. You'll be on the no, don't do it feeling guilty to Dave don't. Yeah. Have you ever gotten a ticket in a rental car and then they then you throw it away and forget about it. So you have to pay the rental car fee that they charge you, and then you have to pay the ticket, but it's over thirty days because the rental car doesn't tell you about until. Yeah, and that's how you teach your kids, what exponentially. Terrible, terrible thing. Everyone. This is just thirty dollars thirty two. The fifth power. Let me ask you this, would you if you had that ticket and it was fine. It was all you wouldn't pay that. Forty years later now I would. I would walk it in walking bit just five minutes on pennies. What does it ruin? Dave's life, and he's been sitting there. This has been the conundrum is about to die. Maybe if it's forty four years. Yeah, that thing. It's like he feels the heartbeat of it. And maybe he was taking flight for the first time ever and he goes, I not without paying without. No, no. He said everybody without sydell in mmj setup to settle love. It. I love Jared Dame dot com. Check them out. Live get extreme albums. Thank you will. Thank as for it. I'm so happy that you are in the city and that we could do this. This was a blast. I'm glad it worked out. Thanks a lot. Eleven. Oh shit. We gotta get back to work. Dumb, dumb. Stick around people.
Stuart Mason Interview
"Day Seven. A streak week were coming to a close on this day eight episode. Run on the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast, and this is episode. One sixty two with Stewart Mason Stewart Mason along with. I believe he said thirty. Five of the folks helps run mega sports news dot com, and he's a forty two year veteran of the radio broadcasting industry, especially around here in southwest Ohio and Columbus Ohio. It's episode one sixty, two of the Cincinnati Dayton sports, pod guests and our special guests. Stewart Mason a forty two year veteran of the Radio Broadcasting Industry, the owner of megasports news, dot, com, and someone who's seen a lot of sports in his career. We'll talk about his career local sports and more on this edition of the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast. Welcome to the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast with Lee W win. This is a weekly podcast dedicated to sports happening in the Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio region. visit the lead w Mao dot com slash podcast to listen on your favorite platforms like apple podcasts, Google podcasts tuned in spotify, the iheartradio, APP and more all of the host on twitter at the League W Malan and the podcast at Syndicate pod. Opening theme is Arpey by Dan hen-egg from the Youtube Music Library Collection. Now for your host Lee w Malan. On the phone right now is Stuart Mason. He owns mega sports news dot com, and he has a forty two year veteran of the Radio Broadcasting Industry Stewart it's great to have you aboard. This afternoon. Lee Is Great Good Cardio Shell I'm doing pretty good. I nap. 'CAUSE I gotta go to work so early and do a lot of different things so I put a little nasty. Get Ready, and we're ready to go. It's great to have you born and I leave. This is going to be a great episode, so let's begin. Where are you from? I'm from Dayton, Ohio. That's why you always see me. Then on the date near is covering the Wright State Raiders. Flowers I love to schools and the basketball for those two apathetic programs Have kept a been in Columbus nineteen seventy-eight, but I've always kept in touch. With with my hometown team, so I've been covering. The raiders since nineteen eighty. Two and been covering the flowers of lady three so I keep abreast of what's going on down and Dayton. Luckily. Columbus isn't too far from Dayton and that's how I met you from Dayton flyers women's basketball game I. don't think it was the eight ten tournament, but was somewhere close enough to that. Would've been maybe the NCAA tournament. Now because this year was first time you know. We ever talked I. Forget which game it is George Washington I I. Don't know it's I met. Yeah, date. Game So. But. When did you get into sports? What started your love for sports? Well I grew up. Watching and listening to Chris Harrison Bucky Bach ordering the Flyer Games I remember years ago. I used to listen to the raiders. Our Love Tom Hamlin and Omar Williams. Those guys in. High Hamlin used to do the Flyer Games and then Omar did the Miami Red Hawks with at that time was the redskins. And I. Always thought that I could do it if I would give it a chance now. My mother wanted me to be a schoolteacher so I do I. Do have a degree in that. I did that for a while? It wasn't for me, but always in college did Radio on the side 'cause in our business. You know you have to have them aside. So there were either make a decision. was part-time radio the first five years and then. I live decision to make I want to continue to teach or competing with radio, and then full-time, and then my wife said you do whatever you think is right for you, so Go back a little further By college that Ohio Dominican for about a year, got a got to learn to Dj side of the business and then a audubon. And they had they do all kinds of sports, and so I met down to bury WHO's worked at Channel Ten here. he him and cabaret will always screw together and Abegg Dom. To let me do sports. He asked. If I do one game with you and I messed up. I'll never bothered being well. I'll always been one has been so prepared I. I came. He said Okay you do the whole pre-game show I the first game ever deal with balls basketball against Audubon College, because they're the only see, and so. I came with all this stuff prepared in Dobson. You'RE GONNA. Be Five and you'RE GONNA. Be Okay so to bury. Kinda was the one that gave me my big break as far sports broadcasting. And Dobson in the Columbus area for quite some time now, hasn't he? Yet, DUMB Year ahead of me in school to that I went to sink her start off because I ended up. I wanted to go for years, and then I'll I messed around and had little. How the millions I got my stuff in too late at Audubon makes you can come in the next year. So collagen college longtime two years of Saint Clair degree. There went to one year Ohio Dominican. Then finished with three years ago at Audubon. six-year guide. But Gum. Doubts had bless career because he started as an intern at WB as ten TV here in Columbus and he's been there. Since he was inter, and he's another. One of those forty year died in the business. You Might WanNa talk to him. Yeah I mean I. Don't get into the Columbus area. That much, but I know is named just because. He's a had a very long tenure career in Columbus, and it's just one of the names you know, and that's coming for someone that really hasn't seen any Columbus TV so. Definitely Now! When did you decide that you want to be a broadcaster? Oh Wow when I was in high school we We had a radio station. And I think W, CJ. CD or something like that, but anyway we have low radio station within a week ago, janitors closet and made a radio station there because I want to Shamanov Julianne. And I went. To my first year was showing, all the boys were examined all the girls Julianne, then my sophomore year they combine the two schools, and you know I really didn't want to go to shot at all. Because it was all boys school, my mother said was just go there for year and if you don't like it, you can go Ralph that we lived in the Roth School district but then I loved it so much. I made so many friends. And people who I'm still friends with and It was a great experience, so I got an involvement radio, and then kind of translated over to college, so I did that on the side along with doing my teaching and stuff like that, and and my studied and so You know I was fortunate enough and blessed enough to work in professional radio when I was off more in college. So it goes show I was good enough at the time, but I still had some seasoning I still addison things to learn. And I used to have a real bad speech impediment I couldn't talk to you like I'm talking now, but my wife got me in these classes and that got rid of that speech impediment. A great deal and it's really helped me because I did our. You can't really have a speech impediment. Be Successful in this business. You'll never go anywhere off able to get rid of that and So that was one I. Basically you know. Started to get radio I mean I. Knew I wanted to do it. You just have to the Knob if you ever get the chance. Can you tell me your first big break in the broadcasting field? Yes. I was working. I was doing some internship work. at W. Sir Cbo and Ghana and Pat Paul, Pat, Patterson the late Paul Patterson God rest his song. He gave me a chance. W C, or at the time was A. Non Commercial Station their funds came from donations and stuff, and so he saw something in me and He hired me. On staff and there was a job opened up a w c. o t am and FM, in Newark of price or family owned that station, and they still do to this day. Doug Price, or with the program director hired me, and I got to work there for a little bit and I got to learn about automation, and and he had am and FM Station, so I got to work on am and FM and then do some sports so. That pan out and then. What happened was The prices decided to go another direction and so and I I wanted to your driving a newark every day. So although no, it's not that far from close I just didn't like me and my wife didn't like the hours ours workers working midnight. To midnight and it was Kinda cutting our family time so because I just got married right before I took that job, so then W. CEO Patterson said I got a fulltime job. You, we're going to let you be our sports guy and we're GONNA. Let you flourish and we're GONNA. Let you learn and we're going to let you do what you basically want to do. And so I got to do all kinds of stuff I mean I did. I worked overnight. One of the things when you're in radio and you just start out Li I think you probably know this you. They'll let you do what you WANNA. Do but you gotta do what they want to do i. I had to work as a DJ you know overnight and then I would come in at midnight and work, and then I would get my sports together. I would record it during the time. I prob- stuff like that. Worked out pretty good because I I would record. Stop in the morning and you would hear like you know I. had a sports reports twenty till basically inside of the bottom of the auburn spots, matured programs like ran like twenty five minutes they had to feel spot. Instead of feeling will be the sports and so I got to do in a six am seven eight and nine am hours in the morning. And then I did a a five minute sports report at noon when it in at six o'clock and even I, did of sports report all this stuff was recorded in the morning overnight, so and I always knew how to make where people thought I was actually there. And they let me do all kinds of stuff. I did A. Line basketball football report, and I did a capital football and basketball of both schools, and so because I felt they were the to Columbus School, so I got to do both those. I learn how to do a regular Shell interviewing coaches. I got the I got a good report. The coaches and stuff so you see the show was really my big break. That I was there for eight years. From nineteen, eighty, two to nineteen, ninety and I really got. A Lot that station 'cause he let me. Show my talents and I learned everything we had all feel. WTO might feel I've Christmas station, but we had so many talented people that radio station it was unbelievable and We had somebody broadcast studio, but you could. You could be in one production and wants to go door production. Be another studio on the air. Never the main studio there was two or three hundred studios There was even a studio in the basement I. Mean that's so well equipped and I to learn I. I could go into studio worked out all the kinks on the air. You know they would air. Check me you've you gotTa work on this? And this and this and so I was able to learn a lot and I thought for for. Do you get in a job? And you settle in? You don't WanNa move. I never wanted to leave that station. 'cause I felt that was my safety valve. Well Pat Patterson told me one days. It's still you're. You're getting too good for us. And you know the money you know the money we're paying you. You can only go so high, so then I love. There went down. The WWL ranks there. And showcasing I, actually work amongst other people and really really be good. I that was gonNA. Be My next question after nineteen ninety I mean you've had a long forty two year career. What was what was after Lancaster? Team data tends to work. It's a really good radio stations After went to. Lancaster elevated time was W. H.. O., K. which was K ninety five up here with the country station. beat. A lot of great people and I learned from a lot of people in my career I mean I learned Jeff. Dickerson who've known I think he's a mayor. Down in Logan or council member something I learned from Max rains I weren't from Carson Cornell. I worked with Scott. Haskins Mardi James Terry Silver Stephanie Bucher. I learned from all these people I'll. I'll work with Gary Flory who the pastor now Dan McLaughlin. He's a pastor Melvin Royster William Dr, Andrew, I work with so many people, and then out, said I was wondering wbz Ko, which was the black station here and my wife always pushing for me to work there. Because you know because she could hear me. You know right here in the city, but anyway I work there. And and right across the hall was K, Ninety, five Wfan FM, so I got to work with I was I was fortunate enough to be the wool over. Over and I. The worker bees other stations when I was working to the L.. Pat Patterson cared long. They didn't interfere with what I was doing a w CDL, but that week Kale they were they were. They went off from sunrise and sunset, and I was the floater guy I, got the work morning show the midday and evening show, and then on weekends I got to work two shifts, so I I got to learn from. Casey Jones, the late Kirk, Bishop Peeping Tom on sunny ninety five all the town that we had on that. stage. You had chopped. Martin had Bob Nunnelee. Bob Simpson yet Mardi McNeil I just name I didn't even a lot of people that we had that I learned from an and I was sitting in a studio with these people just walking right? What are you like I'm right now. Everything I think that's one of the reasons why I've lasted so long because I learned how to do more than just DJ induce sports. I can do news. I've done remote I've done just about everything in radio. Exception of of running station I've never run a station. System PD before, but I've never been like DP or never general manager I really don't want those two positions together. I don't want to do as much but I just love what I'm doing. I'm at a bless career who would have thought I've been at this long, and you know how Aradio these days, I, mean a lot of it has been around forty years. I mean how often what I will not occur anymore in business. I don't think a lot just because of the fact you know law. Radio stations locally owned anymore. They're owned by big enterprise, a big conglomerate and you see all these. See All these news releases of Hey, we're GONNA release all these people now because we need save money by. It's just why it's tough. It's tough. Now my next question is when did you start operating Mega Sports News Dot Com? At the question I really been me. It was my late wife Nancy. Nancy L Mason My wife used to follow me around and by me working all these different jobs when I started doing football games up at WBZ I did football for them for twenty five years and. My wife would tag along with me and she had this notebook and she was right, and all this stuff that we did game. I did I what they called. The bonus and I'll tell you how that started. w. p., they always had a game of the week on the FM and a game of the week on the Cheetah's were on the AM WB l.. L. Am and then. W. P. Kale was always the game the best game of the week. And then always did the bonus game with the second best game. Being the Bush name. But Lido had this idea and he said. do you have your own gas equipment in my wife? And I used to buy equipment radio stations I worked for with equipment and Nancy. I'm going to buy this stuff for you. She had this vision. My wife would kind of like a little reader she. Just had a vision of stuff so. We would buy all this stuff. Studio always had a studio at home so. All the stuff she's. How did you guys get these Games on the Internet? That's what you need a car you need. You need to have Download a program from the Internet, and so we you know we were using easy stream, so you know when we started megasports dot com. We were using that, and now we're using RIDDICK's dot. com, but anyway my life came up with for my fifty seconds. Birthday was ten years ago and I'll be sixty two coming up in about three days so she said. How would you like to have a megasports dot com? It's all. All what is that and she said this is something I'm working on, I've been happening in my mind, and this is what we're. GonNa do so. That's okay an I. Don't know what I would need with a would a website, or they're no updating websites, I know how that is, so my wife got a call from friends and people I worked with so most of our staffers people that I've worked with her, she knew. nate naismith award for the Bell Patent. Examiner was the lawn. And, he was the one who he was the person who developed a website because he's a website developer and he's so he was one of my partners on the block cast crew w! PK At all. Him Nancy were getting together. I had known about all that so anyway Nancy we have all this equipment and so Nancy so we're all broadcast Columbus city. League games well. Nobody here in cross was doing those games other than maybe a few. TV Games here and there, so I told to look you cannot just go out and do games. The city schools or any school you gotTa talk to the first of all. You GotTa talk to the Superintendent of schools which we made an appointment. We went to talk to her, so I told my wife I said well I said well. You wanted me home on Friday nights other than just doing football. You want him to be home. She's now I want you to do these games because it's important for the kids. So February fifteenth. two thousand was when megasports became a reality, and so, what my wife! She captured the fact that I was a radio guy. I had all this information that had all these contacts and I had all these. People that I knew because I just can't put wet. You can't put releases and stuff on websites. I'll get permission so back that I knew him. I knew MLS, and all these different things She sat down. Call all these people on and and and ask permission. They say yes, long you give credit. That's how megasports new became a reality, and with the, and it's not just me. We have thirty five people that work with us so but but you know it capitalizes on what I can do, but people have a lot of stress to So you know and I got some people that are very loyal to me. Charles Palmer Jeff wrap some of these guys. You might have heard hub Let's see well. Josh Kavingere. Kelly Fisher Dan Hot. We got a lot of people have been with us since day one. We've got like fifteen. From day one so it's more. It's more of a success. I thought it would be, and to be honest with you is not really nothing I've done. If the work of a lot of people. Imagine thirty five other folks I mean that's. That's a lot of sports. It is you know we got people that can right and post. I get a lot of people from around the country. I don't even know and they just say hey. I want to do some from mega sports and do this and this and this. And so I met a guy at the first four Dayton two years ago I think when the Texas southern with their there from the Houston area. And this guy just happened to see me. He's Stu Mason Martin. Yale. You megasports new DOT com. He's follow like well. Thank you, so I always ask people what we can do to improve other some do improve the website There's some things I wanNA do to incorporate. We need to do for more videos and stuff like that, and so I'm going to be working on upgrading the website a little bit and you play wonder. How do I have to do? Do all the stuff. My brother, my wife, she, she left him in charge of it because he's more of a general manager than I am because he's been a manager of different businesses, and so he takes a lot of load off me. He builds all that stuff that I. don't need to deal with now. The final call is my decision like okay if it comes down to a money thing. he'll come to me and okay. You want to do this or not and I usually if he says yes, let's do it. If not. I'll say no, because he knows more about the business I do, but if it wasn't for him and then Stephanie Leash, she worked with my I. She was my wife's daughter. she were closed with Nancy, and she's the one that got all sponsors, and and the thing about our stocks visits up. My wife was smart. She. Although sponsors, we have basically people we dealt with, and they're no more than five miles within a five mile radius of my house and so Stephanie Leigh she takes care all that stuff and now a spot. We got a new sponsor, so I WANNA meet the owner that I've got address something we'll meet. These people are a big deal, but a generally people left sponsor with US I've heard about us from other people, and so I mean you know. With my wife's dream, I mean she basically what she retired before she passed. That's all she was the website and I let her deal with all this other stuff, but I. was just broadcast the Games. Every once. Why you see me writer story opposed or whatever. But basically I just do the broadcast of the game. That's about it. Your wife unlike like an amazing lady. I mean that's. That story and the reach of the website and the success that's. That's great, I know. Only when my wife passed away, a lot of the people on the website were thought the website I was going away to be honest with you because they were so loyal to Nancy because she just had a way with people. She could get people who would say no say. Yes, so. I tell everybody I got everybody on the conference call. I, said guys. I got some bad news and I told her by. Crying and and I said well. If you guys don't WanNa continue does understand all the Nancy and she got you abroad. They, said no, we want we want. We want to keep our dream a lot of knee and check this out league. Her voice still spots. We do now from been deleted. Because obviously some things have changed, but some of the sponsors said now I. Want Mrs Mason Voice. Stay on, you can get some newer copy, but this is what I want her voice to remain, so we have her voice all out of spots, and it's really strange because I'll be at these games I. Hear Voice and I'm like I'm trying to not cure up, but I do because I hear his voice cause i. don't hear any of the time and I do a game so. But the sponsors that what they want and you know. How is business sponsored driven business and what they want they did. Pretty much money keeps going in. You know the drain alive wants. The money stops yeah. So. I mean that does a tremendous story. So what do you cover as a broadcaster with Mega Sports News? You mentioned the Columbus City League. Tell me some of the teams in the sports that you get to do. Well, you know, my job at W.. P. Ko oh and WB L. L. X. Actually Mutation March is I'm the main one of the main reporters for that station so? whatever I cover I chance to post it on the website now the station obviously gets first dibs on the audio, and all that kind of stuff and then I, kind of do other things, so it don't sound the same so like I say for instance I go cover Nascar Event and the winner is Jimmy Johnson okay the cuts that I don't use and I'm also I don't know if you know I also do stuff for heart. Media Metro networks all that, so I'm doing a lot of. National correspondent stuff so I I am. Experiencing of. Whatever I give Metro I give station unless they ask for that particular Kahn, or whatever. I up from this guy, so I'm able to get enough cuts to where we all down the same, so but I covered. NASCAR NHRA INDYCAR MLB major league soccer Let's see Oh man. I'm covered so much stuff. I don't do a lot with the NBA NBA's never really What's the word I'm looking for? They've never really responded to me that much I used to do. Some stuff of the cavs, but the NBA is one. Of the I hardly ever do anything with you name it. We do it, and and may with a pulse all that stuff on the website, and that's what they make website. No, because all the stuff that I have access to. Really really good. You know like I said I. Do how stay basketball how state football. and you know I I I used to do University of Cincinnati Football Basketball and Miami redhawks while basketball. I just don't have time for that stuff. I used to date and football I do that every once in a while every once in a while do Autobahn and capital just to get them on, because they've been really good as far as giving us information and stuff and the schools you know, get their stuff on and I think next year we're going to try and get coming up with some of the NCAA schools like close ones like musk on the highways and. Stuff up, so there's some things we can do on the website to improve that I wanNA. Do in my schedule's no scale back here. enough to where I'm going. Be just doing game coverage only and so. I had another job doing on the side to help people I don't do that no more. Like I said I'll be sixty two three days. I want to scale back on some things so can have time to make sure this website is updated and all that stuff, because sometimes we sometimes when when when when all the way of the website updated like I wanted to so. One day, I think one week. We like a week and I told the guys we can't do that. We gotTA. We gotta be if we want be the be the best. We've got an update a website at least every other day you know, wait five days or ten days because people don't WanNa. Be bothered with US anymore, so that's where my kitchen will come my my opening up. more time will help with that. I, remember while back. You very excited to call was Centennial Stars Basketball Game, and that's one of these. Yes, yes. Or they The Football Team Have a lot of I this past year. We got to do them and that the feature their players I tell you what coach bills. He's got that program. And in the basketball program under Rosa Oblong. He's got on and I. Tell You what centennial is one of the up and coming schools in that? City North Division. Take me through some of Columbus sports it's it's something that's I. Don't know that much about. Take me through what goes on during a normal season in Columbus Ohio USA? Well, you know you got I'm pretty busy in the fall because you've got. The Columbus crew soccer is still going on, and then they the summer. That's basically all I have, and I do too much with the Columbus Clippers. Don't have time. I usually have somebody else do that, but you know you got the clip? The crew and buckeyes running to save time in the blue jackets star in September so I'm doing that. That's one of my beat. That keeps me busy at every just about every home game, less there's a conflict with Ohio fater dating or something But Columbus sports to do. There's a lot of sports to cover here. obviously as you know, seven been nothing to cover since I think the last event I covered was the flies when they play. George Washington and I would probably somebody over there, and they said what are you doing and so I'm keeping big I'm still doing interviews on the phone like this and I've done some interviews with some players and some hall of famers and stuff like that but clump sports when things are going, okay I, it's pretty vibrant. Vibrant, because you'd be surprised when the crew might be playing a game, they have twenty thousand people the blue bag of my have a game in the same day, and they'll have twenty there about eighteen thousand people, and then the Buckeyes. They're playing the same day. They'll have one hundred thousand people, so you know sometimes you exports running together, and they're and and all of them have plenty of people that like those teams, so you know when I first came here in Columbus and nineteen seventy. All we had was the Buckeyes. And the Clippers we did not have a crew, and we did not have the blue jackets, and that is really made this. This town very attractive to a lot of people. Because now we got pro sports and you know there was talk about as maybe getting an NBA development team, but I. don't know if that happened because. Canton's got one, but that would be nice if we can have the NBA developmentally, that'd be nice or Wnba team or something like that, but I think we've got enough sports here. I mean there is also the destroyers for two spells next year. They're supposed to come in with another indoor football team and. May I really wished last year. That destroyer steamed one more than one game. 'cause you know it was great to have them back in Columbus. Were I missed them when they left before but I do know. That if they could just find the white people to run the arena football league. That's a very entertaining sport I mean. It's all about offense. It's not about defense and I love it, and then the giveaway fans to keep the balls when they go in the stands. and they had these giveaways and. In unlike the League, I even found time to to go to a few games. 'cause you know generally the blue jackets They weren't playing, but but the you know, they always share the same home with the blue jackets, but The thing of it is. It was funny to see this football field inside an arena. It's so exciting and You know you'd have these gangs I remember one time when they were here before the coach of the bears with the quarterback of the team that's when we went to the renew ball, and my Matt Nagy, and there was a game seventy sixty. Who never heard of something like that in football? But. It was Great Entertainment I. Tell You. It. Like? You said they're talking about bad one another one next year so You know the fans came out of the game I. mean they really enjoyed it and the ticket prices affordable. I think win. The destroyers came back drew close to eight thousand in their return. Is. The newer here before. They, were averaging about eleven or twelve I. Think, but they'll teams were a lot better. This team has had a lot of bad luck. I mean there was getting the least four games they can have one. but believers go through the arena football league. All experienced teams and upstart teams just didn't have a chance because I can say. There was three or four games they couldn't won. They can. At least been five and seven, but they ended up one and eleven, and even the last game. They almost had a chance to win, but I just wish to find a way to get the arena league back here because it was really really exciting, and they gave a chance to some of the Ohio state, guys and some of the Audubon and capital guys to it gave him a chance to hook on because there was a couple of players that played in the city league was on the team, and that was great to see. If I follow kids play in high school, and then the see them play pro level. That was great. Absolutely I think I remember seeing the Germain car family. They bought the controlling rights to the indoor football league. They have like the Iowa Barnstorm. They have a couple of teams in the Midwest I think they have one in Arizona so. I, mean with all this corona virus foods to say that's GonNa Happen, but still that's that was interesting. Tidbit I saw was like wow, bought the entire leagues control and. Coming back to Columbus I'm really hoping it happens. In Twenty, twenty one and I'm really looking forward to seeing more indoor football in Columbus. Just because you mentioned. It's such a great sport. My two years broadcasting Dayton sharks at hair arena. Man. That was fun. I mean you can bounce off walls and stay. Stay inbounds like you mentioned. The fans got to keep the balls as well. That's there's nothing like it. Another thing to be arena football league deer that the NFL some of these other football leagues don't do that, they let the. Access to the fans and vice versa after the game after the media gets the players of you know generally doesn't select group of player. After the game, the stars of the game as you will they always had an autograph session, and they had all these photographs players sign on, and they would personally sign them like to to George from Whoever in any way of and then they got to shake. Shake the players hands, and and they got to take office William if they wanted to. Just it's it's just a great family atmosphere where you could take your kids and Meka players that play on the field. I mean I. Mean How many times you give chance to do that. in like I said that Germain family there one. The bigger year-by-year here Columbus thinks reichert automotive is they're big to. Remain is one of the big ones and that family got a lot of money, and they know how to do sports advertising. They know how to get. People not only to their dealership, but they also have people to the Games and Dan allow the sponsorship that can destroyers hand either the two times. They've been here, so the delayed family. I have confidence that they can get things done, but like you said this corona virus has really. Really affected a lot of people, and it's really sad, because as you know a program that we love the Wright State Raiders made a cut back at least three pro the line, no of and you know a lot of people are blaming Bob Grant and all that, but you know what you then the only school there. The other schools have cut back in so blogs. Little minor sports is GONNA. Take a hit because then to save money somewhere. Yeah I mean. That was that was heartbreaking day to see right state cut softball, but I'd never. Bob Grant. It's not like Bob grants like Ha. I cut sports It's a great day. It was quite the opposite. He went on a press conference, saying it was like the worst days ever had professionally. It's it was sad, but. I mean abandoned university closed up shop like totally everything is closed and they've been in business in the eighteen. To Surprising. They're university that upcoming sports department. Absolutely they did some work in the mountain, east and division, too, but I've always heard rumors I. Don't know how truthful they were, but I always heard that they. The budget was always kind of both. Kind of not great at our Vanna. I don't have. That bars. You know what they They. They play that around high school almost like a College Stadium Wa the best because I've called a lot of ball games. and. That was a nice stadium, and at the night community. You kind of feel those. Those fans because they love that little bit school. And their kids from Columbus with the school there, so you know that that was sad. When I heard that because I was I can't remember where I was one of the road somewhere and some I said all was visiting some family and somebody said about her banning university. No, I thought. Maybe some something happened. Where some? I, got in trouble or something. You know that is, and so they know they cut. They cut the state. Cut everything like what they're one up and coming schools. Was Sad, I, mean I've when I was at central state broadcasting for Year centerstage banner that was a great rivalry I remember those basketball games at Beacon Lewis being tremendous, and like you mentioned or Bana. They had a lot of great teams and. Now nothing not even school. They're closed. And I think they beat Dayton football one year day. one on on feel something which is and Dayton football team is one of the apps around for Small College. If you if you'RE GONNA, call it a small college, but a lot of of Division One schools in non scholarship, but would they be they one year? So they. Were on the live. A couple years after I graduated right state. I knew our ban baseball. Beat right state. I believe it was banned. It was like six to three, and that was Blue Knights squad, but yeah I mean it's a shame, and that leads me a little bit further down the questions. How the corona virus affected you and your jobs. It seems like you've you've kept quite busy and. How's IT affected you? I haven't been able to cover anything live now. I've done a lot of teleconferences and I've done like NASCAR teleconference. Indycar I've done though then then Ohio state and have something every once in a while with Jean Smith and Ryan Day and Chris Holt. An identity interview with Ryan, Mike Sale here lately, I did some stuff with Ob. Toppin see who else would I do I did I did a hall of fame series. Thing where I did Paul, Petrella he? He was an by or bottles that honor by and so He's a whole thing wrestler for Baldwin. lawler's stars of the always see back in the seventies. Eighties are back in that time period, so I've been keeping busy and I'm doing stuff with you and I've done stuff with Mike, goodpaster how I think you might know Mike goodpaster algae. That name sounds familiar Crew the greeting trump podcast. Why was I? Think I've done some stuff with him? He down around, so he he. He been the Indiana Cincinnati area like the Batesville Indiana area. You know they call a casket bill because that's really make us where all the caskets were made. To say, but that's what that tells known for. Never I kept busy with doing that kind of stuff but I found out that for the first time in years. I probably won't be able to cover the big yard four hundred because they're only going to let like some National People. Do a proper that so you don't there. There's going to be some things that it different me and some of the other guys who regular that some of this stuff. Because you know NASCAR's kind of slowly, they don't have fans back yet, but they're slowly other things going but I was talking to Matt. Humphry there director communications and he was telling me about because I. Haven't really heard anything about Indie, but he told me like what might happen, but they. Kentucky's coming up on Mike is a cover that. and then like you got elbow in enough space in Kentucky. where I think they get guys in that six with the social distancing data deal because most of the guys would be in the pressroom Muslim up in the press blog. There's plenty of room down there Jack of the become back to finish up their season and then we know the crude for crews. Go to be down in Florida the when you gotta worry about them the more the next year. The, Buckeye, be starting back, so he's going to be different. You know and probably you guys. With masks interviewing people which you gotta get used to. Felt like I hope. That they back on at. Clearly brother! I don't remember that, but that's that's great. The A man you look the lobby. At the truth, I mean yeah, it's. My mask is always been the medical stuff, so it always looks like you know. I'm coming out of a hospital or something, but yeah, it's. Wow, I mean. Could you ever imagine something like this happening? The COVID, nineteen, pandemic and the quarantine. You know what when I, when all the stuff shutdown I. You know what I bet. There's GonNa. Start just a trickle down effect. It's just gone. It's changed shape of how we cover games and how it covers. Sports I understand it because you don't you know we don't know what germs are spreading. Your germs people are spread, and you just don't know and I understand they wanna take care of the competitors, and all that and and everything, but it's just be different because I've never ever experienced anything like this in my career. And I've seen a lot of my career. I've seen how technologies. And how the Internet taken over social, you know you go cover a game. You got social media. I've got all these the Cavite. Keep doing the game by facebook and instagram and twitter and all that stuff. Some guys do all this other stuff. I can't candle more three. I'm not going to do all the stuff that you guys talking on stuff, but yeah, it's really weird leaguers. Who would've thought this I mean twenty twentieth not been the year we bought it was going to be. You know I was really hoping twenty twenty is going to be something special and I i. remember starting off Great. I mean one of my hockey games has a highlight used in sportscenter top ten and. Then February goes great to get through high school hockey season, and then marched goes around college baseball, and then there's more talk of the corona virus, and then Bam everything shuts down then I. Get one baseball game right state three at ud and that's. Kind of my last sports lifestyle, so it's It's it's been tough, but. I mean with my podcast. I'm able to interview folks that I've always wanted to get on the podcast and. That's how I'm staying busy and I'm hoping there's high school football. Yeah! I'm hoping for High School Football. 'cause that we started. I in Bill I, my wife pick that name out before she passed. She's in. If you do club city league, football I want you to do. It, I mean girl so then high school bounce. She came up with that for basketball so we've been doing the. League just love the fact that we're doing the games. I may have been great for us. It's been great for them. the kid laseyette. When see me comedian Josh come into the game all we're going to be on the night. They are so pumped up for that and I. I love doing that, 'cause you know I love working a. Or Twenty five years. I've been WPA OH. but I'm Kinda. Glad you know They want to go another direction in the football. They WANNA get younger. We're talking her saying that so I 'cause I had it in my mind. If this happens because my wife, she was told you in early. She's I told you she's kind of a reader, so she said you know one of these days. You Might WanNa do game in Columbus. 'cause one of these days they might phase you out, and so you have any business. They say you out sometimes anyway. Football more. It just came out where I had everything ready to go just in case. So when when they told me they wanted to go another direction I, said no hard ceiling because I was still working there so many covering the game all I care about anyway and so It came down Aegis finding a partner and I knew I had. Jeff were happening I had Charles Farmer Josh just. Came to us in our lap. I have a deal with the radio broadcast school. The Ohio Broadcasting School here in Columbus where we we have you in terms and stuff and I found a nice talk for for bill. We've had other people that worked out for of that. Other people leave often. Go elsewhere like we got a Guy Travis winless. He left to go to Chicago. Cubs We had an another person. Leave us and go. Work for the read, so we had the people that come to us and gone on, but I can say about me having my own equipment I could. Do you know the megasports? That's why successful because my wife had that vision of me having my own equipment and And you know in my wife. Let us pretty good as far as monies. we need, we can get the sponsors. help us out by the sponsors. Pay Are those away Chesa fees and we go to tournaments So you know we're? We're sitting pretty good. We really as far as the website won't have to worry about money so You know anytime. We need something we got we got. We got some of the best equipment you know whenever I needed a computer like I had a sponsor last year that went out of business mega pawn shop down on high. Street and he had been a sponsor for ten years and one day he called me in and said Hey, come on down to pick out what you need podcast, but he. No, he's still paid his. His fees and everything, and even though he was a, he was going out of business, and I saw Raymond I said you don't need a bigger Fiji buildings. You have a lot of business and ten years, so you know we have this report. These people, so we know we feel blessed. You know we're not the biggest website you know. We're not We're not Columbus wired. We're not We're not one of the big ones, but. We'll. We're well respected and that helps. Absolutely and you mentioned the reach. Did you had someone from Texas southern? You know knew who you were that's. That's huge I mean. The work. That mega sports news is done. It's phenomenal, and that's a very good website and I definitely recommend for anyone that hasn't visited go. It's it's. It's good time. It's good sports side so. Stewart Island. At bow quakes yes, as you think. We need to put off or anything we need to do let us now. You know there's comments. Let us let us know we're you know we're working to? You know you can send us an economy that megasports news. GMAIL.COM and we'll we're you know we're we're we welcome any comments? If you don't like it where you let us know. We need to know these things that we get better. Stewart I like to shuffle over to some of your favorites that you saw in your forty two years of working the business. GimMe some of your favorite athletes. You've got to cover your favorite games. Your favorite moments that take me through your favorites. Offer tell you. Your call our and if I, tell you what the the thing that I have been able. In my career and blessed is that I was able to interview all the members of the big red machine. The you know I go I covered the red so I chance to see those guys in the Ballpark talking to Pete Rose Johnny Bench and Cesar Geronimo, and all those guys and talked to Henry Aaron. I got a chance to talk to Tonio leave. Harmon killebrew they added was MLB would come back. They have a thing called the equitable old timers games, and that's when all the old timers owning school days would come and play old-timer game they'd. They'D BE IN CINCINNATI ABM in Cleveland all over the place. That Galloway's interview because I thought I saw I'd be prepared. 'cause they sent out listens. They'll be that I. have all this information a little file? Cars and stuff, and so I got a chance to do Billy Williams and I actually win something. I knew he was from Mobile Alabama I asked him how come from any good ball players from there and I asked him something about his dad. He's A. How do you know all the information? I said I can I can research? We had a good old. Tell I'll talk to Mr Carboni Banks Rod Santo you name it. I could talk all day on this I mean I got to do? been scully Talk to Nolan Ryan Don Drysdale even though the ridge fan growing up of players that I like on other teams like I talked Lou Brock I actually stop the Bob Gibson. Home seaver. You just name. Jimmy Wynn died here. Recently I got a chance to interview the cannon. WHO's a Cincinnati guy? I've had so many. I got so many interviews in the archives. That I've done with people. It's just been great The some of the best events I've been to I've been the world series in super. Bowl and all that probably the nineteen ninety s super bowl, fans in mind to me, cover nat because the regions such underdogs to the the The homer happy open eight at that time. The basketball is I. Think is what they call them. that was that was great to see I mean originally aired Davis, put them to nothing on Easter home base through it, and the funny thing about that or they overflow media in the Outfield, so we were sitting in right field, a whole field upper deck. was mostly media so in when you're sitting in the Outfield, you could talk about the home run. Because just by the high for Eric Keep that ball. Listen out there. We meal with a home run. Because just by the height of the ball we sold. Team another, and then it's fun to be a part of that crowd out there. We can see when you sit in the stands. You can route, but he's sitting in the press box. You can't so. that was great another thing I've I've covered got the cover. Was All these Games with the Buckeyes these bowl games I've been to a couple national championship games just being around the block is I've been I've been for the buckeyes since nineteen eighty three, so I'll go all the way back to win or Bruce Coach. And you know I saw some great players and Chris Spielman and and a William White and Greg Fly, and I'm you just name I've I've I've seen the good? The bad and the ugly and I was at Michigan Games when coach Cooper could not win. Fight to say I love coach Cooper. I just had a blessed career. You know. In the thing of these Li I get to cover the teams that I like and. You know I mean we cover team very like. You know we're not going to be rooting, but we do I'm GonNa live out we do. We want to see the Buckeyes win. We want to flyers win. We WanNa see the raiders win. We WanNA see. The bearcat win wants see the Red Hawks win. Teams, the cardinals I wanna see the Crusaders win. Lawyer Crusaders are playing the cardinal our for capital saw. The thing of near me, I just had a blessed career. I mean I've done just about everything. Somebody asked me when I retire. Now. That's that's a tough question because when you're having fun. You know sometimes you don't know where to retire with my dad. Always tell me he said you'll know when it's time and Psalm forty two years of I can make three make the forty five. I think I'll be I'll think I'll be satisfied. Can you remember any favorite broadcasting moments that just come to mind right off the bat. Yeah. One Game I remember. when I honor Bein even though that was college radio, but Still counts auto. Buying played division three, so we've got to go down to Savannah Georgia and Played Savannah State now Savannah state currently is a division one program. They've made that progression from division three to Division One. Time Dick Willows with the head coach. Audubon and he was saying we call them bigger riddles because he was almost like digger, Phelps and he patrolled the lines like like digger, Phelps and so. The great coach other over six hundred some games price, seven hundred but he took a team are tallest player was Steve Johnston he was six three and we got all these. We would have won six guy, and all these little guards that could shoot like Ron Stewart Dino. and and Joe Benson and all these guys that a shoot the ball and one thing about rentals. He always had one or two big guys, but he had all these shooters all over the floor, so we now we play so then at state, which is predominantly black school, and they have all these skyscrapers. They got guys six, eight, six, nine sixteen. But the thing is. Our guys were so quick. and we were underdogs because that was division three semifinals. And we go down there and I'm working with Dante. Bearing Dom said we get blown out. We're going to do short post game and get the heck out. I'll never forget this and so I've call it. He did play by play because that was last year and then the next year I'll succeed him on play by play, so we get down there and we go into overtime. We beat them eighty ninety one to eighty eight on their court. And? You know gum. Dobson, man. These guys are tall year, but you know what. They faced a team that could shoot the ball. Quick like us can run and gun. You know. They had never paid the running gonNA him. And so you know Savannah state was winning games like. What one the fifty and ninety five to forty, and but they didn't have A. They never faced a team like alibis, so and I don't have I'm always an optimist, so down I. Don't think we're GONNA. Win it I think we are so anyway. We got down ten early, and then they call the time all the time, and then after that after we were in the game hallway, and then we won the game when Ron Stewart. Who are bent score? He's five eleven. And I think he had thirty five points in that game, but anyway he scored on a on a on a field goal in one and that they gave us the difference in the game. One one broadcasting highlighted as far as when I was a color commentator as far as play by play one game. I was doing the game one time The Lancaster I did games in Lancaster in Lancaster was playing a team I can't. Finley the lighter was down like by fifteen point, they just could not hit a shot. Then it got to the point where they're trading baskets and Cook Jet Great House who is a great coach. No point there but. He made a couple key substitution of guys who hardly ever played, but they came in for defense, and they shut down the two top scores, and then they went on like a thirty five to two run anyway in in walking away with the Game I. Think they want something like ninety five to. Seventy and they were like ten fifteen points, so logan a couple games. I first mothers. Those two games have stick in my mind. Stewart what are some of your favorite things about sports, not only in southwest. Ohio but central Ohio. Favorite things trying to think. be liberal, more specific I'm trying to think you. Give me a chance to take a little bit okay. well, basically what I'm asking is just. What's your favorite things about not only working in sports, but just witnessing sports. I know the main theme when I asked this question forever, guests, it's just there's something for everyone down in southwest Ohio. If you like a sport, it's down here and. I mean everything is is available for any fan so that that's kind of what I'm getting like. Just your favorite things about sports around here that maybe aren't in another part of the United States or anywhere else. Well. I tell you I just I just like. Being able to change travel around a couple I do stuff with the bengals and I you know I do the reds every once in a while when I can I just like I like the variety. Dayton I. You know I'm here Columbus. anything here's twenty minutes from my house. I'd just like the fact that I. Get a chance to cover. A variety of stuff is right here in the state. You know what I'm saying I'M GOING TO CLEVELAND new the. With the NBA, the cavs, but you know the Indians I don't do the Browns, because I do the Bengals but just the just the fact that you know I get a chance to cover this Ohio with Halston works, and it's such variety I mean like here in. Columbus you know what I you know I came here? This was just the Buckeyes town. Now you got the blue jackets crew and and the clippers have always been a mainstay. They've always had a winning tradition so that that's nothing new, but just the fact that I. Looked at answering your question, why but just the fact that you know I? Get a chance to cover all this stuff. You know which I have time to cover it, which is basically I sometimes I wonder how I have gone into. Now let me ask you this. What would you like to see in the future of area sports or area media? Like what do you want to see? Happen in sports like addition of teams. Leagues Media More Radio Stations. What would you like to see in the future? Well I. Tell You what I think. I mentioned. Earlier Some of the fans here wants to get an NBA team. I don't think that we're having because there's too many eighteen. Right around. You know Detroit's not Far Away Indianapolis Cleveland Cavalier. That Abbott maybe. The NBA Development League. I see that. Maybe get one of those. Maybe the WNBA team I'd like to see that trying to think if we've got everything else I think clump. Of I. Remember Right is supposed to be getting. A minor league soccer team to the takeover and MAPRA stadium when the other team go downtown when that opens up next year, and this has been a kind of a sad year because. This apob Mafia stadium. One of the last time we'd be there for games, but I think next year there's going to be a few games we'll be. There are no close it out on a training facility, but yeah I can see them, and then like the indoor football I like to see that comeback. Those are the things I would like to see. Didn't Columbus once upon a time have a development team. The Columbus Horizon and they were on W., C., o., l., or something like that. Yes. You're right about that I. Love Covenant Cva The CBA Cathy Walker with the coach here. We had no clue who was one of the Great Scouts in the NBA We saw a lot of good players. Come through here. We saw Ron Spivey. We saw Chris Childs. Let's see who else we saw Greg Anthony. Come through here. we had some great players club quest. was here I would? Say Women's Basketball Comeback Columbus. Quite they were good the thirty four years. They were here Katie. Smith was on the team. I. We had some of those Tennessee volunteers of players on the team. It was great wait. A couple of purdue boilermakers, dhillon roller with other team. We had some great teams here I got to cover that and and that was a great experience, and they play their games down the convention center. Tell all plays was always walking I. Mean they were. They were sell out every game APR thing about the WNBA came in ball out the ABA l.. It's if We knew when that happened. Oh boy, there goes our team but the the the The question was able to win the title two years in a row, because outbuildings, some great teams and I know the lady. They would love to see women's Bat. Welcome back here. That's something I think that we that would fly here if they could bring it back. What advice can you give for? Folks wanting to be come part of the media or the broadcasting industry? Are they can tell them? This is not a nine to five job and I think you know that lead. There's things I do when I come home from work, ha. You gotTa have a stick to witness to the job. Don't ever let anybody tell you can't do it. Because a lot of people used to tell me because I'm black that all. You'RE NOT GONNA make an its business not for you well. Nobody's GonNa tell me because. Because I'm a hard worker and lot while our people know me, they seem the everywhere and they knew I'll work hard and I think that's why Lou Guido and and Judy needle Chat Wilton, and why they hired me because they know a mile, my reputation is I'm a hard worker and I'm reliable. They'll never have to worry about. If I'm at work or covering games whatever they know, they'll get the job done. You gotta be able to port long hours. There is no. I have to take off this weekend because I got. My girlfriend is none of that, if you if you're that kind of person, you're not gonNA. Make it in radio, or TV, or any of this kind of media stuff because it requires a lot of time. It requires a not only zeal investment. It also requires your attention. stick Kunitz. You gotta work hard. You gotta earn it. Nothing La kids nowadays. They want now. If not go I thought I wanted it now. It's not going to happen. I really didn't start arriving in this business until I was five years. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four was the year that Nike the best you're. With my career really jumped off because I work three. You will not believe it but I. Did I work with three radio stations at one time I worked for W CBO. I didn't sports them. I work for C., TNT which was the bomb which is with cable, television and radio, which was unheard of back in the David. Keith, Willis Fight Kelly now appears monitor. He was Keith Willis in Dayton at every deal, he was fine Kelly w vk all here in Columbus. He went to school my brother. Ralph and I got to meet him, so he gave me an air shift worked with me, and I got really good on the air, and then I worked for kicks. In wounded. And so one nine on the air. I used to have the overnight shift and. Joe Bill. He said. He was listening to me in the car. He called in on the hotline. Stu here sounded really good here. The last few we supposed to be going on. He knew I'll work that He knew I worked at the. Meeting and I were seeking T- today's work for him like again and I I would come in and work with somebody. Show off, or whatever are late or whatever? And so with London volley forty minutes from our home. So I, lived on east side or South Sides I've always quote free where I get to where I gotta go, so I got good in this business, because I wanted to put in the time and then my wife, she ran me around We have a little van so I would sleep in the van between jobs. She wanted me where I had to go and I. You know I was thinking to give her a little bit of money. But. I would willing to put in the hours and the effort necessary to make it in this business, and anybody can make an business male female. If you're willing to do the work you gotTA. It's gotTA. Be You gotTA? Get down there. It's gotta be. You gotTA. Be Gritty. You GotTa Know How to get down there and and and willing to work. If you're willing to work, you'll be successful league and like me. Absolutely. Stewart. How can people fall your work and you on social media? Okay on facebook, thanks. I Got Sports Page Vegas Sports, news page. On facebook! Twitter is to Mesa at megasports, news and then instagram. Is STU? Underscore Smith, twenty five now Smith of my mother's maiden name at twenty five with my favorite number for my uniform number from play him a baseball solve all those years. Very good Stuart. Thank you so much for your time today. It's been a lot of fun learning about you and again visit. Mega sports news dot. com, thank you so much for giving me an hour of your time today. Know probably thank you. For having me on, appreciate it anytime. You know I'm available for you. Know Bob at all. Thank you, Stuart, and that will wrap up episode one sixty. Two of the Cincinnati and Dayton sports podcast. 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