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Billie Mintz  Filmmaker/Guardianship Expert & #freebritney

REALITY OF REALITY

49:57 min | 5 months ago

Billie Mintz Filmmaker/Guardianship Expert & #freebritney

"Hello hello this is reality of reality. i'm elise in a longtime tv producer and development executive every week on the podcast. I talked to interesting people in all aspects of unscripted content. So before introduce my guest. I just want to talk a little bit about what i've been watching this week. As i mentioned last week. I encourage you to watch the allen versus pharaoh for part series on. Hbo it's unbelievable explosive. I'm actually going to have somebody. I couldn't get the filmmakers. Unfortunately but i am going to be recapping it with somebody very good. I wanna tease you Next week on the podcast Also watched behind her is which is a limited series on netflix scripted. It's kind of silly. But i really enjoyed it. So you know you just need those guilty pleasures to mix them with your highbrow content right. And lastly i think more highbrow lead me to the podcast. Today is a film on netflix. Which i encourage everyone to see called caroli- ally and it's fictional but it deals with the very corrupt guardianship system that exists all the way across the us and it's an incredible performance by rosamund. Pike in the lead role and peter dink ledge. It's very interesting. It's actually kind of an entertaining story. But i think that hopefully it will china light on what is going on with this Guardianship issue which of course came to light with the brittany doc so so without further ado that does lead me to the podcast. Today with filmmaker and social justice warrior billie mintz so billy's directed and produced many award winning films and i was really blown away by the two thousand eighteen documentary that he made call the guardians which you can now watch on amazon prime. It exposes a criminal. Enterprise running through the family court where the legal kidnapping of elderly people took place in las vegas. You honestly have to see it to believe it. It's it is what you're seeing in. The netflix movie is actually actually taking place in real life. So because of that film. Billy has become an advocate for victims of guardianship around the country Guardianship fraud and a hero to the freebritney movement They've been trying to draw public attention to guardianship for a couple years. Now and of course the very well done your times. Hulu documentary helped shine a light on this issue. And billion i'd get into that film and britney's conservatorship and what can be done to freebritney. Okay well welcome belly. Nice to be here nice to meet you in person. Sherve been corresponding for about six months now. I think it's longer. I think six months. I think everything's a year and like yeah about a year ago about a year ago. It doesn't matter what happened. It's like everything in la twenty minutes away even though it's not Yeah so we were. Always dr the podcast by saying how we were how i met my guest and you and i were introduced We were introduced by cameron. Catterson manager. who. I'm a big fan of to help you to tell them. No every i feel like everybody loves camera. And he's a good guy he's really fun he's my rent friend means you're perfect and your best friend overpaid for out. That's very hollywood right. You have to pay for your friends. But he is also very honest. Which i like them. Yeah he's a good guy so when you join. Join the cameron catterson religion. Yeah i think that's still judaism. Thank you already on it. So you are a canadian who just became an american citizen. Mazal tov thank you Big big deal you live in an undisclosed location out of america would rather not talk about profile Low high profile. I guess because you're out there because you do so much work. And then i like i said i discovered you through cameron but that i started to start go through a lot of your work Starting with the guardians. Which is why you're here today. So I saw the guardians over a year ago now and was blown away. I told everyone. I knew about it. And all i kept saying was. I know this sounds like bullshit. I know. this sounds like this can't really happen. That's why you have to see this movie. And then i was surprised when netflix's dropped this movie and then you posted about it so it all kind of had this full circle moment With guardianship and then of course with britney spears coming out the door coming out a few weeks ago so it's the perfect time to kind of bring back the guardians and talk about it. I i love to know your thoughts about the netflix movie. I care a lot with just dropped a few days ago. Well i it's hard to Be objective about such a film. Because of how long i've been involved in guardianship issues and how hard it's been for advocates in guardianship to present this information to the public Even with the film the guardians. It wasn't very well received in the states that no broadcaster picked it up We actually you know while we were making before we made it pitched to net flicks and although they liked it. They didn't want to go with it so there was a lot of anticipation and watching a movie like this. Where were they going to get it. Right what was it gonna be like this is it was a real opportunity for advocacy around this issue So watching it Let's say if i didn't have any understanding of guardianship You know. I was introduced to it by my parents who said they hated it and i think it was personal to them of how much they've been involved in in guardianship issues through me me. I loved it. I thought it was a fantastic film. at the beginning in the first twenty minutes when they were dealing with the guardianship issue before it went down the rabbit hole of crime. They were spot on. I was actually Miffed at how on the money he was and how much research he did Into being in the eyes of my antagonist because it's clear that The character that That pike yeah. Resume unpack rosamund pike. Plays is a character of april. Parks gave her a glow up though. Yeah who is the. They made him look much better Who was in the antagonise. I went after in my film. It was even down to like the way my film. I presented the all. The characters involve the the literally. They literally did that. They replicated mike crazy wall even the same font under the. That must've been freaky for you. I was trying to figure out who are. Who can i sue. I mean i think it's more. Yeah i think is more no maginot and and and if it helped influence if my film it all helped influences film than Than i am honored. Because i think this film is doing amazing things for the issue so in the first twenty minutes i was Really just blown away a just blown away and angry. That i didn't think of this a think of the fictionalized doing it through the point of view of the garden. Now i originally. My film was called the guardians playbook and so i really was going to follow the guardians but back to the movie enough about me now. No we're going back to you. But yeah i'm curious what else and then when dink ledge came in to the picture. The movie turned into a ridiculous journey. And i'm not saying that as a bad thing. At first i was upset by it but won me over. Because he's just so brilliant. I mean his face acting has improved a million percent like it was fun to watch him. And it's you know. And and the way he reacted to his spoiling for. Yeah i'm gonna put a little spoiler alert. And i'll say it now so if you haven't seen the movie go watch it. It's it's a quick watch because we're going to do spoilers. Okay when he started to get really upset that what do you mean. She's stuck in this place and he would throw things against the wall. I thought that was hilarious. Because that is all of our reactions to guardianship is what do you mean especially somebody whose parents were taken and and so. I thought that was actually pretty. Brilliant that you have this crime. Russian crime boss who cannot believe how crazy these people are well and also that he's powerless in the moment over. It like how could this guy that couldn't just make everything. Go away every problem. Go away with a gunshot or a money that all of a sudden. He's he can't figure it out you know that he can't get her out and sane. That's how the little people feel everybody. Except the little people aren't rushing crime bosses. They can kill their guardians and so it became sort of like this revenge porn fantasy. which you know i enjoyed. I must admit but then at the time when we started rooting for the guardian Because we know we're supposed to not want her to be murdered. That became confusing to me. Because she's a lesbian loving lesbian with her girlfriend or absolutely gorgeous girlfriend. And then it's like just the idea of humanizing these sociopaths. I think that was a mistake. He i think it's debatable. I totally get it. I mean there were a lot of problematic things. So i was texting with my cousin after. I said good for guardianship. You know like issue guard bad for lesbians and bad for massage because they also made the one sympathetic character that you actually rooted for the guy that kind of wrap book ended it a total misogynist asshole when he that was an opportunity. I think for it to be a different kind of you. Didn't have to be about her being a woman right also. I put that in my review as well that i had in issue watching so much violence against women. Yeah and how about the clueless black judge like really the one black guy. You're gonna make dumb exactly. I mean these judges are done black or make another character. League is just strange casting like that. Yeah but i think. Look going back to the overarching issue. And i do want to kind of get into fact versus fiction. Maybe that's a good place to start with the judge so in the movie. I like that actor too. Who was just in this other showtime series i saw but he was just sort of like a bubbling fool. Like you know okay. We'll do that so so badly. Whatever you want like he he truly didn't seem to be in on the gripped at all. But i feel like your movie you that this this whole scam it. It goes into the court systems to right. They're not so innocent. Well i mean when we talk about the court system there are a lot of people that make up the court system so in it's a criminal conspiracy that runs through the court system under the color of law and legal is legal. What happened joining the because these are the people who created the laws around it as well. It's you know it goes again. It goes against the constitution because there are no separation of powers and there are no checks and balances these court systems run in their own little bubbles and they are not Nobody's accountable and There there's no oversight so the debate out there about the judges because you have a lot of people that make up a corrupt court system all the lawyers that are in there and the guardians and then you have the judges and his questionable whether the judges are in on it or not because nobody has yet to figure out. What's the payoff for the judges. Except for you know of their electability but at the same time The fifty percent say the judges are in on it and the other fifty percents say the judge just stupid and so you have A judicial system. That doesn't account for stupid judges right and you have a sociopathic group of lawyers that could potentially being taking advantage of the stupid judge And i would think that would be a call to action to any judiciary committee that I think there are a bunch of the idiots. Well if you look at like a pyramid scheme a pyramid game which the movie even kind of touched on that a little bit with you know like who's at the head is it april parks type so just to give people context so your film really expose. This goes on and many other places but it exposed clark county nevada which is vegas the the nefarious system and actually resulted in people going to prison which was amazing With that particular scheme was april parks kind of the mob boss and then the lawyers are under her all in one big circle together. I think april parks was low Low bearing fruit That was something easy. She was the sacrifice. You had all this attention and heat on the clark county system and they needed to get somebody so. They went after the dumbest of the of the lot. April parks Is just a you know a sort of a magnet on the shit. Excuse my language. She needed her pink. Peter dink latch to To give to to make are not small potatoes right. So is it that guy that in in your case in the reality version of it and the documentary version and the real life version The judges actually didn't end up in charge. It was they appointed. That guy who i believe also went to prison. Who then sort of like he got the cases and he was able to basically act as judge right. Forget his join with Judge nordheim exactly time so you did not go to prison. In fact he was after the end of the documentary and the end of the investigation. He was transferred john children's division. So he's doing what he was allowing to happen in family court for elderly people. He was then switch to doing this with children. And there's a huge problem in in vegas with children in the family court. I mean there's used problem. In the entire united states of america with children in the court system in the way they pretty much traffic children in the court system. And what do you. What do you mean by like what. What does that mean. Well like guardianship okay. So so in guardianship you have a trillion dollar industry of Unbeknownst wealth of elderly people that That this entire guardianship abused system has systemically revolved around bequest during the funds so that they do not go from the parents to the children and there's an entire industry rounded and they need elderly people in order to keep the going all the lawyers any lawyer in guardianship in family court needs elderly people in order to get paid so they are going to go looking for elderly people. And that's what they're doing and it's the same thing with children in the child. Protective service system. They need children in order to keep their wheels going and they are basically without due process. The same thing with elderly people taking children from american homes. So now we understand from your movie and from this movie where the profit comes from. But i don't understand where it comes from with kids any money. Okay well First and foremost there is a federal incentive that gives the state a certain amount of money for every child that is brought into the foster care system. Does that mean. Like if i adopt foster kid i get paid by the state right. There is if you if you fall the money there are not just you but many different people get paid. It kicks in a lot of funding for the state. And all you gotta do is look at your state and how much your state is getting in federal grants for a child protective services. Then why are there still so many kids in foster care. You know what i mean. If the incentives doesn't the incentive come out of adopting them from foster care no the incentive comes from every new kid that gets brought in the foster and services. So it's actually. It's not as out of the system. They need to recruit people to become a foster parents. There's a recruit. There's a recruiting process going because they need more kids and they need to. They need something to do with the kids. It's so horrible. I think it's obviously super noble to be a foster parent. You know and so then like to know that if you did that you'd be a part of this. Crooked system is so horrible will you know it's it's called the child saving business and a lotta people Our they are ignorant to their child. Saving overreach and You know a lot of people have good intentions but you know the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Not many foster parents actually research the history of where how their children go to them need do that. Is that documentary next okay. Good that was a nod are going back to the guardians How did you because you didn't personally experience this issue in your life right. How did you get turned onto this. This is even going on a few like over told this story but i can tell it hasn't been told on the podcast there you go. I just i just wanted to give you transparency here. First time i now listen you've done the the press and everything. It's a few years old but we want people is a great story. Okay there you go are you. Just come off the film. That i was making where i spent forty days looking for jesus as a jew and And through that process. Even though i never actually released the movie but i'm just starting to look at it again. I found a certain relationship with the supernatural. Let's put it that way to not give away the ending of my forty days movie and so i was looking for my next movie and One of the things. I learned in my forty days to try to find. Jesus was you know how to pray and ask god for help. So i ask god. Where's my next film. What i'm looking for another movie and immediately i heard a voice that said i mean when i say voice i don't mean like an audible. One strong direction said go to belgrade belgrade. Yugoslavia well today but it's the yugoslavia doesn't exist anymore but funny you said that and look jerk. I didn't even know where. Belgrade listen i. I was educated at a time before it was To look it up and it was serbia and and so. I told a couple people in at that time. People said don't go. It's not very safe there. So but you know i was in the process of learning the listen to this voice so i bought a plane ticket a one way plane ticket and i flew to belgrade upon arriving in belgrade i checked in on facebook and a buddy of mine and i knew when i was twelve years old. I hadn't really seen since i was twelve. Said oh you gotta go meet john niche. Who is this new brunswick in from canada who lived in a belgrade. So okay i literally just been there for five minutes. He had no idea where i was going. So i called up john bosnia and i said hey my friend hiram who they'd never met john bosnia got hiram out of jail in korea and he had never played never met this already so i shop at john bosnia's office and he's like what are you doing here and i told them the story that i just told you. And then he was like wow heads look on his face. Now john bosnich. I mean that's just to get into who he is. But he freed bobby fisher from jail and got him extradited to like i think iceland or something never ended the dying doing living in sambas. She calls himself a problem solver. He's a problem solver. Very interesting man so i told him the whole story about how i came here and i'm looking for my next movie. He goes. wow that's unbelievable. And he skype s- this guy who lives in the south of france old man who lives in the south of france in a in a seventeenth century home and He says hey. I got director here from canada. Who said he's looking for his next story and they both start laughing and then john's has opened the cupboard. And i opened the cupboard in its stacked with state of the art Film equipment like three brand new five days a entire lens kit everything that you could possibly want to make a movie. And he said we've been looking for director. Which are the guardians desert their movie. He the the man that he introduced me to that. I went out to go. Film is A unbelievable man with an unbelievable story and his parents were kidnapped by a guardian in new york city. And they're fifteen million dollar state was bequests tred. And so that's what turned me on to the guardianship and that was before any of the characters in my film even knew a guardianship was i don t. That's the craziest story ever. But did you really go to belgrade with zero plan. Because god told me that's where my next story was. I got i. When i say god i say god god i just wanted to clear. Is liz explain the unexplainable bad you know. It was giving into the intuition of something bigger than ourselves and leading me and and it changed my life because you know i- full-time faces issue. Well that's the thing so you know your style and especially in. This film is kind of vigilante journalism. Kind of in the in the footsteps of like a michael moore was that your intention. I mean it was that sort of by designed like once you fell into this world. You realize like i'm so passionate about writing. These wrongs like i have to be a part of this. Because you are. You're you're kind of friends center as an advocate for these people in the film. I think i've always been interested in social justice. That's always been my You know my first. Well my second feature was when i became a victim of a ponzi scheme for bernie madoff. So i you know i. I love diving into Issues that are dealing with the marginalizing people vulnerable people and using my voice in my i guess my ability to my perseverance in order to help and and now it's it's gone way beyond the filmmaking. I do this full-time now without filmmaking. It's something that i do. So was that like once. It got screened people. You became the go to guy right. I get five to ten emails or phone calls a week of people that are severely desperate so desperate that they're calling some an educated filmmaker who has really no pull whatsoever. That's not true and also you become sort of an expert to like fbi right and law enforcement. Yeah well you know i. I've definitely called the I was invited to the j. Edgar hoover building with the fbi to screen the film and and handover Are evidence etc. And then. I've called them since but there's not a lot that they can do or there's not a lot that they are doing. So that's what i want to get into a little bit. I don't wanna and that's that's just like coming full circle. What you said about not being able to distribute it. Because i think that people get weighed down in the mechanics. And they don't really understand. And i think i agree with you. I think the movie and the first twenty minutes did like this glossy kind of brilliant version of of of of showing exactly how it can happen because like i said when i would tell people about it. I couldn't even articulate how it it's able to happen you know and it is so so breakdown like actually although it's criminal in the sense of you know you're kidnapping people and you're doing things against their will essentially how it's actually with the collusion of doctors because we haven't really talked about the doctors because that's really where it starts because without a doctor's Not analysis but what is doctors no doctors. None of this can happen right. April parks called it. A mini mental. Her name was. That's what the name she had for was to send a doctor to do a mini mental. Like a basically a psych exam right determine whether or not they have dementia but what the hell is wrong. Like and i know this is rhetorical. But i don't know. I think there's so many slimy people when i think of doctors i do. I still have that kind of old school mentality that you know. Most of them are stand up people who took a hippocratic oath to do the right thing. I got in a fight with a neighbor of mine who had His father was a doctor and he took it very personally and never spoke to me again. After i told them this was during covid time. So maybe he was a little emotional. More emotional any probably usually was but I pulled out some quote like that. Eighty percent of doctors are narcissists. That part i believe. But but there's a difference between being a narcissist and being a you know exactly so Four percent of the population are sociopaths. Only four percent room of one hundred people four of them are going to want to undermine you and destroy your life. That's a lot of people when you think of. That's only one hundred people. You've got four people so this is something you know when we call people. A sociopath can ex-girlfriend ex-boyfriend all use a sociopath. We we've lightly throw that term around and that ends up hurting us because we need to know more about sociopath easy because next door the person you might piss off could be a sociopath and destroy your life and literally. They will live off of destroying your life right. And that's the distinction to that's important because they're greedy and they're sociopathic because greedy is greedy the without the destroying your life partner or sick. Yeah and Just like pedophiles. We need to protect ourselves from them. So why so these doctors It starts with their many mental as you said and then these guardians are then equipped with this note. Doctor's note to do is a called x. partee hearing right so that basically is like an emergency hearing that they can do without the client. Which is what happened in the movie. That says this person's clearly losing it. They can't keep them. They can't stay in their own home. They can't be in charge of their finances. The judge says oh. Thank you guardian for taking care of them and before you know it. They're threatening the person in the home. Who is being gaslight. Essentially into you know thinking that they're gonna get arrested now. Can they be arrested of course on the order. The police have to help. I mean this is a court order so this is a police. Have any idea like what's really going on there just showing up to two of the four people that were well the five people that were arrested after the film after the guardians got released One of them was a cop. So i think I think there's a lot of negligence involved I think that's why you know the whole defunding. The police movement has some availability as far as we need to diversify what we need protection and safety And it shouldn't all come from one law enforcement division We definitely need an ombudsman or some sort of a watch in guardianship monitors both with children. There is no the problem is what it all comes down to. there's no due process and due processes are right and that's what they're taking out so what it is is that these are. This is a a conspiracy and it's a crime that is That happens in the courtroom so if you were to do forensics of the crime it's all there all the clues are there in the courtroom and what they've done is they've thought of the perfect crime and then they reverse engineered the laws to help them do this. It's it's very calculated because they've been doing this I think the first person we knew of under guardianship they got all the money taken was howard hughes. And in fact. Jared schaefer was howard hughes guardian and jerry. Schaefer is the Main antagonists in my documents right now. Did he go to prison. No wow completely untouched. Use the poet. He's the public He was the public defender. Sorry he was the pu- public guardian of clark. County las vegas so so so. Here's the question. So if i if i'm alive right so it's just me you know my husband's dead. It's just me. i have kids. I've done a living. Will or donna will That point you know my daughter. My guardian is that. Can they still do this or now will when i showed up in In clark county. They had a law so again so they see you know how the crime is constructed as they see. That's going to be an issue. We've got to get around that. So they created a law that says if you are not in nevada you cannot be guardianship of your parents. Oh wow right so you would just think it's like if you don't have one hundred foot view of this you just think oh there's a law but there's a reason why that law is it's to help aid in nabet these criminals these sociopaths that have designed the entire family court system and for who knows how i mean this is vegas mafia-style knows what type of course coercing there has happened. What type of blackmail. There's happen how high up it goes. I mean there's a reason why This goes up so high. Now i know i read like you said arizona texas. I believe florida is this like are there different laws from state to state where this could not happen. Let's say in california or somewhere else. I mean it definitely helps california's one of the worst. We'll talk about britney in in a minute so yeah but Right and then you know the whole casey kasem thing. That's disney's grand right right right so so. Are there states where this doesn't happen. I think there are states where it happens less. I don't know particular which ones they are. Because i do know that i. The supreme court of indiana invited me to come speak to The judges but guardianship keynote addresses right wing. Covert started and i was like okay. Well i'm just gonna expose. What's going on in indiana and actually when speaking to a couple of the advocacy groups is seems like indiana. There's not a lot of nefarious activity there. So that's one state. I know of but i mean we just go through the states from michigan new york pennsylvania. I mean it's all it's rampant. It's rampant where florida mostly where you find. A lot of elderly people going for a retirement. So as a filmmaker mean you now from the guardians and now of course framing brittany. How impactful this is why i love doing what we do is just for every kind of well maybe not for you but for every sort of like you know. Non socially justice. I try to do something. I balanced the ledger where you can feel like. Wow this actually is going to happen. I mean you know you gotta pay the bills right but but it's like the wind is right when you can do things that actually make a difference. And so you know and we won't get into it. But you. And i about britney for a while and then when this doc dropped and by the way even with the new york times with vanity fair and these you know huge respected media outlets covering it just didn't resonate it just didn't catch on beyond sort of the fringe group brittany. All of a sudden hulu doc drops every you know a list celebrities tweeting freebritney and it's like they're finally getting it and on and people are actually understanding. Guardianship is but. Here's what i want to ask you and this is you know when we started talking about this from day. One the thing that was always so mind boggling to me. Is that ninety nine point. Nine percent of these cases are with men and women over the age of sixty or sixty five and this was a twenty eight year old woman who was put under guardianship with of dementia. Had you ever seen anything like that and all of your work in this issue not just had not seen it but how they could do that to such a unbelievably famous person and in the world. Not about that. But as you saw with the framing documentary It was all really set up very nicely. I mean they really. They really tortured this person to get her in that state where they could then pull this on her. Do you think without her father. It could have. They have pulled it off you know. I bet you're her. Father is the one thing that Protects her even more from These people I bet you not not to be sympathetic. With with the father but Can you imagine what would be happening to her. Even without the father. At least there's that. I mean as evil as he is Maybe i mean again. I don't we don't know the whole story but we don't we don't know what's going on behind the scenes and we don't know who's involved and we don't know how high up it goes but we do know that it's a lot of money and a lot of people are making a lot of money one of the things that the doc touches on. But you know a lot of people were left. Shrugging their shoulders understandably because it makes no sense is how the core was able to fire. Britney's own lawyer. Has that ever happened before. Oh you mean. Adam who she hired right agree lawyer. Who does this kind of lie. he's not some charlatan. Yeah i mean if adam strides in as her lawyer we wouldn't be sitting and talking about this but have you seen that happen know. How does that. But they're also the court cases that i've seen you the only reason i've seen them is because you dig them up and find them because nobody would look at these court cases at all. I mean this is. The what's different about. Britney's is that. This is a highly highly visible case yet we only just i think within the last couple of weeks had access to any of the documents because they were closed The judge you know a in something that we don't rare we rarely see The judge show wouldn't let anybody look at the transcripts at anything. I wonder if the struck you know watching stuff. The doc was very well done Even though it didn't go as deep into the guardianship issues that we would have liked to see. I think More as a portrait of of the media and how that shaped and kind of get got her to that point What was your what. What's your sense of seeing her. I'm what struck me was pre quote unquote meltdown. Which is how it was depicted. Yeah she was thinking it was a meltdown right. So i'm using that. In course because and i remember watching the meltdown as it was happening in. It's very was very convincing at the time but now watching it with You know with hindsight twenty twenty one and we we are way more evolved. Were way more considerate where we know more about mental health issues. We know more about And postpartum and and it was a confluence guy ten the thing that upset me the most unbelievable i know he should be strung up. I mean i know we're cancel. Culture comes from because we're also angry. Were also angry and the minute. Somebody shows a little bit of blood. Just like I used to work at a chicken farm with like I think we have tens of thousands of chickens and my job in the morning was To go pick up all the dead chickens and chickens are the fiercest animals in the world and if one chicken shows a little blood. All the other chickens will Be contaminated know. All the other chickens will peck in fucking to death. It's not expecting okay. I guess a metaphor. What i get it. The doctor right now is either wrong. Big preemptively. cancel you so we don't have to just breathe preemptively say i have no idea what i'm talking about the dive. Listen i put myself at that. I mean i you know. And i could add up myself and i still don't know what i'm saying so so back to my question here. Here's the thing so guess. What really made me. Sad and confused was watching her. Before that and seeing she was bright articulate she was lucid seemed to have a really good grip her dancers who talked from the time of worked with her she was born woman. She was in control. And now you see are on instagram. Ten years later and it really looks like a completely different person. I don't know i I think this is a person who's who's been traumatized a lot But i still you know when. I see the stuff on instagram I still just. She's just a normal person and she's just she's quirky and something's off it makes me she's being well makes me also think that she's being drugged like the cheese been you know. They've convinced that she's bipolar. And she's city she can't can't be You know this or that may be. She is by ed right. Maybe she writes she. Maybe she does have mental illness issues at. But that doesn't mean you need to be in guardian exactly so this is what people that may my head explode belly p. There were a few people. I saw on social media people that i know not random people saying like cut it. Cut the crap with the freebritney stuff. This woman's obviously under guardianship for a reason you know. She's got mental health issues. I'm thinking well. Ok connie's not in a guardianship tons of people. Donald trump was president of the united states. He's not under guardianship like arena. You know put every so mentally ill person under a guardianship. That was insane to me and depressing. Yeah but i also think misogynistic. I think that factors into a two for sure. Look the hope. Is that in terms of chain that something like the freebritney movement is is the catalyst that the match is going to like the spark. That's going to start the fire riot. Will that's the difference. Is that right now. You have a a group of very passionate people who have been inspired to organize and come together in order to expose this and help their You know help their their Britney and help them out of it and the one thing is that why the bad guys always get away with this type of stuff. The bad guys are organized and the good guys cannot get organized and nas. What freebritney is they are a inspiration for all of us who are advocating on how to organize ourselves because that's been the biggest The biggest Hard thing for for advocacy. Is that people on the good side. They don't they're always inter-fighting they're always a high in. I mean yeah. I don't want to go down that rabbit hole with politics but that's one hundred percent true and they've done it on an international level. I was on a zoom with a. I don't know maybe a month or two ago. There was paris. You know multiple places around the globe represented. I was like they have built and inter. You know which is cool with social media. You can do that now. And i think the confluence of covid also with everybody. On lockdown people were on social media more people their eyeballs. Were on it more so in a way the timing was good but i just hope that again. I think it's confusing to people that She's really in two different types of conservatorship so the hope obviously is that. This is a free woman. It's not enough for her to just you know have co control of her finances. She needs to make decisions on her own. The i think that's more important of her person. Yeah i've heard your free will. She has no free well. Yeah i think if If everybody in guardianship and caught up in guardianship had a freebritney movement We wouldn't be in this place anymore and hopefully win. Britney does get free that That she becomes voice for all of the other people who don't have her name That are caught up in this. And then you know. And i think the freebritney movement is Is the beginning of a change in in in guardianship abuse. Do you think. Now with the heightened visibility of the movement and sort of this money and people talking about everything again. Are you more hopeful that laws can change that people. Will you know maybe not get in on these scams for fear of getting caught and going to prison like do you think things will actually change the reason why these crimes work is because they're done in silence it's a part of their scheme is to isolate people from everybody else To medicate them and the only thing that is going to stop this is exposure and the more we expose. The less will be able to be done. The problem is is that when you are the victim of a conspiracy and this very much is a conspiracy not to be confused with the tag word conspiracy theory because this is not a theory is not about aliens. this is a conspiracy that Means when you have two or more people that come together in order to Commit a crime against somebody and so. That's what this crime is. And when you are the victim of a conspiracy. It's hard to get people to help you. Especially if it's so unbelievable and that is why they've been getting away with it because this it when you said. This is a crime against women. Most guardianship victims are women. I didn't know that this is a crime against women and the vote and vulnerable people but women i and so Because a lot of times you know the men die. The husbands die in the women are left alone. And that's when they're come after and so having been a victim of a conspiracy myself. That's what draws me to. This topic is because i know what it's like to be the victim of a conspiracy. I know what it's like to be in the middle of something where five people are lying around you and convincing other people and it is the most isolating experience ever and it was very hard from me to find people to help me. And so that's why i have you know Been there for other people. Because i never want Somebody go through what i went through. I love that So wrapping up. Obviously no matter what happens to tomorrow this film and your work is a huge part of your legacy you know. Tomorrow's not guaranteed though. Yeah so you know what i'm saying. I'm just saying like to me you. I think a lot of people. I mean just to explain myself. I think a lot of people like you know. I hope in ten years i do acts and i hope my legacy is this. I think you've kind of well established that you've already kind of done it. Is there anything though that you that still feels like i wanna do acce- you've really done so much. I think it's really how i see. It is i lied. I lied a very blessed life. I've been very blessed in my life and and part of that in return is to Is to use those blessings to help others and whatever it is you know i always say people say how do you find these stories and i say i don't find stories stories. Find me and i'm just here to do my job which is to be present and to to do what i'm told And so that's on on a spiritual save by that guy. Whoever that was telling belgrade right. The i like that. I think that's a very. I like the i don't find story stories. Find me i really guy that happens to me to always like go away. I don't want that story really. Yes these stories you do choose the mall. Yeah because so much of the time the stories of the craziest ones and then you're on a trip to crazy town. And you're like what crazy town you thriving. What's interesting about your involvement in freebritney. Is that that found you right because she you had done the sort of declarative documentary on guardianship. And all of a sudden the freebritney was like. How do we explain that. What's going on brand new. Two people go on their on their sort of like research. Manual was watched the guardians amazon prime. So i'm going to tell everybody though. Watch the guardians on amazon prime. Yeah just hit me recently. Like how supportive You know because you're just so caught up in the fight all the time. It's you don't take a moment to look around you. And and the freebritney movement has been extremely supportive of the film the guardians and and who would unknown. Who would have known that. A movie that i would make for four years in the trenches of exposing guardianship and freeing elderly people which most of the world you know didn't care about until covid and uh and to be picked up by a movement that is trying to free britney spears It was wild when i first started seeing the post You know about a year ago. i knew nothing about britney being server ship and Would wild thing to have like maims out there on the internet. That have Me and brittany on the same page as like who would have thought year an international pop star now so before i let you go. Where can people find you well. I have a website. My name billie mintz dot com b. i. l. e. m. i. n. t. z. Dot com and the gardens is on amazon prime But if you live in a nother country besides the us and don't have access to amazon prime. Just find me online. And i will make sure you get to watch the film. I'm glad you mentioned that. Because i weirdly have people in all different kind. When you break down the stats. I think i've got some serbians tail so shout out to survey many times on. Shot in last film in serbia. Funny enough full circle moment. Wow i was just in serbia locked down. I got stuck in serbia the first day of martial law when covid started and i was able to get home that day. Well this has been so great. What a treat. I hope that we officially get together soon. That's the goal and in the meantime just you now keep doing what you're doing so much. Thanks for being here.

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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"Big news i've ju- gotti under my umbrella for cameo as as very exit. He reached out to me And i have juju gotti under my umbrella. I jus gonna kill it on cameo. I'm about to claim billy as well. I dunno where we left this. I have no idea. But billy wants on cameo i have over fifteen thousand dollars or request. I need to get to i. We'll get to them today tomorrow. Silly not that much. Aren't you charging one hundred su. So here's the deal with. Addison and i'm trying to tell this to your dad ok addison. It's like golf chris. If you choose the play with a caddie he knows the golf course. He knows the terrain either. Trust caddy or you. Don't addison in fact alcohol catterson. Okay canisius he's our caddy. He's the guy who takes us through cameo what he sets the price. He lowers the price he ups the price we want. I just trust. Addison do catterson is in the do whatever the hell iwon am. I getting this wrong. Are you screaming at us right now. Like are you extra louder. You just stugotz like you just fired up. I'm very excited very passionate about what's happening now. Okay continue. i'm sorry. It just seemed you were screaming. I want billy to enjoy what it is. We're all enjoying the love. On cameo make money off of billy billy ever enjoy what the rest of us are enjoying. It's the whole role. He's been such a great as suffering around here. All right. i'll pay. I'll take the other side on this one. I just not like him. You like look. I love our fans. I'm just not good at it. I'm gonna be awkward and uncomfortable and like stick. Let me let me tell you a quick story and this actually is a quick story. I was asked to do for the graduating class of my high school. Just like a quick congratulations video like less than a minute. No live less than a minute right. I said to my hostile report dateable for you and poppy team times and lie made those meet. We need to release those. I was like i would wipe congrats. You still have that. Does he still have that to someone. Is that video available to us. Let me see. I let me see if i can track it down but it was so bad and i did so many different tastes and i'm like no like and then at the end of all that i'm like none of these people even know who i am. Why am i recording video or then. This is absolutely nothing to these eighteen year olds. They don't know. Why didn't you ask me to do this. I was there for an hour trying to record a one minute video just saying like hey good luck are this year. Wasn't that good. You know hopefully next year in college things will get better like what why tell an eighteen year old about a pandemic. I've never been through this. I'm going through it just like they are. You can imagine how hard cameo is going to be for me when it's like. Hey tell my person happy. You know twentieth. I dunno whatever it is. What what did they requested of you guys. So far you guys fifteen thousand dollars. You have a record recorded one video yet. I don't think there's no way you're going to be able to keep up to the with the demands Able to keep up with demand. Like here's here's one of the first ones. I got Hold on should we just do some of these now. Those people would appreciate that. We're here with you. Do you want a bang out a few of these. Can you do it quickly enough to your first one here with us live on air. Yeah i'd like to. I'd like to pick out a few. Because unlike greg i'm actually gonna put some effort into there's like one guy wants me to give a hot take on the braves. Nc state or the carolina panthers. So i was going to go home and try to do it like in a braves shirt or brave jersey mafra maximum effort. These people are paying a lot of money to deliver a message. Okay everyone skeptical now chris. You're not believing serious graves. Close get outta here. Don't know if. I have a brave jersey. I'd like or braves cap or something. Atlanta braves related liked to do it in a braves journey floor. All right. can i get back to what we were talking about. Just because i want the audience to understand what we're going through right now and how funny it's going to be to watch all of this because we are totally untethered right now. We're almost talking directly to you because you're just getting us from a variety of different places none of which actually own us so we're headed into negotiating period and the first order of business. Is everyone fighting over the cameo money already. Like it's the first thing that has arrived with freedom and it's not surprising to me at all but what's to god's saying here you guys were immediately skeptical about how much efforts to god's is gonna put into this. You guys made faces. As soon as he went down the path of all the effort he was going to put into this and as we head down the path of just brazenly grabbing money from our fans. Because this is this is a really strong community and everything we've ever asked them to do they end up. Doing i would like to do this with grace. And in our show style. I would like these people to get a little piece of the radio show like just you're getting a little private show. That's what i would like for them to get for their money because we're sitting here and it's literally taking your money so i would give them a little bit of a show in those cameos. So they're earning so you're earning the forty dollars because it actually feels personalized. I plan on on absolutely trying to deliver them some sort of show being serious here. I'm taking this very very seriously. Because i think it's important for us to do for our listeners. And i see a real revenue stream here for us guys. I really not altruism. It's got sees money here and sees being able to that directly cash in on. I appreciate the honesty. Because what i because. This is why the reason i appreciate the honesty. Look what we do is a character and isn't and let's speak most freely here now that we know that we're speaking to the people who just ride with us. Okay the construct of this entire show as a comedy troupe has been disguised for eight years at espn is if we're a sports show and so we leave the machine and now you see what's left behind us. It's the pieces of the machine. That absolutely don't do it this way. The stugatz thing has been a construct but it is only him turned up to ten. The real stugatz. That about a nine like it's it but there is some really nice stuff around the money with him and so legitimately i'm going to present you something that's do. God said to me before we got here because it was heartfelt. No but it was nice. To god's but i also didn't know whether or not to believe you because someone just toasted glass there's liquor in here for some reason. Can we do the drunk sherry christmas. Dan that's remain christmas drunk. Show where there are no rules. No you can get drunk. Wait a minute what did you. I'm not getting speech today though. I think i might want to get drunk. I think those would be great. Cameos from drunks. God's i have no issue doing the show drunk. I have no issue do a drunk cameos. I have a keynote speech. Give today at eleven forty five. So what kind of tequila is this. You bring an end. Does it have the wrong honest. How did this get here. I brought it in yesterday. Yeah at the pick up my laptop. So i made a little drop-off santa may delivery. It's it's an expensive tequila. I don't know if you dry your tough to shop for man. I was just like give me your top shelf. Give me the most expensive to kill. You have not had king to kill us. I love you acting like you don't know what to keel. Is what you know what brandon. I don't know what this is. But i'm going to now have it for breakfast day in it so this is good here so i want you guys. Give me a real verdict. Yes billy giving just rewind for second. We're talking about how much god's and how much he's trying on cameo. We'll having recorded zero messages so far while everyone else has recorded messages and his excuses. I wanted to see if i have a braves jersey at home. Well i'm taking my time. Chris boswell thank you for my holiday gift. I appreciate it. I have one for you. I texted you about it. Takes the gulf related. Were golfing soon. Got this pain for you to play at my golf course for the holidays. Merry christmas to me that the number of times. I've heard you accuse somebody of doing something. Like not returning a call and then coming to and saying but i called you. You didn't call me back and then you just sort of walk away laughing. It's usually my fault okay. So this is what. I want to put in front of you guys. I wanna verdict here for some reason. This has become a law. Our help me understand. Whether or not stu gods his sincere because i was moved by stugatz saying you know what i'd want to do because some of the people who have written in have written in such kind things about how we Brought them through a dark time or they were hurting and stugatz said in a way that moved me. He's like you know what i'd like to do. I'd like to find a listener. Here and there stephen nebraska i i'd like to find one and then just who wrote us like a nice letter about how he was down on his luck and just send them the cameo money and i'm like well. You can do that quietly you could. You could do that without publicizing it. Because i don't totally believe that there would be a stephen nebraska and the fraud runs on both ends. Maybe steve from nebraska starts faking it because he just wants to got his money. Or maybe stugatz can cox the steve from nebraska so that he could take his money and raise kamya money. So what's the verdict more. Likely it'd be a steve in the cayman islands. So so so. Which one do you guys believe. Because when i came in here like you guys know that stugotz can actually be very generous can be very greedy. So which is it. Can it be both that. I believe one hundred percent stugatz meant that when he said it but also thousand percent believe. He's not going to do that in both those things. Yeah i believe the thought went through his head but it was like wouldn't it be nice. Roy's cameo money went to stephen the brask. That'd be a nice thing. For steve wright. I tell you what else i'm dealing with here. Is you know how do we vet our listeners. How do we know if they really need the money. Like if someone promoted that to me. And i was listening to a radio show. I would talk cranking up the lie just to get money. It loses. It's nice gesture is asking stephen nebraska for his father's death certificate asking for it and also saying and i've got seventy five thousand credit cards. Now you have to really worry about about stugatz in general but we could do a nice thing here. We really can. And what this part of the journey with you. And i think you can hear the happiness in all of our voices like students this motivated and radiant in a really long time about doing this job. You are fired up. It's it's like seeing the young you the the young ambitious you like you. You've been taking a cliche beating from me as the court jester for eight years just coming in here every day. I'm not going to stop. This is the payoff. This is the payoff right. This is freedom this is us with our fans and this is literally and symbolically cashing on cameo like you've been touched flattered that that what. Espn helped us build like way people need to understand like the back story on this. What stu gods built all of this here because many years ago through fraud and contamination stu gods was running a radio station. I was thinking about this the other day. Do you realize looking back on the same damn day. That boob leaves For the cubs job. Do you realize the talent of that station you put together. What a dream lineup. You created twenty years ago to make this thing that sends sodano and izzy rocketing over here and rocketing over there now. Boobs got the damn job. And here's the best part about it's to got says we're getting all the applause here and it's felt like our eulogy and people are really embracing us and we've never been this popular. Who boop chambi our beloved boob shambhu cares about doing that. Thing so much is probably the best in the country at it because he scopes and knows baseball like he could be running a team and so yesterday. He's getting calls not never mind applause in that city of chicago just for being the broadcaster and a discerning city replace guys been there for sixteen years. Len kasper was here before that and for buksh giambi to get that job to universal applause to consensus. He deserves to be there. He he is going to be valued with the chicago cubs. How cool is that that. That's what we're in the middle of right now. And how cool is it that your the one who put those people together twenty years ago building this thing. That's rocket shipping now. We couldn't imagine look at where we are. Gods like like what was the dream was what the dream was a local radio show. I mean the dream was to be honest with you when you and i were doing afternoon drive in miami and it started to have success. That was the dream. I you know the fact that it went all the way the espn and now where we're sitting today and what's in front of us. Today is truly a blessing to me. And yeah i feel a great amount of pride in where everyone in that lineup has has landed boob with the chicago cubs. I would say probably one of the three best play by play jobs. A major league baseball there is. There is no one better. I'm telling you there is simply on bias. I'm no we've been friends for thirty years There is simply no one better at what boob ciampi does then boob shami. The sculpting craft and the telling of a story and in the honor of vin scully You know a guy who's got the skill to make it sound like still timing poetry while telling you reported stuff and on top of that Just so solid as a broadcaster in terms of his knowledge of what he's watching and then being able to spin it. It's tim curtin and boob shami for me in terms of the two people i know and i don't know we should. Oh we can't call tim curtin. We can't call lougee either. I would love to know with the cubs. Espn think he's. I don't know whether it's like. This is going to be complicated in coming weeks. As i don't know whether we're how many of these espn people were going to be able or allowed to have on with us. Our friends right our family. These people have become this part of. It's going to be weird. That we don't know if we could just pick up the phone and call meena and and have her just show up here like she used do. It is going to be weird you but just back to seven ninety to take it for a second to have boob arrive where he's arrived to have sodano out in la doing some of the things he's doing an mba stuff to have us arrive where where we have arrived. And i'm telling you right now. The person i am proud is dove and no one is accomplished more. Joe rose to have a entire radio station named after him. Five sixty the joe. Girardi turn something. That was nice okay. So let's follow this story with us for those of you and there there are so many of them to gods who have been with us all twenty years there a whole lot of people who think they get the show but all they get is the show for the last eight years which was different from what the show was before that like i i i went and kicking in streaming kurt screaming. I'm not going to be changed by the corporate machine. This thing isn't going to change. And you know by the ends. To god's doing twenty five minutes of commercial rates and i just i it's a pandemic and i just can't fight everything off like a twenty five minutes of that had to be noticed right like you notice the difference right now in two days of us just talking to you without interruption and the idea that every five minutes we were stopping To tell you you know like the you can notice the difference in the in the in. How relaxed we are doing this. Can you not yes. I mean i hope people notice that we all notice that we've gone from twenty five minutes of commercials two zero and now we're talking to these segments are way too long and we're gonna have to shorten that up but The part of the journey. That i'm excited about and it is really cool. Because you've seen me blubbering on television and around here. The last few days about this wonderful thing that you have helped us build that we can't We cannot believe we just can't believe where we've arrived with the freedom and our stuff to continue entertaining you here in this space for free because we just know. Somebody's gonna come in and be like. Oh yeah they're gonna fight they're gonna fight over wanting this thing because of the power of you guys do underneath it making sure that it gets a supported you really have like rocket ship us into a really cool future where i've got to figure out. Are we going to just start drinking on air. I've got to here now I don't the bar staff. Mike like this is kind of a hotel is kind of I mean need a bar staff just chugging out of the bottle well. i'd rather sip it. I would rather sip and tell people what mike i can. Just do this now. I can have some morning some. You want me to get a more staff person. I don't have. I don't have a shot glass or anything is all. I'm like okay. Plastic cup right here. Are you really going to start drinking right now. I mean is there any people. Is there anything to keep me from. Dinka drinking now shocked jock. That's what's happening on our second day of radio. I'm shocked jocking. It or should get drunk. I'm not getting drunk. I have a big speech delivered today. And i also have a lot of cameos to catch up on. I will tell. Chris cody this. The dolphins have Chan gailey has resigned as dolphins offensive coordinator now. The news for many is that john. Kelly was the dolphins offensive coordinator. But i am telling you he is just resigned. So how about that some local news here. Miami dolphins geli out a lot. Often fans are happy. Sue god's with that because there was a fake adam. Schefter that fooled even. Espn espn had to put down an apology. Because the fake adam schefter had everyone convinced chan. Gailey was let go parting ways with the miami dolphins dolphin fan celebrated and then we're all bummed to find out the chain. Gayley was actually not let go and still on staff. That was the plan but now chan gailey twenty four hours after the announcement of him being on the staff is decided to no longer be on the staff himself after scooped schefter. Yeah and that ladies and gentlemen is the most boring roller coaster in the history of roller coasters. That story billy. What's going on here without is a catastrophic as i like to call him. He's caddy. he is. The guy that takes us through can be the rough terrain cameo. What does happen to here. You have multiple introductions or now the race's on before i couldn't get you know any facetime meeting with this addison and multiple be like a addison. This billy nice were just want introduce you. Bring them on board under me. Well i love roy. Swoop didn't there to try to get the The five dollars billy. Billy said he wanted to have his. Are we really doing this. This is already how it's going to start okay. Let me explain to the audience. What's happening around here. Of course to god's was first to the money and greg cody was a first responder as well and chris. Cody hasn't chris. You haven't done anything yet have you. You've just done some cameo you have okay. I'm killing it to that. No one can fake positive energy like me. Okay well you need to have an inside joke with the audience because this really does have to be what this thing becomes where i'm in. I think i'm doing what they want. I'm giving them. It's it's honestly fun. Because it's like improv. They give you three bullet points and then it's like go. Be funny you're garissa. I'm taking a couple cracks at. I'm actually enjoying it's exhausting. Guy thinks he's gonna bust the hundred out in our. I spent like a couple of hours on yesterday and twenty three. Like i'm telling you if you're putting the effort that you claim it's not that easy. I'm a machine chris. You should know that. Think chris this is what i think is funny about what's going to be the guy that's experienced and it's where and how he wins at every turn. It's because he's just gonna. He has a furnace blast like a rocket ship of tanks. He could so fake that just get into character and just be like body and throw a couple of You know you're just. He knows the character so well. That god's will rip through the. Yeah i think he will. Actually one of my crutches is saying whatever. Their name is like four. Different ways like i had a brandon brandon. Brad dino. don't big brandy. No ten seconds just saying wrong. It's also cooled. I this is the this is the beauty of the character. We are now cashing in on some of the request. I gotten his. Please say his name wrong wrong. Obviously going to be able to wrangle them to the bed. Because this is the guys always wanted to be. Wait a minute match trying. Just because i put the camera in my face and i just be this stupid character created. See what. I'm going to be so bad at this. You'd think i could call them. Brand dino may point ellie your character. What do you mean you can't do this. You're your character is simply to be insecure. Be taking pictures with people magically all the gavin self. Am i selling my building killing you. Don't understand to the side billy. How do you not get show. The audience wants you to be insecure. And give you give them your phone or ability. The that's in character scared awkward. Your billy. I think you're going to be like i think you're being more popular than greg. Cote he's going to be on there. I think you will be more popular. If you just stay in. This terrified neurotic character. Because that what do you make of the gamma mafia there. Because that's what you know. How many fans you have. Billy it's It's nice it's i don't get it but thank you. Thank you. everybody. But i'm gonna listen to me. I will disappoint you in this video. I'm telling you right now. If you send me a video i'll send it back. It'll probably be the eighteenth time. I tried to do that video. These will probably take me longer than it takes everyone else. Because i'm gonna just be like that doesn't make sense as person's knocking like this. I'll send it to you. Just be patient. And it's it's a it's gonna be underwhelming did it will probably be underwhelming. Billy i will help you out anyway. You need But you're falling under roy's umbrella and so. I'm a little disappointed there but that's fine. I want roy to earn the money there. But i will be at any way. You need a cat. I'm gonna rip through some this afternoon. I wanted to talk to you guys about too. Because i find it interesting. How much the dolphins what great length. The dolphins are going to coddle too. I don't get it first off. It is very very obvious that the head coach does not trust his rookie quarterback. I don't think he trust the middle. He never lets them. Throw the ball downfield. And then you have the head coach and the g. m. feeling the need to give some reassurance to to Headed into the off season that he's going to be the starter next year and i didn't like that first off. Why do you feel the need to do that. And secondly why would you guarantee. He's going to be the starter next year. What if someone falls in your lap. What trevor lawrence is there a three. You're not gonna take him to pass up a lot. Like i don't like the dolphins have to go to such great lengths to made to feel good about to christie. You agree. I mean it's he can't stugotz e can't have to like. What are you gonna just going to draft a quarterback every year like. Wasn't that bad this year. He had no help this year. I know we've had this argument over and over again about how much to is. Lack of success was him not being the guy or his lack of support and i. I'm with dolphins. Like what are you. Just gonna draft a quarterback every year. God's will not listen. I've said this before. I would draft a quarterback every year especially the way the the rookie contracts are structured. Now as opposed to years past. I'm just saying the way they have to like kind of buoy him up and remind him. Hey you're our future. You're the quarterback. You're the guy why they have to stop you. Because what does he need to hear that. They're not coddling him. You said they're going to great lengths to coddle and protect this quarterback and from afar. I've been sort of like. Wow that's an interesting way to treat a young quarterback pulling if you're worried about quarterback confidence and whatnot. Brian floor is is totally carved out a whole new unique path to handle a rookie quarterback. That isn't exactly delivering for you on what you thought. His ceiling was in fact. It took two whole days for that organization to say something publicly after they already clinched the number three overall pick pick. That would net you a top prospect at that position for chris. Greer to come out and say to is our quarterback that buys you buy something with two and the nfl and all the other executives are sniffing around that pick understand that you could still very well take a quarterback with that pick. They have to do that. Because you don't wanna lose the quarterback publicly and lose your leverage for that pick. Either they're lying to him. That's what you do. You lie to the quarterback. You're like no no. You're you're you're a guy at boom. You'd take trevor lawrence boom. Take justin feels. That's what you do. You lied to everybody so they don't know what you're doing. Were secretly behind the scenes. You're pulling the puppet strings and figuring out. How can we get a new quarterback because this guy is a bust. I saw some mock draft. That had them taking some. Byu quarterback over justin fields. But he's good. I'm why would you have to announce the guy you took fifth in the. Nfl draft is going to be your. It should go without saying he's going to be the quarterback next hold on. Forgive my ignorance here. The heisman was decided last night. Devante smith yeah. That was weird that that was weird. Espn's cab let's do you realize that. My father voted on the heisman again. That is i wonder. If you'll get to keep his heisman. Vote puticevo for. I did not ask him. Do you want to call him. Do you want to get him on his own. Do you wanna put him on. Isn't there like a whole code. That people don't like to reveal their heisman ballot. After you're allowed to have their all sorts of very sorta code. They wanna call my dad now on zoom. Because i've got a couple of questions i'm thinking. Hey i i wanna clean some things up here tequila. Should i be doing this. Yes or no. Am i gonna do. Am i going to drink during a morning. The morning of the show to be shock jock. Some should i do that. Yes or no es stugotz is still saying. He has a speech for some for some reason. I want to talk about what that speech is because the rules are so weird right now with. Espn the stugatz. Now scared mike. He doesn't know if he can actually even give this speech if he's allowed to interact with an espn person. I am a. there's a thing every year called lacks con Funny i'd be the keynote speech Speaker with the word con but there is a thing called lacks. Gone where i'm supposed to today. They're recording a zoom conversation with me and matthew hasselback now. I am not certain. I'm even allowed to do that. It's content right well. It's content for them yes convention but people are paying paid appearance. People do paid appearances with rival network. People all the time. I'm not being paid for this. You're not why you doing it because they asked me to do it. I'm trying to help you just doing something to be kind. Well i'm trying to help grow the sport. It's a sport that gave very much about my daughter's playing college to grow it. I'm telling you there's no angle no anger whatsoever. Hold on let me tell. It just dawned on me in fact. Now that i'm thinking about it the perhaps i should be paid for this and now i'm gonna text the guy we have a whole separate set issues here now. Okay hold on. I need Hasselback getting paid. I'm getting paid. I'm getting paid more all right. Hold on let's just slow down for a second. Because i've now got this tequila and a toast to stugatz because we have really arrived when All of this is happening. Adjust your camera. Because we'll put this out on social to prove that you're like real okay. You're real dangerous camera digits. Catch him like pouring it. So okay on zoom yes. I'm going to drink. I'm going to be a morning shock. Miami beach where a party city and we are now allowed to have a hell of a lot more fun than we've been having and we've been the most fun show in sports for a long time and given new nap in your future. Oh i think. I think scott right now. I don't think i know. Say unless you continue to drink the entire day like if you stop drinking the within twenty minutes v stop drinking once you start day drinking headache and you're in bed. I don't think so. Actually i think i want to do this. Show like exposed. I want to see if i can get my father in here to talk to him. Because i want to use my father in the next incarnation of this show. You know one of the things that made me blubber on highly questionable. The other day is that it's been the greatest professional blessing in my life to have my father at literally at my side is know the story of all of this shit. That's crazy second language middle of the lineup for the worldwide leader in sports doesn't know much of anything about sports but american grows to love him because he's a little bit of a sports sitcom dad. I want at the end here right. A lot of stuff will happen. That i'll be able to be more honest about in coming weeks About you know. Like y i had to run away You know on my honeymoon for six weeks to go take care of my family because my father just things It's late in life and then he disappears from the tv show. And i had to take care of my dad in the middle of this and then you guys kept the whole show up you know. I didn't even know if i was going to come back. Thought i might be gone forever right there and ask for any of that Yes you did not and so. I'd like to talk to my dad and bring him back as a character because he's gotten a little bit older and he's little he's a little frailer you've probably seen on television that it's That at the very end there on zoom call in a pandemic. he can't come around here he's not as robust version of himself. I miss him. I do to stu gods. this has been brutal man. The last twelve months in this country have been No matter and this is a funny. We've we're always having the argument like it. It makes it easier to have money shore. Money doesn't buy you happiness but it helps with the down. Payment and a lack of money will Will make you unhappy. But in the next incarnation of this. I wanted to be a giving thing like a thing that you know literally gives back on cameo and like the maas events. I don't know how many people know the history of this but that was just to get our crew more money like those were. These are invented businesses. A stugotz has given his likeness. He signed his likeness over to me. because We were going to get you some money to the crew. Even those guys can be greedy can also be generous and gossip taken a a fraction of what he could of of that t. shirt money because it's his stuff that sells the most and it all trickles down to wants to get involved with the giving and the sharing of this money for real now though billy now like all the fraud and your past with him like i really do feel like stugotz wants to turn this into something. That doesn't just make money for him. I would like that. I'd also like my likeness back. They're to get that back. So this is what i want to ask you. I'm going to start drinking in a second. And i think we should do. Gods cameo takes on here to show you chris to show you that he can do these rat a tat tat in character and he can zip through these with like. I believe that stugotz will be better at this than anybody because while you think he's being lazy he's just going to be maximum ham and he's gonna blow torch. Everything's thirty seconds at a time without redo without even needing to redo most of them. I think you have that confidence in him. Chris now the more you talk about it. He's gonna crush this. There are some that will make you think like i might have to call. You like one guy. Asked me for my best dan stories so i want to be careful. You know oh yes. All the governing. Now you're to be careful of me. You gotta be careful of the hassle back. I you guys will be happy to know that this weekend. I finally got to meet loose. You got his aged Time let's say look like you didn't meet them each vote them on the phone but i love having an agent named lou. I have no idea why but it. Just it gives you a peace of mind just to know that my agents name is lou. You guys know how cool it is like legitimately cool and and a lot of people wonder about Me and stugotz in our history and our marriage and how we love each other and how this thing has worked for as long as it has. Whenever goes that way in this business. I i saw that bomani. Jones wrote something really sweet and sweet for him. Because he doesn't show a whole lot of public vulnerability because of the things that like beat him down getting to this point in his career. He wrote something that was deeply moving to me that we've become legitimate friends through all of this and stugotz and friends who know each other that way in this business go back twenty years and we have navigated all these negotiations with him trusting me and never more blindly than he is this time and never more lovingly then. He did this time because he never made me feel bad that he had to be kept in the dark on some things. And because we man i i want the audience really appreciate this because it's deeply moving the way that you love us. And i've gotten into the tequila now. Is mike talks to engineers so. Forgive me if this gets emotional Because it's emotional for both of us. It is the outpouring of love over the last few days has been. I've found myself getting a motion. They had an my love for you as you get more excited my love for you because how long away have we come to gods when in these negotiations and this is the coolest thing and it's what's going to make me emotional is like When it was time to pack up our shit like it was like all of us know. Cody's gone let's go like yes and we weren't questions asked like i w- and it's not because people are afraid of me like they're just they trust me that way. I feel like. I've earned that trust but with all these careers and now i'm responsible for them like as i always been have been in some form stugatz during these negotiations has been so moving to me. Because he is legitimately left me alone and knows i value him I know you value me in a way that that few other entities or people do of value me. I've learned that over time. And i appreciate that. I'm grateful for that. I know about you value my wife. My children their wellbeing. That helps me well every single night. Because dan cares about that stuff. Not just for me for every single person on that on this show in fact he might care more about our families arcades than he does us ab- zero because he's just a decent kind And great human being so. I'm thankful we've arrived in the place that we've arrived you and i personally With our relationship and the relationship we have with the audiences is just is just unbelievable. It's overwhelming it is overwhelming how much this show means to our audience and a million times. We love doing it for you to ask me. And i'm not gonna sit here and be as at tell you the paychecks art nice but we love it for you guys. We really do. We love doing it for this audience in particular because this audience is part of the family so keeping with what we were talking about with the families. If you've been on this journey with us for twenty years because we're gonna talk about two and chan gailey but we're going to do the family. The the the miami show. We're going up. Who's that in zoom. Okay that's all dodgers being brought into the zoom. Mom just ran off here. Let's find out Live on air here. I'm drinking in front of my father. Nine thirty in the morning well. It's funny your mom. Pop didn't there. Because it's donna's wedding a shiite drank me. I mean she put me under the table with tequila. Your mom should bring mom on. You guys should ask her. Whether i should be doing what i'm doing right now. Which is drinking tequila. Bobby is okay. I mean that's the zoom is not working. This is going to take a minute. Probably daddy He's not on mute. All right we want to figure this out live on air or maybe can you now. It looks like here. He started talking when we address them. A pop. I miss you guys. I can hear you now. Poppy we miss you. You don't hear any of us. You're okay we were screaming. Because everybody here mrs you bobby can you see. Can you see everybody in zoom. Yeah i got the everybody. Roy is through you billy. A- chris chris everybody okay You could see mike as well because poppy has been at the centre. Bobby you've been the hood ornament on this nonsense miami machine that it just careened and swept all over all over. Espn and now. We're leaving your buyout money's coming. I'm drinking tequila at nine. Thirty in the morning bobby. Because we're celebrating. We're very happy because Because this this stupid family of ours. And you're the head of this stupid family of ours of chris and roy and all these things They want to say thank you because you made it so fun for them out that they also made it fun for me so it goes both ways okay. That was very emotional. Thank you papi. Papi's take a chan gailey no longer being the offense coordinator for the dolphins. Bobby ever take on that going through your scored. The nature yeah. I don't know what to tell you. Okay bourbon poppy. Thank you bobby. Has a question for poppy. Hold on bobby. What do you think of those new heat uniforms on. All the great guy very ray attractive. You know i mean the the different colours nice you know Light blue and all that stuff. That's a very sexy. Oh taxi we've gone through the cody bedrooms. We're not going through this bedroom for my father before before he gets out of here. Is there any on. I don't even remember why as we were having my question to kill. I'm okay. Who who who annoyed you mo more asking you to read liners billy or me We're having back donation here. I said who annoyed you to read. Liners more billy or me. You guys around me at all. No bobby that's not true. You were a diva hold on chris. Let's talk about this. I want to expose my father on this front because not everyone gets to be lovable. Poppy without some diva an ego. In it this is a man who's in relaxed mode just waiting for that pie leaning in bobby. How do you feel about that buyout. That's the american dream pop. You haven't been working for twelve months. You've been cashing those checks. Well i mean who who was he closer to your son. Poppy your son close the deal. We haven't talked about it. Thank you for all that. I feel so emotional. Chris so let tell the people the story of my father and how difficult it was to wrangle in around here to try and get him to do. Read wants to television stardom went to his head. He was always willing and very gracious with his time but he would. He would get a he'd be in the makeup chair. And i popped my head into the studio and you just say poppy. I need you for a couple of minutes. For a couple reason. He just slowly look to his right and just give you a look like i'm going to do it but i hate you. I'm kidding know chilling through his crew. Poppy it is true. Billy billy you would confirm this. Who does he hate more. Billy you or chris. What's the question. What's the answer. Probably chris because that's like one of the only things i would delegate. I'm like chris. Can you take to Can you go to read this. I'd be like chris. Can you offer record this. And then and then. A lot of times was expansion. Because like i can't. I can't do that. i'm like okay. i'll do it. And i'm like we're going to get this in one shot and if we didn't get into one shot i just find different places in different words a piece things together. We item and wage. Billy you're telling me that my father would be a one take wondering if you made him do more than one time he'd storm off ono. Nothing there is no storming ravening. I just didn't want to ask for a second take so we didn't get it in one. Take i'd figure out where we had words in other recordings from previous years that i could make things together. It sounded like all right. hold on. i'm gonna. I haven't been taking my horse in that bad. Pollen always did everything i asked. I just didn't wanna ask for a lot of things. Poppy to be on cameo under my umbrella. What do you think poppy. no poppy. This is a bad idea. Hold on a second. This is god's getting up into our in our into our my account and texted you. Don't make a deal puppy. be careful here. It's a bit of a pyramid scheme. I've got text. Addison bobby. I've got a whole lot of people trying to get it on the money here. Hold on a second. Let me explain to you poppy. Because i haven't been able to tell you some of what's going on in our negotiations okay. And this is the reason you're on with us. Yeah billy and. Chris are going to start needing you to make videos. They're gonna start working. You a little bit. I know you're you're ready to get back on that treadmill. You ready to be poppy. Whether it's on cameo or somewhere else. Mom loves being around these videos. She filmed doug this week and doug from des moines. What do you remember about him potty. You admitted he went from a no. He wasn't cuban he was your. That's okay but you did a great job reading for me. Poppy you did a great job reading all of that for me as doug from des moines. Billy and chris are going to need you to start making videos and stuff. We're gonna need to start sending you stuff so that you can give somebody the original copy if they call. Who do you think's gonna make the most money on. This will be you or poppy. If people are summoning Cameos from you guys all have my own a piece of poppies. Because he's under my umbrella zone got to be careful with the shark. Okay but this is your the big fish though. Perhaps after can get you bobby bobby. Let's make a deal on air right now. Okay this is a deal. You have to work with billion chris to produce some of these videos so that people can get what they want if they try to get you on cameo. Okay okay oberlin. that's a deal. That's a deal you easy money. Let's go boy girl is. I'm gonna send you those scripts.

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The No Jumper Show Ep. 88

No Jumper

2:17:40 hr | 4 months ago

The No Jumper Show Ep. 88

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I think i'm finally like i'm gonna watch this whole thing bronco. It gets better and better that it's man odds got into eighty. It's on hulu. It's about focusing on john singleton's series about just some some kid in the hood and basically his life just goes adding control from they're selling dope. Basically it's kind of like a new wire basically because they have different point of view so you also got like the fbi agent and how their involvement was how they crashed into the eighties as well. That is a really good point and a hispanic side as well too. I didn't actually really think about that. But that is a very very good point. Because that was what made the wire so good. Is that the same time you get to see. The the life of the dues on the street. See the life of the cops and see the life of like the reporters and then like even like the. It wasn't my favorite storyline. But when they were white people on the docks that part of crime and shit it's sorta like takes you through all the illegal shit and the whole city training day. I thought she was going to talk about when they made the fake serial killer talking about what memory they may like. The fake killer in was naming not was calling in investigations shit. I thought you were confusing with the scranton strangler for a no who is it who is strangling on the office. There's like a serial killer throughout the show and you never really find out who it is. But there's a lot of fan conspiracy theories that think that it was toby. Yeah i believe because he was on the jerry ship and he wasn't there any time that they was watching shit was having right. Think about it is a really weird plot when you think about the fact that that was just included within the office. It's so unlike every other plot that's going on in. I just want to call out. Though was the first thing i said. I'm looking at bucknell on instagram. To seize though and i see though cruising around and he got his girl drinking eileen raw out the bottle. And i'm like okay. This is a reminder. They you're a different type of doing. She's grown she's a maybe a little too grown girls. I can handle that man. Put a gun her hand maker do it. We don't know that that might have been part of tat. She was wondering. I'm like go. Ahead gangsta shit. What are you writing out about on your your post today. You're basically saying fuck it as. Hey no nigga doing good. You're saying like oh. Tell me if. I'm misinterpreting you're telling but you're kind of like y'all wanna talk shit car but i grinding my ass off this car. Come from jackson. If i'm happy about some shit. And i wanted to make it'd be happy. Let me be happiness monday. I was having that you got that fucking car no. Add now stimulus. None of that shit. It's like different from me. Especially coming from from bucking scrape. Algae through real talk to my first car was a dodge neon and i was happy with she filming and everybody was laughing but i was like man. I got you gotta wit. Yeah i mobile where we had here. I'm regal ninety six buick. Regal is pushing that thing. I seven book before. I got like a a nicer car. But then what are you concerned. Nice our brand new honda civic. I had a little ninety five and shit. You know what i'm saying. I'm trying to see like a hail catterson you've already on my smicer. Bins wouldn't know forms g bands. And that's your way town. Everybody like i am aggressive and toxic. And i will do a leadership legacy about to get a new jersey. Yeah sixty three angle. Tell them about the concept pullover. Everybody in healthcare you'll get a s sixty three some some way. I mean adam was supposed to get the electric. Bmw's but i think he's over. I mean honestly. I do wanna get a new car and i was. I had a conversation with jason. Stay where he's like. You should video where you go with them baller and buy your next car and get some fly shit. i'm fire. I don't want no flash. It might my car is kind of at the maximum of i. Don't wanna go flimsier. There's more if anything go less idea what me crash. Our cars together far. I a b. m. sadi's car car white skin i got cartoon. That's funny but you know that's the thing i hate. Is that having a black car. My my cards is so good dirty but see. That's why i went to white button. Why is dirty to white gets dirty. I think go silver. Mix the dirt as well like if you got the bird shit treatment on your white car when you feel like it was less of an emergency to get it fixed then blackhawk because when i go out there and i see white birch of my car it is like i don't want to be alive anymore i want to bring. I wanna take this car to the dump there's blackberries talking to new car. You park your car right where the pigeons hang out. As long as i three hundred hangs his car hangs right under three hundred pigeons back a little bit more fucking with the pigeon juice parking where you park no but one time you came book us. I fucking car wash. he's fucking pigeons. Yeah but but that's the thing. Is that the first time that you park here. And you get hit with eight birds shits while your car's here for like forty five minutes. It seems so fucked up. So i i bring the bb gun here. Next time we should just take the hood it could shoot. All the other birds are going to talk about it. Turn gerald asking the bird that was. We're trying to figure out why. The epidemic is so crazy like why are there so many birds. I don't think there's any food being sprinkling but many with a conspiracy theory the other day. I forget who have like. Maybe the neighbors are covering your car in bird food so that they will shit on. And i'm like there's no bird food where i think josh like where am i would even consider that possibility. Now that i heard that. Go to petco. And i'm gonna let it rain with fucking fry. I'll put sugar in your tank. Pause areas we get the ex lax. And we'll explode in one day. It doesn't work though. I don't think they're gonna blow it. Works the less on his facts from urban dictionary on over table type of those things with the word debunked share that. I've looked up those two things before. And i've definitely looked up the sugar the tank and right along as article about how she doesn't really take you fucking car. I think it'll fuck your car turn. It's not like you're gonna turn into a piece of shit like overnight which i always thought that beef with somebody could go and just fill their car bag a cigarette. Agassi deposits again. because sick. haven't sugar. I learned. Say right slang. And i think it's the funniest thing 'cause it's like literally just describing having your booty hole. That's what i think. I think if i just stop talking about doing this weird gas look like why are you looking at me. Actually i always tell you about different conversations on my personal trainer. But i had that conversation because he thinks it's so weird that i will make gas jokes and at one point i had to explain new. I'm like yo doesn't you know all them rappers. You see me around and shit. They do not think it's funny. That's me by them. Like the lightest like one percent of the kind of jokes that i feel comfortable making around like you would send quavo entails because kazianis said my life. All the weird sebok walked up. Because i've been nice recovery like that. Now he's like okay. He's my fucking friends. Well i can tell them all. This goes jokes about tearing his ass up live with speaking of speaking of urban dictionary. That was the shit that i was telling you about. The snake die true. What was it like you eat. Drink piss guy who makes you the videos where he goes. Hey fatty you're going to be for the rest of your life unless you drink this snake piss and like if i had to lose weight for a movie role i would do that. You're not gonna lose more weight drinkers drinks and you keep doing it. You just recycling the water. What is it about human beings that they're so desperate to believe that there's no reason to drink your own piss. If you ever seen a movie one hundred twenty seven hours. He drank his own pissing survived. I don't know what that is but have you ever seen waterworld. yes i have. And when he's on that and that's the first scene in the movie is that he's peeing into this contraption cranking and turn it into drinkable water. I'm kid just thinking like holy but you can do that. No one hundred and twenty seven hours a true story about this guy who went like bmx writing or something and the canyons for a fucking boulder like crushes his arm and he can't move at all and he's down there for one hundred twenty seven hours. Were can't move at all so ends up to stay alive. He filmed the whole thing. Ends up staying alive. He has to drink his own pee and his loaf last that he has and he ends up cutting off his fucking on and get saved spoiler alert while he's alive. Remember watching that movie. I don't want anything to do. So you can drink your pee. You can survive. The movie said you're comparing your life as a person with a decent amount of money living in los angeles to that of a man trapped under a boulder in a cave. Sometimes you use under the fucking boulder just looking down at his love hands just thing like i swear i'm gonna lose out of your drop. Drop the best feeling of like me. I'm like to thirty four right now. And i'm really trying to get to two hundred and i'm all of a sudden like hardcore for the last three days. Who knows how long it's gonna last friday friday's where it's going to get a burrito. Ideally not but what was. i saying. You're gonna drink your pistol to japan. Scientifically proven are you gonna come hang out with us on friday of course because we're doing the last name again and i just want to like like house phone. Always kinda derails this conversation. Because he wants to talk about his fucking livestream which he does after this podcast. Normally we actually have no idea where he is and we haven't heard from him when he's pulling right his last time he updated. This story was but just so everybody knows like if you're wondering warehouse house phone is we are wondering the same thing i know how to find them. Ax gave me dangle about academy off the roof to swoop in like seagull. Give me give me seventy seventeen pounds academy and drove it around. La we'll catch if we find a girl that does ketamine. She'll sniff them out. Yeah yeah definitely. I have no idea where he is. And i was looking forward to talking to him because he didn't write back either. I didn't way this morning. Yeah you're right. Because i did send some links this morning so we've been talking all week but then. I don't think you responded today. Hopefully he's okay. Yeah that's crazy word house phone anytime. We're having a conversation like this or the one that we had about you dig. I'm really worried because i'm like. How is this conversation in the sound if something actually did happen to them. You're probably about the laugh right now. That's conceicao so again. I really hope he's okay. I'm starting to think. Not a scranton. Strangler jumper strangler going around employees start disappearing address. Hey well i know. I'm gonna be last. I walked in. The office is going to be the first one. I walked into office. I said okay. Got the blaming today in terms of like appropriate employee. Employer stuff meows air. Going to recreate the bone sweetie fight. Well they laugh. When i said you apparently didn't even say i thought it was funny because that was the thing that happened like an hour ago. But we're not going to talk about that for now. It's just too good like bide our time about what let's talk about topic salon forty five minutes but yes. This is some very good although. I'm really hoping that. Nobody rose up for a period of time. Now because i feel like right now is the first time that my brain has felt kush free since friday. You know it was crazy. I was smoking every day. This fucking month and i can't believe it. Then why the fuck you keep falling asleep. After one hit every friday. I've been fall asleep everywhere really fast. I smoke everywhere. Restaurants fucking kerry. Right past the fuck out everywhere man how you have you thought about not smoking weed since it seems like it's horrible effect on but it is like i feel like a bitch about stop. Yeah i noticed that. And i felt like i came to understand and how easily he succumbs to peer pressure. Because when we're on the livestream except crack allegedly era. It's kind of like a fringe passion for people our age or younger than me. It's kind of out of the ordinary to be crackhead when you're like a rapper. These days but anyway but they pick more exotic things than crack these days. I think but either way. A shot one hundred biden. Because he's he's a modern crackhead. Who's that hunter biden you. Can you can put it together here talking. About how many yes. okay okay. So that was going to say is so we do. These live streams on friday and for the record friday at noon or one. We're going to do one. We do these livestreams with us and gm music. The last two livestreams that we have done. You guys really pushed us to the limit. Eleven hours each stream. Fifteen blunts purse stream me yeary. Kiki eighties brother has been the the cast. An eighty has been there but he keeps making trips back and forth out last week stream. We actually moved one of the cameras so that the fans could see the view of and the view of a pass out at the same time anyway. But this is the our audience is going to hate us for this. But basically we've we've increased the price from one hundred dollars to one hundred and twenty dollars on the livestream basic idea being that. I don't know if i can keep doing eleven hours. So either you guys are going to have to like donate lasts or continued donate at the same level because we we gotta find a way by like increase in the price or something to get this closer to like seven eight hours. That sounds a lot more reasonable as long as seven. Net breaks on ten minute breaks. But it's because leaves and goes and tries to create something that that other thing he tries to do is like horrifically fucked up as well. Oh a fun fact. I go to fucking liquor store yesterday right. We're not selling liquor. No i go to the liquor store yesterday. And i see this fucking home guy outside. I give them a sandwich and i get him some water. I've seen five million homeless people outside of the store. And i have never even thought about buying so. Let me do some nice. And and i gave it to him. He was like you have any cash. And i was like i got no cash. He was like oh you man i said. Nah oh god bless you. He was like i got some. If i get you highest hair right now. I i was like oh my god why we even broke but if i wanted to do something that would attack literally. Hang out at the seven eleven. You won't find a method sandwiches gateway drug charleston. My methods turkey sandwiches. Well gateway can. I get a method in the chat. No that's new gang bang so you're from long beach so it was a little gomersall home because like half a long beach doing meth downtown long beach. I didn't really know what what the mess culture was really like. Until i moved to low key like i got asked her car on my first day in long beach By some random as junky and honestly never happened again after that but they won an atmosphere. Shut up to the minute. You've been an omelette in is that i'm just gonna assume they got shut down because cova but that's a that's a long beach staple right there. I'm linden adventure down. Atlantic on atlantic and ocean. Exactly where shoots. That's where i saw the guy with the gigantic fat neck and we talked about it from once a month. Censure found out. It's a goiter giant tumor. Yes takes over your fucking neck bro and you all of a sudden you look like java normal body pitch pitcher me but then the biggest fucking like a neck brace of blubber dudes negatives. It was one of the first days in long beach and we talked about that guy so much. I feel really bad because he could probably like conatel on the street that we were like staring at them and the visual. When you walk around with a giant goiter you know if i had that be like poking at livenation. I'm assuming key took whatever steps he knew of to take to get rid of it right. Is it like the elephant disease elephantiasis. I think it's a good grant. Who would it is. I feel like it's a cousin. Belongs in the same category more elephantiasis anymore. I don't think they go to the club. But you know there's probably a vaccine for badge one of the side effects cove. It was that you got elephantiasis and all of a sudden you have like a giant fucking baseball for hand you know there was some dude down fuck shit up because slapping not only where we have these death rates but also it'd be like dude leaving their girls because all of a sudden they have greater hand while they leave the euro new. Tommy you stick around for a greater just like like the our relationship is just going to be different you different if you have a giant fuck and moldy fucking dany fat fucking wine. Your dose jerk me off. I'm just thinking about the hand but like yo like like that is for the thing about. Would you leave your girl. She had a giant tumor growing out of her fucking head. That was as big as her head. Yeah goes here. So you really can't answer. But sinar dumpling. I wouldn't do. Because like i feel like i can't leave my because we have a kid and shit but then also like you can like what. Yeah do do that the sea but this is this is the thing bigger onlyfans career will be over or would take take off if i go vote on the circus circus partially the circus. Circus just started the fuck with like elephants and tigers and shit like some weird bearded lady bring no. I definitely want to see a beer lay online. That's right there on the story. One time man if they still beard ladies in the circus you imagine. I'm mad the woken girls on. Twitter would be yeah. You know. it was crazy though. I always thought about like if something was to happen to you. Want your significant other to stay. Yeah man yes. I never talk to you girl. About how launch you down if you go to jail. I had that conversation with everybody. Everyone in your life here. You get locked up for a weekend. It's like paycheck cut. I don't. I don't believe that shit though miami. How are you know jumpers belly me out. I can't can't miss at the end of the day. I don't think. I don't honestly don't see a woman last more than two years. Max while you're locked up i don't think so. Yeah i mean last week point. This got to be a point where they're like. What the fuck am i did too. And they start thinking well might only lived to be sixty and twenty five right now. That's like i'm giving up like fucking fourteenth seventeenth or whatever the number is. I can't do mad but i'm giving up a big chunk of my years and in particular like the years that you have while you're young and hot are more important than the years when you're fifty five and you're old and wrinkly and you've got a goiter as a as a handmade waiter. We should make sure the instead of no loitering. It says no and we put that he be at the back door mony score some juice sets you know we're gonna have to fuck and get them surgery. Yeah yo. it's mad hot in here. But i do want to say shut. The blocks clash hoodie but his hot. So i can't wear it but know shadow to you because the fuck that's one thing we realized on the stream that wherever it is that you're sitting the fucking. The the air conditioning was blowing in your face. Also blowing. The we'd into your face getting you hire Science deaf friday would probably the highest. I've been ever. It's like training camp where you're gonna to figure out how to teach myself how to smoke weed enough that it won't fucking life anymore but i made a good sign in between yeah. The song sucks dishonest. Yes he was. That was dave. Ironically the were notre signs will play on friday. All of them are great. Every single one of the artist is getting a record deal so shut them. Yeah yes every single one and everyone's been dropped careers but anyway if people wanna come friday how do you feel about your big idea of doing the twenty four hour stream lined up on with for hours and you can't even lasts an hour and a half without falling asleep. How are you going to last twenty four hours to leo bottles. I'll show you that's gonna be way worse knows not you think. Don julio is going to help you stay. i'll a party. i guess. Get a shadow box. Trained true gave me. If you have a boombox we have a fucking party and hear anyone of them to fire. I don't know how good your new been given a lot of gifts over the years. Just sorta escaped from my life be gave honestly anything left over here fucking demolished. Is that this company. Sent us a free bong and then i'm walking through their stick a piss one of the streams and i see that the cleaner knocks the ball over. I was here. Guess what they heard. They took the amount of money for the bong out of our cleaning bill. Even though that was a free bong that nobody was really all that interested in boom. We get the fucking discount on the claiming bill. I wouldn't say nothing at all. Exactly buck that Okay so you guys this weekend late. Good fuck here this ep. No i of what chit anything you were in vegas. Yeah was going to lean bottle during out the bottom. Like a model citizen to seventy flow at a cosmo. He's like hundred biden to maybe which ohio you're hydra biden and i'm joe biden. You're like my son is out doing bad stuff. And i pretend that i don't know about it you don't see. What are you doing. well big. I got drunk as fuck before on friday. Yeah and then the next day. Ira figured out that i have no gas in my fucking car. Yep so. I took my daughter's pink. Little electric jazz wasn't wasn't any nice neighborhood. Know image of you on a little scooter. Going to the corner store seems like gain. That just seems way more of a calm. I had to take the little pink scooter. And i had to go to a autozone. I forgot it starts with a k. Who cares who cares. I had one. And i'm like you guys got a gas can only have one left so i had to get suspensive as gas candle much. It was like forty bucks bike at your crib or on the fuck outta by forever. Fucking car bro. I have a bike engineering. Bikes anti-car pink scooter. When did a gas station. You'll demo the fuck up in our face time my daughter she's like you're not supposed to be on it. I fucking was riding back home. And i was planning to. What's the dog face on doing. Axing you played the fleetwood. Mac's see i have no interest in the video. The film out yourself on the scooter. But i really wish that somebody had been filming from their window and his serious normal close but on a little pink scooter so he just look like a straighten. Jake hat me. He knows the where for sure. Had the blame me on pink. Scooter crazy how late am i on saying jay cat since i've now out of this semi vocab constantly word that's not. La word gets up prison where it isn't it so bay word while i don't know but when i did my urban dictionary basically yeah jail slang for basically like friday off pills and shit whatever makes me fried off some But yeah so. That's you and i know saturday. We had the whole family together. Sunday at a poker day. My life is boring. It's scary to me. That i'm gonna be leaving the house more in the near future because lifting. We finally be back again her way starting tomorrow. We're the fuck outdoors. I'm going to long beach. let's go fucking go. You think we should go the vaccinated would ever but yeah. Let's go another worry about. And i will gladly at the thing is is that like what people vaccinated good. We was outside before we the vaccination right now. We got the vaccination so it's like yeah a chance but it's like five percent of what the chance was before scientifically proven like you say it's a very very smart. Well hey i got juicy j an one hundred told me no i mean if i were to try to surmise. What their arguments against vaccination. We're probably wouldn't really do them. Justice so well i will tell you. Walk is because of what happened with the simplest thing i told you about bill gates sticking his dick in your dick whole pause of which who goes on and you're anti people think is going to happen. No no i've never heard after. Let's move on lease meter. It's a sixty six percent right now. I have a question about this motherfucker man why we use question in that. Cul de sac cmec dalek. That was because the i filmed the vlog. Shot to my. Is they They they invited me. So i went posting in michigan. Are there in long beach where you can just go and do donuts all day and nobody cares. There's a lot it's so weird when you see one and you just know what it is right away because the ground is completely black you could just tell you the donut shit. Family so yeah. They told me to pull up. It was dope money drifting and can schmidt. Shot out your see mac fan. Yeah fuck with him. They posing them like a while ago before we don't like interview this nigga pull up. I'm mike for sure it was held up was actually pretty. Ask them as we can. I love the guy who's who greg he'd be for bosco and show. Just i know i thought it was going at it. Now it turns out the bosco. Yeah it was funny. I i was walking to my neighborhood with my kid putting him to sleep in the in the stroller and i see a african american gentlemen dressed very nice in my neighborhood and you know whatever i like. I go to be like how you doing. And then but he's locked eyes with me and he goes. That's adam and what's up man how you doing and i love that cmec interview. I'm like wow got normal lives in my neighborhood and he's sitting at home watching this. Move into your neighborhood. Please do not offer genesis dancing going down. I'm hearing gunshots car accidents. The nine that's eighty bottles in the gutters. You don julio. Yesterday that the home acalan pulled up nine hundred forty. Two see wasn't passed those with marquee so mad he. His alone came trying to our out. He's like that's really a three hundred dollar bottle. Yeah i bought fucking jocelyn birthday to seventy or something like that. why is it so expensive. Because it's premium and his great. You know i have tasted a lot of bum liquor in my life and i can confirm that like plastic bottle of vodka really is like fuck your life up if you drink that shit like it's really bad trash discussing it makes you feel gross to. I don't understand exactly why but that that cheap ass taco wagner shit. Wake up in the morning headache from five dollars. And you don't feel like you get that from nineteen forty two hell no. That's but that's why premium you don't get get hanging out with them tequila really. Did you see the trump has a pack of like a forty or one hundred dollar pack of woods. That's like one hundred dollars forty dollars but the whole thing about it is that voted to hunting. 'cause he's given us very price point. We don't know what really serious about this. This this would pack is like the idea is that you get you. Get a lotta woods pause and it's like trash trash woods. You got two out of the pack. They're all thin and they're all hate. That obviously is the worst thing in the world. This pack is like supposed to be the best woods he smoked. Blow the smoke. They're there to ask you on the podcast. we right. now we're gonna we're gonna we shut up. Stop it contact. I don't know how to roll at all. Yeah that you can usually assume that people who don't ever roll up don't know how to roll up anyway. All right so sweden cueva. Let's do a little bit of time. It's normal but let's recount the steps. That basically made this happen so the clip comes on goes viral of sweetie talking about. How is she was going to do a threesome. With a man would be with another guy. We all crazy whatever. Everybody got a little jokes on twitter and stuff being all cuevas gonna be mad when he sees this all of a sudden a couple of hours later. It's in the news. Bom cravo in sweden broke up and they're tweeting about each other and basically calling each other out for being pieces of shit. Well they say the footage was from twenty twenty. Need for twenty for real. Yeah that's what is it now. It's all footage. That's really interesting man. Anyone so labs then. What was it this morning last night. We hear justin loboi. And by the way. I challenge you to make it through this podcast with pointing out that your boy also. The last three letters of his last name got beat up. We heard the migos for the rugged justin. The boy is the host of the show where we said that she wanted to get plowed by quavo. And brian pumper her words. She didn't actually not. Or what's i read but doesn't the boy. We don't know where this allegedly took place but he allegedly got into it with quavo and possibly some other guys. I just hearing information that it was just cuevas that step to him just in the boy. I meant something definitely happened. Because if it didn't happen he would just go on twitter and say you're bugging another abbott. So definitely should happen. I'm going to be honest with you from that interview and by the way one other element abyss is that did he son. Justin was there used to plow sweetie. Allegedly he was mr plow. The jackson allegedly even plowing his. He wanted his point his dating allegedly and then they leave each other. That would have at some point. Probably ben like reason enough for cuevas. Be extra mad like you're on this show and you didn't say nothing about fucking are you're on this show setting across from him and you're like laughing about you know talk of i can understand why it would be pissed off about that but i don't really understand what just the boys said on that. Podcast that would be even close to something that would make me want to beat that Michael goes on the show hosted the show. Bro you're getting beat up. Sorry then what you're saying. Let me send a call he asked would you a threesome. is the talent say the thing about two dudes. I'll be more mad at her though here. But i can't be her up. Some of that has even come on focus show. She's a famous celebrity. And it's a show about hip hop and relationship to hang on iraq's thing not every girl has fucking psycho wire and boyfriend like quavos fucking psycho. That's like if they live outlet linda. Go on a podcast with with somebody. This used fuck with and be comfortable with brown talk about censorship. utah look sink. I know you can't even sit down with girls and have a conversation. I sit here on the podcasts and talk to kinds of crazy. She doesn't care about that. I do like hey. I got this here Relationships about trust my girl wants to go to a podcast even if she wants previously got dig down by the host. Don't give a fuck. Where together now. If i trust her like trust are like. I actually don't think that there's anything that could happen. That would make her to another guy. So that's not even on my now. If i hate this guy quavo hated just in the boy in the first place. then okay. Yeah or justice. Not the one that victor down. Anyway fucking justice but isn't the thing it's not about if you trust her about. The motive of the host has the whole weird. I saw i was gonna say that she around weird like i respect for that. A bashing even been questioned in the fucking. It's just a respect. I don't think just in. It's a shell of up. And just i don't think joe or excuse me there's two. Am i just now realizing that. We're talking about justin justin combs and just inland boy. I don't think. I don't think just had any ill intentions on bringing her on there. You got a brand new show right. She's fucking pop right now. But i'm just talking about in general. How various thinking is you know period like if somebody that you know are aware of eventual girl on the show to ask them certain type of questions at the end of the day. You're going to be mad. I'm going to be. I when together on when i think about it if your girl is public persona and she used and she goes on a show where they're going to ask you relationship questions. Listen that question. He asked her. There's a million different ways that she could answer that question. You're talking about if she it said something like if in the sense that the real thing and said listen like if my man wants to hook another girl the and i get along with her. Why not boom super-safe answer that he would never give a fuck about instead. She decided to say she says. I wanna give my pussy ran through by cuevas takeoff and brian pumper. And that just you know like i. Totally totally understand nationalist. Totally understand that would rub cueva all the wrong way but again like i'm mad at her like you answer that and the thing we have to is they like obviously he's just not ford jokes in the way that like i am or to even extent. I would say that you guys would take the joke. He don't seem like the kind of guy is really taking a joke so as soon as i saw her. Say that joke. I was like. There's no way that offset is just going rock with that because it's a rep representation. You know what. I mean. I it it fuck up nigga reputation you gotta understand when when quayle got with her. She wasn't like pop like that. I'm saying him messing with her. Brought her real estate up more. Yeah so it's a certain amount of respect and it's a certain level like you'll have to be with each other no more but it's just like you know what hold me down because i'm somebody that helped the career feel so i kind of feel like redemption for the fact that i still have never listened to her like i could not tell you what she wraps like so i maybe at some point i like her music but at the end of the day you got you can't do candle nigga like that man. The claypool was not beat us so anyway. Now this video comes out today and it's like one hundred percent planted by her team because in especially what you said about it being from twenty twenty. Oh never said. She has had this clip on deck. This is outgoing. This fucking world is that we live in was just waiting for the up so that she could like ooh. Oh here you go. We're going to have everybody on twitter calling. You an abuser. For a while. he didn't even before he didn't even abuse it but everyone is calling him abuser. I didn't really see. Nah and before. I even say that. I want to say that with me and my girl. I never even did anything close to that like. We never pushed each other each other screaming each other face. Whatever somehow just like ended up in a relationship. That's not like crazy like that. But in that video. I see her kinda coming for him and see him trying to avoid. She swung at him. She's trying to grab something. Yeah he didn't choker he didn't hit her. It just looked like they're tussling. Don't look like try to cause down there in look like they you know even waited and waited for her kid the right way says that she jeff flock and treatment. What by mega he fucking karate. Chopping familiar with what abusive relationships are actually like. That clip does not meet the threshold of what i would have to see not be convinced that is the type of doodoo pizzas bitch up because that was just like that clip wasn't fun to watch. It wasn't it wasn't nice. It wasn't like you know the way that we would expect a relationship to go but again we saw her swing on him. He somehow dodged it and then he like kinda like maybe pushed her alluded into the corner. But i was not. I just don't like the call of duty man that that was crazy. But that's what he was just saying. Is that like think about what's happening there. He's taking his game when you take the game monday. My girl takes ps five. I'm on losing. But we don't know that she was going to destroy the ps fossil sore throat that he was taken that shit as in on never coming back like if if me and my girl were gonna break up when you would really knows over was when i come and i take my fucking computer monitors from the back of the house. That's over a pain in the ass to move. Those things dominance and i'm just now but the the collar duty box set like i don't even understand why the boxes so big that like a special version bro. He got a little special edition. He's out of there too. I think he handed us it. The right way the hell is she gonna disrespect a dude who got the call of duty. Orange addition or some shit. That's fucked up. That's crazy you've got the cop fucking cio de you. Stay with then good. I was watching Got he made a whole video. His of and i i'm gonna send it to you but it was. He really broke it down until to how i feel about. The situation is just like man you know he's telling basically auto rappers and guys don't jump in her. Dmz and stuff has no real even when it's not going to happen with you know what i'm saying. Just i don't like the way that she handed s ship with somebody. That helped her get to where she is kind of dislike. She she. she likes shitting on a nigga right now. Like he ain't nobody like he. He was fucking what like he could have anybody he wanted to. After tom he chose he chose the fuck which you genuinely. He didn't need you for nothing. You know what i'm saying. He i mean he generally likes you and you know in four to unfold like this. That's fucked up. Yeah i mean that's why a lot of times men don't wanna give it all today woman at the end of the day because women do shit like this You just got to wonder what happened to take to the point of what happened in that elevator endless. I know this is the thing i'm saying too is that they're saying that was at so we or they're quote unquote apartment in north hollywood I'm not that familiar with north. Hollywood i guess but i stayed there when the actual apartment that they were in artists around the corner from there. So you know where it is. Is it nice super. Nice if you get good to get you okay. Yeah because there was a part of me that was like quavo in an apartment building in no-ho going into an elevator. No security around. Nothing like that to me is not the way that i'm really expecting to move like if if i'm quavo i got a security guard or something with me at all times and even heard living there like i. I live in an apartment building in hollywood until like two years ago. And y'all like i mean. Every day i began in the elevator. And having somebody just look at me. And like i'm just know they're thinking that they know who i am and shit and it's like that is awkward s experience that you don't really expect until you get there and for me it's like sweetie was just living in fucking apartment buildinga. No ho. that's just kind of because if you dig about to go downtown bro. A lot of them downtown places that most of the nba players and shit like that bro. There's a lot of mother motherfucking regular people that stay in fucking apartments broke a lot of them. Don't have access to them. Mother floors his way. And there's there's nice as Luxury apartments in in no-ho some dislike seven thousand a month. Yup saying you live in nicest book crazy. I'm saying you can't you can't get in floor. I guess i'm just being misled. Because in my mind as soon as i see the elevator i'm just like oh god that's a sounds like a nightmare. If you're quavo for me as i want to be with the come home and get into my apartment or my my home and not have to worry about anybody. Get home i and open. The gate closed the gate boom. I'm inside and nobody has access to. That's so important to me but also like cueva doesn't spend all his time in la to anchorage to got home. Homeys estee at the w. is safer there than it would be. They had a big ass. House was security. Because you can't get into the people in the front half the bush you up and ask call you before they got to get permission from utah. Even let them on your floor. That's how this is being recorded while you're moving around way. Also that's safer at your house and you you and your blaming you could also just imagine that like quavo pulled up like i need the tropicana see od grad shit and get out. He wasn't moving the way that he normally would be moving. Maybe part heated kind of thing. Seemed like it was going on. Probably chip happy. Fastest for filming. It would be kinda sweet. If ironically kinda sweet. Well do you think her career is going to go downhill from here. Not at all should going everybody side. Well i don't know like is cueva beloved enough that there's like because there's a whole thing is is like other dudes listen to her music besides like i don't know really luxury to name a song right now named five songs the bags industries I'm gonna go to her spotify on the way home and listen to songs now. Dan bro boom. She got there. I mean if you hear music on the clothes if you go out to the clubs and bars prior recognize it I i just think of a song that because they want the girls to be happy. Because i don't fuck with that like only like i say it is for at least the last three years. She's been top five women in the club that women were seeing her. she liked top to bottom. Bro them. The clubs bro. Sorta got real blindspot girls either cd girls number one big on tiktok in the clubs and the club city girls come on. They should've every girl singing that to the topic bro. Maybe looking at naked light dude. I saw this This poll was on the at rap instagram story and it was basically like they're doing like a bracket like march madness type thing different artists and it was like. I don't wanna say the wrong artists but i think it was meg. The stallion versus twenty one savage eighty three percent of the votes were for twenty one page and then it was like playboy. Cardi versus cardi b. playboy. Cardi was like eighty percent of ben dot com and also i might be switching those for anybody who saw what i'm talking about by thinking about what that says if you could take like the average rat van which i would say that. The people looking at the instagram story of the account or probably pretty indicative of the average rap. If they are saying that they like playboy cardi that much more than cardi b. and keep a month just put out an album that generally speaking was not very successful and mike people really kind of trashed it. Okay six nine. I'm too but Or i mean playbook cardi was gonna go first week for share but that hasn't really been regarded that well like an and he'd smashed cardi b. and that poll and twenty one. Yes he put on amazing project last year. But i mean like meghan stein's winning like new artists of doing her. She's been out for like six years or some shit the fact that he could smash her in that poll now granted. That's their fan base. That kind of blew my mind like the average fan is just so this connected from like who the rap establishment wants you to believe is the new hot shit cba. There's different levels of shit the same way you said you never heard a sweetie and a city girl is ain't heard him no. I know i'm talking about as far as like your daily life of how you so. Music is not the same as how other people like. I hear stuff when i go to the clubs and the bars that i don't like i won't here just randomly searching through the internet and stuff like that and for the most part playboy. Cardi has one fan base. That all these fucking little kids. They love this new my little brother. He can't do no wrong. You know what i'm saying. Everybody he knows is like that. So i can see dab when you go to the clubs. You're going to hear car to be song every fucking time no matter what you're going to. Oh that's no problem. But also i think the thing about it. Is that the heart thinking about who follows. That rabakov hardcore and almost like hardcore is not necessarily like mega lyrical hip hop fan kids. But it's like kids who realistically kids and adults and shit who are like basically like if you care about rap music that you want to follow an account that's going to be a little bits of rap gossip and news all day. I mean that's a very certain type rap fan when we say rob is the biggest type of music in the world. We're not talking. About gra zelda that includes twenty four k gold in doing fucking number one hit called mood. He's wrapping on that involves fucking all these girl rappers. That like a lot of these girls are in the clubs freaking out the car to be. A mega stallion are not gonna follow the cassidy farted. And we're gonna talk about it all day or fucking so and so shot so and so in the nipple like is just nasty shade room up. Very different. Is paul paul. Schade shadrack cardi says cardi on their landslide. I bet like most of the business on shade room. Don't even know playboy. Cardi is since the is a thing. Yeah for sure. I did wanna say big big massive shuttle whose life if you wanna get what. We're smoking smoking. Fifteen of this shit on friday and we're going to do it again this week. If you wanna get what we smoke in delivered to you go to ziegler. La dot com. 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He has like all of his accomplishments in concert. Stuff in it all type of shit is dope is ale then. home davies. He had a meet and greet as where there too. Okay so you can see mc border was crazy. Really big exchange yeah swap. We audited big as picture. If i was at the chris the crypt swap. I would trade you for cmec. The look and david davies. So i've just been around too much you know it's like we gotta do. We gotta get one. And if i had to swap you out for another white boy who you going with giancarlo eerie. Oh god he's russia. He's russian no. I will do a jimmy. Jimmy fallon jimmy dean jimmy. Rv fisher jimmy fallon. Did you see him. Holding the signs with the names of the different dances and addison raise like doing the renegade and shit. Jimmy fallon has. Yeah my opinion of download when i saw that clip. It was soaker. Angie and i didn't really care about her not crediting the original by dancers or whatever like that would have been nice if she did that but more so i was just like you look so dom- this what are you doing something else. The i'm starting to get more comfortable with my grumpy old man state just like i don't want anyone to dance on tiktok ever really any dance ever being on stupid sixty like get off my damn. That's what this podcast is sitting inside. And right now. This podcast is wack. Because i can't really say my full opinion on everything. But that's all i want. I want to be sixty five years old sitting here still wearing the same t-shirt talking about the just saying them. The most worst like the worst takes like every day i want. You know the way people. I wouldn't like michael rapaport house like crazy. Hip hop opinion acquit. Who saw michael rapaport that. He could have an opinion on our culture. I want to be that time ten. I'm sixty five wheelchair. I have a fucking ib in my arms. Or i'm telling you four security guards around me and sixty five year old is right there too and i'm just sitting there just hate. Not everything will be the best looking for. Why is everybody. I think security's going to really do something this security. I'm getting they will okay. Seen security guards run when gunfire and pop don really. I don't blame them for doing that. And i think about that all the time like when people are talking about. Because we've been talking about doing another store. People are like oh security. I'm thinking like. I don't know if i really want to pay a security guard a whole bunch of money when i just i mean not also right the right type of security. 'cause like everybody hired these niggers that they'd given a hundred and two hundred bucks to that some happened. They not about jumping fucking waiver this year. Which you brought by himself you will get. the job. never have talked about this before but after the dude came and put the gun in my face or whatever. And then i. I didn't come into the office for a day or two and then i come back into the store and the another dude comes in with a gun and it's like this whole thing and that guy gets arrested on this crazy shit and there's a security company that's like and out us like that somebody had to connect to and they're like. Oh yeah they're going to have like basically two guys that are like around you at the store. And i'm kind of like just whatever i'm just like. Yeah all right cool. let's do it. Yeah i show up. These guys both are super tall. White guys in suits and broad shouldered suits with like a fucking like like earpiece would like the way to do it. Oh god if it if not blaming some doing. I'm rolling up to the store like on some regular shit like me and lennar literally just like hanging out playing pokemon. Go on like saturday. And i'm like oh this is what you were talking on the phone these fucking monster dudes. That was the last time that i ever saw those guys. But i was just like. This is not even close to like the way that. I want to be rolling around if i want to be around one guy with a gun and if i have if i have to go somewhere like serious then i can hire security guard but like if i'm going to be wrong with anybody i just can't do fucking clark. Kent shit bro. That's the way to do it. Though you going to do it i'm not. Fm okay. don't care how many people try to shoot me. I'm not famous. Yes you are i refuse. I don't to take part. tell me more the more. Tell me. But i hate when i like. I had that conversation the other day with a one of my poker buddies where i was like talking about like how. There's a couple of different poker pros who had like hit me up and told me like you'll have been watching your pockets since before you even got back into playing poker and i was saying that and like my poker coach or whatever it was like jabre. You're super fucking famous. Everybody knows who you are. And i'm just thinking in my head like please. Don't tell me that that really. I do not like that's not true. You just think that because you you know kind of have a warped perception of how many people actually know who i am but then also like that idea makes me want to crawl into a fucking hall moves vermont or something. Because i'm just so like. I don't want everyone to know. Just a couple of cool people here and there is fine so this is the thing. We don't attend a lot of hip hop things. I think if you did that you'll be fucking terrified. But how many people know you and runs to you. I that kind of show. And actually if i have security in that environment or really nine security but i just like to roll with a couple of homes. It's not really like protection so much. Like i want a little wall of people around me so i can feel weird to talk to you when you're with a bunch of your friends and you're talking to them fucking what was it Rolling out bro. It was so fucking crazy me. Whoever was wearing well. Let's not enough niggers was like bro. It was so fucking crazy. I cannot believe how many people like at one point. Didn't they had a whole crowd and niggers just like mike brock. Couldn't even they would've packed. I would've been lost crazy. Pop e. pills supposed to talk t. That's kind of like the first time i had seen you for a long time member outperform. I bought them up. And then i don't think i saw you after that. So we started working. Actually you actually got us some goddamn we had like botchy shoot South west coast route. Two thousand nine hundred. There was that long ago. Pack is actually rolling loud ago. I had one of those point. Yeah no but that's crazy because the idea that that was twenty nineteen just a really makes me think about the fact that i do anything for twenty twenty twenty twenty. There's no less than we do. Not have a memory from twenty one. My kid being born obviously but aside from that and like should they happen here. I much went from my house to work in bag actually went on a couple of beam. Extra extra ask me that. You didn't slow down a little. I'll i'll probably. I'll probably traveled more. And tony tony than i ever did ever coded refugee. I'd lived so kilo speaking earlier alive famous decks nineteen charges Against them apparently when he starts doing better bom. Does anyone believe that their stories started doing better chunkier like he really like you know he don't all smoke a fucking skinny clips that have been coming out of him looking like he was on jacob. I'm i'm worried. They do good for a month for the man that man like that she got a hold of. But you know what's crazy is that i had a. You're gonna have to go. Lay down you just fascism over. Listen when when when i was talking about what was going to say goddamn say i told you. Bring the smoking too much weed. And i just said listen to much music or music either way famous decks. The girl. the girl is what i was going to say. The girl was hitting me up trying to get me to be the one day. Expose all this shit about fans decks or whatever like fuck in. I be the one break in the story about bitch. She's all got married beauce. You can't just say bug that bit. Yes no she was hitting me up through an intermediary trying to be like. Oh i want you to break this story. That was like listen. Like i don't really break serious news like that. So i'm gonna tell you. This is a good person for you to holler at if you wanted. Do some of them. But i'm not going to be the one doing actually real talk perfectly. No this somehow still has never come a girl. I know actually hit up. Someone i knew to talk to me. And i didn't know that he was speaking on behalf of her. But basically he sends me all these screenshots. Her arguing with this fucking rapper about him. Basically taking advantage of her. And all this crazy shit and now this. This is a rapper. Who i have issues with. Let's put it like that. We don't get along. I don't really give a fuck to be honest. Like i think of fucking maybe like ten rappers that were put in this category this year. Opt and no okay. It's not someone out ever talked about on this podcast. Let's just put it that way. But we don't get along and i got this girl. Basically thomas reiter and shawnee conversations that kind of made it look like she was confronting him about raping her and he was kind of acknowledging that something fucked up happened and i told her i told her through this dude and this was actually right before. I realized that i knew exactly who the girl was. I said listen. This is the email to the journalist. Who's written about a lot of stuff like this. And he's just way more equipped to handle this kind of that'd be breaking story. I don't want him to be involved. I'm not operate on that level of professionalism. And i don't know this guy i've seen him documenta lot of abuse that hasn't previously been exposed. So you go talk to them. Never heard anything about again but always wanted to know if she emailed this guy if anything i i hope that like she didn't just give up on getting the word out because i told her i'm not the one. You should really talk to this dude. I hope that that didn't like maker loser confidence. I don't wanna be the one because it would have looked horrible. Because a smut on my name. That i'm not happy about that. Makes me a not partisan partisan member of this conversation right and then also. I don't like this guy. I don't get along with my name now like that but this dude is like fucking someone that everybody knows on like i put out the host sans. You probably want a little cloud offer you to by on top of putting him. You know that that would like were. She didn't want to have her name out there and then went so far to have this other dude hit me up on her behalf. I forget how actually realized that were. I think it's just because somebody like completely unrelated so that was like yo. Did you hear about so. And so having this kind of issue with this dude and i was like so too. Been the do the chick the screenshots. But either way i just i've always wondered what the fuck that anyway famous really not looking good right now and please. Don't don't touch my figure. He's he's reaching the point where people only want to talk about them to shit on them. And that's the thing man died that's the man. Famous dave's may get well guy sad. I hope i don't like i don't like kicking somebody when they down bro. I don't i don't believe in that shit. I hope he gets. They help me. And and literally man steady. I'm talking about this nigga. Everybody try to help this happen to them right now. Everybody's talking about no one helped him and try to help them. So now reach out to this nigga. Anybody got ties. It isn't a reach out to him. Showed guys some love strapped. Is nigga down. If you'll have to do what let us ask you. Whatever out of the system. That's kind of a rehab. Is like i was gonna say low key sometimes burden against neither go to jail because that shit like low key straightening up euphemia at least for a little bit when it come out. It depends on who they surround but brother. He's league joe burrow. You especially when you that deepened. Like doing fucked up. Shares sometimes need to sit down for a little bit bro to really like you know get sober and then have that time to really think about shea. Sometimes sometimes it doesn't but a lot of rappers or actually just humans will be drug addicts get locked up get cleaned for six months and then they get out and boom they literally are buying day. They've been around the wrong fucking people a fucking homes. Meson fucking math. So i'd get your choice if you don. Julio right happened to sandwich speaking of rappers who went to jail sober and then came out and immediately start getting fucked up again so weedy featuring drako the ruler. What we're talking about. I haven't even seen that's allegedly a real thing coming sweetie featuring how did this happen. How of the fuck did that happen. Drako feature she now who drako is how does he know. She is Bro to those. He's from california allegedly issue really. Yes he's wanting to be because rally geico forty bad. He apologized high. But when you poignant like if you're talking about knockout you say nortel the best candler sack about you. Say you say oh. He's a california rapper. And then it's always why he's la robert catelli allocate. You know butt fucking somebody who lives in two hours north or some shit rapper. You've never heard from really from stockton. Far north doesn't north carolina babies in stockton doing shit. Yeah why did i forget what he did. That made them so only freestyle the war. He's actually talented his foot. So you see the young young ace this where they rapped over and i would walk. You know you didn't watch when he went to the hood. Fumio went to the hood and then but they're talking about smoking on fucking such and such ops. All craig is a big barrel thing because they did it over. What is that song. Don't know what is that. Who artists came back. Josh chap who is no clue. I need to know before we continue this conversation. Vanessa carlton now who is she she famous. What year fucker. Name two thousand one. Holy shit there's a long time classic song though and then so fumio house on his instagram story. He's in young enough as is hood or whatever he's on the set he's at the playground he's given out dollar bills to kids. I'm thinking oh that's that's so nice. You're just a passing out dollar bills to these kids before the impending dry but not just these dudes in florida and i didn't realize either until i watched a fucking video about all these dudes young teenage folio glock nine all them. Oh my god. I don't understand how people are just carrying these wars and public. It's crazy because his while there really is called gangbangers but roach shit going on with the always surprised when it's really cranking somewhere besides here or maybe new york like when i hear about like the smaller areas and stuff and i realized how much killing has happened just like you wanna know worse okay is actually worse because they have gun laws they have a stand your ground laws so technically if somebody comes in shoot at you and you kill them off this shit. I'm saying how hear somebody shoots at you and you shoot back and you kill them going to jail for murder for murder even those situations unless you have a carry concealed as most people are families. You're never going to get one bro. Shit is lit in la right now to so the records bin laden hoople getting robbed left and right even in nice as neighborhoods acres. Rose been happening bro. There's been so much crazy happening on melrose brothers been niggers robbing sh-. There's i guess there's like a group of nigga has been book and shit on my road. Why booking shit though like nick has been good shot on like its next median stores taken out and shit like it's been crazy. Yeah you want to open a new store there so bad shit about you. Have you know what actually makes me feel. Like fucking maybe. The store thing is is a good idea again bro. When they took money away from the police department. And i know this is really not a popular opinion in rap music. Play shit got so much worse in. La like it was around that time when they basically decided like. We're not going to melrose unless it's like somebody's house get robbed like crazy shit. Could be happening. And fights people getting jacked on the street on melrose and stuff. The cops are not in common. They just like reinvested a whole bunch. More money into the into that area or into the police in general. I don't know of that actually means that these areas are going to be safer. It's like pretty unbelievable to me that that area is just completely fucking ignored by the cost is. This is the problem. Bro is two things i'll top. You've won one thing. Is you have all these riots back to back happening for racial injustice. That's one thing to you. Gave everybody goddamn. add money. People are getting twenty thirty thousand dollars bro. They're getting all this she and a blue. They're fucking money. They live the lifestyle that they are not used to now niggers is broke again and they're to keep up with their lifestyle and they own a hunter she'd now that's what it is there some people who don't make twenty thousand a year and you're giving it to people like here ninety percent of people i know they got. Add brody blue day shit. that's real. They blew they say so. Now melrose places guess what nikolic's now anything can do to get some money. That's the focus of money. So i wonder what new criminal conspiracies. They're gonna inventive. Basically like figure out how to you know like in trying times people. Just get more creative. And it's like i wonder. I wonder what they're going to dream up. I don't know it should be crazy. My personal trainer who i'm bringing up again for some reasons really fucking training ause. I would never love a man. He told me the yesterday. He had a hard time. Getting into his apar-. I don't know if he's a house or apartment or whatever in beverly hills because a homeless guy was in people's backyards from backyard backyard and a guy pulls up on 'em like what the fuck you doing here and the homeless man proceeds to stab him in the neck kills them. Oh and then go into another house holes up in the house for hours. They're like looking for this guy for like the whole day. I guess because they have no idea what fucking season ends up killing himself and where the story ends. But i'm you say grow. Could you imagine you're living your life. You'd think you've got it made you think you you've got a house overly hills. You think that things are going okay for you. Nobody's going just somehow take your life and then all of a sudden you got bomb stabbing you in the neck. What the whole thing with charles masses focused. Think they say we're going to show me the fuck you save. Listen he's got approved just because we got money don't mean we won't shoot a homeless person. I will shoot anybody that attack. Tackle literally homeless who get home people sandwiches and offered and then they try to come in your quit and you put the blaming down their throat and let it go. No letting it's like. I don't want to let it go on my record homeless people were they. Try to come to my crib. We're gonna kill him for sure. You got your blame me so good. I feel like tony. The cat would probably give somebody before you. Tony the cat and literally boggs right in front of him. No bugs with bugs in the bafta before back in the day for some reason like he was just used obviously in the bathtub. And i found a fucking bug and a dropped in there and see him go but he's running away china cover him. I've got a trick for you. You just wanna have fun. Tony you pieces shit. I seen something. I don't know how true it is by watch. The video of it was gay porn. No boss they said if you fuck in get some scotch taping. You make like a square your cat. 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Let's call the whole thing on. That took a step back from advertising and just became like a. Franks excuse me advertising podcast and now imagine i took a break from that and just became like frank sinatra type singer. I want to be like i. I in in knac- so my sale a wonderful okay. But if you wanna do that you have to wear a suit. Twenty four seven you can take to go sleep. Eighty samuel's yes. But if you were like like take heaven samuels aesthetic but then you are like just become the super smooth and you just you get some songwriters. Hope you out and you just you reinvent music. I'm not doing like i'm not doing this. Oh i'm the i come to buy shit like that is that it's the same thing is the actual song you were just singing about something like that you guys. Don't watch joe biden podcast. I do not enough. So you know about the robbery and the mall. Yes okay how do you feel that break up. I don't give a fuck and you got podcast ear competition but you know i was really excited to get in here and talk to you and how swan about how seeing them fall out makes me realize how important it is that we don't well considering that you aren't verge of bringing up every week mediating this shit. I think the last argument. The median house phone got into was probably the best thing for our relationship because the podcasts has been good since then and i think what was kinda happening is that we were both doing. Little things was pissing each other and then we just got into big house the argument where we basically just hit each other over the head like ten different things that pissed each other off about the other person and now i feel like we're on better terms although he did not show up this week which all don't think that there's like a me thing or us thing i think that's just. This is crazy house. When i'm the one mediate initiate. You've known us for like six months. I know i'm like hey. You guys are brothers but this is my logic. If you guys you love each other just going back and beat the dog sheriff. Each other and then good after that. I don't feel that we have to take it. But that's kind of what the joe button shit was to saying. Fucking rory kept telling. Joe like you wanna keep fighting him. He's like he's like who says france Yeah there's a lot of little things got on the on the power on these wear out across the has never happened. And i think we're talking about the day but never happened. I've never seen podcast turn into a fight. Let's let ddt through the table. Let me just say this. Not actually if anybody comes on my podcast or anything that i'm doing disrespect. I don't give a fuck about this. No jumper job enough to not beat the dog shit of you so everybody knows shit. I will beat. The dog should oughta you. There's only a few cattle meter goes. There's people that have you beat them up. It would be like. Oh we got a fire idiot. We can't fuck list but there's a lot of people that have you beat them up. I would probably want a lawyer. Make sure you're going to be good. Or whatever like i don't if funded having ad around you is the feeling that he might just attack. Someone like fucking enraged. Grizzly bear crazy is like if i was going to get fired or something. It's just been a lot of things a long time ago. What you came. I was terrible. But doing what the shit i used to say. Yeah but all the only thing that you did that we had to correct was we just had to tell you. Oh we can't be talking about a news story about someone snitching and you can't say that they need to kill him for love it love. This is what he got reprimanded for about like six. I and shit and he was like listen if i were them. I'm gonna be really. I wouldn't be even looking for him. I will just spray. His mama's up lay that somehow. I feel like you sort of saying that someone should shoot six nine. Mom seems like it's kind of over the line. But i love you say tomato. I say till they love it in correcting your that. It was stuff like that. That was just the kind of thing that i never would have dreamed of having to talk about in my life. There's but there's things like is like okay. People don't understand is like i literally. This is the best work environment that you can be in. Why 'cause you get bring your blam. Ps you can bring your home. Beat the dog shit out of people's okay. you cannot. No one has ever fought anyone here a year. Local allegedly luckily that honestly. That's my big new goal though and whilst not really a new co worker maybe asi but now Take gasoline stop. it becomes joked about fighting enough me still. That'd be billiere man okay. Cool to watch still gonna watch. That is where website also look values. Fucking fuck the. I just noticed an i go. You know what it means when you see the weeds still shaped like lettuce gone. This will happen. He tore it now. The the fucking stem is that this damage super strong and straw. Burn matto deb. Abney big you etcetera on fire. It was far too. Like what even is that logic between what they do a drink champs now because they got trick trick on there. They got like just a whole plethora of guests and no bikes. The audio honestly is like little fish gatekeepers. A no fly zone forgot. because that's from. What's a show called hip hop uncovered when keith watching it. 'cause i got that big interview coming up still want me to go. Would you doing here now. The one that you gotta go with is when we do his podcast. Hey should i talk to him about cmec. Obviously i would you not love me man. We'll you had your spooked. Who he is a he adams all like what's up he's lived bending over heard. You don't like me. His i was hard. Put out geno. Because i'm what kind of business. I got not liking you. And he's like i just playing with you. It's in that blog with ti. Doug shit matt. Louis is one of the nicest guys bro. He's he's a solid. It's hard to like resolve. Like this guy started the grips like why. He's so nicely. This is like the cramps. But he started the crepe he basically like had a bigger role than anybody. You can fucking about all the street guys. You know that. You're super kouyate. They're nice fucking guys. Bro whack one hundred little crazy. He's nice is solid. Why came on his platform and said that he got a problem. Which i do not have problems back then. I heard that you didn't even think he was gonna come. I didn't even know that he was gonna also. This is the thing with wack when you're having a conversation with wack he really like your periodically reminded this guy's really in the streets. You talked too big for a while and just be feel like you're talking to your uncle like he's got such a nice vibe that it's almost kind of hard to draw the line of like how he is and watched the episode when we came on here. Yeah i saw a big chunk of it. Though he broke. I tell people all the time bro. He didn't came to my neighborhood. Dolo him and him in waco put my home. He's on tv. You know what i'm saying. When i went to his neighborhood. Got me my own fucking and trailer all my home. He's and feel welcome home was getting into it with some of them people over there. Guess what he jumped in the way the crypts as one hundred. Will you take these. There's actually goes for both of you. Guys how many barbecues and cookouts are you planning on invited me to this summer. How many of you. I think you're gonna come into being not on all of them. I need a burger. I told you to come will come to my mom's i told you okay and you're gonna have some nice gumbo you know what i'm saying in trying to come. Yeah he's gonna be one that's kind of like in the family reunion and poetic justice when they're driving north and they see his giant like family reunion on the side of the road which i've driven up north matt. I don't know where this was happening is going to be more. Your speed is more family orientated. Unless you wanna come to barbecue. I'll take you to be there. Oh and if you take some shrooms he made me okay like would you are you this summer. Are you going barbecues in. The i just came from fucking barbecue barbecues. Where your thing. Like i could get shot here like this. Could turn into some crazy homeboys memorial. No did you watch story. Never fucking ridiculous. It never watched my story all the time talking about. I'm not sure. I saw this. Well i went to. I went to my my home when i was talking about last time at died from cancer us. All the fans were shown. All i love about that in. Because i didn't really expect that i didn't know about that and and i got a lotta. Dm's broke like women dm's and stuff like that people just like shami real love and shit like that so we had We had a memorial for them in our neighborhood right. You know what. I'm saying because we from the same area and you know. All blurbs crabs. Everybody came down here. Show their love Nobody got into it. That's the kind of party. I want to go in and on top of that usually things happen when people go live in neighborhoods people was going live. Nothing happen young. Saying i went to my neighborhood for the first time in like years. And that's like a fucking dangerous. Okay yeah now. I kind of know you like damn the corner store. That looks like cornerstore. What is he doing in there. Yeah you just you know when my peoples but on prepare for anything to happen of all time Does not so you mean like a like a sack race or like a hacky sack game or let me say it is and this is my logic as soon as i hit the once in freeway. I'm ready for whatever. That's when i think that that anything to be a victim of anything once you hit the one euro one time. No i'm just saying like you're gonna be ready for whatever once you start going into south central and stuff like that nigga live good now yami but you know what i hit that one ten is. I'm ready for whatever right. You're gonna go. What good thanks. I can see it when we're talking about big you and wag and then you're talking about being in the neighborhood and stuff and my eighties going to make a good forty year old rap elder statesman. I have long time for that. I hope i hope myself to be one as well. Stay away from his barbecues. We can't stay away right. I mean you can't. I can't Yeah i don't know. I wanna go i wanna like i'm really excited to like. I want to say this post covid. I'm very very excited to be outside. And very very anxious about having to be like backstage music festivals. They announce a lot of them festivals to and. I just like when i think about it. You know i'll gone wrong loud. Actually lay abroad a certain level to which that's just kinda stressful for me to have to be around a million people. A is funny to my my home shots. Baby black man attending ataman. I need to fuck with all these points stars and she knows who says you know like i i know girls but like what are you bringing to the table. That necessarily is going to make them interested. Yeah i guess that's one thing. All these girls want to do is down to be on their only fucking bra. Tell me why that's shot. And just i just see at the end that just like see my requests on twitter and says did you see this. Click the little preview to just see what the video was going to be. I click on it to actually watch the video. And i'm watching that boy. That's his girl. I know this has only fans. I heard him say before. Never like really like scoped her or anything and guys like him. You know if you are famous you want to keep it low key. You do the blowjob seen this dick suck your film and with your phone. You beaten up from behind. It's easy to film like that. But then anything beyond that in terms of sex positions like fucking missionaries pretty normal right but you never see anybody doing on the phone and your fucking missionary. It's like you gotta have your phone up here but now you have the fish i mode. You can switch it to the point. Five x camera. That helps you like to get in them. Spots a lot better also makes you dick way bigger. You put way down at the take notes. You'd think that thing was a pumper for sure. You don't like it's february. Just put the camera on a tripod. it was like. I'm a beat this He got a shirt on. So it's not that you get to see the full scene. You don't really see his dig and just kind of beating looking for her. No i was just impressed. I've ever thought with that. But i never thought that. I would see him. Fucking and we live in a world now. I never thought. I'd see you fucking yes. How you somebody say look. Is this adam on already ready. You was doing the rain. Ranga reddy plugs only fence. I don't know it was already. You should definitely not be there somebody to take delete it. I did you see this of little. Zan supreme patty getting into at a club You know i know. I didn't see today. Mike ryan it was on world start. He's mexican supreme paddy's from florida. To do it is not white. He's fully radian. He's floor Yeah it's hard to tell us real not especially from them too because they just so are the type of dudes that would do something like this some shit but then also it's like it's in the club. If they were faking it you probably see somebody on twitter viral. For like saying they were faking it. I don't know it's kind of hard to imagine them pulling it up. But then i mean supreme pammy like i guess we can talk about. This group broke up. Remember when supreme guys me by shoreline that one show no geez. I'm too in the loop. There's a video that came out of like some associates from shoreline just straight waffle stomping supreme. Patty they turn them to petty off the nicest guy such a nice guy and it just surprises me when i see. He's getting in a fight of the club. Zan allegedly on all of those really not that shoreline beatdown was. That really happened fate. That newletter mckee or some. I'm trying to think of anything on this list. I want to talk about before we start smoking. I mean i guess. I could just bring up the fact. That food is locked up in jail. Trey songz naboth was on the run for three months. No rapper has ever been on the run for three months before. What does that mean. I'm just saying it's pretty impressive. Three miles along he did race. What are you talking about. I think it was less than a couple of months. But i think it was less than three years is almost got away with it. Watch that will be on a run for ten years crazy. Shit good knows ex. It's like three or four seasons bro really and this talk about how people almost got away with certain crimes. See i love that. I love the idea of a perfect crime. Like they always will think about like that in the sense of like you know a bank robbery or whatever like i just really enjoy thinking by what is the way. There's gotta be a way that you could actually get away with it or when you want. Say when you're watching a murder documentary and you're like thinking about how they go through with it. Usually you can just immediately see what they did wrong. But it's like so fascinating to think about like how could they have accuracy and this and this is the good thing about the show. You're talking to the people who got caught. So they're telling you behind bars like this is how got i almost got it. It's called almost got away with it. But some people they would they own a for ten years on the run nine years five years almost eight from prison. This guy from prison twice which is fucking ridiculous. Yes that's really depressing about being famous is that i'm pretty sure if i went on the run. What am i going to do. I know what you. Where the jack. Jack in indiana a province. Like if i move somewhere where nobody's going to know who i am like. If i moved to japan. I knew if i moved bangladesh or like some were. Nobody knows who i am. The problem is still going to be. I'm just going to stand out so much that at some point the conversation is going to be like. Why is there this fucking big tattoo. White guy like on the corner see and that's the thing to one six nine should happen. It's like how fuck or you're going be even get protective custody. Goddamn stays nine tattoos on your face. Isn't it funny how we all thought he was dead meat. And then he's been free for over a year now. And i haven't i mean once you with the police and i said you can walk. I fully believe that there are people who are like excited and ready to to chit this guy. But i just don't think it's going to happen like nobody wants to go to jail and nobody wants to shoot into a crowd of security guards. Just maybe kill the one guy that you wanna kill. It's like no. He has not put himself in any kind of situation. Dropped the vengeance ninzy in which he's really way what dropped adventures injures. What's that drop. Your boys superhero team. Dropped security around. Oh yeah yeah somebody on the streets give them get them in random new. He's right when he says like every rapper has security. Why all and for having security fair but you have a lot of fucking security like cueva was in that apartment building in north hollywood by himself with a ceo box. I am not really sure six in the same position. But i don't know there's nothing wrong security but this is the thing is that i guess we're all just kind of home runs out of money right. That's that's the only way that this is ever gonna happen right. I don't care. No i'm saying like if the the people who said he was gonna die like honestly it would almost be worth it. Just for the memes. I just wanna see what little tweet wishing death. But i do want us know. I want to recess drafts. Mike what he probably got a tweet already lined up for it. Are you more of a spontaneous guy. did you see that. he's beat. he's beefing with his ex super heart. Nah six nine and like the one with all the tests are not as ex- the one with tattoos of him and shit oh and like wow. He did like a crazy ass. Instagram post mad bags that he bought her. And all this crazy shit and its base. And actually i was. I was astonished when i realized this happened. Because she was holding them down the rat blogs that. I didn't cover this and i'm like whoa are. Y'all really gonna like stop covering this. But he bought her match ship posted up about it. Said like tell my girl to stop being mad at me. Yada yada and it's like oh shit because if there's anybody who got a story to tell it's her because she was with him through all that shit you imagine what kinda shit she knows about. She got the location. She definitely do Then let me get the addie. So many people know his actual address. It doesn't seem very well but bessette thing like a lot of people will say. Oh this isn't but who really like you have to really care and be invested a situation. I don't fucking care there. Snitch is all and all through the hoods shit like that. You've like fuck now. it is what it is. Why do i care about disney. Okay but like rats all around los angeles right now. Okay so let's just go with your best friend. Goes jefferson years. There's a guy since on him on the street. Fuck outta here. You think the dow would go down the people citizens just that they insist on someone important enough. Not the thing is that a lot of people will say certain things but if things really don't happen to you does like right now somebody mama fucking dies from covert you feel me. They're going to be affected by more than somebody else. You know what i'm saying and versus somebody whose moms a fucking live. So the same thing goes with sedition like do do do we license fuck no rats but are we gonna make it our thing to to involve ourself and take penitentiary chances for somebody that the affected by us yummy dares nigga. There is okay. I'm gonna give you example There's an interest s national some of my homeboys. you feel what i'm saying. I'm invested into that unanimity. If i'm having to him some happens on that is what it is. But i don't give a fuck about six nine telling nobody no. Oh yeah definitely wouldn't give a fuck about that. I'm here when the one documentary. I think it was the hulu documentary when you realize that. There is an uber driver. The driver who literally was a federal informant who allowed the feds to outfit his van his an suv with cameras. The guy who is the reason why we all know exactly what happened that night. The six nine got kidnapped because there is a fucking recording of everything that happened fully. Got on board with the feds. That guy is still an uber driver in brooklyn and he has multiple times picked up nine trae blood members who recognize them who he had been around and who'd he testify against. I mean i don't know if he testified but he worked with the feds two so that there could be evidence against. Didn't they have like some like sexual misconduct charges on him. And that's what they hovered over his. And you know what's interesting is that they didn't mention that at all in the documentary but i had originally heard that this driver had i forget what it was. I don't know there was a seventeen year old. Yeah something where he was doing something. And maybe like if you would be shipped back to mexico or some shit is fucking this came out or whatever. So that's why he was extra incentivized to get on board with the feds either way but the families are civilians picked up these trae bloods and they don't really look at him as like somebody that of these habits to but also would you not from your world bro. So i'm surprised they're mature enough to take that position billions or not switches. Bo is the people that once you join this shit you when you when you jump off the porch you take off to knock on. Tell them no body no matter what but that's interesting. Because do you think that if you were to look at like do think that money of our lady goals entails on me. Bro do something. She's not a snitch. I get it but if you're a rapper. Who has a driver. Is it your responsibility to make sure that that driver is not going to snitch on you because it doesn't seem very realistic driver. If you're a guy who has a driver all the time that is going to know about everything that you get into. And there's not like like yeah. You could get a driver whose gang related. Who actually like has to go by this. Code is you want was driver. Doing was was was his driver. Doing illegal shit. I don't think so. No think that he was just like okay. I'm gonna take him here near. We got some shit because we want to prosecute these mother fuckers. We're gonna use that. He's a civilian bro. He wouldn't he probably wouldn't have told her did anything if they didn't put that shit over him. Yeah i didn't wanna tell they were they. Were going to find something either way though but like you know goes back to what i was saying like. If you really who's really invested into her teen six nine as an individual yom saying if anybody needs to feel that way need to be nichols in new york. I doubt that all these folks really care to where they're gonna wanna do shit finding cargo. Well i mean. That's i mean you've been talking to him next but that's of crazy thing is that you know i'll take it back then. He came and did issue. Would nip is hot. I just remembered right. All he did he showed it never mind. That's the thing about it though. is that. it's almost like easier to imagine that chicago. Dudes would want to kill him for saying this crazy. Shit about von and darks brother forgiving. Exactly that almost feels like they would be like more enticed to do something than the brooklyn dudes who yeah like. He put your friends in jail for ten years. But somehow like the the shitting on king von memory so publicly over and over just like me nigga if you if you disarm somebody down close to me and my nigga is up forever it you can't go back on that ship pro and that's a crazy shit is that did you see that. The the co founder of cte jesus label went on. I think drink champ saw. It was the big bank thing. Maybe their podcasts. And he basically said that gypsy lost respect from everybody in the streets when he squashed showed with gucci like when he basically like allowed him to. This dead homie on an jesus for show fucking weiner for that. Were saying i was like wow i guess. He speaks for the average man. Wait a minute homing on give. Rose felt that way. I two but then they telling me wasn't really home homey like that so i'm like which see but that's i don't know if this really didn't go did it out can send somebody share right now. I don't mean on fucking close to them. Gee probably wasn't but you have to remember that. Jesus nobody i love easy for only came to exist because of b. m. f. b. m. f. one of the biggest drug dealing operations in like the history of this country. You don't have freedom. You don't think they got a whole bunch of dudes or down to just crash out. Just go do something for one and you got to remember at that time jesus. Bmx investment and gucci mane is basically making him look like a joke clowning him getting hotter and hotter in the streets by the minute. Jesus a huge rapper. But it's like that dynamic where you see another aber coming up. And they're kind of building their name shitting on you bro. Goes by so many random dudes that were down to go. Try killed gucci yambio of time. Do no no but see. But that's the data that they tried the back story. That i want to know is were. They close like that. 'cause i've had people who who were. Who fought would jesus who've told me like day wasn't cool like that and i've also heard other people say that they was cool. There was a rapper on cd. Crip i think his name. Oh i was just. I thought about it. There's a was his name white a white rapper named white and he was on fucking t. I wonder if those videos online. I would love to see that shit again now. She saw the slider pitcher browse going to say. Hey is funny early funding haley. He li- back. Yeah i don't know where the fuck you got. This made. But i'm very into did that. We need a lighter. He definitely did that. We definitely need the velvet by atlanta. Support the home. I would give them bitches right here. five five cream fish feeling. Real nifty right now. There's a ernie embarked song. I keep listening to rubberduck rubber ducky lou saying nifty multiple times in that song he do. Yes rubber duck you. Surely you tell me the fucking op garments song. Don't dongo hard and feel they said to fuck with nigga. Mac you can have a feature. What is perfect for the song to like. They did that shit like perfect together but they did that shit shower. It was stuck in my head for like a couple of days. Like i've got shows where cmec goes from here. But i don't know if he has the self control to really like you'd have to bring it back somewhere. I feel like you and other people have made me paranoid about Aligning myself with him so closely. I like it. it's funny. I like him too. But i just don't want everybody to think that that forehead is something that i'm fucking. China is not even about that. Nobody really. I haven't seen anybody really hammy acting like instigating be by having because i think the best thing is that we see you. You didn't say nothing you didn't say nothing asked him anything to trigger him to somebody. But it'd be different. If you tell me about bob bobbing on your head or to why you got and shit like that. I got my eating go into like. Oh this this is. The name of the gang issues with is why you know even like the milk interview like you didn't ask me. Nothing was like distant anybody. You know what i'm saying. So it's like no one's gonna trip like dag. Say he just represented. Yeah now for real. Because like dan us it gets smoked And you're sitting where you were sitting here go now but yeah that that that really made me think though is like you know robbers come on here and they talk about beefs with other rappers. That's fine if a gang member comes on here in his really talking about gang like what gang he hates and like using this platform as a way to basically like humiliate another ganger that all of a sudden becomes something. I don't really want to be part of matt could've easily took it to. He didn't and i think that's a big part of why people like that interview. And why he's likable. He kept but he says shit fucking his instagram shit. I'm talking about. I wouldn't would have been not great to have him saying in hindsight as well to nigga come on here and talks about some shit some shit and talk about the if something happened to that. They're going to dale us. Your fucking interview and prosecute somebody now. Everybody is going to be sitting there going to say adams the fuck and police you see. How happy vlad was when they came up nick. Cannon's interview brought up overseas cash gear. But that's but that's the thing knows like you know you don't want to be the the reason why somebody gives life and fucking jailer. Or something like that foot of love. The hell of clicks shit like nomination management cool next families. And yom and i mean honestly like. I can't really like as much as people want to use the feds whatever. I can't really think anytime i did. A podcast with someone came on and was really. I guess that probably have been times over the years but you know like motherfuckers. Air themselves that much it'd be done to that'd be therefore i applaud you. Nobody takes like that is always is your phone. Because you're older you're white you're smarter should be smarter than you because there's a lot of shit you can say and do that you don't do and i know behind the scenes that i'd be like i respect what i'm just saying. There's a lot of incidents where you like. Damn i could've did this. But it's like. I'm not gonna do mean like your moral compass clicks in yeah versus somebody. Who's just me like fuck it. Let me go all the way in. Yeah that'd be gotta look. It is like in the short term. Yeah you might make more youtube revenue. But it's like the brand is more important than half fucking integrity. I'm saying be a standup guy tree. People do you want to be treated at the end of the day. But that's what's weird about the news thing is that a lot of rappers like basically wanna be famous and then don't want the news to be able to talk about them like they wanna get mad bucket academics for reporting on something that like is news broke. He's just doing his job. You really can't like you can't expect to be this famous and to get arrested for beating a girl up or not talk about the in your car. Whatever it's like they're gonna report on that see that's just life. That's the argument. That i was having with house phone that you're saying people were going to treat you differently. The dingle treat atom you know what i'm saying. They expect adam to do some shit like that. They're not speak to you as a black man to comment on another black man. And that's why i could get so much. Slack is will people are not going to give the same energy to academics. They're gonna give to you. But it goes both ways because on one hand me inserting myself into black people. Business is always going to get that response. Why do you want to talk about black. People have been so much but only get that if feels like. I'm having too much of an opinion if i'm getting too much in the mix of i'm talking to reckless etc. I will get that response. Academics is a black dude so he gets treated differently. And it's it's it's like he's under bro. I saw that cueva on sweetie thing came out. He was number one trending. Why wasn't in the video. He put the video. He posted the video. But that's crazy. Like like people really like look at him as i just a punching bag for the media like they use him as a representation of the whole media and so it's like he posted that video soda soda soda Fucking jason lee so to everyone and it's like they don't nobody really thinks to give them the shit i think a lot of assets who is from the affiliation with six nine to add to it and you know one thing that i can say though. I'm just happy that he don't allow himself to get bullied. I respect that. Yeah now you. As much as i hated going through that whole thing with him he was making a point that i that i get. And when you see the the way that he just keeps going at it with meek and rory from the fuck and podcasts and all these people it's like one end that's not really like how am i necessarily handle it but you gotta respect it. Because it's like he's really letting people know if they want to like really before them like this is i'll treat you. I'll talk about you. The way that i talk about you behind your back you don't that is not fun for a lot of people you don't have to. You don't have to be a straight got stand up for yourself you feel me. I don't care black white purple blue. Don't be a pussy. Somebody come at you shit giving that same energy but be prepared if you run into a nigga in person you know what i'm saying a nigga be prepared for what would that comes with run until you they're not gonna be plant you think they'll ever get black and in public art. Think act is. I think the he knows that. There's a possibility that niggers are going to try to get him. He ain't stupid. He's not about to be sucking money. He's gonna get anybody's security issue him. He doesn't claim to be a street. Nigga he doesn't claim to be a tough guy if he even told on. Somebody bro like i wouldn't i wouldn't look at. How many different. Now look at him now. I don't feel like that would fuck shit up if you talked to somebody. He's not a straight guy he's a civilian. Yeah but don't you feel like he can't really get away. From that dictation street guy they treat him. This is not saying he's not a street guy so look the rules. Don't apply for him. You know what i'm saying. He's a hip hop journalist. Bro he is. He's he's he doesn't claim to be nothing else. Pro you right now are giving him more leeway than the general population rap. Would they do because he's black. Broke but exactly but vlad lawsuit against rick ross Don't you think that that. In a lot of ways that people in rab treat vlad quite different as a result. Now vlad still has a great business shillo two interviews. But i mean there are a lot of people who i know for a fact. Basically won't have any do advice because of that maybe not a lot but at least some people are still running up and down and do vlad interviews bro. From and to be honest his recent cancellation where like chiloe to people. Like basically talk shit about him. Didn't really have anything to do. With the vlad thing and are the ross thing but and that was forever. You want to cancer. Somebody don't go to fucking platform at all. Don't talk about the platform. That's what would really be in canceled is you've you can't say this person is cancelled and you go do some people pick and choose what they wanna fuck in what they not. Recently a bunch of different people like really got vocal against vlad really kind of tried to turn it into a thin. I told you this and people that are on his platform. I fucking told you dead. This was going to happen. I told you it was like you know it's not like it. I'm like nigger. No negative about to go down over you know. What i'm saying louis farrakhan bro the surprised that i would have thought that other things would. I didn't think that that would have been the thing that really. Don't you remember coming in here. And i'm like listen bro. Do not fuck with that community bro. It's just crazy because like it. Kinda like okay. I read a lot of mainstream news. I have a fucking subscription. The new york times i see the articles that the new york times puts out about louis farrakhan and they call him an anti semite and they talk about him like he's a fucking hatemonger and this is the biggest journalistic institution in the country in a lot of runs debt. Though are you going to say the jews because this might be a little dicey. no. I don't know who runs. I'm asking who runs the but they're not. There's not black media right exactly. That's what i'm saying. That just hit so different. Like the lucere banned from all these social media sites for literally. shit he said about jews. And then like vlad. Basically like kinda. Sorta league misquoted. Like a thing that he said and like man like they really. I just sorta like wonder if all those people who were so offended by that necessarily realize the shit that said about louis farrakhan in the media about mainstream media everyday but maybe not every day you think about it like okay. Hip hop right predominantly black culture right. So you vlad. Everybody has an obligation to your arm saying adhere to this culture. The right way yummy not do should gonna fuck up. The culture are take away from the culture. I like to think that you bring something to the culture. You know what i'm saying and anybody. If they're taking from our culture which is ran by black people they need to get the fuck out the culture in elementary black white blue orange. Whatever the fuck the situation is. I don't like to like i feel like a lot of ways if i just talk about politics too much like little weird things in politics politics often kinda like takes away from what i'm trying to do at times. I don't really want to make my fucking platform album me. Having some crap like it's so tempting because now everybody wants to be there like mega far conservative or super super woke and i'm really. I'm not a huge fan of either to be. I think they're both fucking nuts. You just let poker strip. Follow a lot of the mega far right. People like get people deming me like. Why do you follow steven crowder. It's like i don't agree with this guy on much but it's interesting entertaining and i feel the same way about some of the crazy ass. Social justice warrior people. Don't even know steven crowder is. I think you're gonna be okay but you. You should join the mudd club. What does they never heard of that. Either that's his thing like you get a mug and like break it off. Someone's it now. I think i think you pay like five bucks a month for the mug or something. And that's his mind's ation thing maybe you get a mug every month. That's about a way too many mugs three for three years and you got thirty six months plus whatever amongst you started with. You gotta fuck. You can start a mug store. I did think it was kind of smart when i saw the mug club. Because it's like a way of like getting people to give you money every month without just being like give me money every month. It's like no you get. I think a year i five dollars a month. You get a muggy here that expensive sixty dollars but the idea is like going to be made out of silver tray with repeal the support you because like with the super conservative media. Shit a lot of them. They don't make any money on youtube and sheds so they are trying to find other ways to make money or whatever i mean they can eat a dick but anyway restock about You there you answer. That's hard a game. I have gone my kid now. 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Not those tensions now just liable to get pissed off but but he does more tantrums at the end of when he's getting tired maybe like two times a day tired he been jumping smash jumping off and grind the way worse the judges kids though he sounds way crazier man. I deserve it though. Why karma karma for what being a bad kid sparking the road game gamera man though dude making a cry like even though i realized i was a bunch of good reasons it was like i literally did something tour. Just made her cry and i really like. Wow that made me feel horrible high. So there's gonna be a lot more of that throughout her life. Yes there's going to be times when you might mega crime purpose. When have like grounder know she's gonna cry and it's still the right thing to do crying here You like you care if your kids see smuggled months Kind of like in the middle about it. like. I don't like like she like our ki- i kinda like. She knows what's up. 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Yeah he was there bro. I didn't even short brought. Was bill like that. And he's pretty like he pulled up he wouldn't. He was skating with some air force. One little skates on cool. We'll have stories about just seeing floyd mayweather. Doing normal high school basketball. My parents went right. My parents went to a fucking high scarola basketball game in calabasas or some shit because my dad is a weirdo who likes watching basketball. Mostly from high school and college kids and a lot of people like that doesn't really care about the nba potential. And she's like yeah a lot of times they'll be like some guy in the nba who's like super famous and my dad will not paying attention to sixteen to me. It's a strange thing to do. If that's not your line of work. I've kind of i wanted to say you're thinking about being like well. Obviously my bill late in the game now but you could have been like you know one of them guys. Scout mom is a high school. Football coach really. Is that a free gig. You do that for free paint and you can move up. You could do college after that. You didn't go to the nfl. you're like a. It's not like a volunteer type thing now. I think there's only like the parks right john. Doing that could see you as a coach once you reach status you. There's a lot of people that do that you know. Joe moses shot joe moses. He has a team real. Yeah you gotta team A holy bro debt. Honestly like the kids had no. The parks had no by that. Funded them to fucking hattie's league and should i dance new doing the first one. I do this teen years and school for sure. Like i remember. That should go. It's pretty crazy when you really think about the extent to which like hip hop gang bang and excetera is like interwoven into normal society. Now where. I could imagine at some point in the eighties or nineties that there would be like a bunch of stuff that would prevent those guys like that. There would be people in charge you. 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The Christmas Eve Episode

Podcaster Stories

08:10 min | 7 months ago

The Christmas Eve Episode

"Hi and welcome to a special christmas eve addition of podcast stories and this episode. I'm taking a look back at some of the main stories. Mike shared and season two of the show. Listen with me. As my guest house of some of the things that changed their lives and made them the personality and episode one geno reasoner and ritual belotti of the to north collective podcast spoke whites important to get messy when having difficult conversations in my own journey for example we just want to mini series called amplify. And we're speaking with people basically about race racism being in a system. That doesn't allow you to be authentically. You or celebrate. You and i know that something you know retail had this beautiful brainchild of an idea and we set it up. And i've been so grateful because those are the types of conversations that i have passion for but i'm so scared to be a part of it because i feel like i don't i don't know what to say i don't know the right thing to say And i think the podcast is ben a platform whether it be a topic or other topics where we've really pushed ourselves in. I know i've been pushed but in a space that does feel safe where i'm publicly saying. Like hey i don't know the answer. Here i'm going to get it wrong gonna be messy and can we all be okay with that. The following week. Jody hanks and chris rush of digression. Podcast talk the time in the us air force and why the shortest shy away from topics like suicide death and sexual assault and the armed forces. Those kind of things we would deal with you know you know. We had with our problems with substance abuse. We've had our problems were suicides The whole spectrum of the human condition is what we had to deal with day in and day out so much. We wanna have fun on the podcast. We take what we experiences we had in the in the air force and we examined some of the things that are going on in the military today and they're very very serious subjects. We you know we. We know we've talked to also In that episode about the sexual assault scandal in san antonio texas for the air force with the military training instructors. And you know that. Was you know those kind of those are the issues that our chief and i would have to work every every day so we just incorporate that into our podcast because a lot of our listeners relate to you know having to deal with the chief and the shirt you know in some way shape or form episode three michael levitt of the breakfast leadership network and i stress through the covert pandemic was causing so many issues for people and businesses. I think a lot of it boils down to we as humans don't have proper boundaries and how we live and the boundaries of what we consume not just food that we consume a right now is a stressful time and for watching the news. Several hours a day were consuming a lot of negative information. In that stresses people out. It concerns us as governments things up and then closed things back down again. That's stressful for many people. Because they're worried. They have fear that they could lose their job. There could be an income drop in their household. They won't be able to do the things that they like doing with the holidays coming up. There's a lot of concern of. Will i be able to go home for christmas or see loved ones for the holidays or whatever holiday you observe. It's really really problematic and that stress builds up an absolute for citizen. John of promo podcast shadow. She found her passion when she became an entrepreneur. I don't know if it's like a gene or in your dna. Or i feel like it's something you must be born with Because even when i was a kid i would gather up like free candy and pencils and things like that and then sell them to my friends. But i didn't actually start a business until two thousand eight was my first business. Knows actually photography business. But after a few years. I decided i wanted to switch to online business just because the overhead was getting so expensive with photography with maintenance and upkeep of the equipment and stuff and i think once i started online businesses that i really realized that. That's the path. I wanna go is an absolute five. Nate catterson extraordinary. Podcast offered his advice on. Why success needs to be measured by the lifestyle you're able to craft and spend your day as opposed to just financial success you know. It's really not so much about the the money. The success success is very important. Because i think success leaves characteristics and traits. That are very important but when it's so tied up into money into the financial side of it then there's these other things that get neglected these other things that get removed and when you can when you can realize your success based on the lifestyle that you're able to craft able to value success on how you spend your day okay. Well now we're onto something. Now we can kinda say cable. Let's craft the lifestyle that allows me to have the day that i wanna have absolute six so my good friend tim john of we're on human. Explain why our lives are defined by us and we choose to pass we walk on the biggest thing for me personally has been this idea and this is why i keep going every conversation as a reminder and inspiration of this idea that we can define our own lives like. This isn't something. I don't know if you've figured this out In listening has i did not figure this out that. Like i am the one who can define my life. I think for a long time. I was just kind of asleep at the wheel and you know sort of going through the motions that someone else decided. This was a good path for me. Or i believe this was a good path for me or you know recommended. Whatever but you know this idea. Now that what i do for a living what i do with my time every day what i want to do next year like this is all going to happen. Based on the intention. I put forth an episode seven catherine praise water of your positive imprint shared many inspired in a moving stories with us including death threats to our guests. How hospital visit changed her life forever. And why the small things in life are so important and so. When i came back to the united states i was. I was teaching. I told the students the story. And i said you know when you go to the grocery store simple things elect putting the cart in its spot. Makes a difference for people who work at the store. Don't don't put that cart in the middle of the parking lot. I mean that's just such a little simple thing for little children to know but tell your parents work with your parents because this woman has lived through hell finally an absolutely march clifford of adhd. It's all michigan's out. Some amazing personal stories to tell including a prison send. It changed his life for the better and one that he did for uncool. They were offered him five years and my lawyer said you know if you want. We could work this out. You could take his place. So what i did is. I confessed to doing a lot of things which i had done. And the agreement was we'd get yours and take my uncle's place and they would come after me. Will they decided that wasn't enough. The judge made a decision that there was more to me than that the i. Everything she thought and read about from the fbi was true. I'll give joy district back in the first half of season. two podcasts. the stories we'll be back in a new year with more mazing guests and stories. So don't forget to subscribe anywhere. You listen to podcasts apple podcasts. Podcasts spotify google podcasts amazon music and more often over to podcast stories dot com re consent for the free newsletter until the next time have a wonderful holiday season and i hope it's safe and happy one.

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Resenha: Haunt - Beautiful Distraction (Heavy Metal Americano)

Metal Mantra Podcast

17:04 min | 4 months ago

Resenha: Haunt - Beautiful Distraction (Heavy Metal Americano)

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Resenha: Five The Hierophant  - Through Aureate Void (Avant-garde Post-Black/Doom Metal, Dark Ambient/Jazz ingls)

Metal Mantra Podcast

19:53 min | 5 months ago

Resenha: Five The Hierophant - Through Aureate Void (Avant-garde Post-Black/Doom Metal, Dark Ambient/Jazz ingls)

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Episode 496: FuseBox Radio #648: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Spring Session #10 (Sleepy Cicadas Soon Come Spring Music Mix #2)

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

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Episode 496: FuseBox Radio #648: DJ Fusion's The Futon Dun Livestream DJ Mix Spring Session #10 (Sleepy Cicadas Soon Come Spring Music Mix #2)

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Exercise aggression; Purity culture; The Plumage Act; Smacking

Woman's Hour

57:37 min | Last month

Exercise aggression; Purity culture; The Plumage Act; Smacking

"This is the bbc. This podcast is supported by advertising outside the uk. Bbc sounds music radio podcasts. Hello thank you for joining me. Chloe tilley hair on the women's apple cost good morning and welcome to the program. The children's commissioner for england says self-isolation from schools must be scrapped as soon as possible allowing children's lives to return to normal day mitchell desouza ones of the trauma being inflicted on a generation of children. Almost a quarter of a million kids off school in england today as the result of coming into close contact with someone with keva just nine thousand children have tested positive now. That number has quadrupled in a week and figuring out later today are expected to show a further rice. Then that means children are missing out on the fun end of year activities of schools. We're talking about proms school trips that socialization that they've missed out on over the last eighteen months old site for these children. Moving schools in september transition days to the new schools have been cancelled. My daughter was meant to be doing her transition zoom this morning because it was canceled. I've literally just ten minutes ago. Saying there's an internet outage at the school so yet more disruption and it also means that parents are having to find people to look after their children whilst they work and of course that burden often falls on mother's also this morning we're going to be discussing smacking. After a review of twenty years of research concluded that smacking doesn't work and far from deterring bad behavior. it can often make it worse. Researchers found smacking children can lead to behavioral difficulties like a gun violence antisocial behavior. So we won't tell your experiences this morning. Do you or have you smacked your children. Do you think it worked. Did you feel guilty afterwards or actually. Did you think no. This was a moment of clarity or it was a moment when i lost control. You can text me now on. Eight four eight four four. You can also get in touch via social media. It's woman's hour at bbc woman's out and you can email us of course through your website and if you're happy i cui back then. Please do leave your number rule. Say going to be talking about how morning swim turns sinister yesterday for sports psychologist. Who was dragged under the water and held there by a man that she gave a taken during. Elaine swim now. She believes this was a result of a fragile maili. She's going to tell us more about that. In around ten minutes plus to women who grew up in purity culture. Explain the impact. It's had on nephew of sex and of their own bodies of being told they must stay sexually pure until marriage and is almost one hundred years on from the ban on the trade in feathers. And we're going to find out more about a woman called emily williamson. She campaigned so hard for the law. Change and in the process saved bird species from extinction but is largely forgotten in history. We'll find out why later on but let's begin by talking about official figures that show in england lane this month. One hundred seventy two thousand children with self isolating having potentially been in contact with a positive cave case at school. The system school bubbles where groups of peoples have to self isolate if one test positive could be scrapped in the autumn ministers looking at the possibility of asking schools to introduce daily testing instead will is frustration amongst parents because this disruption has been caused by a rising number of children ams current households have to quarantine warning four families headed by a single parent. Ninety percent of these women. Say for them. This has been particularly challenging. They're more likely to work in sectors that west affected. I'm to be on a lower income so having to take time off unpaid with kids who self isolating is of course difficult. If you're in this situation do get in touch with us this morning. If your child is having self isolate has your grandchildren for example what impact has it had on them families and also relationships within families it stressful. Isn't it particularly. Parents are having to juggle work as well. He can text us now on eight. Four eight four. Four at bbc woman's out on social media. Let's be victoria benson chief executive of gingerbread a charity that supports single parents. Good morning victoria. Have you seen an increase in Parents coming to you and talking to you about this increase in children being isolated from school in recent weeks we have. We saw a big increase last week with people. His children were at being told to isolate but because they couldn't say they were wondering what to do about that. I mean comes out marriage. And what's tricky is. It appears unexpectedly. That different schools take different approaches to whether to close for example an entire school year or whether they just say well maybe there were these six or seven or eight children sitting around that child tested positive so we just lays out said there's not even any way that parents can really No there's no way you can be told on the monday that you'll semi texts and told not to send your children into school that day and your employees expect you in work and of course you kind of faced with an impulsivity impossible jumping thinking if you're a single parents. I know that you've got six children. And you're a single parent yourself. I take my hat to you for that alone. But tell me how i mean. Over the course of the whole pandemic. We're looking at what eighteen months. How have you been affected personally by this annual children so we we've spent ten days on ice lately because my youngest child is nine. actually co created. Virus say i was with with multiple children might my l. couldn't come back because she was at university so we spent ten days last night thing and extremely Tricky because of course. I'm working fulltime job. I've got two children and still doing schoolwork can mind my help. I had a sick child as well and i was doing to. Elaine saying they support many else. And i'm lucky because i kind of work from. Hey my name's weapon. I'm anti continued. Get paid but still you know. It's it's a huge and it's and it's very stressful. It's a challenge. People ready getting in touch with us on eight. Four eight four four one text here from a solo. Mumber saying i'm having to do this today. I won't be able to tune in as a big meeting online. with potential. new client child will be plugged into the. I pat with headphones. I'm concerned by kids catching covid and of course developing long cave but think. Pcr testing should be used to return after seven rather than ten days. I mean we'll talk about solutions in a while but it does leave parents in impossible situations and he finding anecdotally. This is often falling responsibility on our mothers. Well yes i mean. The majority ninety percents of single parents saw on this and many many single parents lawns in a position that they can work behind because they can kind of dot. Why it's not possible to welcome. Say for example. We had an a person who wets in a campaign. Fainting us in the last week because that trump was sentenced in school so they weren't able to go into work and they weren't paid and they had they had stayed on paid leave which crosses israeli really difficult. You're already on the low income. I knew costs have gone up because you knock your children and it's just not merely possible to play on paid lead every time. The child is set from school. There is of course support available for parents. Isn't there in this in this situation. No had a few problems in the initial stages but just talks about what support people can get so from february this year which means the majority of the pandemic wasn't available. If you'll chart was sent home school to isolate. I told by the school that the childhood stay at home. certain conditions you. You were eligible for grants by hundred pounds. And that's is meant to help you way. You what congress were but it can be difficult sometimes to access the forms and fill them in and get them in and a delay in payment. If you need that payment quickly that can be a challenge to so. This is administered by each local authority nichols. They won't do it. Differently is very low awareness crimes and bustle. Say this quite a few conditions. And we're finding that many parents apparently find out hasn't been amicable for it and you have to be on a low income and fulfil the conditions which itself makes it more challenging. And if you're trying to look after the child at home as well and phil informs you know it all adds to that stress. Doesn't it and i guess one thing that we mustn't forget as well as this is a time of year. When children are meant to be having fun is coming to the end of the school year. It goodness may it's been a difficult year for for everybody. Hasn't it so for for children who are being sent home now. They might miss out on things. Like i don't know proms school trips. Those situations that help them mental health which has so suffered in the last year army. My daughter's worried about sports day. She really she really enjoy sports day of the parents guide to watch and she's ready hyping that she gets to do it so she's nine events in her school calendar sports day. Yeah i mean we've been taught at the two schools my children gates you that sports they will go ahead but without parents watching said they'll still get the experience but of see. The parents won't be altogether. But i think for parents that are going through this right now. The challenges where do we go for. Because this is the conversation of see the government to said sochie. Javed's stood up yesterday in the house of commons and said i will speak to williamson the education secretary. We will see what can be done from the conversations. You're having with parents join pestle experience. What do you think is the solution going. Forward from september when children start that new academic year mean. I had him say that we will be back to new orleans one of that the single parents with we're not back to normal because The you know. The risk of the risk of your job in santo can have a huge impact on your income so we do need more awareness at the track and trace grant we do need more needed. Tunnels meisel As many people angles go to in the child catterson takes his find us. Say that's an additional are single parents. You know we've got some coming up the lack of availability of some of may schemes. Even if your child is able to make the house And let's have a big impact on working parents as well. Tell me what your last year has been like. I mean you've said that you have to just come out of isolation because your your youngest had caved before that did you have to isolate often. Yes so. Between september and christmas my mature three different schools and each of them got sent with that bubbles and as a united made sinking with the youngest to having to home. Educate them on were. Its biggest. struggle is stressful Say i'm lucky. I can work around them. But many in that case it means working longer hours an this exhausting of its relentless and your day with no sport of else say for me. It's been the toughest year jopling childcare education on. What i'm doing it's sports and the irony is how long before covid were. We all worried about the amount of time at children's spent on line and in front of devices and then the result through no one's fault has been. They've got to sit in front of computer screens for long periods of time whether it's an interactive lessons or just filling out work. Yeah i mean. I was sitting on a work meeting on the same colour. Doors past midnight said help. Me and always heartbreaking. Well listen thank you. So much victoria for coming on and explaining to us. Well the stories that that single parents telling you as chief executive gingerbread portal's say own pestle experience victoria benson. I do get in touch with us with how you're coping at the moment on your children un's how you juggling how you're finding the way through here. It's eight four eight. Four one message from lucy on twitter saying day. Five of my then six year olds isolation in december. They tested her for studying. She tested positive. Asymmetrically a symptomatically. Several months later as long covid she has day. She can't get to school. Seven teaches tested positive as did many of the kids and many still have long haven guessed that is the flip side is net. That's what it's about it's protecting people and trying to stop the spread. Let's bring in a ruth now who has got in touch with us about her experience morning. Ruth tell us about your situation morning yet. Having son say Four small children and three richard timeless golan and one's eighteen months in recent weeks resides to spend beset high because of isolation and not because they've had covert or and catch simpson's repeated someone in that bubble of sixty hides and vinson covid tested positive. And it's been really really difficult. Because amb united six and eight and there's so many issues as a result of iraq erupts and haven't been able to do my job effectively or play and the co compensation is removing leng online. But a six year old doesn't then online so just as you said and with be nice if i had time let's time on. Tv and this is such in edwin has a garden. We have a garden behind god in the highest or day and then against the other things that they wanted to my consent israeli identity. How the situation were change in us. A policy change because i calculated on rabin publicity vaccine children because of having full smalto jen. And because of the large bubbles in because my husband's private school schoolteacher. So i feel. I just have a child. I'm old at the time. And i think this time it's really impacted by mental wellbeing and very pass no to them that someone inaba caved in and i said hi. I'm sorry it's being so difficult. And i'm my concern is the wings were looked like this case in a primary school children. No description of vaccine and nice parents wouldn't became that primary schoolchildren. Boxing say how will we have. The was a suggestion wasn't there and he's still being floated at the moment by the government. That one solution could be daily lateral flow tests so if you do lateral flow test at school and you are negative. You can go into school and otherwise you can't. Would you be happy with that. Could that be a solution. Well that would be a total and not than anything else. I've heard but it just seems that imagining the kind of way way. Have a child being sent home to someone in public six day and that's been ten days in isolation which is a huge impact in the so mix that missing never not during the old benhamlat tickets and say that has to be an option to look at but that the it feels that how can she's just ignored the fact that there's lots of children missing lot cisco tie so. I think you'd expect for two years ago your child's hind for waken and not going to would be out roll and it just feels. I expect now that children are just doing pick for huge periods of times. I'm you know an unlimited. I a text message from the score. Saying deny second cents. Each league is which doesn't an sky kind of what you took eddie. What about feminist but single parents. How do i get my the children to school a six year old. It's isolating a node pounds. What's upgrade said huts older children because they can't get there with the cia scopes of a child sized tonight's a massive popular and warm with solution on the horizon. I say rethink you have as much for getting in touch with us this morning. I'm really grateful to you. And i think everyone can fail the frustration and the difficulty that you and say many parents gang through say thank you for coming on and articulating that to us this morning. Hair on woman's are if you wanna share your experiences if you wanna come on the radio or or text me a lot semesters coming in. It's eight four eight. Four four or on social media is at bbc woman's hour now sports psychologist dr j. phen- perry how some insight into what makes athletes take. But she wasn't prepared for what happened to her early yesterday morning when she was doing laps at a swimming pool. A man she overtaken pulled her under the water by her feet and held a down before shouting her when she stare when she shared that incident on social media had time line was filled up with women sang that similar things that happen to them. I can Police say that johnson is with us. Now morning josephine warning. This sounds utterly terrifying. Just take us through what happened. it was. i'm survivors. Swimming is a guy. He was much slower in the line. I was able taking him every six or seven laps and regularly. But i felt very safely and at one point. I felt my foot taps but there was no the taking maysonet thought it strange got the other end of the lane tumbled hands and then just stayed on the water as my feet were grabbed. And i couldn't get a coke. Surfaced the braves and obviously tumbled. Your you desperately waiting for that so I was really panicking. Kicked and kicked got bucks surface and this guy is clearly sprinted down the lane catch me and grabbed my favorites because he wanted to communicate that he didn't like the way that i was taking him. Was he shouting with the aggressive. Was he com. he was just he was. He was aggressive. He he just kept telling me. I was ridiculous. I was ridiculous. And going over the same things that he he wasn't slaves falsity off its race. Me which comes reminds me of a sco playgrounds For the lifeguard kuldo. They got the gt manager. But what can they. Can they physically pull out somebody from the pool. This behaving light up. They call so. I had to leave because it risk swimming in that same name with her. Could he tell you a of asli shaken by this. Yeah i think you must be able to you dying out. Somebody underwater and and say that. Somebody's that upset and and just carry on swimmer. So were the swiss doing at this point. Do people come to your eight now. Actually i mean. It's not the first time i've seen poor h. I'm at this. Nfc in poor eighteen. Lots of various. I've had hundreds of messages with similar things. I am not sure. The guy's a big guy. I'm not sure he wants to get involved in and kinda step in in that. Would you pretty vulnerable when you've been a swimsuit and that's the thing isn't it it's that it's that vulnerability so you took the decision to leave but if you take it up with the management at the pool yep so i've spent the management. They are going to investigation. I for postage the place. Because i feel like i can go back there and it safe on and hopefully that will that will do something. So you clearly unhappy about this. But it's you put it on social media and you go quite a big reaction to this. Didn't ye. I think something like two thousand responses and had in private messages and so many stories shots of women going through the same men being very supportive that they see this stuff happening and they hate it and women saying yeah canoga go to my running clock because i'm continually passed it by a guy must be done about it. I stopped swimming. Because i just never felt safe. I got great underwater. And i've never been back to the pool all these stories of thinning unsafe in place where we should feel safe on with josh strides. Do our exercise as we speak of just seem one taxed which has come. In saying i've been kicked. I've been punched up in cajoled shouted out from overtaking men in the local swimming pool. Then there's the man who will transform faster when i as a woman. Rav taking these are usually elderly men with your psychologists hat on. What was going on here. Do you think i i can. When we are in a sporting environment to some april swimming as purely exercise other people may well see us sport and we did to get quite competitive. I'm if we're not spotting environments and some may be that kicks in butts. Guess i'm very lucky. Most of the men in my life of people that actually celebrate women doing things but this is not the first time in that poor wife. had somebody upsets. I was swimming faster than them. I told by an astronaut guy. That i'm i was intimidating him by swimming. T fast like i'm in the fossil. What do you want me to do. and say. I mean i pulled up a little bit on this fragile molly. Say but that's what it felt like that it was. There was another guy swimming fast in my lane yesterday. He wasn't grasped and held a da. He was only may and so that. That's what makes me think this is a. This is a female thing. We'll s what i wanted to ask you. Whether he failed that that mom would have done the same to another manner. If you feel it was based on your sexy can you had. I'm a smaller 10-stone women. It's it's a lot easier to take your frustrations out outta may then a allergic and so you think it's easy pickings laced. Yeah an and if he was that upset what and and there was no issues with it. Why can get out and speak to a lifeguard and get it out with officially rather than go down violence rate. So have you where are you. Where are you feeling about this. Are you feeling that you can go swimming pool again. I went this morning. My sports psychologists heads told me that. If i was working with a client i would push them to go back soon. Get out the way otherwise hands. It tends it's like conscious patriotic zaidi longtime of of trying to wonder what stay so like. I have to outlaw will have to get back. I'm so i did this morning. I was shaking looking in. But i am very glad it's dumb and what's going to happen to him. Do you know idea so that. The poll say they have sincerely faith. They'll look at it. I lost him to be banned. I'm i don't want anyone else guys. Weeds at it will see what they say. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. I'm grateful each to phen- perry there who was pulled physically by a man under the water yesterday by her feet at her swimming pool because she david taken him in a lap lane. Your experiences of Well within exercise. I mean clearly there Being told that it's not just exclusive to swimming. It can happen in other sports while he can touch this eight. Four eight four. Lots of you getting in touch with us talking about ice relation for children the impact is having anew katherine somerset says. I'm a single parent to secondary school. Children have both recently had to be at home due to caved in their year groups personnel. Support this despite the inconvenience of failed. That is eminently sensible. Giving the potential impact of long haven and the sharp rise of the delta variant. We are still in a global pandemic despite the push from the right for stacked as it's all over another one hand if i can get my computer screen to stop scrolling quite say quickly there we go from camilla in bedford. She says it might oughta school of approximately two hundred year twelve. She was all psyched up to do a mock levels this week that count towards a unique application evidence. She did one exam yesterday. And then you to say many children's self isolating. The school have cancelled all mocks today at the last minute looking to set them up again for september bodies weeks of revision. Prep motivation dashed again for this year group and no real break. Over the summer as exams loom mcgann for them instead of being able to make progress in june july toward their futures. it's a massive impact on your twelve. Camilla thank you for getting in touch with us. It's it's incredible. Isn't it the impact. It's having on so many families in so many different ways to continue to keep those messages coming in a read as many of them as can over the course of the next thirty minutes now. I'm willing to bet that the majority of people listening this morning with some time or other have been snacks. You might even have been on the receiving end of a cane or slipper but attitudes towards corporal punishment have shifted significantly in recent decades today. A review of twenty years of studies concludes. That smacking doesn't improve children's behavior on the country. It makes it worse and it can be harmful will review was led by university college. London and evolved sixty nine label studies that fully children. Eva time mostly in the us was smacking is bound in sixty two countries around the world that includes scotland where smoking ban was introduced in november last year and a similar ban his to come into force in wales in twenty twenty two in england. Parents are relaxed smack. Children under a reasonable chastisement defense under the children's act two thousand and four to allow smacking as potter reasonable punishment. As long as it doesn't leave a mark. Such as bruce or scratch. The question is should england. Be following the lead of scotland and wales. That's certainly what this research would suggest. Let's speak to. Dr anne hellman who's from uc l. And is lead author of the study. Good morning with us as at simon calvert who is a spokesperson for seasonal a group that campaigns against smacking bands. First of all if you could dot com and just explain to us what your study looked at and the conclusions in greater depth. Okay so We looked at as you said was Twenty years of research Sixty nine studies that looked at the effects. The impacts of physical punishment on different child outcomes and the one that has been studied most while behavioral problems that are directed outward sustains like an aggression rule raking hurting others so those are the behaviors that probably physical punishment is meant to improve but actually what we found was really overwhelming evidence that it does the opposite. And what is important to say. Is that the studies that we included are all studies that followed the same children overtime and uncontrolled for initial levels of these behaviors. So it's not that received slings because these were children who were just a had had these behaviors in the first place it. These effects were controlled for and over and above. We see that these behaviors worsen over time in children that are physically punish so it really achieves the opposite of what it is meant to achieve before bringing simon. Can you give us what the definition of a smack for the purposes of this study. yes so As you said most of these studies come from the us which used the term spanking and that is understood as hitting children with an open hand on the extremities maybe the buttocks not all studies defined terms making but what we also did as we took great care to exclude studies that had in their definition of physical punishment. Things like hitting on the head using an object Use terms such as beating so we included those severe Got severe end of the spectrum. So what we are talking about what we looked at our these ways of spanking. Ooh so there's a wide range there isn't from a tap on a handle away three to using and and maybe hitting someone around the head so wide spectrum. Yes there is but what i'm saying. Is we excluded hitting the right okay included. So we're talking about what you might say what you might call it new forms of physical. Let's bring in simon. Because i ain't. Simon is from a group that campaigns against smacking balanced outline your position for us simon can harris. The silence would suggest not. We'll try and reconnect with simon and some people would say Yeah that's the importance of smacking is not so much the action of smacking it providing deterrent. The fear of smacking did that. Come into your study tool we. We didn't look at the at the intentions of parents. But if i don't quite follow the i say wanted to install via an attractive. You want the child to learn something. I think the argument is it would be a deterrent. So if a child felt his one argument is put forward that if a child felt that if they did something was wrong then they would be smacked they may therefore behave better to avoid the smack. Okay so but that that was the case if that if it would work that way than what we would see in the data would be that children who are physically punished obviating better than those who are not but we see the exact opposite and the evidence is really very clear so those children that are does he could physical punishments A more likely to exhibit those behaviors. That are winded. I think we had him in the background joining us. Hi there simon. Sorry about that. No problem no problem. I'm i was saying the i introduced. You is from a group that is against smacking bands. So do you want to outline what your position is all smacking. I mean we think it should be up to parents. And there's a line in this Study which said that and parents are not receiving on not believing the message. that The campaign would would like them to believe that that snacking is is harmful and useless. And there's a reason for that and that's their own experience and now i mean these stories around by once every six months Dr hywood first highland lisbeth gauche off of his others who have very clearly defined position which they're entitled to they leave stockings wrong. I think it should be outlawed. You know we get a new paper published and other round of headlines telling us that you know parents who smack terrible and the fact is that and people don't believe it because they know from their own experience People who were smart themselves as children by loving parents in strong relationships Who know that the they childhoods would not have been better if the parents have been criminalized for something as trivial as tapping them on the back of the hand on the back of the legs to to reinforce a lesson. We're getting lots of taxonomy. It might be worth responding to some of these simon's one hair. Though i'm just looking at says i did smack. It was always about losing control. It start when they were too big. It's horrid but it's true and that is one argument is put forward. Isn't it that if you smack. This is actually about a parent. Losing control is one argument and look. There's a lot that we can do to help parents and encourage them to use a range of techniques. But i would say is an an an this is respect for his. They can please. Don't patronize all parents by telling them that. They only have a snack because they lose control. This is part of. The problem is a view of a listener. Yes yes and. That's why kenny's account that's not draw from that the conclusion that that's what all parents do because it's not and you know parents use a range of options. Many parents don't smack. Many parents don't feel the need. Some parents find with one with with the one child. it's not necessary in with another child is occasionally necessary. It should be left up to parents because you know scientists marvelous and i can tell as many things but they can't tell us whether smacking should be a criminal offence and they've done that in scotland one of the first things to scottish government dig was to issue a leaflet saying if you see a parent smacking child down nine nine. A water colossal waste of time for the police and the authorities. You should be trying to help. Genuinely abused kids to be wasting their time. Investing investing family where. There's nothing wrong except that tap to a toddler on the back of the legs and terrifying for that family. That mother to face a police investigation over something like that. Because as you indicated you. Kate law is very clear that if a parent does anything which leaves any kind of mark anything more than transient reading of the skin. That's already illegal. And i think that most people think that's the right place to draw the line. North bringing trivial smacks within the ambit of the criminal law will. Let's bring on your back in on this on you. Don't speak to simon well we. We are not looking at the intentions of parents. That's not what we looked at. We looked at the outcomes for children and the data. Just disagree with you so we just see that children who have been physically punished. Have that increased risk of these behavioral difficulties. So it just doesn't work. It doesn't work and in the best case does nothing but in many cases it does So i don't know why. Why like a different view. I i don't know why Parents would want to continue with a practice. That doesn't work. And i think parents want to have that information and Previous generations didn't have that information but now we know now we have that evidence and now we can act on that and children deserve protection. They have the same protection from Hitting violence that adults have. Let me read you some text messages. That were coming in by all means. Do respond one here says from susan. I got the slip over the front desk for not knowing what nine times seven was a soon lent more tables and a love maths. I was seven years old. We need to in classrooms now for discipline so that people can learn john on the other hand says hitting children teaches them a lesson that use violence to get your way notre lesson. We should be teaching children. I wonder simon if you can see if i can be an alternative to smacking. If for example a child has been badly behaved. Would it be more appropriate to say. I'll take a device off you or you can't go to football club after school and she take things away so that they can think about the consequences of their actions rather than if they've just been hit it hurts and then they move on. Yeah of course. I mean just quickly say there are scientists who take a different view from from on your home and so it's not like all resigns is on one side on this and yes as i tried to indicate parents have good. Parents have a range of things that they can use to help. Bring their kids. Some of those good parents occasionally decide that tapping a child on the back of the hand is the right thing to do in a particular situation and you shouldn't make them criminal for doing that. We can't allow this sort of narrative that the parents who do that a bad parents that we we can't claim the sciences proved that it should be a criminal offence because science can't come prove that as say you look at the former president of the british psychological society me mci professor from can other people of the academics. You know what we'll take a different view of what the science tells you. Could you give us an example of when you think it would be appropriate for parent to smack a child because you set this up. See a range of tools available to parents. So when do you think it would be an appropriate incident smack child. I not depend to decide. But if a child takes something that belongs to another child if if that's something that the parent has been working on with a child or being explaining to them why you shouldn't do that The been trying to use a methods to try and help the child to understand that. That's that's you know. That's a bad thing to do to know the person that parrot mike conclude un's occasion. A new probably would tell them explain what's going to happen. Tapped on the back of the hand the give them hogan this experience of parents today and it's experience of us menu when we were kids of our own parents and so i come back to the point that we can have a difference of opinion about when a wet to smack or whether you should smack as all and that's that's a legitimate debate. We absolutely should encourage parents to be patient with their children to explain things to the children where they can understand to try and enter into the way their child sees the world so they might better understand. Why child behaves in a certain way There are lots of things that we can talk about very dangerous. Aging isn't the teaching in violence. If you if you hit them that they could then go and by taking where the mobile phone. i mean children and sony fast simon. That's theft is if you clearly say to somebody i'm going to take away your phone or your device because you can't use it tonight so you'll get it back tomorrow but you can't have it now because of this. That's not theft. Theft is permanent permanently taking away but oh you're not teaching somebody that if you don't get your own way. Violence is the way forward. Will if you're right about that then. Everyone of us who was smacked as a child should have turned into a violent odd. Who uses violence to get away but we didn't. We understood what are meant by it and we understood in hopefully in the context of a warm loving relationship. Look there are all kinds of problems. The families face today all kinds of pressures and yes. There are some parents who make some terrible decisions but what what annual hunger wants to do is she wants the criminal law to be brought to bear jamie good that she disagrees with some fans. Simon you asked people not to to talk on behalf of parents that you talk on behalf of annual kazan. Yours hit speak herself. But thanks for your time today. That simon that who suspects i be reasonable a group that campaigns against smacking bounds. Wheels ahead from dr annual. Your home and from ucla. Who's the lead author of that. Study lots of your messages coming in on this one here on eight. Four eight four four. I smacked my three girls on some occasions off to klay warnings for blatant defiance under the age of six it was extremely useful. Extra tool in parenting and i would advocate it. It must be done in conway and prevents escalation and improves future behaviour. I have a very close relationship with my daughters who are now in their thirties and penny has also got in touch with us. She says i'm not seventy six and deeply regrets that i often smacked my children. It caused a great deal of damage to our relationship. We now have a good report as friends and granny. But i so wish i could undo the hurt and lack of trust and emotional security. The i caused them. I was a single parent in the seventies with two small girls had left my daughter's father to his obese. The eldest was not an easy child. And i thought of her as naughty spent over thirty years working with people who were on the autistic spectrum and recognize that she probably has speeches is she was diagnosed with dpd and because she's a highly intelligent woman with asc. It wasn't picked up at the time. It took a long time for me to really knowledge. The damage i caused her. I don't entirely blame myself. As i was a single working. Mom with depression of felt alone and unsupported and in seventies people weren't shocked at smacking children since then with counseling education and listening to my girls penny. Thank you so much for being really honest there with your experiences and dickie them coming on social media. We are at bbc woman's hour now. Are you familiar with term. Purity culture is a lifestyle that discourages dating and promotes virginity. Before marriage. purity culture can be found across. All religions by men and women are expected to remain sexually pure but advocates of extreme observance advised women to be submissive. Why speak to chew young women chrissy on katiba about their experiences. I ca- tika told me how she would define purity culture. I never would define it as a culture that puts the blame on women for men's the men's desires. A lot of purity culture in itself is kind of defined. mainly i think through. American culture is through evangelical. I think that's where the term actually originated. But i think a lot of the ideas they go into. That are upstanding from sex marriage. often dressing modestly And things like that. But i think with that you can bring purity culture into mud Cultures and societies. Rather than i think sometimes just seeing it as with those two definitions maybe even devoting their lives to god or something is stopping it from being seen in a lot of different cultures at the chrissy. What is it. What's the the gender aspects and the way that frame kind of women as responsible. I think is really central and i think in this former. It's where kind of relationships and sex marriage become an overwhelming point of focus within their religious context So this idea of sexual purity becomes a massive deal not having sex becomes the most important thing. Someone's life so because he mentioned the kind of abstinence until marriage that sexual ethic and i think with imperial jer it takes ethic which is quite common in lieu of religions especially christianity and it takes on builds. Lots of different cultural practices around it So you have things like people wearing purity rings the symbolic of waiting until marriage or signing pledges in america you had things like purity bowls rallies were people would attend and make these pledges by. I think more broadly. It's the kind of underlying idea of sexual purity that becomes a really central and kind of really overwhelming point focus. Someone's life safety. You chrissy when you were growing up. Give of the things that what were you told. So i think in the british four-month period to coacher is a lot more muted. So i never signed a purity pledge boring but i was definitely told to wait until my interest actually quite common in christian communities but though a wide messages around kind of women's bodies being inherently sexual and women being responsible for kind of 'gate-keeping male temptation so for example i was told things that boys will be boys manner very visual creatures kind of making them not very responsible for the behavior. I had friends who were told to cover up. The bodies implication being it was a risk for mayo temptation. Not even wearing provocative clothes. Just things like crop chop because it was it was a hot day And and things like. There's something called the billy graham bu which is A man would be alone with a woman who's not his wife And that was presented in different formats. Sometimes it was Being told to stay a certain physical distance away from someone of the other sex so for example the width of a bible. Stay the width of a bible away. So things that there are messages like that and kind of boundaries around male female relationships. I'm kind of grasping the boundaries To to enable this idea of sexual purity and for you ca- tika just give us some examples of your upbringing. What your parents told you about how you had to behave well i. I'm speaking from south asian immigrant perspective. So i definitely say that there are a lot of things that were quite clear. Were very different from american periods. For one thing you know you're not really supposed to hang out with boys at all when you're like at a certain age Especially growing up. You're not really supposed to have male friends. You're not ever really have a boyfriend It's mainly about maintaining the reputation of your family so a lot of the things i said My parents have to me. Actually were what will people say So certain things you couldn't do you shouldn't dress to modestly. You shouldn't i'm you know. Get hang out with boys in case someone sees you participating things that were seen as indecent even if they were just you know regular run of the mill. Things on my american friends redo would would be seen as like look down upon I was allowed to have received sexual education in middle school. But i know tons of south asians who were not unfortunately and indian culture and stuff doesn't like never talks about sex or even simple bodily processes like periods. You know like i. I wasn't really supposed to talk about my period and it was such a hush-hush conversation in my Family Which is just interesting. Because it's just something that you know. Every single biological female has to deal with but also incredibly difficult isn't it because it's it's quite confusing isn't it. When you start your periods and your to an age where your body is changing. How did that make you view yourself and view putting like when i i have my period. I had no idea what was happening. I thought i was like bleeding. It was very very scary experience at that moment and it just. I didn't know what was going on. So without having that sexual education before i was just so scared in that moment and then even afterwards it kind of felt like there was something wrong with my body like moving forward even like once they learned more about it always felt like something dirty something unclean and that does shape how i how viewed my body for a while like. I didn't really understand what was going on with me during during puberty as well so like it just makes you view your body in more you know unhealthy light it. Just you don't appreciate your body for doing the things it's meant to be doing you rather kind of resenting Low that maybe squashed all that. Isn't it lows your body. I just wanted chrissy. What about you. How did you use your yourself and your body. I do relate to that kind of being. You know thirteen fourteen when you're already having to go through puberty your body is changing and you're already as a woman having to deal with autumn realistic beauty centres as well So when you add to the mix messages swirling around about purity. Hauteur and women's bodies The start to char- value in a certain way. I think there was definitely this mind body realism. And the kind of there was a link between kind of bodies just inherently bad. I think particularly for female bodies Upon the notions that are naked. Body is bad. 'specially a woman's naked body not even if it's being seen by someone else in the knob itself so for me it was a it was a difficult relationship with my body and i think some of the the religious kind of messages around periodical chuck kind of contributed to that Just the level of shame about being an embodied person. I think was very difficult. And so what did that mean. Chrissy for your your idea of sex as you were growing up and as you became a young woman. What did you think about that. I think really it was seen as inherently negative within periodical is sex culture And it's seen as something that's everyone's just furiously trying to kind of delay or make sure you're not doing So within that context there isn't really space few to see it in a positive way And i know that Some people for example. Follow all of the rules. Wait until marriage and then have found themselves having difficulties with sex once they married because they've intern- lies of these messages. And i think that's really significant and indicated that The culture is very kind of sect negative. And how it's framed. What about you katina. How did you use sex issue with him. Well i viewed it as like a necessary evil. Almost especially growing up. Like you're not really told sexist something good. It's something that you do have children And it's something that. I knew that i would not participate in. If you know as a teen or child it was something just so look down upon. You know women who participated in sacks willingly. We're still seen as so i so in decent as on so dirty and It just it kind of a lot of it. I think comes from marriage as well. So it's like if you aren't a virgin when you're at the marrying age won't be you know mary to a nice guy Married off to a guy who's not that nice It wasn't something that i can take pleasure in. It was something that could be seen in a healthy i. It was just something that i had to just accept when i was of when i got married. Say what kind of long-term factors that had on you and your sex life. Well it definitely makes me have to unlearn a lot of things. Like i realized now that like i have these kind of first judgements about people or like women even You know even you can call it slut shaming first judgments of like. Oh seeing a woman constantly participating. It's acts and i a my immediate thought is like something bad. It's like oh this women's on a good woman or something but that's my first judgment about it and i have to realize like no said bach and rethink. Why like reexamined while you're thinking that way So i have been having to do a lot of learning. I have to say to myself. Participating in sex is not a bad thing. It's something that is part of a healthy lifestyle and it's you know it's not just a necessary evil. Well that was chrissy also heard from katina that she women who grew up in a purity culture now. The fashion industry has come under fire for its ethics for a long time. Today we talk about poverty. Wages child exploitation and environmental cost of fast fashion. But scroll back hundred and thirty years and the discussion was all about hats or be precise hats adorned with exotic feathers and in some cases whole dead birds it was all the rage for wealthy and working women and unsurprising had a devastating effect on bird populations that is until one woman. Emily williamson took the lead in trying to have the trade in feathers band on thursday. It'll be one hundred years since. The plumage act was passed and here to tell us about that. And emily williamson is becky spate. Who's the ceo of the irs. Morning there becky morning so tell us gives an insight into how much feathers were part of fashion back. Then yes so. It was big news so if you think about those huge picture hats that women used to wear in victorian times they will be literally covered in dead birds and feathers all died multitudes of colors and you know what kind of five million kind of birds being killed in america every year to kind of feed this obsession at one stage i think a ounce of egret feathers with worth twice was an ounce of gold was i mean it was this huge industry And it was kind of rich women wearing these very exotic birds and even poor women would wear kind of things like died stalling wings and so on which we find pretty abhorrent today. And that's partly because of the work of organizations like the s p b. We've changed our minds about how we feel. And and these women who were around at the foundation of the rsp including emily you kohls dot cools that change of heart. Well let's talk about emily 'cause she's an she's a woman he's always been lost to history. Very few people know much about her but she wasn't extraordinary. Woman says she was particularly keen on a bird called the crested. Gre- should really worried it was going to go. Extinct was sixty one birds at risk of extinction because of this trays. She wasn't allowed to join the british ornithological union because they were all men and women lateran and so. She started having gatherings at her house. Which was the society for the protection of birds and at the same time down in london one called allies phillips with meeting with another woman as lemon and they were kind of cool to the phoenix feather phuc and they doing similar work and they all came together to eventually get their royal charter. Become the rule society for the protection of birds and so it was the three of then really with the help of the duchess of portland. Who became the first president. Who really drove through. This is amazing piece of legislation which was came through one hundred years ago. Why did it take so long for the plymouth. to come through is best part of thirty years wasn't it. yeah well there were vested interests. It was a massive industry. You know lots of people making money out of this. That was part of the reason. I think it was delayed by the first world. War said that cools delays as well all sorts of frustrations along the way But its final kind of an emergence as an act really helped reduce the trae considerably. It didn't it didn't completely do everything they wanted it to do. Originally that help is appointed. I think at the time but actually it was the beginning of the end of that trade and hence the sixty one species saved from extinction basically and and that work is. The work we carry on. Today is interesting when you look at the time line. Emily was fighting for change in in protecting birds but it was also a time when women were fighting for the right to vote. I guess it's just another example of women making their voices heard absolutely but interestingly at lemmon one of the leaders for the pb was very anti suffrage from a very conservative ranch. Didn't think suffrage was a good idea. But of course in the meantime she was speaking at this whole movement. And i think one of the things that they did do. They learned from some of the sort of suffrage at tactics. They thought that campaigning. Which finally got the axe through was much more kind of in your face than it had been in the past. They look for some of these tactics. They used to hire men to walk with sandwich. Boards telling the terrible story of the debt that these beautiful birds and that really helped propel the act Into success i think so. He'll be learned from these tactics and looking at the things that the rsvp is working on today. What are the real threats right now. The threats to kind of birds now our costs much more complex me understand the much more say things like climate change causing actions in food and habitat things like kind of intensive agriculture policy. Kind of driving. Loss of land birds Pollution and pesticide. Use you just human development. There are all these factors working against birds now and we know we've lost forty million birds in the uk over the last fifty years so the trajectories not good but we do know what we have to do in order to improve things which is to tackle climate change and to kind of generate more nature to weld ready which means changes to our our economy and our agricultural systems at a at a top level but also changes to protect threatened. Species like the curly for example in the uk at the moment so working at that individual as well. Becky is great to species. Thank you so much for your time today. Becky spay the who's the ceo of the pb. 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why you should build vision board | motivation in hindi

Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

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why you should build vision board | motivation in hindi

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Ep 20 Druids and Demigods

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1:01:15 hr | 2 months ago

Ep 20 Druids and Demigods

"It it is the very first feast of six three armies of these two armies of wood elves one army of drought six days of feasting to celebrate the six armies slaying the scarlet warlord routings serpent poke armies from the glass and preventing his corruption of the weekend. Nexus glass bail has suffered considerable damage from the serpent occupation and the serpent folks city of sins and has been raised. The victoria soldiers have returned to the whole were those not fit for combat. Have already begun celebration. The city of the whole built in wartime by refugees cannot easily hold so many forsaking tencent. Lodges tables are dragged out into the streets cushions and blankets are laid out on the ground as if the entire city is one great makeshift benguet horror. He saw talk of returning to their ancestral homes in glasgow rebuilding of how they will honor their wood elf and how allies in story zico sits with her clan. Her karas her siblings. Both by blood and by sentiment surround her by the dozens some saying but some like sika still feel too strongly. The paul of wars her father a powerful druid will never see his home in. Glass fail again. He has lost his sight to serve full poison and her mother never returned from the only her cudgel was with the sun is setting on the fifth day of celebration and all at once a glow washes over the throngs of people both green and purple light soldiers and civilian turn their eyes upward. Where a huge ethereal creature. Half stag and half'do canters across the sky is on solid ground. The progenitor voice seems to fill the minds of all who see yes victory. C. savers weekly related as forest reclaims. This heart has grown faint. My mom's your heart. Our our draw circles around forest to future tiny seed for has happened before that tiny cannon ground to split my arms your arms heart gone with the word. Still echoing inside. Everyone's heads the progenitor turns into a thin line of light that flashes and then disappears. Zeke feels a hand on her shoulder and looks up at her father's face somehow. A tear has been forced out of his ruined. Is he says the word that is on the lips of every east saw in attendance nexus the nexus it was always suggested that the purpose of the e saga protect the nexus for anyone who would corrupt it attempt to harness it for some personal use. Long has the order the green i preached as much. What now no longer suggestion. Welcome welcome welcome. We are the architects of entropy. And this is episode. Twenty eddy merckx. Well along our way here. So we are continuing our solo adventures of our party tonight. We'll be concentrating. On zeke. hard water. Are esau druid as she is going to do her next day activity this episode one before it in the one after it will take place at basically at the same time on the same day in different parts of now shar with each of our characters doing something that they either intended to do or got swept into or something so your characters will have no idea what is going on with the other people you just have your own little world so this is your time to shine and show everybody. Where all about kevin. How are you feeling about soloing tonight Feel alright no mostly. It'll be an endurance trial for my terrible scottish accent. So we'll see how that goes speaking of your accent. Your accident actually didn't appear until i think like episode four which is which was perfectly fine because you know our first. Three episodes were all recorded on the same day and we had zero idea what we were doing so work in progress. Yes yes so. How would you say your characters evolving in other ways like me less like mechanically more. Like you know zeke herself what you wanted to do. As opposed to what. You're doing a feel like zeka has to can all always had a bit of Understanding of you know sort of the gravitas that is in the world you know. She grew up in wartime and coming here to maushire was kind of almost a leo exploration for her where. She's now discovering. You know there's still conflict in the world after war which doesn't really i don't think really surprises her. But now this is the first time where she's having an ability to actually fight in the conflict because she was too young before in luxembourg. She is kind of discovering her strength. I feel like she's maybe even getting a little bit Maybe a little bit even cocky. Just because everything has has she's been successful in all the fights she's phallic she's had a hand in those fights pretty well and she personally hasn't like ever like you're gone down or anything so i feel like she probably has a pretty strong faith in her own abilities right now and we'll see how long that lasts you know as the various stakes rise and the challenges are fire if She developed more of a sense of humility or if she continues to be very Happy go lucky and carefree it as she is fighting things that could kill her. Yeah and like you said. In many of the combats you have noted that she has been on like a sliver of hip points and is in most of the combat has gone down to less than five hit points but then that that happens in like the first round and then all of the rounds after that she just happens to be missed so she feels she is lucky or blessed. There you go a little Lessons of the fe so now that it appears that the maushire section of our game is drawing to a close things either as a player as an architect creator. Would you like to see that. We haven't seen yet. I think there is a lot of interesting things over in the if i remembering the map correctly. It's to the north. West of there is a silver birch grove. That is very um fe touched yet. And that's right. Next to the swamps where the mushroom folk live. I think there's a lot of interesting stuff over there. I'm also curious to see if we have more ability to open up and Viz the drought the drought. That we kinda came up with are not necessarily your classic kind of evil. Slavers think they're a bit of a different shade of drought. There's a part of me that because we never really flush out exactly what it is. But we hinted that the dwyer gar may have uncovered something or or dug so deep that they found something pretty awful and i am curious as a player to know what that is. Yes no and yes yeah. There's a lot of things out there but that silver birch grove is something that mj developed and there are fey creatures in that. I don't know what their relationship to the progenitor or the famous on the other side of even if there would be when faye you know there's lots of different fe. There's lots of different indian. Everyone of defines it slightly differently in different mythologies and stories of what the fe are. But i think these days the popular fiction aspect of them is that people really settle more on the kind of creepy worldliness. But yeah that you know we've defined that in our game so right well as it stuff that i think we can define more as we go along because part of the story. I know that progenitor. Is i believe according to the lord that was originally written a progenitor was an. I don't know if we want to say this on here or not. I feel free to edit out. If i think it spoiler but he was created. Says you've created by the nexus right. Yes that's he added the. That's that's kind of what it was that the the the nexus i. I don't know how clearly it was really defined what the nature of it was but that the next is created the progenitor and the progenitor is therefore a kind of protector of the nexus. Those may be some sort of a symbiotic relationship or something like that. That's the way i read it to. I felt like the progenitor woke up looked around sauce some weasels and was like hell. I liked them. Let's make my people them. Have you thought of that. There are other races or or beings in their of these weep Yeah we had kind of some degree of limitations when we were creating because we're using the World creation system. But i'm sure it's it's a very much. The whole woods around. There are very much under the influence of this. Nexus and so i'm sure there are other things that are i don't know it may be. There's whole other races or even just just unusual say creatures magical animals things like that. There's a lot of face stuff in the north and there's giants there's you know these fascist roman empire guys that you've been dealing with them. Let us flash to the next day. This is the day after the emergency council meeting day. That's you have decided to split up and prepare for war. There is a massive troops coming to the city. They may or may not all be dead by the time they get here. You definitely haven't given the impression that infection is running through their actively. You don't know what's coming your way but either way something is coming so zeka was going to go to bail maushire and tell the chieftains what was going on. By the time you get up razor and kiernan are gone will tell you that razor got summoned to the temple. And he's not sure we're curious but cured him and hub do not appear to be in the tavern at this point. So what do you do. I think it's probably useful at this point to make sure that the other dog in the city know what's going on. So i'm going to see if i can get an audience with the chieftains in get them in the loop. Let them know what's going on inside and outside the city. Yes so you head over to bel mel shar and it's kind of an average day there though ever since the whole sinkhole affair with dren happened. It's been kind of a different place. It's not as jovial are much smaller but there are still fees. Harding is a little bit less hardy. But it still. I mean they're still. They're not going to change. But there's a lot of talk and when you appear on the scene here immediately have a whole bunch of isaq just running to you. Uh because he can. What's what's going on. What's the what's going on. Yes so tell us what's going on condo new like to talk to the chieftains have possible. It's some big things going on. I think you could Direct me to who. I need to get into chieftains again. Just go get it. Go get the chief of the james zorba trooper quarter girls where it's a serpent people all right So a lot of people. Yeah so after a few minutes you are brought into this glade. Kind of in the center of bel mel sharp. It's a place you may have seen before you may not but this is a picturesque clearing where the chieftains come out. And there's face enough where all the you saw could potentially spread around outside even in the trees or popping up from underground just to get the word from the chieftain and you will see three figures. And i will have these figures. Describe themselves as they come in. So let's first start with jillian. Hello this is rina fair when she is an esl or she's a later isa sort of a pale brown. She is currently sitting at the traditional coast and watching eros she has twinkly is and a happy look looks chieftain all right. So mock is standing amongst the group of others of his race use large species and dr in kind of furry he he looks for all the world like a slew wrestler. Whose on not far in davis career. Probably take some bumps. But you shouldn't do that as people come in. He is teaching some gambling's how to fight this loose dave's he looks up as people come in clearly. Probably a hurry and Thank you john. John is the new voice to our show here. So we welcome you and the third to figure is sitting on a rock off to the side. He appears to be holding an audience with a group of ducklings this having an intense conversation with some ducks he has dark. I with of gray in its. He is a nissan or a small legs. Zeke us he is wearing a cloak and a suit of the spirit claims material. He has a large oaken staff. That is almost like a live. It's got leaves and flowers and stuff on it like it's a living tree but it is a staff in. He did kind of holding it absent minded way at his side. His name is tallow swift breeze. And he is the arch druid. He is fairly old but he is still pretty sharp. So as viga comes in. She can't help the trail about a dozen or so we saw behind her. And then as this whole thing is there more and more isaq pop up out of holes in trees and run into push each other down and trying to get in front of each other would be the most adorable thing i've ever seen cook just. I still have a hard time. Picturing them at a pitched battle with snake people just ripping each other apart. But then again you'd legal like well. Mongoose gets a hold of snake. It's not pretty it ceases. Being cute gets really scares weasels predators. So they are and they are bad ass in their own way but when they're all this kind of by themselves they're very cute deceptive. Stay with wild animals. People why we have. That's why we have hammocks already. But in this case these are people. So as he could step forward arch droid will turn away from his ducklings kind of put his head up and we three to approach. Thank you thank you. so much I greatly appreciate you taking the time to listen to me. I'll tell you to be brief a hud. The love yesterday up and over to the council meeting here in the city amal chartres and cheesy things in the city and out. I felt it why to make you aware of it. I didn't see any soft bar other than myself. And i just wanted you to be able to make decisions for yourselves. In residents of the city. May i proceed. Thank you very much. Well split was the biggest issue. There lies outside the city itself so one of the biggest issues that is a force that by some estimates may be up to five thousand strong allegiance cloudy and soldiers that are well. They intend to lay siege to the city to make it part of the cloudy and empire. Their leader lies captured inside. He's dungeons of the temple of the forage but without any orders to do otherwise they are set to come to the city. Wage siege thought being just one of the things going on cars. There's also more as you're already aware of the strange sickness that has come about the has much to cell phone too. Many of the residents of the city although seems ourselves have been slightly less directly affected by. But there's some concern that perhaps this disease has taken root within these legion soldiers itself and it might be allegiant accordions and it might be a legion of zombies. We don't rightly know either way. It doesn't bode well. And there's any likelihood that some of the soldiers or some of these. I should say this disease could be within our city l. anywhere and whilst it doesn't seem to be affecting us directly it will certainly affect us indirectly and well something else thought. You should be aware of as thought. The shadow consortium has been elected onto the city council. But they're pledging their efforts to benefit the city going forward through the siege on afterwards it is a trial basis. So they'll be on the council butts. They seem to have quite a bit of support. I think that's all the boxes. All right i tell me that. There's a lesion second zombies about a try to march through the city. I cer- and look at your. I don't like it at all. That is the backyard. Coolest thing i got heard all day. It's not cool. it's terrifying and it's her own. Did you bring us any cata- well Dependent on your look. It could be a good news that the shadow consortiums on the council i suppose but so not even a pd so good news from all outside. They're afraid to it. Looks rather bleak. If i'm honest so zombies sounds pretty straightforward to me. What is it. The zombies watt so that you're not bringing what now they seem fairly leanness. They don't seem to have any stated purpose other than to destroy and create more themselves which they do by in law and scratching and spreading their filth thanking gotcha lookout. Do you want to get to net. Then we go out there that come here. I'd rather go out there. Until tell word radical. I have a feeling you're going to tell me anyways. And they're yar y- against going back to the glass would against why the hell would we go all the way back. This is all because they are home. We already have a home. It's we're all feeds all can pick up things. I don't want to pick up my doubts. Things down things right where they are already to fight. Zombies here doesn't seem like arguments but he can do about the little ones zoo. We're going to put them somewhere safe while we go out to take care of all. These are so much sweat. God if you're saying that beckett woods and echinacea much luck great. This is our whole platter are home from us one back to the woods. A us laugh not affect zombies. Follow the lid in thorough thing is to go eat delivers. Brady's with all. Due respect chief serena e saw seemed to be immune to this disease i share. That's the first thing you've been telling me all this tiny of in the best news. I apologize. I got caught up in. The excitement of there was a lot of news in apologized for not bringing that up sooner but it is true we are best. I can tell i've been around fighting. These things knows ever combined with husband scratched and bit taken. Keira cincy appear. Well i been figuring all this stuff out like tonight. We fought some of these these. I suppose we were about when this plot was discovered with the legion side whole bit of politics with the legged of the cloudy and army and had this ding dong with the temple master. But that's all deflated now and she's in their prisons but i was better when the news came about and i saw a friend of mine come with his illness and the same bottle that i was bitten in afflicted that her or something better or better spent a good news to a thank you. They're they're doing well. They're spec in fighting farm. I think actions the vertically. We go fight the sums. Neil that's what we're gonna do. I don't know how long you've been living here in bowel mall shar chieftains foots. I come from allies fail. That was the last place. I resided before i came out here. And the the damage of war still heavy on the city heavy on the woods. Now i don't know if it's such a good idea to rush right into war but we just fought for how many years my whole life we fought against the serpent folks and we didn't retreat. We didn't give up and don't like the president would set if we run now all due respect chieftains it'll be more proven to get into sites what it'd be more food kind of dancing speaking now. I don't think i'd be much use. And i think most of me proud and folk would be three in with night when we were in our wars against the serpent folk. We were beat back biting on our own but then we had the generous help of the windows of the drill would not fight alone. we'd be fighting alongside the other residents of malchow fighting alongside. The shadow consortium which is strange. Admit howland full. Width thoughts asserted full for as long as he did on. Music is not gonna be that much worse and if this on biz we gotta keep our home and you see me be affected now just you. Or that have been childhood. Companion saguy fought alongside us and she's is a federal as far as a reaction from the e saad. That seems to be almost kind of split down the middle between the people who seem to be up for a fight and the people who seem to be you know. Let's bail out of here and and way for this all to blow over. So at this point he arch druid rises from his rock catterson ducklings about posts up on his hash gosh to speak in hushed holes. You know this is what happens when the chieftains can't see eye to the opportunity to step in and the oxford is not particularly a fan of doing this but it is his job he was much rather just kinda see after nature and make sure. Everything's okay but well peers loggerhead and there are good arguments to be made on either side of this map. That's the case. It is true that are true. Home has always been the glass woods with the progenitor and their wisdom thought that to create us guard it. But he's also in our nature to walk launder learn more about the world around us and find homes where we may showers is been our home for many years. That's true many of the big lou still don't know what to make of us and give us kind of birth but to be fair. We are different. They're not like them. We come from another place different rules and different traditions. All in all i can say we have existed in some harmony with big for a long time but there are many little folk here. There are many old folk. Here there are many people here who are not fighters many people here who might not share Muck featherstone's joy in the fighting these ambi- and i have examined. The wounds of those who have been bitten has looked in. The body of poor. Dron was also ravaged by these be sufficient is true it does appear that these infection mice not favor us is also true that the transformation if you are infected doesn't happen until you die. Those bitten and died of natural causes like still rights and spread this mary. Dangerous illness is not the usual kind of depth. That we see. I don't know much about the healing arts. But i do know otherworldliness when i see it and i have looked upon this infection and does not show the marks of nature. It's shows something somewhere else. And i believe has the ability to change progress. Perhaps even evolve. What is true. It looks like we might be immune to this disease now but the more different kind of focuses exposed to who knows what may happen. I can say in these issues. I am called traditionally to make a decision. That as i said there are good arguments on either side does want to run away from a fight but we also don't feel we can win might not be so thorough in something else maybe something that might sway you one side or the other. Since the time of the war the nexus the greets of fe energies that exists in the hardest glass was was weakened by the war corrupted that weakened the progenitor as well that we can to connection at the fair in this world and that does also caused instability. You see we are of the face. We are also of this world. We have the perspective knowing that the is not something you can control is not good. It is not evil but he's unpredictable as can be dangerous now. It is true that the eldest did come to our aid in the war. They did have their own ends as well. They came here. Following the nexus and things to get out of hand they would have stepped in and perhaps even destroyed it. What i'm getting at is that's fair is within the city. I believe some kind of hair or untaintedness of phase energy. That has been unleashed and don't know what it is what its purposes here. But i do know that if used properly as could be a help or hindrance in this time and as fake creatures ourselves i believe it is in our nature to protect in explore these things for more destructive forces come in all the best intention the may attack it who knows what will happen might weaken their forces before this might weaken the city from within. There might be something there that can help us some kind of weapon or or force you can use. So i say we send our champion there to take a look see what it is report facts and it's good that you agree because z. Guy named us champion champion. the bel mel shaw. Send you to take a look at this thing. Tell us what it is. Thank you are jude. I am honored. I will do as you ask. Tell me what i need to know. And i'll be on my way all right. Well this is where it gets a little bit interesting to know how familiar you are with the city but share map here on your screen and This yes it's a fine map. We have older faintest finished technology here. He does actually produce drawn map of the city. and i. it's it's pretty accurate as to the makeup of the city. Right now the different districts and he points up to an area. You've been near in the path back a couple of times the university district which is right in front of the council district directly next to council heights. There are several different learning institutions in university district and one of them is a college arcane studies. That is one of the foremost wizard being schools. In this world there are other places here and there but this is probably the most accredited and thereby Pretty well thought of and the grounds of wizards college. There's a glade with reflecting pool. I've seen it's a nice little area feels a little manufactured but you know you know. And he's there. I believe that. I have felt this pool of the face. I have not had the opportunity to look at it myself these days. I don't get across town as much as i used to. But i need you to go there and see what's going on and try to let the elves notre to hives run that college so Rely on your discretion. Once to get their absolutely. I will do that great way. I'll go there investigate. The reflecting pool on c. Can find an fail you. I know you good last. I see to it. That judge fekete ice are already so you know that. Now you have the ability to move back and forth the upper and lower halves without really being hassled at the splint enough people to know you are even so you have your ways of getting places if you're going straight there you shouldn't have any trouble getting to the university district's about you know when you get closer and how about you tell me what you're gonna do. I will make my way over there. And i kinda want to walk around a bit. I like scouted out from you know park benches or whatever there is i'll find the reflecting pool and then find some place to sit nearby to keep an eye on it see if there are people that hang out near it just kind of get the lay of the land. I should probably do that till Probably until dark. I keep an eye on it until dark. Okay you have no problem getting across town get to the university district and as you look around you see. There's a number of different buildings. There is even an area that is off to the side of this really nice grassy area. There's this odd little like swampy area. That's just kinda there and out of it. There is giant mushroom buildings. And you know that. This is probably one of the libraries of michael logs. Which are well. You can tell us a little bit. The michael really talk about them as pointer. Yeah so they're just your typical mushroom people really not much but now they're kind of a sentient. Fungi usually bipedal although like front guy in the real world. there are a wide variety of forms. That they take there are some. That are a little amphibious. There are some. That are more geared toward climbing or some that don't have legs at all all the various kinds of mushrooms you can think of. It makes up their general forms. They tend to prefer damp swampy areas and a personality wise. If you were gonna generalize of course everybody's an individual. If you were going to generalize about mike logs. They tend to be very contemplative. They love learning their city which is up in the northwest. Call the cauldron. They have the largest library in the known world and they are very given to learning. They like exploring. They generally make good diplomats speak. They're very thoughtful in their fiefs. Generally think before they talk and they like to put a lot of thought interesting before acting rather interesting group of people. Think maybe because i'm biased. Because i created them but they're very cool and undoubtedly at some point. We'll see a morobe. There is a district have in the lower half that right now i a name fungus town which. I'm pretty sure it's probably not really what it's called. That's what the showers town to the university district. I thought appropriate. They had one. Librarian saying yeah. Absolutely it makes sense as you scoop the place out. You'll see that. The college of arcane studies is basically a large wizard's tower. That is like right on the edge of the wall that separates the council district from the lewke. The massive irelander castle that Is kind of fortress of the city but mostly serves kind of a ceremonial purpose. At this point as you walk around you'll notice that the university buildings and areas have their own thing going on their schools of science or schools of engineering. There's all different kinds of things but the college of arcane studies is fairly tucked back. And there's a lot of trees around it as you look around. You see that there is a small wooded glade and occasional you do see armored elden soldiers that periodically walk around. Why don't you give me just a general perception. That is a sixteen hanging out there for a while kind of watching the place. You will notice that you've really seen anybody around the glade with reflecting pond us and you notice that when you see these guards. They appear to be walking in a very deliberate pattern. That's their demeanor. Everything just seems exactly the same walk in exactly the same path every time. So being there for awhile while you'll watching the going around in a big circle around the the glade there are a bunch of them in there walking around the school grounds but it's pretty easy to evade them. You likely be watch them to see him for a minute. You realize they're walking a very predictable pattern down to the letter which is kind of odd for else guarding a university. Yes but you almost say like okay. Well sue like they're on alert but they're not paying attention at the same time they're just like kind of looking straight ahead thousand yard stare walking around that same circle and at one point somebody comes out of the university and crosses paths with almost crashes straight into them and they don't even appear to notice them they just keep walking but the area of that glade. You don't see anyone getting near it so you're hanging around there till it gets dark. She'll star okay like when you know. Most of the students in teachers will have gone home for the night. Or whatever. Okay so you're there for a while. And i can tell you this. It's really easy for you to find a place to hide because no one seems to be paying attention to you and you realize hours and hours and it's the same guards the same people and as you watched them move around notice that they are faced walking in the same pattern but you notice that tear tears falling from their eyes and they have the sunken look like say. You walked around in a circle for an entire day without stopping almost like they're being held up by puppets strains almost like just kind of life they should be exhaustive and they probably are but they just can't stop doing what they're doing. It is very very strange. Sort of as something exerting some sort of magical control over them in quite possible that that is the case. Actually you can make me on our qena role I actually have that guy That's a fifteen it's definitely caused by some kind of magical effect. They shouldn't even be able to walk at this point. It should be dead on their feet so he could stark. I'm going to sneak over to the what i assume it's the reflecting pool. Who into the glade. Once you bring this tree line on the outside of it. It's probably like a few hundred diameters huge. But it's a very deliberate. It's like somebody made a wooded glade and then put brown so probably didn't really belong here it might have just been magically grown here this year or just landscape to really was nice though so you approach and as you get closer you see the pool. There's light coming from it. The area's lit up. And there's no normal light here but it does appear that the pool itself is shimmering with this kind of purplish haze almost are their animals around or is it like one of those things that oddly devoid of animal life Gimme another perception. that is an eighteen. Okay so yeah you notice. There's no sound of birds or animals in here. You look around nearly can't be ambles. Anglesey hear anything at one point. You almost don't catch you see a tree. There is a bird in the tree. That is just standing there. It's rosen and oppose and then you look around and there's a squirrel just sitting there frozen in oppose like they're just like to help. It's definitely very strain. This area does give very next to see failing. I don't know if zeke has actually seen the nexus probably not but it's that kind of strange like over for on the back of my neck standing up kind of feeling. Yes so i will cast speak with animals and see if the squirrel can talk or if they're that paralyzed okay. So you friend and it's is turned to you and it chitter is weekly sleep. I'm tired i what happened to you. Who who is he as he and the walter turn man paper man and then he just kind of fades. I'm going to i guess i am. I'll be back to the squirrel. And then i'm going to go and approach the pond get as close to it as i can see if i can see any paper thin men right so as you approach. The reflecting pond definitely is very strange. It's definitely not a normal thing. And as you look the hayes starts to swirl around the middle of it and coalesce and then as it does see reams of paper start appearing in the mist and they float around and becomes like this paper tornado out of nowhere and then it dies down as the paper whirlwind slows. Down in the paper bloats off as it descends. It floats off and then just kind of disappears as it leaves the reflecting pond like this a theory on paper and it reveals a form of a person. The person is probably close to seven feet. Tall incredibly thin. It's wearing a black suit. Very kind of unusual sue it's very tight fitted but there're like creases in it. They're very odd. He has this jacket. It's kind of like a doublet. But it's very odd looking and it has a strange cravat around its neck but it just kinda goes down like one solid piece of the silken material in the middle of it and as you look at it. It's hands are stark white and the tips of its fingers are black. It looks like someone who has been writing with penny or like a hundred years and as you look you see. It's skin that skin is not skin. It's like it's parchment. Skin is like literally made of parchment. And as you see him kind of fade into reality he has a long thin face. That's also made a paper and you see fate writing. That appears on his face and on his skin. Kind of like rights and then disappears and rights and disappears and can't really make out what the words are. They just moved so quickly and he wears a wooden crowned a very small wooden crown. That seems to be made of quills of lick writing quills and it goes in that very kind of other worldly they were just kinda shoots off into nowhere it opens its eyes and his eyes are solid black inky black and it's smiles your eyes who've had to learn about the spill or take care of magical energies it's a horse inches away sorry support union this is very interested in i say you that's keeping these folks walking around him and make ni we animals stop movin he blinks and the animals just bolt out of here they come back life vanished each or about descriptions. I've never seen this hair. Bearing important property or else on learning in their new have services in this our stories fly self will become the all those who fights read to you the story or you tell the story find the story star. How long you been here in love. This is stuart pages looking for love story coming of age story or hero's journey. Did you open the door or did you merely come through it this long. S oh airy powerful love or all. This was broke the story then he characters. I was sent here to see if we can use this source of energy source of power if it can be used in the coming basel very entertaining hearts and minds and the soul of the city. Oh who is in this race. I am a people that protects such things so of boston's of power of of discreet fe or modulate. Nargis might people protect these things. We do not allow them to fall into the hands. We are starts in that in the wrong hands. They could bring about terrible terrible things on this world and we won't to know if it's something that we can use to defend ourselves. I've not what they store. This perhaps hard creation aggregations is but suppose is that people in this world very honest means this was a heart. Verleger is to meet all bieber. Chris i should like to see the peace. Love him folk of this tone be able to defend themselves from those with the press them very well steph was off this one darkness soils i. It's must perhaps heroes lose off. That's i don't allow that story very much tall wrought if it means. This city is destroyed. The search search. I wanted to live aid over it. Who will see her to read it if we all die and when you say that he just kind of stops until already doe this story and then he kind of furrows his weird paper brow of. Let's all i know in puck summation of our number. They know approximation of their strength. We don't know their form. I don't know if that our life who know if they're in the grips of on death where they are hush disease field. This is esther aged blockbuster the for highs story to become part of this now. There's an interesting story isn't it. When writer descends down into the story. That's when you haven't read have you i. As his conversations be going on you have noticed that words right on his skin and as he starts going in this line of query the writing gets more and more furious and fast and crazy harmed the story and he looks over to you and and banish my as you hear a sound out too far and the funk a hits the ground in exhaustion and yeah second year okay here snoring. Wouldn't he's asleep. I will beat a hasty retreat and honor to be caught near here. So yeah that was prince story. That was on weird fake creature that you have now met interesting. Did you break him. Is he gonna really come back. Who knows but you know right now that that door is very very unsafe place. Yes unstable unpredictable. Thing all right so you make your way back to male meltzer through chieftains of got some news about who look like. You've seen the most incredible thing. And i don't know rightly effects. Good news or bad news at something. I never seen before in ways. For few people have seen a vegan creature omega paper and words louis opposed reflecting pool and he calls himself the prince's story. Fat that word here. Some gaffes in the crop was very old. You saw it called itself princip story. I shine some story. Aside saw several times. Believe you've met an arch face very dangerous being not aware of story but there are many princes. They generally focus on one thing one aspect of reality and they're very dangerous. What did he do. It seemed intent on the rate in the story died so around us. The the world story of the safety of the the bottles of art to comb on it said it came out through door Adored that it said went directly to the faith. It didn't know it was a place. The place that leads to a fair here on. He knew that. Because you know fucking know that know. There's no need for the for the fact that when it comes to the face. It's kind of his thing he's established thing and it's fucking to. My knowledge has never been kind of tear like that too as in this place. There's never been extended was new. Said it was something that only recently come about. It seemed to be intent on being an impartial observer but last if it would help us seem to be bothered confused when i suggested that it become part of the story that it was telling i laughed through sometimes from what i understand these beings they have agendas drives are very hard to understand. They're very underworld with creatures. But sometimes sometimes people can put a fought in the head of an arch phase. That will spin it out. Send it back core confusing. It's not easy to do but you might have fallen on lasted into this being as opposed to some kind of impartial observer. The idea that she in part of the story might have just spun it out. Don't ludo may come back. But i can tell you this. We cannot leave the city without door. Open there others in the city that might attempt to use it or attempt to destroy it either way. They should not be trusted with it. Be protected should. I don't think we'll have a choice in the matter. So lena's your opinion changed on the leaving. I guess it has marker you. Still of the mind stadium defendant. I his own regardless of whether fairy door here this has always been very grew up. We're we want our young minced grow up. I ain't gonna let it be taken over by some factors. Zombies could stop it. Decided he suckled stay will defend the city. Protect the fairy door fields. That there's a safe way to deal with it. In the meantime zepa for you leave. I want you to detail everything as much as he can. Remember as clearly as you can. Then i can maybe figure out i but i know one thing for sure before this night is out. We need to feast. I myself now. You're speaking my language and literally within seconds minutes. A feast decent fifty. Maybe six out of ten enough now. Let's know everybody out listening. Let's role play out me telling these people all the things that we're told me step for step word for word he's gonna listen. Listen this and just write it down but that is where we will leave our story for. Tonight's as iga has found something. Something do something that could be a or bane. but it's definitely something that the saga must protect. In light of this new knowledge in light of all that has transpired. You feel a renewed sense of purpose and vigor and you are now fourth level and the arch druid. We'll say. I think i might have something for you. That will help you. And then i would like you to come up with a minor magic item. It could be a weapon could be armor. It could be something in the plus one variety magic item. Then we'll figure out what that is. We're all to get back together. You know you can all show off your shiny new educates. Thank you jillian. Thank you thank you. Jillian and john for and doing second great job. It's awesome other than that. We will close this chapter of our story and we will see you all in two weeks for the story of kiernan. What's going to happen to kunin. Who knows i mean what could who knows. I don't know i'm still not sure so. We'll see you in two weeks. Thanks for listening everyone. You can follow architects of entropy on facebook. You can also email us at enter pod at g mail dot com that's entropy pod at gmail dot com. Thanks for listening

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Planes, Trains And Automobiles (Stocks To Watch)

Wall Street Breakfast

11:53 min | 2 years ago

Planes, Trains And Automobiles (Stocks To Watch)

"Welcome to seeking alpha stocks to watch wall street breakfasts weekend edition. Our news teams weekend preview of upcoming. I._p._o.'s earnings reports conference presentations investor days f._d._a. Decisions barons mentions and other key events that could impact stocks to set you up for the week ahead in the markets subscribe up to this podcast on apple podcast google podcasts spotify stitcher. Today is september first and i'm your host renewable. We begin with a breakdown of the week ahead. Ahead from seeking alpha's news team investors get to recharge for three day weekend before coming back to a sizeable slate of notable corporate events investor meetings and conferences france's scheduled for the week cover insurance retail tech and all things transportation lululemon and slack are two of the more interesting earnings reports for the week while we expect some more volatility around game stop when it spills numbers on the macro front the august jobs report rolls in at the end of the week economist forecast one hundred and fifty five thousand non-farm job ads for the month versus one hundred sixty four thousand in july although several estimates turned in at the end of the week landed on the lower side hurricane dorian will be a major event in the u._s. at the beginning of the week and could impact trading on insurers reinsurers and energy players in earnings news cooper software reports on september third slack technologies palo alto networks mongo d._b. Cloudera and pivotal software report report on the fourth lulu the mon- docu sign signet jewelers zoom video and game stop report on the fifth and brady reports earnings on september six look for seeking alpha's earnings calendar far complete list of earnings reporters highlighting lululemon quarterly report. The company's strolls into the earnings confessional was shares shares up fifty one percent why t._d. Bank of america merrill lynch expects another beat and raised quarter out of luhrmann. The firm sees lulu generating cue you too same store sales growth of twelve percent versus lulus guidance for a low double digit rate of ninety. One cents is anticipated versus eighty nine nine cents consensus a strong full year comparable sales guide is also expected as lululemon benefits from the direct to consumer business category expansion and international growth nike and under armour have been known to get a bump up or down on lulu earnings day more crickets in the i._p._o. Market next next week the quiet period expiration expires an emotive on september third well i._p._o. Share lockups arrive on shockwave medical and september third and food to holdings on the fourth orth. The asia is just as an active as the u._s. Amid trade war concerns in hong kong protests but one company waiting into the waters bravely as alibaba back doc meg via technology the a._i. Services startup saw revenue triple to nine hundred and forty-nine million yuan or about one hundred and thirty two million dollars during the first half of the year lenovo group china mobile are also backers of mcvie the u._s. imposes new tariffs on three hundred billion worth of chinese imports on september first including clothing televisions and jewelry. The new tariffs on chinese goods are expected to impact consumers more than the prior rounds. Some goods have tariffs delayed until december fifteenth the bets on game. Stop keep rolling in ever since michael berry aka. The big short guy went public with his big long position of three m shares short interest still remains very high on the retailer while options activity on the september fourth calls has skyrocketed meanwhile analysts analysts have been breaking down berries thesis which is centered on sony and microsoft including disk drives in their next gen gaming consoles and the potential for game stop to dig out of its whole all those variable seemed to pretend a big swing next week in share price. Emma news shareholders are due to vote on the del friscos restaurant a strong group. I out by catterson sotheby's takeout by bid fair u._s._a. During the early part of the week the deadline for the start of the tender offer for the v._m. Ware carbon black deal is september sixth tab food investments. The biggest worldwide franchisee of burger king is expected to land bids for a minority stake in the business in china and turkey and in the tobacco space look for more discussion on the likelihood and implications of philip morris international and ultra combining to form tobacco powerhouse take two interactive director. J moses is the keynote speaker at the casino eastport conference in vegas between september fourth and fifth topics include exploring the integration integration of sports betting and sports wagering as well as the future of sports within the gaming industry chew car forecast auto sales will rise four point two percent in in august to just over one point six billion units the comparison this year includes the entirety of the labor day weekend versus last year when only the friday of the three three day weekend was included average transaction price is expected to rise by two point one percent during the month led by higher prices at fiat and g._m. Incentives as the percentage of average transaction price are expected to be eleven point two percent noted truecar chief economist oliver strauss despite heavy chatter and speculation elation about the trade war and the future of the economy that stoking uncertainty the fundamentals including employment and wages are performing well and having a positive impact on auto auto sales it will be fairly busy week for the auto sector as porsche will unveil its first ever fully electric car in a milestone event for the german automaker. The introduction of the all electric taken and the price points will be closely monitored across the industry tesla investors will be watching for reports on port action from belgium jim with the company's q. three europe deliveries pace in the spotlight meanwhile back in detroit. The united automobile workers union is pressing members to vote. Yes on a strike authorization in the current four year u. A. w. contracts with general motors ford and fiat chrysler. Automobiles is set to expire on september fourteenth. Costco unbuckle are due to give their monthly sales reports on september fifth craft brew alliance will hold an investor conference call on the fifth to discuss its go forward business strategy and update update its full year two thousand nine hundred guidance shares of craft brew fell after anheuser busch opted not to take an option to acquire the beer company palo alto networks works as an investor meeting scheduled for september fourth and there are also meeting scheduled for apt our group ecolab and reliance steel and aluminum september fifth domino's pizza will hold an investor open house on september six and open tax as an investor day events scheduled for the same day this weekend barons mentions the stocks and themes teams drawing attention in barron's weekly addition the quest of scientists to make a drug out of messenger ribonuclease acid is profiled in detail this week biotechs. Oh tech's involved in any research include translate bio and madonna a bet on modernist said to be a wager that one of its more than a dozen m._r. m._i._a. Programs will pan out in a big big way while translate is narrowly focused on the most challenging application of a old tech players like apple and microsoft are called the new consumer staples bulls due to their lower share count after buybacks attractive earnings multiples and loads of cash beyond meets test plant based fried chicken at k._f._c. in atlanta santa shows. There's a market for alternative chicken. Although investors may be ahead of themselves despite beyond meat product expansion the publication says it continues to worry about new competition lofty valuation and stock volatility we end this week to watch with our single stock focus and this week we discuss eldorado gold. The stock is up over two hundred percent the past three months and has run right into a key resistance level. It closed friday at over nine dollars dollars seeking alpha author. Taylor dart took a look at the stock this past week and said it's time to take some profits darley's out some of his points upfront. Eldorado gold has certainly seen a sharp turnaround in share price thus far and a smooth ramp up at their new lanark. Mine has been one catalyst. The grease talks coming back on the table for their scurries. Mind with a conservative party in july has also helped this renewed optimism has propelled the stock two hundred and twenty percent higher over the past three months but but little has changed for the company eldorado gold remains a high cost producer in subpar jurisdictions with seventy percent of its production coming from turkey or greece while investors will point to grease as a significant game changer. I believe that much of this optimism is baked into the stock in addition. Even if we do get a favorable ruling out of greece for a go ahead for their shelved mines this will require a significant capital raise. There is no question that el dorado is in a significantly better position than they were a year ago okay but i believe this considerable rally off the lows has left the stock much closer to fully valued short-term dart continues. The stock has run up into uh-huh multi-year broken support level and i would be shocked if the stock got through here on its first test based on this. I believe this is an opportune time for investors to take profits above the nine fifty level investors may point out that they missed a great opportunity by not buying the stock at two fifty but the truth is that buying lo- looks good in hindsight but never look good in practice we had several analysts calling eldorado gold by all the way down from ten dollars down to fifty and most of these investors are only now now getting back to a prophet after the rally meanwhile leaders in the sector like marathon gold have seen significant rally since twenty sixteen and are up one hundred and twenty percent from mm august two thousand sixteen levels not down forty-one percent like eldorado gold so why take profits on a stock with projected earnings growth of four hundred percent next year. I believe the stock has priced in a good chunk of this growth with the stock trading at a p._e. Ratio of seventy currently based on this year's earnings estimates. Ah fourteen cents while this p._e. Ratio we'll drop to fifteen if the company can meet estimates of seventy seven cents for f- white twenty twenty. I am skeptical of these projections. Currently the company has a history of over a promising and under delivering and i'm not sure that their guidance a five hundred thousand ounces plus at eight hundred fifty an ounce all in sustaining costs is doable next year dark concludes with this things are certainly looking up for eldorado gold from an earnings growth standpoint and the company now has a producing tier one asset in their portfolio. These are positive developments and certainly the company out of the bottom five percent of gold producers where it previously belonged however the company is still inferior compared to its peers appears with higher costs in the industry average at nine hundred and fifty and allen's a._s._c. and operates an inferior jurisdictions. This rally in the stock may look like it has put eldorado gold back in a bull market but the stock is running up into his significant resistance level between nine seventy dollars for this reason from a tactical nicole standpoint. I see this as an opportune time for traders and investors to take some profits overall seeking alpha contributor skew neutral on eldorado gold and with one very bullish one bullish and six neutral that concludes this week stocks to watch. Thanks so much for listening for the best last investment analysis and news on the web go to seeking alpha dot com subscribe to this podcast on apple podcast google podcast spotify stitcher you can and sign up for other podcasts behind the idea as for f.a.s.t. Let's talk e._t._f.'s the cannabis investing podcast and marketplace roundtable on those platforms as well have a great week.

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Tips para conocer las Termas de Ro Hondo  Relatos de mi tierra 32

Podcast RadioViajera

25:02 min | 1 year ago

Tips para conocer las Termas de Ro Hondo Relatos de mi tierra 32

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Archives : Fun Radio sous l're Hersant (87-93) [avec B. Witek & P. Sage, srie sur l'histoire de Fun Radio (P2)]

Des Ondes Vocast

24:49 min | 1 year ago

Archives : Fun Radio sous l're Hersant (87-93) [avec B. Witek & P. Sage, srie sur l'histoire de Fun Radio (P2)]

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Episode 6  Cesar Sempere

The Rugby Abroad Podcast

44:56 min | 1 year ago

Episode 6 Cesar Sempere

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Hour 1: What's For Brunch

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

48:21 min | 6 months ago

Hour 1: What's For Brunch

"This is the dan le batard. Show with to spot cass. Welcome everybody our one. We're having a production meeting right now. And i was just telling the guys that i think. Some valid criticism from the first week is that it was very self involved. I will say in our defense allow us. That was a big week for us. A lot was going on and it was obviously super political given what happened. No one could have seen that. Come in all well. Maybe a lot of you could have seen that coming And we haven't been you know. The hours haven't been diversified. They'd been singularly focused. And i think we're really at our best when we have a lot of different things thrown out at you within a singular our and i'm ashamed to admit this but probably more sports. Yes well no wait a minute. This is what just happened during the break and so i'm going to need some help here because what do you guys think. I am not comfortable with two things. Here how self involved show has become to the detriment of able to involve the shipping container in the kinds of segments. That people like the most because no matter how much we bring you. Aaron rodgers and everybody else the segments. That people like is when we're in the sandbox throwing shattered each other and we've moved away from that because a our entire workflow has changed be. We were helped by clocks and commercials and got used to that eight years so we could keep a show humming see. This is total freedom. It is something that we're figuring out on the fly. There was no break for us. We went from one day we were on. Espn the next day we were here and now there are no rules. There no governors. Mike's doing some engineering over here. We have to hire a bunch of people have to walk out to negotiate something and the whole thing is spinning and we're just sort of cycling through on a factory conveyor forty minutes at a time. Here's this guest. here's this guest. Where before we would have had more discipline of wanting twelve minutes with guest or fourteen minutes with guest and then it became because all the commercials four minutes with a guest and there was no point of even putting it on terrestrial radio anymore. I'm enjoying the guests features that we have where adam lesko is in confined to just twelve minutes with us where he can take part in a free flowing conversations. What we've always aspired to wait. We get to have aaron rodgers for thirty three uninterrupted minutes. That doesn't have to stop. But we've seen the rankings. People really respond to the guests free segments. Do they respond all the segments. Let me get that perfectly clear. It just so happens that the most downloaded segments tend to be the ones that are just general banter we should diversify that banter. We should probably ease up on the thanking people. They just want to get into shell. I think i know what it is that we need to get us back on track and if you want maybe set a timer so that fifteen minutes from now we can do. It will build it up teased a little bit with the called. Tesl build some of that up a little bit. I guess that doesn't work on podcast. But on fifteen minutes bingo. We need to do chris. Your alarm go around the room and all of us say what's for lunch perfect. You just saved new. this is missing. That actually has been missing. Thank you billy. I appreciate you coming in to the rescue and being a real glue guy in this situation i actually think i don't know the specifics of the contract and we may have lost. What's for lunch. But what's for brunch. Don't think that's too close to the other stuff from different lettuce. Your good your hero today. Okay thank you. Billy for all your good work. I appreciate you keeping it together for us. The thing that has been self involved has been yes. We are lost at sea. Ahoy matey we are lost at sea and you can all see it and we right now are making an enormous amount of content. None of us are sleeping very much. Stugatz careening out of control stugtoz grabbing kurtz grabbing at money failing to do cameos And so we're we're a bit of a mess where spilling into here on very little sleep. I drank one day last week. I was drinking at nine o'clock in the morning. So it's been a little unhinged this is sort of freedom we're snorting freedom a little bit smoking weed and do a mushrooms with chris long. I didn't have you doing. This is going on chris. Long show were making a lot of acid people right news amino has and do something. You got to start paying back. Some of these favors give interviews right. Now is what's happening. I don't who just don't trust you giving interviews. Well that's the thing i can't have. You wanted to talk. I can't give me to do this. Join outta go for it. No nothing forgotten no three times yesterday. I'm answering a number three times yesterday. Hello yes i'm such and such news outlet. I wanna ask you questions. And i'm like i don't know anything i don't want to say anything. I don't know anything we're just starting. We're not left-leaning we're not we're just starting leaving long. Then they call me and they say. Can you get dad for and so we gotta be careful where we were flattered. We're gonna know. Evidently we're going to do the late night circuit because me and stugotz are being requested to be on charles barkley's podcast we're now we're now rebellious guests. The the comedy. That's not quite the late night circuit. But i get it. Yeah well it's not. At all the late night circuit they wanna take circuit charles barkley. They two in the afternoon talk so not supposed to be flattered Like if jimmy fallon invited us on we've never been in. Charles barkley has never invited oeste guest on anything. he's doing. No this is a podcast that he and that he and ernie do and they have. They have invited us onto that podcast yes. I'm surprised we haven't been invited onto like kimmel or something to be honest. It's always been a dream of mine one of the shows. I feel like what's his crush that would crush. My guess would be though that whatever it is. We're building even though. I haven't talked to anybody about it. We'll have that kind of its own media. Companies gods like wit. I'm assuming that things that can be called in the number one. Sports podcasts in america. Were a comedy team. That's been working together across twenty years. Where a a spoof of a sports show here are late night guests. And which show would we be on would be corden. Would it be seth meyers. Does that can i gordon late nights carson daley show. Yeah or seth meyers. Seth meyers is the ceiling for you guys. And it'd be on zoom. Wouldn't even be allowed to be there. It's not even a comedy circuit or it's not a late night circuit. It's just a call in on zoom. What happened with you and cameo like what. What is the real story. Why are the listeners manage. And how much money have you cost yourself. I've caught myself A good deal of money thousands of dollars. Yes yeah i've caught myself. i'd say probably thousands of dollars okay with that Listen let me just say this. Okay for the people's cameos that i did not do. I am truly sorry now. I will tell you at facts. I did not do seventy cameos. Okay seventy and of those seventy. There were a handful of them to do any. What because some of the requests you got you guys are animals. And i'm not gonna say some thin we start exposing things that you do vile things so people. I think it might actually. We should shame the listener that waste. Who got if you have that there and in trying to be kind to the audience you're saying the audience has been requesting view things that not unspeakable things. You will not repeat because you will not cheapen our brand that way even as you cheapen our brand by being so on brand that people are mad at you now for grabbing money that you haven't actually grant there are people who have a right to be upset with me. I apologize to those people. I have made arrangements for those people to get their money back because they don't know how to get their own money back. So why care more about your money than you care about your own money. Okay i called cameo. And i said i don't care them doing them for free. You're gonna give these people your money bag. They laughed at me and said they have option of getting their money back. When he's talking to mattis like the owner cabbie levy on the road. He's if they use the app they have an option of getting paid back through apple. They use it on the computer where they just get their money. That's how does a where excused because people wanted the videos and they wanted In a certain timeframe. And i apologize to those people. So what i saw is totally mess but this is why would i got them their money back and you let me finish at. I've done them for free. Okay but i will tell you seventy you people who went on ready and claim that you purchased a cameo from me and never purchased a thing. I'm going to expose you. Calendar right now exposure. Just want to be playing. Expose all of you so it now you you cut a new record a video that do all that resurging down. Seventy three hundred because rented had an extensive list read it. Says i have the cameo report. And the cameo report says seventy now of those seventy fifteen to twenty not. Doing you guys asked for foul stuff. I'll expose you. i'll tell you right now. I will put your request on twitter. If you guys. Don't shut the hell up. I've telling you read it. Stop lying the dead and mike. No it was seventy people not three hundred nine. Have the resort all right. Hold on god's three so. I want the audience to know this because this is and i hold on all old on stoop so mad at them. Mad you're mad at our listeners. Our listeners are mad at you. that's not the spirit of what we were trying to do. And mad at thirty people. Okay that is okay. But i love for example. I love so far. Watching a chris. And billy do roy stay totally in straight man character and they're doing little bits of show for the audience in ways that require effort in ways greg cote is making all of these about himself and not pouring creativity into him and being who greg cody is but chris trying. I saw him do two minutes of improv. That may had me smiling because he was just making fun of matt with one. T and billy is an uproarious. Billy's wearing fant. I will watch billy's just to entertain my philly. Geli attached billy elliot. Good at it. It's great billy going from tree to tree tree to tree pointing out how different they were when they were different. Only deadpan. he's so good because he can put little effort in. And it's like not little effort because he rambles forever but he's he's doing it so dry that it looks like he's not putting any effort in but he's i crack and to god so from within that you and i were fighting yesterday and we don't fight very often to in. I love each other and we understand each other. We understand that these partnerships are delicate. And it's been a goddamn miracle that we've survived years of them together with all the shit that there is in this business and so so we fought about And my timing was bad on this but what and what ended up happening. Yesterday is in my inbox. Where some complaints. I was not on reddit or anywhere else. A complaint landed at my. Aol address right with somebody who was like hurt right. They were hurt and angry. And reaching out to me directly through my old ass. Aol and there were they were saying. Hey look i wanted to do this for my wife. And i and that person reported and i love you guys and i want to be around what you're doing and stuff and then i found myself getting hurt and then i found myself sleeping next to my wife angry because i was trying to get her a gift. Through god's that would have been funny and during the pandemic we haven't gotten enjoy anything. And so i ask that person for their telephone number and i sent them a video and then in sending them a video of me just trying to do the character. Because i'm not doing cameos. I would tour terrible timing. On my part i sense to god's a message saying hey look we we gotta be careful with this because i had to handle this today and some people are mad and i guess they were also doing that on the read it but it's not because of the reds because of that interaction that i had with the fan that i was trying to rob and i understand that and i was going through some stuff. Yesterday's personal stuff that was very stressful and So the timing wasn't great. But still i understand why because you care But i care too. And i care about our audience. I think i said this to you. And i care about money but said this to you. I think yesterday at some point I everything that dan says. I am on a regular basis. I've never shied away from it. I'm greedy i'm selfish. I'm thoughtless sometimes Well organized. I don't plan things out. Ob starting like trying to get to know cameo bit can do this a little bit better like when you asked me for a studio request A studio tour and that requests expires at midnight last night. I have to leave you a message to tell you. Hey i'll record the the studio tour tomorrow. I can't do it today. So i have to get my timing damn on some of that stuff is i. Try to navigate here through cameo but yesterday the timing the timing was was bad. But it's on me and what i said. Gee was i care about this audience. I am all those things but not as it relates to this audience audience. I would do these for free. In fact i let them expire. No one's gonna believe me. And i've earned this. I would let some expire because there was no time stamp bottom. It wasn't a birthday was because i fell like it would be nice to do something free for some of the members of guys not believe him because he knew because there was no reason supposed to taking money for the really is. You don't believe me. Because i just totally lied. You think i am an idiot. I felt so bad about. I felt so i can't be god's ball. He was telling us to our faces for four straight shows last week. How get to him. I listen to me. I don't want you to be my boss You don't wanna be my boss. I just i just. I just want you to trust me and know that it's hard. It's hard trust you. That part is fair. That part is fair. But it's just a little by way that. Hey stu gods is actually. He's forty eight. I've taught him a lot. He's gotten a little bit better. That perhaps i'm doing so much. I don't need the newish showing this the other other thing. I mean it's like the cameo. Here's the thing. I don't understand mike my you know he. A scene cameo stands for. It's really mad about this. My and i caught the brunt of it last night. And i hate when i hurt. To god's i really do. I it just because so little hurts him. And he's taking a beating for twenty years around here on the wrong side of unfairness. Like so little hurts him so when he gets hurt. I've been rewarded for it but when he gets hurt like that. You guys are arguing all my points. Because he's trust me. Trust me and he's earned every bit of skepticism but in the middle of negotiations. I felt pretty shitty last night. Because we're all trying to figure this out at the same time and all the ships moving way too fast. I wanna try to god's on him saying that he's gonna make it up to people. I just don't have anything in the way of proof that he is which is as long as you make it up to people. I'm fine. i know you got stuff going on in your life. I know you're aggressively lazy. And i know you had no idea what you've got yourself into but we need to make up for these people because there's a fine line between being on brand bean kyunsuu gods and it's good fodder for the show of uk up. I've been straight up ripping people off. I great so mike. No one was ripped off the so. No it is a rip-off get in early. Because you're such a big su- god's fan and you pay thirty nine ninety nine right. God's video lapses. I get my credit back not actual cash value. Now you no. I heard you say the iphone people have to jump through hoops at school. That cameo has other people to do it. The baseline to get my money back is. It's not easy. I get credit. I get thirty nine nine. Okay just tries. To god's again. Now sue gotcha one hundred and fifty dollars. You're right chris. Yeah and i'm punished for being such a supporter of gazza's venture. He didn't even do it. And now i'm priced out right. And i should have pivoted that way where i'm trying to get more money for chris roy and belly But here's the deal. Mike okay. I caught your right and there are probably three or four where i generally feel bad that i did not get them done i because i mean mad. They talk at my heartstrings. And i will get it on and they will believe super special. I'm telling you right now except for the foul ones. And i'm going to expose all of you serious. Okay how dare you asked me to say some of the things. You're asking me to say teenage daughters. You kidding me. I mean someone wanted me to show my butthole you. I mean seriously. I am good to do the ones that i missed that i wanted to within reason. Okay the ones that. I have agreed to do. I will do those offer free. I've already started to do some of them. Okay were you through it through the story at your own landing that no. It's like when i make a bet with you. And i control the outcome. I made a bet with candy. Control the outcome. I lost the money. And i met you five hundred dollars. You weren't going to fulfill these ask never getting paid. Listen i am going to do them for free. And i called cameo myself and i said if it's too confusing for them to get their money back on the app you're going to give them their money back or i am going to start doing cameo and that was a lie but it works. You called this amorphous thing cameo. There's just a number and its cami cat. It all right tell me. He answers his phone word app. Addison was on the lower after. Oh my god i feel. I think you're gonna get catterson in trouble. No he lived at me. Mike i called. I said give these people their money back. He said anything for you and the cameos. I hear that cat is an interview on like stop talking. Stop revealing this stuff about ben gordon. You don't have to name names. Don't crack open a beer during this. That's a bad idea. And it immediately goes off rate. A minute whole done cameo. Can we just be honest about what is happening here. Because the tension between me and stugotz and me and corporate has been for that means what does it mean. What's for brunch a-. Thank god i wanted to talk about the cheapening of the show. I love this governor. We have a spot was way to focus on. Kvil whatever brunch. Dan was focused on camera. But it's also letting people see inside on negotiations intense nights all of us fighting over money of it. You've done it for long enough. We all got it. He's sorry he lied again. And we're good. Yeah but i fixed it. And that's what i you're right but what i'm telling you is i just want people to process this. I currently don't have a job or contract. I've would sign that anything. I'm not making money. Cameos my only source of income. And i am failing to do all. I don't know how you bought that spot that showed up on supatra's here's one of the problems though and this is the tricky park. Right stu trait now. This big left leaning company of ours port site. Ladies and gentlemen let me introduce you in this startup as gloriously rises soaring toward the sun toward riches and fame to our sales department. There is right there. That is what he's busy doing the reasons he is grabbing in money but he's grabbing it more money and he's grabbing four the container but he totally botched the. But it's because we keep going to him and he's too busy in big fish sales and he sailing beyond these people with their thirty nine dollar cheapening of cameo. Let's just look into your private life. Let you sell each other little bits of the show until it is symbolically and actually sold out just quickly. mike Cata sins biggest problem is i mistake and really is only mistake. That's more because when i did call him he got it fixed and gotta fix quickly and he will get these people's money back is sending me thirty nine ninety nine because i told him and so many are gonna come in at thirty nine. There's no way. I'm going to be able to keep up the problem whereas stage of grief where you blame others. Yes now. I well listen. It's like a- caddie mike the eleventh hole of parkland gothic country club. And the he tells you to use a nine iron right end up using a driver and you're right in the whole issue right. Catterson made a mistake. And i said listen i will forward you one mistake. And that's it okay and you ever steak was you gave me. You gave me a nine iron one. I needed to drive there. Was this great. There was this great story that arab academy that. Addison told on lower after hours because i was listening to it to get some insight on what on what this wasn't to see how bad the original sentence by the way what is for brunch. All right. we'll get to that in a second. Can we get them. Some help on getting enough likes and read tweets to get whatever it is that they're looking for. I'd like to encourage a podcast about the show. Our after hours doesn't seem to need our help. It's a perennially in the top fifty. It's a it's a podcast so we're show about a show. That show is about a show about a show. It's a podcast devoted to us and we thank them for their support. But addison from kamya which is good get in great thought outta them to actually book joined them on there and i think the funniest most stugatz he part of. It is thank god. Addison didn't name this fan of our show but you know how to gaza's running this pyramid a little bit umbrella what it feels like a cheapening like it feels in some ways perfect for our show when what it is and the tension between journalistic straight man and a guy who's actually wanted freedom more than me son of cuban exiles all his life because now he he's the sales department. Yeah he's making money anybody sears. Department a double entendre. You know how to run a rig their yard so 'cause sales pirate sales. Yeah that's what i was doing. So he gets some money from billy. Which we've established establishes great a cameo. He gets money from chris all the all the stuff that they do. You get a chunk of that money. It's a referral system. Cameo themselves said this on this podcast suits. I see you shaking your head but there was an interaction. we're just a fan of the show somehow found sue gaza's referral the in. Addison uses the generic name of marc jacobs who happens to be like a world famous designer so whatever This person is not. Famous has no reason being a celebrity cameo endorser but says he's part of gaza umbrella and addison so learning our show so he takes him for his word any approaches to guts totally generic name marc jacobs. I'm getting approached by this. Marc jacobs he says he's a part of the show and he's he's a part of your referrals Buddy he might be he might be. I don't know but there's a chance. Yeah take the money own. God's we can't cheapen it so much that we're going to welcome actual investigations. Billy your faces in your hands. Because do you realize the number of people that you have sent you've got now like this money laundering system that you're running through cameo and at the back end of it because you're reckless and your sales department The whole thing and they're just thousands of dollars on the table and now you're making money because you're running a mafia scheme where every time. Billy makes a three minute video that. He's pouring himself into and costume design. You're getting cut my goal with cameos. I'll never have to send another cameo again. I mean if you have any sent any. Isn't that the dream i mean. Just make money off of other people. Billy where are we with this part of my conversations before registering again. My very short negotiations was just. Give roy my referral. I will be roy's referral. Let roy be the one who referred me. So roy is benefiting. Because i was partially afraid of something like this happening where i would be implicated in. Whatever it is guys is going on. That's good i was referred by roy. Roy roy where you moved by that. That's touching moment. You and billy that that speaks to financial warmth. I did not have growing in your relationship Yes i am. Deeply moved aid did that and It's a lotta money. That came away. So i really try to protect myself. Also a lot of money. You're crushing you've got your own little platform it's basically billy. Tv christie's chasing you down. I love it makes me smile. Every time i see chris because he just from the moment the cameras start. He is just such an oath. I saw a lot of energy to this. Cameo thing it off a little more than i could chew man. I wasn't expecting it to be this difficult. It's that's the making case. How has it been difficult for us. To god's explained to me. You haven't done anything other than sitting around waiting for billy and roy and chris and some stranger now mean l. has in shoot their cameos of that money to get to my account. I mean it's stressful. It's hard how do we get this under control because this people what's for brunch. What is for brian. You want us to take that segment. Look i can't believe this. This is the god's honest truth here just to let people totally behind the curtain. Mike ryan is serious. He actually seriously we're a week out from espn and with no sense of irony. None even though he has a sense of humor you know what producer guy in the middle of spinning plates. Because all he's doing all show talking to engineers. You know what he has the audacity to say to me the audacity after what we just did corporate michael ever here for you because now we have governors and you hate us already after eight days because we're not doing the show. You are used to eight days ago because we're totally unhinged sudden. I'm a ceo and you could tell them in bed with a snake and he's our sales department like this is not a left leaning company. It's just a pirate ship mess floating floating. You can't come in here and say to me like you. Just did dan more sports. Like get the fuck out of my life. Do what do you mean more sports but that be what it is for me. Seven or eight days where you're the now you're the executive branch now. That's all we've got here. We don't have there's no one. There's no one above mike on content. He's editorial and andy's engineering. Mike is editorial and engineering. Stu gods sales. Billy is cameo improv. Chris is the worst personal assistant. You've ever seen all those apple because occurs in. chris. Chris you have not done one thing for me as my personal assistant. Other than my. Spn run you said you're imaging money. I've been crushing in a cameo needed. Mines tended possibly be look. I'll talk if you want me to. I thought we did enough of that. With a mean and i will get it i will get away from the self involvement and we will get back to the show. You're more used do indeed. You're spending a lot of time complaining because we're letting you a little too far inside maybe but all of this is real is the point israel. We're in the middle of all of this. There are nights filled with like arguments about this kind of stupidity and not wanting to cheapening this like. We don't want to cheapen it. We want this to be the cool thing that becomes the underdog even though you guys think it's the cool thing so we'll stay out here doing this way for a while but it's a little too loose. I've done too much politics about at this time in america like come on guys i mean no you should absolutely be afforded that and the fact that this is a new thing for us you should be afforded to be more self involved but the category when you look at the podcast. Wh why we're we're number. One is sports and on average. Be kind maybe one of the five episodes. We put out per day on this dan. Lebatardshow with stu gods has to deal with sports and you can mix it in a little bit more than we have. Yes you did. great. James harden isn't gonna get traded every day. Though dan we need to be able to give people a diverse portfolio. Be able to talk him and tell people. What's for brunch dan. I think the one of the issues is. There's a lot of people who joined us when we started at. Espn for the people who were with us before espn. What we're doing now is not a problem for the people who join us when we started at espn and grew to love us. This what we're doing right now is something they've never heard before this was the show before we got to. Espn it was very self involved for better. But and this is the part. I know at the risk of getting yet self involved. Okay because i do want to explain more and more of the bits you. I want you guys really do think that when some of you hear what we were doing in the shadows with germs and shane baca lada. And we explain the joke to you. That was happening in the shadows. Now that you've seen everything that's happened since then to liberate us into this free world winter you releasing. What can we tell people because we've done this stiffly for a while. We will get the discipline back of having these segments tighter not so wandering and not so one subject and not so self involved but this is my life at the moment. There's nothing else. I'm thinking about right now at anymore waking moment in the day which is how i heard stugotz his feelings yesterday then myself and this thing like because because we've got a lot going on we're super excited but this is a unstable time for all of us. There was real tension. Yes today like this is real and we're just playing it out on air I just i my hope was and it's we're not going to get there and it's is that dan just knows that that i care about this audience the same way that dan cares about this audience. And if i have something up. And i did. I'm going to try to clean it up a once. I have some time to try and clean it up and yesterday didn't have that. We've done a variation of that seventeen times. Dan was get into something different. So to answer your question pancakes with coconut. Infused maple syrup. I can't do this kind of disciplined undisciplined stuff where there are no clocks. And we're just wandering around with the freedom and we're drinking tequila and stugotz is taking sales calls and you're talking to a guy in a miner's helmet and now you're trying to make us a television network and you're being very much corporate michael right now and i don't wanna turn you into the enemy. But now you're the guy who studies all the podcast numbers your digital. You're shooting us into the future. You're talking you're talking the executive language change. You're our executive editorial. Board are super passionate. I'm not gonna thank them. We've done plenty. But this is a very strange podcasts. We we have an insane output to be a popular podcast just the same way that joe rogan is insane for putting out a three and a half hour episode but that's one standalone episode. We require a lot of your time so we should be able to reward people by giving them diverse. because they're insane are fans they listen everything we put out and there's a lot of new people aboard that are familiarizing in supporting the laboratory and friends network which are three side projects that will grow as well. That will get better. He will get better south beach sessions. We'll get better. Mystery crate is something that i know by. The numbers is third place amongst those properties and not a lot of people because he was perceived height of the pandemic god to listen or get what we were doing with. This character played by someone from hollywood. Tim churns tim. Jones was rib on everything that was going on at the time. This is the most fun. I had at any point during the pandemic making anything we were in that condo in your apartment building and we were just awful. It was a sad congo wrestling on the television work on twenty four l. It felt no that in our lives. We couldn't get a microphone that we had to wait ten days for someone like the biggest sports radio show in. I was holding a man saying that i was holding us. It was a time. I'll look back on it like it had would have a wafting smell. When you walked in there was exposed concrete. there was dick. Confetti all over the floor. I missed it this time. And it's the most fun i had. A newlywed during the pandemic was making magic with a some hollywood people. As a just the mike. I won't say that. No one got the joke but it was a dirty whispered secret and one to take people really behind the scenes. I haven't asked mike why he made this decision. I wanted this to run on. Espn radio and i wanted to run. As a standalone no explanation spoof. That was a famous hollywood person. Inventing a persona of a strength coach at an at a nowhere college that was out of southeast tulsa doing bad things during the pandemic because football is all important and this character. I thought was uproariously. Funny stugotz meet yourself. what happened. Mute yourself D feels sold at the macbook. Thank the curb. you still have a muted yourself dead. No you're not i see. You're your sound good. Stop encouraging commuted. You i was muted belly saw. I was reading. It said mute on my screen my way to stop explaining mystery crate. We're going to take you behind the bit. And we've compiled all the tim. Churn segments. it's going to be a jam packed episode of mystery crepe because it's going to be a little bit of oh well. Why didn't you aired on as playing on mystery crate as we go behind the bid and avoid being redundant stugatz. What's for brunch. Oh i think. I'm going to have a nice little omelet today. Baking shedder mushroom tomato and diced onions. The key to a good omelette is not the stringy onions if you like onions. It's diced minced on yet. That is what we miss. That is what we miss the discipline of every four minutes. Getting to a place where we can tell you what we were having for lunch so we wouldn't have to make our own content. I'll tell you this. Michael also urban meyer news about to About the spring again. What i feel about this on. What kind of news bourbon meyer. Jags collision course. Yup i man and london a number one overall pick tons a cap room but urban meyer as should flies in college. We'll see how it flies in the nfl. That's the more sports that you want. That's that's what you're going for edited. Jags have a new coach. It's been a turnstile since coughlin's been there nothing matters. They almost beat the patriots. Now let's talk about morona. Coach does the only like baloney sandwiches. We're going to introduce you to coach after coat and now this is the dude that's gonna save it. That's actually not where i wanna go. Dan i want to go to chris. What's for brunch. Guys thursday the day where the diet of the week falls apart. It's a beautiful day aaa a burrito. You guys do this with the diets on monday. Clean tuesdays you clean wednesdays you fall off a little bit. You're like i'll be better tomorrow and then thursday. All the wheels fall off everywhere. Chris you see to his teammates. Talk shit what is up with that or mondo salgueiro. Getting the good stuff. They need to shut up all right. He's going to be fine. We'll tell people the story for those that don't know what we're talking about. I mean they just basically saying what the you know the popular. As i feel and i scroll to them and sports leagues on. Did that just happen to the off. The person says got. He has to log on to find out. What a minute left that's political. Wow the tricky mike. What is the story involving. Wait a minute i know just. Let's let's slow down chris. I want all of this left in. Because thank you for being a terrible personal assistant and also just the. Oh who's bad at radio because what you just did. Their made everything fall apart of k. Mic explain both are mondo saw garo and his feud with parlor. Explain to me why we're talking with the twitter. He loves parlor. Explain to me what we're talking about. Because i didn't know the store you were talking about either. But you through it to chris as a sports topic as an executive wanting to get off the ground locally some expertise on dolphins talk. Because there's a little bit of a seismic story in the in the press. The happen and chris had nothing. Chris had enough. I know. Chris is all over this story and i thought he was. Because this is the dolphin talking point of the day and i threw it to him. Not only for brunch. But i kinda wanted to hear those two thoughts and then have them. Chris it into the chat. Chris like will you tell us what the story is. Still not know even though you furiously started typing as if you were going to read and speak at the same time then it's very simple there were murmurs that the that people apparently anonymously talked omarosa garo and they said that when they found out fitzpatrick wasn't going to be around for that final game. They were nervous and they wanted. They did not like they thought. Ryan fitzpatrick was the guy. That is what the teammate said. Can someone actually offer me an explanation. What this was. Yeah so basically our madison guaranty quoted anonymous players where he was saying that the defense in practice with so underwhelmed with tua that they were stunned. That floor is went to two in the first place and then as the season went along at they were not at all impressed. And as chris said one. If it's patrick not just as backup to start the final game against buffalo fitzpatrick. I wonder who said that. Chris guy who's never been a playoff game. Hold on a second hold on a second because we're going straight to self involvement here. Is this correct. That is where. I'm going to go there. What it was is what a professional broadcaster sounds like when following an oath. Okay i wanna teach you people something here today because i think it's important. You were just introduced to a new producer chris wittingham. He's a whole new department. We've got over here. Stu gods sale micheals engineering editorial and something else and wittingham is guy who knows things because when you ask chris something he's too busy doing cameos to know what it is. That's going on on his beat with the dolphins and so what just happened there. We were introduced to winning him. I remember this okay. Because we've had to go and some in every corner of our army dude every corner. These are guys. i've known since high school. Hey you want a job. I feel like Tony montana talking to ernie except look it's wittingham instead of you know. Face chris wedding eighteen years old interning at a v. Um university miami former play by play voice and co host of a popular official chelsea. Podcast that i think we can finally get. Now we interview. Olivier giroud the most handsome man on the planet on that official chelsea. Podcast chelsea. mic'ed up available in spotify apple pocket. All right stop right there for a second. Introducing the audience to chris wittingham voice. You just heard came into our life about fifteen years ago maybe earlier. High school kid is good at broadcasting. Is anyone that. I'd seen come through seven ninety and just super polished Very good and wanted to be a broadcast. I mean a lot of the guys who i've known since he's a kid and I've we've known him since he's a kid and we've summoned a couple of people who've known that way who've been around our show because you've noticed with our show angel resto hangs around the show okay. You're higher juju. You're you you like Excuse me do you like this. All right you're hired. Well people are going to start thinking if they just hang around the show. We might agree. One hey i got your number from alex donna Yeah that's how it's happened so wittingham. I remember being on broadcast and afternoon. Radio and i think it was a vm. Call and that he did and it was so clean crisp. But i couldn't believe a teenager would be that good on a call. He's excellent. i mean just ahead of his years by no but now he just swooped in though and i think. I'd prefer to talk to the other chris now and i'm sorry to do this to you. Chris cody but i mean you're you blew the whole thing up for us. You're you're you know. He's an idea. Man was his idea information. He's also nepotism and notting. On three minutes. I agree with this one more than any. He's a terrible terrible personal assistant. Like every bit as bad as magic and so i went to him and the show went to you in that crucial moment in your area of expertise chris and the other chris swooped in and it felt to me like was coming for your job so now we've got a competitive ecosystem. Where's to god's is stealing the cam assistant job like away as well. I mean how good winning hamby at that job. I got coffee for the first time in ten years brought to me here. The other day by wittingham ham has plenty of jobs. A i'm just saying he just brought in coffee he didn't ask. You just brought you call winning ham. Have you ever had a conversation about this. Being a left leaning company. no i. it's a pirate ship. I handed mike a piece of paper with pirate terms are let me let me explain something to you. Hold on let me explain something to worry about. Four minutes. chris insert the ball go usage. What share he's sitting in. This shit couldn't didn't. I offer that to the group who who would want wanted to come in and nobody. I raised my hand. I wasn't selected. Christopher's is okay. Neither way i'm having toast next. Suite is so that's as quick as it can happen around here where you get replaced. That's ex- wait a minute. I can upgrade all time from the personal assistant. I presently have to wittingham now. I've got that kind of power. All my god is gonna get competitive around here because wittingham explain this story to Even cleaner than you just did please and chris. If you want to have an opinion i'm gonna give you some time formulated in the event that you wanna make yourself valuable around here as take sky. So what is your opinion to. Wittingham was going to give you the news report in the most professional radio broadcaster ways and wittingham. Just throw a question. And let's see if we can get a ad lib takeout of so the miami herald armanda salgueiro wrote a column in which he was illustrating the lack of confidence in to a tunnel viola in the dolphins locker room defensively. They were not impressed in practice. Offensively some players that he quoted anonymously as saying he wanted ryan fitzpatrick to start the final game against buffalo ovid so he was only available when he wasn't available and there were a preference. You have that safety valve. Should to a struggle in that game against buffalo so rattle a question to you. Chris cody is. Do you think that the dolphins should trade to a ton of iowa and assortment of other picks for does shawn watson from houston texas. I don't this game now. He stammered a couple times. Get a little nervous as well. We played it on the spot. Know this is what happened to. Winning game came out strong and slick and palace and then i put white way too much pressure on because this is the big show now. This is the small little shit show. It was when winning ham came into our lives fifteen years. I've ever thrown chelsea. Mike that now and now they're big. They're big stars. They've got their own pockets. And this was a big. Get for you guys. You guys were excited and was impossibly. Handsome hair is beautiful. And and talking to me when i say the biggest guest chelsea has gotten We've had pedder chakra. And ashley cole guys that have like one champions league christian pulisic was obviously ill christian pulisic by the way joining us chelsea up next month. He's gotten better at interviews. Here's excited about that alleviates. Route is thirty four years old. There's lots zoltan. Zoo in in syria in italy right now is insane because all the injuries that he's had and at that age he still like he's considered the best player in italy right now. He's even better than rinaldo. You have these guys like rinaldo. Tom better amazing an older age but they've always been amazing. They've always been great. They've always been one of the three names. You rattled off at the top of your head. When you're asks who's the best player in the world. Olivier giroud is thirty four years old and his whole reputation. Was he's striker. That doesn't score goals. How is france winning the world cup with this guy up top. His job is the score goals. He's not scoring goals. He also happens to be the most handsome man on the planet. He is a beautiful. You looked like you were longing it. It was weird to see you. You've gotten better at interviews. You've enjoyed getting better at interview. Some of these guys have intimidating presents. Some of them dzhergenia spoke to us in in his eighth language. It's hard with soccer players. Libya rooted is french. He's doing this interview in his second language. And it's hard to convey my brand of. Hey you're handsome connected with him. And with an undercurrent of you were hitting on him. Chris you experienced. It felt like mike. Mike ryan was flirting with the with the pretty pretty soccer devastatingly handsome. And he's probably more famous even though he's turned into a really good soccer player. He's more famous probably for his looks. Yeah he's like he's probably the only soccer player who exist to be looked at for their handsomeness like it like its secondary his playing ability. He's just oh. My god the entire inter is in love with that was rinaldo though he's been excellent route. All there's always been like okay. He's as great a football player as he is beautiful. Renaldo is the standard for impossibly. Handsome to beckham was also but he was also considered a top ten in the world player. Livia giroud is not that he's anna kournikova because that's way too horse because we'll be as you root has a good goal scoring record. But what happened in his mid thirties is now per minute. He's the best goal score in the premier league at age. Thirty four gone from not scoring in the world cup. That friends one true scoring every time he takes the pitch but he's of an age where chelsea are in a difficult position because they're signing twenty two year olds that are supposed to hold that down and you can't take them off the pitch because no one saw it coming at age thirty four. He'd be one of the most efficient goal scorers in league that is all secondary to the fact that he is. This is the thing that came on very strong. It felt like an unusually homoerotic interview. Janet but i also. I've never seen mike quite this way. This is the thing that i saw in mike wittingham. You witnessed to believe but disagree. If i'm wrong here that mike ryan badly wanted this man to get his joke and find him charming. You could left that sentence halfway. Hear that joke witty.

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Shawn Buckley is Disrupting The Pet Food Industry, Helping Our Dogs + Cats Live Longer and Healthier Lives

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Fifteen percents off with the code money on the move head over to their website. Mad RITUAL DOT COM and start shopping more about mad ritual leader. When today's guest Sean Buckley went to his local pet store pickup. His dog's favorite chicken kibble only to find it was sold out. He opted for the lamb kibble instead upon. He noticed they were the same price. What she thought was odd. One with think lamb is more expensive right and as you look at the ingredients and did more research. He was shocked when he discovered a learned what he was actually feeding his dog and so began just food for dogs. Sean Buckley is the founder of just food for off the dog and cat. Food brand. That has disrupted the thirty and a half billion dollar pet food industry. They are the first pet food brown to create fresh food for pets from human greed. Usda human certified ingredients in open to the public kitchens and the only on the market proven healthy by multiple independent university studies. Just food for dogs has a team of in-house veterinarians and nutritionists that formulate the meals utilizing only fresh whole food ingredients. Usda FDA certified for human consumption in recipes nutritionally balanced for dogs as well as cats when they launched in two thousand ten. They started a movement that continues to grow today. The company now serves more than fifty million fresh meals annually today. Just food for dogs has nine of signature. Kitchens open to the public in California New York and Washington with another under construction in Chicago as well as more than two hundred of its unique pantries in July twenty eighteen. Petco approach just food for dogs and signed a deal to build kitchens and pantries inside hundreds of PETCO stores nationwide along with offering the company's products on the PETCO website. Just FOOD FOR DOGS OFFERS. A variety of six daily meals one rotating seasonal special. Diy Do it yourself. Recipes and nutrient blends for daily meals. One cat daily meal eight veterinary support diets available with prescription snacks and treats supplements and custom diet formulating our dogs. Charlie and so are are huge fans of just food for dogs. It has made our lives of feeding our dogs fresh food a lot easier than standing in the kitchen and making every day on this episode. I sync up with Sean about where it all began the inspiration for the company how he built a team of incredible that. Marion's including chief medical officer Dr Oscar Shabas and top CEO carry tessler. We talk about the workouts. That fuel Sean. Success and the future of just food for dogs. If you like what you hear please leave us a review on Apple. It's easy scroll through the episodes on your device and APP. Click on the five stars and hit rate or review. Tell us what you look. Also feel free to screen shot the episodes as you're listening tag. 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Mad ritual gets it founded by women athletes and active entrepreneurs they are committed to helping active folks bring more balanced to their lives. Mad ritual is offering Marnie on the move listeners. Fifteen percent off head over to their website. Mad VIRTUAL DOT COM and use the code. Marnie on the move now onto the episode so yes. I'm really psyched to have you on the call today. Thank you for joining me. Thanks for having me. Tell me a little bit about just food for dogs just to kind of dial my listeners. Into the amazing company that you've created and share maybe where the inspiration idea for the company began. Yeah thank you thanks. Thanks for having me. It's interesting because we began the way I think a lot of small businesses start which is not necessarily as a business. I got my first dog when I was in my late thirties. I never had a dog as a kid and I didn't know anything about them. His name was signed and he's the one that graces the packages of all of our food are signs on our kitchens and so on and he was an amazing dog. You know and I loved him and long story short. I was buying a premium kibble brand and I was purchasing it at a local PETCO in Newport beach. California and I went in one day and they. They didn't have the lamb veal and rice that I got him and so they were just out and that was the purple bag. I remember in so instead. I got the greenback which I remember paying for it and noticing that it costs the same as the lamp. That didn't make a lot of sense to me. I didn't really care but it a lot of sense like I don't eat meat but I'm pretty sure to go to the butcher anybody chicken and then you buy some land. We're GONNA pay more for the land than you do the chicken. So why didn't that translate and I was curious about it and I started looking into it and when I started looking into it I learned what is allowed to go into pets and when I learned what is allowed to go into pet food I instantly stopped feeding that to my dog later my dogs because I added one her name was Darla the German shepherd rescue both rescues cute. So yeah so. That's kind of you know discovering what was allowed to go into pet food and allowed to be in pet food. Scared me enough to say can be my dogs. That I'm just going. Make their food and myself and Andrea. My girlfriend then and now was longtime ago. You know we just started making their yeah. I mean I've been making food for my dogs for years and it takes a lot. It's a lot of work but you love them. You WanNa make sure. They're eating healthy. And then when I discovered just food for dogs through two of my veterinarians and friends that highly recommended that I switched to just food for dogs because everything was prepackaged and made fresh with whole food ingredients and it definitely piqued my interest. So I went over to your open kitchen in Union square which is so game changing and very cool and started buying them one of the delicious recipes that they literally remind me. I need to feed them four times a day or three times a day but they try for four but yeah they love it. I mean so it's really game. Changing I mean the way. You're disrupting the dog food space. Talk to me a little bit more about you. Know I know we were just you. Were just saying that you know you started making food for your dogs. And I make food for my dogs and I have a lot of friends that cook for their dogs. And you know. We're all busy entrepreneurs right but we make time make sure our dogs are healthy and you guys just made it so much easier so tell me a little bit more about that how it works. And what are some of the recipes shawl? I'll start with you know back to that discovery which led us to making the food and by the way we were making it wrong to begin with. But that's just how things start. You don't have to start you. Yeah and all of us. You know your friends you and me in the beginning. We're all making it wrong to be honest because dogs can't really get all the nutrition they need from food alone. Bennati like their own body weight in food every day so it turns out and you've got to supplement their food because they need way more of things like you know calcium phosphate or selenium and magnesium. They need different volumes than we do. It's not the same. And since they largely the same thing every day. We have a really mixed diet. They'll get nutritionally out of balance it'll take a couple of months You know but they will so now what we do is we supplement. Oliver died so that they could be fed for long-term feeding and they've gone to feeding trials and and which very few foods. Very few pet foods go through feeding trials. By the way lessons. I think right now in the whole country out of hundreds of brands So you know the best thing that you can do is really and I tell people this. All the time is don't buy. Don't buy your pet food from anybody including US and I'd love it if you buy our bet that's great but you don't need to what you need is you need a company that's willing to give away its intellectual property and There's been precisely one that I know of in the history of pet food and that's US and you make the food at home and you don't make dinner every night for your dog. You know people tell me this all the time. I don't have time to make food for myself. You just make it once a month and put it ziplock bags the size of their meal their day and you put it in the freezer right like table. Yeah exactly and you make a once a month now. If you have two. Great Danes in May not have been a freezer. You know to make us any. Yeah Yeah right so you know. It's the stuff that is allowed to be in. The food was iconic and alarming. And and it's the thing that shocks you into doing something different so poultry theses for example. We're allowed to put poultry piece. He's in the food as long as we dehydrated to avoid content not in excess of fifteen percent. That's quote that comes out of it. Used three fifty seven of the asko guide American Association of feed control officials and all kinds of chemicals that are allowed to go in at the peanut shells. Empty hallman shells for example. Empty peanut shells. They're not gonNA kill your dog but there's no judicial value and This horrifying well not only that You know as an industry. It has technically licensed. Pet food processor was what which is what we are. I can put it never would that I could put empty peanut shells ground up into your pet and I can call it vegetable fiber. I don't even call it empty peanut shells so you don't even know what it is. You're seeing vegetable fiber on on on the people. That's crazy our permission if he will mislead you. The public in my opinion is worse than any industry with which I've ever been involved it's staggering and this isn't your first company. I mean you're a serial entrepreneur who have launched many companies. So for you to say that. It's pretty huge. Oh yeah the regulations around things that I'd been involved with in the past for example food for humans are extremely strict extremely so even picture on a A label of food if you go into a store to buy food for you or your family. And there's a picture of grilled chicken grilled chicken breast on the cover of some label of something right. Do you know that you know that even if that chicken breast is exactly the same as the kind I use in the product? That's in the package if it steamed instead of grilled they're gonNa make me change that label. Yeah there are lots of regulations around human food. There is a huge movement around the globe of people examining what's going into the food. They're eating and the products they use so it only makes sense that this should be happening in the pet food industry as well there is a movement and the movement starts with us as Americans you know because I only really know the American market but us as Americans seeing and viewing our pets as family as opposed to an animal companion proven itself out in a large nationwide survey that the ASPCA does on a regular but infrequent basis every several years. I'm not sure how often they do it where they'll ask this question and there's three boxes you can check and just in the last few years it's turned the tide of believe it or not people like you and me we see. We've seen our our pets as our family for you know decades but as a country. It's only it's only become the number one way to view your Pets over the last few years and so what comes with that is then the way we treat them feeding them of course unbiased but I would. Argue is far more important than any other thing that you can do for them. Well it sets the tone for their life their health for everything exactly. It turns out that you know dogs and cats are not the only animals in the animal rain at of all the animals in the animal kingdom should eat a little brown pellet. You know if we think about like why are we feeding them? Little dried ballots there's no natural moisture content so it's actually worse for cats and dogs because they have an issue with water intake and the reason dates back to the US needing for perfectly good reasons related to war to ration metal and it became unacceptable for pet food companies to can that tended and have dry food to Ken pet so they had to come up with another way in purina which is Nestle they invented. What's called the extruder and a machine that can make the little brown pellets and You know there's a lot of depth there that bore you and your In your audience with it but that's where dry food came from and a lot of people back. Vince saw that as temporary right like like many taxes were supposed to be temporary was Kinda like a fixed for temporary thing and then they David go back to Canada. But you know once you start building these machines in once you have that. Profitability is large corporation. Now many multinational corporations it's very difficult to stop a multibillion dollar business which is what dog and cat food is in the United States about thirty billion thirty and a half billion dollars a year right now with very few people owning the majority of it. Nestle Mars Mars at the top and then smucker's And colgate Palmolive Our senator those are for the biggest for data. Yes wow I didn't. That's really interesting. The largest pet food company in the United States is imminent Mars. Okay Ashley his second. And then I believe Colgate palmolive and then I believe after that is smucker's and of course General General Mills As well so as you and I as you've just alluded to you and I and the rest of our co Americans consumed far less highly processed extruded food or cereals in the morning for breakfast. Like you know when I was a kid. Right on the seventies Curios Jato You know these factories have to do something. These these large you know supply chains have to do something with all of that that equipment. Yeah it's it's not even a question of like the dog food. It's a question of economic development correct. Yeah and I'm not trying to beat up on any particular companies but I think it's important to educate people about sort of like what the landscape has been for the past few decades and y. You know you're disrupting the space and just kind of people back on. I don't I don't I never knew that I'm sure a lot of my listeners did not know that. So Super Informative. Your dogs should essentially eat the same highly bioavailable fresh whole foods that we eat largely but it needs to be nutritionally balanced for them right and it needs to be of course absent of anything that would be toxic to their systems. Everybody knows about chocolate. But not everybody knows about macadamia nuts may not everybody knows about you. Know onions in these. You know some of the raisins and some of the thing grapes. That are can be toxic. To God's that are perfectly good for us but dober- for them you know speaking of dog food and the pellet in the hard food verse the whole food and the real food. I have always been curious about. How do you keep your dog's teeth healthy and does having them eat these hard foods Help to keep the plaque and tartar off their teeth. Or is it the same as say the way we you know? I mean we brush our teeth a few times a day. You know. I've heard that giving your dogs. Hard food helps them get the plaque off their teeth. I've heard mixed things about giving your dog bones whereas not giving your dog bones so I really am trying to find a solution so that might dog. Teeth are healthy and so his gums are healthy. And I don't need to have all of his teeth removed when he's ten years old. Which recently happened to me? How do you keep your dog's teeth healthy? It's a fantastic question around. What do we do to keep our dog's teeth healthy? Because I think you'd be hard pressed this day and age to find a vet. That still believes that eating crunchy food is somehow going to knock the plaque off the side of your dog Steve. So one of our veterinarians. It just died we have twelve. That's on our staff now He's board certified in veterinary toxicology and he gave me a great example. Some time ago witches. You know crunchy food is going to knock the plaque off the side of your t dog's teeth about as low as you eating a handful all every day okay. It just doesn't. It just doesn't work that way as our dogs live more like a family member. The answer is pressure. Dog's teeth now. Probably don't have to brush them as often as in. Brush our own. But that is the best way to keep a tartar. After the other way to do it is just to be eating a healthier food to begin with rain so ironically And I do not have any any proof of this. That just anecdotally. I believe that eating a soft real food diet. Not It's not because it's soft but a real whole food diet will actually build less tartar. To begin with the short answer is the best possible diet. You can give them. Doesn't matter if you make it or we make it really doesn't matter than difference and two person versus their teeth. Yeah I mean that makes total sense. I think that you know that's what I've been doing for the last few years. I've you know and yeah that makes sense. I mean you know. Some dogs. Don't like their teeth brushed and I just wonder how you know. Sometimes I see people whose dogs have great teeth and they've never brushed them and they eat whatever but YEP. That's not my luck. So but it's like people right like you have to you know everybody's teeth are different and your health is different and it really does go back to your diet. So it's true I mean there's there's there is their own DNA and make up. You know we get what we get we all have. We all have a friend who you know each pizza and drinks beer and yet she's one hundred and five pounds right exactly me like ten years ago. Now I'm like Holy God. I've got to get to the gym. This isn't working for me anymore. Yeah so you bring up. A good point also had something to do yes dogs but to the question around bones. Most that's will say. Don't let your chew on a bone because it's just not good for their teeth causes crack teeth which get into deeper dental issues. Yeah join just food for dogs. You know you have a lot of different recipes that you offer and you also have supplements in treats and all kinds of stuff. Tell me a little bit about your products and the different recipes that you offer her. Yeah so we what we do is really unique. Obviously everything we make this goes for the supplementation as that's a key factor. It's less sexy if you will 'cause it doesn't it doesn't have a kitchen and all of that but the nutritional supplementation that goes into the food is also human great so everything we make is. Usda FDA certified for human consumption but it's nutritionally balanced for docks so you'll find recipes like you know ground. Denison in squash and the rest of the PS will have Brussel sprouts like that winter carrots and The recipe `tatoes we potatoes chicken die chicken breast. All of it is food that we can. It's just very bland so you can taste it if you want and what what we do. Is We nutritionally balanced? We have a chief medical officer's been with me since probably six or ten months after I started the business Now runs the Vet Department is Dr Shabas and he was a professor in clinical canine nutrition. And I've found him running a Brennan the Animal Health Sciences Department of Major University in California and recruited him and he's been with us ever since so he oversees all of the creation of our food. Whether that's a treat or a food and you also have special food for dogs that are on like you know veterinarian diets or have certain health issues right. Yes so we make a whole line of daily diets for healthy dogs and then we have a line of that. Directed Diet sometimes called prescription diets right and For Dogs with Renal Disease Liver disease or dogs that have diabetes et Cetera. And those do require prescription and then last but not least. We do custom formulations for vets. All over the country for bloodwork and also you know whatever other data that they provide for us. So they might. Have you know a dog with multiple diseases and no provide all the blood? Work to our vets. Our team the vets and customize something toward them. And it's truly customized. Not just the ingredients. I've seen everything from you. Know Ostrich and scrambled eggs and cottage cheese with carrots right you know to radical diets. It only have two ingredients a lot of supplementation etc depending on the disease that that dog has and what we do is we can do one or two things either. Provide the the recipe we do all of the nutraceutical compounding or even pharmaceutical compounding on our own and provide that and then people make it home or we can actually make the food complete and that comes to them in thirty days. Worth of food packaged individually for each day for a given dog. So that's sort of the. It's generally for dogs. That are the way you've started. Your company is super interesting as well from a business perspective by marketing to veterinarians and building. Your database tell me a little bit about the veterinarians that are involved with your brand that are on your advisory board and that are recommending your product because it's it's super impressive. Yeah the number of veterinarians that recommend our product. We don't actually know the number. Were very confidence over. A thousand veterinarians nationwide. The ones that are on our staff are very Specifically selected so we have worn that sport. Certified Dermatology as you can imagine. Nutrition has very close connection to those that are suffering from different kind of dermatological issues. We have Two board certified Veterinary which that shouldn't surprise. Anybody we have one that sports certified in toxicology veterinary toxicology. These are very rare individuals. To say the least the number of board certified veterinary toxicologist in the United States is seventy two so more. Americans have actually gone to space than there are board certified veterinary toxicologist were very fortunate to have Dr John Texas as one of our staff veterinary is. He's also a professor in In toxicology so he's a brilliant guy and he overseas a lot of the things that you would imagine like you know how do what do we included. What do we not include? And what is the chain of custody of ingredients and so on so he has a hand in all those kinds of things So you know then. We have what we call. Gp General Practice Stats and they do everything from educate other vets to educate our staff. That's a big part of our our job when when when you have organization rather when somebody gets a job with US and they're gonNA work are kitchens or one of our pantries of which there are now over two hundred asian-wide they come to California and they go through a three or four day Session the three and a half days actually You know with our vets and they get a deep education so not picking on any of the other like a pet stores but sometimes when I go into a pet store I five lucky somebody can tell me where fish is. The fish food is and somebody can tell me where the cat food is rain. That's about it you know. I'll twelve our folks are a lot more educated than that which is why we've designed The company model to be as unique as the food itself so we are a direct consumer brand which is a bit of a misnomer in our case because that typically means that we do everything kind of hiding and then we said it in a box to your house right. we're not like that at all We're direct consumer two different ways. So you go to Petco where there's just food for dogs pantry. You'll find a ten by fifteen foot space. That's dedicated to just food for dogs. It's you know our equipment. It's our you know only are diesel. There in the most important thing is that. There's a nutrition consultant. They're wearing a black and white shirt that's has just food for dogs on it. They are our employees and they worked directly for US TODAY. Draw their salary and their health insurance and everything else from just food for dogs and most importantly to the customers is. They've been educated by our vet team. So they're they are if you ask them where the fish food they may or may not know but if you ask them about just food for dogs or just cats. They'll know everything that they need to know to help somebody. That is a super unique business model for the dog food industry and pet industry. It's it's really the ultimate business model for any brand that is going to be in a retail store right. I mean I think you want someone representing Your Company. That knows everything about it. That can really speak to your customers. Oh absolutely I mean. A lot of people don't know this our agreement there'd be no reason people noticed our agreement with PETCO for example. Petco came to us about three years ago. Two and a half years ago they came to us and they. They wanted to put our food their stores. We were flattered but our first response was that that really just wasn't at work because that's not our built and they said no this. We have a real dedication to nutrition. We're not just talking about it. We mean it and You know in what would you need and you know you can imagine That you know when you tell a company like that well look you know. We're going to need the keys to your stores. 'cause you know our employees are going to need to get in there and we're gonNA need to have our own area. They'd never done anything like that two years and then we said listen. We're GONNA need to have our architect come in. You know you're GONNA need to go down to the city. I'm going to need to tear up your store and turn it into a kitchen. You know in the case of Union Square and now the upper east side on eighty six LEX for doing the same thing inside of a PETCO and Little now we're in about one hundred twenty five. Oh my gosh. That's amazing but I have to say to their credit. I mean after the initial shock you know they. They loved the idea and said you know. Yeah let's do in two thousand ten. When you launched. Take me back rewind. And maybe what were some of the challenges when you started? Well the one thing I would say. That's pretty interesting is in the original plan which was finalized in April. Two thousand ten. You know it predicted that. Somebody and I predicted wrongly. But I predicted that it'd be petsmart would come to us in WANNA put kitchens in their stores. The reason I picked petsmart was because I believed at that time they had partnership with Banfield and so I believe that they would be more inclined to have individual partnerships and be open to putting things in their stores that were not just rows of kibble ended up being petco instead of Petsmart but the same concept is true. Which is that. They kind of woke up and said look things change. And we've got to change the world and I think that a lot of credit goes to PETCO for that so and yet to to give you one example of just how radical this is because you've described it as a disruption more than once and I think you're right you know I've had the same architect for many many years going beyond Just which dog before just for dogs and he designed this sort of you know doug kitchen the world's dog kitchen and I'll never forget you know the first few kitchens we built including the first one when we walked in you go to the city and you make an appointment and you go what they call a city planner and sit down with the planner role actor plans and you tell them what you want to build and when we did that the first few times they all did the same thing they sit on the other side of the table and they say oh you got a restaurant oh no it's a catering kitchen what is they. Don't know what it is right. There's no dining room. Kitchens down in the back to kitchens in the front you know. The parking ratio is for retail or for a kitchen or a restaurant. That don't know what to make of it because nobody's ever actually built one and now we're fortunate enough to have enough of them that you know we just bring them plans and photographs and documentation from other sins rate and say this is what we've done in Chicago and Seattle and San Diego in Los Angeles and San Francisco et Cetera. But yeah that's just how radical it is. I mean you had a vision. But people couldn't see it. Yeah I think that you know without sounding self celebrate. Tori. That's true. I think we all do at different times. Well you as just food for DOGS HEAD VISION. We did we. We believed that the world needed this and not to make any comparison between just for dogs and Apple. But you know. I don't think anybody told Steve Jobs that they wanted a flat screen computer semi phone type device. That could also do these other things. Nobody said we need an IPAD. Right you know the world didn't world tell him we need an IPAD and he wouldn't built it they didn't know they needed it. We all have one now and he just saw it before. Read it and I think just food for dogs saw this. I you know and said look dogs should not be eating a little brown pellets. Just food for dogs has done a great job. Scaling its business. It really does take five to ten years to build the business. And that's where consumers start to really notice what you're doing last year. You raised sixty eight million dollars in series C funding. So now you're growing and expanding even more. We are super thrilled with L. Cattaneo. They are private equity firm that we did a deal with almost exactly three years ago where he raised about twenty million dollars in that was the first round and that we did with them and when we raised money last year in the middle of twenty nine we talked to several private equity firms but L. Catterson wanted to double down on their investment. They believe in us. We believe in them. They'd been super helpful to us. So you know. Oh only say this. In in the in the example that that strengthens our relationship and the history that we've had with Catterson we could have gotten the money from other places but we we chose chose for us all to you know go even deeper together and we're thrilled with that. Now our you're talking about entrepreneurs and sometimes they last five years and sometimes ten years who realize that or others realized that you know didn't happen overnight. The scaling issue that you raised I would just able to scale yet. I can't take any credit for that because the best thing entrepreneurs can understand in realizes that they are entrepreneurs most of them including yourself for not CEO's so I hired a CEO four and a half years ago long before the first round of funding and certainly long before last year's funding and his name's Kerry Tischler and he was with a consulting company called McKenzie. And then he was also happened to be at Catterson. That's pure coincidence. Because he joined just log long before Katyn joint just future dogs and he is a brilliant young man. That knows lots of things that I don't know I won't live long enough to become as smart as he already is. So you know I brought him on board and he has been absolutely fantastic and critical to the issues that you just wisely raised. Which is how does a company scale the right way? So that they don't lose their footing and he's been instrumental. That's amazing but I have seen a lot of companies. Try to offer a fresh food for dogs. I think the secret to being successful or one of the secrets to being successful in offering whole food fresh food. That's frozen or people can pick it up you know. At a local kitchen is the ability to have the the employee's the staff the People Power that are their education consumers and also the ability to have the kitchens. Yeah we think so too so we think we think so too we. We think that there's you know. We know the businesses today worth about thirty billion dollars. That's dog and cats only then only in the you said just food for cats. You also have food for cats. We are called just future dogs. But we've got we've got so many requests for cat food mostly from our existing customers that have dogs and cats right that we some years ago started doing that. And it's been a it's been a real success and I take tie ins you catch are a tough audience and you know we were supposed to come out with three recipes. We ended up coming out with one because all three were super healthy but two of them had cats did like it. They're not. They're not so easy to praise a got two more coming out so it just takes longer to do that but I think there's also a really important point that you're raising with regard to competition. We have competitors now and this is really really a good thing. So you've got in the last two three years something like that. Farmers Dog Nam Nam now One called Ali one called plate and these guys are coming around and they're making fresh whole food like we are now doing differently than we are. We believe that we have the right way to do this. But it we need competition we need competitors because the dogs and cats are going to be the winners here. No one company is going to own the entire thirty billion dollars for business and it never happens that way nor should it right but but one thing's for sure my lifetime we're going to look back and say remember when we used to feed her dogs. Those little brown ballots. Oh my God what were we thinking? Yeah it's and that's coming and in order for that to come you know you don't have to play three dimensional chess to figure out there. There's gotta be a bunch of companies doing different versions of what we do. Now we have vets on our staff. They tend not to they tend to you know. Pay That who then will be either advisor or maybe doesn't within the same state much less reports work every day we've been published in peer reviewed in three seminal studies that have been executed by independent universities around the country including University of Illinois Western University. That school cal poly Pomona and others. So we're very science based evidence based feeding trials in hand. We have kitchens where you can go visit your food being made. They don't again not picking on anybody. They're just different business models and you've great customer service we do if you pick up the phone and you call. You'RE GONNA get a human. I'm not a machine. Yeah well we and we love hearing that I mean we. It's it's we have a really unique company and we're very very fortunate. Because it's just chock full of people like yourself that that love their dogs and it's you know Half chocked full of people that are you know like the fans of rescuing you know doing as much as we can for rescue getting back in that regard. It's we're a community or a movement were a belief system if you will to certain degree you know we can also send your food to you at your own. A dry ice recyclable box. Just like the other guys. I sometimes. We'll go to union square a lot of the time. It's so much easier to have it delivered every three weeks. Actually I definitely them more than they should have. I know I shouldn't but I do. I just feel bad. He literally come to me. You know when they're hungry if I'm home working and they're just like staring at me whining at me and I know I shouldn't be manipulated but I am. I was just reading the other day. A great you know interesting. Statistic you know And it was a Harvard Some regular pet Research and the the number of obese or overweight adult humans is almost identical to that of dogs in the United States. So sometimes it's related to the human. Sometimes it's not but my point. Is that you know. Our dogs are overweight. And there's really no reason that they should be because we make their decision for them. Yes so don't feed my dog too much. You don't feed them too much because it makes a big difference. You know in their in their health and your wellbeing unless they're skinny in their underweight. That's you know unless that's the definition of looking like they're hungry than they're not just wearing it. Yeah yeah they just want more food working you so speaking of business and Entrepreneurship and scaling a business. I mean this is not your first company. You are a well-versed seasoned entrepreneur and founder. What were the other companies that you built and sold and when you start something is it always based upon or inspired by a need in the market that you have personally seen or is there? Is there something else that inspires you? Historically I have started businesses remained a part of businesses where I rightly or wrongly have identified that there is a need for the business as opposed to something that I was personally passionate about which is kind of interesting. I don't know maybe. Most entrepreneurs are starting businesses in a subject matter for which they are personally interested now financially. These have worked out to varying degrees fairly well for me but never before just for dogs. Have I been involved in a company that I genuinely was personally passionate about? When I was very young my friend and I had a small company that was like a bike bicycle accessory company I owned a minority interest in that and we sold it to another company that was also at the time very small but I joined that company and it grew substantially. You know I think you know. They're about twelve us in the beginning when I got there and when I left there were up one hundred and that was about a five year ride and I was interested in starting my own thing that I owned one hundred percent of and one of the you know in that bicycle company. I was responsible for the branding. The advertising those kinds of things and I was fascinated by and interested in the world of advertising agencies and PR agencies and this was the late nineteen eighties and So I started a advertising. Pr Agency that. I ran and owned for eleven years and sold it to another agency That was a fantastic. Ride is a lot of fun very challenging as you might imagine I. I have some experience in PR agencies. Yeah that was my first business. I mean I still do that. But it's yeah it's a different world. We we handled you know we handle national accounts exclusively we. We did some things that we're finding that day back to the nineties. Like for example much was made out of the final episode of the TV show. Seinfeld and There was a million dollars to run. You know a TV commercial which we did and we spent a million dollars creating TV commercial. That rant wants in spend a million dollars running it for the client you know and so we did a lot of these kinds of things you know it was. It was challenging a lot of fun and financially rewarding. But it's not like I had a history in that but it helps you for help you for your business now. Yeah and it helped me for the next business. Which is the only business I ever purchased. Which was luxury goods manufacturer that was based in? England is the oldest manufacturer baby strollers in the world and it was very under leveraged in certain parts of the world including North America. So you know when I bought that I did so with the intent of rebranding it and watching it in the United States and other markets and that was again very challenging but rewarding. But I don't have kids and I don't have necessarily passion around luxury baby goods that said I ended up selling it to the second largest toy company in England who wanted to get into the baby goods business and so it was financially. Gratifying if you will. But that's it was just a money thing and then last but certainly not least was just food for doubts. Which was you know just from listening to you. Describe your other businesses and this one. That sounds like it's like really authentically you. It is at the one hundred percent right about that. Those were businesses. And you know everybody has to make a living man you WanNa feel successful in you. Want to be responsible for jobs and creating jobs and having a a good culture and all of that but that is not the same. You know a deep caring for in this case the ultimate benefactor. And I'm not just referring to you know what just food does rescue and the money and the goods that we give away. I'm referring to just all dogs. You know changing an industry that Lee sets the objective. What are some of the things that you do to give back? I know that's a big part of the company with just food for dogs. Yeah I mean it's you know if I'm really if I'm really just bluntly frank you know we've had lots of internal discussions around you know what we should talk about how we give away one percent something I you know. Honestly we've given away a lot more that we don't put anything on packages. We don't necessarily advertise if we don't hide it either But we work with rescues all over the country and we provide cash donations. We gave away hundreds of thousands of dollars last year. I don't know exactly you know how much we provide. Food other support for rescues were very rescue oriented and we limited to two dogs and cats We may do something more formal. I'm on I'm on the board of Foundation that was created by one of my now business partners in just food for dogs and last year we purchased a piece of property in Laguna Beach California. And we are currently building upon that property world class rescue from scratch so it's not like a converted elites purpose built building. It's about nine thousand square feet and it will be dedicated to dogs. That are seniors and any indoor handicapped. But it'll be a great experience family experience where you if you have children or even if you don't have children and you want to rescue dog. He wanted to adopt a dog. If I had a bigger government I would rescue thousands of dogs. I pick them right. That's kind of like my my business partner. You know. He and his wife have four dogs. Three of them are handicapped. This is essentially. We hired an architect that is building a beach house but it's not a beach house just looks like a beach. House Looks Second Beach House. Is that where your offices near Laguna Beach for a live in Newport Beach? Yeah and then Sometimes and then I also live in Scottsdale so I kind of go back and forth depending on the weather and it sounds amazing. Sounds really cool. It's called unconditional. Construction should be done in about eighteen months. And it's really a unique place because it's it's got the right combination of an architect that builds hospitals and architect builds upscale homes in within the Beach. And a veterinarian. That's board certified shelter medicine so everything from the colors of the walls to the materials on the floor to the Elevator. That takes the dogs to the the clinic. to the rooftop deck where you can visit with your hopeful future fan for like family member or in our case a lot of three legged family numbers You know it's just a totally different experience. You know that's really wonderful to be able to do that. I'll make sure you get an invite to the grand opening. It'll be sure that would be amazing. And so what are some of the big lessons as someone who is a successful entrepreneur and founder building? This incredible company that you're building. What are some of the big courier lessons that you've learned along the way? Yeah I would say for me. The single biggest lesson. Is You understand what you don't know what you aren't. I brought up Carrie Fisher earlier in this interview the now CEO that I hired for years ago To run just food for dogs. Most of US entrepreneurs are very good at starting companies. I think fewer of US including me as an earlier version of myself are willing to recognize that it's not a sprint and it's not a marathon. It's actually a relay race. And we have to hand the baton off to somebody and you have to know when to hand off at baton and by the way to could come a time when that next person you know depending on size scope you know lots of you know international etc. There could be a time when that next person has to understand when to hand off the baton and too many of us entrepreneurs think that because we're really good at starting something that what is bestowed upon us is the ability to run the thing that we started. It's not always the case that's a wonderful lesson to learn. I hope people learn it early on as an entrepreneur. I think I just started to learn that in the last few years about myself and about starting projects and building concepts and then letting them go and letting the other people that are good at taking it to the next level take it to the next level. It's a tough lesson as an entrepreneur. 'cause sometimes like you're passionate about what you're doing and it's kind of hard to let go but if you want it to grow you need to bring in the team step back in the days. People used to key accused especially top notch. Board-certified like surgeons in human medicine. They haven't had this. You know supposedly God complex. Because they're so fantastic. What they did that they thought they were gonna be fantastic and everything else and you know in the last twenty. Twenty five years rightly or wrongly deservedly or otherwise entrepreneurs at a fair bit of Accolades if you will or recognition and we have to make sure we don't do the same thing we have to understand that we have a role to play that role. It's enough now. Look in the mirror and be proud of having done that. You don't have to have done everything else. Yeah it's true very true. That's great advice and speaking of advice and business. My most important question which I saved for last was health and exercise obviously. I'm sure somebody who is as busy as you also has some kind of health exercise wellness routine that you try to include into your life to kind of you know fuel you for success in all the other things that you do I do. And but it's not overly Unique I belong to a very Nice Health Club near my office in my home in Newport Slash Irvine and I also belong to one you know here in Thais Valley Scottsdale and I do. What so many other people do. I try to get to the gym and work out Several Times a week so that I Am Not overweight. I'm in decent shape. I don't smoke. Drink Gamble. Play Golf. Watch sports or have kids so the other thing. I do work a lot. Have you always been somebody who goes to the gym and tries to get your workouts in? Has There Ever Been Gazette? You're sort of go to exercise. It is yeah I in fact the one that Belong to now it's it's changed names a couple of times over the past decades it's now in equinoxes but when I joined it it was a private club and I've been a member ever since I joined in nineteen ninety one. Wow so I may Whatever it's called you know original member of that that club. That's that's so funny. How does it fuel you for success? Like how does exercise kind of fit into the mix in your world? Well I don't know technically what happens to the brain but we all know the effects of it. Something happens that clears our mind whether it's the neuro transmissions making unique connections or or lack thereof. Something happens not just body the muscles the the legs the arms the torso the CIA brain when you work out and I like. I Say I'm not an expert but I know that it it makes you think better at always has made me think better we all know ourselves and other people that get home at the end of the day and say oh bombed. I didn't work out today that nobody has ever gotten home at the end of the day. It said wow. I'm really bummed. I worked out today. Those words it never crossed anyone's lips and the reason for it is because we just have this in eight knowledge that it's good for us as a whole. I think I would have to agree with you on that. How do you find time to to work out? You put it in your schedule do you. Do you just go to the gym like when you have like as an afterthought or is it like sort of a priority for you. How do you make the time to get to the gym? I don't put it in my schedule and I'm really fortunate because you could almost walk there from my office provide and from my home in Newport. It's also the short drive so I'll literally if there if something gets cancelled. Her changed in my day at the office across the street and and do a quick workup. Otherwise I can always find time in the evening. That's great. What's next for just food for dogs. We're going to open close to two hundred nine hundred fifty eight hundred seventy five more locations this year and we're well on way with that. That's thanks to the series C funding. That you just raise last year. You're expanding yeah. The the whole sixty eight million you know. It's not like I bought a boat goal. Sixty eight million went to the balance sheet so 'cause you know there are nobody that there are quite a number of people now that own equity in just weeks dogs and I don't think anybody's looking to sell right now. All Be Smilin. She which helps feels growth are you? Would you ever franchise? Has that ever been like something or it's just not your business model at all like down the road. We've discussed it. We have disgusted and there are some advantages to that because are true. Mission is it. It's true I know people say this but in our case it's not just a marketing. Wine is absolutely true that the number one thing we do is we introduce make dogs live longer healthier lives and the second most important thing we do is make money and like number two is pretty important you know. Take on a list of twenty things still number two but it's number two. It's not number one when you think about franchising for example you'd think about how many more dogs you can touch. How much quicker you can do that. Right that's why Robson. Yeah Yeah it's a great question but the problem with it is that it's really difficult model to to franchise because it seems simple but that's not the complexity of making the food When you're doing it the way we do it is is actually significant. Actually much easier to make it at home. It is the way we do it right now. Are All of our locations are owned and controlled by us? We've we've only really discussed any kind of a deal where somebody took like a master in other countries. We are helping Australia right now. We're not selling it. We're not doing it for money or anything. We're just helping them out the largest chain of pet stores in Australia's called pet barn. It's like the PETCO of of of Australia. And then they also own green cross. Which is the largest chain that hostels in Australia? And we're teaching them and showing them how to do what we do down there just for the benefit of the dogs were not even getting out of it. That's we're letting them use our recipes. We just told them. You can't call it just food production. It'll be the same recipes. That's great well. I wish you the best of luck and I will continue to feed my dogs just food for dogs. It's really been a game changer. For me personally because I was making their food. I definitely felt like I was missing. Certain things that probably they needed. And I'm not an expert so when my veterinarian told me about just food for dogs I ran over to Petco and got some food. So thank you for creating. This company will thank you thanks for thanks to be interviewed and also thanks for a customer. Thank you so much shawn for thank you. Thanks again for tuning in tomorrow on the move. If you like what you hear leave us a five star review in Apple podcasts. Follow us on social at Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram and Marnie sal up on twitter head over to our website. 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Dr. Gaurav Jain, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Scientific Sense

41:19 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Gaurav Jain, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

"Welcome to the site of accents podcast. Where we explore emerging ideas from signs, policy economics, and technology. My name is Gill eappen. We talk with woods, leading academics and experts about the recent research or generally of topical. Interest. Scientific senses at unstructured conversation with no agenda or preparation. Be, color, a wide variety of domains red new discoveries are made. and New. Technologies are developed on a daily basis. The most interested in how new ideas affect society. And help educate the world how to pursue rewarding and enjoyable life rooted in signs logic at inflammation. V seek knowledge without boundaries or constraints and provide unaided content of conversations bit researchers and leaders who low what they do. A companion blog to this podcast can be found at scientific sense dot com. and. Displayed guest is available on over a dozen platforms and directly at scientific sense dot net. If you have suggestions for topics, guests at other ideas. Please send up to info at scientific sense. Dot. com. and. I can be reached at Gil at eappen Dot Info. My guest today stopped a goat of Jane. Who is an assistant professor of marketing of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He Switzerland examines of individuals, make judgments, estimates, and decisions if the absence of complete inflammation. guttural. Thank. You thanks a lot girl. It's my pleasure. Sure. So I want to start with one of our recent peepers of fluency and perceptions of decision making. invite you say lucidity consistently finds that fluent stimuli in marketing communications a better better light at more trusted. Than more difficult process simulate. So what do you mean by fluence tonight? So basically fluency a stands for the ease of processing any information that you become exposed to. Suppose I just told you display of the definition of fluency that has information for you. If I had said that said disinformation in extremely scientific domes, it would be less fluent flew. In a marketing context, suppose your eating a particular advertisement. Printed meant for parental. In a magazine. That advertisement if the inflammation is very difficult for you to process, it will be less fluent. In. Many many ways in which fluency of. On. The opposite disfluencies can be manipulated by market is Important is linguistic fluency. It is about the language. So, if a message uses a lot of complex language, it becomes linguistically disfluent of the method uses simple language that people can understand. It becomes linguistically fluent. These second is conceptual. Fluency, fluency Avenida suggests it depends on the kind of concept has been trying to explain tried to explain. The concept is a very difficult do understand a concept. It is a disfluent concept. Most important of all, I should say most important for marketers point of view, it's a sexual fluency. Market deals can leave the formed. All. The background color and foreground contrast and many of the aspects. But Zip jewel aspects of of the message. Make it easy to process by the customers are difficult process by the customers. So that is known as sports central fluency ease of processing information is fluency. Lack of that ease. This. Fluency. Okay. Okay. So it makes makes sense Yousef flew designs are better. A better from a marketing perspective. And I guess it may have some connection to there's a general understanding that if the brain takes more power it tends to not like that. So generally people like to process information quickly and more easily. And so this is sort of in the same direction rate. So more fluent I I completely agree with you on that. Gil. So basically, we are cognitive misers by dot I mean that human beings. Like to. Spend a lot of cognition. On. Things which can be done with ease. So we don't like to spend a lot of mental power in your words if they're not required. So yes, for decades fluency has been shown. To increase customers did use though high fluency associated with higher customer doctored yards. On the reasoning behind that is vendors east, of processing information. People feel a physical effect in their body. Back ethic or that good feeling. Of Processing Information Really. Easily. Is. The object, it can be the product, it can be service, it can be the brand. Be. In this paper however. In this paper, I have actually shown something which can be seen as the opposite of fluency that is this fluency. trying to choose a laptop from neutron door you have been given three options on your zero Donald Three options. And the thing is the information about all those three options is given to you in a difficult to read font. So they are actually precipitously disfluent. Because the information fluent, he will take a lot of time to process that information. And because of that, not truly, you will be a lot of even coming to a decision. Now later on after I'm delay. You will actually like your Dec- can the desert of your decision much more because you will actually forget The source of the. We will actually forget why you had taken so long to make the decision. You will only Memba that you had expanded a great deal of foot in making a decision. On as human beings, there's a lot of research which shows. You know we view. Things on which we expend. A motive foot on the many people I can name the the classic. Of We're justification by FINGAL. So. That was the finding of this study that in context of Joyce. If the make things disfluent. Over what dime start liking the resort of much more because they forget. That that they had taken time due to the this fluency. So So you have a choice between two things. One of is fluent one of MS disfluent. The most likely choice is going to be the flu in one because of just a call into processing needed to make that decision obscurity. But. What you're saying also is that in a situation where both of them are disloyal. it is it is likely that decision makers going to take more time. But the decision makers. Will be satisfied with the decision. Because somehow efforts spent was justified do actually go to that process absolutely value there taken more because they will all that might be available quarter of decision I had taken. Time on the disease. This huzzah of managerial implications for the dealers now, if you really chronic store. And VR are concerned about whether you pick up a Samsung Galaxy book their new line of Laptops or whether you pick up HP, spectacle? Of. In speed on. But they are more concerned that a customer who has walked in the store to pick up one computer. At the same buying, you know that chronic Stewart and lose a lot of money when customer later during the product for eight or ten days. They have to set it as an open box never sell the park is an open box they to a our money on that So, this particular strategy of making things abyss ruined can nate degrees audit don't because it will definitely increase both parties satisfaction. Okay, okay. So it does lot implications on the marketing side. it also has some implications as you say, in in sort of in, business context rate. What you're saying more gently is that. people feel they have done a good job. If they have done a if this spend a lot of effort. In a in a situation where the choices offered choices I sort of equally complicated sodas. Yes. So. So the alternative they would be in a situation about choices are equally simple. it'll be sort of a random troy's and in your in your computer laptop as example, you would. You would. Argue that if everything is written and really simple to understand, they make a choice it quickly the take one home, but the likelihood of them returning lot highest. Oke Okay. And so what's the? What's the prescription for Shaw was I am the one who just you know work on research paper they are just tools. Of Nor. Do can be directly used without understanding the context is doing the word. So I will be video will give a general prescription. I'm often up by companies to you know for certain solutions in certain contexts. Slow here based on the situation. Based on the context, I can give the prescription. I'm just I'm just looking that cushion. Yeah Yeah I mean there's sort of dame dealer gas fix here too if. you know if the if the different computer manufacturers have a choice as to cover the display their products. A hub, the do that is is really related to others. Absolutely. Absolutely, and just to make the Game Theory problem were complicated. Every comfortable manufacturer has a separate has a different kinds of a laptop lines. Debt has been on has experienced a dead has vostro so. You know how actually? Control the fluency of messages for each of these lines can be for them well. Right play played. So I guess blink back the simpler idea a fluency customer actually actually likes that. So in the Dell case, multiple lines and if they have a need to push one line. either. Because of high levels of supply or. Better profit margin. So whatever do they actually You know sort of do this on one line not others basically, I'm not sure whether whether companies are in the times are. Fluency. As a strategy on using fluency of the strategy for sure. But in your question, you're asking me whether they make one line fluent and the other disfluent. Any large short, any companies using disfluencies as a tool as of now. All right. So again. The onto production will be something that I'm not aware of. Okay. Let's jump dwellings of. numeracy, and allocation behavior insights using a dictatorship. you say you investigate how the numeracy. Influences individuals, allocation of resources, beginning themselves and others using the backdrop of today's dictator game. What exactly dictated game is an economic game obviously in the game do you suppose I am Blair? The experiment experimental. Gives me. Ten dollars. And my does is Give some amount of. Money to you. We were unavoidably. Now. I control the allegations as player one. So I have been those Aiken, keep some of it and I can give you some of it. And there's Absolutely nothing that player to which in this case is you can do about it. So You know in a completely normative sense I could not give you anything. and. Myself and in a completely normative of. scenario you should be happy if you get any non zito among anything about either should be happy. But even then it has been shown that. In a game lear one. Gives some money to Blair to. About, thirty percent. So in this table of what he had done, we had used this context of dictator game. On. The scene the concept of numeracy in what is numeracy Simply means that retake. Lot entities which are described by bigger numbers are bigger and manion yields. Which? If I, see that I have von year who took the papal worth I have three sixty five days to run in the paper. I will feel that I have a lot of time when you tell me, I have three sixty, five days on people. Because three sixty five happens to be a big number. Again. You would also be biased as something that has been shown before as well by multiple jobs in the area. We have shown in rosty effect in the context of allocation. And what better game to use in the context of allegation than victory. So in this paper, what we showed was. That if you give me ten dollars if the experiment to. Lead one ten dollars. I asked me. To allocate some money to. Yes, I will be giving like about. Three dollars to two, which is in line with or after suggestion budget of Degnan if you tell me. That I've been given cousin sense who Calls in Saints Relegate. Ivan giving giving less money. To the other player. So. That's Yeah so So. So so festival the dictator game. So the. Location the dictator makes is sort of fairness. recent rate. So that is what expectation as. You said been you have. many cutouts sense Is thousand jobs when you thousand sense. they gave they give less up presumably because if they give three hundred. Sense it's it looks bit you. I'm certainly. On the Canto? Won't they also think that the remaining seven thousand, one, hundred, seventy? Three over again, I can't agree more with you. So what we had done in this paper, we had separate obviously every everybody has through these. So in this paper, another study in one of the other studies what we done. We head off participates to focus on their own share and not on the other person's shoes. So. Instead of asking them how much money you will give player be we asked them I'll watch you keep for you also of. Again in this in this case, going with the audition. But actually get less money for themselves. In, the same condition and ended ended up allocating more money to the other person in the sense condition. Still because again, like you rate dimensioned similar things seem big. The said, yes, it is pretty big. Let me just reduce that. The focus. acted of the moderator if the focus is on player, do since condition resulted in this money player to the focus is on bear one, it himself or herself US condition resulted in more money or. Right. Right. So. Yeah. I am so wanted at both of these papers on this one more than the other the previous one did you look at any sort of controls like education or scientific professional know what they were did you see any difference between you know people with PSD's and so on on just Just Thinking Aloud. Don't have this. Your numeracy now numerously alerts. Yeah. It's its own similarly roster debate. So very different concept numeracy means how comfortable with concepts of mathematics. so by your gender, stand whether you know. How comfortable with people out with mathematics will affect. Gorge. In this day, but we have not looked at any controls as such based on your numeracy. Yes if I incite other people's. Than numeracy often plays. A role in inflaming biases, my third people which I was on framing attribute. On some vote by other soldiers, which shows at numeracy. Gan, many times, influence, the effects that I have shown. So people who are extremely. High on numeracy. Will probably less they will be less You know I should say. We will see the effect less with dot population with numeracy because immediately. it'll be very difficult for for us for the experiment does to make them focus on only one player. They will be focusing on both players simultaneously. Right. go to I. Think the I figured out the issue what issue might be it might be Do you have the warrior on your computer too loud I think it might be a feedback issue. Can you please? Okay okay. So so so you mentioned the at Butte streaming papers get into that. So that is entitled. Revisiting attributes framing the impact of number but roundnose on framing. and. So you're looking at you say become better impact around known round numbers using a communication message on consumers, evaluations and judgments to its associated targeted you WanNa talk a bit about. What that be so attribute framing will actually Sean by two of my waters uttering Lebanon Getty Gate even before I was born, it was in early nineteen, hundred s they had shown their demonstrated attribute framing i. let me explain what is attribute framing before I get to the findings of my paper. So supple. Let's say you are writing a friend of yours for dinner. And you want me fla, Sonya for your friend. On you go to the market look for beef. Now. Many of the beef options in the supermarket maybe labeled as eighty percent lean beef. On theme at the same time, some beef can believable. Uh, twenty percent fat to be. Now depending on what you're looking. Eighty lean beef as when he was in fat beef. They are objectively seem. So similarly eighty. Eighty students cheating in an exam same as twenty percents you're not cheating in the exam. It wasn't successfully same as twenty percent failure rate. So these are attributed frames. Coming back to the example. If you are looking for a lean option, a healthier option. You will you are more likely to pick up? The beef which is labeled as edibles lean. Because, you will think that eighty was lean. Beef is healthier than principles in fire beef. Just because lean as attribute is related to. The. Fat has been shown to related to tasty. If you are looking to are looking for a tastier. Beef. You are more likely to big the windy percent fat piece. So, this was attribute framing. Now. I keep you in a reframing has been shown many many times last three of three to four tickets. On it is used by marketeers all. Whether they, want to. Lose weight. Or whether you want to get into a great shape these are the attributes that a gym were coming. What I have done this bigger. I iced. That in all the a sewage bay bulls in a guide meal. On as well as in the corporate. World. People generally use round numbers but attributed framing. The was. Going with example. Daily was eighty lean art when he wasn't fat ninety was lean art and was in fact only commutes. I started focusing on numbers because these numbers are unimportant art often attribute frame. Yes Is Important Lean was extremely important but even the number of any useful part of these attributes. So might as laws. Really. Make a difference if instrument using eighty Boson Andreotti specic numbers. Such as eighty one point fights explosion on point four, four percent. On any other specific numbers will that make a difference? Will it increase attribute framing Willett decrees attributed framing? And this people got Publicity Medical Jonah because he found some surprising and some really really interesting. Findings. More found is that in a between subject experiment? reform that. People generally. Thing that eighty one point five, six, both in lean beef is less lean than Eddie was lean beef. Which is definitely wrong. So, using specific numbers. was actually decreasing the attitudes of consumers towards the target. In the wanted France well as indeed. Negatively. So is it I don't know if he can You can answer. This is because it's more complex basically. Found the underlying gathered for this. We had like multiple studies. On. Most of these studies were to explain the and this people became got published in a journal. Just because he was would explain the underlying catterson. Phenomenon was interesting going to the underlying Laker, mention. people steps to. Foster. For Specific numbers. A more difficult to to be processed. More important than that. Specific numbers in such contexts. Wanted ancient ask us. Message as you know, there's eighty percents success rate of this particular strategy it was in doesn't even cash Eighty one, point, five, six percents success rate that number will definitely catch might've? The moments something catches my attention. I dragging other strategies strategies to show out specific numbers catching mortgage. But then what happens when something catches my attention I have to make sense of it entered. something. Has Got Mad Asian I actually have to make sense of it. How can I make sense of of number eighty, one point fights explicit on any of the number. I immediately, I immediately compared with the ideal number. Now, what is the ideal? Ideal percentage of lean beef, it's hundred wasn't lean beef is entered. So I've been completed Idi one point, five six was in line with hundred. And we sure multiple studies this comparison step. I LEO BE Will always fall short. Of the the ideal. Beef. And why this beef gets realized. Using specific numbers in the positive frame in the lean frame is bad. Now let's see what happens on the negative on the other side. Suppose Insulin of using cranky in Beef I. Say. This beef is bidding point four percent fat beef. Yup. I will competed directly with Zero Button Fried beef. Yup. Yup But. But I wondered I'm just thinking about myself I. See that. Might instinctual reaction would be around that up. maybe maybe both happen. Yes. So basically is a lot of in numerical combination of shoes, human beings when they don't have enough. Motivation. the accuracy Yep But many times. It does not happen. That's why. Aren't. Rising. Success would. If people start rounding up, you know prices like five point nine nine dollars will be quoted as six dollars nobody even be using are writing, but we see that ought rising on US everywhere. So. Yes. Be booted owned but more often than not they don't, and that's why you know Art Pricing is so prevalent marketing. Will be short of solid that people are trying hard to make sense of the numbers the. When we did I dream study looking at these numbers for longer duration. They had a big large that they had a higher member of these MOUs which means a quarter. Of A. They could compare. And they would actually competing these numbers with ideas numbers and we also tested that using our some of our studies. you know people did Norte even see the word hundred wasn't lean. Still recognize hundred lean. Of Midi Fos speed which means that hard hundred lean recently. We did I mean these rules that? The. Studies what a bit complex for me to explain them and such a shortage of fame. But the point was that people were actually trying to compare. These, attributes these. nonren- attributes the ideal attributes and that's why they would penalizing. The objects. Donald Rents in so. If, the prescription one would think that the prescription from our side is not don't use. Not Use Non. Numbers at all, but this prescription is not right. In many cases. You vaunt attitude towards dog it brought to go lower. That you want an organization. Which warns people to. Use Smoking. So Instead of saying that you know about eight percent. children will be suffering from Asthma Youtube on smoking. We should actually give. The accuracy the. Real numbers. The seven point eight do in children will suffer from. US Amadiyah to Bassett smoking. The attitude toward smoking smoking will go down in this case. That's because again. The comparing seven point. Zero. That's And Iran number it's almost like a sort of a lazy. the brain is not catching it just sort of filing it away. and not thinking about it venue, add complexity to it. You are then forced to analyze that number so to speak and then begging analyze it, you have you have A. a number that you think. You don't have any any context. If I give you some context probably will use that information, but in the absence of any information you. Move to worth information that is more. That is Most availability. So So we talked about Three different things. into himself marketing communications. and both in terms of pricing in terms of people making decisions. If you sort of combine all of this in in conclusion Goto, you know. How would you? What would be your view as? Somebody is thinking about pricing and communicating a new product. Let's say it's a completely new product. What would be the features? Both of that communication as the last place I would strongly say that you know what? Right if I see all these findings. By Single Lens. I would say that numbers have a language of their own. So numbers are not only used to communicate quantitative. Properties. But they have associations. Some numbers can be kind some numbers can be cruel. Some numbers can be shop some numbers can be smooth. Some numbers can be feminine some numbers can be masculine. And all these associations are studying in the field of pneumatic mission. And you might have Gog nation studies many of other. Aspects of numbers apart from these associations. I would say that you know coming to integration when. A when somebody's coming up with a new product? Should be using numbers. Video Dining on the bryce yes. They should do the pricing research I'm a marketing research. Prophesy spent like classes of semester on pricing research. How should? A company decide on the pricing but At the end when you have come down the number. Think about that number as. How how actually show your pricing? Is it a good idea to show that you You will get twelve Ben's for six dollars Or should go and see that he will get one dozen what six dollars. Or? I would go a step further. And I ost the company to think. Next should you see that I'm we are giving you twelve pence dollars or you say? We are giving you. A The offered six dollars for what will pen. Wash, should be harder. Did result in marketing. Marketing which looked at these kinds of effects it is it's a medical clinic in. These kind of. So I would say do. I would say that use the numbers very very carefully because they have their own associations and numbers are not only. Included by communicating pricing. Even even irrelevant sounding numbers such as issue number CD number of a product. Or the number. These are the numbers that can. Impact on Zuma's judgment, you must decision making. In one of my other people's, which is a part of which part of my dissertation I looked at the presence of numerical. Now we all know about physical landmarks. if I if you. Ever, come to you know Albany drive where my universities located in capital region of New York. And asked me V two R B I. Undo are the oldest any will feed in uniting. You can ask anyone. You would say, no, I don't want to ask anyone. And I will tell you. Okay. Let me the will explain you. The way to Rpi it'd be something like this. Route seven you will see a clock tower. Right from that right. After the clock hour, you will come across a sooner gas station. In a left from that gas station, you will come across a old. Lady Blake Judge, and so on. Basically, I would be using the landmarks. And these landmarks are very, very water important in spatial cognition. And they have certain properties physical landmarks. Can Be record very easily. Gach attention. Inflammation associated with these physical landmarks is ordered in a brain at greater depths. Why will know the ivy? No that the George's electric church off about any of the building on that road not not color of that building. And most importantly, these physical landmarks an nods. They can nudge you to make a decision. So in this book, of Mine. I wondered. Whether numerical cognition will have certain features similar to spatial got mission. Because you know it has been shown. that. A new medical commission is associated with can in many ways in fact, the you view the same article metrics we use the same parts of the brains, due process face and to process numbers. Does that mean that we will have pneumatic landmarks as well. Deflate have spatial inbox. Does that mean that these species landmarks will also have these medical landmarks will also have similar properties. Are there any numbers which can be Gortat number Brin with greater details? Are, the numbers which got are ancient and more importantly can there be any numbers which can nudge me to make a decision. So. This is what I've shown in that particular people into the bottom of my dissertation. On coming back to your question. Even Italy. Looking numbers. Make. ME. Make can actually nudge me to make a decision. Because some numbers can actually act like learned landmarks. So what's the basis for that I can't think of a sort of evolutionary basis for it So so what do you think is the basis for basically a Re. Did Not look at the reasoning. Pneumatic landmarks are associated with speech landmarks just because there has been a lot of research yet which has dot the reasoning on as you mentioned a lot of it against evolutionary based language and. So when we will devolving, you know the first thing we had to take care of all space in time to understand the concept of space in dying I'll far should I actually throw the adult will hit the deer. Are How much time do I have left before the Sun Sets Before I actually get to my cave back. So. We started having our you know the article. Hardware in. Our mind. Started evolving thought. Space and time. and. Then later on we start, we had to make sense of other things such as society such as relationships numbers. Across different modalities different concepts. And human beings all you know is something called practical recycling, which means we always try to use the existing hardware to understand new concepts. So when these new concept started coming up behind to understand numbers, we had to understand other things we started using the same hardware that will already deal with us. The backside. and. So. The risks that that as you say that some sort of importance numerical importance in our mind. Could have some clearly relations stew sort of the skill. All, only humans like you say, you know hall flooded travel call the. the attack an animal. How long did they walk? So all of those may have may have some mistakes that be are now sort of being up happening in the modern context. So, so All the is completely different data which said extremely good uninteresting. Process mechanisms. Have you study explanations. Yeah. Excellent. Yeah. Yeah. This has been great Goto so much spending time with me. Let explicit. Thanks for having me. Thank you but. Sure.

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Hour 2: Just A Note Off

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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Hour 2: Just A Note Off

"This is the Dan Lebatardshow with this to got spot casts. Eddie. Van Halen. No longer with us gone at the age of sixty five years old Yes. Chris Cody. This is van Halen. Curse cody is like Oh. Okay. That's why they're playing that Van Halen, one of the Best Eddie van, Halen one of the best to ever hold a guitar. This is old white guy. Radio. Remember, watching this music video and. Music. Kale leg kicks David Lee Roth. We were talking earlier on the local hour and big Sui about van. Halen we were talking how different a ban they would have been if they had chosen to be Lee Roth. Not The same founding firm of Lee Roth. But he was holding the entire microphone it was doing those liked cakes. Wearing rainbow colored tight tight SPANDEX PAG pants and long hair. The death of the Rockstar was right around there. The NFL is in chaos and could possibly relocate Monday night's game between the charges and saint from new, Orleans to Indianapolis because of Hurricane Delta according to ESPN. So basically, you just have football moving around trying to escape a virus and her came up to make it's money for everybody a just trying at every turn. Let's see if we can move over here over there. Where's the money? Where can safely grabbed the money? Who wears a feel somebody just give me a field where there's no virus and just money. You would think, Oh, just postponed the game, reschedule it. But no, they gotta save those dates for the airborne virus and we need to give as espn Monday night bubble because ESPN is not here to be sharing Monday night football with CBS that is not how he is being billions of dollars for those right and you can't give them a homes in that transaction. Almost sounded so good on Monday. That's not how this is gonNA happen around here. We're GonNa get our money damage. If there's a hurricane, we're going to move the game. We'll play it in the ocean. Place right save the OC- right now is not safe because there are hurricane. Played in California Oregon now it's not safe because of fires we will play wherever we have to play it that we could get our cash and you could get your fantasy points Christine Lisi by apologies here for rambling on and getting in your way. And finally. Oklahoma. District Attorney is alleging the popular children's Song Baby Shark was used to torture inmates in a prison. Really wanted to torture prisoners. Show. Off. Their. It's infuriating. where it's coming from when it's coming a little rope a dope to. And then she runs out cackling. That Chris Wasi la must do ascend everyone up to Moore's. Outer Space is that why Chris was pointing up vigorously I was wondering like because I'm looking at the Zoom Chad he was fined communicate something, and so he was pantomime ing playing charades, and so that was wait a minute how to to able to do the translation. That's my language on outer space. Yes. That is the next frontier. For football you're so right. Remember when cruise ships is almost the answer for the NBA. Jay. I don't think they need to send them the Mars. Just need to send them Canada. Canada's safer what it's much more fun. Chris. Saying that it would be you know somewhere in outer space you guys were having a great conversation during the commercial break that I demand to continue right now because we cannot talk enough about this around here go ahead and play it Mike. I did as the rejoined, they're talking sandwiches. I. Just. Wanted I wanted imaging talking sandwiches just as hard as they can yes Chris what we were talking sandwiches wraps and I was saying that the most dominant food item Lebron James of food items like relative to that category is the buffalo chicken wrap of the rest. Of the rap because there's no rap that competes with the Buffalo Chicken wrap whereas if you talk about sandwiches still cheese steaks, there's Turkey clubs there's a chicken cutlets sandwiches. There's just so many top tier sandwiches I feel like the Buffalo Chicken wrap dominates its category more than any other food item name, the second best rap. Oh, wait a minute. So you're not willing to rise that up into the big leagues and make a sandwich now known as the Buffalo. Chicken wrap a sandwich. Poll gear at Lebatardshow does the does the buffalo chicken ramp qualified to graduate to being a sandwich? And because I think Chris is right about this. What is the second place? Rap Is it's got to be some sort of chicken because it's just a fake burrito. Right? That may be map is maybe a Turkey rap, a tuna rap but the buffalo chicken wrap is head and shoulders above all the other wraps it is it's Lebron James of. I think a chicken, Caesar rap mites claim to be up in this category not on the level of the Buffalo. Rocks. Timing. Timing was long they're saying again. Do. We have vetoes as the same as. He rose more than a sandwich. This is where we ended this is. Where we ended up, we're saying in the sandwich category, the heroes of the Lebron James of all sandwiches they're the best the biggest and the bachelor then yes. But within the hero domain within that sub category. Okay. There is no standout hero because chicken parm can be just as good as a cheese day or Turkey club you know like that. That's what Is. What is if we're having the MVP discussion of sandwiches than you're not doing a whole lot of a lot better than than a philly cheese steak. Are you I mean for me? It's chicken cutlet melted. Cheddar or Swiss depending on my mood little lettuce Mayo light salt heavy pepper. Added as. Rhythm early foul trouble air. I just feel like if I just feel like there's just so many if we talked to one hundred different people, you're going to get fourteen different sandwiches that are their favorite whereas if you talked to every one, hundred people about their favorite rap eighty, two of them are going to say buffalo chicken wrap and it's just more dominant know. themselves. Not See. All sending their. Just left it at the retail Chris you're doing fine. Don't get upset I've never seen you so engaged. A pandemic. So. At lebatardshow is the philly cheese steak. The Best of the sandwiches billy do you have an opinion here a wait until my is done playing the music plays. A My favorite sandwich real cheese I on. Hold that. Let's sell some ads. Also, football's fallen apart. But we're talking sandwiches are. Our. Old Classic grilled cheese on billy just. The spirit of Stan Van Gundy here summoning by going the old I mean I thought peanut butter and Jelly. If you go with one of the one of the old staple. PB and J.. But let's not bring a PB and J. Because that's a whole divisive issue. What's divisive about everything is divisive about PB and J. to grape jelly strawberry jelly. Do you like chunky peanut burst with peanut butter toasted bread crust it's too. It's too much. We can't tackle that the. Hot. Hot Chunk chunky peanut butter people need to get over themselves. Once not this year guys we're not doing it. Are you it on the calendar January first twenty, twenty one we can. We can debate. This is infuriated a year for put it on the poll gammel better peanut butter crunchy creamy crunchy peanut butter can get over itself. It's one of the greatest things in the world I looked texture I like texture get over yourself. Ask. You listen to all three hours of the Dan lebatardshow plus our Miami only hour and the big Sui on demand in the ESPN APP and subscribe to Lebanon podcast network featuring South beat session, stupidity mystery Crepe, please rate, and subscribe new episodes are posted every week wherever you get your podcast Dan it's time for straight talk it is brought to you by straight talk wireless I know that sometimes these reeds can be like white noise because you're used to listening a certain way and you're just waiting sometimes for stugotz to stop talking I've asked Espn for many years and everyone we've ever worked in radio to do that better where it doesn't become white noise in terms of the. Sponsorships on things and so I will just accent hear an echo what he saying which is if you want to support what it is that we're doing around here, the way you can do so is by rating subscribing and reviewing on the Lebatardshow and friends stuff, which will get you all of our podcast things you can use that as your own menu, your radio newspaper after that if you want support what it is that we're doing around here, did you see what Howard Stern signed for in reopeing with Sirius Xm? deary upped again yes what no I did not say it it's a hundred and twenty million dollars annually he would be the third highest rated CEO highest paid CEO. In the country, he's from Sirius radio since two thousand five he's made over a billion dollars and if you want support what we're doing around here, we have our own pig vomit situation I remember thinking that was a bad decision by how. Wrong. Not even working that. Much right. He's like ingredient as a week at this point he's just Yeah. He figured out sort of before everyone before on demand stuff became a streaming option that changed all of television changed radio viewing habits. He'd figured out that his audience was loyal enough that he could charge his audience for a subscription model and I don't know that it was a good business move for satellite radio but it must have been if they're still paying him right like catterson him and they're still here they're. Still here, and if they're re upping him again, it's because he has the value. They're not just giving him like a lifetime contract, but he has such a catalogue of content. So like today I was just checking on twitter I think he's rerunning and interview he did with Eddie. Van Halen I. Think David Lee. Roth. Is joining like it's it's insane. Yeah. There's guest list is the strongest thing you will find just about anywhere in entertainment. It's still a thing that matters even though like he's in his late sixties now and. He's doing it less than he ever has, and it would appear being paid more for it. Than ever has speaking of CEO. You saw the CEO of Ocean spray gave that guy who skateboarding to work giving off a mood that went viral because he was drinking cranberry juice, ocean spray bottom car, or a truck bottom of vehicle. So he doesn't have to Skateboard to work any good job, the CEO there. Well. It's a good way to get himself this kind of attention which is worth more than whatever he paid for the car because he is now capitalized smartly on on a viral sensation by helping a guy out that helped out his brand I bet you sales have spiked for ocean spray I mean, it's hard to make ocean spray. Cool. Right it's hard. He couldn't have bought himself into ocean spray in fleetwood Mac. The. Tick Tock sensations is not something that I had but yeah, we did the and finally yesterday fleetwood Mac streams is in the top thirty of billboard's hot one, hundred everyone's grateful for dog face the Tick Tock Star, and they rewarded him with a vehicle because the CEO. This is an easy investment for the CEO of Ocean spray to make he's thinking to himself. We're in the middle of a pandemic saying, how do I make ocean spray something that matters again, you'll never do it. It's like trying to make fleetwood Mac matter again. skateboards. It guys just on a skateboard and I'm not sure why people loved it. So much I'm really not so pleasant. It was unexpected. All of it was jarring but the good kind. The Messenger everything top to bottom I wonder what it's doing for head tattoos, feathers, ocean spray as a brand, right? It's not something necessarily you might get it out of habit but what you're trying to do with commercials is basically plant you can get any kind of cranberry juice you could get whatever it is that you WanNa version spray is delicious, but it's also got a reputation a reputation that we haven't talked out recently and all of a sudden all it took was a fleetwood Mac song and a skateboard and tattooed guy who didn't have a car. Pandemic gold and is how you make money. That is la CEO of that guy wait a minute. He bought him a car. Do you realize how much that dude in that video made that? C. E. O. EILLY. Terrible job by the CEO of Ocean Spray. If you're just joining US Chris. Cody has suggested that we play football games in space. Yeah. because hurricanes are coming and moving Monday night football in the virus is here and there's fire tornadoes and California, and we just keep playing football mike at a probably a better and simpler solution of just going to Canada Yeah Orange is not a plane. No, that's not one of the options don't. Phuong new idiot. Even had the thought I take it back immediately. Have you seen the slate this week. Moment a weak moment in my month long depression and anxiety and pressure intention about freedom in the world falling apart. Christine Lisi you were saying. And finally qualifiers spend up to twenty two hours a day sleeping. The rest of their time is spent eating in wandering around aimlessly searching for a mate. If they don't find one, they just give up and go back to sleep. Speak creatures that spend their day and walking around aimlessly. On coming up at all we've got a lot of polls from the work week that we have not gotten to. At lebatardshow is where you vote on them. It always gives you a decent idea of what we've been doing over the course of the week. We had an outburst of polls here a second ago because the sandwich debate erupted yet again, somebody points out while saying that it's about the hundredth time that we've had the sandwich debate and this is so true every this is via tweet. Every single sandwich discussion in this shows history involves Stugotz fancying himself some kind of sandwich. But ultimately, just talking about chicken parm. True like it is so true that I just throws out a COUPLA Turkeys Amway. All leads us chicken parm some very basic. It's chicken for Meat Ballpark, chicken cutlet, and a Turkey with bake it is the extent of your sandwich knowledge is just that anytime someone offered you a sandwich. It'd better be a chicken parm at Lebatardshow if you want to vote on all these ridiculous things over the course of the week, you know there studies that back up that a sandwich tastes better someone else makes it. Really Yeah. Because I would say the best sandwich is a sandwich that someone else made when you get out of the pool and you're about eight years old, there's nothing better. Put a couple ruffles inbetween it get some crunch. That's the best sandwich but a sandwich someone else makes tastes better. I never thought about. That but now they say there's something about like when you just make Turkey, Sandwich at home it's not the same. Need it from Autism. Bronze Xuemei can't hear it 'til it's like playing. Cadence, we miss the studio. We miss having everybody here at the same time. It's why our timing is often it's why we can't. Why we can't do some of the things that we normally do around here. Just to have another conversation about sandwiches that we've had a million times you guys diagonal cut or down the centre guys. They're talking sandwiches. Diagnosed. Down the center. Depends on my mood let's right. Put it. On the poll Guillermo at Lebatardshow you cut your sandwich diagonal or down the middle. The twitter poll at Lebatardshow is brought to you by Lincoln jobs build your winning team today go to linked in dot com slash sports. have. You ever shouted at Your television during a sporting event quote I will kill you myself. My did that did that Tonkin Robinson this? Yesterday. Kendrick. Nunn. Fifty four percent of the audience said, yes. Got To scroll up here wife as compliment from the Gandhi Jeff Pearlman he was excellent. Bested Aviv ever done I'm serious Pulp. Sixty percent of the audience said no, no to pulp. Lot of votes on that want to. Does water. Make you extremely funny. That's STU gods his latest excuse all Greg's excuse. I just backed them up on it eighty percent of the audience said No. Is it a good line telling someone who is wearing their hat backwards didn't come with a destructions. Greg Cote. He's insult of Chris Cody. Let's hear if this is a good joke deemed by the audience or a bad joke fifty, three percent of the audience said No. If you were Patrick Mahomes. Mom, would you wear a shirt that says qb producer she does. And she should seventy six percent of the audience said yes. Does a sixteen year old needs to know who tom hanks is STU gods. His kids do not know who Tom Hanks that neither of US sixty, two percent of the audience said yes. If you walk past flow from progressive. Would you ask her selfie weird question? I mean I would I mean aren't all the questions we hear that that's the one that's weird. I guess sixty, two percent of the audience said that no, they would not. Oh, I don't believe I'm calling them. I don't believe you guys. Obsessed. Everywhere I go. You cannot walk around anywhere put this on the podium Lebatardshow can you walk anywhere without seeing someone taking a Selfie if van Halen was the same ban but called Lee Roth would it have been as big? Ninety three percent of the audience they would have been as big as again an accounting firm. Hagar though. Maybe Hagar would have been. Okay. Would have been a little a little harder metal I think. Would have been good. They were GONNA first album with Hagar was very, very good. Yeah. A lot of people pick Hagar. Is Seeing Michael leaves in the CAF. Amazing. Cody saw Michael leaves in the cafeteria couldn't be bothered. He was in a big hurry couldn't say the word cafeteria so he said the calf. Fifty two percent of the audience said No. Do, you know the name of that aluminum foil thing that you put under your Chin Tan. Only doesn't have a name we looked it up. We looked it up and we have to explain this is Dave Soup Campbell radisson up at Bristol Connecticut Okay so It's a sun tanning reflectors what it's called, and if you did not know this story. Not Very, recently, back when Bristle was more of a pit than it is today at the old radisson hotel, which was a dump of the highest order. Thought he was arriving or she was arriving at the height of his or her dreams and Bristol Connecticut the top of the sports media empire and they're tanning in not by a pool not in the grass but in a lawn chair in the parking lot with sun tanning reflector was the leathery. Dave. Soup. Campbell. At, lebatardshow Stu gods what else do have there is a rat less than a sandwich seventy, eight percent of the audience said yes. Is the Buffalo Chicken wrap a Sandwich Seventy four percent of the audience said No. Can chunky peanut butter get over itself. Every do so wrong about this Chris Oh. Wrong. fifty, nine percent of the audience said no, it's appalling. Chris. It's just generally appalling. Don't misunderstand me. I'm fine eating it I'm just saying people who love it need to get over themselves. Do you cut your sandwich diagonal or down the middle. This is early voting early here. Fifty seven percent of the audience said diagonal really. Diagonal Sandwich cutters yeah. Can you want? Diagonal when you cut it diagonal when A. Brain. Aim. Free. Time for. Some ads. Is Red faced with anger. You guys need to understand something. Okay. porkers cody had a rough day yesterday as Marlins laws to Kunia started the series with an enormous run. Then his heat lose his night ends with him. Yelling at twitter viewers, fans, and customers yelling at them they probably have receiving airlines. At one point he said you're watching me I'm not watching you. Just pulled a muscle. Kidding. You. Do. Chris. Watching you. Watching me get over yourself receding hairline. Today. So tired today that Tennessee and small windows it's been note off all show I am so tired of looking into that zoom chat and seeing you read the face with shame. He just through is microphone. Kings. Tell the people about trafficking. I just WANNA revisit here just real quick because I do think I've done harm to a pectoral muscle here laughing. Chris Cody, I want to explain to the audience. Again, we is a show last night as thank you to our listeners because we very much appreciate the loyalty and the intimacy that comes with the stickiness of this show wanted you to be in our lives a little bit and watch feel like you're watching the game with us. We've done two or three or four these and You've come out by the thousands in order to be a part of this and last night ended with Chris Cody Screaming Red Fin. Zoom camera and on my computer at least because you were the dominant voice of the Zoom, you blew up and everyone else went to the side and so I see you after a very long day. All right. had You don't look like you smell great just because of the stress of the evening because you said many times that there there were finger troubles during the game because you scared he is screaming into his computer and was the dominant face saying you probably have a receding hairline to yelling this at a general chat. He's not looking at anybody. He's just looking at a chat ns yelling you probably have a receding hairline to. These were the last words. This is what I went to sleep with your watching me. I couldn't sleep because he said it I was thinking about. Watching you. Very switch again. A Nice night with them. Charles Barkley that he learned from Julius Irving never. meet. Your heroes. They will disappoint him until he'd said anytime he's meeting someone for the first time. He's meeting them in the last time. I'll ever see him he doesn't WanNa. Leave Him with a bad impression Chris Cody red-faced and angry telling a fewer or listener whose hair he knows. Ask What did they say to you? says. It was the whole time. It was a bill that it wasn't just one thing at the end the whole time. This one guy I'm not gonNA say his username but I know it I wrote it down, of course. That was done was done for the night but you morphed into it was weird it somehow it was meaner than a W. E. I post game show after a bad something. This is the thing I don't know Mike Ryan and joy the tears of the Boston Celtics by calling into Boston Sports Radio, and now we're the new evolution of that you have to tune in at the end of a heat loss to see Chris Cody Chris. Cody. Lovable affable. Chris Cody Chris cody gets along with everyone. I've known Chris Cody since he's a child I've never once seen him angry until last night red face screaming assume PAT. The sides of your computers. I just closed my tablet. That's the last thing I heard and saw it was like haunting. Chris did it go on? That's why didn't go to sleep. I was fuming last night. Sleep. tried. To. Sleep Inc... Mike, have you ever seen Chris Cody angry? No I don't think any of us have I. Didn't think he was capable that have to be honest belly belly how `Bout You You've seen the rage, the red faced rage, the nuclear rage of of Chris Cody. I was shocked to see Chris out upset but you know what? Good for you Chris standing up for yourself the cyber bullies ask. It won't stop though because now they know that there's earlier tate you. So it's get worse. Twitter mentioned all about receiving. Just leave it alone man. That is the television trap right there. You show them. You're voter billy with your anger you expect something in the way of compassionate? They will make you have even less air 'cause you're pulling out in a rage while trying to sleep. All right we'll get those early thoughts from. Stu. Gods during the post game show.

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Halloween Bonus Episode

Making Podcasts Great Again

26:10 min | 9 months ago

Halloween Bonus Episode

"Report. What's going on everyone welcome back to another episode of making podcast. Great. Again, this is a special Halloween edition and Im your text of guy J now. And I am here with the president of the United States of America Mr Donald J trump happy on the wings the President I've got my white bed shakes and my white hood and I'm ready following. What are you going to be? You're going to be a ghost. Well I could do that do. What were you going to be Mr President while we'll say ghost ghost is a good one. But before it goes to, what were you going to be? Did you just adjust your audio? Because you sound finally. Much, better. Really. This is how you supposed to you are fired. Because this is how you are supposed to sound on all the episodes. Now. It doesn't sound like you're screaming into like a walkie talkie. You sound like we're having a great conversation I don't write podcast I. Think I was pressing the wrong button and I think somebody might have said that do you like a week ago and you said Nope I've got it for. Those talking to a better textile guy. Well we'll see. But this is now people see the Patriots and Patriots are going to finally hear this clicking at a perfect level I apologize all the Patriots out there. No no the Patriots are finally getting. They're the first ones to get the perfect sound. Okay. Well, I apologize to anyone who is not liking the sound my apologies all my fault. Make note of this. This sounds beautiful. Okay. It's noted Mr President Ivanka whispering in my ear late at night. It's the President Halloween time. One of my favorite times of the year I don't know about you. One of I would argue it is the greatest holiday that we have the greatest you think I think so okay. Well. Let. Me Just tell you. Have you heard about the Halloween law is if you dress up slutty. You automatically consent. As at the Halloween law that is slutty outfits equal consent Halloween Law. To very old form law. I did not know that. Well Mr, president have you heard about this haunted house? Located there's two locations one Pennsylvania ones in Chicago with all the you know hose. No. Housing projects that's haunted house. I'm talking about for here and you'll be gang banged murdered by some Chicago's that's show me a scarier house than that. Well. Mr President this this haunted house I think if the a two thousand or five thousand dollars to do it, it lasts hours long I know sign now you have to sign a forty. Acre excuse me. Okay. I could do it a lot. I don't know if no one has ever gone through the full ten hours. Probably, do twenty hours if we're being totally honest you. Sick am I'd be tweeting a three am with diet coke and a foreign star sucking my cheeto. In the haunted house right in the onto dowse. Here you know those games, they'll be dark and I'll say guests with the WHO is in your mouth. Is Very Very Raunchy. Say on Oh it's blood. It's. You know it's intestine. Andy I get candy sticky kissed Halloween. Sarah, okay I understand. So this wanted housing forty page waiver, and then you need a safe word in case, you can't take the safer and then they stop everything but last ten hours long. That is insane and stupid. Yeah I. Agree I mean. If known is survived. What would make you WanNa do it and I'm sure it's probably not fun. If you don't WanNa do it right? Should know haunted house be fun. I'm just one. Yeah. Well, I'm wondering if you first of all ten hours is a long time for anything. And you know I'd be wondering in now. Are they gonna like stick something up my ass like what are they gonNa like? Why do I need a safe word in haunted house and who's reading Oh forty pages of this waiver? Well, I have great lawyers I knew. Yanni would read through it for me. He'd be through your haunted house. Waiver. I have great lawyers and they'd let me now. Rudy Giuliani the but dial man you hear about that. Mr President but dialing. Great. Great Phone Guy. Mr President I heard. He looks like a haunted house character he does look at his bottom teeth. Three days later you'll drop dead. It could be like an addams family member for sure who? John Adams second pregnant no not adults. It son was also a president. That's what I'm trying to do with Don Jr.. I thought you. I don't know President May he was trying? Isn't mayor of New York. Hunger. surprenant that heard you made a top five scariest movies for Halloween. If you could tell us about your top five list, maybe give us a reason why each movies on your list I'm Charlotte I scariest movies we've got a tremendous list. It's one of the great lists. And I'm GonNa tell you right now number five. The shining. because. Nothing scarier while very few things scarier than being a superstar like Jack Nicholson and you're married to a gross beanpole like shelley duvall that would make me want to kill some people. In non non luxury hotel. That movie is basically my nightmare. He's married to an ugly flat chested woman in a non luxury hotel added. That is the stuff of nightmares. Number Four. Get Out. Did you see get out at Sogo very good movie terrifying film. Why are you so scared of it? Well, every time I'm thinking the white people are GonNa win in this. Black. Just keeps like. Figuring. Things out and then he kills the pretty white girl. Horrible movie I mean, not a horrible movie, a great movie, but terrifying. And then he gets away with with the help of his. His black friend a black. Yeah. I know and that was just that was terrifying. A town full of dead white people with do blacks running away free. Very disgusting. was number three. The. Exorcist. Scary movie. Terrifying film. Because just. When Reagan okay. First of all named after a great president even though he wasn't president yet. Reagan is at that perfect, Jeffrey? Epstein Age. And just before she can get some. From a distinguished businessmen. She gets possessed by the devil and that's just so sad to say because now she's not she's puking green. You know she stabbing herself with crucifixes So. There was so much potential her to be hat. Strange. How you look at Har Movies was the President I think. You look at them from a debbie very different Lens and everybody else. It's the presidential ends it's going to presidential. Number two. Paranormal activity. Now this very scary. Okay. Did you ever see it I? Saw It. Because the lead actress. At very, big breasts. and. She gets possessed. By a demon. And that scared me because that could happen to me. I find myself with many women with big. Breasts. You're afraid that one of them would be possessed. That's you know that's what gets you in the horror films. It's when it's something kind of close to where you are and then. All the sudden I'm with a busty twenty, five year old model, and then she gets possessed by a demon and I've got nowhere to go. That's a genuine fear. Very. Fearful. And I don't get afraid a lot of things. But if demons come to possess big breasted women, you're in trouble I am in big trouble big branched Damon trouble. And What's what's Number One jungle fever? That's that's not a horror movie Mr President. That is not it is very scary. What scares you about this movie. You, know it's. Wesley, snipes? Very muscular, very, very dark even to dock for even some blacks. And he has this relationship with. A Beautiful Italian woman and it was It is horrifying. I don't even want to describe it. Okay. That is the scariest movie I've ever seen. All. Right. Well, it's All the other ones five, four, three, two, horrible this one. Not Our movie while you said, scariest movies. jive scary movies scary meaning for Halloween. Not Scary that for jungle fever scary year round. Holly. Now we're fan of trick or treating growing up the presidency ever trick or treat maybe take your kids trick or treating maybe take Ivanka trick is reading. Well you know we had parties at the house Halloween parties at the House I wouldn't let her go out trick or treating. You wouldn't do you remember any costumes Ivanka wear for Halloween. Back in the day when she? VONK and this may be bars, but I'd say. I'm not into trick or to treating. Not Treating every trick that I'm eating. That's he would tell your daughter. And I called her Ivanka Shaker. I never went trick or treating because I thought Gandhi was a week people. But I did like to have Ivanka would let her have. When she became a teenager was approaching womanhood. I would let her have Halloween parties with her girlfriends in the apartment and trump tower. And I judge the costumes. New Judge, the Halloween costumes I. Would you know not enough cleavage. You. Know Not, Africa thigh gap you know basic judgment of Halloween costumes. So not like who's scariest kaos timid. WHO's most believable you would you have this one friend who is a little chunky and I'd say you win again. scariest costume every year becky. No matter what you trust us. Five foot five, one, forty dry losing a few pounds. And she's a child Mr President she was sixteen that's legal in some states a. Grown woman in some states, I can't believe you never went trick or treating out trick or treating with such a fun time used to love going trick or treating announced. Little. While the thing is I, could just. Tell my Nandita, bring me candy and to check the off the A. That's not trick or treating but. What do you think is better than trick or treat what do you think better than eating candy and coming? I'm just saying into a welcoming hand of a Guatemalan. Five. Saying. That's not what Halloween is all about. But I like the way you described this into Guatemalan five it was very poetic bars. Trick or treaters always I can't take my son trick or treating US I'm excited for allergies son. He'll. He's two and a half I don't think we're going to go this year probably next year, but we usually go to nursing home and walk around and say hello to that would be. Well that's what we've done the last two years. Oh well, that's nothing like a haunted how you get to see the people right before they become ghosts. I guess. So but they make makes them. Happy. So we do that. While he sounds like a good kid laughing at all people near death. Doesn't laugh at me cheers them. Up. Kind of kid. But he's not Mike I'll tell them in court that he's not. All. Right. Well, I. Wasn't going to take you to court about my son. And I just say that automatically whenever anybody claims that I like a reflex, that's very quick reflexes. Now Mr President can you please tell me my son? He's dressing like a wolf that's his costume this year like Jewish guy no. Now a wolf like from from the three little pigs. His name was like Max Wolf. Jewish. Accountant. Banker. These. No. Well, I, can you tell me what you think the five five best costumes? I best. My favorite costumes are very simple. Okay. Okay. You're talking for an adult. We're talking about for a child or just any condoms I would say tween and up. Okay. Okay. So obviously we go. Classic sexy nurse. Number five number five. Okay Number four sexy playboy playmate. Their other ugly playboy playmates. What if I can be honest with you? There are. Then left to my standards. Most of them are the. Number, three. Sexy Porn Star. Is before we go any any, any further is every costume sexy of a something. You'll say. Number two, you might see what building up to something. Can I guess it before you do it? No. Sexy. European model life. Number two. The of any guesses on what number one might. Think I do but I don't WANNA guess I'm letting you gas. Sexy. First daughters now that's rude. Black face is number one. Dressing up as Ivanka would be rude and tasteless. Black face is the number one. It's a great costume. It helps call people you know we get great coal producing more calls. So what better use for the call I'm? To some old time black face costumes says is very racist. People, we're not going to be so BC anymore it's a fun night. We're going out in black face with great American coal all over our face. So it's patriotic. It's vintage. It's cheap costume and it's a good thing. So. Number One and don't ever those very rude and disrespectful to bring up the first daughter my apologies I I was going with the trend of sexy sexy sexy. So well, I figured I could get you on that path. Is always going to be number always number one I'm sorry. My mistake. Mr President have you ever. When you were younger I mean I doubt you ever got in trouble. Did you ever? Egg or play pranks toilet paper houses. That's John done during on Halloween ever do any of that stuff I did do one prank one doing. When I was seventeen. There was a scared. There was there was a poor kid that I knew from the neighborhood. Okay. Is His father. Was My father's Taylor. And I wanted to teach the kid. So. I had my father closed down. His father's store so he couldn't make a living. And I went over to the house when I knew the father was out. And I said to the kids mother. I can get your husband's store open. And I remember this was this was a Halloween I did this. I have the power to get my dad to reopen your husband's store. So that your kid can have things for school again. All you have to do is suck my Dick. And I gotTa tell you best break ever. I didn't realize. How much I had a fetish? For desperation oral. But she sucked like she wanted them to open a chain of dry cleaners. And I. Timed it perfectly so that he would the kid would walk in the door as. What's funny Your timing prank. So, your friend comes home. His mother son. What a prank, your the biggest prankster. Anyone I've ever know Mr President. You actually have it wrong. I timed it seemed masturbated. Earlier in the day. So that I would last longer. Okay and I waited until I had left the gym. So I didn't shower when I left the Jim Carrey. So this was taken quite a long time I wanted to time at perfectly. So I jerked off. So I needed more time. To come. In Taylor's wife's. Mouth. And I knew he would be coming home from school. In his costume by the way in his Kosta what was he? I think he was dressed as a Hobo. They could afford. I. Don't know I think that's either way. So, as I finally climaxed, he walked in the door. And I said trick or treat. So the first thing you went trick or treating also and It was a tremendous brank. That is one of the best breaks ever heard my whole entire life. Chick Yourself. That's good. So Great Prank is my point drew sprang tremendous crimes president that was so funny. Anybody. To use that one, you've got to be rich and thousand can. You know and obviously I could've showered but I thought it would make it funnier. So much. The. Like. Oh, this isn't even mildly pleasant to this is as heinous as it can be So funny. Mr President the last thing I wanna ask you about for Halloween of course, when you go trick or treating the best candy, what is the best candidate to get on? Halloween? We've got five. Okay. We've got another. Let's to five tremendous candies. Number five. Hundred Grand. Just because it reminds you of money. Exactly. Okay. You know it's like a good starter candy. You know that was like what I was getting paid at three years old my father per year. Okay. Brings me back to childhood hundred grand. Number Four. I put this on the list for BG MP. Big, Gay, Mike Pence skittles. Skills, are solid. I'm three recess D cups. They Make Racist D cups the make giant racist peanut butter king-size Day Cup subpoenaed butter. Delicious. Sometimes you drizzle some white sauce on it. Okay. Number two snickers. Stickers can really hit on snickers. Just because I like saying it out loud. I get it. And and what's the next one? What's number one? I get snickers. What. Do you get nothing how you can laugh at things? So you snicker people, Right Now, it sounds like the n word. Okay, I didn't know that fun. It's fun to say I know go. You can walk around black people go. What do you want to kick catterson snickers? Trick of the trade. In when whenever I'd have. Whenever there'd be some people I didn't WanNA rent. Do I tell my father? Why don't you go out and get some snickers? Those your code word. Not, renting to these people. And what is what is candy number? One. Tobe her own. THING IS A. Triangular Chocolate Gok that you can put people in women's vaginas. Aroun-. See does use it to violate women with. Their willing or sleeping one of the other one. Okay. One or the other Great Halloween Candy. Yawn wrap it You gotta down. Are you dressing his anything this year a billionaire president. How's that? Is that a good costume? Him was not a constant. While I was thinking of I had somebody at the CIA make me a very lifelike jared kushner bodysuit. Wanted to see if I could fool Ivanka. I got. To go through with it. I think. So yeah, when I got it made they got right people at the CIA making costumes. I asked if Onta to go as sexy of Anka for Halloween. Nips out. So. Not even through the shirt just out. Totally No. I mean like poking through the shirt okay U. N. we call it U. N., Ivanka. On unstoppable Nipples Ivanka UN Concha. Like you and Ivanka. Mr President I appreciate all your advice for Halloween. Good I mean I think this is a great time. This is a way for people to start their Halloween I. Wake up in need some tips you need some candy hints. You WanNa Tobu around. Bang. Your. Lady. And that's a great prank if anybody wants to use that Prank It's fantastic break. You know you close down the store they don't know why I just think it was because they didn't make rent next thing you know your kids coming home from high school. As mom. Sad because they get evicted. Because they can't make rent because their stores closing you walk in and you find your mom. Gargling. unwashed. Trump balls. Tech a trait. So that's great, that's a really great bonus episode for the even the people who are only paying three dollars getting really one of the tremendous Halloween episodes of all time I think so too Mr, president I thank you so much for being with us on this special episode and I'm Happy Halloween to you and your family. Thank you and remember. Jungle Fever. Stayaway. Scary movie. What are we waiting for?

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8.3.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book

The World and Everything In It

34:01 min | 1 year ago

8.3.20 Legal Docket, Moneybeat, and History Book

"The world and everything in it is brought to you by listeners like us we're Natan Melissa Smith from Red Bluff California we'd like to honor our graduate at least Smith graduating from reading Christian high school she's going onto university to study secondary education. We hope you enjoy today's program. Good morning efforts are now underway to bring to account the world's biggest purveyor of pornography that's ahead on legal docket. Also, today the Monday money beat a historic plunge in economic output, and we will try to draw some lessons from the GDP report plus the world history book. Today we check in with the pilgrim separatists as they prepare to leave England for the Americas four hundred years ago this week, I do earnestly commend until your care in conscious that he who has made the heavens and the earth would so guide and guards you and your way. It's Monday August third. This is the world and everything in it from listener supported world radio. I'm Mary record hand I'm Nick Eicher. Good. Morning. Up Next Jill Nelson Pants today's news. Tropical Storm Isa spared Florida from serious developed over the weekend. Forecasters had expected the storm to regain strength before making landfall, but the win steadily decreased throughout Saturday afternoon. Stacey Stewart is a senior specialist with the National Hurricane Center. Most of the heavy rainfall may also remain just offshore the forties coast, but we'll be squalene rain dance. Now that will occasionally move onshore the. Florida East Coast. From West Palm. Beach Northward. All the way north of Cape Canaveral through. Monday Isa, says did much more damage in the Caribbean before becoming a hurricane on Thursday the storm destroyed crops and homes and caused widespread flooding in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico and Stuart says even after weakening the storm is not done yet. Paid is that SAS will turn to the northeast and move across. The mid Atlantic region anywhere from South Carolina North Carolina Northeastward by the middle of the week, and then eventually dissipate well to the north of Maine by late Wednesday and Thursday forecasters expect the storm to dump heavy rainfall and strong winds all along the east coast. But SIS did not disrupt a historic NASA mission on Florida's Gulf coast Sunday. As, you can see on your screen we have visual confirmation for splashdown astronauts, Doug Hurley Bob Bankin splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico just off the coast of Pensacola after spending two months at the International Space Station. It was the first splashdown by US astronauts in forty five years and the first time in a commercial spacecraft. Dragon Endeavour has returned home Hurley and Bankin are the first astronauts to complete a mission in one of the dragon capsules built by space x but in. Six weeks four more NASA astronauts will ride the capsule back to the International Space Station for a six months day NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein called this the next era in human spaceflight one in which quote NASA gets to the customer although space x completed the first successful manned mission it does have competition Boeing is working on its own capsule and expects to launch a crew next year. If all goes well, Turris could buy seats aboard the space x capsule as early as next year. Thousands of people fled their homes in Cherry Valley California over the weekend as the apple fire bursts to life east of Los Angeles as of Sunday the fire had burned more than twenty thousand acres and had no level of containment. Much of the fire is burning steep rugged hillsides inaccessible to firefighting vehicles Fernando. Is a captain with cal fire looking at warnings from everything in the Morongo reservation and it's going to push up all the way to highway sixty two. Basically in I tand area asked the fire continues to progress in that direction forecasters warned the fire could spread rapidly due to triple digit temperatures and low humidity. Meanwhile, the search has ended for eight marines missing after an accident involving an amphibious vehicle off the California coast. The Twenty Six ton tank like craft had fifteen marines and one navy sailor aboard when it sank on Thursday rescue teams pulled eight marines from the water one later died and to remain in critical condition the seven missing marines and one sailor are presumed dead all aboard. The vehicle were attached to the Fifteenth Marine Expeditionary Unit based at nearby Camp Pendleton north of San Diego. Actor Wilford Brindley died Saturday at a Utah Hospital he was eighty five really started his acting career as a stuntman an extra before seeking more prominent roles. He's best known for the Nineteen Eighty Five Ron Howard film cocoon Bromley played the leader of a group of seniors who discover an alien pod that keeps them from aging. Me and your grandma going away David. Well that's not important. What's important is that? When we get where we're going, we'll never be sick. We won't get any older and we won't ever Die Brindley also saying and recorded several jazz albums toward the end of his career. He worked as the PITCHMAN for quaker oats and appeared in a series of spots for a medical company selling diabetes supplies. Brindley leaves behind a wife and three sons. I'm Jill Nelson. Straight ahead a legal effort to stop human trafficking laws catterson on baseball and life. This is the world and everything in it. It's Monday morning and this is the world and everything in it. Today is the third of August twenty twenty good morning to you. I'm Mary Record Dan I'm nick anchor will good morning to you and I hope Mary that you're sitting down I. am good good. You need to be so legal docket podcast great job. Yes big congratulations to you. Jenny. Rough to Paul Butler and here's what I want to say about this your new podcast which apple placed into the government category I looked at top charts in that category and legal docket debuted over the weekend. You know what we need we need to trump Carl please drummer. Legal docket debuted at number. Two. Number two out of all of the podcasts in that category. Now, listen nobody knows how apple's system works but I have to believe that it's listeners taking the time to rate and review, and so I wanna say thank you for doing that. Please keep that up. Please subscribe for free to the legal docket podcast feed tele friend and if you love it, please leave a five. Star. Review. that. Should elevate the visibility of the podcast and in turn attract new listeners. That is fantastic I saw that and may I just say that I episode is it's a really fun listen. So hats off to you my editor, my co host, Jenny Rough, Paul Butler, the whole team it really nick I'm I'm overwhelmed a little bit speechless. Well, that's an unusual a place for you to be so. Let me run a bit of interference at this point. So you can regain this important function to be able to speak. So let me just get US rolling and say in all seriousness we have very difficult subject matter coming up. It's not what we like to talk about and yet it's important. So consider this a warning to press pause and come back later if you have young ones around and we'll come back to it in just a moment but first some good news in a time of cancel culture a controversial proposal that would direct judges not to join certain or. Is Table For now the draft advisory opinion drew heavy criticism because it directed judges not to join the Federalist Society, which is conservative or the American Constitution Society, which is liberal but many saw it as a ruse to undermine the more conservative organization because it has much more influence the Judicial Conference Committee on codes of conduct received hundreds of comments about this plan mostly against. So for now, judges remain free to decide for. Themselves which organizations to join. All right. Now onto the story, we cautioned you about it's a movement against exploitative pornography online. The effort began earlier this year with an online petition on change dot org put there by Lila Nickel weight of the group. Exodus cry that organization works to Abolish Sexual Exploitation and trafficking the online petition to in this is the name of it shutdown porn hub and hold its executives accountable for aiding and. Trafficking has drawn more than a million signatures back in March, US Senator Ben, Sasse cold for a federal investigation into porn hub for its involvement in trafficking. His letter to Attorney General William Bar points out that porn hub had forty, two, billion. That's billion with a B forty, two, billion visits in twenty nineteen. If you average that out, it's about one hundred fifteen, million visits each day others began speaking out for example one. Of the hosts of America's got talent, Terry crews, last month, Terry crews took to Instagram to call out porn sites for their insidious methods. Cruise is a professing Christian and he acknowledges his past addiction to pornography as well as the damage it did to him hey, how you doing this virus and appointing as really brought the corporations out and they're giving stuff away in an attempt to get you hooked. So let's talk about it. Some people don't even think you can be addicted to pornography. So discuss it. Let's talk about it. Some somebody prove me wrong I I called up a lawyer who deals with this subject for a living. Danny. PINTER is senior legal counsel with the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Los. Enter. As prepared for this interview, I was appalled to learn that porn hub aligned itself with black lives. Matter. It even made a one hundred, thousand dollar donation. I asked Pinter about that porn is very savvy has engaged in these public relation. You know activities in the past chair supposed charitable giving. But to actually mention that they stand in solidarity with black lives matter when so much of their content is so highly offensively racist. Is is really disgusting honestly, for example, when the George Floyd story first broke and actually continuing for weeks after one of the trending search terms on their site was George Floyd and was suffocation and police violence themed videos. The also have entitled channels that are themed about police violence towards African. Americans and slavery themes towards Black Women, the site in snares young people in not only online it snares them in other ways. Yes. So it's really alarming but the alarming part of this content coming from. Random users is they have no age dating or consent verification for uploads that means anyone can a video just an email address? That's all it takes. Porn hub claims that they have a team of moderators reviewing every single video and that is alarming for multiple reasons. One because there's verified instances of trafficking on their site, there was the fifteen year old girl in Florida who had close to sixty videos of her exploitation porn hub, and she was also verified model, which means they put a blue check. Mark on her to kind of give their audiences sense that she had been checked out and was an adult and was there for volition. Those were both completely false awareness about the pervasiveness of human trafficking has entire industries on alert trucking in hotels. For example, porn hubs next to trafficking is what's really gaining steam. There's also been a new breaking news that one of their largest content partners check casting they have multiple channels including. It's called cabins where they do secret filming of women getting. Changed Etcetera, they have close to a billion views across all their channels, their official partner, Porn Ab, and they've just been busted for human trafficking in the Czech Republic. So this shows that porn have is intentionally partnering with traffickers or at least not doing enough to verify that those people depicted on their site are minors or victims of trafficking. I asked Pinter about the laws against pornography and how our culture changed along the way to accept it. Well, that's exactly what it is. It's a cultural change. Change. So the obscenity laws are still on the books which prevented the depiction of obscene sexually explicit content that lacks any artistic political scientific value is illegal. So it's illegal to distribute obscenity including over the Internet, and that is current on federal books right now, and the problem is the DOJ. Just not enforcing those laws. The Supreme Court has ruled on that and upheld obscenity laws time again, they've even given. A specific examples of what would be obscene and this would be explicit depictions of sex including violent sex act. So that is clearly apparent in every video on porno up. So they're definitely vying obscenity laws which DOJ could be enforcing right now in our choosing not to, but we also believe that they're violating the Trafficking Victims Protection Act by knowingly benefitting from. Trafficking on their site many of these women and children are being trafficked into the pornography industry and at the very least porn, turning a blind eye to it. So they can profit from it. I ended by asking Pinter what people of good conscience can do to keep the heat on we need to educate our young people and you educate each other on. The harms and stop consuming it in that demand we can also take activism and news voice than social media by doing things like signed. The petition that Lila has has circulated are going to our website and sexual exploitation dot org and check out our action center where you can petition the DOJ to enforce obscenity laws We think that that's an important. Aspect of this and would prevent so much exploitation and harm that's occurring today if those laws were just enforced in an email exchange with me Lila Middleweight of Exodus, cry wrote that she was able to brief the White House senators, members of the House and committee members about porn hubs complicity in exploitation of women and children, and that's this week's legal docket. Additional support comes from the Bible speaks today the best selling commentary series now within a single study, Bible, learn to apply the Bible for everyday life more at the Bible speaks today. Dot Com. From Samaritan Ministries Samaritan members care for one another by praying encouraging and sharing healthcare costs all without the use of insurance more at Samaritan ministries dot org slash world and for Mayor Nath Baptist University with licensure options through the Master of Arts in teaching 'EM BU DOT EDU slash world. Coming up next on the world and everything in it. Monday money beat. Not since the year nineteen forty-seven has this happened and I mentioned the date because that's when we first started measuring economic data point called Gross Domestic Product. It's a single data point that represents economic output. We'll talk about it a lot. So I'll just use the initial ISM GDP when referring to it not since the very first measure of GDP back in nineteen forty seven has GDP fallen precipitously as it did during the thick of the covid lockdown I'm talking about second quarter GDP the months of April May and June comparing second quarter twenty, twenty, two, second quarter twenty, nineteen GDP fell back nine point five percent year on year but here is the stunning number. And maybe you've heard the headline when you annualized GDP performance in Q. to the number is minus thirty, two, point nine percent. So now we have two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth, and that is the textbook definition of a recession. What these percentages referred to is the change from one point in time to another. But in terms of actual economic production again, annualized the economy in the second quarter was producing at a rate of just over seventeen trillion dollars that happens to be about the level of economic production we had in early two, thousand, fifteen. So expressed that way you could say that the plunge in GDP wiped out roughly five years of economic progress. Financial analyst and adviser David Bonds in here now to help us understand David Good morning good morning good to be with him. So the GDP reports economic history but we do read history to try to learn the lessons that contains. There's so much here to talk about. Yeah so David. Just pick a point in dive in. You know there's a few different things that I think we're really know worthy. Let me start with consumer represents in that. kind of somewhat arbitrary but reasonably acceptable formula for GDP. Growth Consumer represents on seventy percent of IT and the consumer spending was down twenty five percents I. Took a big toll in any different environment. Okay. This is sort of the blessings. I would say that the sovereign God saw fit to give us a viral pandemic years after. So much of our society had gone digital because the reality is that you take away e. You take away the virtual technology you and I are utilizing right now all of these numbers become so much worse. It's frankly unfathomable. So the numbers were awful. They were much less awful than they would have been if it were not for modern. Amenities of the economy but here's the part that I think people have to understand. Healthcare members is trump percent of the economy healthcare took away nine percent from GDP on an annualized basis. How in the world in the middle of health pandemic? Do you have healthcare becoming one of the big detractors from economic growth? The answer is that they had shut down all the elective operations as well. That apart from essentially very cove in covert about yoenis related there was almost no healthcare going on. Well, you know what? This is a business that has people that go to work get paid there, and it has hospitals and ambulances and research and pharmaceuticals that have revenues that need to come in and expenditures that need to go out and when you took away all of the ability to go. Do routine orthopedic procedures, not to mention other things that were more serious cancer and heart conditions even apart from the potential medical ramifications of delaying and deferring, which I'm not qualified to speak to you economically that took a much bigger toll than anybody had anticipated yet just that overall issue of services we talk about goods and services, but the services part that alone accounted for twenty three percentage. Points of the decline in GDP of which healthcare was close to half of it ten percentage points or so nine, nine, nine, point six. That's right. The thing I want listeners understand nick that is more important than anything you and I can talk about regarding the second quarter the questions that we face right now the decisions we face are totally unrelated to what just happened in Q. To. What we face questions, the forward economic growth. The month of July is the first quarter of Q. Three and it's going to be less than we had previously hoped for because of quasi shutdowns around some of the case growth took place in. Texas for Florida Arizona other particular states even states that were not suffering any aspect from the pandemic took an abundance of caution happening some of it was preposterous but regardless of that the constrained economic activity even in states with very little covert problem right now will limit and neuter some of that economic growth. The big questions is to wear this economy goes which affects the labor market. Business investment. and. Our productive growth into the future is how much activity gets going. Again, August is going to be middle ground, and then for two three, September is going to make or break the quarter and schools reopening business reopening. Those things are wildcards that could make the difference between a fifteen percent positive quarter or a five percent positive order. You can't have a five percent positive quarter coming off at thirty percent negative quarter. So we need to have a very big end of Q. Three, and that's largely in determine be determined by People's understanding of where we are the virus and the regulatory apparatus in which functioning all right one more maybe on GDP. The Wall Street Journal editorial one thing grew in the second quarter when everything else was shrinking one bit of growth, the government, it grew two point seven percent. So what we had was an eight hundred billion dollar decline in employee compensation and the government response was three times that declined two point, four, trillion dollars, transfer payments. So disposable income up savings rate up, and the Journal said, you know what? This is a window on a politician planned economy looks like a good argument or no. They're making the right argument in the wrong way because the course the Keynesian response to. That is always Of course we is because we need more. Here's the fact of the matter. It's painful socially and culturally, but the large amount of distress taking place in economy right now is obviously in the lower deck styles of job skills and an income levels. And so what you're seeing is a consumption level at lower tiers of the economy that are affected, and that is what they're arguing has to be replaced with stimulus and I think it's more of a relief for sewer humanitarian argument than it is an economic one. The only way you get a real economic growth is not too keen solutions you have to have organic natural productive evening behavior. So that people were producing goods and services that other people are demanding. This is human action. This is human life. It's part of God's story for his creation, and that is what the solution is going to be the restoring economic growth. So certainly along the way, there's debates as to what kind of unemployment and what kind of social safety net, but those things have to be thought of as marginal, not actually economically restorative financial analyst and adviser David on the Economy David, thank you connect. Today is Monday the third day of August, twenty twenty, you're listening to world radio. We're so glad you are good morning. I'm Nick Anchor and Mary Record next up on the world and everything in it the world history book. Today, we check back in with the pilgrims on the next leg of their journey four hundred years ago to the Americas. Here's Paul Butler. In the summer of sixteen twenty about one hundred separatist left Holland for England. They're small ship. The speed well was to meet up with the larger mayflower together the two vessels within head for the Americas to begin a chartered colony on behalf of King James. During the short voyage from Dell Shaven to Southampton, the speed wells springs a leak. Once in England, it takes crews nearly a week to fix the problem. Now the pilgrims pastor, John Robinson stayed behind in Holland with the rest of the church. He sends a farewell letter to be read aloud before they set out on the next part of their journey. Though I be constrained. To be bodily absence from you make account of me in the meanwhile as a man divided in myself with great pain and as having my better part with you Robinson begins by admonishing them to daily confess their sins to God both known and unknown. He then pleads with them to live at peace with each other to be watchful that they neither give offense nor easily take events your intended course. Of Civil Community will minister continual occasion of offense except you diligently quench it with brotherly forbearance Robinson. Then adds that they also must be watchful to not to fend God making allusions to the children of Israel as they wandered in the Wilderness which yet we certainly do. So oft as we do Murmur at Providence in our crosses or bear impatiently such afflictions as wherewith, he please if to visit us. Store up therefore patients against that Evil Day without which we take offence at the Lord himself in his holy and just works. The largest portion of Robinson's epistle prompts them to seek the common good within the fellowship of faith. He reminds them that the stronger our to sacrifice their own liberty for the weaker that they must each care for the other in body mind and spirit. A fourth thing there is carefully to be provided for that's with your common employments. You Join Common Actions truly bent upon the general good Robinson's farewell letter is often studied is one of the earliest American governing documents many of the ideas within it feed directly into the mayflower compact written just a few months later by the pilgrims. And in this letter, Robinson plants, the seeds of a Republican form of government government by representatives from those to be governed, and then the willing submission to let your wisdom and godliness appear not only in choosing such persons do entirely love and will promote the common good. But also in yielding unto them all do honor and obedience and their lawful administration's not a holding in them the ordinariness of their person's. God's Ordinance for Your Good Pastor John Robinson ends his letter much like his farewell sermon a couple of weeks earlier commending this small band of pilgrims into the hand of their creator. I do earnestly commend until your care and conscience. That's He who hath made the Heavens and the Earth, the sea in all rivers of water and who's providence is over all his works would so guide and guard you and your ways inwardly his spirit outwardly by the hand of his power. Fare you well and him in whom you trust and in whom I rest. John Robinson. On August Fifth Sixteen twenty the two ships are finally ready to set sail. But not long into the voyage, the speed well begins leaking. Once again, it's the two ships must sale to the port of Dartmouth for additional repairs. It takes ship rights more than a week and a half to repair the damage they leave Dartmouth on August Twenty First Sixteen twenty. Hoping. The worst is behind them and anxious about how the delays will affect the long journey ahead. As sailing conditions worsened win winter approaches. Excerpts of John Robinson's farewell letter were read by voice actor, David Parazynski the tax comes from William Bradford's account as published in his book of Plymouth Plantation. Over the coming months will occasionally check in on the separatist during their journey and eventual landing in America. That's this week's world history book? I'm Paul. Today is Monday. August third good morning this is the world and everything in it from listener supported world. Radio I'm Mary Record. Nick Eicher will baseball took its sweet time getting here. But finally we have it commentator Kim. Henderson is going to tell us now about some life lessons that she's learned from America's pastime. After months of social distancing delays, the Little League ballparks are reopening and I have a bit of advice for all you moms out there marking up your calendars with regular practice, batting practice and two games a week you know who you are. The truth is I learned a few things during my fifteen years on the bleachers. You Now occupy back when five. Henderson's were wearing jerseys and the trustee old suburban was pushing four hundred thousand on the odometer. Maybe it's worth a minute of your hard to by time I leave your cash home on game nights. No matter how well you feed your family giant pickles pixie sticks and Nachos made from orange stuff of a five gallon drum will be the big draw go figure. Another thing be sure to hold onto your flip flops. I once witnessed a mom stand on a bleacher threatened to do bodily harm to a catcher with her footwear Mama. Bear's the world is watching Gardner emotions and your testimony also learn to nod but no better the likelihood of your little slugger making it to the pros isn't too high. So keep things in perspective I can vividly remember standing on the sidelines while a fellow mom informed me that her shortstop would someday play for the Atlanta. Braves. I'm sorry to say her dream did not come true. And speaking fellow baseball MOMS, make an effort to get to know them. One season I sat next to the score keeper for my daughter's softball team. She smiled I smiled, we traded scores, the stuff of surface relationships I probably thought I was too busy to make a friend but that fall I read her obituary in the paper, she took her own life and I will always regret that I did not make the effort to really get to know her. While we're on the important stuff prepared to stand your ground there once was this family who would not do ball on Sundays their son was placed on a team that held practice on Sundays. So he didn't go to any. At the end of the season, he was the only player picked from that team for all stars. Draw your own conclusions especially, those of you on the fence about Sunday, stealing travel ball, and last here's one for you. Frugal MOMS I know how it is by the team photo already. When my kids look at them. Now they see faces a friends who have since tragically died in accidents and coaches who died from illnesses there a sobering reminder that life is a vapor and about way more than baseball keep that in mind little league Mama's as you treat those grass stains and load up those coolers know that this season of ball as well as this season of your life will be over before you know it better up. I'm Kim Henderson. Tomorrow, coins, we need them. It's not a shortage as much as we're just not spending the coins we do have. So businesses are having trouble making change. We'll tell you what they're doing about it, and we'll talk about what new regulations could be coming to Silicon Valley that and more tomorrow I'm nick and I'm Mary record the world and everything in it comes to you from world radio. World's mission is biblically objective journalism that informs. And Inspires, now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times and every way go now in Greece and peace?

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