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Being Thankful

The Chad Prather Show

1:02:50 hr | 2 years ago

Being Thankful

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And I think we're going to spend some time on this episode talking about things we're thankful for some stories behind the story why we're thankful for the things where thankful for I trimmer. My mentors. Always said, you got to have an attitude of gratitude, no matter what you're going through in life. It makes all the difference in the world that sounds like something he'd say really got to you got to fix your attitude with gratitude. And I think it's a big big deal whenever you know, we're going through life, and we all go through things, don't we? But I think if you're if you can find the things to be thankful for and take your eyes off your problems and your stress, and I. Have usually done a pretty good job of being thankful things in my life. Good. I believe that graciousness is a sign of grace. And if you're not very gracious, then you probably don't have a lot of grace true in your life 'em accents. Yeah. I can't help. But think of the what you should be other day, the the lady and Mexico is upset about the beans that she was receiving. She didn't think they were good enough in the caravan coming through she didn't like her beans and tortillas because the government that was feeding. She said wasn't enough. It wasn't the right stuff. Wouldn't good enough? It wasn't what she wanted. You gotta be thankful. It's hard. Sometimes it really is. But you know, everybody, I don't care if if if you all you have is just a breath in your body, you got something to be thankful for. And I know that people they spend all of their time trying to figure out ways to not be thankful or they found their identity in what's wrong with them that if you took their problems away, they would know who they are anymore. Because because they become such victims and they've identified so much with their problems. So they love to tell you their problems. They don't want their problems fixed. They want their problems. Understood. And that's a huge thing. Right there. I think you're exactly right. They want empathy. They want someone sympathize with them understand them. Pat them on the Bobo. And do you think that you see I feel like you were saying, you know, they have all of these things that they're always unthankful for. But I feel like once you start to be thankful then you kind of go on a track of thankfulness. Then all of a sudden, you're thankful for all kinds of things. You don't have always said that you have to act your way into feeling rather than feel your way into acting. Yes. This is same thing with gratitude. I think when you choose to have an attitude of thankfulness and thanksgiving that it becomes easier for you to do that. Right. The emotions will follow not feel thankful. But if you will if you will verbally express, thanks or, you know, write a thank you card to some people in. They may not. It may not be day. Just say thank you for being in my life on. I think once you start doing it feels good then it feels comfortable, and then it's just your norm. You're good about like writing. Thank you cards. And. Yeah, my momma raised me to them. That's so my mother the other day because we never thought my we just don't think about greeting cards. But I don't think you or your mother go to a store without walking through the greeting card. I'll to see if you need to get some cards because my mother was always getting cards from us. She's always getting cards from your mother, I hid constantly getting card. You're always good about you know, because I would just like send the keyed the girls college. I just send them money. If it were just up to me, but you always have a card for them and things like that. Because they need more than you know, money in an envelope. They need the love that that means more than the money. Maybe not to them right now. But it will one day. Well, that's always been. My thing is is I've always tried to teach my kids, and sometimes it's hard because in this generation is harder and harder to do that in. We've tried to teach the kids be thankful safe. Thank you. And be gracious about the things that come into your life. Somebody gives you something and then have to they don't have to do that. You don't you're not owed anything in this life. That's one of the things. That irks me to the Instagram of everybody out there talking about what their rights are. You don't have the right to anything except your own life. And you have the you should have the right to your life. Your ability to do what you wanna do with your life. You should be able to pursue success pursue happiness. Pursue those things that make your life worthwhile and meaningful. But at the end of the day. Nobody owes you anything. So everything you get is sheer grace. I agree. And I always lived with that attitude. They just says, hey, you know, I'm I'm thankful I'm thankful for for what I have. And we've been blessed with a lot in it. Sometimes we've been blessed with nothing and believe it or not nothing can be a blessing. I was just going to say that. I think I I think you're right. And because we have had the nothingness in the past we at that time it was hard. But I can still remember us saying at least we still have this, or at least we still have that. Or we say a lot. Well, it could be worse. Because in almost every situation it can be worse. You know, I think to myself all the time. Well. You know that happened. But I guess it could have been worse. And I think it's important to keep that outlook. If you that way, you don't become one of those people one of those people we all fall into being one of those people, we do we're all those people. I just try to not make that a habit. That's that's the issue there. So we're going to talk today today's podcast about some folks, we're thankful for some companies some people's and people we do business with some people, and I want to tell you we're going to take some back stories of the why and the how how these people came into our life because if you followed us for the last few years, you've heard us talk about certain companies and certain brands and certain people that are meaningful. I'm gonna tell you why I'm going to tell you the story behind it. Because I know that everybody thinks that we just sit around, and we're we must be getting rich off of all these people that we try to promote and support. But ninety percent of the folks that we do business with we don't necessarily get any remuneration from that, we just we're in a relationship with them. And we want to see them succeed and anybody that's any of these people. That you'll be talking about. And even people that we may not mention I hear you all the time on the phone with them. Well, you know, let's let's talk about that later right now. Let's just build a relationship. That's it. I've had a lot of folks the nine line apparel guys. For instance, nine line apparel phenomenal vet owned company that we've gotten the know over the last year and a half based out of Savannah, Georgia. They're the thirty first fastest growing company in America that own fed operated. T-shirt caps. Custom apparel. A lot of people are wearing you know, their apparel. They're fun t shirts they they have. They have a great business. Great business model Tyler merit the owner and the founder, my buddy met Lyda who is the business development VP over there. And we've just gotten a gnome in kind of become family. And and what's funny is I've never received a dime from nine line apparel. I've we've talked about different ways to help each other and promote each other. But I've always said, let's build a relationship. I, and that's that's one of those things that at the end of the day. You know, who you're doing? Business with and and that's I think that's a big business mistake a lot of people make and I encourage people wholeheartedly go out there and support companies like nine line apparel. Who are not only American made, but vet owned and operated and do these things from a patriotic viewpoint. They share my values. And so those are the kind of folks that I want to see them grow. I want them to become great. But I'll tell you what having that relationship has done nine line of payroll will call me up and say, hey, do you wanna go to this event? You want to do this event. You want to do this event. It's led to relationships like with the undertaker WWE's the undertaker who I just talked to today. I wouldn't have a relationship with the undertaker if I didn't have relationship I would nine line apparel car firearms. I wouldn't have a relationship with them. If it wasn't for nine line apparel. The Guinean John rich. I wouldn't have a relationship with John rich. Like I haven't today if it wasn't for nine line apparel. There's so many of these things, you know, Matt naira planning on going to the armed forces bowl here at TCU. December to tell you all my plans, but we've got you know, because I try to get over to that every year, even if it's just for an hour or two and we're going to that this year. And you always see some great veterans that are that are there for that game here in Fort Worth Texas. So just relationships that come out of all this. You know, my my relationship with black rifle coffee. I wouldn't have that relationship. If it wasn't for nine line apparel favorite relationships in that. We're gonna have to stop that ongoing thing with black rifle though, because we're getting so much coffee drink it fast enough. We literally could open a store at this point as long as everybody likes the AK forty seven. So I think that we can make a killin with a store here in Perot. Good. Well, told Evan, hey for the owner of black rifle coffee. I said, I'll tell you. What let's do. I said let's open a store down here in the Fort Worth area. And I said you can make sure somebody's there to run it. I will go by there and say Hello to everyone every single day and drink a Cup of coffee hang out for an hour or two. To you pay me eighty percent of your prophet proceeds, and I'll just make sure that it's the place stays hopping. And it'll be good. I don't think he liked that business. I don't think he does. Sure. That's how franchises work out. I'll tell you. What I got some shows coming up that. I can't wait for I'm going to be in Lincoln Nebraska this weekend December. I I'm going to be in red rock Oklahoma the seven clans casino. The star spangled banner comedy tour. It's rolling on for a few more months. I've got a December sixth huge show in grand prairie, Texas right here at home in Dallas Fort Worth where we're going to. It's going to be I wanna tell you about what all's going to happen at that show. But I can't because it's going to be so big. It'll spoil the surprise. Let me just tell you want to be there you want to be on time. And you want to watch the entire thing. You told me not to even be backstage. Don't even be backstage. I'm not worth clearing backstage that includes family and friends because we're going to have a blue room backstage just going to be set up. We obviously we got the green room. We got the dressing rooms. We're gonna blue room set up for our guests. We got some very special guests coming for instance, my friends from. American valor. Chris cows family brother, Jeff, and Amy has parents Wayne and Debbie I talked to Wayne yesterday. They're coming to the show undertaker. It may be there. There's a good chance. Some other celebrities may be there. We'll know here in the next week. You know, I I get so many, quote, unquote, celebrities that are wanting to come at this point just say, no just say, no, you can't come. You're not big enough. You're not big enough. Undertaker your seven foot three you're not big enough. But we're gonna have the blue room setup for kind of a little lounge and cocktails and a little bar set up in there. So everybody can have fun. But I'm telling you ten minutes prior to show, fifteen minutes prior to show, we are clearing out. Yeah. You gotta get to your airing. Everyone has got to be out front because it is going to be big show. Dan, Merriman is the emcee and the host of the night, the Texas outlaw legend comedian himself in Texas outlaw comic, Dan Merriman in Tyson. Pfeiffer is the official opener on record. He is from bachelor's ABC. Bachelor's proposal in American ninja warrior, many of you have seen Tyson out on the road with me or you've seen his comedy. He's very very funny, and then it's going to be owned from there. But going to do that in the following night, December seventh kickoff night for national finals rodeo after the rodeo in Las Vegas at Treasure Island. Gotta show their December seventh going to be ten PM, and it would roll into Shreveport Louisiana in bus in the bus going to have some special guests that are hanging out at the. Show. Their my buddy, Al Robertson of duck, dynasty fame, and his father, Phil Robertson and miss Kay or coming. So we're looking forward to that. And also going to be down in down in Beaumont, Louisiana, losing Dumont, Texas. I always want to basically give Beaumont over to Louisiana's pretty close pretty close Cajun there. Yeah. Then rolling back up rolling backup finishing the year of hidden over to Biloxi Mississippi on the thirtieth thirty first of December. But I talk about all that. And I'll tell you the folks that helped me so much are the people who sell tickets to the shows and everybody loves the night out. 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And especially towards the end of the year. I look back on the year. And I look at all the people who have blessed me, and I'll tell you I spoke yesterday with just via text I spoke with Keith Mundy who's the president of American had company and everybody who's ever seen me? They see my hat's my cowboy hats that are on. No matter where we are over the years. You know, we've we've gotten busy with so many things on stage that we we don't get to do as much stuff that we used to like with the world of rodeo and cutting horses, and livestock and all that because we were so much in that world. And now we're in so much the world of entertainment is weird because it's hard to find a balance. Right. But that cowboy hat is always reminder to me of one where it came from into. It's an heirloom. It reminds me what I'm going to leave behind because sitting even here in this office. I can look and Keith Monday who I'm so thankful for he Indians wife Terry's relationship, Keith and Susan Maddox that own American hat company. Those guys I've had people who have offered me, you know, money to come over to certain other hat brands and said, look, you offer me millions of dollars, and I wouldn't move. I will only always wear American hat company because of the relationship this just not going to not going to do it. And you've got your hats. I'll yes, you got your barrow Campbell girl. Hats you get your fidora? Oh made with American hats, everything all those hats styles are all American hat company hat bodies that start out looking exactly the same and they can form them into those doors. And and so those guys it's just a love the hats. But besides that, it's the relationship. That's there. So every year, I'm always so thankful because you know, what it was Keith Monday who years ago, we were at a red carpet premiere of television network thing. And that's when we met Keith Monday for the first time, I remember in Keith we just kind of fell in love with each other hand that relationship, and he said he said to me, he said shed you have the it factor. I said, I don't even know what that means. He says, well, I've just had some conversations with you tonight. And he said, I'm just telling you you have the factor. And I said, well, I appreciate that. And then all the time he's he always looks back. And he says chedda, you know, your your airplane is rising men. It's always going up and up it's going faster and faster in and you got that factor. And so that's always an encouragement, so I'm very thankful for those folks over to American hat company and smart guy. And I love drinking whisky when my buddy Keith Maddocks, Keith Maddix who burn the oil, would you? He'll he'll I was just with Keith for a week down, south, Texas. And he's sit around drink is one drink that whiskey, and we'll just sit out and talk. There's I've never in in five years of knowing him and being around the western world, and western culture. I've never seen. I've never heard a single negative words. Spoken about Keith Maddix. It owns American. I've never heard of single thing. Everybody loves Keith Mannix. We'd believe it anyway. No slap them in the mouth by heard it. Oh, my I would up your mouth, you don't say anything about that. But I love it because you know, the guys up at the best hat store in Fort Worth Danny atoms and Ron McBride and all those guys and those. Klay Patterson McClay Claes now got his you know, his positive times apparel business. He's doing good with that. And just good salt of the earth. People. You know in people have supported American hats had gotten to know American hats in company has been around for well over a century. And they just they just do a good job. Aren't they pretty big deal in the high school world? Yeah. They are the national sponsor for the national high school rodeo associate. That's what I thought. And I know whenever we've gone far at their setup, which is very large setup the American hat place where everyone buys their heads. It's pretty difficult to get through there. It's like a blood clot right through there. They can't take enough hats and various sites to sell all for the demand, basically sell out. So and they go their full when they leave. They've got one or two hats one of the things when I met Keith Monday. I was wearing s back when I was wearing that chocolate ugly. Brown is in the closet over there. Ugliest thing I met you wearing that hat ugliest little hat now. It was a. I can't believe I ever put it on my head and kept it home ahead for so long. And it was in such terrible shape. He said I want you to go by the shop on Monday and get a new hat because that's terrible. What you're wearing. You. Gotta get a new hat. I was the same way with boots. You know in guys like the Finocchio boot company up into Kona, Texas. I'm thankful for them because they put boots on my feet and in. I've never been one of those guys who takes advantage of any of that. Who says okay, I need something. I need to boot need new hats. I need to bub-bubba. I mean, I I wear that stuff out. Yeah. I know you got a hole in one of your boots. They have to make they have to make me go get the stuff. So but talking about drinking. What are you give me some your thank for because you've had a big year? I have had a big year. And I think, you know, you it says to me yesterday to think about what I'm thankful for, you know, the biggest thing on my mind for so for the last three years for me personally was was working on that master's degree, some very thankful that I graduated I passed my boards, but in the nurse practitioner Student World, one of the biggest things too. Overcome. Besides those two things is finding a job. And so when. When I met. A couple of mine precept errors, and what precept are they're the ones that you have to work with through your school's that you get practice doing nurse practitioner stuff. Anyways. They were wonderful. Rusty short was one here in Berlin. And then another one doctor Vert who I worked with. They are both just to the most wonderful women wonderful practitioners, doctor, Bert, obviously, she's a doctor, but they both actually offered me positions. So to have to people look at you positions. I'm very thankful for them. But like you I'm very thankful for my relationship with both of them because they are both wonderful practitioners. They're patients love them. And I know why. They are good people. They're good people. I'm ready to party with Dr Vert? Been lunches with wrestling short, and she's awesome. They both came around. They're also very important to me because both of them stepped up. They don't realize they did. But in my world and your world. It was a tough time for me personally. They stepped up at a at a time when I really needed some some precept there's so in. So I was in pretty unfortunate situation. And they were definitely the light at the end of the tunnel. That was a huge encouragement for you that time. Oh, I think I needed it. Pretty bad. Yeah. That was. Yeah. That was a big deal. You know, what encouraged me was developing the relationship that I did this year with with John rich 'cause I need people who and I hate the word celebrity because I think anyone who has any element of celebrity about them. I don't think they like the word either. It feels weird. Well, I think that when I think of someone who is a celebrity I just think of someone who's done something significant that has gained notoriety from it and they've gotten recognition because of what they've used their talents to accomplish. That's that's what a celebrity is. Unfortunately, we live in a day and age where people can get celebrity for the dumbest things in the world. Whether showing up on a reality show, and they have no talent whatsoever. But you know, guy, John rich is an incredible credibly successful singer songwriter, we had him on the episode last week talking about his redneck Riviera whiskey, and I meet these people and I start. Thinking, well, you know, I it's great to meet him, blah, blah, blah. And then all of a sudden name become friends, and then they become every now, and then you have they become partners and business partners. And they become very responsive, and they they value. What you bring to the table in a big way. And I kind of it's been a huge encouragement to me as we neared this last quarter of two thousand eighteen to to kind of find a little bit of a family if you will in John Rich's brand in the things we're going to be able to go over. We're going party fell. Stephen I who I'm extremely thankful for. God bless Steve Powell who keeps me sane and travels everywhere. I go we're headed over to John's house in Nashville actually this next week hang out and do some things and be more to come on that, but I'm thankful because it kind of every now, and then when you're out there doing what we do travel and city to city, and you're you know, in all these places another airport another airplane. Another bus and other truck rental car, blah, blah, blah, another stage, you feel kinda loss like doing the right stuff in my in my a mile wide and inch deep, you know, you feel spread so thin. And then some things come along say, okay. This makes Cincinnati kind of narrows your focus. So appreciative of John and how he's come into my life. And I've always seen myself kind of connector because now we've connected not only the redneck Riviera whiskey with with various people like yourself who are listening out there who have now know this brand. But you know, my pork you my buddy Lou Kramer. And I we have pork use seasonings and rubs. Which by the way, we're using extensively for our preparation for thanksgiving dinner. Yeah. And been able connect those guys and come up with recipes with redneck Riviera whiskey in the pork, you seasonings and the Turkey bronze and all those things and how responsive all that's been been been a pretty cool deal. So yeah, we're having we're having a blast out there doing that in and those guys are so patriotic, and they're so they bleed red white and blue like we do, and it's just fun to make those connections on stuff like that. Hey, Chad confidence is key pretty much everything in life. I agree. I've been told him overconfident. I don't know if that's a possibility. But if you're going to move ahead in life. It's the little things like your hair that go a long way in helping you build that confidence, our sponsor hair club. They know all about this. 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There's such good girls. I mean, I. You know, we worry like normal parents, but I'm not overly worried that they're making bad choices because they never have. You know, I don't think there's any reason for them to start now. Yeah, our kids, and that's the thing. That's a struggle for me. Because we have we have certain kids that we can talk about in certain kids that we can't like, for instance, the Ozzy Osbourne show was on the reality show, and you had certain kids that were on there. And then you had some of his kids they refused. Like, you didn't even know he had those kids because they want to be on the show. It's so we got to have that situation because out of five kids, some don't mind the notoriety and some and we've done a pretty good job of keeping them hidden. We don't mention their names. We don't talk about it in some. We do you know like Brandon? We don't have a problem talking about Brandon Brandon all day long doesn't have a problem talking about bringing Brandon Brandon Brandon's favorite subject. So he's, you know, he's one of those ones headed for a life in front of a camera and the microphone himself, but no one of those things, and I I wish we could be like everybody else and put pictures of the family out on social media. It'd be proud of them. And we are proud of him. But be able to show off like everybody else says we just can't do it. Because there's too many crazies out there. I think we need to be respectful the ones in the what they want. Yeah. Yeah. Because you know, not everybody's parents were doing what you're doing and not all teenagers. It's as cool as we do. Well, my buddy I'm going to I'm on the advisory council of Tribuna s- dot com. Which is a little little news blog that I share things to from time to time on my political cowboy page on Facebook and the founder of Tribuna st-. The main founders my buddy, I'm Jason Seville in Jason lives over in the Phoenix, Arizona area. And he's been good to me. He's he's been very successful with online blogs and things like that and made me part of his advisory board there, and they launched he got together with some other business partners. Informed. A company called America's crate in many of you have seen the commercials that I've done for America's crate, the video promotions on social media and the founder of that he started maxim magazine, there's another business partner in there who was business development guy VP for CBS television. There was another one who worked for the CIA. He was I'm not going to tell you all the things he used to do because he might not want me tell them all things he used to. But it involved some things it's so there's pretty cool dudes in there. So they formed America's crate they used to have some other crate organizations, they did and one of the things we've formed and we're going to see more of is this concept that we came up with called America's storyteller. And that's the thing that I'm so excited about because not only do we have people who can subscribe and get crates every month of gifts that are American made products made one hundred percent in the US, but we're going to start going around the country, and we're going to start telling the story of a lot of these. Manufacturers in these these craftsmen and these folks out there skilled trade people who, you know, develop these really cool products, and we take for granted in that are American made. And we're going to do that with cameras and put it out there for people to see until those America story. So looking forward to that. But I'm thankful for America's crate in Maryland. Great collection stuck nice collection of stuff, and it's beautiful because some of the stuff, you know, we share it with party foul. Steve he gets some of it. Because some of the stuff he really likes you. Remember those Stephen everything like Steve when he leaves the hotel he takes the conditioner and the body lotion. And if there's a shower cap, he take like you'll go around collect in the shampoos and soaps and the whole deal. Unlike so he gets he gets everything that comes a lot of stuff comes in the crate, he'll get I'll keep a lot of it as well. But America's crate dot com. They've been fun blessing and it made me a partner in there. But co owner in the company, so I don't promote things that I don't either have a very strong relationship with or I don't have a vested interest in it personally because I would never promote anything that's not in. That's true. Even on this podcast when we have sponsors who've come on. I don't ever have. They might produce very thankful for showing Merrick with podcast one. He always emails me. And he says would you have any problem promoting this company or that company? And I have had some that. I said, no, I'm not comfortable with that or my followers. The folks who listened would not be comfortable with promoting that. And I'm trying to think of what that could possibly. There's there's some things there's there's some things there's been certain products that I didn't think we're not bad, but not necessarily appropriate or there might have been certain personalities. Maybe they have a podcast or they had a special episode that that somebody. That I don't agree with or somebody that I don't think fits my voice is not that I'm against that person is just I can't promote them because I don't believe what they believe. And there's certain organizations that are out there that I don't believe what they believe or that way. And I'm not going to promote them because they say, hey, we're willing to give you an advertising dollar to be on your show that that is when you hear people all the time say, oh, you're such a sellout. Now. That's when you would sell out right selling out is when you're willing to violate your morals, and your values in your own sense of virtue, and your voice to water it down in order to make some money in to say, something that you disagree with just for that selling out promoting something you believe in is not selling out, and I have people all the time. Oh, oh, you've just another video you you're pushing this. You're pushing this yourself out. You can call me that all you want. But I know that I'm not because I have maintained my own integrity because I'm only pushing the things that I believe in right? Yeah. We say, no. And we have companies that come along who reach out to me individually, and I said wouldn't be a good fit. You know, we have a deal I serve as I said on the board of American valor, Chris cows family and a few other guys and gals in Mark Hansen is one of them in Mark owns a company called road armor, where they customize your offroad vehicle or your truck your Jeep or whatever. And they put on, you know, really cool looking bumpers winches, and, you know, different the tires and the way they just make the truck look really, really good. And so we've been in a relationship for a little while we've been talking business for a little while. And we're about to do some things to my truck. So I'm excited to come on board with road armor and pretty soon it'd be like NASCAR, man. We're just gonna have stuff. All. Oh, yeah. You know, but I'm thankful for those guys because you know, years ago when I step down. Nothing. Instead, I'm just going to make a living being myself. I didn't know how we're going to make a living. How you were going to make a living. Yeah. So, but you even take road armor. We have we're not talking. They're not paying me to do. I just right now it's being done out of relationship. And that's the beauty of it. That's the thing that I like to do that way. Nobody's feelings get hurt. The relationship never gets hurt. Now if it starts to become productive. That's another story will go shit. That's a whole other deal. But wrote armor is going to be fun. Energy ogre? It's been a good one for the last few years, maybe possibly the best company. We deal with it may be it may be an it's so it's it's been so helpful to so many people. It's just awesome. Grade. Open up my electric, Bill Energy, Ogre dot com. Available to the folks who are deregulated in Texas. Save sixty percent. This is not a ad. It's just the truth. How you tell the story. They they save us. At least probably seventy percent on our power Bill every month. And the way I got in with him was I came across this company that I thought was too good to be true. My buddy heath oaks was telling me about it. And I said there's no possible way. So I checked in with them. And sure enough I said I asked him I said are you advertising this? Well, we did the billboard thing. We did some TV commercials. But it didn't really yield anything. And I said, well how about this? You give me a promo code watched. Chad. Let me start putting it out there. And let's see if we can get people to sign up, and you give me a small percentage of the houses, you know, because I only charge like ten dollars a month. Right. So what they do is. They will find the electric company that best suits you for the time being, but they're constantly searching constantly looking. And that's what that ten dollars is four. It's what you would not do on your own. That's why you stay in the contract with with whoever for two years. You don't realize how much you're overpaying because you're too you're too busy or lazy or both? That's me. You know, I don't want to look for another electric company. And I don't trust the people come into the door trying to sell me something else. It's just going to be the same. Deal over and over. So I'm thankful for those guys men because they responded well, and and the beauty is we've been able to actually help people across Texas. This is not one of these money making scheme type deals or some kind of you know, it's just it's it's felt a ton of people all you have to do is get online and look at the reviews, it's so cool. And then the watch Chad code that ten dollars it's free on that thirteenth month. And there's a few perks that are in there for you by using that. So that's a good deal. What else you got? What's what's what you think before our moms? Our moms are widow. Moms are little widow moms. I know. I know we got to visit with my mother Gusta Jade was reminded how crazy my family is God bless them. They're good people. I love your family are great. They are they're fun, and they are fun. They're fun fit right in. I'm like, I'm like a little puzzle piece. Apologizing for their behavior. And I was like I'm not really seeing how many different for mill. Well, here we are clock in the morning, two o'clock in the morning at my mom's house, she's sitting around her baby grand piano, and we're playing Elvis music in Johnny Mathis and all this. We're seeing in and I mean, we're just having at it and Jade's getting a full dose of where I get my extroversion from. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It was it's so there are any introverts in your fam-. Not really not really. I think if there was they would like you'd forget they were there because everyone else is so loud. We have my aunts. My uncles cousins. And all that we went to a big dinner while we were there and. Yeah, but you see the ones who are they still sit around just laugh and giggle. And, you know, even if they don't have much to say, it's pretty funny to see what it was like trying to leave a restaurant in the deep south with your family, then only really leave now. So now, it's you know, it wasn't. To bad when we walked in as far as the weather went. But then it was cold when we left and they're still out there hugging for for thirty minute. People don't leave. They don't just let each other go and one of them. I forgot who asked me they're like, so do you do this in Texas? And I said do what he goes, you know, staying around after you've already said by at least thirteen times inside. And I said, Nope. We don't do that. I can remember when I was a kid. We used to go to my great grandmother's every single Sunday and have family dinner, you know, have family lunch, and we would all sit there, and we'd we'd stay all afternoon and we'd heat up leftovers at night, and you know, late afternoon, we'd eat again. And and then as everybody was leaving. There would be little huddles of people out in the yard because our front yard look like a parking lot. Everybody just parked on the grass. Right. And so everybody would be huddled up out there. You'd have huddles of five six people, and they wouldn't be leaving yet. And they'd stand out there and do it for an hour and a half how believe it and talk. And so that's just a that's just a custom a lot in the south. But with my family, especially they don't say about each other. They just hanging around talking. That's where the real conversation happened. It ain't up been with everybody for seven eight hours. And I still got to stand around another hour out in the yard. I'm trying to what what are y'all saying? We gotta stuff. But that's something that over the years. I've kind of forgotten that they did that. But every time I'm around him. I'm reminded. But I don't even notice it when they do because it's just I don't know if I would have noticed except when he pointed that out, and then I realized oh, that's exactly what's happening. I mean, we got kids here. We're all called. Nobody cares. We're just talking. Well, we always lived as kids because as kids we could keep on playing. Yeah. And that's exactly what they were doing running around. And we were blocking the entrance for trying to get. You know, what else I'm thankful, I'm thankful for my colon health. We went and ate at the Cracker Barrel today. As you know what I gotta do today. She said poop said not yet. But ain't nothing wrong with being regular. Both poop. The problem is well, you don't all of a sudden, hey, you've heard me talk about them. We'll tell you about it again because keeping a healthy and clean core. The center of your body. It goes a long way, and it all starts with. How poop so hear me out proper toilet. Posture makes all the difference for colon health. 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But the even offer you a great foam cleaner way better than wet wipes. And they give you that toilet spray. You can eliminate that stink. So for better, go to Squatty potty dot com slash podcast for fifteen percent off your purchase of Squatty potty that Squatty potty dot com slash podcast. You get fifteen percent off your first purchase up. Squatty? Potty. Intrigued colon. Right. So I'm thankful for my manager. Arthur Arthur in my agent willy willy. Those guys Arthur called me a little while ago. And I just sent him straight to voicemail. It sounds like super thankful like dude. I'm just busy. But he calls me so many times today, and I've learned with Arthur Arthur got together. So Arthur if you don't know Arthur managed people like Madonna and prints back in the day. I mean way back when they were nobody's in Arthur man, he found like bands like collective soul and Tori Amos. And you know, he was he managed guys like Paul Reiser for twenty two twenty three years. He managed these still manages John Ratzenberger cliff cliff claybin from cheers in all these different guys in. So he's an old dog. You know, he's one of the most school cats. He he still believes in picking up the phone and talking he's oh, gee, he's an oath g manager Arthur Arthur's in Arthur, you know, he runs a good forty five minutes a day. Runs ex you no longer on the weekends. I mean, he's a vegetarian. He's he's. Been he's been a vegetarian since nineteen seventy five. He's coming into town for the December six grand prairie because it's going to be over twenty five hundred people, and we always said at the first twenty five hundred he's gotta take shadow whiskey because it doesn't drink and I kept telling amendment holding him to that. But he sees bound and determined. He's gonna have some of that redneck Riviera whiskey, and so anyway, we got a Arthur call me on the phone. He found me a couple of years ago is out in LA in. He found me. Call me on the phone said, I see I hear you're out in LA taking meetings. I wasn't I was working on TV show. And he said I'd love to talk to you about possibly doing some management with you. And blah, boss, we stayed on the phone with each other for like six weeks after that. And then he came to a show that I didn't Denver we spent several hours together, and then we spent three or four more weeks. And there were several times that I was like Arthur was going to just say, no, we're not this is Arthur Arthur, so honest about everything you do like if he doesn't like it, then no, he'll just tell you. This is not good. I sent him a new song today that he might not like is that that when he played one. I did. So I'm always right in these little songs, and you know, you have to come to the live shows to hear them in. I don't know if you'll like this one, I think it's hilarious anyway. So, you know, and then Willie because at the end of two thousand sixteen everybody kept telling me, they said you need help you need an agent. I said, well, I'd get a manager. I because agents men, they'll sell your soul to the devil at the crossroads for their ten percent. They don't care. They can be a little bit squirrelly and BULLDOGS in I said. He is. But he's in your corner. Yeah. Exactly. And so I said I need a manager. I and so once Arthur came on board, then Gersh the Gersh agency and William Rodriguez William has guys like Keenen ivory weigh ins, and Shawn wayans and Tommy Davidson me. He's got in living color, and then me and the cowboy hat, so you know, he's got some some good really funny, folks, guys and girls that are out there and Willie. I love him. I can call him right now on the phone. We should call them right now on the phone in. I don't know if the day before thanksgiving. So I don't know that that matters. Like, I could call him at three o'clock in the morning in Willie would answer the phone. He's he's great. So let me get let me, but you never know. Now willy willy willy willy willy willy. You. Just never know what he's going to say. Yeah. You might need to let them know. I'm not going to go. We're going to we're going to do it. Right. He's a full body personality. Here we go during it. Are you thinking about me are you trying to figure out? I just wanted to see if you're figuring out new ways to make money, by the way, I'm recording. This phone call for the purpose of the Bod castle. Entertain us. Are we doing a second show in Lincoln? Want to cancel the thinking gonna end up getting. There's already like you'll make them over. Yeah. No. I know. For me to bring you into. The next time around, you know, perfect. There. It is. I love it. And nothing wrong with that. Nothing wrong with him. No, I'm looking. Well, the first show sold out its oversold. I mean, there's pet so they expanded they expanded some seats. Yeah. Yeah. Thanksgiving weekend. Visit we get. Exactly. You know? What's happening right now. Well, we got some big show's coming up. So it's good. Can you hear my wife back over there? Hi willie. I just wanted to call and tell you I love you. I'm thankful for you. And you mean the world to me. Thanksgiving happy thanksgiving. I'll talk to you later, buddy. Bye. Bye. We told you you never know what you're not get nicer than what I thought. But that's Willie. That's willy. You never know what you're going to get a beautiful thing about Willie. And so what he was explaining is. We we added Willie had this idea because I have a sold out show on Saturday night Lincoln, Nebraska, he had this idea to add a Sunday show. This is after thanksgiving to do an after thanksgiving show on a Sunday afternoon Sunday evening, and I kept telling don't do that don't book that show. Nobody's gonna this is Nebraska for crying out loud. And he's like, no, we're going to do it. We're going to do we're going to do it. And so that's that's his deal. He said, well, you're not going to get rich off of it. You're not going to get rich this weekend. I mean, there's still going to sell one hundred twenty seats, and blah, blah, blah. So he's going to be it's going to be a fun little easy small show Sunday night and going to do I'm going to do a lot of music. A lot of the new songs. I'm gonna trout I think Sunday night. I'll actually some of my camp because I think they advertise that Sunday show is a kid friendly show. So none of our bad. But I mean, they're not kid friendly. There are kid friendly. But I don't know everybody's kid for. So you've gotta be. Go to school and seeing him yet it now you got to be careful with that. So anyway, that's Willie. That's that's the business right there. He's he's out there constantly working there. He is on Wednesdays full of life in energy. And and I'd I'd call Arthur, but you can get on up the phone with Arthur nest that you know, who I'm most thankful for though is that people listen to this podcast people who are listening to this podcast people who've watched my social media videos over the year and just good chance. If you're listening to this podcast. You've watched a social media video. And you know, I'm a great time waster for people, maybe not you've also saved some lives. Yeah. We've got a big deal. And I get those messages where people say, you know, they were down and depressed, they got uplifted by something that I said or did or made them laugh, so and I know it's not for everybody. I get the negative messages to where people just we should shut up. A wish you'd be quiet. I wish you'd go away. I wish you weren't a thing. You know, how in the world would you become that's fine too. It's not if it's not your taste. You have to watch it. You know, I have people that I don't care for and watch. They don't entertain me. They don't speak my voice, but there's some that do in you know, to each their own. Live and let live I think. And that's but I don't worry about those. I just always find it interesting that people feel the need to say this part of the issue is so many people so much of your stuff is being shared. They just can't get away from it can't escape it. I love people say I'm blocking you. Well, you're not you're not because aunt Sally. She is going to be at all weekend long and hard because that's what they wanna do. They try to block you. And then they're still getting your stuff. And then they they're frustrated. I don't wanna hear this guy. Talk about manned robbers in girl scout cookies and killing clowns anymore. I don't wanna hear anymore. So, but I'm thankful for everybody. That listens. I'm thankful for podcast one. They've been good to me. You know, Shawn Merrick phenomenal buddy. I mean, I just he does so much so patient with us, you know, of getting these things in late sometimes and the edit some and make them sound good. You take last week's podcast with John rich. I thought it was gonna be terrible because recording quality I was Skyping with John and he was on a cell phone. And it was so shot. Howdy. Yeah. He's spruce it up. You wouldn't even know any edited out any of the like like there was a time in the in the during the conversation, right? Told Jonah said buddy, you gotta turn your head because you're coming in kinda rough. And so then it cleared up and she shown edited that out. So you didn't hear me say that which is so so it sounds so much more professional, and he cleaned it up and he did such phenomenal job. I can't tell you. How many hundreds of times over the last year? He's done that. And it's one thing when you're sitting face to face with somebody having a conversation, but when you involve technology and somebody's a thousand miles away, and you're trying to talk like you're sitting in the same room one is difficult to do. But then when technology gets involved, and you got all pops in the his is in the crackles, and the sounds like somebody's talking through a toilet paper to that gives rough and Sean cleans that up. He does a phenomenal job and Kirstin at podcast one. Does an incredible job of helping me find people to book on the show. She finds like like when we had stuntman Eddie Braun on in whenever we had Dave Schrader on with the paranormal. Discussing that around Halloween and back when we had our buddies in, you know, I didn't even they weren't even on my radar even though we know them, but when we had the Bellamy brothers on way back and we've had, you know, all these different folks that have been sitting down with us hanging out, and that's Kirstin over there at podcast one. She does a phenomenal job. She'll send me messages and say, you know, hey, you wanna talk to this person or that person Jordan harbinger? For instance. You know, she booked all of that. You couldn't do it without these folks. And there's so many unsung unnamed unspoken heroes over podcast one. That makes us sound good. Because it's a great podcast. And I'm looking forward to do some things with guys over at crtv. With our new show called humor me with Chad pray through that's going to be a lot of fun because we're going to be traveling with with Sean in Jason on the road with us with cameras interfaces. Once again, you know, I swore up and down. I was never going to travel with cameras in my face. But I think we got the right vision to do this. And it's going to be a lot of fun. We're going to start this week as we head over to John. Riches house can have guys with us. So those two and a half days it we're in Nashville we're going to be shooting a lot of that stuff. So stay tuned for that. And you'll be able to get it on crtv. Come in very very soon. I'm thinking like January two thousand nineteen. So anyway. Yeah, it's good stuff. Good. Good stuff. Well, what else you got what we eat tomorrow Turkey the Turkey HoneyBaked ham Turkey, look, so good. I could have beaten at raw. I make a good Turkey. We'd be calling darker see dotty back. I know. I know you're gonna have some ham. We cheated on that went over to Honey Bank. Well, yeah. Because I kind of waited to the last minute on that back in the day, we had heavenly ham which was bought out by Honey bag, and I was the Glazer. I was the ham Glazer I used to glaze twelve hundred hams a day. And that's I hand with with the with the flame blower thing and the sugar and the spice and all that now is do. Really good hams. Yeah. You told me exactly what to get. Well, maybe let me see what HoneyBaked ham has said it my no one. I know the let me tell you what to go over there and get up saw on those things in half of of of I used to eat so much Hamma couldn't eat any more of it. Because we just as we were cutting those hands and half little chunks of ham would fall off on the cutting board just pick them up and eat them. Yeah. Delicious. Yeah. And then you make you a sandwich out of it and had them soft croissant rose. I'm really I'm I'm going to go in there and actually make a ham sandwich now. Well, I know we're about to go in there. And we're about to go in there. You got those king roles to this Hawaiian rolls. Some about to go in there and start early on thanksgiving him. Well, you did at Cracker Barrel. I had the deep fried. I didn't know if this would be any good. It was delicious. We went to Cracker Barrel. This morning for breakfast slash lunch. Is it was late it? So, you know, brunch involves mosasaur which will do that tomorrow too. We're going to have no I had the country fried Turkey and their green bean casserole, some fried okra and macaroni and cheese. And they never have green bean casserole that honestly with some of the best of ever had my life at the Cracker Barrel. And that Turkey was good too. I it's my favorite meal of the year. Only once a year, you didn't leave anything on your plate. I ate it. All like, I was all I know. I would think so third of the way through I was full. We'll probably roll over to our local watering hole here where we live in our little town in Texas the rim over in Burleson, Texas, we roll over there. We're in there three or four times a week hanging out with them sounds why I drink water over there. I drink water. So we're gonna head over there. We're going to do that tonight. And then we're going to go to. We got we surprised your mother. I am so excited about this. Yeah. So excited. So I was in a different neighborhood the other day, and there were some guys putting up lights on a house, and it looked fabulous. So I walked over talk to the guys and ask them how much I was surprised by the price. I mean, it's still expensive. But not outrageous. So they came over they did ours. The next day and today, they did moms. She doesn't know about it doesn't know she's gonna come home at probably just the right time to be able to see the lights on. So she she's doing a big test today for a pediatric staff. She's a nurse as well. So when she comes home probably be here about five thirty or six years. What I wanna do? I wanna go over there with the ladder. And I want to be coming down as she pulls. She as she comes in. I wanna be coming off the ladder. So she'll thing that I did it. And that's gonna win me some point see point cease point point, see points. He's especially after I did the chick fillet video picking on her last week. Mom called me on that. She called me. She said. It. What do y'all do? And and I said, well, you know, I'm just watching TV and CHAD'S on the road. And she said you better tell him to quit talking about me. I said, oh, did you see the video? And she said, yeah, Beth showed me his mom's not on social media. So she wouldn't have seen it unless somebody showed her. I said well, welcome to the social media family. You everybody gets picked on people can't believe that you picked on your mother-in-law. Look that you're about to get over you yourself because I did. He goes. No. You know? I wrecked their salads. I was just telling y'all like their salads. And I like their sweet tea, exactly. So for those of you thought I was making it up. She really did say the words I don't care for chick fillet. And I was soon as she said it I was like Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing that in the next video. She's always been that way. She's just don't see how you eat all of that Chick-fil-A. And I'm like does it so good. I said there's a reason there's a lion. We're all upset on Sundays anything. Great. He, you know, anything great. It used to be great. I don't know. It's okay. Many many years ago like the sandwiches. I like the waffle fries. Sweet tea's. Good. Well, they changed their chicken tenders. Yeah. Like, I don't six years ago, she can dinners. I don't care for the nuggets. I like the chicken minis I like the biscuits. I've just eaten so many of the biscuits in the morning, the biscuits, you know. So they don't get a free pass. Just because I love Jesus nobody gets a free pass. They probably should babe. I mean, lemon Jesus somebody chicken. Yeah. Chicken chicken's had to the Lord turn a water into Honey mustard. Three. Anyway, anyway, anyway, say I won't clothing thankful for them. They make my merge, go to watch Chad dot com and get yourself some t shirts because we're about to discontinue a lot of them. We've got some new designs that are coming for two thousand nineteen the tour shirts are definitely going away because they say two thousand eighteen so they're going to go away. So you might go. We're going to do we'll do a sale here on them pretty soon and run through. In fact, I think we're going to do a black Friday sale. I think I'll start this thing from right now when you're listening to this all the way black Friday, we'll do it through the end of the week. We'll do we'll do a promo code of Chad twenty you'll get twenty percents off of all of your purchases at watch jed dot com and our shop. So Chad twenty is going to be the promo code that will use and go to watch Chad dot com. I hope I see you guys out on the road. I hope that you have a fantastic thanksgiving. I hope that you have a wonderful holiday season. And of course, we're going to be back with you next week as we get geared up to head into Christmas. Hot. Macos kwanza the holiday season Festus, all these. I don't know what you celebrate. We celebrate Christmas. And that's just what we do. And we love everybody this time of year. We do I gotta get the tree setup. That'll probably happen tomorrow. I hope so. Yeah. That's a good idea. Yeah. It won't be hard because it's still out in the garage never has been put up from last year. Boy, we need to hire some people or something level of laziness, I'm working this lazy site. Lazy? Busy. This looks loud. I took it down and brought it into the garage. Well, I told you the problem was that you you jumped the gun. You took it down. You should've left it up. Let me take it down because I wouldn't have stopped right? There outta ran it right on the garage of this year. I want you to remember that become my fault because it is your fault. 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Ep 139 | The Anti-AOC Headed for Congress | Guest: Catalina Lauf

The Chad Prather Show

43:48 min | 1 year ago

Ep 139 | The Anti-AOC Headed for Congress | Guest: Catalina Lauf

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Do you think that's right listen twenty-three me you WANNA sponsorship on the Chad prager show we'll give you the love you can swap our cheeks week in week out we can do her parents migrated here legally became citizens incredible story that you're going to hear today I just want to know why you're not achieving more as worked from all the coffee drinks and and then you just come up there and drop a roof in his drinking boom there he is he's all yours for the night party Faust Dave isn't that how you guys met Catalina Lawf- who's coming on the show she's actually running for Congress in her district in Illinois if she's elected to Congress she'll be as a queen of the Ethiopians you know and just do you have any thoughts on that candy see no you know I I run the show for you enough maybe you're heavy you're holding me back I could be but you're not going anywhere I can tell you that people can we please do a candidacy queen of the Ethiopian well I saved him I rescued him. I rescued him from the clutches of Human Trafficking. I did you didn't know that there is a market stay horned but we're going to have a good time today hanging out here in Studio Twenty Two yes I'm hatless shut up I just didn't feel like wearing a hat today and yes for those of you wondering their defense I want to ask you about something yes now Catalina lawf- She's Hispanic she's Latina she is a she's from Guatemala as we possibly can oh we love to trigger people it's not like we really want to offend anybody we just want to stir the pot I want to tell everybody we got a little thing going on right now where if you go over to the blaze DOT COM or if you go to shop blaze media dot com slash Chad you can buy all kind of murder she lick the stick you know what I'm saying and don't you just WanNa do that these days is there not somebody out there that just needs to hear the wild crazy common sense we put out here we got a big show for you today I have my friend it it's a constant mystery that I'm not GonNa answer right now because we're working towards the twenty three and me sponsorship and if they'd like to sponsor the show I will reveal what I am AFC as the youngest congress person that's ever been elected and I think that just be pretty cool she's pretty sharp and you're gonNA enjoy getting to know her fourth we're going to have hot news Natalie on the show party Steve's on here NBC four middle aged men to be to be kidnapped and taken away usually they wake up in a bathtub full of ice somewhere in a dirty hotel New Orleans with your kidneys just start sending me pictures of their F- The left shirts stands for forgive the left it really does and don't let your why would you why would you let your mind go into these crazy places it's party town that has my name on it and party time mom and we got our f the left shirts that triggered everybody I think we saw like fifty of those over a period of two days and I can't wait to have people missing but Steve's Steve case he is a sexual monster he really is I mean if you've ever seen him and really paid attention to him he is a sexual monster there's a little bit of hair up there looks like kind of dirty q tip you know what I mean look at it Bam Bam Bam Bam the puppet master can look yes you do you want to thank you tell me what to say you select all kinds of information for me to make me look smart so if I'm not achieving like there's gotta be some gay men out there ready to snap up Harney found Steve is ready to snap him up just ready to lower for him core formed you know at a club somewhere you know all the and he's just all like this oriented by the Japanese anime disco lights and stuff and he's already feeling you his tee-shirt it must be done a life of depression is what I'm living life of suppression I love it you you is that because you're female Hispanic we don't even know what that you're Hispanic radio all the time we need the my pillow dude like Mike Lindell come on Dude Holler at a boy Mike Lindell did so much crack that his own drug dealers had an intervention for him. Now that's a frigging story right there Mike Lindell mypillow we need we need like I could totally be the next arcus sitting over there driving this new mothership which is studio twenty two and of course we got candy through the Queen of the Ethiopians and we're going to get into all wild and not that's candice I want you to get the microphone that but wait there's more why are we doing this we could be qvc we have so many sponsors people think we get rich just just got broke the mold so grinder if you're listening hey we got a sponsorship place for you like I don't understand why these guys out there candy see like I listen to conservative a mystery science theater three thousand you know we're stuck on the ship so all we can do is just sit around here and talk about stuff that's going on and now they're bringing in a potential congressperson in Catalina his mailbox and he was like you've gotta come move the truck because the male will not deliver if there's a truck sitting here and I'm like when did you become so important that loft she's GonNa tell us about the things that are going on out in the free world of America can't wait to get to that conversation which is what we're GonNa do right now thank you for tuning in we love you hang on we've had my truck was parked in front of his house and I had my car and I had left it over there and he was upset because my truck was blocked. Yeah Send Your Hate Mail to Steve At watch Chad Dot com okay every letter have received on on that has been good stuff positive king of getting free stuff is party fell Steve you get stuff sent to you all the time don't you daily basis I mean you now just like the other day I had my truck doing the show we don't get richer we don't we do this for free man well for four easy installments of Nineteen Ninety Nine you can meet the owner of Chad Prayer March you could I feel like excited that this human being even exist is doing what she's doing that you just you're not gonna be able to shut up about it so before we get into that first of all you know who's the Daily Mail matters and that's the deal you're getting stuff all the time yeah I get stuff sent from all over the country because I have fans people love me. 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This is e Ouro Dot com algae twenty six twenty six twenty six years old and you're running for Congress in Illinois yes because right now you know who holds the record Alexandra Seo quotas and I just don't want her holding any records I don't want to hold on any records I know woman yes working for the trump administration and you didn't feel marginalized or there was no prejudice nation is working so hard for the everyday American and we need to continue that progress now you mean to me that you are Hispanic don't here with us today and hanging out you flew in this morning yes brighton early when you look fresh and spry and all that stuff you're doing something pretty amazing now I of why I'm doing this it's not about to beat a record it's to serve the country and the way that to be a public servant and that's that excites me more than breaking a record now give us a little bit of your history because you've got some history with the trump administration and let's talk about that chair I just like I was like too much people send you all these things like hats and t shirts and all these things then you just got tons of them got bigger ahead so the shirts don't or the hats don't fit suny zone just really being an ambassador for the America first agenda and that was the first time that I really saw just how much this administer is name laugh laugh yeah it's Love Love it looks like laugh Utah Law Yeah what a great last name in cave always wanted now before we got eero kids had to do their homework huddled in the kitchen by fire like Abraham Lincoln right math on a shovel head and stuff like that but no erosion is titled Tape Man This isn't free but you can go to shop blaze media dot com slash Chad Use Promo Code Chad ten and guess what you can do you can buy some of our merch like for instance Anri Henry now you're Latin spin is good thank don't you worry about all that now Kinda Lena I like it so I'm glad you're sitting down so you think Steve like at this stage in the game you feel like an underachiever take much arms I think everybody who works for the administration that supports the president or Patriots. I mean we're just everyday Americans don't want to help out all right take it back from her does that make you feel about all of that though I'm you know if elected obviously be honored and it's more auden and I have never felt more marginalized for being a trump republican than ever being Hispanic In in DC listen to you why would why would we respect you at your age yeah that's a great question I think there are we live in such an area now where millennials are disrupting every against you or anything like that I mean a contrary to what the world of social media would have us believe how were you welcomed into that administration with open industry right I mean you have billion millennials that are building billion dollar businesses now you've were game changers and I think that there's such a need for eating competition with Ao see here and I like the point that you made on that she's running out of state of Illinois which is I would have to think a pretty uphill climb the young people on the other side that are talking about socialism what is our country going to look like in twenty thirty years from now we need to anger people in office now that even young or older the older generation is just so happy that younger people wanna get involved in the the public service type of route and so honestly it's been more positive than than I ever thought and I really think it's because of the age that we live in the era I think people are excited to see a younger generation get involved with things like this I really do we need it I mean when you have people like AFC and of an amazing opportunity here to flip back and at least try to make change and I hope that from flipping back from a national perspective we're actually doing work serve the American dream we need to preserve conservative principles principles and going back to what our founding fathers wanted and if we don't have people to carry the torch for that in regards to the state how is that area for you so the state itself obviously is notorious to be a democrat powerhouse but and especially at the on on a on a local perspective because that's what's important now you're states are what matters the communities are what matter and the more that conservatives Oh to have a Democrat in like Lauren Underwood who's very very far socialist what's fun she's fundamentally not representing the values of a district like that so we I know there's a lot of ageism that goes into things I I was running organizations when I was in my early and mid twenties and you have people that just like don't don't don't throw Israel under the bus 'cause you claim that you have a memo back in Palestine like Rashida to lead I'm just saying in the name Catalina thank you and I'm throwing accent in it that I serve like as a redneck from Georgia I have no right whatsoever throw any accent it's like calling somebody from France Oh don't marry your brother I don't even know if you have a brother but don't find one to marry okay don't pull an Ilana Omar don't what Steve I'm waiting my turn in can flip these districts back and continue on conservative principles and we're making change small but then on an entire national perspective at the state level but in the district it was actually a district that president trump won by four points it's a conservative Republican at heart and anyway but they can send written checks I'll take this they never want to send cash that's correct the deal but I will tell you about a deal that is going to change the promises okay if you get elected first of all I don't care if you do videos on instagram or live feed video I don't care if you do that but just two yeah and come in from family we'll get into this more 'cause I want you to tell the story coming from a family of legal immigrants bought a Malla is an exciting story but I want you to make me illegal immigrants before the veteran community before constituents and I think especially when you're talking about all the issues that are going on I'm sure that the apartment you live in if you buy Kia furniture you put it all together okay you actually have furniture in your house unlike afc I I also that who are just so divisive and are trying to create this narrative all four instagram and offer the the social media national perspective when you have a representative who's buying into the political game of the party like the Democrats are doing right now going against trump talking about impeachment well not a whole lot and I think on top of that she's actually put recently there was a bill that was going to be passed on she puts from from legal immigrants and then you have to see this stuff and you gotta just shake your head that's going on tell us your story a little bit about your family shirt so my mom my grandmother almost third World Latin American country and they survived all of that and they built what they had they try to make you to achieve any sort of you know dream right there's a very huge level of class warfare you have the red it really doesn't take much that's why I love having people can lean on this you know I love it I love it just so we can make feet Steve feel guilty that's right kind of boost your Iq by having me here have people who are playing way too much on the party politics and trying to capture on a media narrative the the out of touch and that's not the way it should be that's not what rep join what are you doing for the people who put you in office it just doesn't seem to be anything I mean Alexandra Cortes is down on the border and she's crying at fences and they try to be somebody down there but obviously because of the political issues down there you you there was no sense of being able to their family didn't have money right like they know what struggle is and I think a lot of children and a lot of people who've come here legally they know what hardship with hard work you can be whoever you want to be well that was that's an amazing place to WANNA strive to get to and so when they came here to come here they're incentivized to come here illegally a lot of the times and we're taking away what made America great and what makes native democracy is about that's been a big issue for me because I look at these people who have they've been given such a platform to have such a voice I'm looking at their communities in the areas that have elected you see the point I'm trying to look at this stuff it's crazy and it all comes back to we need to preserve the American character when you have elected people like instability of where she was coming from and so because of just who she was and you know my grandmother at eight years old how to work on a coffee farm because well that's not public service right your we need to reestablish integrity in our public servants and these are the congressional the congressional this in your district a country that people want to strive to get to you have people who've you mentioned that you know the thing that keeps America great or makes America great a lot of people get offended talk about the border and and down there we'll it's sad that there's not enough of that gratitude anymore we're in a an era where people are entitled what they're so out of touch with their districts they're not looking at what is actually going on in the community what are the kitchen table issues everyday Americans in you know my mom worked three jobs she learned English and she was so grateful that there was a country that she could go to Away from the political district like ours or districts across the country are actually who actually care about what is what do they care about and I think that's a huge problem too when you have now underwood right okay now what she done can you tell me and maybe it's been a lot but what in your opinion what has she done for the constituents in that district as she done and my mom and that side of the family came here in the eighties from Guatemala and for anybody who doesn't know what Guatemala's all about it's a very corrupt country it's awesomeness which is the Chad pray through show all the fun people we have on here your friends need to know about this and some of your non-french need to know about it too because we are guaranteed to trigger them just as much you know staring across in in in the so-called outrage and like you're from Queens like what what's what's the deal here and your family who cares is and a lot of everyday Americans no hardship is and they had so much gratitude for for the United States they were happy to be Americans and when by that terminology these days we'll America was never great but that that just makes me mad I mean that irritates me when people say that because the fact in our country's law said down here if you just hit him with Catalina Lawf- and she is running she's not just to be clear we're talking about her not unseen listen I'm usually the poor the middle class is very small and so when they saw you know a country like the United States that offered so much opportunity and get him trying but that's amazing what you do it I mean how much have you have you caught a lot of flack for doing this because so you can even complain about that shows you how great America is absolutely and I was listening to a lady on a radio call in program the other day who had cheat emigrated I'm GonNa Model as a matter of fact and she'd come here she had migrated legally she had become a citizen and the host of the show said look I know how hard it is doing arrays little patriots to what kind of push back do you get being twenty-six Hispanic conservative Republican and I can't say that I blame them for that because America is a great country and as if it if we weren't great why would they come right and we need to be college is for it so I think there's a lot of that on the party side I think there's always gonna be that divide of the Parents you know mom is an immigrant what kind of pushback are you getting that now that you've gone public with this it's is becoming an American citizen wasn't that hard you know what I'm saying I mean there are people who there are people who have done everything they can to get to this country and I feel like I feel like to go into an elected office it could hinder me in some ways do you ever feel like that yes but I think people want authenticity ear politicians and then disrupters right and so I get a lot of while you're not falling in line or wait your turn type of thing for lack of a better word right it should be everyday representatives and you should speak your mind because then your the constituents understand that you are the this is Steve this is why I don't run for politics we waited too long so you gotta do young young for the Skeleton Start Piling up now from underneath that skeleton toast sticks out of that closet and I'm like no shut the door shut the door it should done when I was twenty six I'm telling you yeah I mean why I mean how dare you be proud of America look at you Steve Unapologetic Patriot what's wrong with you hundred percent why would you wear that her because it's just who I am right and the laugh want so badly to to have the stereotype of that This is the time to do that because we need a reestablish that type of integrity people shouldn't just be suited up in this ivory tower unapologetically patriotic like we should love America and I think it was a really scary time where you know when we talk about what people are getting erupted that space and a lot of ways of being transparent speaking his mind and I think people crave that right and I think it's more of he is that because nobody can put me in this box and because I'm breaking this narrative it's whatever they say it doesn't matter that for wearing you know flags on their shirts and and just loving this country will what is wrong with that we should not be silenced we should love this country selfish part of me wants to go don't do don't tell because you do have integrity and you do have a patriotic drive and it is an American I feel sorry that she doesn't understand capitalism because there is so much that is so detrimental ear politicians and it's just it's not it's not the way it should be agreed you and you you graduated your your your degrees from Miami of Ohio yes hang and I'm sorry now I'm not GonNa wait my turn this is the time for disruption to happen in the political space and clearly the career politicians aren't doing their job effectively should it almost twenty six now look those dead out pal I couldn't do it I like people ask me all the time to run for and I'm like no I can't do it because of too outspoken right office too because look there's a lot of personal sacrifice that I've given up in in to do this and in terms of career and I platform you've been through some things but then there's another part of me that says hell yeah take it to them and use that platform and do what you've gotta do so who knows and then go online you see people who just love her I mean they just lover and I think that she just hung the moon I'm like are Y'all idiots you are Hispanic fewer female if you're young than you should be Democrat and then if you're not you're bullied into it well I love the fact that you know I'm I'm conservative and I'm not going to occur all science and communications way better than sees economics degree from Boston University oh which girl can't even count money who are coming along your outspoken you're educated intelligent you've got a lot of wisdom even for your age you're not willing you're not afraid to go out and be outspoken and speak your convictions and understand what their everyday struggle I look I look at Washington DC and I don't know how much time you spent in Washington DC personally the fact that we've come to where we are today and so it's time that patriots step forward and and we disrupt the system listen Airland all you got to get behind his girl let me tell you we now right I mean we're in this era where there's so much transparency now in politics between social media between you know in in president trump really kind of just missing either side Yeah I get a lot of oh you're a race traitor your anything that they can find but what's great out her policies and not only our policies but our rhetoric that just a self destructive you think she's the one is even a narrative in the media and people are even talking about it will what about things that actually matter like our taxes are you crazy kids y'all know any better get off my lawn you know the whole thing but that's that's the deal don't write off the next generation because there are men and women that are out there like yourself have I don't WanNa be a career politician you do your time you serve and you you try to give back in the way that you think that you can and you know this thing of WanNa care they care about the environment but these things are just so they're not what should be prioritized I've never met anybody that wanted the environment a crash I've never met anybody that wanted to live in a landfill I've never met anybody that wants to Earth to be destroyed or children to die or flood eating a narrative and they're creating the policy narrative when again that's not kitchen table issues right like when you go to a district that's not what people care about the course people you're doomed already not gonNa make it I mean when you hear stuff like that you just cringe it's ridiculous but the fact that it ed immigration reform and healthcare reform like let's go back to the things that matter and that's why again the AFC squads the world are so detrimental because they're domino labels and so if I if I can put you in a box and categorize you put a label on it then put that box on the shelf and then I'm like I don't have to deal with her I know what she is she's twenty six years old she's the major in you get an associate's degree and then you went yes in Miami of Ohio which Gresh Grade School thank you yeah I loved Miami of Ohio I did leads and famines and soon amies and you know locusts and frogs and hailstorms from God I've never met anybody wants all those things we don't care about the planet we live think again it should be solved by young people who want to serve and and understand the the policies and economics and did you ever look at her December feels sympathetic for her or or you're like man this is the bed you made I feel into again that's why she younger people should be an office because it's going to affect our generation and generations to come a lot more than it is for the baby boomers they had their time and 'cause for me age is just a number eight I mean I don't even worry about that and you mentioned something either about you know the people want to put you in a box and that's true that's we live in an age massive spending it's it's because they want to increase taxes it's because they're they're they're willing to bet economy an entire economy people's albums you're picking this ethereal problem that we can't even verify scientifically right and that's the issue though too is that what it becomes is it just it's mm-hmm I hope so I hope so yeah but it's like Nancy Pelosi said a glass of water on the Democratic ticket could have gotten elected in that district but it really is just a trashy place like I mean there's just it's worth it's just for the scum goes to thrive you know what I'm saying and then you meet folks like us I mean like this is just the stuff that comes out is just craziness it's pure craziness so I I we'll see what happens is we live in some interesting political addictions are good thank you a lot from a policy standpoint there

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Ep 98 | The Chad Prather Musical

The Chad Prather Show

44:28 min | 2 years ago

Ep 98 | The Chad Prather Musical

"It's party time mom welcome to the mothership which is studio twenty two. My name is Chad Prater and I'm the host of the Chad prager. Show thank you for joining us here on facebook Youtube and wherever podcast or delivered to my left is a young lady that we we like to call hot news. Natalie is it because she's hot near because she knows the news. Maybe it's a mixture of both sitting in our our esteemed peanut gallery is party foul. Steve Steve is getting caught up on the news of the day by looking at his phone view via the fascist fascist google. What are you learning Steve? I'm maximum facebook at this time. Liking my own post data boy. We Love Egos around here sitting next to him as the Texas XS legend Steve Helms what's up man. I'm just sitting here enjoying my Chad Fraser whiskey. What are you drinking? What type of Whiskey are we imbibing upon today in party time whiskey of choice that Jameson let's all lack the saw lead singer inquiries to Steve at watched Chad Dot Com and we'll give you a P._o.? Address where you can ship us all form of mail bombs and anthrax as well as good whiskeys with around on the world now. We're going to go to Ireland Natalie. Did you know this. I didn't know we're going to you know who's going to go. I'm going party. Foul Steve's going to Texas legend Steve Leave Helms going. We're going to Ireland badly. I want to be like us. I love you I want to I'm trying to justify it. I'm just that's got to noon Cabbie guides to see and introduce y'all all you have to go to Texas red dirt PUB CRAWL DOT COM sign up today undermine name or number Steve or Chad divide your fan my name no party fouls Steve You sign up under party fell Steve. That's great too because that benefits fits me all right. 'cause we share everything. It's an M._l._m.. You know I I wanNA laugh on this. I'm not gonNA have deadpan whole show well. I'm funny. The I saw the lineup of you guys Steve Helms Martin mccague A._B.. Bagwell there's three girls on their their <music>. Serhan Chad prager show just sponsor you to go. You think this is a for profit business helps. We don't make money here. GOES PEOPLE DON'T WATCH US listen. Yes they watch it on Facebook Ryan chain. That's the other female sure and they're beautiful. Beautiful hearts met them yet but they just know them. Physically there are there are sisters. We Love Them Robin. was there American Airlines stewardess hostess. What do you call them? Flight attendants sweet air waitresses I know what Song did she sing. Sky Hookers Steve Guy Hookers. Can we write that Song Scott Bucher Sky Hookers Week.. Anybody can wrap that. It's us we. Let's do it so we're GONNA. We're GONNA write that Song Sky hookers about flight attendants sky hookers and long Labia Arabia wow wow long L. Labia wow party time lomb stay horned. Wow how biological that's an anatomical reference you can't you don't have to do this labor nor the President I would like to talk to you. The president of who human resources would like thank God. We don't have human resources here. It's fantastic we just yes. We just come at you. In the court of Public Opinion Yeah. Is Anybody insulted you on Social Media Lately <hes> so you live a charmed life. Okay Okay No. I told me not to read them so I don't read them. I was kidding. You should read them because the majority of them are probably Chad insulting. I have all my fake accounts. I did post this past week that if you're following a page on facebook called the Chad pray through fans or chat breath and fan club or anything get off of it unsubscribe from it. I have nothing to do with that. There are the in here's the deal there's there's tons of hate speech. That's on it and people say really really wrong. Thanks I really don't care that much about that because if you're paying attention to that then you're part of the problem to somebody says stupid things. Just don't listen to it so if you're if you're going to keep coming back to a page that has hate speech that's on you. I have nothing to do with it never been affiliated with it. Never been a part of it but I asked people to lead it because it is loaded with botts. You're getting auto responses from bots and things like that and I don't like that. I just don't trust any of that stuff so if you're following following anything if if if I have four pages okay there's Chad aether personal pages has a blue check mark by my name. There is the Chad Prater business page which is my naming a blue check mark and then there's political cowboy and there's watch Chad pray through my videos get posted so I'm just just public service announcement as always you can go to watch Chad Dot com on me on tour and all of these things send your hate mail though Steve At watched Chad Dot Com Steve helps many Steve's. There's like two testicles over here daddy the foul and Steve from Texas legend. I liked it better. You just need a big name. Calling Texas legends where you are Old William I mean don't you feel it when you get up like trying to go out on me for a month. I'm so old that you should probably we feel when I get up right. Now you ever find yourself scratching your inner ear with your keys like trump keys like that. I've actually ear and touched on the other side of you. WanNa know WHO's young the puppet master. That's why we give him. The heavy lifting above the master is your mark who drives this starship studio twenty two. He's over here sitting next to candidacy the queen of the Ethiopians look at them so just precious martyrs great beard. Eh You'd see like mine has a little makeup sort of you know even splashy but but see he grows his because he just likes it good beard weird agro mind because I have a huge double chin. We're not look in the mirror. It looks like my face given birth to a whole new face and I don't like that so you grow years Natalie we've seen you without your beard eared thumb and a cowboy hat a left-hander around a Weirdo speaking from a twenty-seven awesome. Why are you going to ask her because she's twenty two twenty three this to free to frigging honest? That's what we like so with or without the beard or what she's asking me think he looks like a cowboy hat with the out his beard. I want to take the fifth on Oh. I'm kidding <music>. I'm kidding so she can be honest. She is fired. No she knows candice like bearded men. GotTa have facial hair. That's a good question. What is happening you went? We went over this time. We you went without the beard when you did the movie role right. You just didn't look like the the same person the brand the cowboy hat and the beard sexy have a weird baby face chubby cheeks. It's more like more like a penis with Lay's potato chip lays down how the ripples my face is. I look look. I'm not complaining. I'm forty six years old and it's still sort of have that baby face if I didn't if I didn't party Tom have probably look a whole lot younger than I did. I found a picture on facebook yesterday of me and Steve From what was that five years ago. Wow schober lease child my Lord we should do. We should do a show. Oh at a Botox Party. No see you were you you. That's like Brian. Haynes got a song never use his songs called. Never use Willem Dafoe as your safe Edward because it sounds like ooh do. Would you got a ball in your mouth. Can you see can you see the picture. Steve won't even cared about our joke. Steve Steve Land your hand behind you. Maybe a little bit stu like aim at right at the bill Steve. You know this is a four audio podcast right while you're doing Joe and tells me Chad in a picture step on my joke man. That's fantastic bro appreciate shake your telling a joke. There was no jokes on this episode. This is going to be deadpanned laugh. Oh you know laughing okay well. I'm not laughing. y'All get all you want with Botox. We can't tell you never use Willem dafoe. Is your safe word now. Finish the joke yeah. You aren't listening right into the House party Joe Right in here this picture of me. The joke was because it sounds like when you got a ball gag in your mouth. That's funny. I've never had a ball gag in my mouth live. Where exactly have you tangled Steve or those still available? These are available at very short time at the show shelled out shelled-out once Caesar Gome I think for now these are going and we have a whole new line of Merchant merch coming out insane week. It's going to be watched. Chad dot com really cool stuff. We've got a silent Herbert with studio twenty two on there. Are we just chat parade their show we got we got a party thou- nation shirts going to be on there. We're going to be launching party foul nation the whole website for that's coming up <hes> we're building in the marketplace for that right now. You're going to be able to get everything from and it ain't going to be branded. Chad pray three. I got nothing to do with it other than I'm GonNa make money off of it. The we're going to have is going to be a whole lifestyle party. Foundation is coming. It's going to be a whole lifestyle. Let's go to be everything you enjoy doing. As America as Americans I don't care if it's wet t-shirt to an off road truck to barbecue and and just chicks and guns and fire trucks. I'm just saying it's going to be a whole. Oh lifestyle party fouls nation. You know I really think we should do some boxers and on the butt of them. Stay horned. Stay horned done I think that's great in on the front right there C._p._i.. I'm not affiliated with party he C._P._A.. So I want to do you know what's funny. Is You party time mom bathing suits. There's a one piece bathing suit. If you go to blaze DOT COM blaze T._v.. Dot Com go to their store actually see I haven't promoted that because I don't want my face anybody's bathing suit but it's there didn't come up with the graphics feed them to Mexico about a sweet I know you would have this is just an episode. I want to get caught up on some things because some things that matter so we've been working real hard on building this concept called party foul nation and and we it's GonNa be it's GonNa be branded for people who like to have fun. We got some great t shirt ideas great hat ideas merchandise jacuzzis and got barbecue rub this coming out. We can talk talk about the rub flavors if we WANNA talk about him but let's wait til this available because that's how it goes. I don't want to promote too far ahead. You'll be a look at marketing genius over hair as it. You'll be able to go to party foul T._X.. Dot Com you'll also be able to go to party found natio- crossover because you had nations across I can still link it where to go straight to party Texas yeah party X T X but you'll be able to find it. Website should be up here in the next few days <hes> and they will have the marketplace going but anyway is going to be a whole lifestyle deal. You're going to enjoy party. Foul nation has got nothing to do with politics nothing to do with is just being an American that likes to have and you're GonNa love it so we got that coming up. I have a new comedy tour. That's about to come out with a few guys who I will not name right now and we're going to do a very heavy run of shows through September to the end of the year and then move into twenty twenty. It's GONNA be exciting. I can't wait to announce it but we're not announcing it just yet because we're still working out a few little minor details but it's GonNa be me and a few other folks Steve Steve. Helms has an album out that everybody needs to get. We've talked about this but it's some of you've never heard of me and actually there's a ton of you to help everybody has it. The first four albums out there man the newest one. We'll album cannot buy you a little taste. I'm sorry what I'm talking about. My album route now Nataliya Friday night fever on the radio this morning. Thanks man so sing. A Little Steve Steve is the Texas legends. We has multiple albums out. Well sure you really going to put the man on the spot and ask him to sing. That's his lesson. If it's like saying in the Hot News Natalie Hot I may just is just do it. What do you want me to sing that my gosh you have four albums pixel married to get this kind of abuse studio by a woman? Is Tom some as a really great voice. I think we should share it. Let's not get care. He didn't bring his guitar guitars or not the great he's not an Acapella soprano here okay we're not talking about. He's a great singer. He is a great entertainer. Come to one of my shows. You get Steve Helms Baby. It's funny Natalie's talking to have a cigarette. She's never been. I've I've I've played your music. Thank you very much. I haven't seen you live. You're right so you may suck Tuck. I'm not sure but I know that in your albums with tune auto tune your great great I'm like he just got back from Mexico yeah. He's always anytime you see Steve. He's just gotten back. I'm I'm going next year because he said that was his ninth. This was this was the ninth year well next year next. They're going to do a real big blow. Outta podcast anniversary blowout means something completely different on a pig farm. I'm just going to tell you eh pooped the guitars and swim up bar good times good times candice. Can you saying no no now. Just GonNa Screw can saying that mark you singer. No come on everybody can carry a tune Steve. nope not a singer no talent whatever your singer I heard you do it badly sings. She's soul veg. I've heard you do Newton John. Oh that's right. We'll it was to get go to you on Karaoke night with Hernandez Jayson Hernandez Metro Jason Metro Jason Jason surprisingly nails it. He said I played Danny Zuko in a play stranded at the drive here grand hit a food. What will they say Monday? SCHOO- who good okay yes Chad tastic you sing with that arrest my for your favorite musical of all time so I've been in three musicals now. What in the question about you now once favorite route show too so well okay? I really do love West side story which you know Natalie would start in so I tried out for west side story and now they hey did. I was not good enough to be Natalie. Would your name is Natalie. Wood's it is it is Maria I will drown no lifeguard R._S._p.. Lifeguard isn't that a billy Joel tune drown. Please me and there's you said you were going to sing it for me. And being we know Jane Teenage gave her hard James Dean Good Trevor School. Go Queen and WANNA be loved. I WanNa be loved like that. You know who doesn't want to to get pregnant in the back seat of a cabriolet when they're seventeen and a half James Dean. I mean who doesn't want to die when they're twenty eight James Name when he got to be something like that right yeah he gears old. We Dame's wasn't gay. You're thinking of rockets pretty much sure. I'm and I don't think they say Marion Morrison the Duke John Wayne. They said he was player to no. Oh you could do some research out there. Now believe it. I don't know if I believe that but anytime I talk about being masculine like John Wayne or you know the do quit and handle in law that all these old actors all the old Hollywood people they talk about them being gay or being on the down low or behind. You know kind of pulling that thing because it was so taboo you know they don't say that about you know who they don't say that about punk. They don't say these ladies would say nothing about Clint Eastwood because he'll kill you. He'll still kill you with a look. I told Jacob Schick Jacob. Come on man. Give me an eastwood movie just a little piece. I just want to be onset. Just just I I can just walk through in the background just so I could say I was on a Clint Eastwood movie because he's been in two of them. Now I now three three three stay to stay off knew the meal wasn't was not in <hes> he was an American sniper American sniper and then Lady Gaga sorry. I thought he had something to do with that. That was a brand new Bradley Cooper. They're all the story do that. Movie and Bradley came to him and wanted to do it so clint. Let Bradley do the movie Yeah Yeah. I think he better than going to do. A remake of that and Bradley wanted to do it so clint. Let him do that. Do you do you Clerides was awesome yeah. He's a national. I just listened to a podcast again to go back to Natalie Wood. I listened to the murder of Natalie Wood. It's podcast because everybody always asked me. What I think happened Bob Wagner in the podcast? I did not realize there was <hes> it was kind of known that Robert Wagner was gay and that she had caught him in bed. What are you saving heart? Not Gay was gay I had or he died. I'm not saying saying it according to the podcast the Natalie Wood mysterious murder Natalie Wood that she had walked in on him and another which which spurred their first divorce does that make you gay. It doesn't really just how long you hold it or how many times repetitively I think I just love saying things like Pierce Brosnan and his did he still I know but just so people will start commenting on these things no he's. He's the best bond ever starts a fight. People like screw. You don't do y'all know who was on the boat that night that she died. Do you know who else was on the boat with them. Besides the captain who says Jesus is yeah he's with us. He's omnipresent Christopher Walken and like a beaver council. You guys gotta go records. Eh Eric at night. You don't say top bottom face as with a solder iron. I talked to my friend Robert Wagner they reference. Does you guys get it so that you get this churned butter. The butter he was on deck with Robert. Wagner was okay bobby you here's them using splashing in the water. I don't know Pi Hi Kathy somebody somebody's in the water would slipping by. You know what I heard the most. When I About Ted Kennedy and the when he drove off the bridge and <hes> Mary Jo Kopechne it drown he and he went back rather than told his buddies that it had happened they couldn't there was no saving her and then they went he went back and went sleep rather rather than call authorities. He called his dad. Call Joe Kennedy on a phone and of course Joe Kennedy was out of it not really impressed with teddy at that that point because he wasn't bobby and he wouldn't Jack so anyway they waited till the next day for that. Somebody actually had to come along and find that Torralba to become a thing so anyway of course they buried it. Under the whole deal I mean it was an accident but he was drinking and driving and drove off the bridge and boom that guys you need to watch a good movie. I will good movie. I think he was pretty fair. Teddy of course then he went and lived another sixty years as a senator was he gay was he Steve Steve Seems to be the expert on these things do not know I don't I just don't think he was gay and there's nothing wrong with it if he wants you know I was just talking about James Dean and there is evidence that he was there was interviews with him. Yeah I mean who isn't these days. Who isn't really I feel like if you and I were alone? Steve you would want me okay. Let's say you were. Tom Hanks six okay. Let's say you guys are Tom Hanks Wilson on the cast on the castaway on that volleyball running they both y'all and Y'all were the two we're going to snuggle for sure like if it was two dudes on the same island for four years like that y'all our spirit fish experience something else party slim down like he did on that olive. He'd look pretty good are they steve would be all head. He would look a spoon giddy because he doesn't have an ASS. He's all back and crack right back just turns into a crack. He's narrowing. Did you back on your your fat but still I bet that was funny. Looking you were fat twenty five twenty five twenty five had all skin removed everything he has ever seen his driver's license you ever seen his driver's license wallet home. It's like a mugshot of Dave Dave Grohl it does is accused of being Dave Grohl so many times I mean I'm embarrassed. We check into hotels because people will look at us now you you want people look at us and it's like he looks horrible. This looks like a you know what it means. When a woman puts on another man's cowboy small head do not have small hit shed tells me something about you know your that means you have alimony coming? Hey alimony state. We're in Texas God. That's funny. You look like the chick from Golly just see John Volta Walk at in wanting to dance C._C.. The one that he cheated with Sissy sister no no all it come on now she was. Oh Gosh I can see your face. Yeah Electric Cowboy Get B._B.. Urban Cowboy Oh boy oh boy she was <hes> she grew up to be looking hot. Chick that he met Gillies. She was the Houston oil tycoon. Whatever looks like she grew up? She went on later to have a bigger role in <hes>. Give Me Debra Winger Madeline Smith. nope okay hot Brunette. She's it's should be kiss. She cheated the was never hot but you got she lightness thing up there. John Travolta hooked up with and then went back to Debra winger here. You hadn't made grow. Oh She's through the sissy bump the license plate back in the in the window dumb ass the only one that's coming up as Madeleine that may be maybe the I'm trying to think of what she was in her last name. Talk the talk about something interesting the anyway so now and it's just like that numbers are falling fallen off there. You go an urban cowboy. WHO's kicking? It still is betty white. She was not an urban kicking it sleeping. Come on we've all Barry Corbin very corporate news living here Fort Worth we've cellphones. Why do we not chick's name Madeline Samatha? My Lord have mercy her yeah. She's fine. Herkus look choose Chevy Chase's wife and funny for Yes. She was yeah so anyway you see the resemblance Oh she looks longer now all that no okay can't really get along time ago was Terri Clark. I see that too. She's getting gay. She's gay all right. I can see the resemblance I'm talking about. Wrangler jeans resemblance probably wear jeans yeah so anyway that was that was that was five minutes of absolute nothing on the radio <music> buddy. He signed this L. Roberts. Oh yeah she's in. She's in the she snatched it off my head and signed it without my permission but she's she's a sweet Julius niece no not her L. is l.. Ism Okay M. E. L. L. E.. She's she she plays plays. She's a Co Star in the movie. Unplanned came out to our show in Anaheim her in jared her other co star. He's now her bow in Grad. She said I'm not sign. It and I was pleased on some hat. She signed the inside of it as a joke. That's still there. It's still there any new hat not because of that. There's about messed up anyway. So what are we talking about. Kelly I hate y'all forgetting off of that thing. We were talking about musicals and famous people people. What is your favorite musical so you're in the sharks and the jets Sud Story? I did west side story guys and dolls. I really liked guys and dolls I want. I want everybody Eddie watching right now. What you to comment? I want you to come in here. I want you to comment. What was your favorite? What's your favorite musical of all time so just y'all start typing that in musical that Natalie was in no I guys did show boat as well but my favorite your showboating now Natalie Yeah Yeah Yeah Steve? Do you have a favorite musical like a movie or just like a musically musical school rock school. I watched it on Broadway so well. Oh that would be that the movie the movie but it doesn't matter what Greece is probably an excellent musical is great. I remember growing up legend. I don't want to say yeah you do. You're GONNA say rent will does like the old Disney movies count as musical Chitty <hes> Pity Bang Bang. Oh Chitty Chitty Bang Bang I mean I love that guy. I like I like rent. Dan Yeah Yours is due by the way always is everybody's got at their hands out of is a bummer another mark. I don't know I I don't know if I've seen enough twenty minutes to you. I was seriously trying to think <hes> musicals evacuations lion king what about stuff man and give him his it just came out with Bohemian rhapsody rocket commands amuse rock band was a musical Bohemian rhapsody was not a musical. It was a biopic that had their music in rocket man was gay Super Gay Super super-duper gay but it wasn't as gay as I thought it was going to be. No I enjoyed it. I thought it was genius. The way they put that movie together telling his life story using <hes> <hes> him and Bernie songs. I thought I haven't seen it yet. Yeah people said Oh my God. There's so much graphic and I was like Nah is really not really not really uh-huh did you you saw Steve Good was great. I thought they did a great job because those songs Elton John Songs who I love Love Love Love Love Love I mean the guy can sing a cereal box and he's actually done it in concerts where people say give me something to say and he's he's the ingredients of tied box. He's saying at the piano may He's you can just read words and make a song out of it. He's got that gift but you his songs like if you just listen to them you're like what in the world is talking about but but if you apply them to those scenarios in his life in that state like Oh that's that's interesting. It makes it makes a lot of sense last year. I got invited to go to California to play for for a Caro's Kennedy thing and one of your is one of the guys just bought Bernie Tokens old house out there and the piano still there that they wrote most of those songs on Wow. I got to set on the piano stool and play you corrupted I did but I got to play piano on that piano in right here on the wall. I know y'all can't see me because it's a audio but is the lyrics to yellow brick road with GONNA come <hes>. It was very cool. Man I land. Yes should've stayed on the phone should have listened to my I it's awesome. The snapchat go is the reason he's the mongrels anyway glistened when he sings to her falsetto. It's nice tattered pants. Did you come up with a movie or show favorite mark. Did I come up with one yeah no I didn't I give it back to her yeah. You're the microphone candy see I mean you can nobody could do worse than cheat G._D.. Bang Bang come on. That's Hartman told you want to say Richard Truck Lesbian Dick Van Dyke Picker Truck Lesbian Dick Van Dyke Funny What candace what sinks from it which is your favorite. My favorite would probably have to be between lay MEZ which I think is like a classic of the Operas Pretty Good <hes> but then like a movie version Willie Wonka and the chocolate factory spray classic classic pure imagination pure imagination me with me you see singing that no not going to see now. I'm just less music. Man is my favorite my favorite seventy six trombones let the the parade two cornets right close behind every word every song in that little deal. I still pretty close to it. I still nail it out. Chad's nailing it right now or fun fact he's gay too gay. That's because we're took happy being happy absolutely nothing wrong. Happy Happy Happy happy but I think that we should do jennings had this idea he said. We should have a a podcast that just it's a musical all of a sudden like we're talking about something or like. WHO said I'm gay? He said I'm gay. Why am I okay? What did I do to give off that way? I'm okay yes. I'm conflicted because the dictate the thirty three through thirty six yeah. It's going to be a social media clips on this day away game but you went to the border to take me to the W. Happy Matter Jacci Chachi daisy to go to the hotel the make Charles in charge if anybody if any of your fans have ever just want to sit around and shoot it with you. You're in it like people are always like we we would love to just come hang out with you. Chad just like this is it. This is it this is off. The cuff unscripted hanging out sitting around if you're sitting around the fire pit with us. This is the stuff that goes. I usually get stuff like that to say hey man we need to hang out and I yeah yeah we'll come out of the house and then the next thing they say is is is Chad coming off my list. I have an interesting I'm not that exciting avenue interesting fact to go with my a miracle background so I went to Pinole College School in East Texas love that place who or go opponent built ponies phillies in Philly so when I was there and I was doing musicals I actually was in these musicals and one of my vocal coaches was a guy named Bernie Tedi Bernie T._d.. Do you remember who that is. You do who is it. Don't put me on the spot. You tell the story you're right. You're right Bernie Bernie. <hes> they made a movie about called Bernie. It has <hes> Matthew mcconaughey. That's fine no Bron Bernie. You'll remember this in in a second hand has matthew mcconaughey Shirley maclaine and Jack Black who played Bernie Bernie was my vocal coach and he was arrested. Somebody put them in a freezer razor. Actually that was a good move her care choice her caretaker yeah but it was a weird sort of thing until finally he was done with her before. We are getting all George Judgy. What did she do to deserve this you yeah well? She had a little money like she would take him on all the vacations and everything he would take her. She paid for everything she he was yeah. He paid for everything he was a very giving soul. In Carthage Texas he owned the local boot scoot and western wear or I guess she owned it but he owned it he bought. I think the local airport didn't have the funeral home to he. He was a mortician there. That's how they met because he covered <hes> her husband's funeral Carl and that's how they originally met and Bernie was my vocal coach and actually went and sang at Carnegie Hall with Him. Our Group of US did with Shreveport Chamber singers in when we got back the mayor small town mayor called me said we're looking for one of my friends and I said well he's probably over at Bernie's house and he said no Bernie just been arrested for the murder of Marjorie nugent and we all knew that he hadn't done it like there's there's no way wouldn't hurt. A fly called me back said he just confessed couldn't believe it so that you could have been in the freezer as well well. He stuck her in the freezer. She stayed there for nine months forever yeah longtime yeah so it was a very crazy story but he did all three musicals with me. Can You keep someone in the freezer before or you can't reuse it anymore than come unplugged or anything go out or anything. All sudden bag starts leaking expiration operation date you know well. She's been for not muchly. This isn't Venezuela or Baltimore Man. I'm telling you this East Texas. We got power over there. Everybody can skip Hollandsworth did that. You know he's a writer for text monthly. I Like I want to meet him. Skip pollens worth and then Richard Linklater's the one. Who did that movie really good late in movie? It was good because they're nothing is it is all factual Hollywood anything up Bernie B E R in I it's kind of a dark comedy ready but it is a we should make a musical out of Bernie him him giving you vocal lessons was any thing that had to do with him. Killing her probably pushed him over because he killed Shirley. maclaine played the new Jet Lady Shirley maclaine who also played weezer in steel magnolias so would be if you WANNA take a free <music> plays. You thought long and hard on Australia man. That's all true all L. factual everything you just saying it was right. Yeah I write musicals. Dom telling you do all you gotta do is take life but at the song yes thank that but those kids growing up to be junkies punks. Let's say it's gotTa whip that Tail Timeout is for losers. Keep kids kids out of jail or they become a Bernie and but we are in the freezer because he couldn't pleaser because he couldn't believe her because it's all about me Sir C. C. Show to show to two dozen roses just a handy uh-huh Party Tunnel Yup. We've got any rams are you didn't know your feet show it along fellows. Oh I think you've got this. Well under control. Say Steve CAN'T BANTER Steve Camp landslide and you break your Banter Panthers not broken. I love Y'all thank you for watching the jet braver should go to jail and watch dot com even know where to go. GO TO JENNINGS DOT COM T._v.. Dot Com Slash Humor Promo Code Chad sign-up. We've loved wasting wasting your time and you loved it too. I don't care how many of you haters so you Lena when you do politics trump tweets we do miracles musicals musicals any politics. None has also remy I eat. I get tired of it too there. 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There'd be music gunfire and trucks and I wanted to see I wanted to see the new gemology till I realized is Danny. Glover was one of the did he get to over is is Iraq in that one. Too is the Rock in that one engy yeah Danny Glover's one of the people who body goes into the character Danny Devito do yeah I think they should have filmed to word any glover's still sitting on the toilet waiting on the bomb to go off when he jumps off of that he's aw there you go Jack Black Suddenly Jack Black Bernie by the way Oh and by the way I like that movie that he played with Travolta Travolta it was the Shylock you get get <hes> was his name get shorty and by the way John Travolta he's gay I love you. I

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Ep 249 | Do Americans Need Universal Income? | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 249 | Do Americans Need Universal Income? | The Chad Prather Show

"The Chad prager show is sponsored by express. Vpn You have a right to privacy protected at express VPN DOT com slash. Watch Chad Party. You know it is welcome to another episode Chat Brady. Show here in the mother ship which was studio twenty two. The puppet master mark is at the helm driving us into the Nether regions. Draw things important of course candy. She the queen of the Ethiopians. My mind my filter. My brain. The person who stares holes I mean it tells me what to think and the Regal Herbert the silent dear stairs on from behind her shoulder making the same face. He made when the truck hit him. Hot News Natalie is hanging out at the pub with Party Foul Steve and movie shot and I have a problem with you guys right now. Let me tell you why oboe the issue is every time we do an episode and then we take a break. It is like a mad dash out to the snack counter out here. Oh it's true it's news you literally still have the food between your teeth Natalie. What's in your lap Natalie? Hold it up. What's in your lap. You got something I hear the crinkle of cellophane what is it. It's chips is. What do you eat? Doritos baked Lay's Okay. Bagful of CARBS. Who's the most weight during the corona virus? How Much Shawn Twelve phones? How Much Steve? Seven how much natalie. He's gained weight. How much I really haven't I've been working out. Are you calling me fat? No I've never caught. I just wonder how much weight you promise. I have not gained any weight. That's good can't show you gain any weight. No you don't look like you have mark of you. You don't look like you have well son of a bit. I got y'all be. I'm straight up points. Fifteen pounds of last month's data from this runs his mouth. Tim Young back in hot seat today began anyway. It's like we got craft services out there before I went on a cross country trip. I was running. Actually my cardio got better than it's ever been. I was running four miles a day. Which is the most? I've ever consistent dream last night that I started running again. Which is that's A. That's a nightmare because I after playing baseball as long as I did in my life I just wore once I was done I was never gonNA run again And I just can't do it and now just going upstairs at the house like rotary lung capacity up. Yeah I don't have any well then you better be having washing your hands. Weeden then you gotta quit smoking weed on way to I say that here with Afro from Jamaica Sean Smoking Vegas in Los Angeles Colorado Seattle all the places that are legal like Oklahoma. Wait a minute is it. I don't know but I do. Yeah I do. A good is a good thing. I don't smoke any weed go. Golly I'd wear I would have gained fifty pounds smoke. He doesn't know that'd be brutal. That would be brutal but gained weight again to do something about it though. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do something about it. I don't superbeets there you go I I am on my field of Greens. I love field. Greens and I'll also take their dust till dawn or down till dust stuff which is basically the time released energy thing. I love that do that every morning. My wife Taking Caffeine while drinking a bang energy drink. I don't know man I was on late last night. I was on Amazon has taken over our life. I was looking at elliptical machines and like stair climbers and bikes and stuff like Peleton's echelons and the great. Yeah for four grand you. We have Palo Tom. Just come out with our group. I'm not going your husband told you you needed to lose weight commercial. Okay with that. If he told me that I wasn't offended by that. I'm meeting the wrong women. They haven't because he is in love with a couple of the trainers video screen hundred percent. My husband rides and he's like this is the best ride ever because he looks really uncomfortable near the end. We'll the chicks they're they're they're they're beautiful they really are they riding in front of. You really don't know they're they're they're sweaty. Probably I thought you were like chase no matter if you ever taken a spin class. Are you looking at a screen base for four hundred interfaces strategy? Don't look like Eliza body positive instructors on do not know that has a seat swallowed right up trending on twitter now. Yeah tied body positive chat. Pray Him test turns out. I'm a hundred percent quisling Liz. Oh I didn't know. Hula was until a couple months ago. You started singing. Liz and I'm like I don't know who this poop Emoji looking person else and I don't know I don't WanNa know. Yeah there. It is that Tim runs his mouth running a business Hr issues can kill you. They can also get you fired. Wrongful TERMINATION SUITS MINIMUM. Wage requirements labor regulations. Hr manager salaries aren't cheap folks average of seventy thousand dollars a year. Bambi Spelled M. B. E. E. was created specifically for small business. You can get a dedicated. 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I was thinking about this show the other day and I said it's kind of like we start with the premise. And we KINDA BUILD. A to a conclusion. It's not like we come out real dogmatic telling people what they need to believe in what they need to think. Sometimes I'll get a little preachy. But that's okay shown so it's okay your life is changed because of me it. Has You now have a lake house? The people who actually own it don't even know we stay there every other week. We're headed down there this week. A lot more chicken because a lot more chicken squatters people need to be watching yardbirds and we need to do another episode of Yard Burgers Zoo. The world needs a tim and I are going to do some shows together. We keep talking about this. I've said this we go on the road. We're going to go on the road to it. You're you're like the traditional. I mean you're funny like people know that you're funny I come up and just say like snarky. Thanks that it takes a second of people go. Oh my God I just said that. There's this like. I hosted the accuracy in Media Fiftieth Anniversary gala. Yeah and Ben Carson was in the front row and I said some stuff there that like it took a second and then he. Oh It's amazing I love it. Was You get around Ben Carson? You're like is this guy wakes is. He wasn't a week because he's just kind of Switzerland. He became a thug at one point in his life. I know that's like his greatest hit. If you if you guys ever get to see Ben Carson talk may talks about when he went to stab a man and he hit his belt buckle instead buckle. He couldn't like a life of crime. Could've that that Joe Biden guy that corn pop corn corn pup. Vandy might have been frosted mini wheats. Can you takes your Ben Carson holding his. You know sideways as closed because he from. He's from Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore. I grew up in Baltimore actually. I'm still white kidding hood and wire Yeah so one of my friends was the number two writer on the wire and he grew up a mile from me and all that stuff is true. This is true. It's absolutely true I. There's nothing that scares me in towns anymore. Literally I can walk through the middle field. I've done it. Walked through the middle of Philadelphia at night. Because honestly if you walk through the hood and Philadelphia at night or any city in your white guy they think you're serial serial killer. I can't say yeah because who would do it done it because I got what the Cowboy Hat Yai actually. Oh my God. I was in Philly. We were shooting a TV show years ago a travel show. I used to do for network and I couldn't and people in Philly are already rude right like they pride themselves in being rude Ed. So we're up there and like they're being exceptionally rude to me because at the part of the stick of doing this show was the half they would drop me in these environments and travel show feature the food featured the drink and stuff in the city. But as you know like cowboy come to town kind of thing. These people are just being exceptionally rude. And I'm like what in the hell is going on here is. I've been to Philly. And they were never like this. After three days of shooting. I look my sound technician. A black girl. She's wearing Dallas. Cowboys hat with their headphones. Dallas cowboys hat in Philadelphia. Eagles country and I finally realized they hate it all of us and of this. But I was Gino's at the stake place at a guy was like. Oh your cowboy Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. I said. Isn't it funny that you make a living using stake in people like me raise them? Raise the cows to give you a job. Did you guys after that? It was all said you know you have a job because a guy like me wears a hat like this. Raise the cow that you can now make Steak Sandwich. Kiss my ass. Guido is Gino's the one that uses real steak or steak comes and passes the the alternate idle. No okay because Gino's and the other one across the street and they both these cheese whiz which is like on T. Like if you're from philly everybody's cheese but everybody in from phillies like no. Don't go to those places you gotta to go to the gas station like okay. So you'RE GONNA go down here. There's GonNa be a Lincoln continental it's going to be missing the Tara back. You'RE GONNA go around that thing and you're going to step back there you're GonNa go bass POPs House and then there's going to be a gas station. The pumps don't work you see plastic bags over the novels but there's got a great state man. It's true but I remember travel. I remember travel. You can still travel Benny Johnson. He posted his whole deal traveling on instagram. Empty planes like flying private jaw. American Airlines says you have to. You have to wear masks so called me. The other day I fly so much with American one of their executive liaisons called me the other day and wanted to have a conversation about the future of with you. Yeah heard determining what happens on American air. I I guess I am and I should have had a better conversation. 'cause I own a loss stock in the company to adult things. I don't understand it so they call me like I'm executive platinum concierge key all this stuff and I flat quarter million miles a year with one south West Group. See Ya. But that's that's the deal they call me the other day and and talk to me about the future of the company and all this stuff. I'm like okay I'm out. I don't have any really. They like what did what did they ask. Weren't trading building mask. And they were like you're going to wear a mask and you're like no no not GonNa do it after this isn't asked theoretically I'll cut a cut the nose whole out. Just go on there. Did you say the Guy I think it was in Congress or whatever and he was demonstrating or I think it might have been like the state government. The guy was showing how to wear a mask. And he put it on up here across his eyes and his nose in the whole daily had it strapped on and like visually. He pulled it on down but he was covering his eyes and everything. I think people are morons. They really are also. I think people think that wearing a mask is going to stop you from catching something. That's exactly right. They do think that it doesn't and that's like Andrew. Cuomo came out in his presser couple of days ago. Saying you're killing people. If you don't wear a mask killing people you're responsible for the deaths of people if you don't ask I get that it stopping mice knees or whatever okay but we've talked about this on the show if you're wearing even an N. Ninety five mask that thing not sealed does not fit tested for your face. You stick your tongue out and you fan like that you could feel that air hitting your tongue right because you can feel hitting your mouth that if that can get through then God knows a microorganism can get through you. Don't wear those to paint the house. Those vapors you wear a real respirator. That has an actual carbon filter in it for organic vapors and things like that. But all this we're all we're all allowed to live in our houses for the remainder of our lives. If you choose we are free. Can't pay for it. No no but listen you can read there to just stay in your house and never leave again and you'll never get anything. Did you see where Bernie? Sanders came out this week. And he said no mortgage and no rent as long as this is going on. I mean I'd say that two or three or four hundred just like boom there it is. I mean the arbitrary stuff and then of course. Ted Cruz responded back and said why don't we just quit paying taxes as well? I'm all for that for the Yes. I mean especially living where you live. Can you imagine if you guys didn't have to pay property taxes expensive? You probably pay more for your property taxes and I pay for my whole house Well she has a fact. shouldn't be prorated if if things that we pay for shutdown so it's like the parks in your neighborhood or shutdown. Shouldn't you get some money back from the government? I mean theoretically you would think you live on the beach and you can't walk out on that beach in California should not have to pay property tax tax. That takes care of that beats you see. That's the thing that pisses me off that I didn't even know I was pissed off about Thank you tim. That's why you're here. I know I'm a broadcast journalist. People say I'm an instigator instigator at all. I'm just trying to sort this crap out for you. People one of my tweets the other day talking about the The indefinite shutdown the San Diego has been used by the protesters California. I saw pop up on a bunch of lake gets back to work protests sites. I'm kind of excited about that. You think that there is some big ultimate conspiracy. Kansas pay attention here. Because you don't want your weigh in on this that truly that the system call it the deep state new world order. I don't care what you call it but the system that's out there. It's really doing everything it can through the media through all these institutions through this crisis to really drive a wedge between people and make us hate each other but then release something like this that controls us so now we don't know what to do with each other because now because the virus thing. That isn't a partisan deal we're just trying to make it a partisan deal you know. Donald Trump he's responsible for tens of thousands of Death Evans eat. No that's it so it's like the drive the wedge and then they try to push it back together and it's like we don't know which way's up at this point no I. I don't believe in the ultimate kind of N W O organization other than when Bischoff ran that with. Wcw nearly took it over. But you know almost it was close. Stink stopped but my whole thing is and I was. I was young members here at the National Press Club. I represented all media under the age of Thirty Five Back Twenty Ten to twenty twelve and during that time. I learned that the kids that were getting into journalism. Who are now your senior. Correspondents at a lot of places are just fan boys and they just go along with whatever they're told by like the DNC and talking points. They're very excited to hang out with a Barack Obama and take their pictures with them and go to these White House. Correspondents' dinners with celebrities that they listened to them even though they're technically smarter than these celebrities. They're more likely to listen to them. I I don't think that there's an ultimate organization or any conspiracy. That does that. I think it's just a lot of dumb people lot of kind of like sheep. Sheep will people that follow along and are just fans of this and and Donald Trump and so they're willing to do whatever it takes to try to ruin him. Yep Kansas do you think there is? Now he's being logical screw that we don't want logic think there's some power that that is that is running the whole thing or we just puppets maybe not directly but now that we have given them so many opportunities. I feel like people are going to take advantage of it and I think the week before. All of this happened. If you remember we did the Bernie special or the Bernie Sanders episode where we talked about bread lines and we were all sitting here saying that will never in this country. We're never going to be standing out in lines. We now have to stand in line to pace ourselves going into a grocery store and that was a very swift of change of where people were so willing to do that. And so it. It can literally happen overnight and it has look at you with good recall. That's what it pays me young right there in Iraq because we were talking about red lines and then a week later people are wrapped around the Costco. I totally think that there's there's something going on here because I feel like we really are on a hunger games show with now these murder Hornets. Those are the tracker jacket. God you live in District One tribute a tribute. I'm just saying living out. Hunger Games at this point. We never saw running out of meat. Yeah I never watched that. You haven't ever watched no well you. 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What these people I mean. I'll listen to Patriot. And I'll hear some nice reasonable arguments. People get a little heated they get debated and they get you know. They're passionate about what they believe. But you listen to progress is like these multiple efforts when when you tune into. We're not allowed to swear on the channel when you tune into progress. Do you have to also enter in your pronouns before they let I today? there's multiple personalities. But it's it's Yeah. I listen to the stuff and then I read these opinion pieces and I like to see the way people think that I don't agree with but this is an article. Why Americans need a guaranteed income If we want to create more resilient economy and country a guaranteed income should be permanent American policy. Not just an emergency measure to help with this crisis talking about the corona virus. Why is this is why. Government can't be relegated to providing just a safety net for people who find themselves on the losing end of otherwise fair markets. So at the end of the day this is a strike against capitalism. Is What they're going for. Yeah and and what's amazing? Whoever wrote this Chris Hughes who wrote this piece probably makes ninety five thousand dollars a year for writing. You know six hundred words twice a week. Does he have a right to weigh in on whether or not we need a universal basic income? Yeah that's the whole deal. I mean we're GONNA take Chris Income and start distributing it. Oh no no no no. He's just outside of. Yeah yeah so I mean that would be great if there was the money tree but the idea that the Federal Reserve can just go out there and print more money then you there's no basis for I mean you're looking for an economic collapse in something like that and just forget the physical fact that we can't do it in the financial fact that we can't do it but who knows you anything. Nobody owes you anything. I always thought the The five fifteen ended when they added the The kiosks where order for yourself at McDonalds. They just like they want universal basic income. You're going to see more. Robots taken orders at fat. I was in Ireland Last summer and it went to McDonald's. Of course I did. I mean that's where you go. Let's say I mean after a week in Ireland. It trust me eating that food only so much still. You can eat so McDonald's and that's what they had they had the kiosks and then they call you up at the front and you up there and you grab it and I was like this works. Yeah this is perfect. Not Having to deal with people right. You were social distancing four. It was cooler even required. So no this is just this if and if you think somebody owes us something then you're the problem. I are problem. I'm forty exam you'll not I am? You're not first of all your family came here too late Sean Darn it darn it wrong. Boat West indies. I mean we still not African make you. We still had slavery I mean but I'm buried into white privilege. You married a blonde headed woman your alley black man. I know with white privilege terrible. My I mean candy. She's Ethiopian so she. I Love Ethiopian food. Don't you Sony Rice though? No there's no rice and if you have in Jira the breads Nigeria pounded Yam dip it in your Gucci. Or you're the guy with the oilers hat doesn't understand the opium food never set foot in Ethiopian restaurant. You could tell yeah probably not tell you. They don't have barbecue there. You're saying they might call it that it's really good food though. Easy Moon food. That's amazing. Yeah I go to a Vegan Ethiopian place in DC. Why why is that even a thing? Because I'm woke. I'd say you Vegan Ethiopian. They serve bread. And I mean have you and the the head of it used to work for the Obama White House so there. I'm a terrible human being. I WanNa know where my parents arise are going well. I also saw the video on five cents a day stuff with what's her name. Where's that going? I don't even know beat hungry children. Yeah the hundred dollars with the extended bellies. Yeah but again that was known as the bread basket of the world. They didn't have starvation there until bad governments took over. That's the kind of crap you get in America if you want guaranteed income. Start giving everything away. You can't produce anything. Look at this crap people. I tweeted this last week. People it's not that people want this virus go people people. Don't WanNa go back to work. They're getting too much money for it staying home. This is not too much money though like for them they were making some sitting home and get what is it. Six hundred six hundred on top of the standard unemployment so some people are making eleven hundred bucks a month Where before they were bringing home like thirty five year? I mean that's a good week. Eleven hundred week but yes. That's exactly right. I mean now you're making fifty fifty five thousand dollars a year versus the thirty and you're right. Why not? Why yeah making more money and you know that those programs that six hundred from the federal government isn't going away anytime soon? Oh I might just try to get fired from somewhere right now just to collect. I WANNA give call up my paperwork. They're filling it out there online. Right right got it harder in. Texas I I live in. Dc so that's quick they just hand hand your whatever money. They don't care this. Money's not even real anymore more. Just sit around the beliefs twice already. Got Mine Employment. I'm fine. Yeah you're played pallets of rice. Tim What Pallets of cash you should call yourself an Iranian identifies that and you get billions. Nice Yeah Nice Open Up. A gas station already found human resources coming up. It works for the blaze. So you know they talk about depression coming. This is what another opinion piece new. Great Depression is coming. Will there be a new new deal. Defied interesting the crap. We're not talking about any more now that this is completely disappeared. They dropped that in the milk. No the the Pentagon confirmed it in the middle of this smart. Is it three? Ufo's released what was it three videos of UFO's and boom there you go you ever watch ancient aliens by the way. It's my favorite television. Show aside from this one and the ones that I'm on ancient aliens when when they do like ancient astronaut theorists say yes is that a possibility ancient astronaut theorists say. Yes yes that guy. He has the best job in the world that narrator for ancient aliens because he shows up and you know he goes. What kind of bullshit do I have to read you know the narrator okay? And he's he's like the the voice of reason on the show but you know he just shows up he's like just countless paychecks and he's like all right well. Let's take thirty five of these efforts today. Yeah what's his name. Who Does the after dark? Show the The paranormal stuff. Could it be that? Ancient civilizations were actually made by alien inch here say yes anybody who watches that show knows they say that over and over again a night cheer. It's like here in the The name of the movie in the moving when they throw the kids rush hour was my favorite when the kids in the van and at random the agent Guy Goes. This is rush hour. And I'm like Oh wow. They did it. They threw it in there. Yeah yeah that's like everybody. Yes same ancient aliens drinking game shining conferences. What conferences surely it is. He's weird man. He probably package with the flat authors of and you go to the Flat Earth Convention. And then you go to the ancient astronauts. Listen I'm GonNa say this knowing what's coming my way but you flatter if people are weird like yelling y'all weird an whole doughnut theory and the whole thing yeller weird and what's really creepy gain. Is there some of them? Were watching this crap and the algorithms are GonNa make it pop up on their feed. They're GONNA be like we're coming for you chat there. We're going to throw you off the edge. I liked their evidence that other planets other planets around because you can see the round but ours is exactly. You're only seeing these you man. They'll go at it with you. I mean like they will seriously debate you. But anyway this stuff we used to talk about like the green new deal and the cows farting and getting rid of all carbon emissions in super trains. All over the world like. We're not talking about that anymore. We're not talking about Just so many different things. I don't want to go into that. I don't want to talk about the Catholics anymore. But there's so many things. Don't worry about old episode. Steve Always says things wrong and in the Catholics. You don't want the flatter and the Catholics after you at the same time Tim. I'm okay with whatever people want him to forbid the baptist. Jump in cop out right there. I'm okay with whatever. Listen I don't I don't hit religion so well I do. I mean if I was going to go for a new religion though. I think I'd go scientology really. Yeah I like I. Like the alien thing comes right back to the ancient astronauts. Let me tell you something you have a couple of drinks and you sit and by a couple of half a bottle and you sit and watch like three or four hours of that. You start to buy it okay. It's not real but you start by. They say yes and we'll be right back. Handshakes are going to be a thing of the past. They aren't nobody's shaking hands anymore. Tim I just touch faces. I don't even bother with handshakes so bad just to walk somebody wearing a mask in the grocery store and just lick the side of their faces. Just watch the reaction you. Do you ever had a c do that you do. Do you ever have things like I want to? Just try this to see what the reaction would be then. I want to go back in time where it didn't happen but you can't do that. I mean you could do before the pandemic like. Why would you do that now if before? I'm GonNa hit you because you're not a person like you sean. You workout and you're black. You're going to be really awkward if they do away with handshakes forget and you reach out and shake the hand kind of like if amputee in you don't before you know it you're sticking your hand out to shake their hand like bullet back roof. I went on a date with a woman who had a really bad arm. Yes that's all I I couldn't I couldn't get over it when I was in college There was this girl who was one of my classes and Xu just cutest thing man. Just cute she was always wearing these little coach. You know this is back in the nineties when grand a little. You know little coates on whatever and shows that her arm in her pocket right here on the coat and I was like she just and then then all of a sudden one day she just pulls her arm out. There was nothing there and I was like okay. She's still cute just like I'd I went a whole semester that no I have no problem with it but just the it was. It was so bad really. It was so it was so bad. I can't I can't I had no problems on the wrong with it but I I mean I have no problems with like what wasn't a stick like a rotten plastic arm that just kind of like was an it almost like what was it like waterboy. Didn't they would arm was Gilmore. Happy Gilmore's that it was that bad came it was. I couldn't match you with it. Yeah Topical Cork buyer talking about looking faces. You used to be a Dallas cowboys cheerleader. Nasty Natalie or whatever your name is Hayley Pell Natalie you had to have Weirdo guys. Try Weirdo things right. Yes we do once. You pointed me. No showed them a message that I have just received a message this morning from its sorry. No that's right. It's very very strange. Message yes you got. I need to get the authorities involved. So yeah you get some crazy stuff. Where'd you get? Oh It's don't read it addict. Pack you've got a bunch of those. I just show the Dick pics to us. Sharing is caring. No it's not no like I have seen more multicolored fallacies that just like I don't even understand how the pigmentation on your ass for them now. Of course you don't pay actually make sure you knew that your happily married. You don't want any of that stuff from Wale. I'M NOT NASTY Natalie. What was your name again? Hot News Natalie. Oh sure whatever is your point when that. He was talking about walking up to people making their faces. I just figured people creepy people who gets creepy things done to them women get worse and because you were a Dallas cowboys cheerleader. Imagine just it was awful. It's it gets it gets crazy. Shot of her vagina ones. Low wants to work once. It's gross didn't like it. No who wants that just a no just an Arby's roast beef sandwich I it was. It did not. It looked it was just it was a vagina uses vagina. There's no such thing as just. Nobody wants a shot at that. Nobody just wants a shot of that. Maybe you're gay now now okay. Can you thought if I was my God what I market the. Hell out of that no totally. I would have my own show I would be on. Cnn inbet- Literally Inbetween Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon. I changed my name to Dave Rueben leading trump rallies with a flag and the whole thing and I just too proud proud. I mean come on. Is there any money in that picture that I send them of the of the Penis of the pain? And if you're into it I don't like it it. Here's the thing Tim. It doesn't matter if you like it or not to show it to you. Whatever you guys have already suffered enough. I take one for the team but I don't WanNa see tiger. There's A. There's a tiger keen test. I can't remember what it is. It's bad eating a hot dog. We turn of turn the TV off MOMS The point on Tiger King King. He said if you'RE WATCHING PORN. Do you want to see a little big one? And He's led rather see a big one and they said well you know little things like. Do you want big hot dog or a little hotdog big hot though? Well then all used to work at the blaze out anyway handshakes and shake. That's what we were talking about. Here's the thing here was the point? I wanted to make handshakes thing in the past because nobody wants to do it and then they go into the whole history of where handshakes come from. And you know you're right present white supremacist. Of course. We're showing that there wasn't a a sword in their hand right they. They didn't have anything behind their back. Left-handed it's true you. It was a it was a cordial greeting. You didn't have you weren't GonNa Stab anybody in the back always white people. It's it's all it's Chads Chads in the Kyle's back to what we were talking about in this context our hands of been in can't weird places they're selling now they're selling a little device that you can put your phone in that will neutralize the fecal matter phone timeout. My colleague who I do television with every Friday night. Jim Lo que at Fox five in Washington. Dc has one of those does he. It's a little ultra-violet thing and you put your phone in it. Yeah Yeah because we both been Germaphobe for a long time. He has won. I am a journal. The job myself in that. But I don't like I. Don't worry about the Aerosol. The toilet like if you flush it. It's going to give a coat of the contents of the bowl on everything within a fifteen foot radius in your bathroom. Therefore your toothbrush has it and everything else. I mean. You can't live like that is your Howie Mandel. But I'm just saying that everybody's phone in this room has been with them in the toilet today today. Takes you essentially a message on the way toilet is? I'm coming in hot. Hot Potato has dropped like it was hot too too spicy. But that's the whole deal. Our hands have been Oliver's crap. That's why I keeps saying you can wash your hands. You can sanitize you stuff intended for us to be Djerma Fahd and you have no idea where Joe Biden's hands have been. I've seen feel there's actually been some testimony from waiting raced. Everybody knows Joe. Everybody's happy by sleeps with his hand in the Senate fungi since they're in a little UV lighting. That's why brain doesn't work anymore. He's been catching the radiation wave. Blue Light you've Eli. Oh this this thing is just devolved pure Shannon Nasty Nasty over. There just sits on the phone the entire time. That's basically it so. Tim You'll see is. I'm going to get rid of everybody and I'm just going to get a news desk here and start talking about things because well you're never here okay. You're eight percent of the time. I mean. Imagine that work always late. I'm here on payday to pick these here for Self Promotion Fair. Natalie's normally sitting over there so she's probably feeling rejection issues today. Got Over there. Exactly what have you tried real hard with this work here? While I'm a broadcast journalist rework that okay. I'll give got it. This is a legitimate member of the median straight. There you go. I'm lame stream the case that's the deal gave away. I said that I'm blame stream. I don't think I'm trying to we. Were talking about Andrew Heating. I'll never forget one of my favorite things. Andrew Heating told me he said if I could take a pill and be gay I would be gay. He's because I'd love to be able to wake up every day with all my options open. No I'm good without that say I'm going to block them all. Hey mighty heating unblocked him. Young or re. Follow me or whatever he did. I don't runs is now sunlight. You Heaton don't disappoint you. Liberal hates me by now. He loves everybody. That's tell you one of those Political Orphans every follower on following. Take personally yeah. I love it because he'll be doing the radio show. He'll be doing David Webb show. And I'll tweet something and he'll he'll he'll read it back to me. Mock people on the show to that call him I might. I don't think David Webb does that. I just make money people on the show that he's a patriot. I'm like kind of the ballpark. That's where I am. Hey He's saying the ladies he's single and he's ready to mingle. He likes dark and handsome. He's apparently has a couple of cats for lovers so I take care my landlords cat anyway. Whatever I miss you I want y'all Molin over and we'll be right back in the next week or two you and are GonNa do some video together. We're GONNA do some social media stuff that'd be fun. 'cause you're in town for a minute? Yeah they just don't let you go home. You're homeless right now now. So here's the deal my friend Jerry. When I came into town when I was doing my drive to North Dakota Austin look and she's like I've got a big house with an extra room. Do you want to stay here. You want to go back to Washington DC where everything's locked down and you get fined for being a public pool seeded or whatever she said. I'm like yeah. Okay so take some couple of weeks ago and you're there from whatever and I'm like Dang all right. I'm also trying to find a wife Nancy. Nancy hooked me up with your My favorite guy. I am trying that news nasty. Natalie Nicole Nancy no that's not it ten already at Jerry's big house. Yes that's I'm in Lake in the sleek. We're the mayor sent out a letter saying that they could commandeer your home if they needed to in the midst of this corona crisis seems seems legit seems fair does I mean all those overrun hospitals in this area. Just me and my wife. Who's nurse practitioner? She's furloughed she can't see any patients. I heard later. That was normal legal. Ease that is in all of that kind of I. Don't CARE NASI WOW pay. Tim runs his mouth. Go follow him on the twitter and check him out. Go find him on all the places where he is it. Let's just list for voices out there. He's broadcast journalist. It's amazing go to watch Chad Dot Com. That is where all the fun stuff is and of course party foundation you can subscribe to Youtube Chad. Break Their Youtube Channel. Goal over Apple. Podcasts you got nothing to do all weekend long. Let's keep ourselves ranked high. 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Ep 253 | Trump: The Winston Churchill of Our Time! | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 253 | Trump: The Winston Churchill of Our Time! | The Chad Prather Show

"Today's the Chad prager show is sponsored by express. Vpn Your online activities should be public. Protect yourself at express. Vpn Dot Com Slash Watch Chad. Oh Part Tom. Welcome to another episode. The Chad prayed their show here in the mother ship which is studio twenty two puppet master mark at the helm and of course can't DC the queen of the Ethiopians. I was looking at you this morning. Kansas and I was like he remain a mystery to me like I think I know what you are but I'm not quite sure completely. That's probably for the best. Yeah I'll keep it a mystery. Some weird weird blood and you girl weird stuff thank you. Well yes SORTA. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa do the DNA test though. I WANNA keep it a mystery. I knew shut your mouth. I WanNa hear anything out of you. She probably a hundred percent eastern European white. Let's go your candy. See the queen of the Ethiopians. Everybody people are still asking. Where does that come from? Acts Chapter Eight associates about Bibles People Hot News Natalie. Talk about somebody that needs to read their Bible. My Gosh well you know based on what you were wearing on this show the other day lead you need you to keep it together was dressed you to come here naked. That was a summer dress. If for some of us to go read our Bob Party mouth. Steve have to hurry up and yeah drove pants back on that. A girl girl some more chat church and I gotTa tell you we were talking about this before we started. You know. We had tim young on last week. And you know he was kind of razzing you a little bit y'all Razan back and forth people aren't privy to what we do off the camera like when the cameras were stopped and we're on the break you know the brakes like that for some people but for us it might take fifteen minutes. You GotTa Razzing. Each Other and we forget what people here and don't hear trail. We're talking more on camera. I said more off county pretty good people who were saying. I can't believe chat allowed him to say that to Natalie. And I'm like but Natalie was given it pretty good back to toews yes. I told him he was like a second grade. Schoolboy recess punching me in the face because he lacks me exactly. You're basically telling you like a little bullied. That's got a crush exactly and he kept calling you. What NASTY NANCY NASTY? Nancy Nadi Natalie or not. Yeah I mean I don't know it was all good piss people off so able to show having back. Yes so if you guys want to give at. Tim runs his mouth. He runs his mouth. That's true but see I didn't even think about it being a hard time. Were given it each other but anyway anyway we got in store for you today. We're GONNA talk about history. We're GONNA talk about a brand new book. You know how I am with my books. We've got a special guest. We're GONNA talk some civics with you. I'm GonNa Embarrass you guys because I'm just a shame that we Americans don't know our civics any better than we do and I'll get to that point later on. We're going to have fun with you today. And we might even call Natalie some more names all right there you go. Hey listen if you're mailboxes. Anything like my ninety percent of the time. It is fairly depressing. Place Political Flyers utility bills unholy amounts of coupons. But once a month I do have a reason to be pretty excited because my box of awesome from bespoke post comes in bespoke post signs guys only the best stuff every single month and no matter what you're into box of awesome. Has You covered from style and grooming goods bar wear cooking tools? Outdoor gearbox of awesome has carefully built collections. For every part of your life. In fact I think I'm going to buy a subscription for party fouls Steve. So that way you'll get a gift from every single month. Are you excited excited? You got right there on. Yeah I think I think I'm GONNA do. I'M GONNA sign up today to send you because you're scavenger. You like cool stuff I do. So we're GONNA do that. They're going to release a new box every single month. Across a ton of different categories. It's free to sign up and you could skip a month. Cancel anytime each bought cost. Box cost only forty five bucks but over seventy dollars worth of gear. Sometimes even more. You're going to get twenty percents off your first monthly box when you sign up box of awesome dot com. Then enter the code. Watch Chad at checkout. That's box of awesome dot com with code. Watch Chad for twenty percent off your first box. Go there today and we'll be right back all right back. I want to welcome in studio today. My good friend Nick Adams Nick. Is You know Knicks from where Denver is like paintbox tapes out the other side of town. That's what you're welcome all show man chats always a pleasure to join you how you doing with all this craziness. It's pretty crazy. It's pretty crazy but look on healthy families healthy on just hoping for better days. It's all we can really do but I tell you what I hope. We don't go to this new normal they're talking about. I hate that phrase I wanted just got back to nome. Yeah I mean it was already if you used to say. Hey at normal people be like all what's normal and now everybody's throwing away throwing around new normal and I don't like that phrase at all. It sounds Gestapo to me. I want to go back to being an American. Yeah I WANNA go back to work and I want to go back to making money I WANNA go back to thriving you know. We don't made the just tread water chat WANNA swim? Yeah that's exactly right. I am all about liberty. I'm all about freedom you are. I mean you're from your from another place. I mean you immigrated to this country for that reason for that really chose come because of the freedom and the liberty that exists in America unparalleled anywhere else in the world here in the United States kind because this is the best country in the world. Chad a came because this is the place that affords you the freedom in the most opportunity to achieve whatever dreams. God putting your hot. What point in time? I'm curious in your life. Did you look at Americans say I think that's where I WANNA BE? That's the best place to be. My journey towards America began very early at the age of sixteen months. Always diagnosed with neuroblastoma a very rare form of childhood cancer and Stage four and my parents would tell any child infant with stage four neuroblastoma only given a five percent chance only one in twenty survive and for three and a half years. I underwent chemotherapy radiotherapy and an operation and through the healing hands of God Amazon. Physician defied the odds and leave. The interesting part is how I was diagnosed for months. My Mom and dad had brought me to doctor after. Doctor Pediatrician the pediatrician. But nobody could tell them what was wrong. And One night with me more unsettled than even usual. They went to the emergency ward of the local children's Hospital and at the war there there was a a young man Who had just finished his Education here in the United States as a doctor. He was an American and he was doing his residency in Australia and he looked at me and he said look if a shoal. But I have a hunch that I'm on of saying this before and I think that this is what your little boy's got and You need to get him in first thing tomorrow morning for tests. So I'm fond of saying that I haven't only studied American exceptionalism of lived it in fact I'm alive because of it and that kind of then gave me the mudge. Oh to leave life lock in American. My parents said to me a Sydney come the greatest adversity now from here on in everything else compared to that they're going to be a cake. Walk so we want you to take every risk and hunt down every opportunity and so. I've pretty much lived up to that. I was the Valedictorian of my school. Publicly elected to political office at the age of nine teen being elected one of the youngest councilman ever in Sydney Australia. The first election I voted in Chad voted for myself going downhill since then Then just a few days. After I turned twenty one I was elected the youngest deputy mayor in straight history in Sydney. A record which still stands to this day. I'm now four bestselling author I had the distinction of being the first author ever had a endorsed by sitting president of the United States. None of course came on the third of March twenty. Seventeen rant about the time that you and I bumped into each other in the green room at Fox and Donald Trump took to twitter and declared made to be a great American and that my book was a mastery And so I've had this incredible blessing of coming to the United States. I always say that the day that you're born here or the day that you move here is the day that you win the lottery of life and you'll get this incredible headstart and America's been unbelievably. Good to me. I came for the right reasons. I think I came to make not take to give not receive to join the place not complain about it or change it. The first thing I did when I came here was started a nonprofit called flag. The Foundation for Liberty in American greatness and flagged Chad's got two objectives number one teaching civics and number two putting patriotism back in public schools. And we do it three ways. We do it through classroom visits. We do it through the creation and distribution kid-friendly resources so we created the students constitution declaration of Independence Federalist Pipers in plain easy to understand English that even fifth grade can comprehend and we do it by training teachers where we offer professional development programs for teachers so that they can learn how to teach civics the way that it used to be taught. You hear that Steve Yes. I hear you can learn this stuff. I know you can be talking. Yeah we gotta get you some of those copies of that stuff to thank you for bringing another guest on here to make steer Achiever St. We'd like to point out. Steve's under achievements Steve's never been the mayor of anything in America. It's not a bad way. You Stop Yeah well goes all shakes shit on the same stage you look at you the UH but now I I'm proud I'm Steve. You're got to be something. I'm going to be somebody. Yeah but that's the thing eat. I in drives me crazy nick. When I hear people who get offended at the idea of American exceptionalism they feel like it's racist. They feel like it xenophobic. They feel like all of these other adjectives. You can throw out. There's no question in my mind. America's the greatest country on the planet throw statistics out. I don't care about any of that stuff and here you come. Now's when you and I I got to know each other. I was like that's the first thing down in my mouth. I was like. Here's a guy from Australia. Who's teaching our kids American civics and we should be ashamed of that. We should be because civics has been lost. And you don't have to spend a lot of time on the Internet to see how much people don't understand about America about its government that how it runs in how it works as I've been a fruitful endeavor for you or have you. Have you heard that response from from people? I've heard it over and over again and and look chat on with you. I do think that the fact that young people today done can't even name the vice president. I don't know the first thing about the constitution or the declaration of independence so the fiddlers pipers. I do think that that's a crying. Shame well and I think that you should be ashamed. That that A God that's come to the country's teaching it and I'll tell you why sometimes it takes someone on the outside to remind you right so I had the zeal of a convert. I sometimes a spectator sees more of the game. And that's certainly what I think. I bring to the table on passionate about the founding principles of America on passionate about the resources That we create because I want everyone to understand how unique this place is that. It's the exception to the rule. I mean that's what I when I go in and I talked to a group of kids at a Public School Chedda. We'll explain to them. Is IS AMERICA THE ONLY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD? That has a constitution. Not but I tell you what America is. It's the only country that's got a constitution that sets out the powers of the individual and the limits of the government in every other country whenever they have attempted a constitution. It's done exactly the opposite it said at the POWs of the government and the limits of the people and that right there is where. American exceptionalism began When you look at what's going on these days with with these pandemic corona virus all of these things and these actions that are being taken orders that are being passed down by the states. You've got a president in trump. Who is trying to navigate some very murky waters places? Where really none of us have been? And he's been handed this but a lot of people out there. The sentiment is that their liberties are being infringed in their freedoms are being taken away with some of these things and on the other side you have people who are so willing to give them up for the idea of safety. How do you respond to that situation that we're seeing today? Look it's not easy at certainly not easy It's easier perhaps for you and maybe because we live in Texas and Texas hasn't been that affected. I now people that have got lots of relatives in the Northeast and they tell me that up there. It's you know it's it's it's a Tara on it's literally almost everyone they know has got it a couple of relatives of died. It's a serious thing now. I doubt how serious it is For me what aren't like number one. Is this one sauce. Fits all but I. I can understand the restrictions that are being imposed if I lived in New York or Connecticut or New Jersey. But I don't understand why the same kind of impositions in those places should be for Arkansas Texas or any other place that it hasn't been that affected. I think what should be going for is a cooperation from the people as opposed to being forced for it. And I happen to believe whether it's evil not I think people are are essentially guide to be responsible. I don't think anyone I think people realize how bad this is being watching it on television for the last two months. And you can't escape it so ending. Anyone at theater is going to go and start kissing someone passionately in the street for not reason unless you natalie well but so. I think people can be trusted to be to be responsible. I think a lot of people have said to themselves. I did what I was told died or did all of that but it's now night wakes and I need to get back to doing what I was doing. And I really believe that and We do have to be called us in that. This is the way that you do lose your freedoms now. I'm not saying that that this is deliberate on not being conspiratorial. But what I'm saying is is that you know. We have to kind of realize that it doesn't happen. You know when you lose your freedoms Chad. It's not a instant thing where the government comes in one day and says you get conditioned you get you become familiar. We'll have to do this with the pandemic. So maybe the next on the government asks you. You're a little bit more willing to go along to get along and that's slowly how you lose it It's vicks tissue Because we don't want people getting seeking. I feel sorry for these political leaders. Because you know they're screwed either way right if they keep everyone home now on my money ever goes hungry and if they open everything back up and everyone gets sick and this screwed that white too. So it's a it's a terrible thing but I locked her on the side of I think America's on again to get healthy again. I don't just mean healthy. In terms of avoiding overcoming this invisible enemy. America's only going to get healthy again when we get back to being American you. Yeah that's the deal and it frustrates. The heck out of me and I get that I know that nobody you know you go back to the movie jaws. Nobody wants to be that guy that opens the beach up too soon. Yeah and the kid gets eating right because it's hard. It's perfect storm in New York. New York City is a whole different thing. Yeah I I've seen people I've talked to guy the other day. He has to take his cell phone before he leaves the House and wraps it in cellophane you know and and everything is like a decontamination thing. They have to go through every time they leave the apartment or come back in. It's a crazy crazy deal so anyway I you know I still believe it's America has that foundation to bounce back o US income back and make it happen so You've written a new book. We're going to get into that in the next segment. I'm so fascinated by this book. it's just a tremendous concept. It's crossed my mind so many times and this historic comparison. Kudos to you for for putting it on paper. I'm excited that we're going to get into that here in a second but first tack pack. You're already getting box of awesome. Okay Steve See about the TAC TAC. Pack monthly premier subscription box for military tactical prepar second amendment enthusiast. Forty nine ninety five. A month you get at least one hundred dollars worth of gear. Sometimes one hundred fifty two hundred dollars worth of stuff. Hey you get from different companies like our friends at five eleven sons Liberty Gun works mission first tactical arm and a whole lot more. I'm GONNA GIVE YOU THE AR. Fifteen parts easy see tools knives gear can keep you prepared for win stuff hits the fan kind of hitting it now so sign up today to make it in time for the June pack. It's physically their biggest box. Ever had to get a bigger box in order to fit all the stuff in there so soggy mechanics where strike industries a whole lot. More in this when you use Promo Code Chad at checkout to receive a free extra bag of tactical goodies shipped out with I pack. Don't wait don't wait. Don't wait. They sell out so fast. Maze packs sold out two weeks or so out two weeks early and they were gone so they they had to wait. Go ATTACK PACK DOT COM this. Tac PACK DOT COM sign up today tack Pack Dot Com Use Offer Code Chad. Be Right back off. Hey we're back with our good friend. Nick Adams bestselling all. You've got brand new book out. Trump and churchill trump and churchill defenders of western civilization. It's coming now. I say it's habit is coming out here pretty quick. It's coming out in a few days time. It's already available to order it. It's the Chad Prather Khanna Book. I'm telling them telling you I you know I. You Watch most people when it comes to British history like they've maybe watched the first season of the crowned and they think they understand it. I think the show for it says he did a semi fair job of pointing out that not everybody liked Winston Churchill. Lots of people didn't like him. Lots of people didn't liking Chad on and he had a very acrimonious relationship with the media. He faced down the establishment in his own party and in the government that didn't like him He followed a very weak predescessor in Neville Chamberlain and decided that Chamberlain had the spawn of the jellyfish would be unkind jellyfish. And if you go and compare all of those things so the guy was fighting the media. He was fighting the establishment. He was disliked and he followed a week predecessor. Who Does that sound like? Donald trump if you super weak predecessor. Well Yeah Bama Golly. But he's so so you start to look at it now on. The surface is really not that much in common right. Churchill was five foot six. Couldn't get enough to drink okay. Trump's a toddler churchill love to nap every afternoon these pajamas. The from all appearances trump nervously Churchill actually began his career by opposing tariffs trump begins. His career baugh political career by introducing. Tariffs You know so once this compelling soaring Arte Great Speaker then you've got trump. Who's so much rather crude but very effective twitter so on the surfaces already much the but then as soon as you start to drill down which is what didn't this book trump. Churchill defenders a Western civilization. You find that there are incredible parallels chat between the two men both Alpha males both clear thinkers and plein speakers. Both intensely disliked even hated both love. Their country both refused to conform to expectations didn't conceal the true self. Now Churchill's fight of course was on the outside. Trump's fought is on the inside. So that's a little bit different but you know when you go you know. I've got this in the book. We went and got newspapers from British national newspapers from the Mid Thirties late. Nineteen thirties early on eight forties and attended jet. If I didn't say that those excerpts were from British national newspapers about Winston Churchill. You would think if I just read them out to you sought on scene. You would think I was quoting the New York Times or The Washington Post and it was about Donald Trump so identical The criticisms and The the accusations that level got judgment doesn't take things seriously enough to optimistic. Doesn't listen to anyone around always goes on gut instinct on the literally almost everything that these laws complain about would respect to trump. The media was complaining about with respect to Churchill back then so What I found in researching this book was that unbelievable unbelievable parallels between the times and the main and even more timely now that we find ourselves in a in a wartime circumstance stuff. I like what you said. Churchill found himself fighting an enemy from the outside trump in many ways fighting from the inside you know obviously Churchill made his mark in World War Two. Because here's a bold and Brash leader compared to Neville Chamberlain comes along and says we're GONNA STAND WE'RE GONNA standing it's hit or we're going to stand against invading armies. We're GONNA standing it's Germany and then you have trump who the that we are at war. We're at a culture war. We are at a spiritual war in many ways. We see this medical and healthcare thing. That's going on right now. And but to your point. Churchill was fighting the Jake. Tapper is in Jim Acosta's of his day his his don. Lemon's if you will Chris Cuomo's certainly was. You know his Rachel Maddow so he had them in fact on the on the in the leaf of the book. It says How anybody could expect him to win. I don't know in view of his unparallel record in losing everything he puts his hands to. That sounds exactly like something that would be said about. Donald TRUMP DONALD TRUMP. Yeah that he's not really billionaire that you know he hasn't had that much success that you know he's father gave him the money and had invested it. Eat have more money today than you know all of that kind of nonsense. So that was saying the same dean you see Winston Churchill and Donald Trump Chad disruptors brought catalysts for change. And when somebody like that comes along people get pissed. They will like it then. Unlock it at all. Because he is this guy that refuses to go along to get along. Here's somebody that says you know what? I don't like the way that you do things and I think you pretty stupid so I'm going to start doing things differently now to you and me. That's music to is. We listened to say wow because Farrah's for you and me Chad we want a leader that creates the consensus right doesn't conform to the consensus and to me. That's that's the real hallmark of great true leadership which is what trump and Churchill head in spades. But for SOME BUREAUCRAT. Sitting in the government that has seen it always done the way that it's done and doesn't like that they report or advice is no longer being treated like it's Gospel They pretty upset and that who who do you think you. Who is this guy but boldness? I think one of the reasons why Americans have such an affinity for Winston Churchill. Well first of all Churchill's mother was American. Writes a lot of people don't realize he's half American secondly He's the only person in the history of the US to be granted honorary citizenship. But I think more. Broadly the reason why. So many Americans just fixated on Winston Churchill. Because LET'S BE HONEST AMERICANS. Don't care about what else going on in the world assist. America that matters and that's understandable When you go to countryside big and so powerful but which an exception to that rule right lots of Americans now Winston Churchill Winston Churchill and I think part of it is they identify with him because he was so American he really was American. He wasn't timid. He was bald. He was brash. He was straight talk. It could've been a Texan. Really could have been the height will he couldn't much but so he he really was In in all the ways that we think of John wine or someone like that in many ways in terms of politics that's what Winston Churchill was. I think that's what resonates with Americans. We want someone that kick spot. We don't want someone kisses it. That's true I mean that it you look at the history and how history has favored Winston Churchill. They looked back on him. I I always say you have to interpret men and women according to The Times in which they live you can't you can't interpret them are judge them. Based on the times we live in I also say never pick a hero that still alive you know. Wait till they're finished the course because they'll let you down But history by and large has been favourable towards Winston Churchill. It's really only now that we're starting to look and say remember. He wasn't that well liked and and he was very against the grain. How do you think history looks at Donald Trump? It's a really good question. Look Churchill wasn't Instagram. Ready and in many ways either is all trump. Think something that people really love the Bat Winston Churchill's I could relate to him. He drank a little bit too much too much. He got Gal he flooded with women you know he was a guy that you could really kind of relate to Now I wrote this book Chad because so much has been written and said about the trump administration and Donald trump himself but none of us from a historical perspective. And I think this is really the first book to look at the trump presidency from a historical perspective. Which is what I try to do and it is early. I mean it's early in the twenty first century in its early of course in in the trump because I fully expect him to be re for another four years in November and handily defeat by Beijing Biden. Just casually through that so Yes so but I think Donald Trump is going to go down as one of the greatest presidents that the United States of America has. I'll go one step further. I think that he will be to the twenty first century what Winston Churchill was to the twentieth. Now I'm with you. I mean it's not going to happen overnight. You not going to say next week. This consensus among people that that That trump was The best and whatever else but when you really have a look at it right here we are. It's November twenty six Danish fucking transport the audience back. It's early the COP. First couple of days of November twenty six America is literally teetering on the precipice. We can go either way. We can literally go either way. We can go down the European PA of socialism people representing people that do well people are sparring for mediocrity and not greatness. I mean we can. We can go down the bombers already conditioned as for that now we can go one step further with Hillary. All we can take this massive chance on God. That's never had political office. The guy that saying the things that we want to hear but we have no idea whether or not he's actually going to do and we choose Donald Trump and in that moment I believe Donald Trump literally saves America a save America. I mean he has a if he hasn't saved America indefinitely. He sure border some time. He gave us a chance to get back to what we were. He gave us a chance to leave up to a potential again which we would doing. I've always said I'm so thankful for the grace of God in that. He doesn't give us what we deserve at. Sometimes he gives you someone like Donald Trump that you're like that doesn't make sense to the logical mind And it can be a little offensive but it was the right thing the right time. Look I have I have this friendly debate with a lot of evangelical that a friends of mine that Don lock the way that he behaves and and the point that always mike the Miz. You can think whatever you want to think about in terms of Donald Trump behavior. The fact that he you know He's personal life all of that stuff but at the end of the day. He's done more to protect Christianity. Then any later Fulton and you've got to accept that with the you think he's a real Christian whether you don't think he's a real Christian and I happen to think he is. He is done more to protect faith than any other leader alive. It no question about it well regardless of what his is he's done a lot to protect mine exactly so we're going to dig deeper into that. Y'All hang tight. We'll be right back. Most of our audience just want nick. Hang around and talk for a long time. Just thinking here is giving you the exactly right. I wish I was sitting here like this the whole time. Weren't you though sir? Not only because of the voice the accident human. I'm learning what are you saying? You're only human fire. I've learned a lot and I everytime we go to break. I'm like yes what you said. Very very well articulated in a sexy voice accent offseason. Kiwi's always say those are English people that I can understand. Yeah Right I. I don't know what they're talking about. England or Ireland. They start talking. I'm like I don't I don't have a clue what you're saying. They're speaking English look at his legs which was said. Please make sure that you show this shot as much as possible because my legs are on point ever met nick personally. We were at the Fox studio and he had done a hit. And of course you know they just shoot you from here He's wearing his coat and tie in shorts cold outside if I remember right. Yeah well yeah you just straight to the collins white actually. I think I've seen alley stuck in pajamas. Saw Point he's pointing the alleys new studio. This being built over here. I'm like how you ever GonNa get out of the out of the Living Room and so. They're basically building a studio over here. There's GonNa look like alligators. Come right in her pajamas. You're right but I'm glad you you gotta going on. Its last legs. I like it you you. The beauty of of unique is you not only came to America. You not only did it the right way but you moved to Texas you moved to Texas where else. So if one goes South L. Least got this one afloat. Well of course not is in Texas's America on steroids. I think Texas to America what America is to the world. It's the it's the leading law point. You should follow Texas's lead on things. I believe and Texas state of mind chat. You know this better than anyone. You don't believe in Texas Texas leaves attitude. It's a mentality and I love it. I love it our main. I'm fluent in blue. Bill balqis goods SPARKY'S. I could eat blue often. Bookies toilets you so I love it. I mean chicken fried steak and honey biscuits from Waterberg Avenue. Let's stop let's stop. That's why that's why Dallas and Fort Worth or like rank third in the nation in obesity. Because we have we got so much. Good stuff to eat the biscuits. From what a book a Winston Churchill? I know he loved. It would have been love it? I know that's fantastic. No hungry I you know to me. Texas is the center of the universe. It really is now. WanNa go sit in my truck and do a truck ran about some of the things you just said it's been awhile whilst I've talked about just about Texas so great deal I think though that You know as our friend. Colonel West says So goes Texas so goes America and I think that's true. You know you go back to the the recession two thousand eight two thousand nine in those. We were the last one ahead into that. We were the first ones that come back out. And I'm proud of what we're doing in response to this cove situation in the shutdowns and things Because I think true leadership I I became a political junkie because I admire true leadership and I think what we had in Churchill or what they had in Churchill what we know of Churchill was he didn't come in a package necessarily that looked like a leader and trump the same way right. Crude crass Brash in his own way very straight to the point He speaks in trump. `ISMs does but the leader but if you judge the fruit of the tree of what we've seen in produce even with all things marshaled against him. I think it's been pretty good. You know the number one thing that both trump and Churchill having common Chedda is what I like to coal testicular fortitude. I mean they. They don't care what other people think. They are unmoved by sentiment. They again to do what they believe is right for the people that they represent and that's so uncommon in today's world right. Everything is is poll. Driven. Everything is mocking tested. Even when a COMP- private business wants to release a product they go and do tests on it to my joe that and whereas these guys say you know what this is what I think we're going to do and we're GonNa make it work because this is where it's at my gut instinct is telling me that this is Ron and that's pretty rare and you don't get those of every day and so when you get one two things happened number one. Start getting results but number two. There are a whole lot of people really upset that this person is doing what they're doing and that's really what we're seeing. I mean before this invisible enemy came along which by the way what a Churchillian turn of phrase. He decided to badge that with but before that came along. The economy was booming. The unemployment rate was the lowest paying Al-baghdadi Sulejmani pulverized. I miss those barbecues. Those great we should get some more of those the president of it down as much to protect Israel to protect Chris. Jans everything was humming along and This guy literally turned America around and he might great again and I've got no doubt when he says listen. Give me another chance on like a great again again. I think he will. I really do think he will. Yeah I agree with the Tummy. The best way for folks to follow you and get in touch with you all the websites all the socials. All that stuff okay. So twitter is at Nick Adams in USA that's at Nick Adams in USA for facebook. It's at Nick Adams in America at Nick Adams in America. The website is Nick Adams. Usa DOT COM NICK ADAMS USA DOT COM Were you WanNa find number the thing about Natalie as every guest we ever have? She wants to know where you live. And you're like well. I live in the city. And she's like no. I want to know the number at St Number Tech. I'm going to get a text about eleven o'clock. She likes to look you up on satellite. That's what she does she'll see like the Google Earth and then she sees your front door. It's nowhere my people. Live kind of a weird little fetish. You got there but you just. You're you're you're consistent that Natalie do want to know where most guys wouldn't mind you show it up there that don't don't be. Don't be corrupted my man Nick though I've got I've got the city down. I just got a narrow down a more coming right back. I have given people bad advice in my life but I've never recommended a bad book and I'm telling you I read three books a week. I used to read four five books week. I read a lot and never recommended a bad book. I take Stephen King's advice when it comes to reading a book read it for twenty minutes. If you're not into it get rid of it. There's other books to read right. There are some bad books that are out there. I mean Jacquard can't write to save his life. You'll never come back on the show. I'm trying to get he you know he's he's doing. He's doing the script supervision for the Chris Pratt series of his book anyway but this is a great book. I heard you on our friend. Andrew Wilko's show talking about this and I said Nick that is a I was in the trump. I said that is great concept. Great comparison great concept because physically and characteristically so many differences but so many similarities and what these men trump churchill went through. Thanks for writing a book man. Appreciate Chad thanks for having me on absolutely and listen if Natalie if you if your body that wind up missing somewhere Because Natalie stocking stockton taking you kidnapped your something i WanNa have you back on. Keep turning the stuff out the forward by Newt Gingrich. You can't go wrong with that. You know you gotTa historian like Newt. Who's GonNa chime in on something like that? How hard was that to get new? 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Ep 133 | The Rise of Child Activists

The Chad Prather Show

32:49 min | 1 year ago

Ep 133 | The Rise of Child Activists

"It's part exam mom welcome to another episode of the chat show here in the mother ship which is studio twenty two puppet master mark at the helm candidacy the queen of the Ethiopians the opium of course telling me everything. I need to say today and we've got a big show for you today because we're going to talk to you about how to raise a child activist. Apparently there's money in it and and if you can have a child you can have John activist and that's the thing to do now in the twenty first century this thing in quick because you've only got about ten eleven twelve more years before the world ends because of climate change and global warming or whatever we're calling it these days but here's what I want you to do if you've got a baby if you have a baby preferably girl one one. Maybe has something wrong with her. Then this is going to be perfect for you you can do this with a boy but abused him a little bit so he becomes a victim alright and teach them how talk with his wrist with his elbows in his wrist out and Limpkey okay then you'll get a lot more of attention. Here's what I want you to do. You got to teach him how early on screw up their face real tight get really really tight and just know how to Scou- and really work those eyebrows and get those lips together just like a beady Alma pissed off the kid and then help them to pick a 'cause it can be climate change. It could be gun violence can be LGBTQ plus. It can be pro-choice voice. Let's abort those babies because you know what we've got enough of the child activists now so let's the rest of the babies remember more babies on the planet. We're going to take money away from your child activist. So you got to control the population. They can pick education. They can pick healthcare. The list goes on but make sure it's trending. Teach your child a- 'cause then give them a platform. You can go on Youtube facebook twitter tick Tock snapchat whatever you want brought to us and then you take the ingredients put them all together with a quarter cup of opinionated attitude a couple of holier than thou mindset couple of pounds of self serving FACS AXA three to four bombastic speeches with little or no factual foundation. That's all you gotta do it if you as the parent have in history or background in the theater well you're well on your way. All you gotTa do is stir all that together. Bake it at about about three hundred and sixty five degrees for the next. I don't know eight to twelve years. which is what the earth is going to be registering at Fahrenheit by the time your your child is on that stage so the timing is perfect today? We're going to pick apart this new phenomenon which is child activists. I want you to go where podcasts are offered. I want you to download and listen. I also want you to go where you can rate and review. Leave us a five star of because that's the only thing we accept and that's what we deserve because we're in the new studio audio twenty two. We are bigger better and better here at the Chad prager. Show and you know you love it. We're GONNA have so much fun today. I can tell some of your triggered already. You can go go to Chad Prater on Youtube. Subscribe hit the Little Notification Button and get your Bell Rung every day. When we're on Monday through Thursday the Chad prager show so is kicking off right now everybody buckle up and hello everybody. We're GonNa feel studio twenty two with a lot of words today. Some of them are going to make you math. We're GONNA trigger your I have the host of the news white matters the lovely Sara Gonzalez Sarah Sarah. We alluded to this brier episode and I promised we were going to talk about this. Issue this issue of Greta Totenberg in this new wave of child activists that are out there and I want to address some of the issues that are facing us because we're being accused of all this stuff. I'm greg goes onto the UN General Assembly after sailing across the Atlantic and a high speed sailboat in order to protect the environment and she sits there in front of the the UN how dare kill I did. I've done it a great impression before but I can't do it anymore and that was. Let's take out to see her. Do it again. You need the tone. That was better yeah. That was a lot better. It really was like a goebbels type. SS YOUNG NAZI PARTY FOUL Steve. You have a sixteen year old daughter I do. Would you be talked to like that by your your sixteen year old daughter sixteen year old daughter smart. I was GONNA say. She does smart off because she's sixteen. That's what they do but we put in our places instantly yeah. You'RE NOT GONNA trotter out no in front of on a world stage not intellectual all the world leaders on climate change. No I don't think so so she's not that passionate about that but if I mean if she was like cheeseburgers you know just pick a passion yeah see so you're like what I'm saying in the interview your horrible it. It changes at creating a child activist activist yeah. No I am horrible at it because you're like whatever sleep 'til eleven to create people that are patriots that want to join the military and I'm just you know I'm just saying out of my kids. took the military dare you how dare you you've stolen my childhood. My dreams teams. This is a repeat of when I was growing up in the eighties will say eighties up when we were scared to go outside for about a week because of acid rain and I haven't heard about acid rain in forever. Does that mean it's gone away. Is it still in the eighties. They figured out you could just take your jeans is out in style. That's where acid wash came from you. Remember when you were in school. Steve you grew up in the woods woods. They might not have had these kinds of publications but you could get scholastic weekly reader. Yes I yes from the wind out form anyway. I can remember all sorts of BS that would come come out on that weekly reader like they They said the a curve ball is a myth. It doesn't move. It's just a it's a play on what your eyes or see and then they would talk about the hole in the ozone like it used to scare me my grandmother she would get ready and she would spray her bouffant. Hairdo with white rain you know and I was was like carbons that has CFC's. There's a hole in the ozone over the Antarctic and then there was a scholastic reader you we talk about the acid rain now and then I remember when I was in fifth grade. The planets were all aligned and unlike that can't happen because this is going to destroy the earth and so I made my grandmother read the Bible to me about heaven. What about when they yes. This is real stuff for a kid scared us all about if you break. Sira Foam one phone so guilty every time I accidentally broke a styrofoam adult thrown road in fire yeah or don't play with matches that was bogus crap styrofoam and the fire match is is breaking the Styrofoam thing. I don't remember that when it released the gas or whatever it had those whatever the emissions are in them so when you break it it apparently just demolish the ozone but now people watching and listening to this. Let me remind everybody like when I was a kid. We had to go out in the hallway and get down on our knees and took our heads up against the hall the corner where the wall met the floor in case of a tornado yeah that was always frightening tornado drill especially when they especially when they did it win. The weather was bad outside. We were like Oh crap Eric. This is the one and then the folks a little bit older when they were in the heart of the Cold War had to learn how to get under their wooden desks in a brick building and hide from a nuclear holocaust. You know Armageddon was coming and I mean we watched the terminator. When Sarah Connor was holding onto the chain link fence and the bomb landed in l. a. and it just peel the skin right off of for bones and we were like Oh my God sky net is becoming self aware this is how we're going out. I mean Sarah is traumatizing. What the the hell why are we. Why where what is the deal. Why do we feel the need to scare kids. I mean I think it certainly gotten worse right. I realized I think it's always been around. Yes thing that's always been around but I just I have to believe that it's more prevalent than it was the four specifically with guns but if you do certain if you do historical research about a lot of the modern traditions even a lot of the modern holidays they did a lot of these things were they would threaten their kids like if you don't go to bed tonight the Boogeyman is. GonNa come in and eat you just terrifying but they talk that like Gospel Truth the easiest way to get kids to do what you want. If you scare you scare them and they will fall in line and do you want so it makes sense that have a perfect example what do that when I was a kid growing up. We were always outside hunting fishing that kind of stuff building campfires and stuff in in the adults would tell us play in fire. Peon Abed you stick down and you didn't play in the fire in the bed play in the fire P and the bid and you'll be like Oh. I'm not going to be in the bed so yet though the stick downtown of fire getting the hell out of dodge disappointed where you when you pee the bed anyway yeah yeah. I asked Ricky Bobby no but so we're living you're right and and the reason I think it's worse because of the age of mainstream media it. We're being is being pumped into us. So of course tragedies happen and it seems like these days you gotta find a kid to champion your calls. The parkland shooting happened and the David Hog and all these kids that came came up and look God bless. 'em God bless him. I I don't care if a young person is an activist but be active in the truth right. Let's go back to nineteen sixty she three when when black children teenagers were marching in the streets of Birmingham Alabama and they were turning loose dogs on them and fire hoses and things like this. This is real activism here this. This was based off of factual things that we could see in new. We're going on those protests ultimately did work doc right but when you come out there and you start spouting gun control stuff and your facts are way off like what's her name down in Houston who talks talks about her fifty pound. Ar Fifteen jackson-lee Sheila jackson-lee shooting her fifty caliber bullets and I mean this is an adult. WHO's ignorant doing this stuff so anyway. We all were subjected to Greta tune bitter which I'm worried about this kid. I'm not because VER- mental state or anything like that yes. She's got asperger's. She's got she's got a selective mutism. She's got obsessive. Compulsive Disorders Look I. I've always we've dog got some form of insanity. It just depends on what scale were on one way or another. We all live on the spectrum somewhere and that's no disrespect to that autistic spectrum or anything like that. I'm just telling you. We've all got our issue so that's not one talking about telling Jennings. I said I what I what I fear is his kids putting herself out there in so many different things and I don't even mean like threats. Let's from people but like she sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in a speedboat. She has no idea yes speed sailboat racing sailboat yeah. She has no idea how she's getting back to Sweden. She's planning crossland trip down to Chile. I don't know if you've looked Mexico. Go lately Greta but Sweden honey. No you know these is kind of a hard. That's a long walk. Which is why you probably shouldn't be letting children? Make these sorts of fans and just a matter of months ago. We wanted to talk about lowering the voting age to sixteen even to eight years old. I didn't WanNa talk about it yeah. Let's let's be clear. We'll talk about it then. We have three year old who should be able to pick their gender so it's always your championing a cause with a child. Now you have somewhere out there. The what's the transgender kid or the crossdressing kid desmond the great the amazing or whatever somebody out there still stuffing singles in his garters. You Got David Hogg who spout off about guns. You Got Greta talking about Climate Change Stephen Jennings. Ask Our question before. Are we going further because I want to set up a point if I offered you a resort beachfront piece of property to live in that was very very nice. Five Star area real estate is going to be all yours. Would you take it. I'm GonNa give you a house on the beach. No why wouldn't you take it. I'm not I'd now like I might say. Jan Shake Hands Yours tomorrow. Then guess I'll take you gotta hey of course they wouldn't take it. Okay yeah if I can tell you five million dollars property conditions on this my Gosh No. Why are you see that here because neighborhood isn't a shot. He's GonNa make mature Liberal Talk. It's like I hate the right at this point. You got to get eight at long before you sign the dotted line. I'll just WANNA make it clear that I want to know what if there's any conditions Ted. Can I have mine and clear beachfront each front piece of property with a home on it. I'll take me to unless you said the beach was somewhere horrible. How it's Beach San Diego you pick your beach. Not San Diego Shits a beach in Somalia's pick your American beach. You'd have to be an American be uh-huh startup. I wear Steve Jennings. You take it with you of course is yeah exactly you'd take it yeah. I'd take it from you said. Hey free and clear you realize in the state of Florida in the State of Florida historically there has only been one thing in a real estate closing that talks about a condition in concern is with climate change that means for all these years they've been selling selling Beach Front property in Florida Florida's an example because you can use it anywhere there is no claws anywhere in the closing documents in the insurance documents or anything thing else that talks about the potential of climate change catastrophe that could change the nature or the value of that property now real estate agents are still out there. They're pumping that stuff out and charging premium with apple absolutely no regard now. If climate change is going to happen in the world was going to end in ten to twelve years. How many mortgage companies do you think without be out there floating those loans for people to buy these million dollar properties when there's no disclaimer when there's no more climate change we we talk about floods hurricanes acts of God but we don't say anything about climate change. There's no Linden company out there. That glint a thirty year mortgage on these multimillion million dollar properties that are on the coast. If climate change was truly a thing and Barack Obama would not be on the Outer Banks of Martha's Vineyard Million Dollar Estate Stayed on my dad and an eight bedroom Steve. You can have your house at the lake. Now thank you can you can you can put trot lines and I've spent enough time in the saltwater water from in utero. Okay that's all right. That's Batman Batman Senator Sanders Saline Solution Robert Mama's you don't even know Mama you've here's how to get back to it but some days warm and cozy like being in the seventies and waterbed and swear to God I want to say though the times are rising like Jerry Nadler's pants when it comes to climate change and so so basically can't. DC turned me onto this thing. You can't get your Mike phone because they're basically doing this for real that all over the world. There's like fifteen or sixteen. Climate activists children that they've that they've created in a tube somewhere. They birthed them. Maybe it was Jeff. Epstein's New Mexico ranch. They're building clones tune. Berg clones clones runs and they are stealing the dreams and their childhoods now. How do you know how did you find this piece of information well. I was just doing research because I also work on Pat Gray in the morning and they were talking about a two okay. Well you should listen to it. It's pretty good but they were onto Greta and that whole whole cycle and there was an article of like fifteen other activists you should be aware of and they were all children and so I thought that that was kind of interesting thing and I got to just coming through all the different articles and trying to find out what their parents do and just trying to backtrack a little bit and so it's very interesting and I think there's a recipe for this kind of activists child and it's something to look into which is which is everything else has been saying whether it's this Ukrainian collusion Asian Russian collusion or all these smokes when it comes to climate change and activism in these kids. If you're tired of it just get off line for about six weeks. Get off the Internet for six weeks. Take a deep breath comeback and there'll be a new one. There'll be there'll be another smokescreen this up there. You're right Kansas and by the way I don't like sharing you with Pat Gray. We're GONNA have to negotiate this deal listening every morning. He's okay he's four inches shorter than it used to be but here's the deal you remember when Dianne Feinstein back in February had all those kids that came in her office and you know they had AFC and her crew had launched this eighth grade treatise covering new. It's in Crayon and these kids are buying into it and they're saying why don't you pass this and they're not just buying into it. They're terrified crying drying yeah and they're talking Diane Feinstein. They're like why won't you do this. This is our future and this is one time I felt sorry for Dianne. A. And Feinstein 'cause you know she wanted to say. Look here you little and just take them out. I mean you knew she did right yeah but she was trying to be so diplomatic and basically she was just saying. I've been in the Senate for twenty five years. I know what can pass and I know what can't pass and you know at that point. I want to say Yeah Diane. You've been there too long. Yes but I did respect her answer. I felt like she walked the line of holding her own and also making sure the kids knew you know what you're talking into. An adult like I got it yeah and that's ultimately where I'm at. It's not because people say why. Are you so triggered by this young girl well. Are you scared of her. No no got five kids. I beat that. They don't even have to beat them. All I just call her and let the others watch well. I beat the one you know what I'm saying. He's scared no kit. Come on now. It's just it's I'm not going to be talked down to condescend to buy kid who spout and things that aren't facts and and what are they doing. They're going to keep putting these faces out there. These are poster jobs. This is a in this is our word. We made it up last week. It's Hitlerian tactic. It is it is I mean that's really Nazi and that is that is history. People People Act like you're making that up or you're exaggerating. No that is history if you go back and look that's exactly what Hitler Dead Greta comes on there for the UN right and and Michael Knowles Poor Michael Knowles. We talked about this. He comes out there and he's he's on Fox News and he says I'm holding the parents accountable mobile for putting a mentally ill girl up there and in you know taking advantage of her of course he caught hell for referring to her as being mentally ill shame on Fox. Ns and in Fox News issue to apology and then banned him from ever coming on Fox News which is absolutely ludicrous because Mike knows a great spokesperson for conservative values news and he's got a he's brilliant mind never apologize to the mob never probably never so you know they. The biggest thing is the the accusation is that Greta Tune Berg is not acting our own volition. People are putting her up to this and you go well. She didn't sail boat across sixteen okay so she's given some. Ted Talks Right. She's more power to you. Go do that. Go do that but like I never paid attention to this kid until I saw this you end end speech. She gave which was scripted and if you see her now. I've gone back and looked if you see her in other talking things where she's not very good at it yeah but but this one was very rehearsed very well acted and okay you're speaking to the world. I expect you to be prepared for it but to be that condescending ending with a whole. How dare you attitude and now what are we going to do? They're just GONNA keep trotting him out here and I mean there's. There's been a ton of them that they've used. They're just GONNA incoming. Are you okay. You are okay with her. Giving Ted Talks I mean but I don't feel like it sets a good precedent. I'm willing to listen to someone who has has had some sort of life experience that relates to what they're talking about if they're younger but I'm not GonNa let listen to a sixteen year old who exactly if from the Ted Talks People WanNa give platform to whoever their business are allowed to do that but I'm with you. I'M NOT GONNA listen to it like I don't want to hear why why is it that we have people like Woody Harrelson and Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney and list them all off and then your child activists they're. They're the ones who were always the face of things like climate change but never actual science scientists. Here's Bill Nye who's not a scientist. He's a mechanical gle engineer spin all of an hour one day talking to a guy on twitter who tried to tell me that being a scientist. 'cause you know it's a bachelor of science. I can't stand people can't stand it bachelor of Science. Oh He's a scientist. I got one of those two I mean. What do you want me to do okay so I. I don't understand that though you keep you keep making but you know the the news news wants to come out and says that that Greta is triggering for men Jesse man just for men. I get triggered laughter when I watch it so it really triggers. The laughter is articles as part of the reason she inspire such rage of courses blindingly. Obvious climate change is terrifying terrifying. Amazon is burning so too is the savannah parts of the Arctic or on fire sea levels are rising. There are more vicious storms and wildfires and in droughts and floods denial is easier than confronting the terrifying truth then. There's the fact that we don't like being made to feel bad mad about our life choices that are human nature. That's what it is. It's why we sneer at vegans. No because you're on eating good food we like come on dude. I'm chewing on Barbecue Rib right here and you're judging me listen. Vegans vegans are the ones who don't want to hear a Vegan Vegan Snare Syrup me my manager in. La Arthur has been a vegetarian Vegan when he's been a vegetarian nineteen seventy-five. He's the real deal. He likes to bark at me about my diet and yeah I could do some differences so could you abs but listen. Listen listen. I I was sitting there. I was sitting there at a business convention. Sixteen thousand people were at this event. I'm sitting at this lunch break. We're the table right you go through you. Get your food. You sit down and use a hodgepodge people. Maybe fourteen people around one single big roundtable table right and this one girl pretty girl she just pretty younger and so all the guys are like the guys are talking to her. You know they're like hey. Where are you from Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah because she was attractive bureau and she has no food or you're not GONNA eat. I'm waiting on mine. I'm waiting. We're like what are you waiting on. Well methods coming with the foods up there on the Vegan and so they bring her this thing in a Saran wrapped plate that had been peels it out does your whole all thing and so she's doing all this and I immediately every guy who'd been attracted to her. Five minutes before was like dismal ah quickly let them know that don't worry. I've got you covered. I'm going to meet for you so I'll take care what you eat. I don't care what you eat but I don't WanNa be judged for what I eat so I mean like like say that I'm sneering at vegans. No I'm GonNa Make Fun none of you but I'm also gonNA. Make Fun of everybody else like you know. I make fun a gluten people and that's a real thing. You Make Fun of me. I Make Fun of you. You're Kito Guy my son. John has a wheat sensitivity. I don't care I got confirmed. Gluten free life style introducing tweet a little bit at a time build that Mike my gut is burping with the meat of bread and I feel bad for you. They had to cut a foot of my intestines now now. I'll show you the pictures. I don't really make fun of me. I got scars to prove it. We'll be rectum got wrecked yeah they recommend rectum also Sarah Vegans sneer because they can't lift their lips any hired a former smile. Oh there you go so so you know it'll be the site of a small bone child subjecting herself to thwart night being tossed about on the Atlantic with only bucket bearing a quote Pu only only please sign by way of luxury in order to make a change about to make a point about climate change Greta. It's just silly okay. Here's thing the Amazon's burn deforestation forestation and all that stuff listen if you're listening to me. It's like the old. It's like the old joke where guy says the scientists. How do you think the earth has left and he goes probably about a hundred million years. He Goes Oh my God and the guy goes what's wrong. He said a hundred thousand okay look look they have pulled they have pulled cylinders of ice ace of Antarctica hundreds of feet deep and you can judge the ages of ice you can judge the ages of the ice and if you go back thousands Zinzi years you can see where the temperature was actually three degrees warmer a thousand years ago in I mean it's just it's just dumb. The climate it changes is the climate changing. Yes just like it always. Has You have twelve more years to live. There will be enough trees in the forest to build a coffin to put your dead Carcass Choson whenever you die. That's Morbid. That's how it is so. Don't get on your grandstand on your soapbox. Start telling me that GRANOLA. She's getting home yeah and don't don't put a young girl on a world stage and then tell me. I can't criticize what she has to say. If you're going to put her on a world stage to speak to the adults than she can get criticized just like an adult you don't get to just parade little children around and then hide behind them. I want to read this one last this thing we're going to wrap it up because this is this is amazing by the way people say well. You know the left made fun of Barron trump and Barron trump wasn't on a world stage he didn't he didn't ask to to be yeah he did. She did right so making fun of kids. I can't believe you're making fun of kids. I why not it's it's. We're not bullying them. Oh no but they'll use that word pulling so you have you if you if you say that that's bullying. You never been bullied atwood that way. That's what I said. I bet you got a participation trophy when you were little too didn't you now. You've been bullied so anyway that and here it. Is You know there is this article says gratitude. Berg obviously scare some men silly. The bullying of the a teenager by conservative middle aged men as taken on a grim almost hysterical edge and some of them are reaching deep into the misogynist playbook to divert focus from her message each so look in look out at tour events to her defense pence. I'll I'll be fair. You know there was like there was an Australian newspaper. It was a writer there who called her freakishly influential with many mental disorders. There was another one caller hysterical teenager. None of those are wrong so called her mentally ill Swedish child unstable a millennial Millennarians Millenarian Weirdo She deserved spanking medieval witchcraft. They've called her the Modern Day Joan of arc which we could talk about that for an hour. Trump got on and said on twitter. He said she seems like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future so nice to see how with Craig. I know that's awesome so you see this. Look here. Kid more power to you. Knock yourself out but let me just tell you these. Are The rules your ah parents should have told you all right for trotted you out here to to lecture us. You're going to get as good as you give and you're going to get it by a lot more. Look if I if I you know look my small little platform. I'M GONNA get on here and make fun of people and have a good time and tell you what I think and put my opinion out there. Get Crucified every single day you you know hey. I'm walking around my pants down but that's the that's the risk I take. My Wife said to me yesterday she said well. Maybe you're going to live this life. I'm like well. I don't complain about it. You know I get it every day. You get my gun and get it so weird. Dude S. to see your feet this morning. Just curious well yeah that we could go on. We'll save wicky feet for another Wiki. Another screen shot of this wiki feet. There's pictures of her own line signed with her feet are exposed in some form or fashion me. Steve All of these screen shots. One of them was on his show. A previous previous episode of your show and you can barely see the tips of my toes is a real thing here you here. Is that what you hear sometimes sometimes I wish the world would just come to an end. Come on down. Let's all go to sleep on the other side. We're OUTTA. Go go to our podcast offered download and and listen God bless you Sarah Gonzales unfiltered on Youtube party time. I'm sure Puerta mom shirt get that and go to the blaze dot com find ended on their under the apparel collection circus all the news and why it matters be sure to tune in by some news and why it matters Merch. We'll have to get you in that Max ax you thanked up. I'll do it pay attention every afternoon because sometimes couple times week maybe every now and then I'm on the news and what matters we're talking about. Berg so drake back that bad.

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Ep 3 | #Power | Guest: Party Foul Steve

The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 3 | #Power | Guest: Party Foul Steve

"Hey, everybody. Welcome back, bigger, better better. The Chad Prager show bigger batter. Better bitter, better bigger about bigger better. Better had shown blaze TV. That's a mouthful like that. I like it Steve. You're a man of many words, I am. He's too early for this. Well, retired about Steve Helms commented on Instagram and said slow day for podcast guests talking about you. Oh. Oh what? Which podcast he listened to listen to one day that I was city headless. Never listen. I was gonna say he doesn't he doesn't listen to the podcast at all. But we're getting I'm still getting used to being in the new digs. I like being here in studio. Twenty two going forward, by the way. Mark no matter what studio were in its studio. Twenty two four that's wanting duty twenty two is the deal in Iraq behind me on the on the wall right there behind so everybody can watch the podcast now, you can listen to it. And what's funny is I had somebody the other day who sent me a message who said, you know, would you would you start putting the podcasts on YouTube so us normal everyday folks can get them. And and I so all you gotta do is go to the blaze in go to any of their pages. And and just hit the link you can play it directly from the website. So then cost anything to play it from their website, right? No, see, no Sese people. Well, I can't afford. I can't afford the blaze. Well, you don't have to. Scribe to the blaze to listen to the podcast you, but I recommend it. So you can watch all of the good quality program when we're together bunch of other stuff as right like humor me with Chad Prater, that's a fantastic show. So mazing amazing. That way people can see me be the butt of your jokes. Exactly. But there they can watch the videos. There's no excuse you can get all the jet in your life that you need. That's a lot of a lot of a lot of dangling. Chad is what that is gonna blaze TV dot com slash Chad. Got a new promo code CPS for the show CPS PS ten dollars off you can use promo code Chad. You can use promo code CPS. I'm giving you the deals that ten dollars off for the whole year. Oh year annual scream. Ten bucks off is a great deal, basically paid seven bucks a month. Give or take give a little any bad. Take a little I'm going to have to use that code so save what I can. So something that happened. I want to talk about this. It's all my political cowboy dot com and give a shout out to Gaza road armor to the still got my truck. I think they're almost done with it though. So I was on. I was on Sarah Gonzales show, the news white matters with Stu and with Glenn Beck, and it we had been so busy. I really didn't know what was going on in the news. That's me every. Day. I know you re you pay a lot more attention to the news now that you've run filling the roads with me like I have to. Yeah. You know, another dumb ass. No, you're still a dumbest. Yeah. The you got a lot more political. Like, you've always you never been right? Heavy into politics or anything. I'm always gonna I've always leaned a little right more conservative. But always been on in the middle on most things like a dead. Possum? Yeah. It's kinda you do your thing. I'll do my thing. Just leave me alone. Leave you alone, most of my politics. Yeah. But this. Yeah, you're a good solid. Libertarian is in that regard. And you just just don't cram it down your throat. You know, basically, that's must thing. I don't care. What you do? Just don't cram it down my throat. Don't don't don't make me. You know, don't try to legislate your morality onto me agree. Yeah. But you pay a lot more attention to it. So you might. Someone called me politically radical the other day because they were wanting to know I'm gonna get them a point in a minute. From political cowboy dot com and the news item that I talked about today on the news away matters or recently on the show. Excuse me. Somebody was asking, you know, who out there in the world of speakers, which I'm out there in that world is speaking kind of four the world of agriculture and farmers and ranchers and stuff like that. And someone mentioned me on Twitter, and the person said why why I want somebody who's not a political radical in the person what about Chad breakers radical, and they're like, well, you know, he just talks politics all the time bed annex person, radical see, that's the crazy thing. If you it's this thought police, the word police all of these things where we throw around these words these days that we don't even know what they mean. So if you if you don't stick your head in the sand and ignore current events and topics of the day when things affect your life like politics, if you talk about politics at all your arrival now, you're radical people people think that all you do is talk. If you if you are conservative. You're considered a radical these days by the mainstream people are gonna say, oh, well, you you you're full hate or racism, homophobia, or whatever is in a phobia Xenophobia's. So when you don't like foreign people, you're frayed of him scared of I'm not afraid of I'm not afraid of anyone around him. Around food today. I'm not afraid we eight Thai food today. Yeah. But that's the thing is it's so to the point Roblo. Everybody knows Rob Lowe, the actor Rob Lowe what he play in man. I'm gonna punch you in the face. He was he was on the west wing. He was in. About last night Roblo he goes way back when teen like when we were teens he was like teen heartthrob kind. Do maybe you love. But maybe so maybe Jason likes him. It's Jason Hernandez metrosexual predict producer of humor me. So. Anyway, what was I saying? Oh, yes. So Rob Lowe comes out with a tweet after Elizabeth Warren had announced her presidential bid. She's running for president. And of course, she's been proven that. She's not native American even though even on her Texas bar exam application, she said she put American Indian that was her race in. She's not. No single person in my life that doesn't claim to be some portion. I don't I don't I don't I did the DNA test. I am one hundred percent white. I want to ever speak to eastern European British. But they have they all have the same stories. Always when my grandma said that we had. I've heard that from everybody. So she's not alone on that net. She just took it to the you know, she she used it for illegitimate gain last scholarships. You tell them stories and strive native American heritage. She was trying to get something over on the government. So Rob Lowe who he speaks out on politics. And and you know, he made a joke and his joke was he said Elizabeth Warren would bring a whole new meaning to commander in quote chief classic. That's awesome funny. Exactly. It's a good joke. And of course, Twitter went beserk people on Twitter went beserk to the point where he finally had to delete the tweet, which is understand. Why would delete it because Twitter's a big joke? Anyway, right. I mean, it is totally. That's what it's for. I love how much Twitter Mark Twitter. You do much Twitter not a lot. I hate it. I love it. But I hate it in. It's just a barn fire. I mean, it really is. That's we're gonna throw rocket somebody. And then Ron so, you know, it's just the whole thing. You know, you've got a political cowboy dot com. We've got article on their talks about just identity politics. It's just is absolutely gone nuts. So, you know, this with Warren, she milked her, quote, unquote, native American ancestry for all it was worth. But then when you get busted for not actually being native American then you get mocked for you get to call your critics racist. Now, explain that to me that doesn't even you lied people criticize you when you got caught in a lie. And so basically everybody wants to call you a racist for calling the personnel for lying and they're the same races. You that's that's the world. That's the logic. That's the illogical world. We're living in today. Absolutely ridiculous. So Roblo did the deal, of course, obviously, everybody thinks Elizabeth. Warren was the victim. So, you know, blah, blah, nobody on either side's gonna let that go. It's too much fun with that. Well, he followed up deleted the tweet. But he says I deleted my Elizabeth Warren tweet it was a joke and some peeps got upset, and that's never my intention on the good side. I just got to use the Oxford, comma, so. Yeah, I'm not sure he knows what the Oxford comedy is. But he says observation many polarizing politicians, actually like each other privately held each other and publicly stir the pot playing the votes. That's fine. Only thing wrong with it is when we buy it whole cloth. Breeding intolerance anger in total inability to laugh at anything. So. Yeah, I agree with that. There's time you know, when politicians were open game for mockery. But now, you know, you gotta be perpetually offended in you know, that's one of the things you can't do anymore. You can't be humorous what about political cartoons? I mean, there are have been around for so money Tony break. Oh. He puts the Branko cartoon political cartoons out every day. I share them. He's one of our web editors he sends him out on our group Email every morning for people to share if they want to share them. People lose frigging minds. Some of them are funny. Sometimes I have to go read. No why it's fun. Yeah. He kind of. I mean, it's makes me go. Discover something that I didn't know, and they lose their mind because it can't it can't do it. So I'm not apologizing. I've told you that over and over again, I'm not apologizing for making jokes not doing it won't do it if you polish as you're admitting guilt. I don't wanna make anybody upset either. I mean, but you know, what if we've talked about this if you're doing comedy, and you're making jokes, and you don't make people feel a little bit uncomfortable. You're not doing comedy, you just not people have to feel uncomfortable. I have had plenty of people have sent me messages after the fact that say we got up and left your show because we were offended by the opener or use talked about, you know, this or that I laugh at those people as are walking out the door. Thinned. It exactly I find that funny because I see that. And they have you know, in their coming out the door, and their voice in the well, I just that wasn't what I you know, what I wanted. It wasn't political in enough. I and. And Sadhana about are going out the door the guy the other day, send me a message. He said we left when you start making fun of California. This was the reading show he said, he's when you were making fun of California. We just we'd had enough. And so we live he said, you should do more family political comedy. I'm like, I was doing it making fun of California. That was the whole point. I was making political jokes about California. We usually make fun of where we were at it could be, you know. If you can't make fun of California, we make fun of Texas different parts of Texas different. You know, you you you. Are you reading you? Gotta you head on. And if you're not if you're not making fun of California, you're not paying attention last turn. And I love Californians. I we got we got great fans in California. We do we got great people who support us. We've never had an unsuccessful show in California. And we've done what fifteen now on our show up. Yeah, they come out. And we've got we got several more California shows lined up, and guess what? I'm going to do when I get there. Make on account. Damn right. I'm gonna make fun of California. The place exists to take your money. It exists. I mean, it it looks for ways they're taxing. They're trying to put a tax on public water usage. Now, they're trying to they're trying to make you pay for public water. Now. I know what the taxes are when we get out of there at night. Yeah. After show brutal dice, everything you have brutal fill out applications every year. Just so I can work in California. Just so they'll collect the right amount of taxes. You go to California LA is now claim. A sanctuary city status or whatever it's a Joe dude taxes that high and look at the homeless population. Look at all the problems, they have in the inner cities do so they have you have a working for you. Well, okay, so California. Let's talk about that for because California is number one. In almost everything. Most industries agriculture all, but it's a big state. So big state. There's there's more agriculture there than than a lot of people don't realize, but in terms of, you know, their economy their economy is they produce a lot in California. But they tax the hell out of everybody. That's why California is still growing. I mean people are coming in there. They can't keep up with the housing market because in California, that's why houses are so expensive. Because rather than put a neighborhood in California realizes it's more valuable to put a box store in or shopping center in that land because you can tax it more and make more money off of it. So there's not enough houses for everybody. Therefore, you're spending one and a half million dollars for a two bedroom shack in San Diego. You know what I mean? So anyway, California, but you got a minimum fifteen bucks an hour. Right. And they're going out of business places are going out of business because they can't afford fifteen bucks. It's true. I believe grading. I read a story about that the other day that. One of the deal that was just a dismal failure. While ming. No kidding. Hang on him, drink some apple juice. Brainy apple juice, but a whole bar at bring my water. We got a stock bar. Can they see the bar over here behind me? Yeah. See we're gonna fill that sucker. Redneck Riviera I've got it all bought, and we haven't filled it up yet. BMI tried redneck Riviera and I'm not talking to you tried it. It's good stuff, and you get under twenty five bucks a bottle deal. My friend my Super Bowl party. That's what I served. Yeah. Yeah. John rich would be proud if flown with John rich too. You're he I don't think you're probably busy. I don't think he would come step foot in your house party fail. I don't think he would. He will ask you. All right. We'll ask him. Fancy. Sick man. We wouldn't ashville and John couldn't visit with us because he was sick. Everybody was sick apart. Everybody's been sick for the last night of little some kind of little bug or something. Well, we don't get sick. Nope. I'm on you know, what? Because we drink the apple juice, the apple juice. Did you did you watch the Saturday night lives when they were talking about the Virginia black face scandal? Now, I didn't watch Saturday Night Live. I don't watch it either. But you can go to political cowboy dot com found on all amount can hot to do that. Yeah. Set your website. Yeah. I should check it out sometime we're doing overhaul on watch Chad dot com. Yeah. That's going to be great and is going to be beautiful bigger, bigger better better, bigger, better better, bigger better. Yeah. So anyway, I I talking about apologizing so, but so Ralph northern who Virginia governor who was pictured he's either in black face or he's in KKK robe. And he wouldn't say like, which he was in the picture, he apologized for it. But then he came back later on. And he says was his he says, I'm I I vividly don't remember. He doesn't remember. Well, what are the two people during a picture together? Right. Yeah. What are they doing in that picture there at a party or are they standing there? Yeah. Showing unity or they were they were Halloween party. Okay. Well, they show. They were saying, hey now, we get along. Okay. Now. Let's you forget this is the guy who advocated for the murder of newborn babies, not unborn babies. Yeah. Genius in a in a little pickle. There aren't they? So I'm advise you to you can go watch the the skit videos on political cowboy dot com. This is good stuff. I'll tell you. What man? I don't. This is good stuff. It's the best apple juice. Takes care shakes. Wait fill the void while I was drinking there. Say I looked up in a show a marker phone now. That'd be dead air. It would be the name of the shows dead air. That's great dead air with party people. Silence. Listening three than fart every now. And then every now, and then tell me story, I feel like I should be doing something when my hands. I'm you know, me, I'm always like doing something on my hands. Don't give me for you know, right now Stephen belt what you can do pick my nose. 'cause you know, you're you're been want. Hold on the podcast, hundreds of everything I wanted to do. Now. Hope it's hundreds of millions is gonna be is going to be. We're going to have just a huge lineup of guests and celebrities and non celebrities we're going to we're not going to discriminate. We're gonna have all the people on here because we love all the people tastic some more chairs in here. So we could have more than just to get a choir. We'll get a whole choir in here. Steve we will Jade's going to be on the show a lot nice. Everybody loves Jade Jade was supposed to be working two days a week that was her schedule at the clinic. Right. Okay. She shade miss today in months. I mean, she's been working nonstop. So she saving up for nice. I don't know what she's doing seen a penny all at doctor and money there. You haven't seen a penny of it? You know, I've never made a dime off of YouTube. I just got my ten ninety nine in from YouTube Jade's gotten every penny of that. I've never seen a penny of it. It goes in her Bank account because when I started on YouTube. I was thinking, well, there's nobody watching this stuff. So I just when I set up the add since account to begin with I set it up just direct deposited her account because that was the handiest checkbook ahead was her deal and put it in mind because I was thinking not gonna make any money off this the so okay, actually, Janet, okay, YouTube, you can have individual chance you have an individual channel on there that just has your content. So, but you can place links on Facebook and stuff that go straight to that YouTube page. Okay. That's all the time ever really go to YouTube as if it comes up on Facebook, and I click on it. Yeah. Takes me there. Or if I need instructions on how to replace a filter for stuff like that look up that that's how I fixed my washer, I fix my dryer. Two or three different things. I've done. I went to follow the steps on a YouTube. Mark became director of this show. Hey, he learned how to direct all YouTube one hundred percent that's school of hard knocks is that how you podcast of still. No, I need to watch video watch video. I should watch. I should do video. How does in? Yeah. I don't know. I, but I think that I think that. Social media, y'all heard me talk about this over and over again, social media. It's absolutely. It's it's dumpster fire. I mean, it really is it I I don't know. In the long run is going to be the end of all of us. It really is. It's the end of all of us because I don't think we're we're supposed to be that connected. All the time. No. But I think especially for you know, these days and times when families are live all over the place. It's not like the old days where everybody lived on the same farm and our next door. I mean, they still do my hometown. But. A lot of people move out and kids move. And the next thing, you know, your family's spread out all over the country when you going Facebook, and you know, what all your cousins or doing? I don't wanna know what my to do. Sometimes I just want to spy on them. You know, I wanna see what that girl used to likes doing. And you're glad you don't know life like see how her life's failed. Yes after she dumped me. Yes. That's I don't wanna know what my cousins are doing necessarily. But I mean, you should be able to pick up the phone and call, but I get what you're saying. But I think it's just made people to brazen. You know, it's tied. You know, like, I've told you before we used to sit on the toilet and read the shampoo bottle. Now, we take our phones in there. Every phone on the plan. It's been with you in the toilet. Yes. I say here talked to Carl think about that. When the Hanjour that phone at Carlos pot right now talking from her toilet. So I don't like I can't be. I personally can't be friends with my children on Facebook. Just it's unsafe. I don't people. I don't want people knowing that. They would see the connections that are there. Oh, yeah. Hangs as it is. And they start people friend and do all this kind of stuff, and they try to make those connections that there. Oh, I know your dad or in your light. Yeah. My kids say dead who's this? I have no idea. Yeah. Exactly. Well, and you know, I've got I got daughters. I mean, I don't I don't want these crazy people that are, you know, they don't need. Another connected to me any social media platforms. Are you on right now? So I have five specific Facebook pages. I have several others that are on there that no one knows that. I'm connected to okay things like Tribuna st-, tribunal dot com. Another news platform, I'm on the advisory board of that. The there's a few of them out there that are like that. That I have there's some social channels. Then of course, have Twitter, I have Instagram, I have Snapchat. Although I don't use nip Jack. I don't I'm not snapped. I was gonna say that's kind of for kids in. See, I don't know how you would affectively share communication the way. I enjoy it be a Snapchat pictures. I I understand Instagram. You know, that's that's about as visual need to get. You know, got about one hundred I don't have a huge Instagram following Instagram's kind of become in it's kind of became the mainstream for a lot of people's for social media is a simple as a picture in. You know, flip the pictures. What's a Facebook platform for pictures? I mean, basically, and they you know, Facebook's added the twenty four hour story to it. And you know, for those of you don't know Facebook owns Instagram. So at Twitter's Twitter just horrible, but I can't get away from it. I mean, honestly when if there's something breaking it's news worthy. I ah jump on Twitter. I see people's responses. I kind of look at Twitter, but I don't get on there much. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It's I can't I can't tweet a lot. I really can't. Because I get mad if I get on there very much like I'll go on drink a little apple juice and jump on Twitter. And that's when it it gets legit then late night on on a Saturday night. Whenever it gets legit in an fan of that. I'm not posting that picture on Instagram because it brings bad things on me. Let me see I'm smiling for Steve there. Yeah. This for Instagram the yeah. There you go put it in my story. There you go boom. I gotta lose weight again. I'm feeling loaded. You gotta start me now. How's that? Let me see like that. No. Yeah. I didn't like that. Here. You're really bad photographer. Do. Well, I want to stay there. We some angle too. I guess whatever. Steve quit. Just quit. I'm not gosh. Does that look any quit? No. I'm not very good at I I take pictures of myself. We know that. Do that they used to call me the selfie king. You the selfie king? Now, I kind of laid laid off the selfish for long time. Yeah. Me too. Looks funny with a big black, Mike and my my show. Oh. You're a mass, dude. It's funny. How we doing on time? Good Lord, six minutes. Twenty six minutes. Feels like we've been talking for hours. It's goes by fast. But in a way, not when you're on. So what's on what not when you're on drags? It drags tell me about a young Steve Powell. That's what I wanna know. How young how young do you want to don't really wanna know the? The I know everything there is no about you. Yeah. Party keep it to yourself. The says your wife doing she ingrate should know. She's probably texted you believe texting. She keeps me in the loop. Yep. Yeah. When I dropped you off the other week at your house. She texted me about an hour later and said, please take him back. Cheers sick. You being the whiny bell? Yeah. She says, I'm just the biggest whiny baby. I just must have I want to be left loan, right? So baby. That's what he calls them, Katie babies. So she says, I'm a big baby. Yeah. Well, your big baby. But now I. But now I. I. I think it's funny. I, you know, the social media stuff has been a blessing in so many ways. But I you get to point where you really just want to turn it off. You know, they just want to turn it off. But, but you can't you know, anybody out there that is doing anything successful in the entertainment business, if you're trying to make it in business, these days social media's your main driver, you gotta have it every business if you don't have social media. Yeah. You gotta have it. You're losing business. What's it's that's where your marketing takes place, you know. And so I have people who will jump on there. And they complain, you know, I've had people who've complained about saying we have got too many commercials or whatever on the podcasts or whatever. But yet you just said you wanted it for free. I mean, that's how that's how you get it for free is that's how we pay for these things. So I mean, look at this beautiful studio, you think Mark Tate works for free, you know, or for free free. No, not too much. So we need sponsors. We lost all of our sponsors. When we switched from podcast one. We came over to. So we lost Squatty potty. Let me talk to you about the power of the potty will Squatty potty. We lost. Blink home security. We lost. The they weren't sponsor for long, but it was basically the liquid Viagra. You're still you're still giving them spots. I know I'm a giver. But now, we got road armor, and they're not a podcast sponsor. But we'll talk about them. We got redneck Riviera they're great guys. We got American hat company by them got look at these Finola boots right there. They give me. But you know, our w arms are w arms. We got guns trick this place out some guns. Yeah. That's what we need to do. We need. We need. We need. We need a rifle propped up against Herbert the deer studio journey to is crazy in here. They are fifteen right across his horns, I think this place is haunted. Man. You think I don't know? We're gonna get my buddy Dave Schrader in here. Dave schrader. He's a paranormal expert. I don't know. How you become that other than you just hanging hanging out weird places and cars and expert he was on the podcast while back. Yeah. It's creepy stuff, dude. But anyway, back social media. You gotta have it. You gotta do it. And it's it gives you that platform. You gotta you gotta know how to run it. You've come a long way with it. I've tried. Yeah. Matter of fact, I think it was about four years ago when I was I really started in research on podcast, and I talked to about a couple of friends and there. Yeah. That sounds cool. You know, but I had no idea what it was what I wanted. I knew what I wanted it to be. But I didn't. Yeah. So because I'm never political. I, you know, as far as politics that that was not even never thought my head to go have a podcast where I talked Paul now, you're a radical radical. But so no, I was you know, at that time, I was working in the music scene in Texas music scene. And I thought about doing some type of podcast or something that you could, you know, a behind the scenes kind of podcast, not with frontman of bands and stuff. But like the guys on the road with them the guys that never get any. You know, I don't get a lot of spotlight. You know, who the, you know, we do because we, you know, we've been immersed in the scene for a long time. We do know the players, and their, you know, their merch guys or stuff like that. But there's so many others out there that don't know when they're like what that guy's a, you know, he may be playing still the target. He's working on his accounting degree. And he's you know that kind of thing and. But anyway, I wanted to do something along those lines where I talked to those back, you know, men and anyway, it never happened. We'll get them on this show. We'll do it. Absolutely. We gotta get our buddy Grainger Smith on here. Yeah. That's going to happen. We got some great stuff coming up. That's going to be really cool. Can we talk about that yet? I think we can talk about a little bit. But yeah. So so Grainger in his guys have invited us down Austin's working on the new music video and for Earl Dibble's early. It was junior and he put in a put a dip in crackle Graco. So anyway, he's invited to come down to be a part of that. Should be fun. Should be interesting. Yeah. He just wants us to share his stuff. Hey on our massive social media. Well, and see that's the thing these days. So our buddy Aaron Watson Aaron has become hugely successful in a big way with his music. But that was whenever whenever his last record Vicaro came out. He hustled he called me. He called a number of other people. He was here at the blaze came on with Glenn. And he just he. Found influencers who would share the record in. So that was the deal when it came out and number one on and it went number one without being a part of the major label. He was on Billboard's number one number one album in the country when it was released because of social media influencers. So you see the power of that power social media? You know, God forbid can't tell jokes about poke hana's, or, you know, Elizabeth Warren anymore. You know, I told us before my favorite post of all time. I got crucified for it. Because the joke was karate is Japanese for my kid can't hit a curveball. You might be onto something. People lost their freaking minds. How dare I insult karate? Like that. My son has special needs Impala monkeys. Exactly. I mean, we'll do. I mean, you know, K Zo karate helped you that's fantastic. I made a joke about it. Get over yourself. You know, I mean, it's that's still one of my all time favorite jokes. And it's that to me is another one in. It's not if they would Roddy when I was a kid out of been in karate not on the baseball. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you know, for me social media was always an outlet for jokes. Whether they were mine are shared somebody else's or just I wanted to put a smile on people's face. You know, they're going through their day humdrum, blah, blah, blah. That's what gave me the boost on social media was getting on there and being humorous, you know, not being silly. But just having a observation that's humorous, you know. And so it grew the platform people can't take jokes anymore though. There's power and social media. So we are. Are about to be working on a book. I'm writing a book, and we'll talk more about that on down the road. But we full fully intend to use the power social media to move that book, you know, John rich, and I are working on a song together. That's that's pretty funny and lighthearted it it's we're we're going to try to get some folks involved like kid rock and Gretchen Wilson. And you know, those kind of folks to do some stuff with us, but we're gonna put it on social media. We're going to sell it. We're gonna put it on itunes and all the proceeds we're going to send a volts honor. You know, a great organization. So it's you know, power social media in a social media. I don't know what it is. But it's something else. It is. Yeah. And it it's it's amazing because we do have a lot of France that have a lot of influence that are all out there willing to do the same thing for each other. You know, I've done a lot of projects with Adly. Trump. You know, at least got a great Instagram. She's she's constantly moving shaken and entertaining and beyond just her singing career, but she's also doing a lot, you know, funny and great stuff she and I've collaborated together on a number of projects, and it's just exponential. So that's one of the reasons why excited to be on blaze TV, and when I came on board with crtv. And then they merged. I I was excited about it. Because there's power in numbers, you know, and blazes been hugely helpful in promoting me. The launch of humor me this show. You know, giving us the promo codes given us the ability to to market ourselves out there. And and then they're sharing it, you know, buddy, John Miller that hosts White House brief on blaze TV, he he shared the podcast day and s great, you know, I shared his the other day. He shared mine. I didn't ask him. He didn't ask me. We just I like his show. And that's great because I tell you this been on other podcast platforms in the there was no other talent sharing my stuff there. You know what? I mean. We'll and you do have those that will reach out to you and say, hey, do this for me. Can you do this and you go? Yeah. I'll do it. Then the next thing you do is. You're doing something you put it out there and say, hey, can you do this? And you know, hear from. You just have to put that little check Mark in the back of your head. Yeah. We don't help people anymore. We don't have like. All right. Yeah. Now, it's you know. The other thing that people have to realize that they don't realize when it comes to social media is. So I can't just do anything. Like, I like, I have a personal policy with social media. I don't share go fund me pages. Yeah. Because whether they're legitimate causes are not I can't because if I do want, I gotta do them all, you know, and I get daily I've caught I've caught a lot of blowback from that too. Because people are you know, what why would you why wouldn't you use your platform to help these people, and why help a lot of people? But, but I also get a dozen requests today to share go fund me pages of shared them. All we just have a painful ago fun. These you know, now everything is a fundraiser. Everybody's birthday fundraiser, its like, can you keep up that was cool though. I raised raised I raised nine thousand dollars every five hundred look at you. I raised nine thousand for American valor mama's for American valor. Yeah. It was it's over five hundred. I don't know where it's at right now. Yeah. People need to come to the American valve they need to come to the Chris column Amore. Benefit on may fourth in the stock yards there in Fort Worth you can get tickets in my website, wealthed, watch Chad dot com. Oh, no. You come on. I don't know. You can get me in put me on the guest list. You'll be fine. Okay. I'm quite certain. You'll be fine. But the. No, there's power in social media with things like that. But you know, people ask me to share things can you share? My new song can share this. I can't do that for everybody can't do that. Now as I said, they're channels. That are connected to the people don't know about I can help run them through that. But if I, you know, people every day or asking me to share their videos or share something that they you know, it's just you can't be inundated with that stuff. So okay, my page. Damn it is your page, and I run into the same thing a little bit not on your scale. But I get tagged in other people's post. Yeah. About stuff, and if I put all of that era, high time timely, that's what I'd say allowed everything on the time line that was tagging. Ever see anything that? I did it because because what people don't understand about it is they think that by tagging people their post is going to get a bigger reach. Well, it's not. So let's say you have you know, these guys who are having some big grand opening event. They'll tag ninety five people. They're hurting us up hurting yourself because what you just did is. Okay. So I have two million people that follow one of my pages. If I tag you in it. I just brought my reach down to how big your reaches. You know what I'm saying? So I have to throw a wider net. I got I have to leave it more generic. I don't try not to put the URL's directly in the deal because they aren't gonna share third party websites. Facebook doesn't want you leaving their website go into another website. They want you on their website. So if you're sharing you two videos or you're sharing URL's to another website. They're going to kill the traffic to that. If I'm tagging you and everything it's gonna kill the traffic because that just made my reach the same. Size yours because you because it's the lowest common denominator this there. So. Anyway, people run tag you and stuff hide. Hide. Hide Orion tag Masao. Yeah. Get out of there. I don't hardly anything. It is not to be rude to people. It's just social media is my business, and I have to run my business, right way. We need we need. A Facebook type of platform that does give free speech that doesn't hinder the algorithms that doesn't hinder the traffic. It needs to be something somebody's develop something because I tell you something Facebook, we went from, you know, seven hundred thousand visitors a day political cowboy dot com down to thirty thousand visitors a day overnight. I mean, just by cut it down by three quarters of a million ridiculous. So anyway is because again, they they start cracking down on what they deem fake news. Well, I mean, if people are that gullible in that stupid. They can't fact check something on their own. It's not face bar release something and understand that this is their opinion. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And so Facebook cracks down on all that stuff. But if I wanna put, you know, we scramble sometimes to sell tickets to shows because we put the link out there. And what happens Facebook kills it. Somebody's wrote on something yesterday and said thank. You for sharing this? I never see CHAD'S post any more. Yeah. And still still happening. Trust me. I know. So we did the video the other day where we were. We were the teaser video for humor me, which is my show and blaze, and we did the teaser video with Larry gatlin in John rich. We're talking about masculinity. Then we did the Mukasa spoof video now. Now, the the one on masculinity is at four million views. Okay. And share counts through the roof. I don't care about views. I care about the shares. So we get on the the cost one does half a million sounds like a lot of numbers for me. It's not then I did the one about getting offended half-million like four hundred eighty thousand views terrible numbers terrible numbers. And you know, I, you know, why why why does one on masculinity explode when we're talking about real manhood? And I think I have my reasons why. But then you, you know, other ones that are funny and just as humor's, I think the bottom line is certain topics people don't feel comfortable sharing. But I also believe they're not saying it because the algorithms are getting shutdowns probably a little both. But I do your your own on point where you're talking about a topic. That is that they can go, you know, a whole heartedly agree with this topic. I'm sharing it and something that's funny. The oh, that's funny. And I'm out scroll on and it safe to share because you know, if you share your in the workplace, or whatever you can't Bob LA your bosses checking your deal, but you know, they're wanting to insert states. They're wanting to start checking your internet search history for the last three years, and what you've done on social media for the last three years before you can even buy gun your search history for three years. I don't wanna shoot lesbians. Search isra? Oh, man. Funny, stuff except scary. It is scary. And it's true. Are we getting back on the Kito? Yeah. When tomorrow, okay? Okay tomorrow. I'm good that had a great way in time to start bulking up. Oh my gosh. Bulking up. Yeah. You have to see yet. The watch the podcast are you? Don't get muscle up. Yeah. I was I think I've gained about five pounds back. Really? Yeah. Yeah. That's onset factory two days ago way to to. I was down. I had gotten on one ninety six. But I didn't stay there. That was just dehydrated. Oh. Bottles of water. You'll get it back out today. Full the diarrhea and it was rough. Speaking of that, I got in this episode because I got to go to the bathroom. I know you could fill the airtime. I just go. And now, I don't feel that much time. I know along you take a long time. Yeah. I I get my phone out. I start checking social media what better place close thing out take care of that. Check out your crap while you're on the crapper. The commode did on your ball commode was made invented by man named John crapper. No, I did not you're making that look it up. Now, what am I going John crapper? I think his first name was John. We'll find out here minute. I'm telling you listen to the radio show. You will learn things. The United spill crapper. I gotta figure out John. She don't. You don't even know what an Oxford comma is. It's a myth. Oh, my John crapper. Myth. I'm looking at it. The history of the outhouse the crapper myth the mid. What are you on? I'm on Google back checking, yes will tell the truth all the. Yeah. Thomas crapper. Invented the toll it true. He purchased some patents in made some improvements. So you're kinda right? But I mean, you know, the crapper was invented by the Romans. Yep. About that. So there you go what? Did you find something better Helms? Says where are you at? I'm at piranhas having sushi and drinks come join rather stick a pitchfork in my eye, then joy, Steve Holmes. Next thing. He'll be wanting to be on the show. Oh, he'll want to be on it. Yeah. You know, you you try to get Steve's worse than you. How's that talking? The is. He's like, oh, thanks, man. Thanks say I really like that song wrote. Oh, thanks, Steve Holmes. I keep trying to think of is he he's that guy. That's on Troy Aikman's video. And Troy music video. Yep. Yeah. Yep. Steve holmes? Troy Aikman's video right? Check out of here. We love y'all. God bless you. Gotta watch chedda dot com. Check it out found a show come in near you going to be in Ramona, California, we're gonna be in Anaheim, California, Kelly Kelly, Kelly, we're going to go to Springfield, Missouri. And we're going to be in Boise. In may, we're going to you don't know this now, I don't know is just announcing this, Boise. Casper Wyoming, Idaho, falls and Spokane so that'll be we'll be we were there last year. We're coming back to those four again. Nice. Yep. And we're going to be in Everett on March the second March the third now, Marcia second Everett, Washington, the historic Everett theatre March the second we have six north of Seattle and going to be fun. We packed that sucker out last year. We're gonna pack it out again. So. Yup. And anyway, thanks for being. Oh, nice hanging out. I'll did again. I'm sure you will thank son of I love you guys. God bless you. Thanks for watching. Go to blaze, TV dot com slash Chad. Sign up for the shows and use the promo code Chad. Or you can just use C P S CPS for Chad pray through show. Let's just admire the logo here. The logo look at it. Steve I gotta look at. Yeah. Look, you're not watching you don't what we're talking about. So for silent. Herbert the dead deer sitting in studio. Twenty two we'll see you guys next time committee four times. Wait love y'all. God bless back.

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Ep 112 | Confronting Our Wives and the Value of Life

The Chad Prather Show

41:47 min | 2 years ago

Ep 112 | Confronting Our Wives and the Value of Life

"Hey it's tom you know. I just decided to laugh. Jennings l. are assholes. Welcome to another episode not so chad show. Natalie is parttime arctic time mama go to another episode of the chat show in the mothership studio twenty two. Thanks for joining discovered a youtube subscribe at hitching notification button so that you'll be told every time i post a new video l. on youtube. Come on folks helped me grow that sucker man. Censorship is a real deal on social media is out against us and i'm telling you if we don't stick together as conservative voices voices. It's going to get worse and worse worse and worse as we get towards the twenty twenty election because i promise you if you're on twitter if you're on facebook wherever you you are on and whatever you're using conservative voices are being more and more stifle now. The interesting thing that i've found is that a lot of people on the left feel like their voices are being stifled too. That's because political conversation is being brought down to a minimum and it's the algorithm just has it so it's just hindering the free speech of things we want to talk about the things we have convictions about so. You're not going to hear a lot of things that you need to hear. Encourage people go to blaze t._v. Dot com slash humor use promo code chad. Get on there because you know what they can't silence that once you're once you sign up and i mean we're talking what six seven dollars a month to have this. You can get all these all these political voices that you know differing ideas and opinions and concepts and things that you're not gonna get anywhere else in party foul steve. Sometimes he's on there too two and where am i near nowhere. You're literally nowhere where if you want if you want the political opinions of a of a moron than you listen to party oh sorry but we want people like glenn beck and and pat gray chad safer and lawrence chin and allie sticky and mark bowling and and andrew wilkau mark mark levin. Are these people you're saying. I hate you and you're going to get fired. That's what's going to happen right right now. That's what's going to happen and of course graham allen myself yeah the there's just some stuff going on so get the blaze. Get on there and go do it and also go to where you to uh-huh. I'm sorry we're podcasts are offered through podcast channels. Say like apple podcasts read us review gives a five star level review. Tell me how else i also miami. I love it. You said you just said all that stuff well. Sometimes i give myself a review keeping me down you're holding. I can't even speak now rhythms uh-huh yeah keeping the white man down. Send all your your hate mail to steve at chad dot com. Do you know what i have not received any hate mail. At stephen watch chat dot com not one bit right they send it to my instagram facebook and twitter it shows up. It shows up but the lawsuits are still pending. Steve doesn't understand this whole concept of being on a national stage in your words have consequences and things that come back to bite you in the ass. They probably do but i'm just like. This is what you get. I know it's going to change my mind or change a you know how a say it. That's what people love you. Maybe assist. That's probably why they hate me to you. You don't nobody hates you. You never get into a war on your heart and my phelan's. It's okay. I wouldn't do it if i see so you. You're you're very fortunate because you have a lot of talent in your on a you know podcast on t._v. You're all that stuff. I have zero talent. I'm here too so except i pay you yeah but you say you asante. Tell me his have <hes>. It's like it's like graham. Allen said he's like you've got all these college degrees. I don't have any we're doing the same thing and i said yeah but i also have twelve more businesses so yeah that works yeah no exactly exactly but now you're here. You're welcome. Thank you appreciate you love you. That's already found nation baby party party. Party party fouled nation. You know what's coming party. Foundation dot com. They're coming party foul t x dot com by the time this airs. I'm not sure can d._c. Queen of the ethiopians when this little come out in a week or two couple of weeks we should have party foul dot party not x dot com should be out and about check it out. It is a community of people who like to have fun red blooded hard-working blue-collar. Oh collar americans that fall down pick themselves up dust themselves off blaze that trail keep that head above water float down the river drink the beer barbecue have a good time. That's right. Everything's better with beer. We have a good time and party foul nation so check it out over there in in the peanut gallery. He's a part of party found nation but getting cool yeah we we gotta go shopping so you and i love wearing denim shirts. We do people want to give you a hard time about wearing denim shirts. You know we they don't make fun of you. Because you're black you get away with every thick back like people can't make fun of you but they if they see a denim shirt allows people like leader. Oh my god i can't believe what is your nineteen eighty two navien tuxedo. Although there you go but i need new denham like this one. This one is all huge and stretched out and stuff. I need to go get some more denim proud of you. I know right so we're gonna. Don't go get some more denim. Schone unnoticed by dallas called stag. I don't go to dallas okay for you. Call sag that sounds like that aged nag stag listen. I go to a completely different stag place in dallas okay whole other whole other shopping adventure incher with denim to glen. He's them double r. L. stuff. I can't afford that some out of my price range yeah i so i was online the other day looking at some some dinner stuff they had like eight hundred and fifty dollar denim shirts and i'm like you think i'm all or one even if i had that kind of junk. I like vows banking like that. I'm still gonna order it online eight hundred fifty dollars. I hadn't had a chance to try it on my fit might not you know balsam awesome about new genes the other day online and they sent him to men in their big mama. Where did you say your phone up in front of you and it measures your gene size because i know you could do something like that now. Is that an app yeah. It's a store that sells so yeah. I wouldn't use it either but no do you you know. How do you know how if you're in the store and you don't wanna try jean zone. Do you know how to determine that. They'll be in the waste. Put your neck. You put it you put the waste. Put put the taking of the beltline the waist wrap it around your neck. <hes> we're gonna tessa it. If it fits around your neck it'll sit around your waist the other large neck pretty thick neck my waist the as we ever seen yourself if you if you never can you that's kind of funny that you can imagine putting that on your neck run around the little weird when you're standing in in the store and you're wrapping jeans around your neck because if people who don't know that trick but it's actually accurate now. I'm sure there's probably some body types out there. Somebody that doesn't work. Somebody's nobody's doing right now jennings sitting over there. Go sorry to kansas for this but i'm going to call bull it depends. I bet it wouldn't be your home right now. He's taking his pants off right now just to put them. Arrival lots of kim and size jennings ratings like if you're a regular human size then they works. They say that stopped where you're saying tissue foot okay yes stop. Stop stop master mark. Let me say something. This is <hes> this is why the puppet master makes his money over here <hes> when he's flying the starship which just didn't studio twenty two is mark knows mark knows when things are getting out of hand. He knows how to move the microphones yeah yeah and just in like there's been times when you've been sitting in the peanut gallery and you're just talking and we just mute it back. No doubt no doubt about that. We have to attack you of the show at a certain level of somebody. It's like stephen a peanut gallery. He'll just talking over there and having a conversation with over sitting by oh yeah forget. We're having a show here. You know they were hanging out. That's usually when i was drinking whiskey or som- <hes> usually usually it's predicament you can have two show's happening at the same time and <hes> you know. I always go with you because you're the host. I'm like <hes>. I guess go to chad show right now. So yes name is on the box and that piece of tape over there with her name on there goes over and of course the starship would not be complete without a net sanders sitting back there the back while net sanders hanging out he is the brother of bernie sanders so nets and he's a younger brother bernie sanders back there. We got to put some pants on yeah. You got to put some. We also have a what's her name candace candice. She's here today to oh. Thanks now your host and the show was you went to net. You went for martinets season on the name. I like the amount of time it took you to think of my name because i was going to do the whole candy. See queenie the philippians but you know he's the host so he should say nobody knows is now. I mean you might as well just take over. There's a reason there is a ram and a reason to this. We we get the candy see momentarily okay. I didn't know if you swell is playing very crucial role in today's episode oh because this is going to be one where she reads off her topics that we could discuss amongst ourselves awesome jumped the gun a little bit yet yeah. You really shot your wad pretty early on that. One is good so we're not unusual. We're going to put our heads together and it's gonna sound like a bowling alley all right. Let's do we got. We got some. We got some good stuff over here candice. Can you start us off with something easy. Oh that's just pulling it random. It's okay hold it at random. Whatever happens happens. <hes> are there other dimensions other dimensions like the marvel universe verse that kind of thing alternate realities are going on no nope. I think so inside our head. Do you want to elaborate on that one. Nope nope what are are there. Other dimensions are are again. We get into the whole spiritual aspect of it yeah there art their spiritual dimensions. You know shakespeare's got the great quote about their you know far more. Thanks to this earth that we can. You know feel and see what's the. What's the quote over there jennings. I always mess it up. You get this wrong. Everything i do is now now. I'm going to get it wrong is <hes> something like there. There are far far more. That's where very helpful do yeah. I've forgotten how far more <hes> things in heaven heaven and on earth in our philosophy horatio they but it's not things it's something else but that's the essence of it yeah so oh you know. Is there a world spiritual world yeah. I believe that i think i think there is i think we are i think <hes> we are eternal beings and so where does that world exists is their god is their angels demons in that regard. I think there's other dimensions but are there simultaneous parallel running dimensions where there's other humans out there other. S.'s sound going back back to the different dimensions in your head that you referenced. Would you like to elaborate know what i mean the human mind itself and we we would like to believe that there's something over there where we're either. You know hopefully way smarter way better. I don't know so. Do you guys this will get the online community talking right here. Let's ask this this question. You know. Just kind of dovetail off of that is is <hes> religion something created by man to control the masses. You know who carl marx who call it the opiate of the masses it religiously opiate of the masses in other words. It keeps people under control. That's what keeps us out of complete and total anarchy where people just would run amok and do anything they want to do. Rape kill spilt tillage steel. I mean you know i it. Does religion. Keep people in check or is there reality to religion. I think that's a question that we you know even as a believer we still question that we go through and that's where we go through stages of question your faith finger beliefs and stuff like that and i think it's kinda healthy though to do that john yeah i think i mean i think the way the egyptians ran everything. The native americans ran things. It's always had a kind of keeping people in the control of course yeah same with the catholic church in the middle ages during the during the protestant reformation. Whenever were they told people they had to pay their head to pay their their ties in their offerings in in you know put the money in the church in stay stay protected from the gnomes and the witches and the ghosts and goblins that were out in the woods and that was actually taught from the church and things like that so there is that aspect of that. I think that we again. I go back to where he turned. Beings i think either i don't it just doesn't make sense that we're accidence doesn't make sense to me this like putting a stick of dynamite under a big old pile of building supplies. Doesn't it blowing up in a house as formed. It just doesn't make sense to me. <hes> you know just just one minute change to our earthly existence in in in creation. If the moon was three hundred miles closer to us we'd be covered in water. I mean it's just it's just too many things from the i mean look in a giraffe. The giraffe has a long neck all right how it's heartbeats just enough for the blood to get to its brain not too much or it would kill it too much blood going to the brain but it goes all the way up that nicked it gives just enough to survive into function as a living creature but i but his exactly regulated for that physiology that anatomy look at the the bombardier you're beetle. I mean the if it's an evolved thing. Bombardier beetle has two different sacks when those in it's completely benign when they're when they're the you know the liquids kids are inside those two sacks on their body but whenever they go into a defense mechanism they squirt out both excrete both of those fluids out of their body when they mix together it comes sounds like an acid form if they were evolving one of those saxwood have evolved faster than the other one those those those chemicals in their body that's produced would have mixed together and they could not have ever survived live so how does how do you explain that that's not that's not accidental. I mean you look at things like mysteries like that. That make me think we're not just just this product of time and slimy. I think we're product of design and we're proud of creation so somebody grand architect and offered someone described as you can't take all the pieces to a watch film and a clothes dryer in turn it on in radio. This is not going to happen not going to happen is going to happen. So are there alternate realities alex yeah but that's in then if there is the then there will be other dimensions than outside of the earth. That's the thing i don't know how like how how far do we know. The universe goes association goes in the sentence still undiscovered was so they could be other dimensions in that case where would if we art art and only mentioned then we didn't we would dis- another accident in this happy accident has happened in heaven to earth man. I love men in black when they shut the locker and it's just it's just a marble chuck other. I never know but you know you're. I use the word somewhere some little adam. Oh no but i truly if you wanna go out that as far as like life somewhere else i believe that <hes> way too vast not to be dimensioned question you said. I don't know that that's a dimension though i don't know that that's another <hes> that would insist in the same dimension and live but i'm saying in our dimension. I believe there's always like to look at the practical aspect of these discussions russians. We're not just talking. We're not just throwing ideas out there. What is the practicality. Why even ask that question well because because if there is another dimension then there's something that you have to think about and there's ultimately responsibility on your life to deal with that it. Let's say there isn't eternal dimension. There is a spiritual dimension. You gotta come to some kind of reconciliation with that that in your own life what are the ramifications for that and that's something that people have been dealing with for centuries millennia is is what are the ramifications. You know again <hes> you you know. The bible says it got us. Put eternity in our hearts. I mean that that means you know from ever lasting never lasting kind of thing. There's something bigger inside of you. That exists so so if you try if you're talking spiritual physical realms are those different dimensions saul in the same the i've said this before i jennings writings and i've talked about it. I'm a tracheotomy in that. I think that were made up of three distinct parts. Okay so i feel like there is there is there is soul in their spirit. Your body of course is that mobile the home. It's the thing carrying your stuff around. It is actually the least big part of you. Your case steve literally a mobile home. It's a suitcase. You're carrying your <unk> stuff off of it the next level which is bigger than your body level because let's face it. The body is finite. The body is what it is. It has its narrow dimensions one day. It will pass away. Stop working and then he's going to turn into dirt and dust and whatever in so but let's take let's take you then you move to the level of the soul art. Your soul is what i would consider your mind. Your will your emotions your volition your ability to make choices. It's a little bit bigger because your mind is expanded bigger. You'd think bigger than your own physical limitations which is your body and then go further than that is is your spiritual person person and that goes back to what i believe we were talking about shakespeare said because that spirit person inside that place that you relate to god because in genesis you know i was listening to larry the cable. Guy's weekly round up the other day and he's always talking about. He's like you either because he's talking about climate change right and if you're not on you need to watch it on he mentioned in me on the show the other day so i give him a shout out to if you have sirius x._m. On fridays you need to listen to his three hours basically podcast but it's on sirius x._m. And they they awesome real issues on this. It's fun. It's funny but it's informative so they're talking about climate change and he brings some good people on there to talk about it but he said you either believe in genesis one through the three or you don't okay if you believe in in essence he saying either. There's a creator there's not a creator because they were talking about climate change and things like that well in genesis genesis it says in genesis to believe it says that the god came walking in the genesis three god came walking in the cool of the day <hes> to visit with adam an eve okay in that in that <hes> we let me backup it says he breathed into him the breath of life when he when he became a living being saying that <hes> breath of life he became a living being a kayak enough fish is the hebrew there it talks about a life soul role so so he breathed into his soul his mind will and emotions life okay he had a body and then he breathed in him the breath of life the n._f._l. Breathed into his soul he became a life to seoul and then it says he would come walking in the cool of the day because after they'd send they had hidden themselves that says that god came to the garden walking in the cool of the day he was literally coming to relate to them to commune with them to disciple them to mentor them to teach them god was interacting with them but now there was a separation why because zor spirit had been broken their spirit had died because of the sin and so got so here it was their bodies. Their souls all had life their spirits. It's had life until they sin and then god could that ability to relate to god in the spirit was gone so guess what their spirits died spiritually speaking speaking their souls and their body began to die at the same time. Do they die immediately no but their minds became corrupted look at men today minds did did their choices became corrupted they couldn't they. They chased after sin rather than righteousness their <hes> their hearts became corrupted. They thought about the pursued evil rather than goodness nisa so you say and then ultimately the body decomposes as well so that's the way i look at it. That's why i'm a truck columnist. I believe i believe there's three parts to us. There is so it what level level do you do. You relate to that other dimension. I think is in that spiritual level there you go and now we've put everybody to sleep there. We have sunday school lower on the chad prager show and i'm drinking whisky. Sundays was always missing that would have made like you could have gotten so many more people to sunday school right in real one real one did jesus style went to church in the wife the first time they were having bingo night and they had a cake. I was like i'm catholic. I that is historically been one of the big one of the biggest problems besides besides pedophilia where the catholic church has been has been alcoholic alcoholism too. I wouldn't doubt it yeah yeah so what did she got canned. And how does all this stuff always turned into the spiritual. Don't know who's driving the ship mark dimension but that's i mean i mean. I don't know where ned sanders came from back here. He came from some dimension game hanging back. There does the motion of amazon quick question about that what what if we discover aliens at some point and <hes> they are senlis. They haven't fallen then what good for them. Maybe that's why they left here when they got here. Here's what i want to say. Don't move in there because you're go up twenty five thirty seven seriously so there you go. Don't don't mess with that all right. I found one of metro jason shirts at my house and now i'm concerned won't show jason just came in the studio here metro. I'm like who's t-shirt. Is this my draw j. j. J. said well it could be their shelter. Jason's and i'm like what the hell's going on. I only wear snap pro cert yeah jason. We gotta talk now seriously. Y'all have fun ever mama happy. Whatever happy i'm good with it. Ooh don't remember because it was dark here calling somebody's mind. I was finished with three minutes. Yeah you gotta go gotta go. You gotta go next question. We got a new bed. How do you like it over the house. Yeah let me call my wife. Get her on the phone. She's at lunch. She went to a lunch meeting. I'm going to get her on the phone. Let's call her up this call jay <hes> yeah yeah put her on speakerphone so we can all hear my mother. My mother hates when we do that on the pie rate now j.d mom there. She was caller since she answered. If your mom's going to answer no this is jane. You have jade lychees mall yeah. There's a reason what are you doing lunch. Still okay good. We're podcasting and you're on so here's what i wanna. I wanna talk about the fact that i found jason's t-shirt at in in our house and yes yes sean under the bus to but but so i was telling them in so he just walked in the studio and he said well why i said we got a new bed. How do you like like it he said why do you think i was late and all i said as long as mama's happy. That's that's all that matters. Gosh no well. Apparently you're have your boyfriends. Have your boyfriends take their clothing living home with them. Okay collecting their clothing. When you're on the road with a more y'all doing on the road but each other you know what what happens on the road stays on the road. It stays at our veterans apparently not only not because now we're talking about it to the entire world on the breakers you around and talk about it. You're dirty woman dirty woman all right so there you you go there. You have it. Everybody thinks jade so sweet. Thank god she didn't answer the phone by saying something like just knocked over the bank we talked about this morning rested j. j. She's risk-averse candy okay. Should we have the right to choose. Choose death for ourselves like you know like assisted suicide consents. I think it's a slippery slope but yeah at any time during life yeah not just like if not just if you were criminal ler yeah not just if you were terminally ill should there be certain requirements. That's tough because then you get into mental illness. I mean okay like okay. Let's say one of your loved ones wanted to end their life. They're gonna do it they. They've made them. I mean because let's face it. Some people talk about it because they don't want to and some people do things like take a handful of pills dell's and they're hoping to be saved. It's a cry for help. They don't really wanna die. I've heard testimony of people who jumped off a bridge. As soon as they jumped off the bridge. They lived they. They lived didn't kill him but they jump off the bridge. Say the golden gate san francisco and they said immediately as soon as i jumped. I regretted it. I knew i'd made a mistake <hes> but then there's people who are defiantly going to kill themselves. They are going to kill themselves. They made up their mind boom. They're going to do it. I i would much rather know that someone went and someone administered that to them. Is it right. I don't know i don't know i'm just saying something i would do that. I'd rather do that than they walk home. Walk in the bathroom and find him hanging from a belt or having blown their brains all over the bathtub. If there was a place that they could go you put some money in a vending machine appeal. Go lay down go to their special room. Take the pill and lay down. You've thought this i mean now thinking about this on the fly. Just thinking i'm thinking about. I'm thinking through it because i'm like okay. So what is the deal. Is it morally right now. No of course not <hes> again. Go back to life being precious. Is it morally right now. So to that degree i would have a hard time like if there was legislation on the table to be able to do that kansas i wouldn't. I wouldn't agree with it because i think it's too slippery of a slope that you get into and also worry about. Even if it's a person who's sick or ill or old or whatever i have a problem with that although i think they should have that choice is it has to be highly regulated but again you're asking the government. It'd be involved in your life. And at what point in time did they take over and start saying okay. We deemed you want worthy of life. Now we gotta make room for everybody else and we're going to get rid of you. You know so now. Euthanasia becomes a major deal but but at the same time the compassion side of me says you know what screw screw if i if i got in terminal cancer got four months to live and i don't wanna go through our lunchroom lady our lunchroom lady back in high school she was a sweetheart she she was there for years and years and years and years in our high school back brothers were there. Everybody knew her shoes. She always does all the games baseball basketball volvo everybody loved her you know and she got a very painful cancer and she'd seen her husband with cancer and she just didn't want to go through that pain so she shot herself off as a sad sad thing and <hes> you know i look at a situation like that and i think it should be an easier way. Yeah i wish that there had been something that that was that was more merciful in that regard but one story. I've known a lotta people like that. Don't you think though that people can find i mean maybe not people who are legally hospice care but like you could find an easier way or a less messy or tragic way to do. I think that when somebody makes up their mind to to kill themselves. I think they're so out of their right mind. I don't think that that level of logic comes into it. Now you're probably right but then you have like sorry you have suicide tourists who travel aw out of the country to do assisted euthanasia and it's people who are terminally ill and there was a documentary that i saw there's a whole process where they have to actually be healthy enough to be able to drink the concoction themselves on a video camera. No one can help socrates no one we can help them with the straw. They have to drink it all themselves and then when they pass away the company turns over the video tape to the police department well. Let's kind of like you know doctor kevorkian working didn't he set all his stuff up and then they had to be the ones to well. You know the button or something or what it was. I mean that's why oregon has oregon you. You can do assisted suicide in oregon and the soil article about girl u._k. She was a teenager she was sixteen years old and she had mental issues and she had she went through <hes> fiscal issues as well but she got the point where she said i'm going to kill myself and she had to go to court and her parents hamas like okay. I notice is bothering you. She was <hes> <hes> this <hes> balik and she just had she just had issues and she had mental issues and she went through the whole process and sixty years. She says i'm gonna kill myself at this age this time and she he went on her. Last podcastone intimate posted like i'm gonna say goodbye to earth 'cause i don't belong here in. She killed herself and i'm gonna miss her. Announce it but that's you you know the point where she wasn't. She wasn't northern termoli wrong with her. She just felt that she didn't wanna live anymore so she said okay. I'm gonna kill myself and in the u._k. I guess you're lots of do that. That's that's where it's little yeah. There should be no question that it shouldn't be illegal for minors. Definitely that's weird there but a person you know like i said going through stage four doing look through that process us canada beaten. I don't have it. Thank god but you don't know what's going to happen to. You and you don't know what that process. Pain is going to go through to live. Do you live through that pins. Make sure your kids see it and make sure the medical bills off. I mean damn at i would be. We would be remiss if we didn't at this stage in the game. A lot of people watch this podcast. If you have those thoughts get help. Call hotline talked somebody get the help you need 'cause 'cause. It's very real. I get messages passages. Almost on the daily of people saying either their life was saved because they watch something that we put out or you know. They're on their last leg. What do i do this. Suggest it so some of those craft help. Some of those are genuine and i'm just saying you gotta get the kind of help. Did you get i'm not the guy that's going to give it to you. I can't i'm not qualified for that. <hes> alan courage and i'm encouraging you now. I do the same thing all the time. I said you gotta keep your head up. You gotta keep moving forward. You've got to keep taking those steps because like i've said over and over again. If you feel like you're at rock-bottom their success and failure both impostors right so you could take you can lose success. You can lose failure same thing you could beat both of them the one you'd like to keep one. You like to get rid of but you know what both of them are just as phony. We've been very fortunate <unk> the guest we have had on that we're able to you know reference because i get some on my messages to sometimes like that and i'm able to have a reference to see too. Well eat a studio twenty two. We have different reasons for colin studio twenty two but of course we remind ourselves there twenty two veterans every day that have taken their own laws. These things should not be zero and <hes> you know life is valuable. Life's work thanks <hes> and and that's why i say should somebody in a certain scenario. Should they have that right in your life. I i tend to think that i guess that's the libertarian in me that says i yeah but when you start regulating against dangerous slippery slope so anyway one more candidates in the room again yeah they you know what you're the reason in today's lifting and positive in you got once you know you take them as they come stephen party fail. Is it possible possible to live a normal life and never tell ally think about it pass is. Is it possible now. I don't think so i mean white lies never heard anybody. It's normal life. That's what i would have to ask you. What do you mean by a white lie. I mean in fact. I might be like what am i kiss your logic comics. Yes it is the kid says. Is there candy and i say no. There's no more candy. I don't need somebody saying but this candidate. They're you're lying. Your kid could use on say yes. There is but you can't have too much. She's she's at a age. She's talking back and i don't like to talk. I'm just joking and my kids. Jesus live a normal life. He didn't lie did he. He also didn't have kids gandhi but got a bunch of fishermen who were just as childish so there was you know he had to deal with a bunch of you. Know dirty cuss aman so that was you know the way that ah i know people that are they're liars by nature. Just they just talk and everything you can't help but li- yeah they can't help it. I know people like that to the <hes> one. Sometimes i think we lie to protect someone else more than we're you know <hes> protecting ourselves more trying to protect someone else. Versus don't laws to protect myself. Oh well. That's fun next. That's fuss. Let's go. I love digging into the meat of y'all psyche. Here is just scary is what it is scary. Just 'cause y'all are bunch of liars. I got a lotta protect. Sometimes kids diabetic okay. Let's look at it like this. Let's say you're in the middle of the holocaust ed year. They're exterminating jews round up jews and you're you're pulling a you know you've got a hidden space underneath you know the whatever the house and you're putting them in there and the nazis come to the door. Are you harboring jews here. You lie about it. Is that a lie or you protecting you. Protecting human life has he. I don't think that's a lie. It's a deception but it's not you're not. You're protecting human life. I mean a beautiful life. He'd lied his kid the whole time and he was in the concentration camp to make sure that he didn't realize what i mean. So you're protecting other people. I mean there's an element. I don't think that's lying untrue. It's deceptive deceptive thing but you're doing it for righteous purposes. You know what jennings just over with joyce. I you were just talking about the nazis coming to your door and asked about the jews and in my head i'm i'm hearing christoph waltz from inglorious bastards like now you're telling me alive. I oh you're telling me is it's coming out of. Your mouth does a terrible christoph waltz also. I thought i had a good one. It wasn't bad news a little work a work zone. It was mainly to bring you down ally he. We just need a lot of somebody for their self esteem horrible off waltz it was it was bad. If you're if you're help lie this has a purpose has to be deceitful or the purpose to hurt someone else okay so so first of all. Let's let's call it. Whatever the the religious term. I'm sam okay. There are consequences to sins that we commit some worse than others therefore some things are worse than others it murder murder is going to be way more consequential than ally ally is going to be more consequential than say covetousness or pride or gluttony now. Gluttony gluttony has ramifications to you. <hes> pride has ramifications to me but but pride can have pride and you know it doesn't affect you necessarily early emanate unless it got rampantly out of control in my vanity is causing us some form of harm. That's that but but you'd still rather deal with that than murder you rather me be prideful and and condescending then murder you so you have to look at that in terms of telling untruths as well. I mean there's there's it's just it's a different deal to different an animal altogether because the consequences are righteous when that scenario versus something that's being done to someone's detriment got me can can you live normal life like that depends on what you again. That's why i go back to my original point. How do you define normal life. What is that so you know like when we embellish stories. It's about a situation or something or not. You're lying. We're kind of you know. Bolstering a little bit with a little false is that lying is embellishment. The it's a loss of for immanuel kant would say so i think when i say that and and that embellishment is a half truth for a whole truth is an untruth yeah but if i say even if you're telling a half truth half truth for a whole truth is an untruth. It's not a truth. It's it's you can't you can't just tell somebody half a something and leave something back or even make something bigger or a or a bigger idea of the truth for the real. Truth is an untruth as well to your point so you know i'm with you sean i i. I'm one of those guys who you know. I try to be a straightforward forward as possible with with my personal relationships at and it bothers me when i know i'm not like sometimes it bothers you brutal <music> honest in there and so you know you want to tell the truth and when you don't tell the truth or you feel like you're being deceptive if it doesn't feel good it doesn't feel good when you do that. I think if it starts to feel good or it doesn't bother you the problem you got a problem and the worst part of it and it's true it's true <hes> adage here in that is that is if you lie you got tell more lies to cover up the lie in how many times we been caught in that now you're living complete lifestyle of deception and i'm not talking about pathological liars. I'm talking about just covering up covering up covering up with lies and that's that's that eventually that wears on you in a big big way so so that in a normal life anyway. What else ain't normal what you know. I'm not normal claim to be uh-huh stat house jason dammit i mean you've got cameras right uh-huh. Oh boy have mercy all right. So what do you call it willy willey. I quit right now. That's it i'm done. I'm out of here for ned sanders. The younger brother of bernie sanders hanging out in the other dimension engine party fouls happy camper socks the camper jennings and buji sean metro off the camera jason and of course the puppet master mark sitting over over there and candy see the queen of the always living keeping us in the theory around where we can bring to you are ver our truth as oprah would say say is pretty much a lot of b._s. So i love y'all god. Let's go to wash dot com. Check us out on tour. We're coming your way. Hey come find us in calgary albery on the twenty eighth of august. We're going to be in calgary gonna stay for a couple of days going to hang up their enjoy. Some cooler weather but tickets are still available but they're going fast sell so at sucker out. We'll do to show how 'bout that so go to watch dot. Com get the details and then go to blaze t._v. Dot com slash humor use promo code chad sign up for the blaze and get it year round love. Y'all god bless talk to you next time bye.

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Ep 248 | The Hypocrisy of Joe Biden! | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 248 | The Hypocrisy of Joe Biden! | The Chad Prather Show

"The Chad prager show is sponsored by express. Vpn You have a right to privacy protected at express VPN DOT com slash. Watch Chad off ears party Tom. Welcome to another episode Chad. Prager show here in the mothership. Which Studio Twenty Two? We got full House today. We're GONNA have a lot of fun we're GONNA have some opinions about some opinions. My good buddy. Tim Young is here. And we're going to talk to him and look over here party fouls Pu- put your phone down Steve. Like you're old TV. Or something I was working my God dude. I know trust me I know. There's one reason Steve on the show anymore that's to promote his other stuff. Yeah Would you please keep an eye on him? He's not working. I trust me. I know I know even when he's quote Unquote Working Mongoloid. We're this is what you get votes young. You're googling. Are you really googling me? Listen it's a matter of time a matter of time before she'll be asking your address and looking you up on Google Matt. Yeah okay. What happens whenever guests come on this show? Natalie likes to find out where they live and look at their house. What's happening? I don't have any? I don't own property there. Yeah not an adult. What are you GONNA do now? Well he has friends they yes. This is my attorney the corner. Yeah Gosh Fine. Let's bring it back to the audience at large Steve. Instead of having your own little party over there boozy Sean is in the house. I'm trusting you at this point because these two morons are gonNA have to be separated. This is insane. I want to be in the middle now because this is like the kids over here eight is. It's like sitting at a table now. Reverse OREO puppetmaster. Mark the queen of the Ethiopians. I then I think we're taking the show just to me. I think this is what we're going to be made in. The studio will give this side alley study. I'll take the little house on the prairie over here. Okay she can have studio twenty two at the whisky and in the dead animals and everything that screams alley stuck. She's doing yeah one hundred percent. She's in Buffalo Buffalo's bad ass that's our Omar Mighty Heaton former host. Tv WE CALL IT mighty heating after Andrew Heating. Anyway big. Show in store for you guys. Today we're going to do opinions on opinions because let's face it. There's so much crap as being spouted out there in the news media at this stage in the game it is all because let's face it when it comes to journalistic objectivity if I read a news story or listened to a news story if at the end of it I know what you support or whose side you're on that's not journalism so at this stage in the game. You can't watch any mainstream news outlet without hearing somebody's bias and therefore we don't have journalism anymore. We're GONNA talk about that. Tim's going to weigh in on that because he's got tons of things to say about that because now I'll tell you his biography in a minute but you guys have got to understand something. We are in the middle of a situation. Sean where nobody knows what the hell is going on. I don't care if it's corona virus. I don't care if it's geopolitical stuff. We don't know what's going on with China. We don't have Kim. Jong UN is dead or alive at this stage in the game We have no clue none whatsoever. Kim Jong Lives Eternal in my heart. Eternally right here here. Like he's like not dear leader he is what does he supreme leader. Supreme Leader. Right here guy who eats much cheese? You have to go to the hospital or any point in your life. That's my kind of guy I'm for it. I mean the suppression people and stuff too. I'd be I'd be a terrible thing. I mean who wants people talking bad about you? Lock them up right. I mean that's like you execute them. I'd be a terrible. Yeah we'll get into that. 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Yeah I like it. I like when I turn on David Webb or willpower. Or whatever I hear your voice and you tweet about a two so you actually do listen. That's not like a BS saying for. Yeah I lied guests all the time I act like I've read their shed and whatever you know. We'll cows accused me of that before. He's like come on dude. You're not listening. I love listening to Wilco. I love it when he lists. I one time. Yeah that was at that time you never wanna back after that. No actually we'll probably the hardest guy on Patriot. I don't think the guy ever takes a day off. Now he gets after it nude superbeets he also. He also has the biggest collection of a fan boy and he has the biggest collection of signed albums of anybody that serious. He's known for it. So he like maps out and stocks. People that come into Sirius. Xm and goes down and get their autographs. It's an amazing collection. But it's a little weird for like an old guy to go get autographs from GAM it. Yeah and I've known that about him. He's a big time music fan. Oh Yeah Right. And so. He'll he'll talk music history and stuff like that with the guys his brains like an encyclopedia anyway. No he's he's a genius but I just think it's weird get autographs from like people younger than you at some point right like when you go to baseball games. I was a big mets fan. Nothing needs to know David Wright signature and and like about the third or fourth time. I got it because I'm a nerd as well. I'm like wait students like ten years younger than me like this so I didn't know that that was a prerequisite. Don't get autographs from anybody younger than it's creepy isn't it? Yeah I'm never been an autograph person anyway. It never really crossed my mind and then I give them and not like a female celebrity. Like if I get like a female celebrity autograph that's weird like I should be banned like my age and you have a great beard to the way I've looked at that is to me since we all carry phones with us. All the time like the picture is the autograph or just proof that I was with you and I say that because I've got good friends that I won't name who used to sell. Nfl stuff and NBA stuff on ebay. And they would copy the signature like they might have had one picture of Herschel Walker nine and a football and then they would they would go back in and copy the deal settled on Ebay as you're like it was authentic and crime crime repented of their ways as best. I can tell they don't do that anymore so I never trusted the Glenn Beck. Her does that. That's over this building facing that. Your Business will think Herschel. Walker might be standing in his office Rtd to in there he stole that Beck stole that. So who knows? Beck's collector he's got he's got George Washington's hair or so we're told George Washington's hair could be earl Johnson that you know worked down the street in Mount Vernon by. I don't know how would you know? I don't know Tiger Kings say I've got tiger hair. I just assume it's from their employees. They just cut their hair and then they put a little jar and then they said I want you to Tiger King Park. That is still open. I think most of the meth. They use their most of the hair out and then they just put it in a jar off and they say that it's a tiger so you just a little cross country trip Dan. You you've mentioned you went to the Tiger King Park Gw. Yeah what were you doing going cross country so I was doing a report for The Washington Times? I went from Austin all the way up to my not North Dakota. That's about ninety minutes that I don't think anything says that there. You probably just came up with their their slogan because there aren't a lot of people they're meeting with small business owners. I dropped in about fifteen fifteen. To seventeen towns met with small business owners talking about the effects of cove in nineteen and getting shut down. I mean you you take a look at like a county like city South Dakota supposed to be open. Rapid City passed a local ordinance that shutdown. Well the city itself and that county had twelve total cases. Ten recovered one. I mean is that worth shutting down every business in the in the city right answers no obviously and So I went and met with business owners up and down and I have a very very probably one of the most serious pieces I ever wrote for The Washington Times coming out talking about the effects of this. And how how often is these businesses? It is it is off awful in my assumption. Is that what that's what you found in talking to these people. Yeah there's only one person who thought things shouldn't be opened up and it was this crazy lady and temple. She worked at a a liquor store and she had a clear shower curtain hanging from the ceiling in front of her and she said all the deaths were spiking. And I go with the death spiking. God-like here this is where she's like. Yeah we had to in the past two weeks and I. Wow that is like about flattening the curve and IT W- it. You're not look and the worst thing is is like people take and be like you. You want people to die. Yeah my God you want people and it's like I don't want people to die but like on the same hand from Colvin on the same hand. How many people are depressed? How many people can't get food? How many people can't afford any other bills in the entire county? I think in that county in temple it was like three hundred forty thousand people in two deaths two deaths. I mean yeah this is crazy Eddie. Did you start looking at the numbers of how many people died of other things out of a heart attack seconds? Yeah we'll think about all the elective surgeries so people were allowed to get elective surgeries right. Now and those their elective. Two months ago they become necessary now like and there are people. There's I have not seen articles in America. The talk about this but Got Hating serious. Who go but but there's been an article I think thirty five people died of heart complications. That they they should have had elective surgeries four already in just one area Canada or something like that that has to be happening across the United States right now. We're just not hearing. You're talking about boob jobs as an elective surgery. We'll see people people it's important. It isn't well. Wow jobs jobs I had to yesterday because you always say some pretty funny one liners that we just skim over. Because you're a woman and you said women aren't funny chat and they're they're really small brains. I was it was it was. That's why they get bigger boobs. That's why they have to get the bigger boobs because it's compensation for the brands while we drive bigger trucks bigger vehicles. So the back right now. You said something really funny yesterday. And we glossed over. I was listening back to the show and I texted you and I said that was really funny. I'm sorry that I was not paying attention to anything coming out of your mouth at the problem. Is that things when they come out of. My mouth are irrelevant at the point at the time. So you will. It wasn't because it was really a funny line because we were talking about the deficiencies in Vitamin D and how that can contribute to co vid death and mortality and said. I'm getting a lot of Vitamin Act. That's a penis reference Venus forever there was a cotton it was purely from. Yeah you're smart. I'm good at this see. I totally missed it. I had to hear her. Say it twice she. She said it twice well nothing worse than having to repeat a a one liner those. I like the joker like that. That's when it gets bad laughing in between I'm not a comedian trade as you obviously can tell drop some pretty funny ones though you guys are so. I certainly have respect. We're being serious like I think this. Whole covert thing is a farce. I think the whole thing is a farce. I'm not saying people. It's not real. That people aren't dying from it that it doesn't exist. I'm saying all of the stuff around it surrounding it is in that There's there's powers at play. Oh then that. Just don't make sense. Well Bill Gates he makes he's not gonNA. Scientists has nothing to do with that community. That's literally the same criticisms that they have about Donald Trump. Donald trump talks about it. Which is what I love their doctor. Why would you listen to him? By the way Bill Gates says that we should all have vaccines right like I said well. That's exactly right and the differences Bill Gates and that's another point. He's not an elected official. He's not an elected official whereas this I mean he's rich so you can listen to it because he's rich. I guess I that Nerd ain't pumping no crap into me. No you played me. No I think this is just me. Think but a drink while you're thinking you. I think that they want everybody on the planet to get corona virus. So there's a demand for the vaccine and guys like Tony Vilocci make hundreds of billions of dollars which which if you're eighty years old. I don't know what you're GonNa do you think if you get it? You get the antibodies for it. You don't get it again so theoretically I think the idea is the marketing behind it. So and right now. I think most of America thinks number one that when you get it you automatically die. I think that's that's why people were staying in their. How trade like? They think that everything is coming to an end. And that's why people are wearing masks like going for jogs wearing a mask. Going for Jaguar. Yourself that makes no sense. You're only wearing a mask if you have it to not not spread it to someone else. It's not stopping things from coming in unless it's an ninety five mask which by the way. I wore one yesterday time. It's the worst. That's limited to know all the propaganda behind it so you know if you scary everyone a death you can do many many things I mean. Take a look at like San Diego. Let's talk about just the government controlling the situation. Ciego now has the San Diego County. San Diego City is run by Republicans. They don't like it. They're fighting. This has an indefinite stay home order. Why the Hell would you have that? Their numbers have not spiked. Their numbers are going down. Everything has worked and and people are going along with this in calling calling the police on their neighbors and whatnot because they think that this is a death sentence. It's that's where you're GonNa push the vaccine and that's where everybody's GonNa go is because they will line up in fear it's crazy and touching my a deal for covered. Then they can threaten you with the next thing that comes along and now they know they can exactly. They've learned every week spot on that. I mean just like Oregon now has extended their deal until the sixth of July. Yeah which doesn't make any sense at all nope so anyway. Hang on hang tight. We're GONNA COME BACK WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA blow your mind. More stuff's don't go anywhere you sit down with my buddy tim young. Who's hanging out? He's been all across the country being important stuff now in I'll tell you. Are you doing any comedy all been serious lately? Honestly I'm doing prior to you. Know I just got picked up by the parlor APP. I'm GonNa have my is going to be over. There called was a week and I gonNa Make Fun of everything that's been going on in the news for the week. Seems Pretty Self Explanatory? How are you going to be set up on parlors? There will be video video cool so start that tomorrow. I have to give that film and you can come from anywhere in the country. That's cool and I'm GONNA keep traveling for a little bit. It looks like after this. I'm staying in Dallas for about two weeks and then I'm going up to Minneapolis and I'm GonNa take the cross country train over to Portland and probably GonNa shut you down. Now I'm media is essential essential. Yeah I'm actually cover the stuff. I really want to go to the drive in. Strip club in Portland driving. Strip club right. Now you wait for your food and they dance socially distance away from you know you sit in your car. Jesus is snow. They should do that anyway. That will be like a good takeout just on the side of their remained business with the escort. I mean we have a car wash surplus right on the other side of it after you drive through and they used to have that ride at Disney world that you got on it like a submarine went down under the water but you were like on underground or underwater. Yes yeah under the League's under Twenty Thousand Leagues. Yeah right and like I feel like that could be like a strip club like the Strip club. The ride you get on there and you're like in a little tube and it just at the very end it's like the weirdest chip and rear off real cycle rally bad and then unexplainable rashes. Please don't off. I didn't sign up for dudes one of those. Pick your adventure books. Which track do you WANNA take? I'M GONNA Sodom. Oh they do here. Whoa my wife No. There's dudes that's crazy. Speaking of crazy stays those. Jeff bezos. He wants to build a Dystopia United States Amazon. You realize how much. Jeff bezos is worth my cat. Three hundred thirty five million number one hundred forty. What one hundred forty billion forty money? You don't know what you do with that much money. Have you seen a super yacht? I mean I just have fordham just because I mean yeah. I would think that nothing would have any value. I agree if you can just afford anything. I I won't say who but I dated a billionaire once okay and she had no rules growing up. I'll tell you after the show. She was a real treat. She was a real treat. When you have all the money in the world and no rules yeah and stop you because of course everybody in town knew who she was and her family and so it was probably the most insane. I'd say month and a half. I couldn't handle it that I've ever had in order to get even with me. She dumped me And she went to again back to the mets thing She went to the world series. The mets were in that year. I took a picture from the owner's box and they lost. Hey that true yeah. Which one was the Yankees mets? Or the royals mets. I think it was Yankees Matt out whenever you whenever you guys going to date. Did you feel pressured obligated to pay for the first time you did but I would say like hey. Xyz LEGO set. And I would add up with the entire series Nice. It was. It was a great run. Mice see on the fourth grade. People getting folks younger Lego Toys. It's fine like an Aston Martin. He's a Lego set. Bad I should have asked for cars or he'll have to last longer than a month and a half she started going. She went through every female on my facebook. Page and questioned me about every female about number six was when I was like is dislike. You're married see that's the thing because you go out on the first date and you buy steak sandwiches at the Western sizzling under that. I'm thinking that her like her tastes are a little bit more sophisticated. She's like you know what I got this from now on. Lines Vegas for dinner tonight if you ever. Have you ever dated anybody like I dated someone? Whose FATHER was famous. Okay and then but if you date somebody that's comes from a wealthy family. That's tough. Yeah that that girl. She's not heard no lot. No not at all and and I mean I don't WanNa get into details of it but there were very. There was very little guidance as a child as well yeah just a lot of money raised by the Nannies. Yeah turn out to be a great person. I'm not agree personnel. An important difference. Where are you going to be accepted by the family at this you are? They didn't Republican though. But I bet you they lived conservative though. Give it did. Have you ever known really rich people? That live liberal. They gave all their stuff away and now head bleeding-heart Satan. They talk about it though. A lot about it and my favorite is when wealthy people especially famous people set up charities so that poor people can give them money to give to other people rather than them give their own money to now. It's like I didn't give him money smart. And then and then you funnel all of your property through that. It's a scheme right. You don't pay taxes. Anyway that's a whole nother. That's a whole humor. Phases said he could buy every top football team the top three European soccer teams plus every team where they give each other. Parkinson's never mind and still have the cabbage to buy Viacom. Cbs and take his day to paramount movie premieres and style after purchasing a Ferrari. You've got it reading. Yeah I well. I'm trying to make sense. He was his come came out and said that they needed. They needed help to help their employees. I can GonNa start a charity and then got pushback. It's like your accent people from Amazon Amazon's ask people send them money so they can play the employees. It's like and that's the point I was getting to on this. Because that's what they go to it and send him money almost daily. Yes we all do yet basis. I did late last night early this morning. You posted about it. You said there. They ought to have like a cut off right now after ten pm because of drying buying stuff when you're drunk so you're drunk after ten pm every single night. You don't want to be on spending money some stupid well. I love it because you never know what's GonNa show up like a box restless. I got I got to beat. My friends said I stopped by Bismarck. North Dakota where part of the reviewer program and they just get free stuff like Amazon just sends himself and not like like junk. They sent them like chairs. Beds like anything. Tv's computer there are people that are just they get. They would come out in the morning and they would have a whole box full of stuff. They had no idea what they were getting from the Amazon Review for awesome. And it's like basically getting backpack do it after said that the presence of the wrong human being party foul is a scavenger review. Party that serious. I've seen I've seen Steve Walk. Around this studio look in the trash going. That's pretty good two by four. It's one of the more. Yeah but it's solid man. Came fine stuff. That's worth something. I go down that road. You don't know what kind of movie paraphernalia and the junk in the trash around here the tour. I'll give you the tour when we're done. It's if you've ever been in this building. Yeah yeah there's work for the place and then dodged on Steve. Still for them twice. Talk three times this but that's the thing basis just increased. He wants credit for increasing their deal from from Fifteen dollars to seventeen dollars because I gave them a two dollar hazard pay raise. But that's temporary as soon as all this stuff settles down. It's going back fifteen bucks go back down It's hard to take money away. Once you give it the they. I think they would run into a little bit about Amazon. Hired like one hundred thousand people and then we're hiring another seventy five thousand through this whole process but what what is happening is people are getting more and more use to online buying even more so so it's going to be a lot easier to keep doing it. Yeah you know about taking that money down like if you see where these Amazon warehouses are. They're not necessarily always a good part of the country and people may not have an for another job so if they take that two bucks back. This folks are screwed. Yeah I mean that's that's just the just one over here. This is the film film over here. Not on not on Southlake non-south now baby now so like I was on late last night and I was looking on Amazon because you can't really go shopping. Mother's Day coming up you know and If my wife happens to listen or watch this particular episode you still have nothing coming But I was looking at Amazon. Save I need to order something? I wound up on stuff for me about Sean. I bought a camera that I could talk through Outside like I have cameras around the house but I can't talk through it so I bought a camera just so I could talk to the dogs till the dogs shut up just to tell dogs to shut up you know killers killers. Oh my gosh space property that I'll google something to ask. Oh no I just wanted to know what the White House quoted yesterday all they quoted. I wrote an article on We'll send you the link. Yeah I'll send you the link it's on West wing raids They quoted article. I I wrote about Donald Trump giving it giving the power to the states to reopen. And I said that's a good before. And they they quoted just that piece and if you read the entire article. The entire article is if Democrats don't open soon. They're going to convert voters to Republican. So like I think a lot of. I think we're GONNA have a lot of red voters and a lot of areas where they didn't think they were gonna be read voter so there's an opinion piece here. We got a couple of minutes let's talk about. It says Republicans. Who Do you think is bailing out your state in a basically break it down to save Read part of this. That says the Blue States are bailing out. The Red States are they. I don't know that it says some against an opinion piece. Some of the trump administration of suggested that withholding aid is a great way to pressure states to reopen sooner than later Says some Republicans are presenting the issue as a partisan clash even question morality chief among them as Mitch McConnell? There's not going to be any desire on the Republican side to bail out state. Pensions by borrowing money from future generations. He suggested rather than receiving additional AIDS states should be allowed to declare bankruptcy Of the twenty states with the most favorable balance of payments a handful that most are blue for every dollar in federal taxes it pays New York receives ninety one cents in return behind only Connecticut which receives eighty four cents for each dollar. New Jersey Massachusetts received ninety cents per dollar Mr McConnell's home state of Kentucky by contrast rakes in two dollars and forty one cents for every tax dollar. It sends Washington. Yeah so in other words. Kentucky is being subsidized by Blue States. Like New York New Jersey interesting Eddie Betty into what I think about this is I don't know I mean I stopped at New York Times. I where this is good about throwing New York Times at me and I'm like well the New York Times said it. I didn't know you had a liberal. That works lived closeted so weird deal whereas as opposed to like where I am when I when I do. Tv in New York God in in DC where I live anymore TV in. I'm like the only conservative in the entire building. When I go in I mean you should see when things come down when like trump thinks. It's really fun to hear people's opinions when they're not on air and then. Oh Yeah I can only imagine that doesn't change right. That's all I can say all right. We'll talk more about it. We'll come right back You think we should be allowed to mail in ballots. Hell no I understand. I understand you know if you if you absolutely can't vote. You know in person you have to be out of state or whatever like that teabag. Yeah Yeah but No Hell No. And the fact that Hillary Clinton is the number one proponent of this like you're like okay you're up to something that ought to tell you where where was this. Twenty sixteen was nowhere to be found in two thousand sixteen. Yeah anything anything. When it comes to elections and voting in Hillary Clinton's got anything to do with it like that deal. They had an Iowa the ballot machines that were there that came from her former campaigners. Or whatever and it's like Oh my God anything anything to do. He's a very honest person. Who's a little bit more about Hillary in a second? But you know people are saying that a lot of folks are saying that we should never have to vote in person again people who wanNA cheat. Think that it's it's only Democrats one hundred percent. We just googled. I did not find this but it was Brenda snipes in Florida. Who showed up and had trunks trunks full of high found. These what are we. What are we doing with these? I mean the whole the whole thing. I do you like paper. Ballots or computer ballots paper ballots to see we still use those here in Texas. We take the paper and slotted in the low slot. Somebody's gotta get. This show was like from like two thousand. It would be called hanging with Chad exactly Yeah I'm a bulging Chad. But that's another story but that's the whole deal. Is the low voter turnout. That's what they're trying to do. In my argument there's always been and people don't understand a lot of times. Is you go over to your elderly grandparents house right. And there's their ballots sitting on the counter and they're like I need to vote nowhere. Grandma I'll take care of that for you Joe Biden. You're trump. That's what somebody has to do with Joe Biden's balance exactly the process. That's the gays right. Yeah I mean there's too much for that and then you know somebody steals a big old bucket. Ballots fills mount sends them in his. Name's Brennan Tonight. It's going to happen. I mean say what can happen. Well it happens. I mean the big question again and I said it's kind of like passively earlier as if this was such an important thing. Why didn't Hillary? Push it in two thousand sixteen when she thought she could win. Yeah it's obviously done because they know they're going to lose this time around. I tweeted lanced night about. I said the poll. You need correct me here. I because I this is not a poll but show me where I'm wrong. Donald Trump has seventy nine million twitter followers. Joe Biden has five million. That right there. Oughta tell you a lot. Donald Trump knows what twitter is survive. I think Jill Biden tweets for Joe. You think so yeah. It Ain't joke goes to so. She goes to a bar the Bar classes that women do. Yeah where it's like. Where's IT ballet? Is it ballet? Is that what it is? Well it sure is that like do I guess she's her she'd never. Oh Yeah I've taken to former cowboys. Cheerleaders dance well like bar like she'll be like bar method there. It's our she'll arts. She used to go every day with my ex girlfriend in Alexandria. So she's not. She's not doing anything you don't think so. The billionaire ex girlfriend. Joe Biden by Jill little. I like Joe Wants to be Bazo. Things she cares you know. Thanks now I don't think she hears it all. I don't know man I read from when I'm watching those things. And she's doing the talking for him and and she's hold them up. Yeah and she's got imprompt Jill sometimes between her and his sister. That's fun once in a while when he woke up with his sister. you're not smell like Jill. I was watching it. I can't get over when I watch these. Joe Biden videos of him groping in touching and feeling faces and hair if cinema thousand times. But you see him again. You're like this is really fricking weird. Yeah once once sexual assault allegations come out. It puts a new like new felker. You're like man. Keep him away from kids. Who and what is this like and also again not to always say this but could you imagine if they had a compilation like that about Donald trump like that would be played nonstop. Elissa Milano will be crying over it. There'd be all sorts of as soon as they found that one video of Joe Biden gone. It's over for him. He's your friend. Why am I? That'S WHY Steve. Almost worked for the blaze right there. That reason I last week we read a tweet and he goes. You know that that person's not white. He was yeah. I figured back squeezy. Gypsy sorry sorry. Yes my still sounds black me but my Joe Gloria allred's daughter. What's her name? That came out. Lisa Bloom Bloom. Who's who says I believe utero read but I can't vote for trump. Got Vote for Joe Biden. I believe you I mean I believe you're telling the truth. Switch Tara. Reid's name with Ford. Imagine somebody saying any Republicans saying listen Christine Blazing Ford. I believe I believe you're telling the truth but I'm going to have to vote for Brett. Cavanaugh would lose your job. Yeah they would be like would be plastered all over. If they of of note they be plastered everywhere in that would be the end of their their lives. Article here talks about Joe. Biden helped bring the metoo movement into existence and now it's collapsing with him Believe all women is dead right. That's that's the whole deal. I said that Monday on the news and why it matters. I said the thing is any progress that you made with the metoo movement of giving women the courage to come out and speak. You took all that back on anti Pelosi said Joe Biden Joe Biden. Like we've seen boys will be boys because if you look at Buda Jerry's when he lied. They rent a guy through the ringer job. Elliott's Joe's joa descends. Like how do you accept it like you? Just okay with it now but guy that didn't do anything at all with a lady who had a false statements like you know. When I was in college he touched me. Ran into the ring or put embarrassed the hell out of him but job only Joe. I mean he's touching some people. It's okay we forget about that they don't. I think they just think people were stupid. You know this would work if it was like the seventies or the sixties where he didn't have the Internet and a twenty four hour news if we were working off a newspaper. They'd be like sure whenever. I wonder what people got away with that. Don't you know everything? Well I mean you go back to people like Lyndon Johnson. Who's taking a dump in front of his staffers with the door? Open making them notes of you while he's sitting on the toilet. You have the stories of all of those things that are there. But you don't have the the ongoing twenty four hour reports of these things. You can't just jump on twitter and say well had watched the president taking shit While he was doing staff meeting this morning You know you don't have those things you got John Kennedy. Who's running folks in and out? Doing the thing was was like the Vin hardcore like it didn't have a quote that he gets a headache if he doesn't have sex and three days. Yeah Yeah could you imagine a modern president saying that? Well if Obama set up you'll be like heats. He so cool. He's George Clooney player. President that would have been the headlines on on near types player. President would have had him with like a smoking jacket and he'd be like he's so much like Hugh Hefner. Yeah he's just. The next generation of Hugh Hefner is sexuality but with class modern playboy yeah modern playboy and his black so you know he's totally time totally off topic. Why does playboy half White House press credentials? Where they in? I don't know I mean that's an dude that dude's a jerk any picks fights with people. You constantly yeah. Yeah I wish Gorka would have punched him in the mouth that one day so insane. A little guy when he's spouting off the Gorka like just knock him out. Just knock him out dude Gaza but why are they there? I don't know I don't know I guess the same reason I have press credentials. Do this yet. The same reason I read playboy articles. Yeah yeah well I look at the pictures. I just think that the whole deal with Biden. Everybody knows you watch those videos and the girls pulling away and they're uncomfortable. I mean these are children who are uncomfortable and so everybody knows how he is. They know how is that thing out now that he can't remember anything? It's got to be getting worse. Do you think that ultimately it's a ploy? They're going to pull him out. Run somebody else now. You think he's the Guy I think they have such a bad plan right now. it's GonNa be him. I think it's still going to be Stacey Abrams. I think they're just sticking to the plan. They think it's GonNa work. I don't think they're smart enough to put all this if they put somebody else in. If you're a Democrat voter wouldn't you feel ripped off? I mean I I imagine if you support any of the other candidates on that Super Tuesday setup that dropped out to get him all votes you would have to feel ripped off disenfranchising their entire base And you take you take as an example you just get on get on twitter and take the time to read the comments long enough her facebook or wherever people are like oh well orange man is bad and ultimately the summary of everything. You're making no educated arguments about anything so I I know. There's the low information voter on both sides of the thing but the arguments that I'm hearing are so dumb I'm like I. Sometimes I wonder you guys really think that Joe Biden has a chance to do this and here. I'm predicting this I've already done it in other places but I'm predicting this she watched him. Donald Trump will decimate him so bad in debates. If they get to have them publicly he'll decimate him so bad they'll be accusing. Donald trump of being a bully melter abuse elder abuse. Yeah absolutely that's that's the game right now they're gonNA show well. Joe Biden hasn't given a speech of more than fifteen minutes live in front of a crowd right in like a year two years. He can't handle ninety minutes to he was. He was provided cover in all of those debates whether it be for more candidates or how they kind of spaced out. I'm sitting all the other other ways that they did it him against Donald Trump hardcore ninety minutes. It's going to be. He's going to beat them to death. It's going to be just plow his field under it's going to be ridiculous and they'll they'll that's that'll be the accusation but you'll see something will come out where they'll say. We can't hold these debates or at least we can't do it in front of a live crowd unless unless they have it live on. Cnn with only Anderson. Cooper Don Lemon crying during the debates through the only people safe enough. Didn't they just have a baby? Diana they got a baby separate cooper. Oh I still think somebody I. I'm still not sold that somebody else doesn't drop in if it is. It's Hillary I just can't imagine. Being Hillary Clinton who had a rigged election. She was a shoe in. It was her time and honest to God looking at Joe Biden going. You gotta be kidding me back Murder Hornets. That's what I'm worried about now. They're they're huge. Yeah I saw video. It's disturbing I saw one. That was attacking a mouse and the mouse and mouse was doing all it could to fight back. You see that little video now. Yeah how how do you think they're soup? They they make good to have somebody and Luhan. Yeah I guarantee they've eaten. They've eaten everything everything they've been doing it for. Five Thousand Years Disgusting. I Yeah I don't know I it's a those are big. They're like inches. They're scary and they call them murder Hornets. Because they ripped the heads off the honeybees. They say like thirty of them can kill a high of thirty thousand in just a matter of minutes. I don't like the outdoors. That's I'm GONNA start wait so if I stick in the city I'm forced to stay at home and I get fined if I leave. The House is protected from C. That'll keep me homer. Hornets will keep me at home. Well that's the deal I've put out last night about. You know you got the Red Coats and the Patriots and says you know is like release. The Murder Hornets like wait. What the what is this? Now my Gosh. Tim runs his mouth on twitter at. Tim runs his mouth. You need to go you native. And of course it's plastered. All over his tweets where he got quoted by the White House. So you can see that. I did that. He wasn't wing rates. He's like hey guess what boom there's the law so I never wear cowboy hats and this is a once in a lifetime beard so a homeless Guy. I love it. I know I got this. I got this from a Valero next to a perfectly good if the lady was like the guys who work in the fields where this had something like. This is for me yeah. 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Ep 24 | You're Worth It | Guest: Jacob Schick

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Ep 24 | You're Worth It | Guest: Jacob Schick

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to episode of the Chad Prager show podcast right here studio. Twenty two blaze TV good, blaze, TV dot com slash Chad. Use promo code Chad. And thank me later. I promise you I have in studio today. Jacob Schick Jacob is the. What how many founder owner CEO? How many what all titles? Of twenty two kills dudes just to do being do trying to play another, dude. Everybody out. There has got twenty two kill. We're going to get into that. If you haven't you're gonna all about it today. Puppetmaster Marquis sitting over there by himself. But yeah, and hot news Natalie. I think the news is Jacob Schick. I it's been so excited about this too. Like he's royalty to me. I think that is the news that might move to the top noted. I'm I'm I'm smitten. I'm just excited about it. We'll just wait till you have this conversation. Then you're really going to be. Stalking. Everybody strapped in. I'm talking about the three par over the shoulder round. Weighs twenty crotch. Lock it in party foul. Steve good. See, buddy. Rain on board with us kill this is a real marines. The this is shut up. I was there showed up is a real got worked on more than transmissions. Okay. I mean homepage. The none. There, but I did get one. But they pulled it out. It was replaced. It's a long story. But I got sixteen look at you. Dan grunts woke him. But. We were sitting there and sitting there, and I was I was talking to John taking and all those guys, and we were all in Vegas together. Giving Matt ladder with nylon of parallel hard time. And all that and Matt turned around he goes. So how much time do you spend in service your country damn you only two years met, and it was light. So whatever no L of it. So fun time. I love it. Good stuff. Jacob Schick, founder twenty two kill. I wanted to get you on the podcast about a year ago, and we just never could coordinate it just stuff going on. Yeah. But you said five years ago. Yeah. I know it was it was I remember we were trying to trying to trying to coordinate that and just never could get it done. And it's a shame because you're in Dallas. And we were based out of Fort Worth at the time. Now, we're Dell Sony. Thanks, come out. I I gotta agree with Natalie. I've been looking forward to this in I'm thankful for you. I'm thankful to you. And I'm proud of you for for. And I don't mean that condescending way, I'm just proud to know. In proud of what you've done and in so many different ways. Not only sacrifice, but what you doing to continually give back to the community. How did you? How did the concept of twenty two kill come about? And why the name? Yeah. So it started with a group of guys here, North, Texas and primarily marines, we tend to stick together. And may or may not be while we're on the feed, but. That's a relevant point. I'll just throw it out there. But we you thought about when the first study from the VA came out and twenty twelve season the twenty betters by suicide on average every day thought about okay? What can we do to change that? And so what can we do to bring awareness to this epidemic? That's in our community. And so we thought about it. And we're like, okay. You know, what let me what's the quintessential military. Workouts pushups start the push challenge. We'll do twenty push ups day twenty days called push-up challenge in. So that was to harness the awareness education. Because obviously can't you cannot have any change without education you have to both. And so we did the push challenge. Went viral in twenty sixteen overnight success is awesome. And it only went viral after the rock did it. I mean, screw the tens of thousands of men women who serve spouses the. The widows children first monitors ellios that did them, but the rock did it and next thing, you know, viral. So I call that the Jerry Springer crashing affect in this country. But however, we are thankful it was never meant to be a fundraiser simply awareness, but that's where that's really weird all started and the name twenty two kill because obviously the number twenty two just like in here in studio twenty and kill because it's unfortunate who sites act and something that's affected, not only me greatly. But a lot of a lot of people. No, not very twenty nine friends die by suicide. I don't mean acquaintances. I mean, very close friends, and it's not something that gets any easier. But. The kill is to get your point. You know that that's it's to get to the point. I mean, it's always sit here. We can talk about talk about. You know, rape and cancer and aids and all other stuff because it fits in a categorical box. And you can explain it. Right. And so it doesn't make us uncomfortable. Talked about start talking about things about like, depression and anxiety, and hyper vigilance who settled nation matters of the mind, and the brain you don't wanna talk about that stuff because we don't have a full understanding of the brain. And we're conditions -ociety. Not talk about the shit. We don't fully understand. It makes us comfortable. And we just don't get down like that. I'm like, hey, let's get in this room. Let's get real uncomfortable quick. And so that's why the names twenty two kill of a had to fight the board on it every quarter for a long time and pushing back on in. Yeah. Because they say you don't Jake. We can't really get into the corporate environment with that name. I mean, some corporations you can't even Google the word kill won't recognize it. And so I I've left, you know, I've been pretty Adam. Isn't about the name twinkie over longtime. Not changing. I mean, the tribe loves the names reason, we say won't travel in fights or tagline, basically straight up out of spite just to prove a point that we can make this change. And we can do this hard work in empower these men and women in their families with a name like twenty two kill because at the end of the day. It said name it's a name, you know, Nike wouldn't change their name like poor kids in a sweatshop. Or like, we have what we have for reason. It's a name for reason not been in more than one corporate boardroom pretty much wearing wear now in the guys like Jake would relaxed Hoppy. But you know, the name the names strong. It's crazy not tell them. Yeah. Okay. Good. We'll tell you this. If you can't get past name talk about the root cause of an issue. Congratulations report of the problem and the end of the day. We're not gonna talk about the hard shit. Shut your mouth. Yeah. Everyone's got an opinion. Doesn't mean. I wanna hear it. Well, suicides real thing as real hard thing. It's an ugly thing, you know, depression is real things hard thing. PTS real thing hard, you know, there there's multiple reasons while we dubbed this studio studio twenty two that's one of them because we want to be able to constantly conversationally able to bring up in, you know, bring up that reality of why it's there, and you know, I have friend of mine he became a good friend of mine. Because I'm like you. I've got some friends who've committed suicide of veterans who committed suicide, and then I had one guy. This big thing happened a couple years ago sky was a marine. He was a flu awesome real shit. And he comes home. He's got it severe. And he takes a nine millimeter puts in his mouth pulls a trigger one day while his wife's off at work in a gun goes click, and he's shaken with dren Lynn, and all of a sudden aegis like, oh, you know, I I'm supposed to be dead. And it's just he doesn't know what to do is kinda got himself in shock opens up his phone, and there's gonna cowboy hat sit in the front seat of Trump making video talking about your self worth. And you know, we have been through you got so forth and things, and it was one of my videos, and so I met him through an event that we did down in Houston couple years ago. And he actually sent me. A message told me the story that nine millimeter bullets dimple in the back of the firemen hit the things it's on my desk at home. And so was one of those deals recyc-, man. I want to tell this story. So many times we've got because he was fortunate enough got a new. Lease on life in recognized. What was valuable 'em to think that twenty two see I have people all the time who were gone kind of like after nine eleven it became a popular thing to be a soldier popular thing to be marine. Probably. Now, he kind threw all these apparel companies and coffee companies and all these different things. Now, people almost kinda glorify away and say, wow, you know, it's kind of cool thing to do with all these organizations half million six hundred thousand nonprofit organizations in America at their, you know, support investment, but it's like you don't see the dark underbelly of the thing. That's going on you're bringing light to that. No. I haven't started a t shirt company or coffee company or any of that shit. I don't have time for it. You know, we're trying to save soul. So there's that it's kind of you know, it's it's painstaking work. Look at me teach his own whatever at the end of the day. Yeah. I mean, we we sell apparel that helps pay for the overhead. But it look at. I just wanna do stuff that matters. I mean by the time I wake up in the morning. I saw just as much as everyone else because we're all fundamentally flawed roll him by the time. My head hits the pillow would I did from the time. I woke up at the time my head his Sevilla's. What determines rather I'm going to be separated from the herd or not is I've never been a hurt animal. You know? And it's I just refuse to wake up and go out of my way to be average. Just just not my thing, you know, because I I've got a new lease on life of I've had my fair share shit. And you know, I mean these really wounded in Iraq, no four. I love that place a much of summer homes now longing frady's, and let me it was a garden of Eden somewhere. Yeah. There's some shit like that. But you know, it the end of the day, man. It's just. Everyone's trying to do something. And our thing is is that we're just trying to fight for the greater good. You know, we're trying to show up every day to be present be present with compassion apps in comparison. That's what we're focused on every day that we show up. You never know what case is gonna walk through the door. Never know who you're going to get on the phone with you never know who you're gonna talk to some guys are close to the edge and others. And you'd never know the twenty nine that. I know there was no warning flare. There was no a love you man of good or, you know, go be great. They just ended up dead. And the reason hit so close to home because look up struggled with it struggled with it myself. I told you I never thought about taking my own life, but belong to your face. And look we all go through. We all go through hard stuff. You know at the end of the day. It's the comparing trashing takes away from what makes you who? You are like when people tell me like, oh, j can't imagine what you've been through over fifty operations over twenty Bill. Transfusions, and blah, blah, blah. And I'm like, hey, look legislate your ship your shit mush. It'd be Masha don't compare traffic is what you're doing is. You're taking away from what's made you who you are your belittling yourself constantly without even knowing belittling yourself, a good point. And so my thing is just wake up and do you everyone else's taken? Yeah. It's hard for people eight I heard I heard somebody say recently, they said, you know, what we tend to do is we have this personal flawed image of ourselves. And what is we take our personal flawed self in compare it to people's outward, social facade, and what we think that they're all about. And we're like when my life doesn't match up of that person. I must be I must really have problems not realizing even thinking about the fact that that person screwed up to and they deal with their own inner demons and problems and depression. That's why few years ago. I wanted to a radical the stigma of depression in the lives of men, it's stupid that we've made it a taboo thing. Like, you're especially in the western world the cowboy world, it's you just don't talk about depression. You know, it's like an admission of weakness what? You know, Alex trebek comes out recently says I got stage four pancreatic cancer. Well, there was no shame in him. Coming out say, I got cancer. Or you know, I got you know, there's no shame in that deal. Why is it that when you got a brain illness that's going on whether it has been called circumstantially or chemically, or whatever it's been what you've been through or what's happening in you without any reason whatsoever. Because some of the most depressed people look a, Robin Williams. I mean, here's a guy who's saving on top the world successful talented. Got it all people. He makes everybody. Happy can't make yourself. Happy hangs himself in the bathroom, and you never know with the deal like that. Then you couple that with folks who have gone through things like you said, I mean, that's not your real foot. That's the real foot. You got now had to go through some stuff to get to that point. And I mean, you guys I just had a really shoot it. We're through. I didn't have to work real hard at it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I know in trying to get kudos. Yeah. So breathing on y'all send you a shot out to one of the reasons why I think Trump is in office is because everybody's offended everybody sensitive. Oh, we can't use kill. That's that would offend somebody. Thank you for speaking up because you know, everybody thought he wasn't gonna win. All the dams were yelling so loud, you know. But the silent everybody agrees, the majority agrees with you, you know, but people out there who are willing to publish. It are too afraid. See, I agree. I think in this country. I think we're starved for real in raw. Yeah. I think we we have so much political correctness and so much fluff. Yeah. That we that when every time I get on stage to speak. I'm I'm I'm brutally honest, and I'm very direct and. It's amazing to see like you can see people's souls befitted from the time you begin right on commission for our thirty minutes. Whatever it is like you can see the change when when you're real enroll on Fenwick, and that's what it's like just can we just stop all the crap. Seriously, stop. I mean, the in listen in DC, I don't left right middle. Doesn't matter. It is so embarrassing. It's so embarrassing to me that we we are where we are. We're divided as we are a country, and you know, what I joined up after the before nine eleven rather already signed up. I'm third generation combat marine proud of that fact, and you know after nine eleven you saw there. It was cool to be patriotic. It was a fad and explain to me how in the hill. It takes a national disaster like that a tragedy like that for us to be patriotic the love this country like walking in the front door here. You know there. There's two old glory. There's two of them on the rug, and I can't even step on it step around it because it's that means something that's way, more than just colors and stripes and stars that that that all has. Meaning that goes way deeper than any of us can think is we're all caught up in the surface level shit that has no meaning. I've always said that I think political correctness is become a demon this terrorizing everybody and people are scared of it. You know, they're scared of the real. So I know I go to events and stuff it, and I always I have this whatever I some people call it a character flaw. I I love it. When I get to know somebody that try to see how far can push him just see where their edges to be mean. I don't know where I can go with and it's so easy that I spoke event the other night. And I I was just reading the people, and I'm just being honest with them, and I'm just telling him the truth, and I could tell they were so uncomfortable as a group because it wasn't that. They couldn't handle it as individuals. They were scared of how the people around them. They were thinking it was group think going on. And I was like, oh, I'm going to have a field day with you eat a love a love every time. Isn't it? Great. It's fun. It is the ultimate power trip. Like, I'm going to really make your butthole pocus. Really fun. Yeah. But sell them with the very beginning. Everytime. I'm like, listen, you know, this was going to get bumpy. And. Scrap in be prepared. If you get offended by something. I say it's most likely you think not a meeting probably. So because I don't have any problem with it. You know, I know what's going gonna come out of my mouth. I'm not suffering. You know, I know what I'm going to say, I haven't offended myself. So yeah. No. I mean you. Yeah. I mean, I own my. The end of the day. I'm. I'm fortunate to know that God gave his only on the down across his new. There's Astles like me. I can own it. I can own it. And I'm expected to be flawed. So yeah, I'm I'm on a on apologetically grace extends to the chief of assholes. I'm telling you. I'm a living example of that too. Yeah. Thank God for that. So obviously, the twenty two kill I love the name of always loved it. I think I think it's there it's raw it's in your face. You're dealing with an action. That's happening. People are making a conscious decision in their lives, tragically. So twenty two a day. That's a lot you almost you look at that. And you're like it's at number even accurate is it real that many people. So we hear that a lot man. I get that a lot on the tribe gets a lot about the number like that. You know? It's not really it's it's really twenty point six or whatever the hell the government came up with because we all know, they're really good with numbers. Yeah. Here's here's what I say to that. At the end of the day. I don't care what the number is. Here's why one is too many in the example, I use his think about someone that you love without boundaries. Did they kill a litter puppies? And you'd still love them the same way is everybody's got one person that they love like that everybody. So think about that one person. K not put a monetary value on that person. Because if you can do that you suck more than everyone else. Yeah. That's the point. Is that every one of those one fifteen twenty twenty five thirty whatever somebody loves them that way. Yeah. Stop being focused on the surface level stuff. Stop being focused on the stuff that society's condition you to be focused on. And that's why the numbers are relevant. Yeah. It's the numbers of relevance in the work. It's a name where brand now. That's it. It's a brand. Yeah. It's a brand. Nothing more nothing less by t shirt. What if you're hanging over a cliff with certain death, waiting below you and you're holding onto chain with let's say twenty two links in it and one link breaks the chain is worthless. And and it falls apart you fall apart. You it's tragic for you. So that's the thing if it's even one the chains broken in that's the deal. And that's why appreciate what you've done is. It's not about a statistic people are statistics, people aren't just another number. It's just a way. Demonstrate how real the problem is. And even all the way down to the significance of the ring. You there on your right hand. You know, is you wear that ring. Twenty two kill ring on your trigger finger on the right hand, and it brings awareness. What's the next step beyond awareness, both with with helping the people who need the help? And then getting the people that need to get involved involved. Yes. So great point toys extreme when the push challenge viral. We got a lot of support really quickly. And it was it was hard. Because basically we were a catch off for a bunch of people in families that were coming to us. Okay. Will you know, my son my daughter, my, husband, wife, etc. Where do we go? What do we do in the time? We reporter with over thirty organizations, and basically we just follow them to where they needed to go. And you know, we we quickly realize okay live. We we have to have some type of -ffective follow through some type of affective treatment. Because that's what it is. Nice. I think that word was dirty tree. You can't tell were heater. She is gonna get treatment bullshit. It's a word. That's what it is deal with it deal with it. And so we we've gone from being unawareness organization to a treatment organization, we do that through several different programs that we offer which both traditional nontraditional treatments and trainings therapies, and we we've found a lot of success with it and. Thing is you have to engage in. Unfortunately for us. We can't we can't contact someone if we get a call from a spouse or of apparent says, hey, look, my son or daughter, you know, Joe judy's in trouble in psych. Okay. Will they have to contact us? We can't contact them because the government is made that illegal because obviously what we do not hard enough. So, you know, kudos the government putting their hands in it. There's a reason that all he's not province exists because the end of the day, the VA can't they just they don't they're not set up to do what we do. Right. They can't do with the numbers. But we have to do the treatment. We have to get engaged as what? Now, listen, our tagline one tribe. One fight just so everybody's very clear that means it doesn't mean the warrior community working together in order to better the word community one tribe. One fight means mankind all of mankind leaning in. Loving hard relying on one another to live. Well, that's what it means is that's how we honor the men women that aren't with us any Moore's by living. Well, there is no other way. Yeah. You have to live. Well, and it doesn't matter if you served you say, I can't bring myself where the ring over serve Mike, none of us give shit either your part of the tribe. You're not like either you're gonna support something bigger than yourself. You're not at the end of the day. We it takes everybody takes tribe. And that's why you we- we've been able to do something that I think a lot of people probably didn't think we were gonna build do especially with the name like twenty Phil. Because it's so in the gas mask in the logo been told his offensive by an army guy. Throw that out there. You know for us. It's we've been able to see this success and we've been able to do this. But it started with grassroots effort started with the individual donor the individual person. And that's how we've been able to grow to where we are in in. We've never really lost sight of the vision, though, we've never lost sight of why were there were there to serve human beings. And it's the human beings we serve just happened to wear uniform some point or another is make no mistake, we do in human issues human issues that matter if you were uniform or not. Somebody and to the point that you made a second ago. You said look we can't contact you. And you're right. You guys it guys and girls who committing suicide in there's no there's no tell there's no there's no signs. There are a lot of times, you don't know. And they don't want to admit it. They don't wanna talk about what they're dealing with. And all I can say is. And I know how many messages I get with people who are dealing with that. And they reach out to me. And and you know, I try to put them in the right channels to get the right voice in their life. People who are contemplating suicide of people have tried suicide. I've had people have killed themselves and succeeded at it in. I you gotta get the right help. And have always said talk to your doctor. You talked to you therapist talk to your God, you talk to you talk to the people who have been there. You get dammit. Get the help just talk talk talk to somebody. Okay to not be. Okay. Yeah. At the end of the day, we have to stop with like. Guys guys like us to becoming office. And they're like, I'm not talking to this. I'm not, you know, they don't know Ben through seeing Donna McKay. But just so, you know, you're Donna doesn't like nothing. You can tell me that. I haven't seen her or done myself nothing. You can tell me your your there's nothing special about your pain and suffering nothing. Yeah. That goes for everybody. Yeah. Everyone can relate to mental suffering everybody. That's the common denominator of everybody. Pod. On the spinning ball chaos. They all have a brain floating in between their ears now where the user not was open for debate. But look at the end of the day. That's the common denominator pain is inevitable. Sufferings? Optional you're gonna get hit with something you're gonna go through hard stuff. It is gonna happen. None of us. Wake up on a unicorn ranch pitch. Unicorn Dorado won't train Bill back to the the. It's just doesn't exist. We're going to go through hard things. We're gonna. Turmoil in tragedy. But without those things you don't have trial tragedy. Trump for kissing cousins. They go everywhere to go about a Jeff cow brother the late. Chris cow. Jeff told me he said look. He said take the D off a PTSD. He said, I don't believe in that. He said post traumatic stress is one thing. He's it's not a disorder. It's something that happens. It's it you go through certain things you've experienced those. Thanks doesn't make you a disorder. It's it's it's a natural affect of some of the things that people go through. Yeah. And I you know, I agree of Jeff for launch on. He's a very close friend of mine in the I I would just like to say, I'm really. I'm really proud of him for starting a public figure must take a lot of guts. Forgot like Jeff Jeff public figure. But. Anyway, said throw that out there. But no, listen, we've had this. This is base going on a long time with the D P T S PG SE. I'm here to tell you where I've come to with it is I don't give a shit. Put the d don't put the D. It's a relevant relevant has nothing to do with the substance of. Absolutely. What it actually is? Right. Stop getting caught up in lost in the crap. Yeah. That's I don't care. Put the d don't put the D Donald shit ABC. Whatever get dressed the issues. Let's address stop treating the symptoms. Yeah. Treat the root problem. If not it's like, I'll see you say mudhole twelve months from now because we're just going to be spinning circles. What kind of results have you guys seen over the last couple years? You know, what it's been I'm so proud man of so proud to work the drive that I work for rove because I get to show up every day. And I get to be surrounded by people that are better than me. By default on better than that. A lot of people get that a lot of people get to show up to work and get their soul fed. You'll get challenged and get pushed to be better. And I get that. And that's you won't thing. I really really admire. I would say the main thing more than anything with with the employees twenty kilos that these men and women love all the way all the way knowing knowing the pain is inevitable knowing they're gonna get hurt in. They do it. Anyway, that's what ges that's why we seen the results we've seen because they do it all the way knowing that some of the people that we serve that we help with and that we that we walk through the storm with because everything settled for all say again that everything we've ever ones on the other side of our fear which have to weather the storm, but it's who's going to be on your left or right. When you whether this one. Yeah, let's get you're gonna need the people that are willing to pull you. Yeah. Get rid of the. Stigma. Get the help talk to the people you need to talk to what's the most direct line of communication to find you guys. The most direct line is info at twenty two kill dot com. Will will get you in in less than twenty four hours. We'll get emailed or spots. And I think we have. Tall thirteen Yasser on staff. Now, we're we're calcium outta Dallas Fort Worth. But we hope minimum all over the country. And we also serve in first smaller law force officers now. Yeah. And their families because at the end of the day, you guys like me, we'll we'll go to seven seven month deployment of army guilty. Fifteen eighteen frizty crazy long deployment, these men and women that are over here on the red and blue side. It's every day stay in day out. They don't get any decompression time. Wherever and so, yeah, we, you know, we're all cut from same cloth. And that's something that, you know. I just want to bridge the gap between not only us in the red side the blue side. But the Vietnam veteran guys like it's all cut from the same cloth. Like, we let's come hang out. Come hang out with us like give us a shot in come. See? My uncle. The secondary ren- in my family's. You know? I get it. I get it. You know, he's never talked one word about it in every year. We do the annual shift boys fishing trip. But I know that we're getting closer and closer than my thing is is like why wait get uncomfortable. Now, get comfortable being called for you're never gonna grow. So reach out because you're not gonna win. This battle alone that I can guarantee I can only imagine the messages that come into you guys in the stuffy heared you ever feel like like like. Do you ever get to the point where you feel like I I'm trying to do everything I can? But I feel like I'm not doing enough to be doing more every day. What do you think it would take? In order to feel like I'm doing some good. I mean, I I don't think that you can ever feel like you're doing enough in a situation like that. Yeah. You know at the end of the day. I know that we can only do can do, you know, I know that we can only do show up and love all the way be present with compassion absent comparison in love all the way knowing we're going to get hurt knowing that it's gonna at some point. We're going to have to go. Another funeral. We're gonna have to honor and other man woman an embrace their families and either the kids and. Look royds. It'll never be enough. Yeah. Just won't. But I'm alright with that. All right with that. Because I never not only myself, but the trial. I'd never to wanna reach the pinnacle. I never wanna be look at him. And be like, hey, we've made it those words will never come out of my mouth will not happen. One thing. I say all the time is the us great event him so K working we grow. Where can we do better? You don't settle complacency kills sometimes literally sometimes figuratively. But I just refused. The settlement. I've been through too much of of of seen too much too much tragedy to settle I don't wanna look at in my doing good. I hope so history abuse judge, I'm gonna show up everyday. And do what I can do. And be the best version that I can be some days. I suck at it. I get complacent to and knowingly knowing I'm going to get a place on like Jacobs's complete decision. And I do it. Anyway, you know what? And that's because I'm human. In in that happens. Yeah. Well in the for what it's worth department. There's a lot of folks out there that appreciate the fact that you get up everyday. And do what you do. It means a lot it matters in you are making a difference in, you know, both both the drive the passion vision and the humility in which you do it makes a big difference as well. And that's it makes I mean people I think when you come at it like that I think people stand up in notice, and they say, you know, there's a reason why this guy does what he doesn't believe like he believes because this is real stuff. This is real life. This is real death as real tragedy and somebody who's is one thing to go through what you've been through personally personal injuries. And but but to be able to say because you could sit back, you know, you can sit back and say, hey, look at me for the rest of my life. I look what I did for my country. What a sacrifice survive, but you didn't stop there. You took it one step further. And I appreciate that. Appreciate you pre. She didn't. And you're worth it. Yeah. That's the thing is it's like human life has value. Doesn't matter. I mean, the matter if you served in serve where you come from family served in serve. I don't care your life has value. Yeah. You have to believe you're worth it all begins and ends of the person you're looking at in the mirror feel truly love that person. I love him a lot. Dude, I'm guessing. I'm in love in love with the person looking at me in the mirror. Not look. I'm okay. I'm okay. Own in that because at the end of the day. How how in the hell is anyone when they some guys tell me like j I don't know one girl firm boy firm, husband, wife, whatever mom dad won't love me the way that I love them. Like, hey, are you in love yourself? Yeah. Look at me weird. And really are you in love with yourself and more often than I'll say by the hesitation, obviously, the answer is. No. And how in the hell do you expect anyone to love you the way you can't love yourself because that's the height of hypocrisy. So you said you said something a minute ago, and of an of heard your tell some stories about that and read some articles as well when you say, hey, you're worth it. That means something because you know, hey, you've been through the Surgers you've been through the blood transfusions are all these different things. You got a prosthetic leg. You didn't do that. Just for you. You did it for people like me shmelts like me. And you know, what I appreciate the fact that you that you. Look at that say, hey, you're worth it. Because I didn't do it for thing or calls, although that's involved. But I did it for people, and you're still doing what you do for people in a beautiful deal. I think that people people don't have selfish. We talk about self esteem, people don't have self esteem issues. We esteem ourselves highly issues. People don't have self worth. That's the thing. You don't see yourself as a worthy cause as a worthy being somebody that created on purpose to to accomplish something in life. And that's the issue. People have these self worth issues, and that's what I that. That is one of the biggest messages, I put out there, you're worth it. Doesn't matter. What you've been through. You're still worth it that twenty dollar Bill that matter if it was used by a Hooker or blow or fun to terrorist attack or wadded up crumpled on stepped on the clutch down the toilet still were twenty dollars because a higher authority made it worth something. And and you know, the federal government looks at that peace flavors worth twenty dollars. I don't care shove it up. Your ass is worth twenty dollars bucks. Twenty bucks twenty bucks. I'm still gonna take it from you. Okay. It's been your ass. Schick? Hey. Time to get into that. I mean. We'll make Betty. Look, you're right, man. That's the thing is people have to be. You have to be willing to here. Here's what I truly believe happens this, and I'm speaking from experience just so everyone knows that every time I talk talking myself to the concert runners just like everybody else. But I feel like people what we do by default as we get very comfortable in our unhealthy bubble. And the thought of who we could be in. We really push ourselves and really get outside of our covers on terrifies. A so we allow fear to dictate our thought process, and it keeps growing. Yeah. You know, because we get real regardless of how healthy situation is. And that's why I always always tell people look everyday wake up either going to be a sole theater so leader and you only get one shot. This thing called life is an address rehearsal. So choose wisely. Because people will remember that we have a lot of people that watch and listen to this podcast. And I'm telling folks out there, you know, good. Well, there's a person in your life somebody in your life. It they you need to share this with them. 'cause this is a message. That matters made. It really is whether they're veteran or or just just a person. I mean, you know, hey, people are dealing with things that dude in it applies. That's the thing man is look like if you the. A uniform great. Hey, thanks for your service per sheet. It right, but it's pain is pain and suffering suffering. Yeah. Like, let's let's not categorize it. Let's not measure, there's no Richter scale. So just my thing is it's good to smoking choke. Trust me, the the traps talked about like it. Did you magic? We cameras in the office every day because we have to you know, if we don't act out and and mess with each other. I mean, the work we do is look it is morbid industry, and it's daunting. Then it's doggy dog. I'm telling you right now. All three industries, I work in not province. Just the same. It is doggy dog in it. It's it's unfortunate. Because some of the mindsets. Are, you know, hey, this is my pond you stay in your pond? And I'm like good. You'll you'll never hear from me again. Yeah. Because we're not ignorant enough to think that we can make a dent in this thing alone. We have to be partnered with that's why we support the all the things we support is. Because it takes a Trump. What's the only way we're gonna make Dennis? And I'm the first to say is a country collectively, we haven't even scratched surface on the CEPA Deming. You have a hundred twenty five on average hundred twenty thousand billions the die by suicide every day not to mention that the last three years more first responders law force officers of dad by suicide than were killed in line of duty. And my thing is the reason we don't know that stuff is because we're not gonna talk about the things we don't understand. And my thing is like, okay. Well, let's start talking about. Let's start trying to understand. It said building the effing bridged at save damn turtle over somewhere like sorry. But I don't think anything that doesn't have opposable thumbs is ever going to change the world. Just my. Personal opinion. Like, I think animals are great tasty. But at the end of the day fun to look at pet not one of them ever change the world. Exactly. And I I'm gonna get the spring on the whatever. All right. Screw identifies a strong black woman. He'll ya'll just even the plain. I just call him pita identify skinny. I'm trans fat. What if you if you had the ear if you've got step on out on the hill and just what would. I mean, what what what what did you say? If you had the ear of everybody there over the last dig a fry of been of the hill. God knows. Fifty or seventy I've never been asked to leave nicely. You know, because here's the thing a lot of people confuse my my passion with anger. Yeah. And you know, when you when you get on the hill, and you source fewing in truth. They do not like that shit. Do not like that. Because they once how to get reelected. So my constituency in my base, it's like spree trying to get reelected, right? Just call it. What it is man. We have a bunch of clowns running a circus in Washington DC. That's what it is. Yeah. I mean, it's and every everybody that refuses to admit that or part of the problem. You know, what I don't give look audit me, whatever that come. I mean, just getting getting line getting line is what are you gonna kill me? I mean, that's hard. You're resilient bastard. Well, here's my thing man is as long as I'm drawn breath. And I'm vertical in ventilating Becher asks I'm gonna fight. Yeah. Just because I love you to death. Doesn't mean I won't make you bleed either. Like that. It's I'm just tired of the the political crap. It's like shut your damn mouth. Did you use fake as hell show up and be real? That's why that's why they don't like is show up in on me in there. Like, no this guy's not playing political game. We want diplomat. Schick, we don't want warrior Schick sorry. There's diplomat chick doesn't exist. Yeah. There. And you know, what here's the thing. I'm just Schick, a worship, whatever I'll be the first to tell you right now. I mean, this is you guys like me miss being informed places with the weapon in the middle of we're trying to find people to kill that wanna kill me straight up. It's easier. It's easier than doing this being here. It's just easier. The end of the day. That's the reason it's easier. You come here. Like, I remember I got out of the hospital, and I got to go out to eat my family as extended family is huge group. So K where do we wanna go eat like an hour and a half later. We can't decision, and I was like I from hints fourth I want everyone to know the next time not questions asked that there's a five minute time limit, and I'm I will not eat with any of you. It is such we get so caught up in our first world problems that we can't see straight in the fact that we're the most industrialized financially wealthy most technologically advanced country in the world yet we lead and depression, anxiety, hyper vigilant suicidal allegation obesity, we lead. What does that tell you? We're spoiled rotten spoiled rotten site. My son came home. My son does Emma may and he came home from the terminals out of town tournaments. He's kinda us to. He's dad only got second place. I was like, okay. I stop. Stop. How many kids were were were in your way classes eighteen sorry? Fifteen didn't see the podium. You got second. Let's be thankful for that. Good news. There's room to grow as you weren't I train harder. Yeah. Well, if coach shady wouldn't hadn't told me to pass the guard when I was in like it. Second lesson. Doesn't matter who the hell's in that seat when you walk out on the mat, it's you in the other kid. That's it doesn't matter. Who's in the cheer either, you know, your shit or you don't. Don't put it off on any wells own it own it. And I said when we're when I take you. To your worry martial-arts in your training. And I get onto you driving back to the house. Would I get onto you about when I look at the clock more grappling? So do you know why that Clark makes an audible tone after three minutes are up? So you don't have to look at the clock. Train like you fight. Why are the marines the best and they'll say because you train like fight. Yes. So a own your shit. Be this world doesn't give a shit about your feelings. It'll punch in the mouth and smile sees. My job is your dad give you the tools to punch small back. You will never have hearing loss for me being the fricken. A helicopter parent didn't read a lot of doctor Spock book Steger though. It works. I know exactly. My thing is told them like when you need to feel pain. I'm feel pain. We need to cry cry need to fill joy joy with you. Yeah. I'm not handing you shit. That's the stuff that the world's gotta hear these days. If lost. If lost. We've lost it party festive soft soft so super soft. Now. You're right jacomb you besides besides getting it wearing the ring getting in wearing the t shirt show on the support. How could people support twenty two kill? Okay. This is a this question. A lot to here's straight up answer because there's a multitude of ways. I mean, there's an but everyone every individual country knows that they're capable of. Right. I'm not going to give anyone a direct answer. Obviously. Hundreds and hundreds of ways to support. But at the end of the day. This is the answer that have come accustomed to giving because it's it makes you do self. Check biting is every person on this planet has three things about you, some more than others, but every single person harsh us three things value time talent and treasure for not willing to sacrifice some of one of those three things. You don't wanna help? You're talking. That's it. If you're not willing to sacrifice some of your time talent treasure. You do not wanna help you're talking. Go talk to another organization because we're about doing. Talking sheep. I still think it's crazy that the company I say publicly that companies. Pay pay what they pay to come. Here me bump, my frigging soup cooler on a stage. It's like you guys a lot funds for this. Let me I tell you why your culture sucks. It's just crazy, man. But it's time talent treasure. If you're not willing to give up some of those three things you don't wanna help. You don't wanna help you wanna be on the boat. But you don't wanna row. My thing is you know, what you can do. And you know, what you can't. Yeah. Twenty two kill dot com. Then I'm watching the movies. I'm in the mood. I'm in a move the couple of months ago on new this come and I'm like is that Jacob Schick as it goes past which movie? Stars for there's so many. I'm like, wait. Wait, wait. Wait. It was like boom there was and then it was gone. Yeah. How'd you become friends? Bradley Cooper, set of American cyber Merican sniper. Yeah. That's where we're not an pretty unorthodox way, we met really I think that's what we're as close as we are showering together. I mean what happened? Yeah. Twenty dollars wash each other's backs. You know? Yeah. Go story though. Yeah. I know what you know, this kind of cool that was all right? So how stars won't happen was barely basely called me. Like, Anita favorite. What's up? Is it, you know, shooting SARS born, and you know, I don't have time cast role and you'd be perfect for it. And also was the role is like what your guys boss at the latter. You'd be perfect for it. And I was like. Oh, man. Said he goes, look, you're not gonna make a lot of money in and it's gonna you know can be days onset long drawn out. But give me reason hang out with a couple of days. So I was like not asset is the Mel lead passer digitally like the other stores boring. So I'm not telling us. All right. Well, not doing it. What you're looking not doing. No, bro. I'm not trying to be man I need to ship. It matters. It was I kill than. Yeah. Does. All right flying false Monday that easy. Yeah. Then I showed up and made ask myself on that Gaga the first time. Yeah. Yeah. I went to I went to Warner to go once one of Russia's to go to wardrobe, and then I went to set where they were filming. Rarely just got done directing the scene news. Like, hey, let me Stephanie. Matter. She looked at me in rows case this Jake. He's going to be playing your boss tomorrow. She's a, hey, Jake. Nice as I I. Yeah. I don't forget it, and she looked at me, no smirk. Nothing like she gave me this look like who you again. Now, look at Bradley and who's like the panic face on like stop stop. When I was okay. Obviously that fell short just told her the got Jeep joke obviously didn't land but looking forward to working with you all day that next couple of days funny. Yeah. But I got at her. I got back at her. Yeah. There you go y'all. Let are lot owned it. Yeah. Man. The matter of fact, the first the first take. When she gets the the rubber gloves, Nick the trash out. And she came back around the office. I was in it through the gloves at me after we got all ready. And I was like you keep me mad. We're acting like I'm not mad. It's like, oh, if you're gonna be mad be mad at that guy. Right. There told me to do that. He's the director rally was lot. He loved it. That's an awesome. I was really proud of that film, man. They did a great job. I thought it was one of the best reviews. I heard was that was beautifully tragic. I thought I thought Bradley did a great job making that movie. I felt like I was never a fan of the Kris Kristofferson Barbra Streisand version because I was like I get it the stories there, but it was more of a let's just showcase Barbra Streisand kinda thing, and it was it was quirky and corny and a lot of ways. Yeah. It was a raw movie in that's what he was going for real and raw authentic in. I'm really proud of man for doing it because he was told all his counterparts. Like, hey, you're put this put your career in the grave. Don't do it. Really? And he went with his gut and did it anyway in the crushed it. He Nell that hands down my opinion. Obviously biased on does not as relevant best movie of the year. And he is Hollywood's political it's crazy. I know I spent spend a lot of time out there on this sound stages and meeting with all those networks and with Lionsgate for. Tough man nother world. That's another dog eat dog industry. Yeah. It's it's crazy. But you know, the end of the day, it was he he wanted to do a movie the meant something he did it in all that we know that. And so does theft. I mean, they both. They both were were well outside of their converse on row proud of a wound up coming out with with with a hands down. Good soundtrack out of the whole thing. Which which again, it was about the music was there but different from older versions. It wasn't about the music rice. And so they're right. It was an element. Right. It made the pain tragedy bearable, which goes to show, you what music do people into Seoul. But it's a universal powerful thing. One hundred percent. I mean, it's gotten me through a lot. They'll does they nailed it at the Oscars to when they did that Bradley's not a big fan of having to sing publicly and do those kind of things, you know, it was I was in LA for some meetings and all of a sudden little room when he told me it was going to do that all like. On earth year about that is I'm not I believe he's not. Yeah. Is in one of the screenings. We did in the QNA the ask, you know. What would you change about this movie, if you could change it after they watched the film and his answers beautiful may said nothing that years? Now, I've done everything. I could do we've done everything we can do this movie. We gave it everything we've had cheers. Now. It's us to give you your kid. No good her him. I like that dude. Dude. He's an amazing guy, man. And that's the thing is that the, you know. You know? It's it's crazy. I mean, he's gotten me through some dark stuff and the an I have, and it's it's a relationship. It's based on it has there's rule value there. 'cause it's it's real love is love and all the way. That's the thing that I'm kind of caught between from time to time is is people want to sell Hollywood often, you're saying screw Hollywood. I just forget them, and it is a crazy place. It's a weird bubble out there. There's some good people in Hollywood. And it is a big platform. It's a useful platform is never gonna come over to our way of thinking. Now, of course, not I mean, they live on another planet. But there's some good people out there in the middle of that. And I don't wanna burn the whole barn down because of the animals rabid. Couple the majority of the animals. It's animal farm, dammit. Okay, fine. But that's the thing man. Again, we come back to the. Yeah, they have their shit and we have ours. Yeah. That'd be what it is. People are definitely products of their what what's there been around them and sort of voices? That's the Hyun flaw, man. That's the human condition. You live yourself to be a or environment. Like who told you you had to do that? Ackley who told you you had to wake up and and fall victim to your circumstances. Yeah. Wake up and be Victor. There's way too many victims. Jacob shake your best friend care if you like it or not. I don't care. Dr is born isn't the only movie which by the way, my husband. And I watched that for the first time last weekend. Six four cry t sixty. Well, it was, but he these movies may either your ball sweater that don't doesn't matter willing or not willing cry. Cry you love or you don't any. He's you know, he's sensitive that way, which I really appreciate. But that's not the only movie that you've done, right? A couple more American sniper. A handcuff clinics would in the meal still fills thirty still fills Duri. Second take the cuffs on. Upside down was not good. I don't have any experience using handcuffs except wearing them experience. You can look it up. But the, but the guy told me the real bail was like, hey, man, don't put them if you don't see the keel when you put them on on up side down in their bitch to get off. And so when the door shut in the courtroom that was cut in in soon as I put him on the like, dammit, it was Clint Eastwood door shuts. And I was like Clint we got problem. So Jake, Jake. It's like I put the cuffs on down. Oh, jake. It's okay. Take such a sweet, it's okay. Take your time. And I was like, well, here's the deal, you're eighty eight and I don't know. Well, yeah. So this is gonna this is gonna take I got one leg Clinton. Whatever in he. 'cause in Clinton remember me from sniper, and the whoever this was getting the sound of that movie. I guarantee you had a great five or six minutes. Just listen, dude. I love it. I like I don't have a lot of book at list items. But I'm telling you if I could pick one I just wanna do something anything with Clint Eastwood. And I'm like one degree of separation from the man like, I'm connected. I'm right there. But I just want like this. Let me let me just beat somewhere in the back back there on a Clinton movie. Run out of running out of time. He'll probably live to be a hundred say live all of us, dude. Solid such such a guard. He's tough do still standing up said of the meals twelve fourteen hour days never sat down me. It's just the he's sweet you have super homo guys. Comedian loves the message people. Yeah. And and like you said like, I'm friends with various guys that you know, in the stunt community in the stunt world. And they, you know, the done they've worked with Clinton or done a lot of different projects with clan or they they've doubled for Clinton things like that. I'm like, oh, that'd be a dream. Come true. Just a dream. I mean, I've just fan. He's a that was the coolest thing about cyber like, I don't get starstruck. Yeah. I just never have. Yeah. I'm same way. But there's some people just like Clint like we're making snipers were making a movie about legend pass in that, Chris, obviously. But with a living legend to people that I've met that was like shit. It was Clint Eastwood Willie Nelson. Yeah. I got starstruck for some George strait and had that. That sounds like a complete. I like I'm reasonably good with words until I shook George strait's hand. It's crazy to like you fall apart at the worst. It's denver. It's never ideal situation you show up and you meet someone and it's like have no idea. What the hell just came out a man, no language that was and I'm going to apologize. The see. I'm I got what I have on my side, those I I got blown up apter Matt Brennan. Not forget shit all the time. In my years, still wringing not to hit Jake. You got a for. It's funny. We know TB. We know like. Yep. Till I die. Now. That's funny. The first time ever met Glenn Beck in English. A pretty big guy. You know, he's got big, man. He's people don't realize. And I went to shake his hand. And my hand kind of like if I don't go deep, I got small hands. So if I don't go deep, it becomes a real fishy. Girly hand. She's like a little. Yeah. It's like it's like a little little. I'm just kind of in the palm a bunch of bananas. Right. Pets shaking, Rex exactly. So here's what Glenn says to me. I go in and go shallow. Right. I don't get in there. He grabs me too quick. And he's like that. That was a terrible handshake. Let's do that again. Reshape his hand reshaped Beck's hand. I know. Yeah. He's a good. Really? Realize Glen, Glenn one of those geniuses that live on a different line is and people, you know, they got mad at him because he wasn't supporting Trump back in the day. But you know, what Glenn Glenn humbled and sevi- came out. And he said, look, I was wrong. I messed up, and this was you know, Glen was going through some stuff that was going on in his head. They they basically diagnosed him with the same kind of deal where they said you have the same. Brian traumas is going on with a lot of folks that are dealing with this type syndrome. He went and got the same treatment in a lot of veterans go. And that's it's important. The brought that up people realize is that more people have posted actress than don't sure you're after it doesn't take getting shot at her being blown up post, MAC stress. Yeah. That's the thing is that the human brain is the human brain. Yeah. Which and this is different. This is different. But same in this an interesting thing because I had Mike written navy seal. And of course, he was he trained seal dogs, and you know, and he's still dog trainer. And he has this kennel where they basically these retired military dogs come back. They've seen action overseas, and he puts them out and read. Rather than put the dog down. Which is you know, he lets them kind of retire into their little and learn how to be dogs again as it should. So it becomes almost like the dog comes home with with traumatic stress. Yeah. Because they spent Sniffen bombs, and they've been around this stuff, and they've always been machine, you know, that two-dimensional mind that a dog has and they come home. The brains are weird thing. I don't I don't care if you're and again, we're talking about human brain, which is significantly crazy. Right, man. Yeah. It's it's and it's it's the we come back to the fear of the unknown not not knowing, and that's we're fifty years behind Hartill when it comes to brain. And what you said earlier is so significant because you said, you train the way you fight you become mechanical in it in a lot of ways, you're trained to react and respond in a way that this is natural this happens. That's why you train you. Don't just go in there. And hope you have the instinct us Muslim. Yeah. So now, you're now your brain has been programmed a certain way to go into warrior mode in that. Guard compress out of that. Trust me brew drive in this traffic a lot. I know there's do lot of a lot of breathing breathing a lot of Navas day shit. You have to his traffic NAMA stace shit for real though homeowner every day, you know, home, dude. If I didn't I would you would be hearing about me on the news for batteries because it's. Just the human condition. It's real dislike if you if you know, you're coming up to an exit and it's a mile away. Don't stay in the F ING fastlane until you're ten feet from the exit. That's why there's traffic, ladies and gentlemen. That's right. It's most for my leg of your car. Almost. Almost how imagine somebody driving down the highway right here. All of a sudden a foot, his your she? Out feel. Tax payers pay for pay taxes too. So it's crazy. And it's funny. Yeah. No. I bet we've derailed. I bet. All right. Let's do some breathing exercises. We're going to get the hell outta here. Twenty two kill dot com. That is to to kill dot com. Don't ever ever changed that name? I know you all eleven I love the name of it. I love the mission everything about it. And I appreciate you, buddy. Thank you. Go. Check them out support them. Hang out. Follow Jacob Schick. Hey, go watch the stars born again because now you're like, oh that guy. That's the guy was. Yeah. And don't look we come on don't play humble now. A homeless is we were acting. I don't need to hear how many hauling into Stephan about me yelling. I love it, dude. But you did a hell of a job. It was great. You were believing hell of a job. Yeah. Because I because I saw I was like that looks like Jacob Schick. But I mean, we you and I had never known each other. Personally. I've seen pictures. I've played pictures. Now is that? But then I realized I was like a bed. It was because you were in America's hyper the funniest part about that. Like a four hour Goshi on my hair and beard links. Really? Yeah. Because the middle of a bet with Bergman Ryan pairs Gasol buddy of mine, and I call them from the makeup trailer. Ryan, I need a truce. It's like what they're saying half the trim by her for this role. Like, nope. You lose would you lose, bro? No don't. So. So anyway, they tried to make lady did a good job. But funny, we we ended up. He let me skate, but then like two months later, we call the truce anyway rebel are looking like hippies. Beautiful. All right. Jacob Schick twenty two kill thanks for coming on buddy. Thanks for the time. And it's a pleasure, bro. Really as tall in anchors people seriously share this episode because a lot of pearls of wisdom tossed around out there. And there is help I know feed people feel like they're helpless. You're not and you're not hopeless, and you are worth something. I don't care what you've been through. You are worth something in and get the help that you need don't compare your problems. Everybody else thinking that your problems not as significant let your problems your problem. You're you and how you react to in. How you handle it is different from somebody else. Some people can go through a hell of a lot of stuff, and it doesn't faze him. And you go through it just you be you. And I think that's the takeaway on this thing. So get the help you need do the talk and you need to do and talk to the right people. So, you know, here at the Chad Prager show, we love you. That's how we care about. And God bless you talk to you next time.

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Ep 307 | The Next Generation of Conservative Leaders

The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 307 | The Next Generation of Conservative Leaders

"As part exam. Welcome to another episode Chad prager show we're here in the mothership studio twenty, two, the puppet master mark driving us into the weekend at the helm mark. Do you have big plans? Do you miss going to the hockey? Games? Yeah I do miss it and It's very different. Now, I've been watching some of the. Of the playoffs and just haven't fans are just really changes everything like it's so last night I was watching hockey. I, was having dinner I was sitting at sitting at a bar in sports bar sitting there having dinner and I was watching hockey basketball and baseball all at the same time and I'm watching the virtual fans in the. Right that it's just weird to me. Yeah Hockey's I think the only big now that that's not doing that actually kind of like it because I don't know just. Yes. Kinda weird. Well, the the the thing with basketball is it's creepy. You're watching all these real creepy looking people and I'm like, why can't you just put images of normal people of there are no that they have the motion in the movement and that SORTA helps them but they're not not even we'll looking people there. Proportionately sized off and stuff and. It's just a new world order stuff. That's go. I don't like it. Candice. What'd you think about our episode with Alex Jones? I really liked I was really excited for that and you know who knows what's next I think we kinda exposed the humanity of Alex Jones it was very surprising interview. Yeah I really enjoyed it. because. People were like, did you get into go crazy? Did you get him go nuts I was like I really wasn't after that? He was pretty like down to Earth which just you know twenty twenty is full of surprises and I texted you the other night I want to do another Epstein special because it was something that he triggered in my thinking that just kind of took me down the rabbit hole while I was thinking about some things last night. And I WANNA. Go back and revisit because I've always said there's a connection between this corona virus stuff and Jeffrey Epstein and he said something that triggered in me and I was like that makes sense. That totally makes sense. So I think there's an another expose. Jeffrey Epstein the gift that keeps on giving their research has already begun yet good Sarah Gonzalez is over in the purba she's hanging out with our buddy Reagan read and welcome to the show. Reagan thanks for hanging out with US I know that you're just excited to be over there talking and. Sarah that is a lovely shirt. You're wearing kill I appreciate it. It's kind of my favorite shirt right now now is that the guy that had the standoff Swat? I believe so. Looks nothing like him though if you look mugshot. It's really weird. Let me tell you. I had the standoff with Swat fault the law. And the law won. I didn't shoot the sheriff. Right. Maybe I. Did shoot share put it wasn't the deputy. And everybody Chris Collins hanging out over here in hot seat. Welcome to the show. Thanks for coming in Texas. Youth Summit we'RE GONNA. Have some fun today. Whether you want to or not. Chat. Thank you so much for having me on it and really appreciate all you do around the state. Thank you buddy. We're GONNA have fun. We're GONNA. We're GONNA talk about you. We're GonNa talk about what you got coming up and some of the things that you've done and I like I like to bring guys like you on and you and I got gotTa. Know each other recently had a fantastic lunch. We'll talk about that. But there's so many unsung people out there who maybe don't get the recognition that I think they should who are behind the scenes who make conservatism happen? Yeah. In the state of Texas, you're one of those guys. And I think that you're also one of those guys who helped can help people get involved to WanNa, get involved that just don't know how yeah. So you got some big things coming up. We're going to talk about all of that as we get into this episode so. Before we go to break it before we get down into the deep stuff, I want to remind everybody tack pack is the Premier monthly subscription box four, military tactical, and Prepar, and second amendment enthusiasts for only forty, nine, ninety, five, a month you're GONNA get at least a hundred bucks worth of gear sometimes up to a hundred fifty or two hundred dollars worth of stuff from different companies like five eleven, sons, of liberty, gun works, mission first. Tactical Armor SPEC and a whole lot more. They're going to send out ar fifteen parts and accessories. Tools knives geared keep you prepared for when the poo hits the fan and it smearing all over the wall right now? Hey, this September pack is full of Ar Gear, a self defense piece from C. K., rt that could really come in handy during these wild crazy times. The past three months have been sold out early. So get signed up for the September pack you don't WanNa have to wait. All the way till October, get your first PAC. Get it right now. Do it a set use the Promo Code Chad at checkout to receive a free extra bag of tactical goodies shipped out with your first PAC. So don't wait. There's things are flying off the shelves go to Tack Pack Dot Com that's Ta Pack, Dot Com, sign up and use offer code Chad we will be right back A. Christian you wrote a good book man. Oh thanks so much for that. Really appreciate that I finished second win right and I I read. I read the I'm horrible with book titles right I read the books in my wife will say what are you reading and I'm like I has digital like I can't remember the title because it won't be up at the top I can't just close the deal if I'm reading it on an IPAD but I read. Your actual paper book I read so good stuff on that. Thank you so much. Yeah. Second one is a metaphor for runner's high and I've done some long distance running and I know that when you get a point, a breaking point where you just get really tired, you WANNA keep going. So this is a faith based book and it's not just for runners. It's for anybody that needs a second chance and sometimes we. Have things in life that causes to lose faith maybe through no fault of our own sometimes and so I was I've been right there and that's why I think the book appeal to me so much because people who know my story? No, there were there have been times in my life where I kinda crawled into that proverbial cave and just felt like die. Yeah. King. David did where he's nobody got no friends I. Ain't got nobody loves me. So I'm just GONNA crawling here in die right and you find out that God kind of has a bigger plan for you and he snatches you out of there and spank shown bud a little bit. Yeah. That's set you up. Well in God's obviously used you I mean look what he's doing through you. So and I can say that in my life that there's sometimes there's been setbacks. Were unfortunate. But when you keep going, you can run. Then, you've ever run before and so this is a three, hundred, sixty, five day devotional. Just. Little stories philosophies break it down in bite size a little bit every day and just give people little shot in the arm to keep going. Yes. See I'm one of those guys like Oswald Chamber's utmost for his highest i. just read it all. Instead of doing one a day just kept reading it. Devotional books and stuff like that. Are that are supposed to every day or I'm horrible on that I'm like you know what I'm GonNa go ahead and get a full year of inspiration right now. So that's that's sort of the way I approached your book as well. I love it the man I was just talking to somebody last night and I think, I'm GonNa give you a copy of your book because. I am not going to give them that copy because you sign that one for me I but they were just talking about they said I'm almost you know I'm almost forty. And I know my potential. I know. I've got it but I just don't have anything. To give I like I. Don't feel like my life amounting to anything. Right. And it's one of those things they just really felt hopeless and helpless on that deal on. Mike. Now you got. There's a lot of people that are at that place, but maybe sometimes God isn't going to change our circumstances. Necessarily, but what he's going to do is to give us new strength and to Change Our paradigm opened up the eyes of heart to be able to see things in a different way and when he can do that through our lives than we can. Approach our situations are circumstances with new energy and we're excited about what we're doing and we can really start to make a difference. There's always some way that we can help people serve others and make a difference and make the world a better place, and that's what I hope to inspire people to do. Yeah and you're doing it yourself. So Texas youth. summit. You've got a huge event is coming up. You've done a lot of different things you worked on several different CAMPAN's. Name, campaigns of for the State of Texas and on the National Level of the folks that you've worked with. Sure. Thanks for asking. I've worked with Governor Greg Abbott started out as a field director right out of Grad School then worked for Senator Cruises presidential campaign and traveled the country with Rossio crews a Ted Cruz father and He's to remind got to spend hundreds of hours with them in the car and on plane rides, and that man can easily he was seventy seven at the time just had so much energy and I love working with him. Afterward, I went to work as Congressman Kevin Brady's campaign manager, and now currently still advise him and also get advise Congressman Dan Crenshaw there in CD to there in Houston. So great great man and I love getting to just do what I can to in. A small part make a difference in those arenas and you know what? As a young person as a young man and I don't say that condescendingly I say that admiringly because you jump right into it like you said as a a unit, you know with the gubernatorial campaign working with Greg Abbott me right out of Grad school and you haven't slowed down her look back and as such you've had a platform that you've built to influence this next generation this young generation that's coming along. Tell me about that and I wanNA know do you feel hopeful about the next generation because I think they catch a Lotta garbage I think they catch a lot of crap yeah and and I really enjoy getting to work with the youth and one thing I would always tell them that we can learn a lot by serving under someone else's vision you know and I got to Rossio Cruz I've got to serve Kevin Brady, and done everything I can to just serve people with honor and be loyal and and do what I can to live that out. And then when you are faithful with little, you get to be doing a lot more things oftentimes, and in my case I started Texas Youth Summit I've been a college teacher teaching at a local community college and for six years. Now, that's one of the things I've done to supplement my income. It's so much fun and I love working with young people have started a college ministry. And for a while I really wondered if I was wanting to be hip pastor because my dad was a pastor. Recently watched the movie amazing grace and William Wilberforce in recognize that we can do ministry wherever we go. We don't have to just do ministry and Vocational type of setting we can do ministry in politics we and it's not the same way it's not you know you're not talking in religious platitudes all the time, but you're doing what you can to be salt and light to make a difference and so. Working with youth the so much fun for me because they teach me so much they're in a stage where they're the most impressionable in their entire lives, and they really need to learn the right thing so that they can go in the right direction. So I've gotten to speak at high schools and different colleges and universities and church groups and homeschool groups, and and what I've learned is that they want to make a difference they wanna get involved in. The political process, and so I started Texas Youth Summit to give them a platform in an opportunity to interact with people like yourself. You're going to be speaking there September nineteenth we got Candice Owens, Charlie Kirk and Allie Beth's duckie she's with the blaze of course and deplorable choir our friends cj congressman Dan Crenshaw is going to be there so it can really make a difference for these young people to interact with some of these very talented special people. That can change the trajectory of their lives and they impart something on them. It's not just them getting to take a picture with them but maybe just a two minute one minute conversation with one of these special people can really change their lives and that's what I hope to do. This is a hub and we want to connect them with great groups where they can go out and join make a difference and the political activists I wanNA, courage them that they can get involved by even running for office I. Mean Abraham Lincoln was twenty two years old when he first ran for office. Yeah. A lot of the framers of the Constitution James. Madison and others they were very young and and many designers were under the age of thirty five. So my message to young people is that look you can make a difference. You can really make a difference and don't doubt yourself. Yeah. SEE NOW PARTY FOULS, Steve or here Sarah. This would be the point and the show where he would feel like an underachiever. Because he turned fifty in a week and he knows that he's never done really anything in his life. You know I'm sorry that I can't fill his. All more honor. Thankfully. He's on the head writer show. Deal I am at twenty one, million homes every night you know people do subscribe to the blaze for me and Glenn Beck. Yes. That's a pretty big deal. So Dude I don't think that there's might take you and I. Just give the listeners and viewers backstory. So you got to know each other CJ ingles said connected us we met down in Was it conroe conroe Texas conroe Texas at Joe's Italian restaurant. Fantastic. Is the. Man Salt of the Earth. Great Story. Great. Business Guy. A Guy who has supported first responders. Just just been there for people. I. Mean taking care of people through this pandemic stuff. And we were sitting there and what they brought out like a salad. We were like, okay. We're going to have a salad. Yeah, and then they brought out appetizers. Okay. Well, we're going to have an appetite brings out this trae like this like literally thirty six inches around with every food imaginable. And then he's I mean, I, don't even remember the order of all of this stuff that was coming out and then there's pasta dishes and then there's desserts and. We're. Wine and I mean we're just hanging out. Just gorging ourselves. On this incredible food talking about the future and talking about Texas politics and talking about this generation. and. I've always said you know my heart has always been the nation's and the generations. Yeah. Right and I think you and I found some common ground in that because spent a lot of my life in foreign countries and third. World countries working with young people there. I've spent a lot of time. I spent a lot of time working with young adults as well as teenagers. And my thing has always been. You know we're one generation away from some really negative stuff if we don't continue to impact. This generation. Right you know Ronald Reagan who said what conservatism is what generation away from. Extinction in it so is Christianity. So is I. Mean you off the thing that matters to you your generation away from we are. We have to fight to preserve liberty because it's not gas down in the bloodline where we have to fight for it because it's only one generation away from extinction is what Ronald Reagan said, right so true and you see. These days that we have so many people particularly in the academic world starting to embrace these ideas of socialism. Yeah. Do you do you see? That in some this corona virus rhetoric that's know like a as a community. We can do this together and like I just here, socialism. In a lot of that stuff you know what I'm saying like together, we can conquer all of this stuff. It really starting to steal our individuality. Do you think the young generations kind of buying into that in some ways or what's your take on that? Yeah. Good question. I think young people want to resist coercion they do not like coercion. So there's lots of young people that I think are very skeptical of of any government entity that would want to shutdown churches or shutdown restaurants and bars and. They're very skeptical and rightfully so. And there are some people that are just scared and they don't know what's going on and and they're sincere and being scared because they this is unprecedented. We're going through a a pandemic of. Unlike any other we've ever seen in our generation. So we there's never been a shutdown maybe there have been worse situations that have gone on I I don't know if the swine flu was considered worse than this or not but. There were never any shut down. So I think a lot of people are very scared but there's also a lot of them that like I was saying that are very skeptical, and so I think we need to be able to connect with them on the issues and if you look at what's going on in this country right now with the the the burning down of of Cities The tearing down of statues, the attacking the police officers destroying the businesses. Many of these people that are doing that our youth and they're very misguided people and they've been taught very leftist ideology from. Entities like the new. York Times and. A lot of these education institutions and I differentiate between a liberal or leftist I. think those are two different things because there are a lot of good liberal people and we may disagree I'm a conservative you're conservative about how to make the country better bright. But these leftist hate America and they think America's a mistake and that we have to cut America down to size it can't be the superpower in the world and its imperialistic and all of the founding fathers say were slave owners. So therefore, everything that they did was terrible. And I think that's really problematic because if they're attacking the founding fathers so much it's only a matter of time until they start to attack the document, the constitution, the bill of rights, the Declaration of Independence, all of the documents that these founding fathers forged. And so there's a lot at stake young people are listening to Bernie. Sanders and Ao see and Eamonn Omar, and these are the vessels for socialism and of course, socialism is the vehicle for Communism and so they're making these young messengers are making socialism very appealing to so many people and if the government shutdown and if the the businesses are shut down and therefore they. Can't work. They can't work and they're getting paid more on unemployment than they are doing what they have to do. I worked two jobs through high school college and Grad School and if they're making more on unemployment than they are you know doing what you gotTa do I worked at Heb check and groceries I mean. There's all different kinds of things that I did You know if you're making more on unemployment doing something like that. Yeah. Of course, she wanted to get your check from the government and that's very appealing for a lot of people and there's a lot of people don't want to go back to work. Yeah. It's a scary thing. Scary I I got some questions I'm not sure. But Ballistic Hey, listen. I know there's folks out there who are discovering this nightmare, which is known as home title theft people don't even know that they're a victim of home title fraud, which is a devastating crime. It can cost you your home and it's not covered by your insurance not by common identity theft services. 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You have a young child in the world when you look at the climate and the landscape 'cause you deal with the news every day. And some of its humorous. Some of it is well. I. Say humorous. It's laughable right Some of it is just downright scary. Christmas saying. What's your take as a as a as a mom? Of of. What soon to be two young boys an. Do. You feel about that. You know it's interesting because I, listen to Christian talk and it gives me hope for the younger generation because otherwise aside from that, it's terrifying. It's terrifying to live in this world in two thousand twenty. You know when we decided to embark on a journey of having another child, this was like pre corona virus, pre everything crazy going down, and now we look back in hindsight and we're like. How would we have made the same decision I mean obviously, this child will be loved and obviously he was wanted. But you look in hindsight and you're like, this probably wasn't a great time to bring new life into the world. There are so many uncertainties. People burning down buildings there are people rioting. Our rights are under attack left and right, and it's like. Probably wasn't the best time in hindsight. Now and seeing how the even the younger generation is coming out like. Cheap. Really I. Mean they're they're like sheep listening to what's being fed to them and following through on it without giving any regard for any other actual information and so it's it's very terrifying. It's it's extremely terrifying something that scares me all the time every day that I've actually had a hard time I've been struggling with is just What am I gonNA do with two boys if things don't change. What am I GONNA do? Well, that's one of the reasons while I'm around your son. I'm you know we'll fist-bump it will hug and we in and I love some. Chad I like the Pope Fund with him a little bit. I'm let him fun back and we have a good time. Right because I. I like for boys to be boys. You know I like for boys to be. Play in the mud. Stick into a gun animal Barbie doll they're gonNA bend at the waist, turn it into a gun. You know that's that's just what boys do. Right? That's not all boys but you know what I'm saying I'm speaking in in stereotypes here just a broad generalization. And one of the things that I appreciate about our founding fathers as you alluded to. Why were Benjamin Franklin why we're George Washington was Alexander Hamilton Lower James, Madison why we're all these men why were they so smart in? So many of them at such a young age so accomplished. And in fact, matter is they hung around with a lot of adults they spent time being mentored by a lot of adults you talked about traveling around the country with Rafael Cruz Rafael, Cruz impacts me everytime around him. I I know the man I don't know the man I've been with him. We've done a few events together I've heard rafeal. I've heard pastor Cruz pray over a meal and bring tears to my eyes just praying over a meal and I'm like this guy who's been through persecution in Cuba. Has Seen Communism and socialism. It felt the direct pain from it. and here's a guy who who's broken and then you see a leader like Ted Cruz and you know what? Quote stock he comes out of a and Ted. Cruz was smartest guys in America whether people realize it or not one of the smartest people in America and see that trend of here's a WHO had a father like that. You know who who mentored him and spent time with him and and and just how and so that's why I have hope for the next generation to the degree that we can spend time with our young men are young women. And treat them like they're real people like they're not shouldn't be talked down to. Condescended to you got some you're gonNA say well, I was just GonNa say I completely agree with you but I think we also have to make sure because I think a large part of it too is that we're not teaching them history anymore and they have no perspective and no context as to what's going on right now. So you know someone doesn't. Get something for free and they think that it equals oppression because they have no idea what depression really is where we came from you know the history of the founding of this country or even the history of what's happened in other countries, and so I think that teaching kids history and teaching them where they came from is a really really big huge part. Of making sure that they understand how fortunate they are to live in this country and don't take it for granted and don't listen to someone telling them. You should go riot in the streets because you know someone told you that you're pressed I. Mean I just think that it's it's something that's really where we're losing sight of very rapidly and you know it's My hope that people like Christian here can can make sure that the young people don't lose sight of that entirely because it's so important and it's I'm thankful everyday for for guys like Christian, because let me tell you to do do events like you do with the Texas. Youth Summit you bring in a Dan Crenshaw you bring in you know these various. Charlie Kirk you bring in Ali study one of the smartest young women that's out there you bring in Kansas so and of course, one of the smart women this out there and and you You. You do stuff like you tag cj in me on there and I'm like, what are you doing? What are you thinking? This were fun. But yeah. But you you do that you're one of the main speakers. Pressure Chat. So reading the Declaration of independence. So give it your best shot one message to change those kids I've. Always said, whenever folks every time I've ever had an opportunity to speak particularly to the next generation and there's been a lot of opportunities over the years I have a phrase I say tomorrow I die. So in other words, I have one chance because because tomorrow I may I physically but I I these kids may never see me ever again. And there's a good chance they won't. So tomorrow I di-. I have one chance before I die to make an impact on that and and I think that that's the mindset that says you know that's how important the message has to be. You. Don't frivolously waste that opportunity to go in there and be able to do that. So I want to say publicly thank you for having me at the event I'm looking forward to it. It's next month. September eighteenth the nineteenth. And where are you going to hold it at? Where's it? Going to be we were concerned with all of the shutdowns that maybe there would be some shutdown if we picked a hotel so we have a a pastor. By the name of Pastor Steve Riggle who's graciously allowed us to use his church grace woodland's, and so we're having it there by no means is he going to shut down? We have conservative leadership so. It's GonNa. Be Great Yeah I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO HIS Conditioning, yeah. That's really art as long as there's air conditioning. Week in my old age. Any Week. You are you. You know you look at these things are. Going to going to put you on the spot. See I'm always say I'm always saying the Christian when we've talked about is okay. So when are you running for office right? Because I know what you've talked you've talked about. Did you should you have pastored have gone into Vocational Ministry in that regard and you know I. D have those political aspirations that are out there for running for office I I definitely, do I made it no secret that I've always had it in my heart. So one day run for office, but it has to be the right timing because timing is everything. There's so many variables that go into making a winning campaign and I think name ID is definitely important. You you need to have. Financing money of course, and you have to have a certain measure of charisma. You have to be able to capture the right message. You have to be able to to understand the circumstances and situations around you. Nassar Tain. Discern. Understand how to best capitalize on the situations to move forward and we look at the two, thousand, sixteen race and Donald Trump really captured. Anger that people felt that had balled up for seven or eight years. Under. Brock Obama and conservatives were fed up and we couldn't take it anymore and so we we wanted to get back to what our country was supposed to be and he captured a message this idea of make America. Great again because we were on manage declined for a long time and Republicans and Democrats alike had just they were the establishment they were letting our country's sink into abyss and Donald trump really sought to economically militarily in every way. Make us the world superpower again to be strong to be great again, and he captured a message and so in every campaign, you have to have a message that really resonates with the people and I think getting to serve under a lot of great men I've understood that pool well, and it takes relationships. Yeah. That's the other thing is you gotTa have the right relationships and you gotta be able to make relationships with a lot of interesting diverse. People to make broad coalitions and understand those coalitions fool and well yeah to be successful. Yeah. Well Texas Youth Summit Dot? com is where people can find more information. He didn't get your book on that website as well. Second one book Dotcom Wind, book. Thank you so much for that plug on a percent man so great stuff. I highly encourage people to grab it it. It's a tool, the beauty of books like that. If you use it year after year after year, it's it's a great book. So yeah, it's I'm excited about what you're doing and and excited about what you've already done. I went sat down with Christian because. I wanted your input. I wanted your wisdom. I want I said, Hey, look giving some consideration to run for governor the state. I know some of the things you've done advise me and that was one of the things man you gave me some solid stuff and you still do yeah. Still do in how I'm interested to know what would you do differently if you were governor yeah. Well you know everybody has a it's like, Mohammed Ali said everybody has a plan until they get hit right and one of the things is and we've discussed this I don't WanNa be that goes putting his finger up in the wind and say, okay which ways it blowing, right And listening to the cronies that are in their in your ear telling you what you want to hear. Right. We talk a little bit more about that. Let's take a quick break. We'll come right back. Now, I, think that when it comes to this corona virus thing I am let's say have always been a big fan of Greg Abbott. A Big Fan of Greg Abbott, I appreciate it Greg Abbott Vote for Greg Abbott, couple of times in fact. supported Greg, Abbott I remember when Greg, Abbott? Season or so ago throughout the first pitch, the Rangers game and I was like, you know what? That's my governor I like that Guy Lot I, like that guy. I don't aid for me. I just felt like. Through. All of this corona virus stuff a lot of stuff that was going on I said. I don't feel like we're giving people. Liberty to make their own decisions and and make their own and be responsible. I think what I wish that any leader would come out and do is, say you know what you're an adult? I expect you to be responsible. What we're facing is real. What we're facing is infectious and contagious. It's dangerous to a lot of people. The numbers are what they are. I WANNA encourage you to take responsibility to do what needs to be done to take care of you take care of your family take care of the folks around you. I think as a community as Texans I think people would have stood up and they would have taken it a lot better rather than saying, okay, we're GONNA shut your businesses down. We're GONNA shut your You know we're GonNa shut the bars and the restaurants live music venues. We're going to kill an economy. We're GONNA hurt this and that and people were going to lose a lot of things and we're going to drive numbers up like depression we're gonNA drive suicides up and domestic abuse and things like that. Those are the kind of things that I feel like the end result are whenever you would you look at people and you almost treat them like they're children that can make their own decisions now that being said I, also recognize. Where people and we do dumb things way do dumb things. But I I get real antsy when I started hearing words like mandate requirements and I gotTa do this and I gotta do that and it's just so weird to me man when I'm walking down the street downtown Fort Worth cow town and I see these signs that are pasted on the sidewalk that say you know social distance and together we can you know and these people are walking around with their. Cartoon people with masks on and stuff and do not enter here without a matter. The twilight zone. It's insane dude and I've never we had doctors on here with virologists on here. WE'VE HAD WE'VE had folks on here and we in the same conclusion real infectious mortality rates not what they predicted. It was GONNA be and I. Think if we could have looked at it and said, you know this is this is the state we live in we dictate I I said all the time. I'm like you know people keep saying well, you all need to be more like, south. Dakota one our population's a lot greater than south. Dakota. That's one to we're Texas we should be the standard bearer. We should be the one because they don't. You don't have South Dakota toast you don't have south. Dakota. Flag Bathing suits, right? Right. Don't have South Dakota waffle irons. We have Texas waffle irons by God. Texas is the center of the Universe is far as people come to America they want to Texas, right right. So I think that we could have communicated that a little bit better. I still WANNA believe in. Greg Abbott. weird things have been communicated that just don't make sense to me. there's a lot of speculation. There's a lot of rumors that are going around out there you and I've talked about that I don't believe him. Yeah. I don't believe him. I still choose to believe the good in people I. Don't I. Don't think that avid woke up one morning and said, you know what? Thank I've got to be a communist today as nonsense. Is there anything that he can do to redeem himself with you? I think there are plenty of things that he could do I think communication is key. I. Think coming out and be in being the relational governor that I feel like he has been in the past I I don't need I don't need to hear. It said through Elon Musk I don't need to hear it said through some of these Californians that are bringing their businesses in here I. That's fine There's just some better ways of communicating than I. Think I could that I think he could I I don't think he can right now because I think the die has been cast and he's not going to turn around on what he said at this point what do you? Think's going to happen after November third after the election with? This whole pandemic. What is your prediction? Well, Joe. Biden and gets elected I. Think this thing mysteriously disappeared cared I. think it I. think it mysteriously goes away in a big big way. Would you ever take vaccine that No. They're going to have to run that through a whole lot of bodies before I see it but I don't think I would. I just don't think I would because first of all. I've taken like a flu vaccine before in the past I'm married to a nurse Practitioner of course, I get the pressure to do all of those things, right? But. Even that I'm not sitting around going yeah. Let's go find some chemicals to pump in. Yeah. You know what? I mean well, Bill Gates's fronting this I mean he couldn't care the viruses on our. Well I encourage people if you missed if you missed the episode, we did with Alex Jones go back and watch that there's a pretty interesting takes on that about how not only this thing or these these viruses were created years ago and the different strains of them and what they were capable of doing and why but also the vaccines that were created years ago. there's just a matter of saying, okay. We gotTA match this up with this and and go from there. So it's pretty interesting and then you hear people like Bill Gates and a lot of these billionaires who have had summits talking about population control. Is a little bit. It's a little bit scary to see him waiting this charge. All over the news for yeah, it is, and again I'm one of those guys Sarah believe the best and people I do but man, oh, man Oh, man, the further you go down in the rabbit hole you're like. It is and then you get called a conspiracy theorist but you're like I'm just looking at all the facts and putting them into context and putting them together. I don't know what else to do right for me to do it Christian. Here's something said to somebody last night. I said if I was a billionaire, you were billionaire you probably own your own island right? You'd have your own private island I mean, that's what you do. I would I would like to. Write. My island billionaire. These guys do so. If you were with a group of billionaires. What if you just said how `bout let's just only earth and call it our island aright unless maybe bring the population down to a manageable three billion, you know three or four billion. Let's do that in its our island so to speak. So if you have that mindset of I'm going to own my piece of the planet. Well, hell why don't you just on the planet? So that's what scares me because I know that mindset already exists and if you can get enough of them together, then one up why don't they just own it all it's also people. who think that we are doing all the damage by having children and contributing to climate change and were were going to kill ourselves because there's too much of us So would stand to reason that they would want to reduce it for those reasons as well. Right? Argued against Overpopulation since the early nineties when I was at the University of Georgia used to write some op ed pieces on that because again, the issue is not a population, it's a religion problem you go to the reason there's overpopulation people are starving is because they worshiped the rats that eat the grain that are on the trains and they don't have the food so you understand 'CAUSE I. Surely, and so you you can't. It's a population problem because it's religion problem vase from has religion from there's plenty of space on this planet for seven and a half billion people that are here. And many many more so that being said, that's a whole other issue and get into how about you lineup for the vaccine. I figured you were. Unfortunately not. I'm a little. Concerned with with what's going on but You know I hope that there is a good vaccine produced by good. you know I just a little skeptical of certain people and I will not accept vaccines. From certain people that. I don't think I mean bill. Gates. Perhaps vaccines that have been created and gone through everything and. We want to see. The results of this I? Yeah. You know naturally, there's some herd immunity going on anyway. Yeah there is. We're not seeing the same thing here in Texas, for instance, that people were seeing Italy and even in China at some point in time. Hey y'all hank beer back. Man Oh. Man Oh man Christian thanks for coming on here man Texas, Youth Summit. Dot. com. What's the best way for people to get involved with what you got going on sure. We haven't donor reception and if people want to be apart meet the speakers and hear from them and mingle with them. So people that are older can be a part of that. But this event is free offered free the some itself the education part. The rally. So forth, it's it's free to youth anybody that's high school or college age. So it'll be an incredible event and again Chad we're so excited to have you apart and. Thank you for joining Your Voice. Thank you. I can't wait dude I got I got I think I know where I'm going with it and when I when I get to that point I know I can just Kinda hone where my mind is I. Get excited I get excited. So I just say really quickly I appreciate you allowing someone old. He's a turning-point. Organizations he's. Acting and mentor virtually. Cool. Virtually Yeah, it feels weird to get old. It does I just go to sleep on the toilet at night and year old times. I feel pretty good I feel. Pregnant things are falling apart. Well. No. I encourage people come join. US come join us for that thing anytime you get an opportunity to to kind of sit under the tutelage of Dan Crenshaw or Charlie Kirker or Candice Alley I mean all those folks it's it's a blessing you're going to enjoy free. So get your young people involved, get them their travel and get a group together if it's the church if it's your. Organization if it's young Republicans there at the. Or whatever Komo load them up, bring them on, get them on the bus and bring him down there. We're going to have fun. We're going to hang with you and is going to be a lot of fun. So I'm looking forward to thanks for having me on. Thanks for coming and one thing I love about your show is you can make anybody interesting just because you got away with people. Man I it's like a gift. It's stupid. People on we do vision and I'm GONNA keep ringing your ear dude because I love the fact that I'll say things and you'll be like you know what I think. You could say this better than that and I'm like you're right one, hundred percent. So thank you for that. You have I've told you this you have carte blanche free input with me. So thank you for doing that for the chat breakthrough show. We love you guys Texas YOU SUMMIT DOT Com. Loving God. Bless you. Man Thank you so much. Fun Fun.

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Ep 395 | The Post-Truth Era

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Ep 395 | The Post-Truth Era

"Hey it is part. Time to another episode of the chad prager. Show here from the mothership. Just studio twenty two chance. The soloist ginger rapper. Driving us into the nether regions of all things historical narrative that is being revised candies. The queen of the ones our favorite jamaican ken and candice. Candice look over your shoulder Silent dear it's the same face. Schalke made the ninth truck booth areas. He's so beautiful. Regal elegant dead tested positive for corona buyers. Lisa bagley speech made me do how are you. I'm good how are y'all good to get your car totaled. They get it total job waiting on there that satisfaction area call you crazy rich white woman how to wreck that nobody cares about. I missed that comments. I gave it to them. That hate speech. Did you report them. Well what we've what we've learned in the last week is that we don't cancel people. We hold them accountable. That's what it is. They're not being canceled their just being held accountable Which is why the texas legends. Steve helms is a career is just like in a tank right now what. What were the motivational tapes. I'm ready to go no tanked. He's he's being held accountable I i got we. We got so deep into stuff last night on the episode. If you missed it. I want you to go. Jason buster was with us along with sarah gonzalez as well as these two children heads in a scary world related and scare while we're living in it a little bit lighter tonight. Some people lost their minds. Catholic my heels together. Three times. And i'm hoping i'm getting home. You're still disappointed that you learn the ending to the wizards piss still the ending. I really don't you still the the you've never seen the wizard of oz two thousand times. They'll just the dog. Willie gets the chocolate factory. I mean i've seen the whole. That is a real creepy movie. It is real creepy. And and glenn. Beck's got all the crap around the props everywhere wizard of oz props from all over this yeah. He's even got a midget somewhere. Represent lollipop deal up gil. Pop gilbey represented munchkin. You don't laugh. This creepy visit daily. So what are you trying to do jack. She's never gonna live what we've never never never love it. I love it. I love it still love this country. People can hate me for it. They can tell me that. I'm an evil person for eleven this country but i bleed red white and blue cut me patriots gonna fall out telling you like patriot. I got a little patriot in their. Let me tell you something you know how in men in black when the guy his head opens up and there's a little alien explode what mine is Mel gibson in there from the patriot. Operate around right in there and he's just just driving me around. That's kauai how i'm living right now. Man it's weird. We're being reeducated redefined. Our history is being rewritten. And it's it's scary scary stuff. And i'm gonna continue talking about that a little bit because i want people to be vigilant more than anything. I won't be able to be critical and complex thinkers in you know at the end of the day. Commonsense is so uncommon. Yeah lisa so it's just if we could just put out a shirt chad and just don't be a dumb ass l. Those don't be a dumb. Ns don't be a dumb ass but the problem is the dumb ass wouldn't get it. They'd be like oh. Yeah that's right you tell them. You're the ass well last night when we were talking about. How the mainstream media these anchors. They they were things just in a way that i think the average person who's not doing what we're doing in actually watching the news and going to different sources in fact checking stuff. The average person is watching this and saying. Oh my gosh mart. What's her face the congresswoman. No no yes. I meant to say this last night. But when they're flashing back to these videos these videos of course they're not saying well. This was taking her car three years ago on february fourteenth of whatever and so the person watching these and they're like oh my gosh she just posted this she must have no one. No one is going back to fact. The average american is watching done. Cnn taking the face value. yeah true. Of course yeah exactly because everybody all the experts and just those are the news experts. Hey speaking of experts health experts are warning that the flu and other viruses besides covid nineteen. Could see a resurgence. In the next year. Following a sharp decline due to social distancing other safety restrictions. This is because these restrictions are weakening our immunity to the flu and other viruses. Don't let your guard down. Take field agrees by brickhouse nutrition. Every single day they're loaded with antioxidants. Field greens is packed with eighteen clinically researched. Essential fruits and vegetables. 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Here's some great articles Skeptic dot com was going to get into this yesterday by steven pinker while we're not living in a post truth era an unnecessary defensive reason and unnecessary defensive universities roles in advancing it pretty hefty little That encouraged people get out there. I would add region some of it. But there's some stuff some stuff here that i wanted to them Here we go. Social media is making us dumber. Okay not long ago. Many intellectual deplored the lack of democratic access to mass media few media corporations in cahoots with the government manufactured consent with their olive -opoly over the means of production and dissemination of ideas as we used to say freedom of the press belong to those who own one social media held out the promise of giving voice to the people. We should have been careful about what we wish for. The network dynamics of social media is still poorly understood but they do not yet host mechanism vetting and reviewing that are necessary for true beliefs to bubble up to prominence from the turbine pools of self presentation group solidarity and pluralistic ignorance. Now don't get lost in the cent words. There guys bad digit. I liked that a lot. And they have become launchpads for spirals of moralistic grandstanding and preemptive denunciation. We're now living in an era of rationality inequality to him. This strong shoot at the high end. We've never been more rational. But at the low end there are arenas that indulge the worst of human psychology much work remains to be done and refining the institutions that. Bring out the rational angels of our nature and he goes on talking about the role of universities in all these things. I it so the anchor you read this article in. There's a lot of references At the end of it footnotes there. But you know. I have said forever that we got to be careful because everybody now has a voice. Golly i hate being right. I said i said years ago i said we only in people who followed me for longtime you've heard me say this over and over that we always historically put our words on wall hieroglyphics cave drawings blah blah blah and. We kept him there for for our steady. The words we kept with the words the chiefs in the words of the of the of the sears in the prophets and philosophers poets and the priests and kings and we kept all those words. Now keep him on a digital wall and it's forever like we gave everybody every dumb ass everybody every self proclaimed prophet. That's out there So-called poet. I mean everybody's got back when digital cameras came along remember this. Everybody started having a photography business. Everybody suddenly was a frequent photographer. Shit if you could take twelve thousand pictures of somebody in three of them are good and you can tell without going out and getting your bell processed like you. Just look like. That's i'm a photographer. Ah no you just got lucky. One out of fifteen times and and that's kind of weird it w- where it was. Everybody had a photography business. That's where it is was social media everybody every now and then you know. Blonde squirrel finds a nut. And bam. there we are and they're like i went viral or whatever i mean look at my life i look at me. I got lucky. I the lightning struck. And i've always looked at that. Said okay when when stuff for me went viral years ago. I said i go one or two ways i can just let that be a flash in the pan and that's just the thing or i can use that to build a platform to to put further out further. Put out what. I believe or my gifts and my talents and my skills and that's sort of what i did. Some people are happy that i did that. Some people are not happy that i did that dealing with it. I'm dealing with your your coping. I'm happy but it's create an amazing life for me. I've been but at the end of the day. I tried to be responsible with what i have. A lot of. People aren't responsible with what they have and you wind up with his age of of. Everything's getting out there. People are pushing information misinformation news fake news. They're pushing conspiracy theories. We referred to this a lot last night. People are throwing these things out there and suddenly social media comes along and says damn we didn't have a net in place to filter this crap out and so now they're running roughshod over the average voice and just say we got to shut down. If you even lean to a place that we feel might be a dangerous area we gotta we gotta limit your reach or we gotta shut you down. Used to be put a video on social media. Get ten million views. That was nothing nothing. I've gotten videos up there with with you. Know millions of shares. That's not only watching it. That's how many people were telling your story for you. And now you know it's one hundred fifty thousand views. Mike okay. well few people saw and and that's why it's so important that we embrace platforms like the blaze and independent And i and i you know i think digital media the way we're doing it here at the blaze things that because but how long are we going to be able to do that because now they're going to look at that and they're gonna say well. We try to filter on social media. We got filter them on these independent network. We gotta shut everything down as i said. It's not about cancel culture. It's about we're going to hold you accountable. Which is just the way that changed. The language changes in language and make it more palatable. Well we wanna make sure you understand. There's consequences to the word you say there's consequences lisa consequences so know what they're saying is we're just going to radically eight. You going to get rid of you. We're gonna silence your voice. That's the age we're living in and if so many so many things that at the end of the day when you start killing that you kill your country you start killing people's voices you kill your country and it's not long if you if you really don't care about the country you start killing the people themselves you kill them. Metaphorically you kill them a spiritually you kill them mentally emotionally. Psychologically we're seeing all these things happen. And then you get to nazi germany or communist china or the killing villes of a vietnam thailand. And you start thinking now start killing people physically and that's the scary world. We're living in because you want to control the narrative and when you can't control the people and you can't do it you got to eliminate anything that's an enemy of the narrative the fall of rome. This is this is W.h auden we talk about the fall. Run societies live about two hundred and twenty years in. They're out. i think we're at two forty. We are definitely on our way out. I was there with enron was on fire. The cans handed me this earlier. She's even got some of her notes on here and i like it The fall of rome. The peers are pummeled by the waves. In a lonely feel the rain lashes. An abandoned train outlaws fill the mountain caves. Ben tastic grow the evening gowns agents of the fisk pursue absconding tax defaulters through the sewers of provincial towns. You start interpreting those things like what you did that. Dc because you start interpreting that poetry life will continue whether whether the society does or not right. They're going to have. You're going to have people who are going to claim inequalities talks about the You got the tax defaulters. You got the people in their evening gowns. And then you've got the sewer people in the sewers The private rights of magic send the temple prostitutes to sleep all the literati. Keep an imaginary friend. that's religious suppression That's the elites being ignorant to the true state of the world read that The fall rome. As it's a it's a good thing it really talks about where we are right now the suppression and the people who have been separated from one another. And how these elitist these mean you look at our coasts coastal elites. They don't know what's going on in the rest of their. So out of touch with everything in america have there completely clueless. They don't understand our slang. When i when i put and i and i use that in abroad euphemism they don't understand our slang. We have a certain way of communicating here in america. Certain way of assimilating certainly doing things and now what are we wanting to do. We're wanting to glorify Other cultures to the point of embracing that you know people say oh well maybe being. Maybe be cool to try socialism. Maybe it'd be cool to maybe institute. Don't let's try to understand sharia law better. Maybe maybe it'd be cool just to bring in some european culture into america. Let's let's do it their way a little bit. Maybe it'll make us a little more refined. You know we've romanticized the shit show and we you make it more palatable and one day you wake up as venezuela debt and you go. I mean shit We put salt and pepper and olive oil on this thing and really try to refine it but at the end of the day i'm totally out of touch with reality. And it's been a self fulfilling prophecy. I've embraced some things that looked appealing. They were made to look so appealing early on. But i mean shit. Now this is and that's me is saying it in the strongest way possible. That's where we're headed. It's not the fall rome. The fall of america. I think there's also it's safe to say that. I think some of the people that voted for abide in. They did not realize exactly who in what he was going to who they were voting for. He's doing because you've seen all of these write ups on social media a lot of them. That i didn't vote for this. I didn't vote for that. I mean he's what signed jillian. Let's just girl. They didn't vote for that. They voted against what they thought. They didn't like exactly yes and they didn't do their research that you were just listening to the mainstream media. They all painted biden as this senior rolling in his wheelchair. Eventually so sweet. And so is faith just just like obama was so just just so saw and listen guys. We gotta make america great. We've got to build it back better. We gotta do it together. With unity people are like see. Finally we have a humanitarian back in the wind break But when he signed that executive order in and all those jobs he didn't go through the list and say who did you vote for but in the end of the day these executive orders that he is signing Let me tell you what. Donald trump didn't do donald trump. You call him a dictator and i had somebody the other day kept on your dictator. Dictator might not a dictator. He might be a control freak but he's not a dictator because at the end of the day he didn't sign off on all this stuff that destroyed his political opponents. And that's exactly what. Joe biden's do it. He said in the press conference last week he said we're we're we're not making new laws. We're just rolling back. That are dangerous for america but he never went into define what those policies were never sell. He never specifically said well. You know he's eluded to it so you know things like this immigration issue. What immigration i mean. What immigration issue. I know what the immigration issue was when you were vice president. When barack obama sat down with george stephanopoulos and said just be sure that if these kids start showing up at the border. We're gonna send them home. We're going to send them back. They can't come in. And i mean if donald trump had said something like that it have been held pay. He was the one putting him. Obama was one putting the kids in cages. And everything else so. These guys are forgetting their history. And that's a big thing. We're forgetting their history. I wanna talk about that in the next segment because we're not only forgiving history. We're redefining the narrative in starting to go pretty deep. Hey throw some betting on a bunch of different mattresses and sure they all look alike. Same goes for pillows but peel away the layers look at what's inside you'll see. They aren't all created equal. That's what makes every purple pillow and mattress. Unlike anything you've ever slept on the purple grid. 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You'll get ten percents off any order over two hundred dollars or more purple dot com slash. Watch chad ten and a use promo code. watch chad. ten ten percent off orders over two hundred dollars or more terms of blind. We'll be right back has no. Maybe there we are. We're back a black screen been canceled. I thought i was being held accountable. You read ray. Bradbury's books like fahrenheit four fifty one and probably back in school. You did sound of thunder santa thunders. The one kansas was showed me earlier. Such great It's kind of that. A butterfly effect right. You know it's about a guy. Twenty fifty five goes back in time and he's hunting Dinosaurs and then when he comes back to twenty fifty five he finds out that not only. Has it changed the future but just by going out and killing these animals. But it's it's been a butterfly effect. It's it's it's affected elections. Words have changed the spelling and meanings of words changed and it pretty pretty powerful stuff And interesting concept and yet they even made the ashton kutcher movie with called butterfly effect. I mean there's you know the the idea is that a butterfly flaps its wings in in John japan and creates a tidal wave in california. You just it. Just it grows that ripple effect We're living in age where these things that we warned about. Twenty five thirty years ago are starting to come to pass big big way think of classic literature we mentioned bradberry mention Mark twain mentioned You name the classics ernest. Hemingway's the faulkners ego backing you read that. How does how does classics read to. Today's woke mind doesn't fit right so you don't have a literal reichstag burning out in the public square. What you have is instead a interpretive book burning so now the classics the books that we've always read you know you can't say who huckleberry ends friend was. Is it an offensive racial or and. We don't know what fred was. Was it a guy girl. Was it a she her he him you know you. You can't find the old disney classic. You know about uncle remus. You know the tar baby and all that you can't find those kind of things anymore because it's offensive right. I've always said the after interpret people. According to the times in which they lived. Do i mean they used to burn people at the stake. And you're like oh. Wow that was really kinda crazy times. Weren't they. yeah but to them. It was kind of normal deal. They also used to the catholic church used to make sure that people were giving their tithes in their offerings In order to make sure that they stayed out of not only purgatory but that their loved ones could come out of purgatory and they would warn people of the ghost and the goblins that lived in the wilderness and and People believe that it was in the church warned them of these things and so now we we've grown because of our history history happens fifty years from now. We're gonna look back on twenty twenty one people are gonna go men. They were barbaric. Because we have so we change. And i don't like using the word evolve but we do we evolve. We grow and we change. Hopefully we do. I feel like in some ways we're regressing. Because the same thing i wouldn't call it evolved. Yeah well we're not we're not we're devolving in some ways but we're regressing in terms of our mentality. Our ability to handle complex thought. Like i should be able to sit down with with people who are intellectually astute and talk about race in america today without and be honest and say you know whether it's race or culture or whatever and be able to say this is what this is. What i think is what i believe. This what i think the solution would be and nobody should get offended. Because i'm not coming at you with hatred. Yeah i'm coming at you pursuing as a as a brother sitting down with brothers and sisters in this sea of humanity this solidarity of humanity and saying. Let's come to a solution. We should be able to have that open conversation but these days posted again. I posted my unapologetic patriot. Well hat i was wearing the day on social media. And i said and i said you know matt smith thing be unapologetic. People were on their tried. I'm unapologetically black okay. Well i don't understand why you would apologize anyway for your skin. Color is you didn't have to do with it and nobody's really condemning you for your skin color. I'm not now. The average person has got any sense is not the whole patriot. Doesn't mean color. no. It doesn't but i need some really bad ass black dude in the marine corps out. Now that are yeah. they're patriots. They defend our constitution. They're in our military and the thing about it. Is that wrong. Finding thing that. I'm at the point that the redefining words i sat down with a show promoter in a dubuque iowa several years ago and she said you should change the name of the tour from star-spangled banter to something else and i said why she said because that's offensive to us on the left. I said the phrase star spangled banner as it is because we changed the word she goes no just star spangled banner itself because that screams right wing. And i said so. You're telling me the national anthem and patriotism and those concepts red white and blue. They scream you know so. So we're making america evil because look what america's done is so evil in the world and to the people of the world and what it's done to it's own people people of color And so the america's being redefined as evil empire and so there's people out there who are okay if rome is burning right now it okay with sitting back and laughing in europe. They're sitting back and they're laughing and certain other countries and they're gonna see all you're getting what's coming to you now and i have somebody the other day who said to me. Yeah see how much of a fool we looked like when these people were storm in the capital as we've like fools on a lot of different things and a lot of different platforms. I said but why is it. Okay for people to want to not be america first and want to embrace globalism and why is it okay for me to for nationalism to become a bad word win nationalism. Truly because it's just it's just means. I love my nation. I want my nation to be. I don't want to put it. I in patriotism so you start redefining. Those words it's kinda sick man And i really don't give a shit. What the rest of the world thinks about us in that regard. I want america. Great just like i say about. Texas is not one amongst fifty. It's the one america to me is the one it's the one that matters and are the most of the nation in the history of the world we've given more. We've contributed more our our military and our police force. They exist to liberate suppress historically. That's never been the truth. You look you look at philip. Mastodon you look at alexander. The great you look at the caesar's of rome. They wanted to conquer the known world. Napoleon bonaparte he had all of his soldiers carry a map in their in their backs in the tri colors of france because it was the entire known world and he wanted the entire world will be covered with the colors of france that they wanted to oppress. They wanted to conquer america. Hasn't done that. we've done a lot. She stuff don't get me wrong. And if you stick around long enough. Donald trump didn't get us in any wars. But i got a feeling these these these politicians in washington. Dc they know that unless they're getting into war they're not making any money so to that degree. Yeah we do we do some pretty crappy stuff And i want us to get away from that. But by and large not the way we operate our military members. That's not on them. That's on the politicians our military members. They live to to to liberate by enlarge anyway But we're changing the definitions of these things in the meaning. Speaking of getting screwed. I bet you didn't think cova kasha your home. You just thought it was gonna make you sick. Nope cybercrime up. Seventy five percent is by far the most serious cybercrime to worry about. It's called home title theft. That's right cybercriminals. Foreign and domestic are now after our homes easier than ever Titled documents to your home there online now. The thief find your home's title for his your signature on a quick claim deed stating us soldier. Home to him. Then he takes out loans on your home and leaves you in debt You're not gonna know the until the late payments and the victim notice start. Arriving insurance doesn't cover you and neither do common identity theft programs. That's why. I protect my home with home title. Lock the instant home title detect. Someone tampering with my home's title. They help shut it down. Go to home title dot com register your address and see if you're already victim didn't use code radio to receive thirty days of protection code radio at home tidal lock dot com. We'll be right back man. Oh man oh man. Oh man oh man. Oh it's just a wonderful world that we're living will be such a wonderful world chance we favor you play a clip one there just yet. Richard nixon mayo baas and might i want you to know that guy the luckiest man in the world and i say this not only because i had the honor to be president of the united states particularly because i have the privilege of speaking for so many and welcoming you back to earth I can tell you about all the messages we received in washington over one hundred porn governments actors and presidents and prime ministers and kings absent the most warm messages that we've ever received they represent over two billion people on this or all of them who have had the opportunity through television to see what you have done all right real quick. Play at number two there. Good evening my fellow. Americans face has bain that the men who went to the moon to explore peace. Spe the moon the rest impeach for every human being would look up at the move and the nights to come will know but there is some corner and other word that is or ever mankind. Good night so you have in one breath. Congratulations of going to the moon and back and then you have. Of course the apollo disaster. Which is that speech. And and there's no congratulations. There can't put mark former whether to real quick. You're talking about this in house that interpreted how would that be interpreted today but when you start looking like they invaded another culture right we invaded another ecosystem that would be super like threatening to another culture or another kind. Whatever like planet we have no business being on so for. Pr sake you have to switch it around and say that we don't you know there's so many people who don't even believe that we landed on the moon. They believe we landed in like a studio back lot of a production house and so this is just one of the many things that they could turn around. But think about every politician who's flip flopped on things over the years and not only that so in this day and age. You wouldn't have the congratulatory speech when you talk about invading another culture another ecosystem or whatever. You would have the second speech where people today would be going see. They got what they deserved. It should have never been doing that anyway. You know we saw jen. Psaki the new press secretary. Who's talking about space force. Oh that's the plane of the. She's making fun of branch of our military space force. Oh yeah that's what we need space for. Well i will get to my contact. Their space for. I don't even know who that is. Let's circle back but we'll circle back so my point is this is. This is where you start interpreting everything based on this woke up. And i can't stand that phrase but this won't miss of culture and people people everybody's got their own sense of justice and no matter what It's it's it's you can't do. It's going to devour all of us to devour all of us. Because at some point in time you're going to do the wrong thing. You're going to say the wrong thing. Look at country singer morgan. Wallin all right. Morgan wall and comes out video emerges from tmz where he uses a racial slur in it. Don't do that boys and girls The racial slur in an in an affectionate way towards somebody like you know he just being a good old boy with his buddies and says this now. Nobody knows now. The cancel culture comes out in full force. And what's funny to me. Is we were talking about this. Is you have all these nashville artists. Who were like a gas. All these country music nashville artists that grew up in south. You know grew up in an culture and they're just suddenly appalled like they've never heard a racial epithet. Oh my god how dare he. I mean i've been on this planet. I remember the seventies and the eighties. When you know we didn't even we didn't have these conversations and to some degree. I'm glad we have these conversations now but we've taken it so far. It's like this this this this utter shock and i'm speechless. That this redneck with a mullet that sings country music used a racial epithet. In a way that he was trying to be funny or endearing somebody and just used it as slang cancel out. Dairy is it right. is it justifiable. No you can't even have that conversation anymore. Can't even have that conversation anymore. You just cancel them. I mean hold them accountable right. That's that are canceling or the same people. That wanna request of david alvin code shows and that was the worst guy ever for that exactly but they have no idea about that. That's exactly right. And i'm not saying that it's broad. It's not that's the it's godawful. You should never use that word here. But i dunno. It's well but that's that's the overarching. Forty thousand foot view of it is. You can't slip up. you can't make a mistake. No room for air. There's no sucks. Because we're all human centers and on the bigger level. America is the mistake. That's what the politicians that's what the current administration. That's what the people that are out there. That's what they want you to believe. Because of how america has treated these fringe groups. That are out there how they've created or treated minorities or how they've created traded foreigners. America is the mistake so we talked yesterday about pulling back the curtain and see in the wizard. And when you see it. The wizards pretty ugly Not real attractive and the things that they want to do is keep the curtain closed. So that you don't pay attention to that you've watched the show out here right. You watch the show out here because they know that to the degree you see behind the scenes and you're not gonna like it and there's gonna be things like people marching in the street and he's going to be riding that'd be. Looting is going to be protesting. There's going to be insurrections. There's going to be all of these different things and it's going to be on the part of everybody because at the end of the day everybody sick of seeing the light. Show out there with no results and It is becoming. It's becoming the myth of america. And that's that's what it is where we talk about the greatness of america in past tense. That's why it was so relevant. When donald trump came along talking about make america great again this was not about going back to nineteen fifties or segregationists america. Or anything like that. It was just talking about a place where people were proud to be americans again and just proud of what we accomplish in this country and what we've done is a country and is a pretty great thing. The greatest country this ever existed in the history of the world You know but people were offended by this idea of making america great again. They put all kind of applied meanings. There they just simply did not exist and were never intended so here. We are I don't wanna live in an america where we talk about his greatness in terms of the past tense and that's the sad part of life. Lots of stuff. A lot of stuff lisa page. Can someone please pass me. some whiskey. Neither drank dang drain. You know when you say past tense mega. It's very hard to wrap my brain around that like you know if you're trump supporter and you've got a fly going back to obviously before the election. How many people have their like their houses. Egged even their american flags to their fences at least in our area. 'cause you're showing you're you're showing your patriotism and it's hard to believe that in this day and age and living in america. That's actually it's happening. It's still happening. That god forbid you have a flag on sticker a flag on your car. I was afraid to put any type of mega sticker on my car. Well i have because look where my truth now do. You shouldn't be afraid to to proclaim your your love for america now. You can't even now. You can't especially now after you joe blow in office. Yeah y'all hang tight. Hey you know what you get to do. We still have some laughs Later on this week. I'm gonna be in nashville tennessee specifically franklin at the cool springs convention center down there the marriott come and see me and jessie payton February twelfth is going to be that evening seven pm. You can get your tickets and information at watched. Chad dot com to. Where's my folks tennessee. Come hang out sold a lot of tickets some also a lot more also going to be in Going to be horseshoe bay resort outside of austin texas on the thirteenth and fourteenth. So get get your valentine. I think you send a personal invite to abbott. Have come out to see the show. Some ya dan patrick's come to my shows. All right well the. The lieutenant governor's come. Yeah he's coming hung out now. Ken paxton out there. Yeah ken greg. Free out probably have a couple of nashville celebrities at the national show. We mean greg. We go ahead and start kickoff. Debate right resort. It'd be fun. Wasn't it pre-pre-election. Twenty twenty two dot com watched chad dot com world. Fun stuff is people. Why aren't you rolling out this and doing that. And gwen blah blah blah blah. This ain't running for high school president. There's a lot that goes into this. Just start spitting stuff out. They're gonna make sure you do it right trust me. There's this week we don't care about your hats. T. shirts and hats get serious. Who's white guy on my feet coming up here with this hat. Come on be serious. If you're going to be governed in other words act like every other politician you. That's just trust me when i tell you we're going to do it right and we're not going to do it at all. I said on the show last week and said listen. If we if we're not the right guy we will get out of the way i in this thing for my health this not the money. This ain't recreational. Yeah i just love this state and So we're we're rocking and rolling. 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Ep 432 | Derek Chauvin: GUILTY

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Ep 432 | Derek Chauvin: GUILTY

"We know it's going to take many forms of energy to meet the world's needs while creating a cleaner future for all at chevron where lowering the carbon emissions intensity of our operations investing in lower carbon technologies and exploring renewable fuels of the future. We work hard to care for the homes we love but it's only human to protect the one we share learn more at chevron dot com. It is part. Time will come to another episode of the chad prager. Thir- show we are in the mothership studio twenty two and it is san jacinto day in texas. Those of you who don't know one hundred eighty five years ago sam. Houston eighteen minutes that changed the course of texas destiny. Forever defeated santa and Eighteen minutes and you know why you know why they beat them in eighteen minutes. They were having a siesta. That off guard tired after defeating. The alamo may work that followed the long way they did on that. Santa anna was in his tent. Rumor has it based on story that was told to sam houston while they were on a steamer. Is that one. Emily morgan was in with him. Now emily morgan had worked as an indentured servant was kidnapped by the mexican cavalry and forced to travel with santa ana in his troops and they were doing the hippy. Dippy that's who. They named the yellow rose of texas. Did you know this. I i really did not catch that part of the history in my class. But that is very interesting. Written in a journal that that he was doing the hillbilly deputy with him only and she is the yellow of texas. So that's that's one of the reasons we have. Our yellow sky identifies texan Shirts the sounds like maybe she was forced when she was in the captured. Indentured could've been could've been. I bet emily was smoke. Show she was yeah. She was a coward since she was yellow. But people accused her. They thought that maybe she was a spy. No evidence that she was actually a spy for the texas army but Yeah that would be a time to catch somebody off guard when they're laying. Get around when i got. And he's coming off a high a recent high. He's like i got this. I got this Boom yeah i don't know if he's still had both legs at that point. I think i think maybe i don't know. I just wanna know how you say. Hippie dividend spanish. I think it's still day to day pill a on the end of little at little little. Yeah but that's today is san jacinto. I five years So we celebrate that eighteen minutes Texas also has its scarves in its history. You know that the one of the primary things the reasons that texas fought for its independence from mexico. Mexico is a free nation. They didn't have slaves in texas. Wanted to maintain slavery And it was one of the things that that motivated that so even with our great history scarred history right and it's but that's the reality of things that are there but i'm god blessed texas God bless you hot news natalie. Thank you we've grown from it. We have to grow from your history. You don't make it. You don't erase it. We have but even today. We're still seeing the scars of of race issues and of course the derek chauvin case verdict came down yesterday. We'll talk about that later in the episode lot of backlash a lot of responses a lot of interesting things happen it could be that justice in our country is dead. We are headed towards mob. Rule will get all those things are good friend. Jack carla this handsome man right here. S a houser. We're going to have jet car on the show later on talking about his new book the fourth installment of his james re series the devil's hand. You're not reading these books. You need to start get the terminal list and begin right there Fantastic thick thick book. That that's what that's what mary as what. Emily said to fix the san doubt that steve gave everybody finger last night on the show right there from the pub he did. He launched it out there. I couldn't help. It is pretty funny. How you up there. Several people free tried to freeze frame. It and say it was pretty quick. It was quick to say it was not bad. Yeah allison's jaw. Everybody knows alison joining us at the pub. And of course jennings. We're going to get into it today. A who knows who knows what's going on is beautiful. I just wanna say that. Allison us alison here. I guess we're chopped liver the the the thing about allison is she's the most awesome human being on the planet and not you know nothing gets present company of course but she is the to me. She's the best human on the planet. She takes care of everything she thinks of things that i don't don't even cross my mind one step ahead of you so good. That's important so good. She's just an incredible human being. And i'm so thankful for leader this you need to surround yourself with people who are one step ahead of you that pushes you to be a better leader and i try to do because i'm a visionary. She's my chief strategist. Her job is not to tell me. i can't do it. It's just a figure out how to pay for it. Get it done with a new idea. So he forgets about the last one. That's true that's in my add. She knows how to manipulate me. Of course we got the puppetmaster. Mark we got kayla swift over there and candies current ethiopians. So it's a full house folks. You ever go out to a barbecue joint the next day. You're still digesting. All of that meat. You know that feeling well. Here's a tip for you gotta drink some red wine with it. 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We'll be right back with jack car the devil's hand us the fourth installment of the james reese saga. You guys are well aware of This series of books. You need to get this when it just released. Our good buddy former navy seal new york times bestselling author. Jack car is joining us. Jack you are a busy busy man. But that's a good thing isn't it. It's a good thing good problem to have. That's for sure. That's what you want. But i want to write more than one of these a year because like i can only talk to you once a year when these things out so i start doing to just so we can link up talk especially in person doing this remote right now but i miss hanging out band dude. I'll be honest with you i my guilty pleasure. Is these books right here. The james restores Starting starting all the way back with terminal list you know. I kinda found terminal list sort of by accident Read it fell in love with it and was hoping for sequels and manual pumping amount. And i'm I'm glad that you're doing this This thing know i always. I was talking with our friend brad. Thor recently about his Scott harvest novels. And i was i was i think he's written like twenty one or twenty two of those things. What do you think you're gonna top him on this. I'm gonna go as long as people wanna keep reading. So that's it's really up to the readers but right now people already telling me they want book five which i'm writing this As soon as mop interview bama's right back into into book five so it's go go go and about one a year is it's about right. Yeah and that one. I'm very fortunate in that. You're not the only one that The terminal list resonated with it also resonated with chris brat. So they're filming that thing right now in l. a. Three hundred fifty people on sat like a military operation out there and just got back about a week ago and had a great time out there. She's an incredible group of people and they're crushing it. Man that people that are interests in a a drastic world and in going to the galaxy and avengers. And that sort of thing. They're going to be surprised. He is dark gritty. Primal violent visceral in it's Yeah it's it's gonna be it's gonna be awesome. yeah. I've heard or read rather chris pratt talking about that character and what it means to play that character and Pretty strong stuff. I think he's going to represent it well. Do you feel a little funny. When you're watching your book get turned into television or movie or just being made for screening. Did you feel like it's changing or are they giving you the creative license to step in and say nope that's not along. The lines of the story are how does that work. Well when you when you have no book out yet when which is what happened when the option it and you're not coming from sports or politics have a zero social media presence known as you are. You're not negotiating position of strength. So he turned over all creative control to the people that are going to make it and really for me growing up. I wanted to be author. So i was reading the books in the in the eighties and nineties. And i've watched the film update data stations or the television adaptations. So i knew that when you tell story. Visually there will be changes so it wasn't a shock that there's going to be changes but i got to advise on all the scripts and for chris and antoine fuqua who is directing the first episode And who is an executive producer on this as well what they wanted was really to keep that authenticity that realism That already primal nature But then tell the story through visual medium so as an eight part series for amazon. That should be coming out sometime in twenty twenty two but when you turn over your narrative to somebody to adapt film. There's a lot of trust there. So i trust in chris and antoine to to do this. That could be better hands well in this in your book. Impressive thing to me is when i'm reading them The you you've taken this character. James all over the world. I mean this guy is really been a wanderer And it's just kind of a wandering warrior if will on a mission all over the world and when you described those places. I can literally picture them in. My mind is so descriptive like we think back through the book. I can still envision the locations. How how are you able to do that. You've gone to a lot of these places haven't you. That's right so for the first one was still in the military. When i started writing it so i'd band iraq at bend afghanistan had benda lower the places that i described in the novel for that second one. I'd already been to morocco vendor the train. I hadn't been to mozambique so. I went to mozambique boots on the ground. There and got a. We've that local flavor into that storyline because it was such an important part of that second novel true believer Same thing with the with part of that second in the third savage sun and went down to south africa. Help train up an anti poaching unit down there. Because i needed to learn about man tracking and people down there People in these anti poaching units that are protecting. Some of the last rhino on earth are some of the best man trackers on the planet so spent some time with them down there and got to weave that into both the second and third novels and if that third one yeah put on the ground in russia income chaka peninsula which is just south of siberia so but boots on the ground over there and And wanted to leave someone that local flavor as well some of the things you can only get by going to these places and then for this fourth one. I was very fortunate in that. Most of the research for this one was academic and i had learn about infectious diseases the weaponization of infectious diseases. That sort of thing And i didn't really need travel anywhere. Because it's mostly continental united states based and i was fortunate because everything shut down as i started writing this thing for covid so i didn't have to fly. It didn't have to do that. Research but had a lot of academic research and it was outlined it in august of two thousand nineteen well before twenty twenty well before go ahead And it became much more timely novel than i anticipated back in august nineteen outlined it. So i think. I've told you this before that usually when i read your books i have to do the page turning usually read it in a digital format and the reason i like to do that is because you have so much gear and so much The weaponry and so many descriptive things that i have to highlight it and then look it up because i want to see it so reading your books actually turns into a very expensive venture for me because i get your gear list which i think you just released a new one. Didn't you shop and man you know. I hear that a lot from people especially from a lot of guys whose wives aren't very abby because the credit card charges that come from From their birches budget that typically like to describe because i've been gear guy my whole life but more than military during military after. And what i see somebody carrying how they carry. It tells me a story about them. So use this gear as character development tool i see somebody carrying a cotton law nineteen eleven in a leather holster on a leather belts You know stepping out of an old You know nineteen seventy five ford pickup truck. It tells me something about them or vice. Somebody bet is carrying a pistol in a kite x. Holster nylon bells dependable brand. New ford raptor. That tells me something else about them. So i use these things to To develop the characters and For me that tells the story. Yeah and i always. I've always looked at reading your books. I told brad thor us at a lot of times when i'm reading his book that's not fiction. It's faction right. You learn a lot from the books the same same with this series of books. And and devil's hand. No different and i appreciate that about and and i. I've told you this off. Very you've got my. I love your instagram jack car. Usa at jacquard usa. Probably not favorite. I told you if i could get you in a bikini and turn you into a instagram model. It would be better but it's great because you've got this day in history. You talk about gear. You talk about all kinds of things that are on there that are just real informative and and it's not just a quick little easy post. I mean you're you're doing all of those yourself aren't you. I am but a lot of thought into those because people are trusting you with their time. Dan trusting with their time whether it's in the pages of the novel whether they're listening to it for over ten hours reporter reading the the the audiobook or if they're just scrolling through instagram. they've trusted me With that because we don't know how much time we have on this planet. You don't know if you're gonna wake up tomorrow you don't know if year if you have five years you just don't know so Trusting me with that time. Something i take very seriously so I try to be as thoughtful as i possibly can in my posts just like i would be with a with a paragraph in the novel. I but just as much bought into both of those things as as a thank you to the reader. Because that's what. I owe them in return for that That investment of time out. I mean this is a process. Obviously it's a labor of love. It's more than just a job. You've you've told us before that you've had a passion to be an author your entire life and the descriptive way that you tell. The story is very impressive. Every now and then i'll sit down. I've got a book coming out In august and it's it's it's a daunting task to go through the writing process through the publishing process everything You know i go through. I go through with the editors in this process now. And it's like you're handing your baby off to them you know and they they wanna make the changes and they they want to fix things and and many things need to be fixed. How tedious in this process for you. Not not only just the writing but just the business side of this business was what was surprised because i thought at the outset that you could go to. The mountains live in a cabin. Write a book senator new york and then start your next one. I didn't realize you had to do all the things you would have to do. If you're starting any business running a coffee shop whatever might be You have to do the budget. The advertising the marketing the social media the engagement you have to build readership. You have to build that client base essentially And so i didn't realize that at the outset. But as i started as i crept closer to the publication of my first novel in two thousand eighteen it became very apparent that you take ownership of the business side in order to engage with people and an order to build that readership and did because i love the writing part. I knew that in order to support that order to continue to write these novels People had to know they existed so had to do all those other things you would do for any other other business and and i love learning so that was a whole new field from step. Ju had no social media accounts before this started had no idea about business. Either things idea not marketing But what how helpful today is that you can just be yourself on these platforms and you can share journey and others couldn't have done that. Nineteen seventy five eighty five ninety five. So it's an opportunity for me to thank people for taking a risk on me as a new author and then telling a friend because that's really what has made That's from the novel. Hit the the new york times last time and i sincerely appreciate everybody support. You are a former navy. Seal sniper in A general bad ass yourself and I want to get up to park. City utah in hang out with you in. Let's shoot arrows through some of those Gelatin heads i saw your video the other day where you shoot i that's gear. I need right there. I i need to find one of those rubber heads. The blood comes out of it when the arrow goes through it tuner fantastic. You have to call them. Zombie heads because if you call them human heads in a bit blood red light in and on gets out by a somber which looks very similar to the human head although with a different color blood coming out of that you're allowed to vote for for some reason so Yeah come on man. we'll throw it will link. Samaras destroys the zombie heads and it used tomahawks as well. That's incredible i. I you are a master it promotion when it comes to do and stuff like that. That's a lot of fun. And i also has watching you. You sit down with the black rifle coffee guys recently. And you guys were looking at some of the some i love when they critique military movies right and how it gets kinda off base and things like that you're coming at this These works of fiction And i'll i'll add that just like until brad it's faction in a lot of because it's coming from real life experience for you. This is good stuff. It's in your face it's gritty. It's hard core tells a story it takes you on a journey And when you're finished you're ready for the next episode you ready for the next sequel to come out so i want you to keep doing this. Jack this This book right here. The devil's hand is available. It's already out. Came out with april thirteenth. Right april thirteen. Then it's everywhere people always ask me if it's available in audio book in question and the answer is yes The person was upper audio book of the year with about their stephen king and ruth where it was crazy to see it up there with those authors. So yeah it's out there and all those formats e book as well and Yeah grab it anywhere. Books are sold by like to push people towards those independent bookstores because they had a really judge here. Twenty twenty and in order to support a lot of them are the core stones of of different communities across the country so Check with your local independent bookstore again. Yeah if you're new to jack carrs writings get the terminals. As the first one in the in the james re series will be absolutely addicted to it immediately and you don't wanna miss out on that and of course if you're keeping up the devil's hand is the new in this coming out. The fourth installment jack always a pleasure. Let's get together very very soon. People can find you. It official jack car. That's car with two hours dot com fish's rock visual jack car dot com and then follow him on instagram jacquard. Usa make sure that you are keeping up with mister car. Thank you brother i appreciate. You have appreciate you being honest in letting us have you. Yeah let's do it. Let's get up to park city. We'll have some whiskey soon. I like it man rock and roll. Thanks jack hey what if i told you that you could improve your health boost your energy and support a healthy heart in less than two minutes per day field. Greens is unlike any other superfoods because it uses real. Usda organic fruits and vegetables packed with antioxidants. Field of greens can support heart. Health metabolism blood pressure and digestion. Plus it's pre and pro biotic. It's great for everyone in your family old young your athletes gate you gotta make field greens part of your daily routine. It's super simple. Put a scoop and a glass of water stirred up drinking and you are done and unlike other nutritional drinks which rely only on one vegetable field agrees is packed with eighteen clinically researched essential fruits and vegetables plus green tea. Ginger turmeric and beats. 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We do august third go pre-order it wherever books are so When you when you go to buy terminal list or by devils hand at one of the series object cars by am i crazy to that The derek chauvin trial so he was convicted of second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. I remember right Interesting that verdict I i've i don't condone in any way shape or form the actions of derek chauvin. But i have to say. I don't know that the guy i i don't know that he murdered george floyd just from the evidence is there. I mean the guy obviously was on some pretty strong stuff was an involuntary. What was the no. It was third degree murder. I mean it was wasn't an involuntary deal but you know i'm sure judge said what the judge said is there. If there was evidence that something else could have killed him like being on sentinel or something like that and you can't just say that he was murdered by. It's it's tough. It's tough but what's sad about. The entire thing is them wanting to out the names of the jury trying to docks the jury members There was threats that were there. These folks really had no they if they had come back with a not guilty they would have burned minneapolis to the ground and they still may leaders. Were calling for it. Yeah whether you have the president and you have the maxine waters talking about it in the on the news in out there that the public you know in the jury could see it anytime because at that point they weren't supposed and because they waited 'til yesterday to questions jury and they're going to do the verdict and then you it's it pissed me off because you still have three other officers have to stand trial. Yeah and it's tainted now. How can you get a fair trial. Thank them for their service and when he did he said. Thank you for your heavy duty. Juries or crew will never be the same. No i mean it's you know. And they still said it's not a lot of them said is not enough for me Liberals both social media and television sister minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin being convicted on all counts to not qualify as justice. With some suggesting he deserved an even harsher punishment. said i think he was overcharged. There was one person that was that died in that in but they have a second degree murder and third degree yeah. The second manslaughter were versus. I went to but it was second degree manslaughter. Now we're still waiting for sentencing. There's another whole unity for this federal narrative. That doesn't belong there. Listen if he's fit and go to jail he's going to. I know you're gonna go to jail and it's not going to be good good. It's not Model and podcast scotty. Beam tweeted no matter the verdict. Unfortunately it's not enough for me Eric holder former attorney general Us attorney general. E- says not enough alexandria ocasio. Cortez one on instagram lie. After the verdict and told her millions of followers at the verdict was not justice. Because true. George floyd was still alive. The level of ignorance here is just a justice. Being served is that it went through the justice system and a conclusion was made period. George floyd going home alive would mean that the the crime never occurred in the first place to require justice to be served. Justices a reactionary thing. Not not a proactive thing right. What was their solution. If that's enough three guilty charges. I mean you're right i mean and i can only speculate but i'm assuming anything short of hanging again public square right. They're dragging him out. It wasn't going to be enough to have a problem with the civil. The civil part of it being done before the trial the you know the family was awarded. Twenty seven million dollars before chauvel went to trial. Listen people need to keep this race narrative going right. Because it's it's a money maker and it's still going to riot stuff. They gotta make sure it so they got to come out and say that it's not enough because they gotta keep fanning the flames It gets them attention. It gets them It gets them support. It gets them money. I mean it's it's a it. The whole thing is just is disgusting. And you've got you've got Our favorite idiot. Nancy pelosi who comes out and says thanks to george floyd. Thank you george floyd for your life sacrificing your sacrificing your life. He took heat for that from both sides. Though like both myeloma any wine she said she said thank you. George floyd for sacrificing your life for justice for being there to call out to your mom. How heartbreaking was that. call out for your mom. I can't breathe. But because of you. Because of thousands and millions of people around the world who came out for justice. Your name will always be synonymous with justice. No because you know what. There's something else happened in the news right now. There'd be another something tomorrow day it's There is a big one yesterday. Next of martin luther king junior like he didn't he didn't live the life required to be the next martin luther king junior. Yeah he's not so. Hundreds hundreds of demonstrators gathered at the columbus police headquarters on tuesday night which was last night protest. The fatal police shooting of sixteen year old my kia bryant proud push past. Police bears to get near the building. Where where they approached officers enchanted the name of bryant who was shot dead outside of a home earlier in the day to just a kid the group also yo cops bicycles pushed protesters back threatened to deploy pepper spray And of course in that she was attempting to stab to people. I looked at several news headlines and you know the meal. The left of course is While holding a knife yes that is. That's their narrative. While she was holding a knife she was rare in back fixes. Stab that girl. Yeah it's so far everything. I've seen in the video i've seen it's Is girl jumpsuit. Trying to get away holding a dog and she wears out her with a knife and a cup of course shot in the back. Is this what is is this the point that they want them retrained to use less lethal. So why didn't you try to tastes her rather than shoot her because deadly she was using rally against someone else and i'm not asking i'm just saying i think that that's what they're wanting this to hitting her with her fist. It'd be one thing but she wasn't. She had a weapon right. And i don't think anybody right or left as is disagreeing with the idea that in probably a lot of police precincts better and more training would be a good thing but i i don't i don't i assume nobody's against that idea that better and more training. Thank you and when you take these people. I don't care even these liberal activists and they've done it where they put them in the same scenario where they have to react in. A police escalated situation where there's a threat every one of them they have to make decisions split-second and they all fail They all fail Sad i mean it's sad but you know there's going to be outraged. No matter what what happens. And i got. I got something else. I want to say about that. It's probably will get me in trouble. But i did. You know that the average american has ninety seven points. They can add to their credit score and have no idea how to get them score. Master is the new credit science. That super boost your credit score. Forget raising your credit score a few points. That's week folks. The average score master user raises credit. Sixty one points and twenty days or less sixty one points added to your credit So say your credit scores in the high five hundred dollars to mid six hundred. You bought that new car. If you're gonna score master. I and raise your credit score. Just the average sixty one points our listeners. 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Remain unreleased by police officials But the car was found covered in bullet holes. So there's a dry by thirty shell casings outside the vehicle after the shooting. at the but where's blm burs blm attempted execution of somebody during broad daylight by someone of the same race it's not newsworthy. But those black lives mattered. Right they matter so where are they. Were on doesn't fit the agenda gas. I mean that's that's the sad part about this whole thing. Black lives matter movement of the groups. let's see one. Major criticism of the left wing. Black lives matter. Movement is the group's refusal to focus on all innocent black labs instead seemingly picking out controversial and politically opportune cases. That help advance for example. Their goal of nationally defunding police black on black crime completely ignored by the movement as it doesn't fit their agenda earlier. This month resident of rochester new york called bill activists for ignoring crime in the city. When it doesn't involve police. The police were killing us at the rate. We're killing ourselves. I suspect this town would be on. Fire said rudy rivera. Ceo of rochester's father lawrence tracey advocacy centre. On north avenue noted the protesting. He saw this summer in response to the death of a black name named Daniel prude following a police. Interaction activists who sparked protests in many nights of subsequent destruct violent writing writing in the city or now nowhere to be found as murder continued to spike in rochester. When we kill ourselves. I say to myself where the protesters lining the streets where the people within our own community. Who know what's going on here Where are they and that is the most tragic part of this whole story because everybody knows what's happening here yet. It persists where the voices Yes i mean but the hypocrisy is what stinks about the whole thing will that we have a cultural problem in a culture problem whether it be the black culture of the police culture. There's there's problems on both sides of them. And where does how do you change culture skin to the point where you know you almost wanna and there's good people in the world man is good people. Alison i we. We spent better part of four hours yesterday at the north texas community. Foodbank there in fort worth and those folks in their working. Food banks is the largest in the nation of A privately funded foodbank huge. Don't incredible work over there. We spent some time. We had some their gracious enough also to let us use their conference room for meetings and so we brought in some experts tax experts to talk about property tax. So that was my exciting day. Talking about property tax in texas for three hours It really was great. I was gonna say it. Really it was very meaningful conversation and discussion. I learned a lot but you realize when you go to a place like that and you see the work. That people are doing volunteer. I might add. There's good people in. Why don't we focus on those things. Why don't we highlight that. But we don't do that anymore. We we don't even know if it bleeds. It leads right. And that's what we the media they loved to pump this stuff. Push it out there I mean white people get shot by cops too. I mean they're they're able to make the news. Though i'm black people get killed by black people right and i was also say there's black people that don't get killed by cops try right. We've a media problem we have to tmz. I haven't gone there in a long time but something drew me. There are some sort of entertainment tonight bit. I would say that ninety nine percent of the top stories were all white people killing black people that like it is happening so much that that has to be the top story. You should go there. Just go look and see how many stories are. Just actually. don't go there. Don't feed that i. It was so sad. Well you take a supply them a lodge apply little logic here listless if we can do this so we said over and over again. Four hundred million guns in america right there's a certain type of people who owned the majority. Those guns right tend to be conservative. Banking tend to be a you know how it is right. Tend to be the people on the conservative side. If we had a gun problem in this country the whole everybody know it because we just kill. Everybody disagreed with us right there. At four hundred million. There's not four hundred million deaths by guns unless you listen to. Joe biden gave a speech and he talks about ninety million a year. Let's say this so if the black community makes up what thirteen percent. Fourteen percent of the american population if white people hated blacks. You'd know it because that would be genocide right but that's not how we think about how we live. We don't have a race problem in this country. We fought the bloodiest battle in history. The civil war six hundred thousand people died in the civil war. you could. That's more than any other war that we've been involved in and probably combined. Six hundred thousand people lost their lives. Brothers killing brothers to end slavery in slavery. We thought for civil rights. We fought to end jim crow laws. Right we fought. We elected a black man president twice. We have a person of color. who is vice-president. Now there is not a raced problem. In america there is a culture problem. in america. there is a heart problem in america and media problem. There is a media problem in america. I said it thirty years ago. There's no way you can have twenty four seven media coverage without running out of shit to say and so you're going to have to start creating a narrative that you can keep the eggs on the airwaves because there's not that much to report so you gotta keep going and and get with the so-so now there's no difference between tmz and cbs news. It's all for shock value. There's a difference in any of your daily. They're going through at the and look for stories across the nation. What's going to grab the headlines. Once one of them grabs it. Everybody's gonna pile on and grab that because it's for those about saturday. Yeah we talked about it. The other day i mean what maxine waters said absolutely reprehensible to say. We gotta get more confrontational. Somebody needs to get confrontational with her. And some of her colleagues need to get a little confrontation for letter off. So they wanted to censure of of maxine waters for incitement of violence in minnesota They're not gonna do that. They nuke to that resolution. Got rid of it. so to minnesota national guardsmen. Were injured hours later in a drive by shooting as the twin cities remains on edge ahead of the verdict. This was of course written yesterday announced to become shortly. The comments excused by house speaker. Nancy pelosi in the white house through the admonishment of judge. Peter kay hill. Who presides over the chauvin trial. I wish elected officials would stop talking about this case. He said before calling waters. Comments ab- hornet congressional republicans. Condemned waters comments as incitement and jury intimidation. Chauvinst defense team was denied request. Sequester the jury throughout the trial. I mean you're talking about a trial before you're talking about this thing. You're giving a verdict before the verdict was delivered by the jury. I watched the same thing. I watched it come down live and it was almost comical to watch. The media's look of just crushed disappointment that they weren't about to report on twenty four hours of madness in the city for writing. They wanted it. they were just. I mean how many of those reports were saying no matter what that you know like. Here's here's an article right here. Black lives matter. Protesters in minneapolis. Compared police shootings to genocide tuesday. Enviro video on twitter Amy horowitz went minneapolis. Ask protesters about the tension in the city as they awaited the verdict. Derek chauvin trial one. Protester set one. Protester said burned the whole city down. What does it matter i say. Burn the city down. You know so. They can see what were here. Continue the movement yes absolutely. Another one said It when she asked them if they would burn down minneapolis. He said that'd be the least of our problems. I'm all for burning it down. There shouldn't even be a trolley. Should be convicted. Just as is come from her. they're fearless founder. She was too busy closing on her multimillion. Dollar home. patrice the fourth multimillion-dollar dollar however it was well she's she's a marxist man. She's got to put her family somewhere. You gotta be able to share real estate like that. Yeah everybody's equal have some really good breaking news. We're tight on time last night. texas gun. Experience prevented guns from getting in the wrong hands when somebody tried to break in. Because we don't want them in the wrong hands and they did it in through that glass paired to keep america safe more ways than one who tries to break into a place like texas gun. I got pictures of them. I saw tight will be right back. I appreciate rhonda. Santa's there in florida. you know. He just signed a bill anti rioting in florida. I said if you look at the breadth of this particular piece of legislation strongest anti writing pro law enforcement piece of legislation in the country. There's just nothing even close it. The law grant civil immunity for people who drive through demonstrators blocking a road meaning. They can't be sued for damages of protesters get hurt or killed though they could face criminal criminal. Charges ahead of the bill's passing democrats asked if such a provision would have protected the white nationals. Who ran over and killed counter. Protester heather higher charlottesville said the immunity would not apply if the driver claims self defense. Interesting interesting world. We're living in Makes it makes me want to vomit. I guess we can expect something similar next week here in texas probably so drug. Gotta remember greg abbott. He says he doesn't do it right. He just echoes the sentiment. He says it doesn't do it. did doesn't get it done. Yes exactly right. I want you guys to go to watch chad dot com. And see where we're going to be. We're gonna be all over the country over the next couple of months and not the least of which is gonna be all over the state of texas doing a whole lot of things Various various a little pop ups and rallies and all kinds of things are gonna be fun. come see us in oklahoma city friday night. We're going to be there. That is the twenty third right. Alison the twenty third. We're going to be at the national cowboy hall of fame and western heritage museum. So come out there the ragamuffins will be there. Jesse painting be they were gonna have good time. You can get your tickets and info. Watch chad dot com. And that's all the fun stuff is alison. you'll get your get. Your yellow shirt identifies texan. Got a few left. They were limited edition. This is one of my favorites around here. Most likely to succeed you wearing the same thing. Steve we're twinsies succeed. Hashtag secede us tuesday night. Folks we will tonight. We love you. God bless you talk to you next by off.

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Stuntman Eddie Braun

The Chad Prather Show

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Stuntman Eddie Braun

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So I know that Saint juris, but don't you think about that for a second in? I want you to put some thought into that say Hello to everybody everybody. Now. While you think about things that you've done to. Remember when I was sixteen and I had my little Ford ranger, and Jen, and I were trying to get to I think Cleveland, and we ended up getting lost in godly. So this is out in the middle of nowhere down here in Texas. So we were on our way back, of course, back then there were no cellphones. There was no map. There was no nothing. We just hope for the best. We were coming around the corner not a corner, but it was like a Kerr part of the road. And when we did we went up onto wills. My driver's side. And we ended up we didn't flip or anything like that. But it was very scary. And we ended up like turning around in the middle of the road weaned landed in somebody's yard. And it was thank God somebody's yard because we hadn't seen a house in a few miles and the family came out and helped us I'd blown a tire, and they helped us get it off and everything else. And we went home we were pretty shocked. It was an accident. You didn't mean to do it now? All right. So our guest today, Eddie Braun is a Hollywood stuntman. He means to do. So like that. And he's a pro at it. And we got a great conversation. We got great sponsors though. You know, I'm excited because I'm sitting here looking we've got to get that set up right there. You people always ask us. We're always on the road. I'm on the road. And they're like, how do you do that? 'cause you advertise when you're on the road. I mean, you're not worried about that. I'm like, Nope. Absolutely. Not because first of all we have pretty well trained personal protection dogs. And we are we're in Texas, obviously, we're well. Armed we have. An incredible security system. Somebody's always at the house that we always have somebody here. Yeah. It's never empty. So even when we're both out of town. We've always got somebody around here in in pretty good deal. But I'll tell you something that has made it very secure is, you know, we believe in peace of mind in if you're going to live your fullest life to the best reduce stress, especially when it comes to the safety of your, home, and most importantly, your family. That's what our new sponsor. Blink is all about blinks and ultra affordable one hundred percent wire free home security camera that runs on two AA batteries for up to two years. That's incredible. Our little recorder here doesn't even hardly last through an episode of batteries. But because blinked cameras don't have any wires you can play some virtually anywhere in your home inside or out. We've had people in our in our home all this last week. 'cause we've been renovating the kitchen and stuff. We've I mean, we've unlocked the door left. 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That's just go on and on and on and on. And he's just been in everything. But we're talking today because he's got a documentary on award winning documentary. That's coming out in early two thousand nineteen call stuntman because he recreated an innocent fun conversation. He's gonna tell us all about it. He recreated the jump that evil. Knievel was unsuccessful when he tried to jump the snake river canyon watch the documentary he survived. That's that's how we were able to have the conversation today. So cool, dude, gracious guy fun conversation, if you've ever been fascinated by the movies or stunt men, and all that stuff you're gonna love this episode with Mr. Eddie Braun, you're gonna like it. So hang in there. Hang tight Jade. Here's what we're going to do. We going to get some tacos I like taco we're going to go get tacos, we're gonna come back. We're going to eat them with a really really hot sauce and in about twenty minutes after that you could go from the Squatty potty. 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That is the Hollywood stuntman professional stunt men and women who don't really ever get to see their faces in. So they're the Hollywood heroes. It can kind of go through undetected in obscure. And I got one of the great ones on the phone with me today. Mr. Eddie Braun, Eddie how you doing man? Hey, chad. How are you? Thank you for having me on your show. I can't wait to talk to you about some of this stuff. You got some incredible success with the movie that you've just come out with. We'll talk about that. We're going to get into that. But I I I've had some opportunity we talked about it before we came on the air here. And we had the opportunity to spend some time with some professional stunt men and. I always ask them the same question. You guys have got to be crazy right actually chat. I am far from crazy. I'm I'm a pretty regular do it all I'm not that. Crazy. I love doing it. Because there's a big difference in our mutual friend. Walter Scott told me a long time ago. He said, you know, he said our goal is is to not get hurt. We do everything to not get hurt in professional stunt men and women we're not dare-devils. We're out there. Trying to do this in live to to do it another day in how did it in the world? Did you get started with this? Well, let me start out Chad by defining. You know, people say, hey, you go to work, and you don't wanna get hurt of when I go to work. I always get hurt. Injured right. Always get hurt going to work. It's like a professional boxer or professional football player if he's successful. He gets hurt every week, right? There's a difference for being hurt and being injured. They're clear difference shares. So would producers and people say, hey, we don't want you to get hurt doing as well. I can't do it that. Well, what do you mean? You can't do it falling to the ground or crashing through that wall. Hurts you know, you just not to get injured. So there there's a difference of her versus injury. Right. That makes makes complete and total sense. And there's a skilled of that. There's an art to it. I'm sure. Well. Yeah. If you're not halfway decent at it. You won't be doing it. But yet I got started as a kid. I was very fortunate to meet evil knievel. And and I don't know if you know much about evil knievel but back in the in the seventies. Every kid wanted to be. I mean, the man wore a Cape everybody be like him. So I met him as a kid. I don't Oz nine ten years old. And from that moment on I did not want to be anything else. But like evil knievel that was kind of like the thing that motivated me into now from that. I started racing motorcycles and whatnot. Which led to me starting as a professional stuntman at the age of seventeen. Well, if you've just all of a sudden decide, hey one day, I'm going to this. I want to do a career. I mean, there's I'm gonna make a career out of being a stuntman. Well, I didn't really know when I was seventeen and back then in the early one thousand nine hundred eighty or so people really did not know what a stuntman was. I mean, this was before behind the scenes and cable TV and anything. So so Stutman were kind of a an obscurity. No one really knew what? And who they were. I just knew I wanted to do something really cool and because of meeting evil. Evil as the child because of my motorcycle background. It led me to meet people. Like, I said it seventeen I got in with a bunch of old Cowboys, and they had me do my age was great at the time being the kid. So they'd let me do a couple of things which led to another couple of thing before I knew it. I was like getting regular checks and making money Hollywood stuntman, and it was bitching. I know that when I was a kid back through the seventies. And eighties. We always I agree with you. We all wanted to be able able we spend our days on our dirt bikes in on our motorcycles and on skateboards, my brothers. And I in lead leave we grew up way down in the woods. So we had to find ways to entertain ourselves. So we spent our time jumping over firewood and trash cans and each other and doing everything that we could how could we take a fall off of the house? It's a miracle. We never broke our next, but I can tell you it never crossed my mind at anytime to think, hey, I want to do this professionally now my brother, I think he did. But my brothers just always been. No skill whatsoever. Just a death wish I think, but. I admire the profession so much. Well, my first foray actually knew it was after meeting able can evil I promptly I think two or three weeks later got on my schwinn Stingray and tried to jump trash cans, which led to a hell of a crash, and I broke my right arm. And that was my like. You know, I thought hey, I was cool. I was like evil knievel. But I don't think I wanted to be like him like every other kid in the seventies. I don't think I made a conscious that thing that, hey, I'm going to become a Hollywood stuntman. I mean, it just it was a natural progression of being in the right place at the right time. And a lot of luck soon. After a first couple of stunts that I was paid for will. Then it was like, okay, I'm going at this full tilt boogie here. And like I said, I I been working nonstop since I was seventeen years old as a professional Hollywood stomach, and you have one incredible resume. I mean, everybody has anybody. That's watched a movie has seen you whether they know it or not an Esa thing. I think you've even made the claim, you know, the folks folks don't ever see your face. You know, how does that how does that resonate with you in that role? There's a very good reason that I'm a stunt man and not an actor. But I don't need that kind of debt kind of attention. In fact, my film is called stuntman the face. You never see you. Don't see my I've made a career out of you not saying my face. And that's okay. For me. It's not it was never about that. That's also the difference. That's also the difference between a professional stuntman and a daredevil dare-devils such as evil knievel was a daredevil they do things for their own glory and professional stuntmen. They're kind of part of a team, and they're usually glorifying someone else by their access. I've never I've never needed that kind of attention. I said, hey, just make sure you spell my name right on the check. Just I've never I've never there's a very good reason. I named my rocket the evil spirit and not the Eddie Braun. It really wasn't about me. And I mean that in all seriousness. Let's talk a little bit about that. Because there's so many questions that I is so many questions I want to get into. But before we go any further. Let's let's talk about the big thing that we are referring to in. That is the documentary film that you made with Dwayne Johnson, and Danny Garcia seven bucks production called stunt, man. Tell us about that process. What your motivation was and what you hope to accomplish in the purpose of the movie. I don't wanna give anything away for anybody who I don't want to give the wrong things away. So you tell me about it. Well, I'm not worried about giving away. Obviously, I lived. I mean, you know, what happened to Hannah? But everybody loved the film, you know. The whole reason for me to start as a stuntman and having thirty five plus years that I'm very proud of of the work that I've been fortunate enough to be able to be a part of you know, what I got in this business and elder stomach that said to me, and it really stuck with me and says you never really retire from this business this business retires. You another words that stuck with me as an aging stuntman. You know, I've always I'm the guy that you never wanna be the last guy at a party, Joe always wanna leave the Artie before the party ends on your asked to leave. And I thought to myself after after all my years, you know, one of the reasons the whole reason I became a stunt man was because of Mr. knievel what better way what kind of fitting mic drop? Would it be if I could complete not do what he didn't do? But finish what he started which is a nine thousand nine hundred seventy four those that no evil knievel, he attempted. His most audacious grandiose stunt, which was to try and cross the snake river canyon in Idaho. Twin falls in a an essence a rocket. He he attempted it. And unfortunately, he was unsuccessful. I won't say people said he failed. I don't think he failed. I just think he was unsuccessful, and I can tell you how miserable. It was. No wonder he never went back to do it again. Awful. But personally for me, I thought what better way as a mic drop, Mike career to pay all mosh to the man that inspired me and a whole generation in the first place. What if I could complete the snake river canyon, jump so lo and behold, I never knew how difficult it was going to be but five years in the process, and a lot of blood, sweat, and many many tears I was able to in pretty much the same rocket in the same place. I crossed the canyon and surived and the whole process, we filled it in and made a movie out of it called the stuntman. Right. But the whole the whole reason for doing it was two two reasons actually I have four four kids, and I wanted through actions not words, but through actions, I wanted to show my kids that you could do something so epic. If you work. Really hard. You can do something so epic as even fulfill the dream of your hero. If you just work, really hard. So it served a lot of purposes for me to attempt to do this and documented and not that was the innocence. It was to pay them is to to Mr. knievel and to show my four kids that you could do something pretty ethically. Cool if you've just worked really hard. I gotta admit that's pretty ethically. Cool. I'm really is. It's an amazing. It was an amazing job that you did it. So, you know, and I watch I can remember watching the documentary back about evil knievel. I probably watch that in the last year or two and they were talking about that. And the things that you know, were unsuccessful about that jump where do you think that it went wrong for him? When he did that was just the the the execution of it. Or was it the technology of what was used or what do you think? Well, I mean, listen, we get speculate all day long on the reasons and this is in that. You. I don't know. I honestly don't know. Was it technical was you who knows what I do know. Is it sucked doing? And I understand why never went back to do it again that I can tell you firsthand. Yeah. It was awful. I'd never do it again in my life. Is awfully intense. And I can only imagine what the g force of something. Like that was in the cockpit of that. Well, I chat I can actually tell you. I went we put little meters inside it went from zero to four hundred thirty nine miles an hour in less than three seconds while suffered. I suffered eight geez. How I didn't pass out. I don't know but jet I IP blood for three days afterwards. Yeah. When everybody was in the bar celebrating that evening, I was in the hotel room, puking and teeing blood. Herbal. But it's not the way that. I pretty much smashed everything on the inside. It was it was really bad. It will. So so I understand why Mr. knievel never wanted any part of that again. Well, then is the ultimate mic drop. Eddie, honestly that is for incredible. Like, I said chat. I for me. Personally, it just felt really good finishing out something that my heroes started. It's the only way I could acquaint it too is a lot of everybody came up to. And it really bothers me. Hey, you did what evil knievel could do. And that really bothers me. I always felt like if a closer comes in and the eighth inning pitching does. That mean the other pitcher socked, no, they're all part of the same team for me. It was just personally satisfying to finish out my heroes, drain it. What point in time? You look at a project like that. You say, okay. I feel pretty confident in my ability to survive this or to not experience major injury. I mean, I how confident were you were you went into this? I gotta tell you a maybe it's my cockiness. Maybe it's who knows. What is I figured, hey, I could probably pull this off. And then the and then the minute I said it everybody looked at me and said really, and then I said, oh crap. Now, I have to because. I can open my mouth there were. I will. I will say there were varying degrees at certain times where I thought I could do it and thought I can't do it. But I'm into deep and I can't back out now, which is probably what Mr. knievel felt as well. I mean, I've always been a guy that tried to live by let your yeses be. Yes. And your nose be no. And and you know, what I mean, sometimes you gotta put your money where your mouth is. And or your ass where your mouth is pretty much everything else where your mouth is you just better back it up, especially as a stunt, man. So. You know, there were there were times. I'd say oh crap. What did I get myself into other times that arrogantly I'd say, I got this. You know, if it doesn't kill me. I got in jumping the snake river canyon, obviously, you were honoring evil knievel's legacy. But you you did a little bit more than that as well. Talk to talk to us a little bit about Scott treks in the process of building that rocket. Here's where the story really really has has deep meaning, and maybe people will see it in the film. You know? I'm just some schmuck that medi look at it as a kid, and you know, he inspired me, but but the true acts family Bob trucks, who was a world renown like rock scientists Bob treks is the guy that evil knievel contacted to build his rocket. And and Bob true ash. Had this great career of successful. I mean, he was one of the founding of NASA. So now, he builds a rocket for evil knievel. And now he's in the public eye and this. This thing doesn't get across the canyon. So for the true acts family, that's always he's been famously known for this failure of a rocket while at the same time. Mr. Bob trucks, had a son Scott trucks is about my age. So what he was a little kid. His dad was building evil's rocket. Well, when that was unsuccessful Detroit ex family has had to live with this failure. That's kind of like hung over the family name. I was able to hook up with Scott to us who who is what a sweetheart and a gentleman that guy is and in hooking up with them. He told me, hey, I can build you. I still have spare parts from the original rock, and I can build you the same. I have my dad's blueprints. I have everything if you have the wherewithal to want to attempt this think you can I can replicate the exact rocket, and I went, wow. I mean. That was then it was really getting cool. So we teamed up together Scott, and I and off of his father's spare parts and off of his father's blueprints built me pretty much fit form and finish the same exact rocket. It was at a time warp from nine hundred seventy four this was not a modern carbon fibre and computer kind of thing. This is built with duct tape and a crescent wrench and a hammer. I mean in. Wiley Coyote, but very effective in the process of me making it across kind of cleared the true axe name and showed that Bob drew axe built a rocket. 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I cleared the canyon by a mile pretty much. The thing is going to send me into the next county. Take what probably what would right? Probably had the power to do it. You know? And I look at this thing and watch the video of the job, and it's just so impressive. And just so greasy to do that. And I have to ask myself. You know, how do you prepare for that other than the tech building the rocket, and I'm just pray and get in a how much preparation can go into that you pray. Q you buddies hands and say, you know, if it goes good, I'll see on the other side. And if it doesn't go good nice, knowing you, I mean, no, I mean, listen again, I'm not a crazy guy. I had a pretty pretty good level of confidence that that this would work. That's what I kind of looked at it not from a daredevil perspective. But from a stunt coordinator perspective to me, if you take out all the hype and all the sentiment out of this thing. This was just another like action sequence that we do in movies. It really was it was like, okay. Get from point a to point b and survive it how do you do this now? So I looked at it more like a technician like a stunt coordinator. Alright, you gotta do this this this and this, and if you do those things correctly, and you pray a lot you should get this outcome. And that's exactly how how I did it again, I was being Trish. About three shots at Kiel. Trust me. I listen I want three shots and tequila just watching the video. Amazing. I wanted to I wanted approach this thing also like like, a gentleman and pay honored evil knievel. And I know that evil knievel did a did a couple of shots of his wild Turkey before he got his rocket. I also wanted to if you know, the story of the Titanic. There was a band a band that played all the way down the sinking ship and they wore the finest tuxedos. They knew they were going down. But they wanted to be they wanted to be gentleman about it. And I thought okay, I've got a core group of guys here. And I'm about to climb into this thing at the very least I wanted to approach this like a gentleman we are going to as gentlemen, do a toast, maybe three of them off I go. So it was kind of a there was a lot of for me. A lot of sentiment involved in just climbing in this thing after the thing was over. What was your emotion coming out of that obviously some relief in? I'm sure some excitement and celebration. But, but what was what was the raw emotion? The raw motion was very surreal to add. It was very surreal. Once I once I realized here was the beauty about landing so far away. I didn't have a lot of people rushing in to. To like confuse me with everything right? Actually got a few moments to myself sitting there in that open field. You know, first of all my brain had to catch up with what really happened because traveling at that speed that fast that quickly you're moving faster than your brain can really comprehend things. Right. It was very surreal moment to realize a that. I had survived it and be that I just completed my heroes dream. I mean, evil knievel had said it. So so prophetically that it's been forty two plus years since anybody tried crossing that canyon. The thing hasn't moved an inch. And no one has has been able to to get to the other side in that manner. So it was very surreal John. That's that's all I can call. It was very surreal sitting there by myself as I see people in the distance coming to me. Yeah. I can only imagine something like that. But I would have to guess I would say. We all have our fears are phobias and fears. I'm sure you're no different from that. I'm sure you don't operate in just a complete fearlessness. I would I would assume that probably not the scariest thing you've ever done as probably other things that you have done that you took your breath away more than even this avail. Or was this the biggest one let me start off by being really honest here. I'm scared to death of I'm like the anti stomach. Here's I'm scared to death of heights. I was petrified doing this thing. And you know, I've always told my kids every time I go to work. I'm doing I'm getting scared of something there is nothing wrong with being scared. It's how you deal with your fears that define the man that you are you do cower. Do you run from them or do you confront them and deal with them? So, you know, I was ter I'll be honest. I was terrified of doing this terrified. It it went about three thousand feet up in the air. And I told you I'm scared of heights so three thousand feet in a basically a little tin can that's held together with sub rivets duct tape. And and basically. Yeah, I was petrified. And obviously, obviously you had a parachute on the rocket. Do were you wearing a personal parachute yourself in case? The thing came apart. No, there was no room in this thing. This thing was so crammed. It was like being an if you're claustrophobic forget it was like being zipped up in a sleeping bag. That's too small for you with your arms inside. Yeah. It was miserable. So there were there would be no parachute. For me. I did have a fear. If I ended up in the water that I would drown because I would never have been able to get out of this thing. Fast enough. Yeah. See that's where that's where you'd get me right there with the claustrophobia, and then the landing in the water. I would have every every fear every potential scenario running through my head. It'd be horrible. How long how long were you in the actual rocket before it took off? Here's the thing that I had to refer back to my stuntman profession. I was in the thing. Probably in mind, you Chad. This thing is now when it's hated up and loaded up, it's a bomb. It's a high pressure bomb, and I had to sit in the sink probably for half an hour to probably forty minutes. I sat on this bomb as its hissing and making noises while they set the cameras while they they do all sorts of other things in it's hot. It's claustrophobic. It's uncomfortable. I'm I'm at fifty six degrees, which is almost pointed straight up and down. I'm scared to death. It was awful. And I had to sit there for like thirty minutes. Forty five minutes being that miserable that in and of itself sucked. Yeah. I can only imagine that. I'd be out right there. I couldn't do it. Cut me out of this thing. I was not let's put it this way shot. I have not nor do I ever intend to climb into that rocket again out of it. I said that's enough. You know, other people are they'll feel three client. And then it if they want to, but there's no reason in the world that I can think of that I will ever climb into that rocket again, it was that of a great entertainment. I'm glad you did it, and you guys you took home the audience award for documentary feature at the Los Angeles film festivals. Congratulations on that you expect for it to be that that will receive. No, I did not to be perfectly honest. Here's you know. People ask me is your movie good is it bad. How is it? And I gotta tell you. It's really hard to be objective about a movie that's about you. I mean what I say. Here's what I will say. I can't tell you. Whether it's good or it's bad. But I'm very proud of every frame of foot. I'm proud of it. Okay. I'm really proud of it. And and when we. He presented this thing at the film festival when we debuted it I had no idea that it would win the audience award. I mean, I was shocked. In fact, I had no speech when they announced that I had one I went up there. Crying like a little twelve year old child. All I could say to them was that. I bet you've never seen a grown stuntman cry before. I didn't know what to say. It was like, no, I did not expect that I went home that it's I would hope that it's well received only because it's honest, and it's pure, well, I can tell you know, anybody that wants to check it out you can Google stuntman movie. And it's going to be one of the first things that pops up, and you can see the trailer for them only the trailer isn't tits. Well, thank you. I hope I hope and pray that it's well received. Again. I don't know I've done everything that I can do what I can say is. I'm proud of it. I left everything on the field. You almost all over the field. Eddie. Exactly that that could have been the outcome. But not chat. I'm very proud of the film. I hope that when people see it they'll at a very least whether they like it or not they'll they'll feel that it's genuine, and so we're looking at it being released somewhere early in twenty one thousand nine hundred and it's called stuntman the face. You never see. That's great. That's great. It's going to be. I can't wait to see it myself. Are you still are you still working doing stunt coordinating? Or you are y'all done. Well, gee, I gotta tell you since I wanted this film to be exactly the way that it is that meant putting my money where my mouth is. So basically, I sell finance the film is what so the long and the short of it. No, I soon as I'm done here with you having me on your wonderful show. I'm going out as a stunt, man. Again, and working. I mean, I'm I'm I spent all my money on this movie. It's if it's well received at least I break, even and I retire, but for right now yet, I'm still out there getting beat up, and I'm not complaining, I love my job. But I won't be too disappointed. When it's time for me to completely hang I understand, I understand, and I can only imagine and I- hands down wholeheartedly encourage all the phone. We have a couple of hundred thousand people that listen weekly to this podcast. And we'll hear it this week. And I'm telling you, I encourage everybody be on the lookout for this thing. It's going to be is just incredible. And and I'm pretty pretty proud for you, actually. But I mean you've done so many movies and you've done so many different things. So many projects. Have you enjoyed the process of it over the years. Oh, yeah. I've loved every minute of it. I mean, it's been unbelievably awesome and fun. And I mean, I'm so thankful for my job. And the opportunities given me it's like, it's all the probably better than being a rockstar because. Because I get to do so many different things and get in for it. Of course, there's days that you go John this. But by and large, it's been wonderful, and I'm very thankful that I've had the opportunity, but it is time for me to kind of hang it up, and maybe through this film. It will allow me to be my mic drop, and I can quietly just disappeared into obscurity, which is fine. By me. Sure. I understand. I understand have you. You know, we I mentioned alluded to our friend Walter Scott in those guys the Scott brothers. And I know that they've done a lot of westerns and things like that. Did you have a throughout your career? You had a certain specialty stunt type of stunt. You've enjoyed doing more than others or felt like it was more your your expertise. Or is it just general all of them know, my my forte. Fortunately has been cars, and I liked that. Because I get a lot of metal around me. I have done all kinds of stunts from motorcycles to falls to burns to a you name it as a stunt guy. You better be prepared for a whole gamut of things, but I prefer cars because at least I'm insulated by the beating sometimes in a car, so that's kind of been my forte. But you know, like, I said, it's it's time. No matter what it is. It's probably time that I kind of hanging up leave it for the younger younger kids to do. It's intense. And I think it's only getting more and more intense as movies go on. On. So I encourage everybody like I said go out when you get the opportunity. You know, do, you know, do you have an idea of what the general range of release is going to be for the documentaries? You're going to be in theaters. Is it going to be? Yeah, I believe it will be a theatrical release at first, and then it'll go from tropical to you know, to the television, however, the screaming and all those things that's probably believe and one thing I can say about the film, you know, you were talking about action films these days, I'm a little jaded because I it just drives me crazy personally to seal the computer generated imagery, I hate that stuff. Right. Personally won against say about my film. There's not one in Hance -ment, computer, generated in is as real as it gets every stunt in. My movie is real every stunt that you see the action from the rocket to the several the other Stutz, you'll see they're all real there's no computer imagery there. And I'm quite proud of that as well. I mean, you know, it's about as real as the gets. Yeah. And this coming from from guy who's done stunts and everything from transformers to the avengers. I was joking with some friends recently about that latest avengers movie. I said I think the reason the whole never really showed up is because they ran out of money creating everything with a computer, they didn't have the budget for the hook ship. And I'm very old school. I like real action. I like real stuff. I'm so over the whole computer generated crap it's not real and to me, it doesn't even look real. So, you know, my hats off to all the people that love that stuff. That's great. But but for me personally, gimme some real intense real car chases, real crashes real stuns, you know, my films the films that I like my action films. Sometimes very from. What people think is there popular action Phelps, you know, because I like real I like the real stuff. Yeah. I agree with you, and you can tell when it's it's fake. I mean, it's it's overdone. It's it's computer generated or it's a special effect or something like that. And I agree with you. I don't like that at all. I think it takes away from so much of the story. I people all the time. So hey, you know, what are some of the proudest films you've worked on and my answers would be different. Than what they would expect me to say, you know, this films. I've worked on myself that I'm quite proud of that aren't really big blockbuster hits. But but the action looks great in them. What are they because I might have to watch them. Haven't seen him already seen him. I'm always running out of movies to watch. Well, I'll tell you a great sleeper movie that that I'm really proud of the car chases, so intense, and it's a movie called the town. Ben affleck. And it's called the town with Ben Affleck, Jeremy Renner and need is grabbing we do a car chase in in Boston. That's unbelievable. Gary Himes who's a buddy of mine. The second unit director stuck coordinator that I mean, he put us. He he he turned us loose on this car chase with police cars, and it's it is not always a good movie and bending did a great job directing. But it's an intense car-chase, and I'm really really proud of it. It's a high stakes there. There isn't any computer generated imagery there either. It's just intense seedier payouts. So that's that's one of the film's. I'm really proud of him. Very fortunate to have been a part of called the town. I can't can't stress enough. Go have a pecan and tell me think right movie great movie. No question about it. I. You know in. I know that different different actors in actresses out there of times, we'll want to say, well, you know, I want to do some of my own stunts. And I know that's gotta be hugely frowned upon. How how often do you get the pushback on that from from actors? I mean is that even still thing or they say, no, we're going to let the stunt man. Do it. First of all, I was stuck coordinator of all three of the Jackie Chan, the rush hour films in Jackie, you know, he was raised in the circus that guy is more talented than than a lot of stunt men in the business, and he could easily do the things very if not better than some of the guys out there. Here's the thing the actors all wanna do it, you know, and part of that is ego part of that is skill. But this is a business after all and these actors are commodities, and if they get hurt it really messes a lot of people's find it financially. It's just not the smartest thing to do. Even if they're capable of doing it. There's no reason stunk. I can go out and do it. And and everybody gets along fine. It's hard to get actors. Then you get actors that claim they do their own stunts. And that's like, okay, buddy. If that's all you want to, you know, go. That's okay. There's a few of those then there's other actors that say, I don't do any of it. I let my guard. I'll tell you one guy that they'll be the first guy to tell you. He doesn't do hardly anything. And that's Charlie Sheen who will have doubled Charlie's the first guy to say, dude, I got a guy that kind of looks like me, and he doesn't he doesn't that doesn't. And you know, much to his credit. That's great. I mean, that's so different than other. They do it. And then and then they really kind of don't. And then there's actors like Tom Cruise that listen he'd make the acting thing doesn't work out for him. He'd be make a hell of a stuntman. Well, any broke his ankle in the last mission impossible that happened. You know, Michael, Jordan. He misses baskets every now, and again, you know, that happens you've just got to be prepared to pay the price. You know, Tom. Listen, he's done. Some I've worked with Tom on several subs. He's a great guy, and he's very handy and talented, but you know, what he's going to miss a few baskets now. And again, you just be ready to pay the price. Yeah. That's in that scene. I was out in Hollywood a few weeks ago. We were we were having lunch in we were talking with one of my friends television writer, and we were talking about Tom, and he is a great guy. And we were talking about that scene where he messed up his ankle. And he's still got up in Finnish. Out the scene. You know, he kept on running even on that ankle with it messed up, and you can actually see where it gets messed up in that deal. You know, he was out for a little while from that. But that's a crazy crazy thing. Like, I said, you just never know. It's one of those diesel if the whole acting thing doesn't work out for Tom. You know, he's got a pretty bright future. A stump, man. It's such a fascinating thing. The movie business is a fascinating fascinating world. And you know, I think it's the stuntman that, you know, make it great. I go all the way back to the only major show. I used to love watching that, you know. You can't say that. You know, I worked on the fog. 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Ep 351 | What Happened to the Constitution?

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44:10 min | 9 months ago

Ep 351 | What Happened to the Constitution?

"It's party time on. Welcome to another episode of the chat practice here in the mother ship which is studio. Twenty two we're going to dig into your brains today and it's gonna be fun with the puppetmaster. Market candy the queen of the ethiopians get married. you're going to have a little tate. Tots love it. I wish i could take credit for that. But that's a natalie. That is a hot news natalie sitting over there at the pub then. Steve made it even longer. What did you say. Caterina's totta rita's take. Oh gosh i love. God bless them. I mean there's not multi just two. Yeah we still don't know what candace is but that's okay. She's a lovely human being and that's all right with me. It's all right with me. She just glows pay hosted. Lisa page made me do it. How are you i. i'm feeling fantastic. Since i have my new hut here we keep it cold in here. It's so called but not me killed in here. Don't put that hood on a was shot in the leg. What officer you get back in the car. That was now obser- petrovic we don't mean that at all not at all no. So that's what happened with. You're coming to work. Were coming to the studio the other day yesterday and you were doing what twenty-five over had to go to the bathroom for the ticket. Jail steve twenty nine over a a class on thirty. Five cervitti bernstein. I had to go to the bathroom. Fits year meeting get sold. Whatever amid. you're not supposed to admit to anything i did. As he came out on television loading this hoodie. When i gave those pecker pills to aubrey huff on our show and steve jobs will charge just committed a felony television. We show him the roman stuff. I was showing him what it looks like. It's just making jokes. And i didn't even think off. Oh well a felony for chad. Prater what we were looking for something to get him on. And oh my gosh You sold your house yet natalie. Yes yeah you better get it done before joe biden takes right you don girl girl games and you'd better hide it either. How fast yeah we to it on friday. Yeah she got natalie. It's white privilege you solar house because of white privilege a buddy ron white here in the hot seat with us today. We're gonna have some fun and a lot of fun. Thanks for being here We show it. You know told her about yesterday. You sent me the video you have hung out and It's always fun being around you because your memory. So dadgum great. I mean just incredible and you sent me the video that had the first one hundred episode. Titles of the chad prager show that was on the blaze and I was like dadgum. We're watching it and the president of the network sitting there watching it with us and he goes. I know that guy. He's on brain games. And i was like exactly. Yeah that's pretty in tune for him. You know the he remembered you doing that so akali we're gonna have fun today. Yeah no it is but you know it's it's system. I appreciate all the accolades from memory. But it's work it's a system can do is work. 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But it's weird. The older you get you find this true. The older you get like you. You either doubt or like africa. I know that person told me their name i remember. I'm pretty good with names. Because i try to say their name immediately in a conversation Or repeat it right back to them. And i've always done pretty good with the waiters waitresses that people you know wherever you go the people because it means something to made to do that. 'cause i mean people are important. Then you've taught me that over the last few years of. That's before i would meet somebody. I wouldn't think that really what i want. I remember i. I know but but i find myself sometimes like people whose names that i know just as well as my own draw a blank right. That disturbs me. So i think it's critical that not only you you read. That's my philosophy. You have to read. And i do that a lot but you need to work on these brian games so to speak what what did you do. You feel like that's true. Or i mean you gotta steel trap up there. I know it's true. I took a memory seminar when i was eighteen years old. I was kicked out of the university of north texas at zero point nine. Gpa i had this theory echinacea. Update the fast. Whatever it didn't work but during that suspension. I took a memory course so and then i just started doing it for eleven. So it's been thirty years and here's the point. I'm getting that when i first started. I would go into a room. And i'd memorize one hundred one hundred and fifty names introduce myself. Go back rattle off. Everybody's name. I can still do that today. But thirty years later at the age of almost forty eight i am. It's slowing down. My processing speed is slowing down. And i can feel it. I it since. And that's true. After about thirty five all our processing speed slows down. Yeah it's scary. It sucks like i went to sleep last night. I may wake up dead at that point in this. Lay laying there but at my age. I can still masturbate. But it gives me heartburn or you just get bored. Rollo's throw your back out. i'm have sex not over. Talk myself out right out of that. yeah so but it is because i'm almost forty eight to and so i feel that and sometimes i look at myself. And i'm like calm steve's age party thousand almost art how almost one hundred per catch me. Yeah hope you don't. I don't either and i don't know i hope you do but you don't but i hope you stay ahead of me but i can remember going back and when i was in college we had. We had certain tests. We have certain professors that they would give you an outline right of everything that was in a book and basically you had to be able to go back and regurgitate the outline which was stupid test stupid. Test all the points and sub points and everything and that was the whole deal so you spent your time not necessarily learning anything. The wrote memory thing and i can remember going in and say i. When i went and got my master's degree i was taking a degree. I was taking classes in a greek. Which is what the new testament was written in. I was that the memory thing came in handy there and then I can remember saying okay. Well i wanna. I wanna learn the entire book of john. In the new testament beginning was the word was with god. The word was god. He was all things about him. Nothing was made it made with you know just going. On in his life was light was the light of men in light chance darts comprehended. There was a man of you. And you're not. You're not doing this every day. And your browns still no. This is just wires ago so you know there was a man from god. His name was. Johnny was not the light. Bill sent to bear witness of that light. You know the greek alphabet to the beta. Gamma delta zeta. Coupla nukes crop talks. Lafi keeps him mega so so stuff like that. That's wrote right. I remember those things. My have a greek professor. Who used to say all the time. He like one of these days. You're just going to be slumped over in a wheelchair nursing home by yourself. Going l w but what we used to do is we used to go for. We go out for drinks in bars and find the fraternity guys. And i would say if. I could say the greek alphabet faster than you because you know. That's the big thing for greek in the greek fraternity. Deal the alphabet vaccine. Faster than you you gotta by the drink now. You never be able to do that. Let's try it and so we would do things like that or we would. I'd say i'll tell you what let's light a match and if it burns down to your buddies lips before you say the greek alphabet allow it. You know then we'd make all kinds of challenges and stuff like we drink a lot for free. You know what i'm saying. I was impressed with helps your memory. Of course it's amazing things you do remember as well as forget when you're drinking but the it and that's always been the kind of the thing for me like i. I used to memorize stuff like shakespeare. And just because you're always on your instagram. Which is fun and everybody should be following you on instagram is. You're constantly putting up your daily writings of you know different old philosophers an and stuff like that you know. Gotta let a picture this now. I know how to pronounce his name. I know how to spell. I like stoicism. I just i just like the philosophy of it you know of of just being okay with live and okay with what happens and so yeah started putting that up there but it's good stuff. Yeah i it's a great brand right. I mean just being able to do stuff like that and people have that they. They know what to expect coming. They're looking for that and that's good stuff so what we're gonna do. We're going to do it in the next segment. We're going to talk a little bit more in the next segment. You got a pocket constitution here right. You've memorize all of that. Yeah it's four thousand five hundred and forty three words I've memorized it last year in a row traveled around rhode out on a wall and then i forgot it because i didn't memorize it and then all this stuff with corona virus started happening in the election. I'm like you know what i'm gonna re memorize the constitution. This is the time to do it. So i remember it and we're going to test that i've never ever done before but i think i can do. It is there a different method for learning something for short term versus learning for long-term. The methods are really the same but the the review is the difference. So you will remember something if today you you gave me. Give me a fifty digit number. I could repeat it right back but if you ask me in two weeks i wouldn't know it if i don't review difference between short-term and long-term is going to be the review spaced repetition. Yeah yeah and that's and i alluded to that you know. My system with numbers was every digit. Had award picture. Like you know. Let's say one was a banana and who was for lack of a monkey and three was a tree and so if it was one two three. There was a banana being eaten by monkey in a tree. And i could see that story in my head and i would i just. I knew by story like if i wanted to memorize your phone number. I knew you buy a story. That's exactly the people always say. I'm so good with faces. I never forget a face. But i can't remember the name because you saw the face. You never saw the night so what you were doing was seeing the number and that's really the trick of memory. The language of memory seeing things as pitchers. It's what i do with petition. Tyco crazy the memory book. Go try to read one and that was one of the things when you meet someone you actually in your mind. You draw their name on their forehead. Visualize their name on their forehead. Really draw on past so you know you see someone in your badge in yourself drawing it on their forehead so you'll remember that kind of work. Then i forget about using that they live. And i don't know who who suggested that but i would take it a step further instead of instead of seeing lisa written out. I would see the mona lisa. See a picture instead of seeing right now but if you see writing. I don't know if that's going to help so much. But it's the right track so my my daughter. When i was single mom and she was too. I wanted her to memorize my phone number right. And i taught her by melody goes eight five one to do so. I go up to me from her. She'll sing it to you doubt lesson. And so when she was little she would go up to these police officers and start seeing. My phone number and i was single. I'm like as acute so anyway. I didn't get a date the other day Talking about memory and interestingly enough somebody commented on the The youtube premiere and No it was. It was two weeks ago. And last monday when i was by myself sitting at the bar and i did the deal on What's going on in america right now. And they said. Where's the hot chick. They're where's the. Where's that hot chick. And i was like. You don't even remember her name. I don't even remember. I get called hot news in the airport. hot news. talk one of the reasons why i give people nicknames. Okay i get people nicknames ron white because you got the comedian ron white and you got of course you know but i got a personal relationship with the guy and and so you know i'd at least page of lisa page made me do it. Party steve candies and queen of the ethiopians puppet master mark. You know chances. Solis ginger rapper. Newburgh ear i now. Bahrain dude got a good memory though right well. He's good with numbers statistics but not with names. Yeah really know. My name is still doesn't even know who steve is. No one knows no. And they share the same name technically. They share the real eighty times to forget. His name is really stephen because nobody calls him stephen except for his mom right. No literally nobody. It was episode. See forty one forty two forty three four forty four. He is smarter than the rest of a stew is smarter than the rest of right. Yeah that's right back. Maybe he is smart now. But i mean i listen. I'm happy to play the village idiot around here. It's perfectly good between glenn beck and stu and pat and well jeffries probably yeah but anyway but seriously it seriousness. I love just kind of being the one that everybody gets mad at and they send the messages down to kansas said. Tell chad say mother. There is there it is. I just wanted to give you something to do today. In editing time stamp of we're going to get into this thing. Yeah nicknamed you know who's good at nicknames. Donald trump's sleepy joe exotic nicknames and they stick and they brand the person tan. Then you remember the nickname low energy jab your member ted lying that it's such a good picture. It's a good memory q. And he's great at it. Yeah she's brilliant it. Have you never have you ever noticed that. Currently hillary his historically speaking like you didn't know the members of the cabinet. You didn't know the press secretary. You didn't know all these different people that were in the administration that worked but now you know like you hear these names all the time. These names are popping their thrown at you constantly and all these people that you never cared about thank you social media but with social media and the advent of donald trump. You you get a lot of that crazy. we're he's. He was a a great memory coach. I'm going to be joe. Biden's memory coach. The one thing. I hope has memory expert. We'll be the worst thing that can happen. I get dementia. If i go to the white house to ask joe biden got dementia and he goes to the white house nursing them. Now i know. I know it's insane dude and there is no i mean really i say this with hyperbole but there's also a lot of truth to it if you've ever lived through it there's nothing worse than seeing somebody go through dementia or m father had mentioned. My grandmother had alzheimer's just horrible to watch a beautiful brain deteriorate that way. And that's why. I tell you guys if that happens to me. Just get rid of me. I can't stay i got. Steve is looking forward to the day when he gets the hoped energy to do it. Well we're going to get into this so don't go anywhere but hey next time you grill up a couple of steaks i want you to pop open a bottle of extreme altitude mall belk one. I'm loving this wind from bonner family. Winds comes from a remote vineyard in argentina. Up around nine thousand feet where the grapes grow. And when they aren't making wine the herd cattle so they know meet they know barbecue. And that's what these mall. Beck's are four so pop. Open a bottle. 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Oh i can ride him one. That's ridiculous you can't be around the bulls okay. Why don't want anybody around him. That hasn't had one. Yeah that's the whole day you got to be able to improve tested negative. Hopefully i can get another copy of it. That's the whole deal. Make sure your microphone on gas on his mind on. I'm so excited about this segment right here. So listen i'm a little nervous. Well me too. I know it's okay now. We'd we did nothing. I have little pocket constitution you stumping to do that are you nervous. Ron have an idea. You open a page. And i'll tell you how many lines to go down. Let her pick the page number or that. She's okay so in that book it's not it's not. There's there's other things other than constitution. So make sure the constitution the blah extinct. Trust me get constitutes declaration of independence. Yeah the now. We're going to stick with the constitution. I know i know it. I know what. I'm reading the constitution And you guys have Books pretty much full of it full of the constitution. The i you know. People don't know the constitution. That's what did you say that. And that's why. This is so important. So i wanted to do it. I got sick of people saying dutch. Unconstitutional really unconstitutional. What part are you talking about right. Now what article. What section are you specific. While i don't know but feel american. It's unclear exactly right really unconstitutional. And that's why i wanted to memorize. Yeah we go with you. Know what they say. They won't on constitutional according to you know they say it says it so it must be wrong. Yeah exactly exactly so all right. Let's let's start a start simple. Okay yeah here we go you ready raw the best. Well i got it so if you could like say a few sentences in this where you're at then i'll say stop and i'll take it from there figure out what may store we're going to visualize visualize ron very simple. We're going to start with what everybody should know. At least okay. All right we. The people of the united states in order to form a more perfect union establish justice ensure domestic tranquillity provide for the common defense promote the general welfare. Secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity do ordain and establish this constitution for the united states of america. All right very good. That's a good start. You got the preamble to the congress. Steve can you That was solid level. Solid all right so here. We go before i get over here to you guys. Y'all get to pick some pages. The seats of the senators of the first class shelby vacated at the expiration of the second year the second class at the expiration of the fourth year and other third class at the expiration of the six year. So that one third may be chosen every second year and if vacancies happened by any reason for vacancies happened by resignation or otherwise during the recess of the legislature of the senate the executive authority there of it goes on to talk about a making temporary appointments. Right on right on what you know about that. That was so guy. Missed flipped one or two word yet. But you corrected yourself on the one and senate instead of state. But that's okay it's okay. Yeah ron s o cussing now because nobody knows you're the only one thirty six you could at least somebody up in a conversation really i love i love people say can you quote it. Well as a matter of fact let me say about the third and it's hard to work into conversations. Yeah all right. I love it. That's fun Alright pick a page between what number. We're gonna take us pain between. Well it'll be the constitution. it'd be page. One of the constitution and page well thus the declaration of independence and the amendments to the constitution goes about age sixteen or something areas. Pick some in the middle of what started. Fifteen what if we start you. With the amendments icon. Memories word for word gotcha gave you but in all on but in all such cases but but okay all right give me a page eight page eight. Okay all right. i'm gonna lines down. I want you to six lines down and start reading there now. The work nine. The ninth word purchased by the consent of the legislature of the state in which the same shall be for the erection of forbes magazine articles dockyards and other need buildings to make all laws which chubby necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers and all powers vested by this constitution in the government. The united states in any department or officer thereof the immigration or importation of such persons as any of the states now existing shall think proper to admit shall not be prohibited prior to the year. One thousand eight hundred and eight. What you know about that. I a nuance here there. But yeah. Chad said erection. That's most people. I mean you could probably honestly count on two hands. How many people on the planet. Especially in the united states i'm going to memorize. I know they're out there. They're out there but very few people have been well when i started doing it. People told me. Oh ted cruz did that. Which is great. So i tried to research. And what he did was a little different than what i did. He Section eight of article one. He had made a little acronym. I guess you'd say so. He re he remembered the topics of the sections. But not word for word. And i got ninety eight percent word for word. Sometimes i'll flip flop felony or treason or the and they and like you said immigration instead of migration. Okay but i mean. That's just that i mean that. Good lord right you like. Have you done this with books and stuff like the bible or anything like Black chad twenty. Nine twenty eight years ago. I memorized the first seven chapters of the book of proverbs impressive. Yes that's hard to memorize. So but that's really the only book i after september eleventh. I joined the military. And i served from two thousand to two thousand ten two thousand seven. I was deployed to afghanistan. So when i got back from afghanistan i was looking at the vietnam wall and the idea. Just hit me you know. I want to honor the guys that i served with. The didn't make it back so memorized everybody who died in the war in afghanistan and the order of their death there's twenty four hundred of them ranked first name last name at seven thousand words. I'll travel around the united states with this war done at nascar melba gangs. The washington monument takes me ten hours to ride out. It's like you're watching the vietnam war get created but it's afghanistan via from memory. And you're writing all out a rounded out from memory. And every time. I've done it every single time. I've done it. Somebody will come up to me and they will say is you'll be name. Is daryl lewis on the wall. And i'll say yes me is. He's number four hundred nine saltaire at number four hundred and nine. She'll look there and this is this. I've i've done this thirty times every time it's happened. She'll look at darrell. Lewis's name and she she'll just start crying. And this happened in san antonio and i said i said how do you know him. And she said i'm his widow. I was in maryland doing it and he you know a guy colvin decent on the wall. I said yes sir. I believe he was a captain. The helicopter pilot. He said you're righty was said. He's number nine hundred on the wall. I took him to number nine hundred. And i said how do you know him. He said he's gone so it happens every time. And it's more powerful. We said after nine eleven never forget And what have we done. We've forgot except for ron. Except for except for wrong but was evidenced nine eleven. They didn't do the same reading of the names this year. There was so many now defunding. The police have come along. And you know we vilnai's d- so many of our first responders because we forgot right and there's no more powerful thing than putting making somebody's name so important that you remember it. Well you know when we say you're not forgotten. I think we do that but we mean it as a whole you are not forgotten and what i wanted to do is say. Captain carl van giessen. You're not forgotten private. First class austin stags. You're not forgotten firstly timothy steele you or not forgotten so i wanted to make it Individual you know. They say everybody dies to desk time. They die in the last time. Their names spoken oaken. Yeah so you know moms and dads will stand at that wall and they will wait for four hours to meet to get to their son's name. It's just a way to keep their memory to take you to do that. Takes ten or eleven hours to ride it out to write. It takes about six hours. The main credible summating. Let's let's take another pace okay. This is like one of those things you love doing it because you get that rush of adrenaline much fear. Sure all right. Let's let's let's do another one. That should be rather simple. And this goes over until the amendments. Okay so i got this. I know the the topics of the amana. I don't know more for word. I'm curious though. I'm curious if i say to you a well-regulated militia being necessary the yeah. So you know that you know that it's the second amendment but that those in i can see where that starts to get That's the most important thing is being able to know which was kind of back to what you were saying tape crews did you know where it is. You know where minutes. I just know the topic the freedom of speech the right to bear arms to quarter soldiers. But if i say the judicial power of the united states shall be vested in court and such inferior courts as the congress may from time to time. Establish the judges of both the supreme and the inferior court shareholder office during the of good behavior. And there's the next one and they should be compensated for their service. The judge shelby stated. Tom's receive for their services and sensation. Which shall not be diminished during their continuance in office mic. Drop okay stan. By i k stand and i'm just sitting here hanging out with this dude. Yeah he bar. We're going to do it hanging on before we go got. I gotta i gotta tell you guys about my guys over bar. Real quick best pros team protein bar ever tasty protein bars that tastes like candy bar told you they got eighteen amazing flavors they got the chocolate and nut. Flavors i got the chocolate and nut free flavors covered in one hundred percent chocolate soft easy to chew. They are healthy guys. Listen to me if you health conscious. This is what you need to be using lose or maintain weight while indulging in an incredible treat bars or low calorie. Low sugar high protein high fiber for you. Jim nuts like natalie and lisa page. Go to bill. Barr dot com. Use promo code spell at chad and get twenty. Percents off your first order. Use promo code chad. For twenty percent off at bill barr dot. Com will be right back. I've i've known a couple of people in my life like yourself. Ron who just have the discipline to do. Certain things like that and went to college with guidance. Mike ladd he was that way. He was my neighbor in a dormitory. In this guy credible steel trap. Memory unreal and Just the discipline. Like i said that goes into it is discipline you know. People are argued with people for a long time. Almost thirty years and people will say you youtube you a fun way. But they'll always say to me. You have your memories a gift. You're gifted with memory. And i'll always come back with. I would always say no. I don't i finally accepted. Maybe that i do. But i will say this. My gift is not memory. It's discipline if that i will sit down at the table for five hours and memorize the constitution. But it's not my memories. Different than yours is just a thing of of disciplined. Can i say my friend. Joel price name before i forget speaking member. He's a huge fan of yours. He's you're his hero. He said if. I don't say joe priest joe brings. Hey joe brees. Let's go back to okay. Good good for that. We'll tell jellison. Hello joe hey buddy compare that to like going to the gym or something and working out. You're just doing it mentally. I you know i am. I try to focus on things that are important to me a couple of years ago maybe ten years ago i decided i was going to memorize pie. Ten thousand digits to get in the guinness book world records and then about a week into. I'm like why the hell am i doing this. Who cares so then. I wanted to do things that are important to me. So that's when. I picked the afghanistan war or or the constitution. It's our our country's important to me out this summer. I got the american flag. And i walked around downtown. Fort worth with the american flag like that and that was considered political or negative. Being a proud american nowadays is biz unit to memorize this. Because the time we're living in it's okay to be proud to be an american. It is and that doesn't mean you're a racist or a nationalist or anything like that you just. You're an american. Yeah nothing wrong with that. That's why i said on yesterday's show i. If you wanna unify over things as unify over the constitutionalists unify over the anthem over the flag over the pledge those are the things those are unifiers. That's why we have them. You know also loves the chat show. So there's they again saying when he sent me that i was like oh raw episodes of chat show on youtube now. Well i don't know if there's over three hundred right okay but you got to what number. I've got to one hundred dollars worth. Do you remember the one where that i was. The guest list listed irish tidal cowboys cheerleaders. Oh wow okay. That wasn't in the first one hundred. I will tell you that. Okay all right. i trust me. He'd know it curious will say this on your show Earlier in the week. You mentioned al sharpton. Well you did a whole show dedicated to him not episode ninety seven. I this al sharpton. I know that you stay focused. When you are going to sit there for hours and hours on end. I can't sit for five seconds without thinking of one hundred other things i need to be doing. How do you stay in that mindset of. I'm not gonna leave. Until i know this. I don't so i have just the same struggles as you do. But the difference is is i. Just don't i'm not saying that between me and you know what i'm saying. The difference in general is i. Don't i don't give up so i'm sitting there. I'm focused the alarm bells. Go off on my head dude. You're not thinking about the constitution. You not memorizing anything. You're over here. Daydreaming outside up go for a walk through ten or fifteen minutes. And then i'll get back. I give yourself permission to have brain fog in. Add but when i catch myself i'll go for a walk and then i resume okay so you take a brain break. Kids teachers break. You know. i've always said the thing that works for me is read it right it. Rehearse it right. You know if i read it. I'm seeing it if i ride it. I'm physically involved with what i'm trying to memorize if i rehearse it i'm hearing it fry say it out loud so you're involving your senses in all of it and you speak a lot. You corona viruses obviously affected you because you had to come off the road right when you're out there doing those type of things. How does that go. I mean what kind of a format for what you're doing when you're in front of live audience. What i'll do is i will. When the when the group arrives. I will meet everybody up to about three hundred people. And i'll say my name. Is ron say my name is lisa. Mullins tom my name's whatever. So then when i get on stage i'll say if you're one of the two hundred or three hundred people i met. Stand up if i didn't meet you. Don't stand up to not beat up the memory time. Three hundred people stand up. And i'll jump off stage and i'll say lisa you can sit down care steve eating saddam brian. You can sit down all sit down. Make some jokes about. Have you ever met as naming new that somebody memorize a number forum and then fun of a way as possible. Teach them how to remember try to entertain them while i do it. What's the biggest place that people can find you. Well i got a memory as easy dot com. Yeah yeah that's the website. I want 'cause. I know people are gonna watch this show and they're gonna wanna know. Yeah so i. Before i forget i love it when you sent me the video that other like. Hey it's ron wyden remember. You met me over at dan. i'm like remember you but still. But here's the thing. I'm the memory. People will walk up to me on the streets all the time. Hey memory john doing remember my name. I'm actually know that you four years ago it you spoke to conference with five hundred people. You knew my name. Then dude. So i always try to be respectful and when i see somebody that met before before i can say. Hey this is ron. This is where we met because nobody does that to the memory. Guy do trust me. I do know that. And i try to practice. Same thing. rodney carrington call me the other day and they got off the phone and we talked to a mutual friend of ours and she said i told rodney to call you and he was like who bastard name almost hit me there. I know there it is. I'll i'll drop some names but Because you don't want to be you know that guy who's like i forgot this person. You're gonna have to memorize this episode now hopefully to john. This will be my favorite one. Here's here's here's my burning question. Let's go to vegas. Can you count cards. Thank valid question. Count the ballots. Yeah you know what i offered. I offered in august to go door to door and memorize everybody's votes so we would not have to and they laughed at me. That's rude rude. It would have been secure. Wouldn't had to write anything now. It's amazing so you mentioned logger. Is there a reason that you have to have a lawyer for having a good memory well offering to be my lawyer god for lawyer. No actually it all seriousness. Vegas is counting cards. They don't want you counting cards at the table. Which is matt you're adding one year subtracting one or zero. Memorizing a deck of cards is not going to help most likely in vegas to use it. A six shooter. It's just it's just. It's not gonna help but i will say this i was at the world memory championships in two thousand nine in london. And that's back. When i used to drink and i was sitting at the blackjack table the world memory championships was next door. The hot lady next to me was hot. So so i'm talking you know. I've tried to impress her. She's like why in london. I said well. I used to hold the record for the fastest. Memorize a deck of cards in the united states. And i'm here for the world championships. And i kid you not. Within thirty seconds. There was three very large guys standing around me in. Tell me to leave. But i knew time to leave. Wow boys from over on the east side. Come this blinding. That's awesome dude. I i will never because the last time you and i were together. We're sitting there downtown fort worth and what was it. We wrote out like a a list of numbers. It was like nine ten across and ten down or something like that and you memorized. Every single one of that and turn it around within like fifteen seconds in regurgitated all of them. And that's a good memory for you because bedouins late at night in a year ago. Remember that oppressive fun. Yeah hang back so when you memorize the first one hundred episodes of this show in a nutshell. How do you do that. So in essence i use a technique known as the mind palace the memory palace where i would look at this room and i would number the guitar. The couch and i'd number ten spots in this room then. I take the first episode. That i wanna remember agenda driven and i create a picture for the word agenda and will see an agenda on that first location and then the next episode you'll had was butter butter butter boy baby babe so on the next one. I see an lx piece of furniture. I see a baby covered in butter. And it's a baby boy. So in essence. I'm visualizing stuff just like you turn numbers into pictures and then i placed in locations around the room so the constitution i used the stockyards in downtown fort worth. I went through all the bars so the constitution is in is in all the bars in downtown. Oslo is where it is. that's awesome. Yeah that's a dude drinking either. Make sure you guys are following ron on instagram at brain athlete brain athlete and check him out online. Having one of your events this guy he likes to work. Which got steve episodes off the ball. Tony slim back. yeah. I remember that episode. We gotta have glenn beck on here very soon the way. Thanks for coming on. Thank you and Always a pleasure and you're always welcome here. We're going to have some fun in the days ahead with it as well Impressive go to watch. Chad dot com. Where all the fun stuff is in Shows this weekend steve I'm headed to. I'm headed to georgia. We we're going to see about this voting thing. Going on in georgia stinks. Count those ballots. Lisa get eight cans. You pick up some cans something hope so way. Love your heart news natalie. We love you. God bless next time back out.

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Ep 245 | Neighbors Turned Spies & Data Brokers | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 245 | Neighbors Turned Spies & Data Brokers | The Chad Prather Show

"The Chad prager show is sponsored by express. Vpn Your data is your business protected at express. Vpn DOT com slash. Watch Chad Lombardo. Holy smacks welcome to another episode of the Chad Prager. Show were digging in deep this evening. Hope everybody's having a great week and well let's see if we can ruin it for you wherever back. We're back with our part two of our series one nation under surveillance and to be completely honest with you. It's about far more disturbing and scary than what we've already discussed now today. I'm going to uncover for you. The Big Brother of our society and no it's not the government everybody thinks it is but it's not private companies and even the people next door to you are doing the government's job for them. It's true we always assumed that big brother would come in the form of some big overreaching overarching government entity. But the reality is this everyday citizens and large-scale companies are freely given the power to watch your every move without any form of regulation. Let me prove it to you. Ever wonder why. Ads seemed to just follow you from website. To website randomly. Appear on your social media after you've been talking about a certain product or how Amazon seems to know exactly what you need before you even realized that I've had it happened to me when I haven't even talked about a product or I'm sitting here thinking what we discussed this and it just shows up. Well it's all connected and in the coming months you're literally going to have to turn our eyes to the sky as military grade drones are beginning to patrol our neighborhoods and remotely police residence. It doesn't take a lifelong career in the CI to spy on one another because the technology has been in your phone this entire Tom. There are apps that provide you with someone's online behavior listening features the ability to be traced both online and offline. Is it possible that the very technology that we developed a track dangerous terrorists could be used to track us? Well guess what too late. It's already happening. But with knowledge comes power so we're diving in and exposing the companies and the people behind these sinister firms and shedding light on the monopoly of privacy in our society. Get ready folks. It's going to scare you hate with all the talk about this corona virus. It disturbs me really. That people aren't talking about the flu. The flu is so dangerous. And it's killed somewhere around twenty thousand people in America already this year. It's hospitalized over a quarter million in the US and the season isn't even over yet. It hasn't even hit a peak Listen one of the best ways to avoid. Getting sick is a healthy immune system. I love using feel of Greens. I love it. I love it I love it. 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You Sound Real Smart at parties when you get into a conversation over shrimp cocktail data brokers water data brokers. These are businesses. That are out there today. They buy and trade personally identifiable information. Now I know there are those of you out there who choose to believe that. Somehow you've managed to live off the grid right you've kept. I didn't fill out. Listen you know God bless your mom. I lived in my whole life. My Mom's saying I don't do that. Sense of stuff. Thrown in the trash government non. They know trust me. They know you have today. Data brokers companies that purchase lists of names email addresses interests offline activity assistant soliciting or marketing to those individuals. The sites can be used better Taylor. Marketing offer consumers great deals on personally tailored discounts or coupons companies purchase lists of names email address interest off line activity to assistant soliciting those things to those individuals. And this and I'm telling you it's dangerous because you have these companies that will partner with corporations to conduct what's called threat modeling. Say It with me. Everybody Threat Modeling. Good class where they use the data to assess possible risks in threat. So I'm looking at Your Life Natalie. Right and I'm data-mining Your Life Your habits your practices. What Video Games you play? What foods you buy. Do you buy things and store them for a rainy day. You have a cache of food weapons ammunition I duNNo. I suppose that you could be a threat. Now that is typically only used for it security but with the onset of monitoring these companies out there. They can predict if you're planning a trip. Let's say from an infected coat corona virus area. Let's say your New York and you're like you know what I'm getting now jumping in my car. I'm driving a Pennsylvania. I'm going to Philly. They can monitor that. Guess what stop you boom there. You go where you going. What's happening you say would never happen? Oh Trust me when I tell you it's happening. Now there's a couple of companies that exist. We're GONNA talk about them. And their their data brokers and there's a whole lot more of them out there. I mean we talked about it on the Glenn Beck Program. Yesterday Kansas where I made the point I said let's say I'm an employer and I WANNA hire somebody. I want a twenty three year old blonde headed female. Who owns a golden retriever and she votes Republican in the last election. I can data mine that I can go out there. I can resource that with a data broker. Those are the kinds of things that companies are using to make their decisions right so you can put as many regulations on companies like facebook or twitter. And I love you. Know One of our friends and sponsors parlour. There's some great things that are out there and we can sit there and say oh. I don't give any of my information to facebook. I won't do it it. Don't worry about it folks True threat is data brokers. That's what's really going on to make you cringe inside a little. Like I know. It doesn't make YOU SWELL UP WITH FEAR. All of a sudden. But with a few clicks our lives could be made very very complicated. Okay if they wanted to. They could make it very complicated. It's amazing what Al Just Huxley Embraced New World. And George Orwell in one thousand nine hundred four really foresaw. It was very prophetic in how they saw the future. And so I want to introduce you to a couple of companies that are out there that you've probably never heard of and trust me when I tell you most likely they've heard of you. Take a look at this. They've been called the cyber Razzi largely unknown companies that buy and sell personal information on. Virtually everyone across the country data. Marketing is now a three hundred billion dollar industry. They know more about us than Than we know about ourselves they can actually predict what we'll do in the future with a high degree of accuracy there are hundreds of data brokering companies in the US. One of the largest is a company called Axiom based in Little Rock Arkansas. In case you missed it. This company recorded sales last year of more than one billion dollars. This is the first TV interview. Axioms Chief Executive has ever granted Scott House. Says he wants to demystify what his company does. I think there is a misunderstanding about what we do. So we collect data And we use that data about people to give them more relevant advertising and help businesses make better decisions about marketing to those people. There's a misunderstanding. About what we do. That's what Scott says from the Home Office there in Little Rock Arkansas. We're not talking about Manhattan time out of L. A. WE'RE NOT TALKING ABOUT CHICAGO SEATTLE. We're talking about bloomer. Arkansas did Iraq. I mean we're talking about little rock Okay and he says people misunderstand what we do. We collect data. Okay that right. There scares the shit out of me. That's enough and I know you said on a on the episode before where you said. Well I like it when they send me the coupons. They know exactly what I'm looking for. You know it's like your digital cvs receipt along. You know what the thing is that is convenient. It is convenient but the fact that they can collect that data to know. That's what make sure life easier really ought to frighten us so they say and I probably do use it for marketing purposes and it's kind of like socialism. Socialism is a fun and great idea until a non benevolent dictator rises to the top and uses that to destroy your life. Okay the fact that this exists out there if it falls into the wrong hands or let's say the wrong person you've seen enough movies folks if the wrong person rises up and you don't have a Scott how who seems to be a good guy like I. I'd love to have a drink with Scott. How talk business with him? Talk Shop on the golf course. Seemed like a normal dude right. It doesn't seem like some criminal mastermind behind the scenes and out that is but here is a business this out there that exist. It will help with political campaigns. It can help with how to market do you the goal and they're gonNA track. They'RE GONNA Monitor. They're going to predict your behavior as a consumer optimize marketing strategies and plans. Listen I mean. How many times have you been creeped out? Steve? You open up facebook or something like that and boom there. It is a daily daily. I mean it happens like the other day like last night. There was like one of those rubber inserts. Put your pants like right here. That makes you look like a bigger package. What yeah that popped up on my thing. I don't know why in the world they would say no the pictures. You've been looking at guessing instagram. What can this is. GonNa say fitzy and things like that and then throwing it over there at innocent little candidacy data brokers are not protected as far as like their software so in two thousand and three axiom lost millions of people's records altogether. We've heard about those whether it's data breaches or a credit card information that's been just lost and that's what happened. I mean axiom. They lost the information. So when you have these things. They're Kinda running roughshod carte blanche out there. They can do what they want to do. Because they're not regulated. So that's where these creepy ads come from is from people like axiom so now you know that thing it started. It was called Demographics Inc and it was designed by its founder Charles Ward nineteen sixty nine to help the Democratic Party reach voters. Don't Dong in two thousand seventeen. The company had tracking information on upwards of one hundred ninety million individuals one hundred twenty six million households in the United States and according to a New York Times article to axiom works with fortune. Five hundred companies and eight of the United States government and obtaining information about. The hijackers took down the Twin Towers on September eleventh. So trust me if they can find some guys it started in Saudi Arabia and flew under the radar for so long. I promise you they can get your information when you swipe your card axiom is mostly secretive and surprisingly everything they do is one hundred percent legal. You saw there that interview with the. That's the first time he's granted an interview. Some weird stuff. If you ask me they customize information your information and sell it in element bundles. So you can buy a whole package deal. How much about Natalie Nicole? Do you WanNa know how much you want to know? Take it deep. Who everything from student. Why would you have left to pay the dogs? You own your account activity on social media down to the color of your hair. The DIRTY PICTURE STEVE. Sense on snapchat or receives I don't know receives I don't so there you go. You just think you can have a little text relationship with your boyfriend girlfriend your extramarital affair. Ask Peter Struck about that. People can find that it's out there at one point axiom made it possible for everyday people to request their files in order to gain knowledge. About exactly what the company knew about them. However that feature was not successful so the system was completely unresponsive. Oh then they could team up with other data brokers to determine which people are households in the United States could be more compliant too a stay at home order just based on the shopping history. How does that work out in the middle of the Mandak? Now there's another company that's out there. I want to introduce you to because you're like. Oh these liberals he'll get you these Democrats. This thing started this liberals are getting us. Look at this company. Department of Homeland. Security is looking to him. Creases monitoring of facebook into something like penalty is the key to stopping major terrorist attacks. These are profile based automated pre-crime suspicion generating mechanisms pre-college see the future. And they're never roth. Ira compare artificial intelligence machine to the advent of electricity. It looks to us like a black box. Intelligence community is focused on getting intelligence where it came by any means possible. Just told sorry you can't go them all right so pallets here is data collector data broker. They were founded by Peter. The'll an avid trump supporter. Okay so this is a political one side or another everybody ultimately wants power whereas power come from power comes from information with the information you can control the populace. You can control them. You can determine their trends everything like if I if I want to direct your life today to go a certain direction I can basically take you down the rabbit hole if I have enough information on the Internet and an hour later you don't know what packages are gonNA show up on doors because you've been shopping you've been looking. He'd been checking things out. Your mind has been changed. There's been studies here in recent days that have talked about how seventy percent of the people in America could actually have their the decision of who they're gonNA vote for changed if there was just enough time and they looked at the right things on the Internet because it is so powerful in what it does to our decision making process. You're like now not me. I'm stronger than that. I've read what? Y'All say on social media you're not you're not none of us are so they've they've used a pollen tear. They recruited them to help track. The spread of covert nineteen in America. They provided digital profiling tools to immigration and Customs Enforcement Health and Human Services to dive into human security to human security areas warrant deeper consideration to imagine the current and Future Crisis. The environment and global population growth distribution is what they're monitoring tragically both will interact in a way that increases the probability of future. Pandemics if you think this covert virus thing is just going to go away and it's going to be done. No no no no. They've learned a whole lot they've collected data and we've already seen what we do when they just put those shelter in place or shutdown order and boom here. We go all it took. All it took was a virus with a ninety nine percent recovery rate to make us give up all of our freedoms let that sink in. And what are they doing their mining that data so they can use it for something in the future is going to keep coming. They've seen it so Pailin Tears GonNa work with you know Housing the whole thing if you're going to talk about health and Human Services that gets pretty big deal because they're going to. They're going to continue working with. Hhs to utilize one of the earlier software. Adapt patients called Gotham which allows local law enforcement. At least right now in California to search anyone's Pailin tier data when it comes to In connection with a case you can do that. They're gonNA utilize a platform called foundry to help in the fight against covert. Here's a quote. Foundry aggregates and visualizes a vast array of data and is particularly helpful for identifying when data is missing like for instance. If state's counties are hospital's submitting information on available hospital beds leave a sale on a digital spreadsheet is just looking at everything There you the right now. They're being used in European companies to help them track covert abroad. They're watching all of this. And what happens is corona virus perfect example of something that enables them to do it even more. Because we're like we're so scared for our lives. We're just throwing everything open interesting enough. There's been some articles written and even a memo that was written An article it was written by has trump calls him. Tim Apple Tim Cook the. Ceo of Apple Apples against these data collectors. These data brokers. I want to tell you why. They're against them in just a second. But first tech pack premier monthly subscription box for military tactical prepar and second amendment enthusiasts for just forty nine ninety five a month. You're going to get at least one hundred dollars worth of gear sometimes up to one hundred fifty two hundred dollars worth of gear. You're going to get it from different companies like five eleven sons of Liberty Gun works mission tactical arm SPEC and more. They're gonNA send out a fifteen parts we gotTA build another gun Steve They're going to send out accessories. Nec's tools knives geared. Keep you prepared for when the stuff hits the fan and as you all know it is currently smeared all over that fan in the wall and everywhere so just sign up today make it in time for the. May PACK WORTH OVER ONE HUNDRED BUCKS. Include some amazing outdoor range gear. That's going to help you stay on point in this time of unserved uncertainty use. Promo Code Chad at checkout to receive a free extra bag of tactical goodies shipped out with your first back. Don't wait these are flying off the shelf. Go to tack Pat Dot Com. Sign Up. Today that's tacked. Pack Dot Com and use offer code Chad. I always feel like somebody's watching me. Why Apple in my opinion. Why apple doesn't like data brokers they wanna be the only data broker they want to be the only one out there so basically you know Tim Apple Tim Cook. They've been against it. Because it says it's time for the shadowy world of data brokers to in and don't they have the monopoly on that kind of well again? You're talking about something. That's not really regulated. So you can't really put a monopoly on something that's just not controlling other entities. That are out there doing it. And that's the thing you know apple's already one of the best and biggest companies when it comes to protecting user privacy and Eric. They do have those safeguards in place but they've got everything and witless. We don't care apple pay. I put my new card in there. It's just convenient. But my address in their social security on this let me log in this new APP fusing my facebook data. 'cause I'm too lazy to put my street address in their phone number in there again automatically. It's all store bread here. And then you know. Last night I had to buy another Two terabytes of cloud space. You know I had to use it Apple's cloud space nine dollars a month had to get more terabytes cuss. You Know God forbid I mean. Everybody needs a thousand Gig. Two Thousand Gig of hard drive space right in the cloud or is the cloud exit. Can I plug my phone into the cloud it was cloud right? It's out there it's a theory of cyberspace all my stuff and I'm just for the sake of convenience ready to do it You Know Bama energy drink at Texas good experience out of Jane. Thank you so much. Thank Service so obviously apple you know they have all this stuff and Congress tried to increase the protections. But you know Tim Cook and his. There's good article. Time magazine that you guys can read. I'm not gonNA take the time to read it but it's out there and but he says the trail disappears before you even know where the trail is right now. All these secondary markets for your information exists shadow economy. That's largely unchecked out of the site of consumers regulators lawmaker. Let's be clear you'd never signed up for that. We think every user should have the chance to say wait a minute. That's my information that you're selling and I didn't consent don't disagree with him but I think he's doing too. I think apple's doing it too. I think there are a big data broker. So what that does is you go from them collecting information. That's on a larger scale. That's us as a mass community across the country. We're just focusing on America. It's a worldwide thing but let's focus on America so what we care about now. They're doing that and they could do it under the guise of national security. Not only you shopping trans and all that but they they can keep tabs on you to make sure you don't become a threat. They've got your trends or is it really. What will call human security? Now I've already told you one phrase data brokers you're at the cocktail party your shrimp and you tell them about how the government and the companies and your neighbors are spying on you. And they're like Nah remember human security that is the security of the individual rather than the state. Well that sounds good but it could become one of the biggest issues of the twenty twenty election. The threats we once faced from countries like Iran and North Korea. Now dwell in comparison to the effect that buyer bioterrorism could have so what that does is under the guise of making you feel more secure as an individual they can take your data and they can use to build things that are going to make you feel way more secure so their policies. I said it could affect the twenty twenty election. How so there are policies? That Democrats are wanting to enact. They've done everything they can for years to try to get them enacted. I'M GONNA list a couple of them and you're GONNA go yup. You're yup that's one. Here's how here's a possible way. They can get this stuff done because there's an article out of the Hill Speaker. Nancy Pelosi on Monday expressed openness to a minimum guaranteed income to help keep people hit by the Corona Virus. Shutdowns financially afloat. Now we've heard Democrats float that for a long time Andrew. Yang was talking about giving everybody a thousand dollars a month. We've talked about universal minimum income We we've talked about all these things. Of course they did. Send out the the stimulus check. Everybody got what twelve hundred dollars? Twenty four hundred. A thing of the what they're finding now is people don't want to go back to work because they're actually collecting more money from the government and they were when they were working and so that's becoming problematic so let's just say that under the guise of that human security those policies that Democrats want they could be categorized as essential so for instance. Let's say you won't economic security That's that mandated minimum wage spike. Everybody wants to fifteen dollars an hour right food security. You GET FREE FOOD. You get food stamps. System helped security get universal healthcare environmental security climate change personal security community security political security. So that's that's the thing they're they're they've gone from the community to focusing on the individual right so they collect the data they utilize the data to focus on the individual. And now they make you think that Wow this is great they really are catering to me. Because of my data trends that have been collected here just watch a video. We have to be very very careful and very gradual about it and the prime minister says the provinces plans won't hinge on so-called immunity passports any such discussions or decisions need to be based on very strong and very clear scientific evidence. Trudeau is responding to a World Health Organization breath that says there is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from cove nineteen and have. Antibodies are protected from a second infection. The statement was in response to countries discussing the possibility of issuing immunity passports to recover patients. Because it's believed they can't get sick more than once from the virus the. Who saying that idea could actually increase the risks of continued transmission? All right so there's little interview with Canada's Prime Minister Justin do then. He's talking about these immunity passports right so this is where this is where it starts. You got a passport. I do how many people are how many pictures of people on that passport one. Who is it me? You're the individual correct. It provides human security for you that harass sport if you travel in and out of the country if I'm out of the country anywhere anytime I always have my passport all my body because I am a man without a country if I don't have a passport right that provides me individual human security no matter where I go in the world now. What they're talking about here is they. Take you know hard hit countries that have suggested that a system of immunity passports could be a route out of the corona virus crisis. So now if you want to travel or go somewhere. The idea is that people who have already had the disease and thereby gained immunity could be given permits to live their lives. Well basically without any you harassment anymore. This thing has provided you come and go as you please. You can go in any restaurant you want you. Can you can go around so you see what I'm saying. They're they're buying through human security. This idea this false sense of security of giving you freedom when in actuality what they're doing is they're using the data collected to take the freedoms away. They're now in control if I need a pass to go in some places across the state line. I'm not living in America anymore. That's what it stands for. Pass Port I get a portal pass. I can go through then I get. I can go through the port because I've got a pass. It allows them to attract international spread but it allows government to trace those who are not immune as well. It doesn't take into account the possibility of reinfection other surgeon cases. Those passports they could permit you to conduct life as usual possibly be used at inter-business or conduct business you're talking about the mark of the beast. Yeah revelation we've been talking about that for years and years and years two thousand years to be specific. What is the mark of the beast? And here's my here's my opinion on the book of revelation. See we tend to think linear like. Here's a starting point in time and there's an ending point in time but that's not the way. The Oriental mindset work so the writers of the Bible they thought circular there about the event right. So is there a mark of the beast? I don't think that there is one universal mark of the beast. I think it's been happening. All of revelation. I think has been happening. It's like a revolving history continues to happen. And so now this individual security that's being provided it's anti Christ if you WANNA go so far as using the book is Anti God's order because God is all about your freedom. He's about Your Free. Will he wants you to walk in order but antichrist's everything about putting you in disorder things like this? Or what do that on a practical level so there you go. So you're saying it's not necessarily revelation. Thirteen sixteen is about necessarily end of times. It's it's it is but it is about the end but it's not about the because ultimately let's face it in terms of eternity. The last two thousand years has all been the end. We're just in we're in the prologue of the book can right. Everybody's like oh Jesus come back soon. Maybe he's not. He's an eternal God soon as relevant relevant to you true not to God right. I'm Michael Says One thousand years as a day to day like a thousand years right. So that's what we got anyway. We're going to be right back man in the name of human security isn't everybody lined up to get a covert passport. Get you know one of those human passes that you can prove that you've got immunity. Us Dumb but hey you know if you want to. Let's say you WANNA get that universal healthcare while you gotta get a pass. Yeah let's say you WanNa get that you know economic bump in your in your salary. Well you gotta go get a pass soon. I'm saying I want to travel from state to state will soon as you go. Get the universal healthcare. Then the government can tell you what you can and cannot do whether you whether you drink with e what you put in your body right. So so now. I've lived the life of Kim Jong Un. I'm a fat bastard fat bastard. Yeah and I go to the hospital and I'm eighty years old and they go. We're not paying for that. Yeah well guess what. Go home and die because you gave up your rights to free to your healthcare in for something free well only cost your life but whatever on eighty anyway. Okay well you get back to me when you're eighty and tell me how excited you are about dying so that's kind of thing you want mandatory. Vaccinations what happens? That's a big argument right now. Everybody wants come at me about VACS anti VACs Blah Blah Blah okay. What if they mandate vaccinations before you can do? Business what do they mandate? Yep what do they mandate that you? This is corona folks remember. This is the pandemic this the worst thing that's ever hit your world. We've given up our freedoms over something with a ninety nine percent recovery rate. We'd given it up voluntarily. Tom and pressure that's all. So what are you GONNA do? I mean what are you GonNa do? They say oh well you got well. I mean you can't it's Gatica man you crazy. Well we don't have human security. He hasn't been vaccinated well. I can't issue this permit you in order to open up that business so anyway. It's going to integrate man once they start opening the world back up. So that's the deal and I'll tell you where it gets real scary if right here. It's right here it's right here is right. Here is right here in our devices. It's next door to. That's the scary thing. Think it's going to trump ramping up to a new new normal. Got Him sick of that term. You have and I get emails every day notification from the nextdoor APP just got one division did I mean I'm like I didn't realize my neighborhood was that big I got a reminder report on everything from a lost cat this and that and who's walking down the street. It's true the next door checking you got neighbors. I promise you you're neighborhood. Has You definitely have neighbors? Encourage you to submit videos and images of those. That aren't following the separation orders and And then you have apps there on the phone here and it's just a crazy deal man absolutely crazy deal for instance There's apple the new apple life thing we've talked about this year but they play that play. Video Kansas now in tyler me on time and we continued up towards the bench lakes bench lakes. Yeah right are the wildflowers. Oh my God. They are amazing Indian. Paintbrush the colors. And all those Ligo now Y- Hearing AIDS ear buds ipods. Whatever I don't know what they call them up. That's an APP on pad. I don't know Kansas. I'm old. I'm a boomer. Okay let's say that guy sitting at the table. Yeah he can hear is date but then he wants to get up and go to the bathroom and he just leaves his phone there And she called Sister Fran on the phone she likes. He's the son of a bitch but he got a lot of money. And I'm GonNa take all that money ran. Well he heard all of that while he was taking a Piss so good for him and he uses a spying device. Let's say he. Did you do that in the boardroom? Corporate America a say you do that with the government you know you step out of the room and you leave a little or whatever you know. I mean we've already talked about all this information leaked. The president said. This present said that this is dangerous. Stuff I'm just saying they say it's not created for that but under the guise of that right there that poor guy who couldn't fricking here's Day. Yep we're willing to just drop everything and say oh. That is a neat idea. Because of what she was talking about that he actually turned it off because that seemed pretty boring. And nobody gives a shit about your flowers. Dragonfly drome these pandemic drones. Play that Video University of southern Australia who works closely with the Australian Department of Defense has selected dragonfly to integrate and commercialize its breakthrough detection technology this technology and from a distance determine fever which is much different than destroying just temperature cough detection respiratory rate heart rate and blood pressure. So what this detecting technology can do this being lucidly integrated by dragonflies. His health establish a Global Early Warning System for infectious and respiratory diseases. Keep believe we live in this world. this is crazy. Imagine when we were kids man. This is like robocop is everything it's everything. These are pandemic drones in the sky. A single you out. If you cough what? What do you think okay guys? Let me go crazy when you for a second. You know how we always golf what they told us. Put your arm over your face and coughing your elbow. Now what can I notice from the sky more easily or you are singing the signal to the heavens? The one that screwed up going to get a citation in the mail for coffin with your fist. And I'll tell you jake. Tapper called out Joe Biden for coughing into a frigging fist on national television. And so what do you do just like that? They could show you can see this a whole lot easier than you could see. Maybe I'm just rubbing my nose or scratching machine or something but no this. There's no question about what's going on dragonfly they got. They got that partnership with the Australian Department of Defense. That's invasive police are dude it look at this all right so you got three. People who are drinking on rooftop. Australia is hanging out. Like friends do drones flying over the building get surrounded by police tells them they gotta come down. They got to go to the bottom of the building the media so you could see them they get up. They start to walk. I mean just like anything normal. They get their hand up so you could see their hands. They're not doing anything. They're breaking the lockdown rules. That are in Queensland Australia. Climbing down off of the building and police are going to escort them down to the bottom and each member. Find more than a thousand dollars for sitting on a building avenue. Drink with your friends. This is Australia. That's disconcerting yeah very disconcerting that's over a supposed pandemic a pandemic with a ninety nine percent recovery rate this is what's being enacted we're living in a bullshit world right now. This is a bullshit society and we're putting up with bullshit tactics by bullshit government officials who are saying nothing but bullshit to us and I don't know any stronger words to put it that way and we're I mean you know that's the deal. La Tracking restaurants with positive corona virus cases. That's a headline New York Post. They're going to start posting list in Los Angeles Restaurants Confirm Corona virus cases among its staff. Want US website there. You go can put them out of business. You got stupid neighbor. Reports cove nineteen nurse. That's the daily Examiner Just the other day British nurses shared the note. She received from a neighbor who claim to have reported her for leaving her home every day despite the country. Big on a corona virus. Lock down. There you go Yeah you coined. The term candice and I stole it. You gave it to me and I like it The Neighborhood Hall Monitor. And that's exactly what we got these folks who are just watching Pecan like the modern day Miss Kravitz looking through her bit blinds and watching to see what the neighbors are doing and in their corona virus. Kovic shaved. Me Is. That's what it is right now because me saying all of this stuff. They're going to be those. You're going to get pissed off and you're GONNA say we want people to die. Those were three individuals in Australia. Which supposedly while I'll be very liberal country a free country sitting there having a drink on a rooftop with each other and you're going to escort him down at five thousand bucks each and you're okay with that you don't think that's going to have some eternal and mortal ramifications on people's lives as we go forward and you're talking about a pandemic with a ninety nine percent recovery rate. I don't get it. I don't get it I don't get it and we're giving it over freely because you just don't care about human life. Oh my God Corona Virus Digiland. Teas my neighbor is itself isolating. That's in the National Post. I should call the COPS ON MY NEIGHBORS PARTY PHILADELPHIA. There you go my gun anyway. I'm pissed now. We asked Him Dallas Cowboys. Have Party here like football. Players had a party and they got in trouble. I'm even made the news. And how they were going to be disciplined. Keep it under ten right. It's dumb dumb more about it. We'll come back. We've had facial recognition for a long time. We used it opener phones for crying. Out Loud clear view is a company. They've come up with a groundbreaking facial recognition APP. That you take a picture of a person upload it and get to see the public photos of the person along with links to wear those photos appeared. Police are using it. Police say the police said they said well. Federal and state law law enforcement officers said they don't they only limited knowledge of how clearview works behind is helping them solve cases whether shoplifting and Blah Blah Blah? It's scary. It really is scary. So there's no end. Inner certainly no limit to the measures that they can take if we continue to allow them to do it. Now is losing a little bit of freedom for the sake of safety worth it. No it's not Benjamin Franklin said so you willing to give up liberty for safety. You're not you don't deserve either. One of them with tracking people's every move actually do anything to protect us from another pandemic. No should human security prioritized over national security. Now is our biggest threat now bioterrorism? I think it is because they know exactly how we're going to react. We have telegraphed it to the entire world. Even televised it scary stuff. Natalie scary stuff. That's the world we live in. Welcome to a brave new world This ain't nineteen eighty-four. This is twenty twenty. I love Y'all got to blaze. Tv DOT COM subscribe. Get thirty days thirty dollars off. An annual subscription and of course go to watch Chad DOT com. Find out what we got going on love. God bless you. There's is talk to you next time.

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Ep 250 | The Unseen Pandemic: Mental Health | The Chad Prather Show

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Ep 250 | The Unseen Pandemic: Mental Health | The Chad Prather Show

"The Chad breakthrough show is sponsored by express. Vpn Surf The web with peace of mind. Sign up now at express. Vpn Dot com slash watch chat? Hey is party time mom. Welcome to another episode of the Chad. Prater show here from Your Favorite Studios Studio twenty two. We are going to have fun on this Monday evening. Fun and informative. I might add but I mean that's what we do every night of the week right. Of course you're supposed to answer in the affirmative. I want to encourage everybody if you're a fan of the show if you're a first-time listeners. If you have just stumbled upon us by accident or if you are somewhere in concentration camp and they're forcing you to listen to us as a means of torture when you get free go over. Podcasts are offered specifically Apple podcasts. And leave us a five star rating and a good review. We deserve it. We want it. We need it. It helps keep us in the rankings in the news category of podcast and is well we have a lot of vanity narcissism. Here you know us but anyway I want you to do that. It's hugely appreciated. And if you haven't already go and subscribe to our channel on Youtube Chad Prater you'll find it. It's easy I'm everywhere folks. We got to jam packed. Show for you today. I'm excited to welcome a couple of guests on tonight's episode. We're going to be talking to the CO host of Fox and Friends Times bestselling author and good friend of the show. Brian kilmeade about his new book. Sam Houston and the Alamo avengers comes out tomorrow in Paperback version. And it's got some extras in there. You don't WanNa Miss Especially if you're a Texan this is Texas history from a real true storytelling narrative perspective. That you do not want to miss out on We're going to talk to him a little bit. How the folks at Fox News are handling the pandemic? What's life like in New York City? The idea of new normal for life after covert but first we're going to talk about the true implications of covert nineteen because yes we realize that thousands of people have died across the nation. And we've talked about that. Many many episodes we've talked about the physical aspects of it and the numbers behind it. We've had medical doctors in here to discuss it. But I WANNA talk to you today. And we've got a guest who's going to talk to you about the spiritual. The mental impact of this huge change in our society self-isolation depression increase in substance. And spousal abuse. We'RE GONNA be talking to my friend. Brad huxtable today to discuss the laws of his twelve year old son as a result of the social isolation mandated by the onslaught of this corona virus in share a story on how we can help each other through the unseen pandemic of Mental Health. So it's going to be eye opening and it could be. 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We know that it's a real thing we've had doctors on the show I there's so many different angles and at this point it's been around long enough that it's affected everybody in some way shape or form that you're being inconvenienced by having to wear a mask or you're having to stay home. Because of an underlying condition or various things are happening in in regards to people. You might know people who have it people who know people who have I is this just. It's a crazy thing that we did not expect ever be apart of and this is something that's going to go down in history as a once in a lifetime not once in a century type of event Who knows there? Nobody really knows but we do know that. It's affecting people and some more than others and today I want to welcome onto the show. A Guy that maybe you've seen on social media You've heard his story if you haven't then you're in for Something really really eye-opening heart-wrenching and this is this is one of those angles about corona virus. That I don't hear anybody really truly talking about it and Brad joining us via video here Brad. Thanks for coming on the show man you guys first of all how. How are where are you today? Thanks for having me. I'm in my parents house in Grammar Texas Just we're we're from Alito originally but I'm just just Yesterday just to the south of Lido in remember yen for those of you don't know Lido is just west of Fort Worth Texas. A lot of folks that's Dallas. It's not I just I just like your background. They're making mad with the With the animals in the fish and all that stuff. My kind of place Brad you guys kind of been through the ringer here lately. Not Kinda you certainly have In what I would consider to be the parents a parent's worst nightmare and you did a video that said my son died because of corona virus. But not because of what you think how do you? How did you summarize that what how how what happened? Yeah put the video out and I and I knew the title would be a little bit controversial but but but I believe it you know when we started the lockdowns months ago we sort of went to this defacto martial law And and what we learned is that the impact of that is not just the actual virus which is horrendous and people are dying but there's a much broader impact You could call it collateral damage or whatever you WANNA call it to all sorts of situations than I I suffered a an absolute tragedy of my side was twelve years old. Took his own life And it was a combination has said because corona virus or Cova because Tribute part of it. There's a whole host of reasons but part of it to the social isolation which is not normal not part of the human condition and we can talk about the reason. There was a lot. There's a lot of reasons but I know that must have been in school. You know he'd be alive today That that I can guarantee you. And how was your son? He's older three days before his thirteenth birthday and and took his life. What the trigger was he broke? His monitor arms computer again been playing for nine lot and second time. He broke bitten couple months. Like I used to play Super Mario Zelda Mike Tyson Punch out or anything but you know controllers that we trunk somehow. He did that got mad and broke his monitor in not understanding. The finality not not not understanding. The permanence We don't even. We don't know all the details magazine somewhat of an accident where we don't know for sure but but they did something on that got himself in a situation couldn't get out of and had to bury him just after after his birthday while. Well obviously we are certainly sorry to hear that that's a tragedy and as a parent. I can't imagine a worst nightmare in that situation and I don't think that people truly understand the implications that this has on so many people in it affects people so differently. You know what I have said. In recent days is we can look at the physical aspects of something like a Corona Virus. And say okay. People are getting this virus and they're getting sick and it's affecting their you know creates an inflammation that physically does this to their lungs or that to another part of the respiratory system but we haven't done is taken a look at the spiritual implications and impact. We haven't looked at the mental impact. Your video your circumstance really opened my eyes to see that because we're seeing people who who now are seeing an increase in domestic violence in suicide in abuse. We're seeing it in things as simple although they're very complex when you get down to it in obesity and alcoholism people who have been sober are now going back because they don't know what to do with themselves frustration plus they're losing businesses. They're losing relationships Opportunities are going away. There are certain jobs that are out there that will never come back This isn't something that's going to be fixed in months. This is something in years and you talk about something. Where here you have your young son twelve years old thirteen years old I in just a matter of days and he's trying to cope with a situation that obviously he doesn't he doesn't understand. I'm forty seven years old and Brad I don't understand it right And and so you look at these things and you try to say. What can we do after going through what you've been through? Have you gotten to a point yet where you can put that into a or processed at where you can look at it and say other people? This is what you need to be aware of science. You need to look for or this is what you need to do. Math where we're on two weeks into this thing. Yeah three weeks. Still Fresh I'm I'm not an expert by any means Obviously we made some mistakes or would be sitting here talking. But what what I have learned on what I believe is that mental health is a is already already was a pandemic and this `isolation The virus has created Nami I'm Chad I'm not kidding you. I'm getting hundreds if not thousands of messages. It's not just tons of message people saying there. Sorry don't get me wrong about that. I'm talking about the messages from the sixteen year. Old Boy who sleep about taking his life by messages from someone who went to high school with you set their daughter Dad if another. She was a cutter depress you. I'm talking about the people who have lost their twelve year old. Thirteen year old to suicide in the last month. A is being blown if you look at the. Cdc does seventeen which has been that one of the second leading cause of death for ten to fourteen suicide ear in fourteen. Fifteen to twenty four. It's suicide in twenty five to thirty four. It's suicide and so we have A. We have a real challenge in in so what. So what does solutions to your to your larger question amount. I have all the answers but I do know this. Technology is advancing faster than our can keep up with in the tech world I started a company called tree back in the day so I was loose. Oldness this movement I. I can't even keep up with what's happening on tick talk in all the sort of stuff in parents. I just think there's a lot of don't understand what the ramifications of leading your kid get on fortnight for hours at a time. Let your kid be on. What brought the other problem was in internationalization? That was the cute with your friends. I mean facetime. Tick Tock as night this. This is how these kids interact. But we don't. We don't know the long term ramifications on on social emotional development and so I think the first step is just have conversations as conversations matter. Sit Down and talks. People have showed showed kids my video which is very very blonde and very emotional. Gut wrenching subset. That may be good for your family. But but but if not just talking is sort of step one Because that sort of leads the path of understanding listening in different go get help Russell Helper or go get tools to help solve. Hang right there. Brad I WANNA come back. We're going to take a quick break. we're sitting now hanging out with Brad constable Incredible viral video. That's out there Talking about his son died from corona virus. But he but the virus isn't what killed him And I got a couple of important point some questions. I want to ask you some more things because you never know situation like this. How lives you could be saving Brad through this message? Thank you for the vulnerability in the bonus to to to do this. We're GONNA come back in a second but hey while you're spinning at home folks. Don't think about your future do something about it. It's a great opportunity to get a degree from Ashford University. He can help you have a brighter future. 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Five years ago I sat in a car in rental car actually in Lexington Kentucky and I made a video that talked about my own battles with things like depression and what. I did personally to try to help myself. Because let's face it. There was a point in time in my life where I felt like everything was futile. Because of that I've gotten a lot of messages over the years from people who are struggling with the with the concept of suicide. Some people have attempted suicide a lot of the stories. I've told have been have been widely known so you never know by telling your story what is going to help save a life and some thankful the Brad huxtable is willing to be so vulnerable and bold to talk about this. This is a fresh fresh wound and our heart certainly goes out to him and his family in the loss of Sun and Brad. You said we ended on that last segment. Talking about one of the things is communication. I could not agree more with you on that but you don't you don't feel like your son was necessarily going through a type of depression right. It was just this isolation that you felt like. He didn't quite know how to cope with this right. That would be fair. I mean what what's scary about? How my son Obviously someone is having deep depression in. They're they're they're clearly someone that needs mental health. That seems like to me a easier diagnosis. What was scared my son. I think not uncommon across. Kids of his age is there. Wasn't there wasn't a lot of signs on this issue was played sports on this. A kid who was well known well. I can his in his in his school. I'm all of his friends parents. They're all their phones. There was zero indication. All they talked about on their phones with my son was four nine girls. It sounds that sounds like a twelve year old. Thirteen year old boy. There wasn't a lot of wasn't signs. I mean he was. He was a little bit impulsive. An aggressive kind like me but how was to in so the scary part about this. Is that there. There is such a thing as learn as impulsive suicide. Combine that with a gaming culture of of of not against Game Monsignor Trauma trying to Saint Gaming is bad but but something about. That's different about how we're developing our kids that that that's a challenge. Look we went to church owner church because of the virus. He played sports in running out like he should have been because of the virus. We didn't go. We didn't go. The extra fell football games Season tickets that we had to meet him going to for the gate. 'cause the virus the outlets became limited combined that with this is my own steak and I've got a manufacturing company that does electric motors we had Which part of that to? Pp Me Ings. Working almost twenty four seven trying to save lives there and so just it was just it was just a bad deal and And I'm not even sure he totally wanted to do. In fact on I would be willing to bet shifted Freeman later cooled off. He would WANNA be. Who WOULD WANT TO DO. It was a church and what worries me is the Mount of people across the country. It's this is. This is not abnormal. This every kid of that age group is Kinda doing in acting like if it could happen to me manic. It happened anybody. That's what that's what that's what I'm trying. I want to go out and solve we if it's alright chat Purely Yeah we've a website called Hayden's Corner Dot Org which actually believe it or not vander. Holyfield'S WANNA came up with it He who's business partner in hole in another company And he told me he is the four time heavyweight champion of the world in Hayden Corner. Something like that yeah. So we're we want to solve social emotional development for kids K. through twelve hacking. Give them better tools. But also how can we do gaming responsibly? In a way that doesn't have a culture of anger and I've got some ideas for Hayden's law I've been trying to give these lawmakers. What's this what's blows my mind got forty million views and I can't get one lawmaker to call me back. Obama Guy who's semi well known in Fort Worth? I know I've done big stuff across the country. I mean there's some there's some smart things can do as a country. I'm not for government regulation. I'm I'm a libertarian. man. There's some smart things that I think that society's gotTa do to properly make sure this next generation give the tools that we have. We got From halls values that they're not getting the curse society. Yeah well I can tell you from the perspective of the Chad. Their show. We can one hundred percent. Tell you that we're in Hayden's corner and maybe we can help that in terms of You know politicians and folks who have some pull Getting a response there I'll be sending text messages today. As a matter of fact some folks of because again this is as raw as it gets. This is not opportunistic. This not something where you had a good ideal one day and said let's start this foundation. This is real. This is two weeks of this of of a pure nightmarish. Hell that that no parent ever wants to deal with and so I think this is important thing and I want to encourage people to get involved in whatever ways they can't if anybody could spend a day and I'm with you Brad. If anybody can spend a day in my inbox because of me putting the message is out there that I have talking about suicide talking about depression. Various issues And just mental health in general it would. It would frighten most people because of the stuff I get and that's why I always encourage people say don't send me the message. Don't send Brad the message. You GotTa Talk to God you gotTa Talk to your counselor. You GotTa Call. Talk to your doctor. We're we're not the people licensed to help you to that. And what works for me. Ain't GonNa work for you most likely. But but you you. Maybe you're not dealing with anything. It's just circumstantial in in the way that it was with with Hayden which is such a sad deal because I think I think Brad we all want to be able to just pinpoint and say this is what went wrong. But that's impossible because you can't do that with the human mind. You can't do that. Nobody knows exactly in that moment. What Hayden was going through? And that's that's what makes it hard because we can't wrap that up and put a bow on it. I'll tell you Chad. The weird part about it was thirty. I my dad was over. There was a beautiful sunny day. We spent hours attain return on water. Well around a leader. We don't have water systems. We memorial went down repaired. It he went up to his room. My Dad left my my wife left with with our oldest daughter. Go pick up a friend. I went to call. The name is right above me. My Office Ron Office in my eight year old daughter came down and told me he had hung himself. I ran upstairs and I don't miss him about five minutes or minute but it was it was it was close. Man Laugh is precious student In what I saw what I went through. I don't want anybody anybody man. How about worst enemy? I don't wish that on somebody To see their child in the way I song and and and and I I can't do anything but In my life everybody mourns grades ways and she's born in a different way but for me. I gotta I gotTa go six people as fast as possible and I think if there's any any Silver lining in this. Maybe hey wasn't my kid. Maybe you guys kid here on a mission. Now in part of his army and I've been telling people when his eyes closed my eyes open and a guy can go station. People We're GONNA make a documentary There's already talk about a movie on your list teams fast but I'm I'm a CEO. Kind of guy see problem go fix a problem sprint too fast. But we have this a They're not talking about it on. Tv At all their estimating seventy five thousand people are GonNa die in the near term from suicide drug overdose Things like that as a bunch of the pandemic. That doesn't even count. The Hard Texan aren't being checked on the cancer patients. That aren't getting screened. I mean a the I'm only two political but my worry is. We've taken one group suffering and just applied it to a different group right and so that that there's there's a lot of conversation you'd be having a lot these we've gotta fix for before this next one hits and hopefully it is a century. Maybe it's every decade thing. I I don't know Brad. Our prayers are with you If I were with you and I will be soon. I would violate the six foot distance thing and I'd hug your neck whether you wanted it or not. God bless you man. And there's there's no words there really aren't let's. Let's make a difference together. I I'm telling you I'M IN HAYDEN'S CORNER WE'RE GONNA FLASH UP THE WEBSITE here want people to support what's going on and and and you know whatever platform we've got it. It's yours so you know I wanna be a part of this because it's it's such a Volna like I said in powerful testimony and you're still going through the God bless you man. Thanks for coming on the show buddy. Hey folks technologies improved on just about everything phones car shopping. You know mattresses. Unfortunately they pretty much been the same. Since the invention of sleep you deserve better. I deserve better. I made a change with my mattress. Vialli with the mattress I got. It's the evolution of mattresses called Purple. The secret to purple is the Purple Grid Patterned Patented Comfort Technology that instantly adapts to your body's natural shape and sleep style The purpose is that for. It's it's for every body to get comfortable. That's the beauty of the purple mattress. 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You're going get one hundred fifty bucks off of the Purple Mattress when you order fifteen hundred dollars more purple dot com slash. Watch Chad Promo Code. Watch Chad one hundred and fifty dollars off any mattress order. Fifteen hundred dollars or more terms apply. We'll be right back Hey welcome back. Everybody on this week's report excited to welcome host of Fox and friends in the Brian Kilmeade show. Brian kilmeade himself. Brian thanks for hanging out with us for a few minutes. May congratulations on the new. Release of the paperback thanks. I appreciate the time I will. I'm jealous of your studio. And you look. We what we've started calling ourselves around here blaze studios is we are the expendable essentials like. They'll still let us come in because they don't care if something happens to us right so we're one of the few that still comes into the studio you got you guys have kind of been bouncing around. How how's that been going for? You guys there in New York trying to get. The show's done no complaints. You just said you know what it's like is it's hard to you. You can't really interrupt each other. Israel different delays. So if someone says something brilliant or bad you can't use kind weight because they're a second ahead or a second behind you say it and they'll start talking then they'll stop then you go and we've all seen that so it's taken away a lot of this whole thing but we're better than ninety nine point nine percent of the population on never complain with the quality of the show. I think suppers because he Canadian that that real dynamic the back and forth yeah we have on the count. Well watching you guys and listening to you as well. You're every morning you're doing a great job with it. In spite of the circumstances I tell you people don't realize when you're having a conversation. It's not like a Sitcom where somebody finishes talking in. The next person starts talking talk over each other. That's how people have conversations so this has been a challenge for everybody. But how are you guys doing health wise and sanity wise in New York right now? Well a couple of things. None of us are saying works to our advantage that we have a low standard healthwise. I failed the immunity test so I have not had it yet to to my family will positive for it. You don't remember their names more into myself but that I got tested has tested negative. You Know Fox is not really been overrun with it. They've been unbelievably cautious in. I think judicious now did it. They didn't they just immediately. Fanned set up home studios a local studios and wanted to continue. I want to send an example separate us within the studio then they said you know what I don't risk just separate so I think there's only a few people coming into the studio right now but I think that's got gotta change soon and then there's GonNa be no hair makeup and things like that but everything's changed. I mean how many people are investing in AD dollars. Now how many people have our product and needs publicity even if you have great ratings the our product that needs the platform affects salespeople. Except if you're in Fox sports what are you doing nothing? What have you on? Espn YOU. You're not doing or another bump. Guess why you salary still getting paid. And they're still. You paid money for leaks. That's not ERIN NASCAR is coming up. There's going to be no fan. So is just a challenge after challenge after challenge. It's amazing everything's linked. Yeah we're GONNA talk about the book here in just a second. I'm really excited about this. But let me let me. Just ask you first of all. 'cause you raise a good question. People keep throwing around terms like new normal. Does that strike you as weird odd is it is it. I find it just. I don't like it this whole new concept. That's caving. My thing is we understand the virus. We went to school on it. We understand they don't know everything about it and do not sit us at home anymore. I entered the disciplines out. We understand the risks. We understand WHO's mostly arrest? Protect the most vulnerable absolutely underlying conditions will take care of it. He shouldn't be penalized but I wanted. I wanted to do the things that are necessary to get back in that building. They get to get tested. A regular basis. Make sure no one susceptible That doesn't have to be. I want to go to a restaurant if it's a third full fine and if you WANNA ship if you own a restaurant. I think you should have a chance to save your livelihood. I don't think you should watch it. Dine in with die in the vine and wither. I think enough. These governors are being punitive in many cases by now looking at what they're doing now Mike stakes. No maybe one portion of your state's not ready but the rest might be Gaddi statehouse drive around humane street. See what these people need. You'll be surprised how conscientious they are about their business. Their sport store. They're being tackle shop there dealership. They want people coming back filling. Say there's going to be a cell free market way of regulating and I think we should have the shot to to survive right now of sitting on the sidewalk. I these pictures of Manhattan and this really crazy. I remember one of the times when I was in the city a couple of years ago. My wife and I were walking down the street. We looked across. Who we were just down going downhill from Avenue of the Americas there and I know you bundled up in the In your overcoat there and you're fighting a win in the crowds and moving through and then you see that you know. Here's the hustle and bustle over there. And now it's just empty streets It's really kind of eerie to see that. Not You know for me from pictures and video of this thing. It's it's crazy deal. Yeah I want in last Monday at the re o'clock then win last Thursday at one o'clock and I will not get in a car in Manhattan and try to get a long island after one o'clock one thirty because you just sit. Traffic is a forty five minute ride. That takes two and a half hours so I'm ozone mass transportation and to get around the city. Nobody has a car. I'm sure you're aware of that because the parking so much better off on subways so to go in there. Three o'clock one o'clock NC. No traffic at all is stunning into with every day. There's no traffic is annoying as it is. That means there's no deliveries those food purchases. There's no selling it. There's nobody in Jim. There's nobody in a building. There's there are people bailing on their rents because they don't WanNa live there anymore. I look around and I and I feel the pain of the emptiness feel the solidness of the moment and I just wonder. How much is preventable? Yeah well these are historical days and you're a historian that last time I was up there. I just picked up the hard copy of the Andrew Jackson miracle of New Orleans. You signed it for me. And one thing she said was keep history alive and You know this is a historic moment. We're living and this is one of those things that historians GonNa look back on and say. This was a time in America. Nothing else was like it. We'll see how that comes out but the book It's been out for a little while the heart. The soft back that the paperback comes out. Tomorrow Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers. I see you wearing your American flag. Texas Flag Pin. God bless you man. That's the beauty of Texas. We're already social distance because we got such a big state here right. I mean it's just so funny too is that you know people what makes Texas Texas. Well you just saw the salon owner. Yeah SLAUGHTERING GOES. Wait a second. This is I'm going to fall in the Rose Bowl in the rules. It's wins me by my distance. The people that work for me. I'm fight and that's really what I found out this story for the longest time as New Yorker lived in La for a while. Everyone has their own history. Virginia's own history. Obviously Boston has theirs but in but then whenever a country country sorry I just thought well. That's the story. Then when I realized Americans fought it to degree they did when I realized Americans went there and organized into three. It was when I realized it was actually in Louisiana purchase guys like Thomas Jefferson. Andrew Jackson was swearing. Us Back vitals. Sam Houston was it and it was kind of traded off of Florida by the Spanish. You end up losing control of it anywhere where realize they were fighting for liberty which sixty years earlier we will fighting against another mighty power against. I realized people can resonate with the story. They also know America be the same place without Texas and almost didn't happen and to see this. Guy Volve Sam Houston who drank too much. You Show lack of discipline. Kind of a lazy kid would go to school and ended up having this living with the Cherokee Indians being first American Indian advocate and then fighting heroically fearlessly and he should have died in the war. Eighteen twelve were I open and then to watch him grow with the tutelage of another famous American Andrew Jackson and then to see him again in America's history. The perfect man at the perfect time is in the perfect place from Eisenhower to Washington. We see it over and over again. And that's who Sam Houston was at thirty. You would have been the right guy at twenty minute right guy. But after his life experiences governor of Tennessee as a as a military officer and as a warfighter he was the guy would they with a reputation to get people's attention he was probably the only got. It coulda pulled off what he did. Yeah I being in Texas now twenty years. I you know I'm a transplant. I'm I'm what would have been taxation right. I here's I've been here twenty years. I love this state I love. This place The center of the universe to me I. I've been immersed myself in the culture and the history of it and and so many times people will tell you this. So we'd rather be Texans than Americans right and then you have folks who say Well unless you were born here you're not truly a Texan. History was built on men who were not from Texas originally Virginia Kentucky. Tennessee these places and knots the store your telic and they chose to go and they said a miracle was not new enough. It was had open enough. It was too cliquey too expensive or running from the law running from a bad marriage. I just wanted to. I lost everything. Some of the smartest people that were just going bankrupt. You know. Washington Jefferson Madison. They all die with no money. Jackson ended up with money in the Andes started with nothing and Sam Houston. Saint thing got it all lost it all got it all lost it all and of these men and women go. You know what we gotta go. Where do you go gotta go Texas go out West to go to Texas and go there and again? The American ingenuity took an area that could not develop under anybody else but Americans found a way depending on each other only up into the bargain and it was like a American all start. They will fiercely independent infrastructure promises. No social security a 401K. They went down there with the hope and promise of something. Better no guarantees now which brings me to. Today no guarantees they would Gerona. Virus is not going to hit us. Now there's a very small chance it'll kill us but saying home and not fighting. We'll destroy ups and Texans one. It was an opportunity and all Americans want now for the most part. I hope is that chance to be successful again because the world cannot survive. If we dipped down what I ended at the end of what I think you might appreciate. I start the war. Eighteen twelve breed to the Texas revolution. But end of the civil war. Which you might know that Sam. Houston was governor. Wanted no part of it. He knew hundreds of thousands with die and we can confederacy with loose and he said stay out the outvoted them so he goes. I quit and he left. Lincoln tried to bring him back in. And that's what I added to the epilogue which you don't know about which all your only in the paperback. Yeah well folks need to get the paper back and I'll tell you if you if you love history and you love storytelling Brian. Kilmeade is the best there is at it and I find myself reading books. Brian basically in two sittings. You know I mean. They're really good and hot but I WANNA I wanNA know what your interpretation if you look at that history and now if you come out and say Hey America needs get back to work. People need to get back to these opportunities. They have and people people come out and they say on social media in various places. You just want people to die. You're not willing to you. Just want people to die what happened to that bravado that courage that ability to go out and say. I'm willing to take a stand for what's right in spite of the cost. I have labs in theories. I have not been out usually as you have. You know I go to all these cities I do it on the weekends and I really get an idea what the American people think. I see so many people but now I'm not really seeing people but I don't think it's hard to appreciate something you've always had. You've always had protects jobs infrastructure. It always had a family for the most part or some type of societal Net and I'm saying you know a lot of countries have more than us in a lot of people complain about that but if you had to fight for freedom you appreciate it more. If you know you lost you lost. You have nowhere to live. You'RE GONNA fight to the debts. Andrew Jackson talks about fighting. He was going to fight the British right up the Mississippi because we had nowhere else to go so in in Texas like okay. It's kind of bad I'm going to go to Texas. I don't like in the northeast. I'M GONNA go out West Midwest but after one hundred two hundred plus years we are the number one economic and military power the world. How can we not get saw first-generation generation multimillionaires going to raise kids in luxury? It's not the kids fault. They don't know what it was like living in a one room apartment. Did you grew up with your parents? So I think we've got to rediscover some toughness and I think the president it's dangerous has to almost say that and of course they're gonNA come back and say seventy thousand or dead dare you. While it's ninety nine point six percent chance you're going to survive. Here is the downside. Economic Ruin is going to bring physical and mental destruction to the family. We see the alcohol drug abuse it domestic abuse going through the roof and the world is not a safe place without a strong America. If I could ask a bunch of guys and women took make thirty five thousand dollars a year and take out Afghanistan and Iraq and the al-Qaeda presence in North Africa and bin Laden in Pakistan. Can we do? Can we go out there? Just make our Deli successful. We can we get sick sporting good. Can I get my job at Dick's sporting goods as a manager? Can I get that back? You know can. I weren't put arrows on the four to tell US everywhere to walk up again at the pharmacy of short. I'm not asking you to go invade another country. I'm asking you to reclaim your livelihood and make it so great that people want to come and see you and if you want them call me the enemy of the people I I just think I want to support the people that want to support their families. There it is Brian Kilmeade the host of Fox and Fresno so the Brian Kilmeade show. You can get where podcasts are offered you know get it on Siriusxm Sam Houston and the Alamo vendors us the book I want people to go get it. Get the get the paperback it's thanks. Hardback doesn't have so. I want to encourage you to go get it Bryan. Thanks for hanging out with us today. Man thanks great job stay. Safe Take Care. God bless you Sam Houston and the Alamo avengers. Don't just get that get all Brian. Kilmeade S- books If you are a fan of history and you really want it from a true historical narrative storytelling perspective. That brings these people to life. Get the books Thanks for telling thanks to him for coming on the show today and I wanna say we appreciate you guys. There are those of you who are out there who support us all night. You come to us and you are truly a part of what we do this this craziness that's gone on in our world. It's affected everybody in a different way Some of US have gone through it and it's made us a little more depressed. 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Ep 343 | AOC Cries Voter Suppression

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Ep 343 | AOC Cries Voter Suppression

"Welcome to the Glenn Beck Program. It's party time mom. This is not the Glenn Beck. program. This is the Chad prager show in studio twenty two. In the mother ship it is Monday Monday Monday hot news natalie in the hot seat. This. Is the LISA page pub over. Part Foul Steve is conspicuously absent. He's off he's often East Texas visited mall. Let's get. That's right. the puppet Master Mark Can D. C. The queen of the. Sitting there in the at the hill driving this into the nether regions we're we're just a mere. Seven. And Twelve out seven days. Twelve hours from the election from still not knowing. Yeah. Close. Get ready by guns. Layer ammo out who knows man pair for the worst it could turn into an absolute ish show. You know the presidential elections one week away and President Donald. Trump. Vice. President Mike Pence busy holding campaign events and key states like Pennsylvania three today for president trump and Pennsylvania. Joe Biden's presidential campaigns. As already stated there will be no event scheduled for Monday indicating he's taking yet another lid. Trump said this morning in allentown Pennsylvania that Biden has not only quit on his campaign but he's waved a white flag on life be called him a pathetic candidate. Of course that doesn't go unanswered by the president's reelection campaign, which is frequently targeted Biden for not actively campaigning and spending most of his time at home in his basement, and although the Biden campaign does not advertise any campaign events on Monday, the candidate is expected to visit several states including Georgia on Tuesday tomorrow, of course. And trump's back back-to-back rallies in three different cities in Pennsylvania or just eight days before the November third election. Have you voted? Yes. You finally voted Lisa USA finally voted. jade sent me a screen shot. She'd voted today She was asking if there was anybody I said just straight Republican at this stage in the game go straight Republican okay. there's a lot of rumors floating around that Biden is not of sound mind and body in fact. It's going to continue feeding that notion whenever he's talks about running against a guy named George trump. As if you I don't know if you guys saw that clip. Listen at this stage in the game. Joe Biden is running against George Trump for Senate. In Nevada for new. Hampshire and Barack America looks on proudly. It seems as if sleepy Joe as the president calls, him has no energy available to handle the stresses of the job forum. So do you really want somebody like that in the White House or worse? You WanNa President Kamala. Harris will see we've got a week to go folks GonNa get very very interesting I think it's going to be a huge landslide I came out on twitter this morning with a prediction of. Even. California going read really I do I believe it no. But could it happened? Yeah. But do you really think it's a landslide I put money on it. But money on. This is twenty twenty. I would not be surprised at all. I. Mean if California flipped yeah I mean anything could happen right now look at these rallies the news yesterday was talking about Kamala Harris who was Dasche where was she? Somewhere she's coming to Texas by the way I think she's in Texas Tomorrow She did a rally, the other day I wanNA say. Oh. I've slipped my mind but anyway, they kept talking about a hundred cars showed up. One hundred cars showed up. Do you realize this morning in Allentown Pennsylvania? There were thousands of people standing in the rain waiting for trump speaks. So anything is possible. Pennsylvania. Of course, huge. The pathway to re election goes through Florida it goes through Pennsylvania. Those are going to be key states. Pennsylvania was, of course, the final Straw that won the election for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen. I don't know if you guys remembered or not. But I called it I called it before CNN. Five minutes before CNN they were probably watching Chad Prater. I was doing the math counting the counties in Pennsylvania that's what I was doing. I was watching you sure. Hey, guys while we're at it left US corporations like variety. Yes. At it left US corporations like variety have empowered radicals to Tara country apart by funding their efforts most recently sending ten million dollars to Al Sharp and and several others of his ilk. It started with impeachment than exploiting the pandemic followed by violent riots. Now, they're threatening violence over filling the vacant seat of the Supreme Court. 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There's a lot of crazy stuff going on in our world as you guys well know all you have to do is turn on the news or go to a Chinese website Freaky be on the Chinese website we might talk about that and a little bit. but the most important news around studio twenty two that's right. Things are things are amiss. In Action Love Action is happening in the mothership people found love on your show. Yeah. Thanks to the chat show. That's right which is in love our very own puppetmaster mark and candidacy. Now in gay. To each other reach of Yes flashed that ring up DC lash that thing. Sense. We we've been known this shit show two years. Two years you hear a home yeah. Good Lord have mercy. Knew it was coming knows coming man over a year ago I. of course it was very private and I was trying to set mark up with somebody I. Mean it is irrelevant but he was so sweet. He was like Oh. Yeah I'M GONNA keep that in mind but because none of us knew that they were dating no, you didn't know. All right. I knew from day one anyway. Maybe That has been a great kept secret west. Now for this entire time and I mean people I think out there started put two and two together here and there but. you guys did a good job of keeping that on the bed in a big week. Yeah, can't congratulations to mark and cancer already parents did they got a puppy dog? Yeah. You got a puppy dog when she sent the engagement picture I thought she's pregnant. Oh. Aren't you? This morning I looked in the eyes and I took her by the Chin and I looked at both sides and I said, okay, you're telling the truth. and. To give her that lie detector tests that raise kids are pure than the driven snow. Glenn Beck. Is paying mark well, yeah. He Margie diamond diamond is icy youthful ring is beautiful on canvasses hand it is So congratulations, guys I'm proud of you mark. and. I'm like you feel like I'm giving away my daughter. On, my little daughter's we're vying for. You didn't ask my permission. I do that a boy you have at my friend you have. My girth for roles in the weddings I'm just I don't want nothing to do with you're gonNA. Be Officiating it. Should be the. Shiite officiating anything I want to go eat shrimp okay. Shrimp? That's right. So I told him I was like I can't wait and they're like, well, it's going to be small, which is hidden. Sorry. You're not invited which I get it but I'm GONNA show up. Your suggestion. Right off the bat. Get to be bridesmaids. Flower girls that's right. Party foul Steve Bring bearing bears vitiate now said. They WANNA, wedding, Outta. Shit. We hold you to no obligation. AFC. See Yeah called her AFC. She doesn't like to be called Alcoa. She calls herself AFC. She wants to be referred to as Congress woman a Casio Cortez. Okay. So when trump refers to her as She gets offended. But then continues to refer to ourselves AFC her handle is at A. O. C. and I keep wondering why do they keep? Allowing this Moron to speak to the media. And she has more. I don't think anybody questions. And there are folks who say, why does she live rent free in your head? That's all you can talk about his AFC. We'll because we just sit around waiting for the next thing she's going to say it's entertaining, right? It's her voice. I can't get past. The second you here come. Honest. Exactly. Right. Last nerve yes. But last nerve play play the first clip their mark here goes you know listen there is no place in the United States of America where two three four hours waits to vote is acceptable and just because it's happening in a blue state doesn't mean that it's not voter suppression. You know if we are waiting three hours, four hours, five hours. If this was happening in a swing state, there would be national coverage. So I don't want us to think that just because this is a blue state this isn't a problem who's very clearly problem. There's a lot of work that needs to be done but. That being said at the time I am thrilled to see how many people who are overcoming this injustice waiting in the lines anyway bringing community supplies, snacks, lawn chairs. You know we are going to overcome this hurdle so that we can elect the folks that will make sure that this will not be a problem in the future. Yeah all those trump supporters getting out there to vote. Yeah he's a dramatically they're just preparing them because if they take over medical care, you'll be waiting three or four years for attention. Yeah, and also ironically she was just promoting voter suppression. Exactly. So somebody needs to tell that girl somebody needs to tell that girl. And let me say another thing about healthcare. You brought that up something I was thinking about this morning and nobody wants to say this nobody wants to say this. Okay. Nobody wants to say this money Jesse Kelly he said it I said. You want your insurance costs to go down. You keep insuring all these people with preexisting conditions and guess what they are not going to go down. They're not going to go down people don't want to hear that they don't WanNa hear that the reason I bring that up is. I tweeted this yesterday Sunday I said, if covert has proven anything, it's how Shitty of health we are in as Americans because everyone statistically that's dying from Corona virus has a pre existing condition they're obese. They have heart conditions. They have lung conditions there. They have diabetes. it affects people of color more significantly than it does whites so. There's a Lotta things out there. That are very non pc about insurance about cove and stuff like that to you. Face it, face it not going to happen I'm so sick of politics right now everybody lying to people. How did you feel about Biden saying that he thought healthcare was a right it's not a right. It's not a right. Okay. If I'm a doctor I have a choice to go to work. I'm not forced to go to work and perform medicine. I don't have to do it. I made a career choice to go do that. No one can force me to go practice medicine. If. Healthcare is a right. Then that means. Someone is obligated to take care of you. Nobody's obligated to take care of you. You go because somebody chose to take care of you. Yes they get paid for it. That's their job, but they chose to have that job. So to say, it's a ride is absolutely asinine. Anyway. It's not you're right. Healthcare is not a right, but they WANNA, make it that way they want them. They want. Did you hear feels like so long ago I can't get over this one statement feels like that last debate on Thursday night was so long ago and I watched the thing I live tweeted it. I could not get over him referring to his health care plan is Biden Care? Yes. Biden Care Biden can't take care of himself now. Biden Care You WanNa talk about taking Barack Obama and throw in his black. ASS under the bus. Oh my God. My Lord have mercy. Biden care What is Biden Care? That's what? Biden does. Not. CARE. Barack. Obama's GonNa Black Ass. He'd been trying to prove that for years. The. Cabbie don't know. His daughter might have to. It depends on how that comes out on the Internet but anyway You know what to do with it. I'm slinging truth. Monday. Feisty today. At me I'm just telling the truth can't can. You sorry. I just want to say my favorite line in the entire. Debate was when. Trump kept going. Why didn't you do anything for eight years to help the men that you put in prison and he kept going why didn't you do at? Joe. Why didn't you do it? Why didn't you do it and then finally Joe Speaks up and says. Oh I couldn't because I had a Republican House had. Congress Congress Congress Republican Congress and there's this moment of silence and then trump goes you gotta talk him into Joe. That's what I do with the Democrats you gotTa Talk Him into it. I'm like that's why we hired him. Prison Reform Joe. Talk into it. Are. You going to negotiate with Putin or anybody else out there G. in China are you going to negotiate with those guys if you can't even talk to Republicans A Republican Americans you can't talk them in anything but you're your geopolitical foes. You'd think you're going to be able to deal with them. Joe I. Mean You want to tell you seem checking his watch like he was late for the this. was. On. Way For Jill to come out and just guide him off the stage. But that's to your point Chad trump keeps nailing this and I think after Thursday night's debate. It can't be more clear how disconnected Joe Biden is trump keeps saying you know you're talking to these leaders of the world and they are sharp guys these guys are on it. They know what's going on by can't even string a sentence together without tripping over words messing up the facts he can't tell us the truth he can't confirm or deny anything maybe he hasn't even given us a broad even idea of what his plan would actually be. His closing argument, what what do you want to say to those voters will if you just want honesty integrity honesty and integrity and trump still like. Your family's interface investigation. Not Get paid by Russia Gel. You got three point, five, million dollars. You got paid three points billion dollars from Russia show the People WanNa know Joe why don't you just tell the one getting paid? Joe. Why don't you? That was the best. Everything about his demeanor that night was exactly what we needed to see from trump. We made it a mute button on trump's long ago. That's what we needed because he had the time to collect his own death. You're right I complained about the mute button but. I thought this could actually go and trump's favorite because it's going to give Joe enough rope to hang. Yes. and. So my big takeaway from that besides the Biden care was when trump continually said all talk and no action. All talk and no action. You're talking politics. This is politics I'm not a politician politician and I love that. You can't say anything. Any different. True. He's all talk he kept that same throughout the entire debate now. Paid off for trump it was really good too. So I tell you. To, go to go to clip number three here about catching hill checkout. Van Jones. Trump and I get beat up by liberal every time I say only keep saying he has done good stuff for the black community and. Opportunities own stuff black college stuff I work with a criminal justice stuff. I saw Donald Trump have african-american. encarcerated in the White House embrace them treated them. Well, there's a cited don trump that I think he does not get enough credit for. Now, for those of you unfamiliar with Van Jones, he's further left than the the planet Pluto and I don't even know if his planet right now are just a star but it comes and goes dad entity it's got. Star Planet this for you but a start as for you. I don't know what Pluto is, but Van Jones is out there on the left. Okay. But Van Jones every now and then we'll have a moment of clarity. and. He'll say some really smart things and anybody that's being truly honest right there. Is he he's he's telling the truth. These right for the black community. How can sit there and say? The lowest unemployment. Ever. In history since what? The fifty sixty something like that. For the black community, the first step AC I mean the prison reformers we referred to it earlier it's crazy. people don't want to be honest with that though. So obviously, Van Jones catching hair will. Catch inhale. For. Built bars. Bars. They got eighteen different flavors of these things you got. It's chocolate. 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Bill at Chad for twenty percent off of your Bill Bar Dot Com. Go there today we'll be right back. I don't know if you guys caught the sixty minutes interview with. Comma Harris were you know she thinks she can laugh her way through any interview in the cackle laugh of last week. and. They wrote, put her on the spot because she said Joe has promised to listen to me and I've promised to be honest with him about anything. That needs to be said and I'm like. Oh my God I mean. What what how did that conversation go down? Yeah. Listen. Whatever your name is because he can't remember it. Anything you need me to know you tell me okay. I promise Joe. I will tell you the things you need to know in other words. She's GonNa make him more culturally woke or politically woke or. Racially. Woke or whatever the? Hell. She is the one who basically called him a racist because of the busing issue in the debates and during the primaries so that being said they said, does that include a progressive or socialist message and she laughed or cackle and said, of course not? No, she really got a little bit tongue tied there because she really was pushed guessing pushback and was put on the spot. But I don't understand what these people are running on Joe and Kamla I don't understand what they're running on first they were against fracking. Now they're okay with fracking. Then Thursday night, he wants to ban all oil. His covert plan involves more masks and more plexiglass separations and barriers, which, of course, require petroleum in order to be created. You gotTa have fossils and fossil fuels in order to create plexiglass Joe and then they say they're going to be more progressive and then they say they're not going to be progressive in or they're not going to be socialistic but they're going to embrace socialism, and then you have AFC again harping on the idea that the only way by is going to win. is if he goes. Ahead offers. Bernie Sanders. Mooney blue. A cabinet position. Row Clip to Sandra's expressed interest in potentially serving as Biden's labor secretary. Wins the White House how crucial is it to the Progressive Movement? The Biden's by An important position to Bernie Sanders in Biden, Cabinet should that happen should Biden win. I am not familiar personally with I mean with any of Senator Sanders requests are non request I do not know personally about the veracity of this but. But I believe that it's critically important that the Biden administration appoint progressive leaders whether it's labor whether it's in the treasury whether it's secretary of Education et, CETERA He wants to be the Labor secretary you like that whole. The whole Party, they have already decided who's going what jobs go to who it's all been planned out. For. Two weeks and then it'd be Kamala. Correct. That's happening. It's all been mapped out. Yes. Even Kamala Harris as vice president because you know Joe is going to start sucking his thumb. About a month into the deal. And what's the candice? What's all this body double stuff on on jove paying attention all this going on with the body doubles in the clones and the body doubles but it was around Milania because they were saying that she likes mild on an event and they were freaking out that she had a by double but I mean it's not uncommon I Joe Does where his aviators a lot. So you know that's might not be Joe. Might not be joe in fact, if you look at some of the older hair plug pictures of Joe. It looks like you could take the top of his head right off. A one week like Pumpkin one of my. Favorite memes from the weekend was Obama leaning over by shoulder as he was sitting down. And he said my name better not be on your dumbest kids computer. Funny and no one was I. didn't share this one but this another one was. God. There's so many from over the weekend because of the debates in the coyote comment. But the other one was you know Joe Biden is hard on crime and he puts everybody in jail for using drugs, and then it said also hunter Biden he's lighting the crack pipe. Sure Someone on the trump team needs to make a like an anti-drug campaign for schools and it just shows a series. Of Hunter, Biden Smoking crack and how it you know ruins, families, American families, and you know. Two good things to funding from the weekend. One was Lauren Chin of course, blaze TV show pseudo intellectual love Lauren. She said and you never know she so quiet. So demure and so smart right is she said, well, there's one thing we can all agree on. Hunter by knows how to party? Like no question about. I feel sorry for one hundred in a big way I part of me. That does because I mean look. The guy's got a problem right? He's got a problem. He's got addiction issues. He's he's been in all kinds of crazy stuff. He's lived with a silver spoon in his mouth. But set that aside because Hunter Biden's not run for president. Okay. I don't care about his drug use a care about it don't care. I don't care about sexual escapades except to the degree that he's doing anything with an underage person if that comes out to be true that matters. But. If he is profiting in such a way that the family is profiting and ultimately Joe Biden is taking money on the sly. Day about you know the the back and forth back whenever they supposedly took out Osama bin Laden and Joe said, I wouldn't do it. He told Barack Obama wouldn't go in I wouldn't do it because there was a chance he wasn't there and how it might hurt him politically if they go in and there's a lot of conspiracy theories are surrounding that and whether or not that was a body double and some people say that Osama bin Laden had already been dead for a couple of days from kidney failure and that's why they had to kill CEO tim six in order to cover all that stuff up I don't get into those weeds I mean I do I don't. Welcome to the Glenn. Beck program. I was voting in Chicago. But I like, you know who knows it this point in time? How how many countries and how many people out there has Joe Biden been on the take from if you'll do it from the Ukraine if he'll do or from Ukraine not the Ukraine if he does it from Ukraine if he doesn't from Russia, if he does it from China I, mean, he's in the bag in. China. Right he is. He is compromised by China he'll do it but within they'll do it with anybody if he'll do all of our geopolitical foes like China, like Russia, he'll do anybody. I mean if you read some of these things, you can't tell me and no matter how much happens. No matter? How much pushback? There's something there. There is something there. I don't want to get into speculation about me, Obama's credit card and lines Kokin. You've seen those pictures that are out there got her name on it and I. I don't I don't know I. Don't know that's not for us. Welcome to the Glenn Beck. program. But there's something there. There's too much and it's funny how the media won't touch it it. They won't touch it. Then and that was my next point they won't touch it. Haven't talked about a Muslim resting story on the planet right now in the media won't touch it and they're fighting back saying, how can you keep propagating and pushing this stuff and it's like, how can you all not talk about? Well, there's no evidence to back it up. Are you kidding me if this was Donald Trump Junior? Man. Donald Trump's juniors winner on a computer on a Chinese website. Do you WANNA. You want to know. You want to know how much the media. Talk. All of that stuff. You. Kidding me. If this was one of the Bush daughters. If this is one of the Bush daughters and they were speculating one of the Bush daughters went Hagar with Donald trump junior. Go nuts. They would go nuts what you. Look at how much crap they got just for like college students. During their time. Yeah. When he office like they were on every tabloid, there is no like there was no boundary for that. In your father's footsteps. So they were telling y'all got to watch trump card. DENCH decision. But I, know a lot of people got rid of NETFLIX'S I. Didn't get it but you can. You can find it this out there trump card by the National Sousa it's awesome. You need to watch also Peter Schweitzer's documentary on the Biden Connections with China Peter Schweitzer of course makes an appearance in the trump card documentary talking about these various things but specifically when it comes to. not only China but Ukraine. He's got line items of receipts of where it was paid out to the Biden family. You can't tell me that there's not something there. The fact that nobody from his campaign has denied any of this. They haven't confirmed ordinary. There's anything that you haven't said a single. Basement Ham other than. Just don't want to focus on this man. He's doing a lie that the LAI. Bold lie. Big. The big guy on you're the big guy. You tell the American people come on big. Man. You don't drink do. You drink. 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Like you were saying is I mean again I've brought up this point before he doesn't he doesn't move his arms when he walks that is a sign of brain trauma. It's a sign that there's neuro damage in his brain. There's something wrong most guys they moved they walk they they moved their hands, move their arms, sway their arms. He doesn't do that. He doesn't even speak with his hands at all ever. He sits at the podium when he's doing these debates and he does not move but even when you're speaking in real life. You. Know you're you're trying to you. Yes. Yes. Fantastic. Phenomenal. Pretty much amazing. All the. White power. Only. You would do that why that's why why does why does she and Steve always do the things that one day will be used against mate? Swear to God. The he couldn't even remember who's running against. He thinks he's running against George Bush, play clock nine. What kind of country we're going to be four more years of Georgia. Georgia. Go find ourselves in a position where if trump gets elected we're going to be we're going to be in a different world. Georgia Georgia. Man Platelets ten pay close attention here. What kind of country we're going to be watched? Jill's. Georgia you're. Going to find ourselves in a position where if trump gets elected WE'RE GONNA. We're going to be in a different world. She, just trump. Trump. If. I'm telling he's running against George Trump the Senate in Nevada I mean New Hampshire. And Barack America is looking on. Play. PLAY CLIP NUMBER FIVE MARK Over soon, I say we're learning to live with it. We have no choice. We can't Locker Carson's hands a basement joe does he has the he has the ability to lock himself up I don't know he's obviously made a lot of money someplace but he has this thing about living in a basement. People can't do that by the way. I as the president couldn't do that I'd love to put myself in the basement or beautiful room in the white. House and go away for a year and a half until it disappears I, can't do that and Kirsten every every meeting I had every meeting I had an admit a lot of families including gold star families and military families. Every meeting I had and I had to meet him. I had to would be horrible to have canceled everything I said, you know this is dangerous and you catch it and you know court I learned a lot I learned a lot great doctors great hospitals. And now I recovered ninety nine point nine of young people recover ninety, nine percent of people recover we have to recover. If we can't close up our nation, we have to open our school and we can't close up our nation or you're not going to have a nation. See th right, and that's why that's why. Mark. Meadows cut some. You know presents chief-of-staff called heat over the weekend because he said we're not going to control this virus nervous. But what do you mean we're not going to control it. WE'RE NOT GONNA we're not going to get rid of this virus. Will. It means just that it's here. That's right. It's like the flu is it's right. Here. I don't know why people are so stupid. Yeah. They just feel like words words will help. If we say all the sweet things. I'm so tired of it. I'm so tired of it I'm so tired of it like he should have said, well, we're going to vanquish this thing off the planet of the Earth or not. We never are not going to happen. It's here. In created yes. Created and it's been unleashed and it's here. It's here there will continue to be people for the rest of history. Who die from Corona virus complication true? They will die from flu complications. So what trump saying is there, but he's like you can't just live in the basement I can just live in the basement. Love to find a beautiful room in the. White House. Just wait a year and a half to this thing is over with right? Yeah. By the whole demeanor with that entire debate especially when trump was going off on the coronavirus, he just looked so clueless he didn't know what he was saying doesn't is going. And as someone who just had the coronavirus sick of hearing about it, I was sick of hearing about before I got the Rona right like just give me the vaccine and call a day already Geez I want to go spend a weekend at Bernie's. I want to spend a weekend. Yeah, which is basically like weekend at Bernie's play clip six. So. Let me get this straight. Less than a month to election day, and this is our candidate. Body double all we have to do is get him elected and then we can do whatever you want. This fall. Get ready for a presidential candidate unlike any other I think we're good. Not. Good. then. I chance I'm. Not. Still Oh this. Weekend at by. How long do we have to keep this up? Awesome that's not far from the truth right? They're not far from the truth and it's sad it really is these people. They have a plan and it is not involved with Joe Biden, presidency? I'm telling you he'll be putting his shoes on the wrong feet the day after the inauguration of he gets elected but again. I'm predicting three hundred, seventy electoral college votes for trump. I love it. Like, three hundred and fifty for trump why even care? I'd take two, seventy, five I love hearing you say that I get. So nervous when you hear otherwise by all the other. Media Right now. Joe Biden is up I sort of heard eight nine points. Trick Double Digits among among Black Twenty one to twenty four year olds. In Ireland polls now yeah. Well, Breaking News Joe Biden. Former vice president Joe Biden the Democratic candidate for president of the United States is leading by double digits over Donald J trump Among Black Voters of that are twenty one to twenty, four and identify as. White people. We're just GONNA call it. The presidency goes to goes to Joseph Rob Net Biden. Junior. Middle Name Is. Robin L. Lesson Oh. Boy Let's real quick. Let's go to Clip Bait. You believe the recent leak of material allegedly from hunters computer is part of a Russian disinformation campaign. I've read and know the intelligence community warned the president that Giuliani was being fed disinformation from the Russians. and. We also know that Putin is trying very hard to spread disinformation about Joe. Biden. and. So when you put the combination of Russia Giuliani the president together. Is just what it is smear campaign because he has nothing he wants to talk about is what is he running on? This man, what are you running this? Gel What are you not on? Seriously look at what the economy's already doing. You realize if Joe Biden gets elected, we're going we're going into a deep dark recession if not depression no one is to want to do business. Donald trump is good for business. We've already seen the economy go through the roof. We're seeing a va Konami happened right now where it's bottomed out because of corona virus and coming back. Even with a current surge honestly because we're testing more people and we're seeing more positive cases of corona virus were still seeing a strong economy bounce back you dance with the one that brought you. Get on the Horse that drove you here and keep riding. You don't switch horses in the middle of this race. You don't do it because if you over to Joe Biden I'm telling you it is going to be economically disastrous. And trump has been very clear on his economic plan in this new in this new presidency except there will be a surge and foot spas across. Food. SPAS, well, I blame her old Putin. Earl Putin, he runs Russia would be right back. So obviously, some of the leaked video apparently allegedly shows Hunter Biden with an unidentified female. She's given him a foot rub but not rub his feet. She's using her feet to rub on him. I thought job of. You not to be confused with a he job. That's what happens in Minneapolis Yana. He jobs happened there. I. I tell you what it's going to be crazy So folks. When Donald Trump said, that children are being brought to the southern border by coyotes he did not mean. Dogs indigenous to the area. INSTAGRAM. All weekend was Kripke me up every story with the wall. I love and and I. Spent a Lotta Time Photoshop I. Love saying a lot of my memes pop up in other places. It was all right and then. Also we're talking about the elephant in the room there is no real elephant. And drug meal does not involve donkey. Just WanNa make sure that everybody's clear on that. I'm going to be in Greenville South Carolina, Friday night Saturday night, Sunday night watch Chad Dot com has all of the information. They were headed up Moines Iowa, the following weekend. So make sure you get your tickets today. Come out and hang with US hot news natalie I'd Natalie Wood's on. Twenty, two on. Lisa page. Made me do it. 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The Mighty Oaks Show  Episode 043

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

52:50 min | 1 year ago

The Mighty Oaks Show Episode 043

"You're listening to the mighty oaks show broadcasting worldwide from our studio studio in southern California. Equipping you with the tools and resources to find victory in life's battles and now your host generally show and Jeremy Stole Necker. It was not. It'd be here with our special guests in. NC for the evening. Chad Prater of the Chad prager show found on ablaze and around the world. All over the world looking forward to being here. I'm glad y'all came to Texas though. Yeah well you've been you've traveled quite a bit just got back from Ireland than it was in Spokane Spokane Washington yesterday. It's amazing how airplanes and make the world such smaller place. It's a small place you can be back in Texas and just a couple of hours just a matter of hours. Thank you trip in. Ireland had a blast. I had a good time. They we've talked about the I had told my wife I said I had to watch. Bridget Joneses diary three. Just understand what they were saying. Because I don't understand British Irish or anything and now I think they're speaking English but I'm not sure my wife loves those. The shows has made in Great Britain. I've no idea what they're saying. I after the volume all the way up so I pick out a word here and there pointing your problem. I don't know what they're talking about this amazing 'cause as I oftentimes. I'm wearing my Texas Rangers. My Red Texas Rangers had so people over there. You'RE GONNA pub or whatever and people think you're wearing a donald trump. Yeah for trump. Uh everyone because they do yeah they do because they love him there they love. Americans don't like him. Oh man it's great to have you here and again I think you we know this. But we've got about twice as many folks attending tonight as we've had in the past three your name on the invitation and people started signing up. Dan Crane Shell Texas so with with a real dramas we get we get Dan and I both. We did an event a couple of weeks ago and had a big big turnout for that so Anything doing stuff dance always fun yeah. He's a sharp guy. robos good as well as your well yourself so I really highlight it really people. You just mentioned I feel like that's that's probably the around the room. I can spot you. It's hard isn't it gets hard. You GotTa look down when when you're doing that. Oh Man I like tonight so you were here. He's been a friend of fern of ours for a little bit now. You're actually had chat on your show and I think that's where all connected and then you had us back. I'm looking invited backer. We showed up but either way either way stations open all the way. We're great and encourage us and I know Chad. Even he'll get every once in while his son hunters deployed and they'll say they're just text me and encouragement that is why is an evening like this where we're trying to raise funds to run a veterans program and and Really disturbed those who have served us. Why is this important to you? I got a message the other day. on Social Media Gasset me thing he said. I'm not even sure if I'm going to hear back back from you're not he said but I want you to know I'm coming home after I've done eight deployments I'm on my way back. Watch your brothers die. He said Gone through the motions of what it would take in my life to load the gun to what I wear. I would put the gun where I would shoot myself these kind of things. I've got small children at home and he said I'm just putting this out there because I think you're a person who understands because you've spoken to these issues and I told him I sent him a message back and I said I'm going to share the message. I think tonight if I get the opportunity with everybody in and I told him I said if you don't get in touch with Chad Robichon at Mighty Oaks Foundation. You're doing yourself a disservice. I I said there's an absolutely no excuse not to reach out to an organization like mighty. Oh there's there's no risk involved warriors and warriors and people who have been right there where you you are this guy. He's coming home here in a couple of months and he's got to readjust. Yeah to to to a life that does that. He hasn't known in twenty years. That story we we were talking the other day about kind of this over the years pushback stress disorder and the combat trauma. Stuff has always been around but there was a time where someone someone would serve. They'd do their tour World War Two Earlier they do their tour. It take them six weeks to get home and then they're reintegrated into community that loves them. Now these guys like the one that you just mentioned for years deploying six seven eight times twenty four hours later. They're home trying to adjust and just the impossibility of that without help. It goes all the way down if you if you take even the out of it. How do these guys are just too? Now they've got to come home and find a career absolutely. They found a life how they normalizing they're coming back to a marriage that they haven't known your children that they haven't known and interacted with other than through skype or a telephone or something of that nature. So so what. You guys are doing a phenomenal. The thing I soon as I found out about mighty oaks. I became a monthly donor. You do the organization and I believe in it and I recommend it wholeheartedly and done it over and over again so to be able to to come in and be accepted by you guys in order to to give me even and more ammunition to use the platform. That God's giving me to speak about these things is very helpful. It helps me to be more effective in that message. So why do you think that you know someone like yourself. In American he loves the military loves. Our country hasn't served. Why do people who haven't served? Why should the responsibility and helping those? Who have? I think that is your service. I think you've got. I think you've got something that that we all as citizens of the greatest country that's ever existed in the history of this planet. We've got something that we can offer. You know it's one thing to serve. It's another thing to be a Patriot to support those who serve on the the board of directors with American Valor Foundation. That's our mission to serve those who serve us and that's what we WANNA do. I hope that by getting the awareness out there. Yeah because I believe that one of the one of the great things that makes this country great enhance for so long as we have men women willing to get up every day put on a uniform with the willingness and the purpose to potentially serve. I serve a sacrifice their lives for our liberty and that's a huge deal for for the for the little simple debt of gratitude. Dude I feel just to be able to use my voice to make people aware and then on the flip side whether they're active duty or veterans to be able to say. Hey there's something else for you outside outside of this life right I I don't I you know I'm kind of one of those very careful when I say to someone you know. Thank you for your service and while I'm thankful there's so much more because it's become so cliche I want. I want that person to know. Hey you wouldn't take that bag you. Yeah that's what people say. I wish I was there right now that that community that try that ability bet something that in that regard I didn't experience but when you come out and now now you're separated from that community to the degree that brings you and help you makes me feel like I'm yeah service to my country. Yeah that's right one of the things you talk about often often on your show is your faith and you just integrate that and everything. You're doing really appreciate the way that you handle your faith because it's not. Let's talk about faith for few minutes. Now let's get beds. It's part of their you lar- I think that's the way it should be. What's the rule of faith in in healing? Not just those who are struggling with combat related stuff but just in life. I think is understand understanding that we're feeble and more shrill. Nobody has to be on top of anything. Nobody has to be controlled. Nobody's got to feel like they've mastered this thing called life because none of us have. Were all novices Mrs. We're all GONNA fail. We're going we're all going to. Have you have men and women who were going through massive trauma in life that they really were not designed by God odd to experience in their lifetimes and they don't know how to process and what to do with so for me to be able to say it's okay to be flogged. It's okay to be hurt. It's okay okay to be wounded. Because you're you serve your. That was wounded for you. So it's okay to be like him in that regard even talk about the apostle. Paul says I had this. I've got this thorn one in my flesh. This besetting thing that holds me back from what I think I could be in my life. I have wound is so it's okay to be wounded and a lot of guys especially in my world coming out of the Western World Military World. We'd like to beat her chest a lot. You know. Depression doesn't exist in my. I've always been very open about my own depression my battles with it anxiety and stress and and things that I work with. Mit doing that. By exposing those uh those vulnerable places of my life it makes me stronger. It makes me a better person by being able to do that as fantastic navel-gazing you know your healthy a victim. Pull yourself up pick yourself up keep walking keep moving forward but you're right and I appreciate you saying that because because for me. I'm not the Guy I've done it in my life but I'm not the guy now now who's GonNa come up and just preach to you and say okay. I need you to believe this I'm not trying to prostate. Anybody proselytize anybody. I want you to to see the evidence in me through my integrity. A man of my word being somebody that lives out what I believe in by doing that would influence. Yeah and I think there's a place to preach but I think what people are looking for is authentic faith right and that's what's missing often in our in our country and our culture our conversation around faith. I asked me the other day a military guy. I don't all these things I'm not proud of. How can I possibly know that God loves me or how do I know that God? Didn't you know I haven't done something that's excluded me. From God's love and I said man the Bible tells us while we're centers that truth alone should humble us and should speak to our frailty but the fact that Christ died for us in loves US illness would side of that I hear people. Let's say well you know I don't want to bother God with that little thing. I'm so insignificant and I said but you see the faulty thinking in that the bad logic as you think that there's something this too big for so uh even the little things even the big things little things to him and people people think that I've done all of this stuff. It's nothing has is it. There's there's redemption. That's that's the beauty of this. Big Word is big. Theological word expiation where he has taken it away from you. He has cleaned up so that even though no matter what you've done he sees you through this lens of Christ it it's it's literally blood blood colored glasses right. You know that one mediator between God and man the man Christ Jesus such an amazing thing you do and you do well importance to you. Use Humor in a very unique way for my opinion From my position to community true. Yeah way pitcher. Well I you know I jokingly say after laugh keeping crying sometimes because you know you look around this crazy world world in some of the things I've dealt with in life but for me I just always thought if I could take commonsense or truth in rapid in a little bit of humor might make it a little bit easier pill to swallow search it for me. There's so many controversial issues out there and I'm one of those guys that runs in storms head with a water pistol in and goes in. We're here to yeah so I just feel like I don't feel like there's any topic that's off limits and if I can get you can get you to relax unless you have a conversation typically through humor. That's the most effective way to do that. We can we can find some common ground and get somewhere with each other. That's awesome. That's what we try to do. And sometimes I just annoy the piss out of either way man here Saturday night tonight again. We're GONNA have fun race. Money the book. Yeah we might put out shells other. We'll get him in here to Manila last about that. Chad has a goal. My Watch out from little right side. You can't eat a now. Oh Man on that note the man can kill me with Sir. THANK YOU MR coming here in Texas and as he came from from Los Angeles California Texas Ninth Annual Money Warriors Gala. With Narendra Chad. Why why did you make the well? I'm so excited. This is my first gala. I know this is your ninth and I understand that This year it actually is doubling from last year. which is really incredible? And and congratulations to you for something so great that you're doing I came because I wanted to meet you. And the other folks send your team to learn more about mighty oaks and because we've just recently partnered with you you folks Through valorous TV. which is I'm the president of and we're happy to be involved with with you and what you do so well And kind of it fits right in with the kind of shows that that we we do and we want to be able to promote go to our audience. Yeah Yeah so awesome. What you're doing and You know very thankful for you and six hundred fifty guests that we have here at the event tonight right which is just blows me away. It's amazing I remember when I was trying to hustle getting getting ones and twos of people. I think I might add it less than a hundred people here. It's just so crazy and we sold out like a month in advance so we could have had a lot more people here and we will next year but Yeah thanks for coming. I'm happy to be here again. I want to thank keep her. All you're doing and and to all the veterans and Service people who you'd helped Are So grateful. I'm sure as well so it's a great when you're doing well. Thanks for the partnership with Valor. If you if you hadn't heard of ehlers yet definitely go check it out. The content is amazing. It just honors our the nation's warriors and Asian Patriotic Show would just big quality streaming content and their partner might use the mighty oak show is multiple series leases on there. Now you can watch it go in there and subscribe service. Check it out. Absolute that gets thank you. Jerry Stahl necker executive director and the brains behind operation. I think you and never go. Thanks for being here. Tonight is always great to be back in Texas. I never really visited Texas until I met up with the foundation. I've been here a lot and love coming back to Houston. What a great city? It's a shame he doesn't have a baseball team. But aw but you're great at supporting veterans and I appreciate that a few years ago the team you have Astros Astros they WANNA game. The parade was the night of our gala. And you guys remember that and so people can get here. I was so thankful. You're not gonNA have a hard time getting here tonight so appreciate that. Appreciate your support of the Veterans for those who are Air Force veterans in the room. Sorry Yeah I think it's Hilarious when a navy vet makes fun of other services but I guess you have to have someone to look up to and unfortunately fortunately air force you have to have someone look down to all right moving on. Don't be mad about the Astros thing thing we have been talking about tonight and we've been talking about the goal and what we're trying to accomplish and knowing that there were a lot of folks here tonight or who would be here tonight right that have really maybe seen mighty oaks and they're trying to figure this mighty oaks thing out. They don't know exactly where we're coming from. Or why they should be involved. Why why they should be invested? I started to ask the question. Why is it that I got invested in the work of mighty oaks and I thought back to the very first program that I attended? I came back from Iraq in two thousand thousand. Three one of the reasons I heard with Jerry may haunt his right up front here and we serve. We came home. I transitioned out of the Marine Corps went into ministry and had a terrible transition position. My my struggles coming out of the military the Marine Corps. We're not post traumatic stress related. They were a jerk before I left and I was a bigger joke when I came back related. That was my problem album and I had a really really hard time transitioning to civilian life and my family dealt with that and a lot of people had to deal with that and in the process of all of that I was thankful for my service but I had to kind of walk away from it. I was thankful for it but I wasn't GonNa talk about it or spend much time looking over my shoulder anymore. I really felt like in in a big way. I had done my job. I had served with Marines in combat brought them rooms that I was responsible for home and my job was done. And now it's someone else's job to take care of those served pause there for a second because maybe you here tonight and that's where you're sitting. You're saying something like this. There are a lot of things going on. There are a lot of organizations. forty-three thousand housing veteran service organizations the Veterans Administration. I'm here because people invited me. But why should I do something. There are other people who can take care of the veterans and deal with the problems that they're dealing with. That's where I felt like I have a picture of my platoon. I think we can put it up on the screen here. That's my platoon in Iraq. Correct I mean that picture Jeremy Jerry Mayon right here is in that picture and we serve together. We push to Baghdad. Yeah that was in Baghdad at the presidential palace that picture hanging over my desk and I did then I would look at that picture and I would say something like this to myself when my service ended my time it'd my responsibility ability ended and I'm thankful for what I did but now someone else can take care of these guys nine years later. Jeremy I didn't know is going to be here. Give me a call. He called me up. UPI said I met this guy in Houston. His name is Chad. I don't know much about him other than he's a fighter and he just started this organization called Mighty Oaks. I really don't know what it's about a hard. Sell the idea what it's about but he's a Christian. You're a Christian. A couple of us are going up to Colorado. Would you be interested in coming. And I said yes. It was kind of a mini reunion for some of the guys that are platoon soon and I think there are ten or twelve of us there. That was back in the days when we were begging people to attend mighty oaks. That's when I met Chad. And that's when I got acquainted with the work of mighty oaks and again and I was serving in ministry. I was pastoring church. I was doing my thing. I was living my life and I was thankful for it. I had done my job now. It was someone else's turn to do. The job had a great eight week week. With the Marines I served with and we sat and talked and one night we went upstairs in the lodge we were in and we sat around a fire and we all kind of had a really intimate conversation station about where we had been over the last nine years and some of the things that we've experienced. I was always so proud of what I had done. And I was always so thankful for what I'd done and the fact that I had done my duty and yet what I learned that night. Is that many of the guys in. This picture. Didn't do so well when they came home. Learn about guys are guys some of them who took their lives. When they came home marriages that didn't make others rotated back and we're in the first battle of pollution were killed there you know? I learned that night I learned learned in a big way. My responsibility to those that I served didn't end when I hung the the uniform back in the closet for the last time my responsibility did not end one of the Marines. He was one of our young marines in that picture. He sat there that night and he said I hated you for ten years. You remember that he looked at me and said I hate you for ten years. So why do you hate us. Hate me he said well you promised to take care of us and then we all came back and you left. We went back to Felicia. And you weren't there to take care of us and I know that I could not have done anything about what happened. There I know the realities of military life and military transition but what I also know is that in a real way I did walk away from those guys and what I learned that day is I have to invest my life somewhere in helping those who have served our country. I had that responsibility. What I what I want you to understand tonight is that you maybe sitting here asking the question? Why should I get involved in? I would say the same thing to you to that realization. I came to the mountains of Colorado where I decided to radically change my life and invest my entire life in the work of Mighty. Here's what I decided. I need to do something and no one else seems to be doing it. Chad is going to give me opportunity to serve. I'm going to serve. We're going to go. We're going to figure figure this thing out all of the things you just talked about. I WANNA be a part of that. Because when I invest my life work mighty oaks. I'm investing in something that lasts forever. Guys the numbers. I can go through them. You've heard them already have them in the handout on your table but just this year we had seven hundred forty nine graduates come on through our programs. Those who attend our events thirty thousand individuals you heard the message of mighty oaks really the message of God's hope for them we were able to distribute twenty eight thousand resources and when you invest in what happens here what you're investing in our seven hundred and forty nine lives and seven hundred and forty nine families and thirty thousand people who come to an event and say. I don't know why I'm here but I believe that something important can happen. My responsibilities disabilities the executive director of the mighty. Oaks Foundation is to steward over the resources that people put into our hands to us. That's what happened this year. Look at the next slide slide. This is what's happened since the beginning since the beginning more than three thousand people live. Individuals families have come to the program. One hundred thirty thirty thousand plus people attended our events. Eighty nine thousand resources has been handed out not sold but distributed handed out giving away and individual life is soul one who is hopeless looking for purpose comes to our program. They sit in a room full of other people just like them others. Who have served the way they've served have a similar background? People can look in the face and say look. I don't have the same problems you have but I have problems. I've struggled Ben where you've been. I've served the way that you've served. I've experienced the things that you've experienced and I don't have it all figured out but I'm a few steps ahead of you and I want to bring you with me. You See. That's the way forward. It's those who have been there looking all able to those who are struggling and saying there is hope what you're standing in right now. It's a mess but beyond your mess. There's hope and I want to help you. You get there what we're asking you to do tonight is to look at the resources that has been placed in your hands hance and look this area not everyone is created equal. I know that but I also know that in a room like this a goal goal of million dollars to get four hundred people through a program where they can renew their hope and renew their purpose renew their direction and put their families back together and and get on the path that God has for them. What I do know? Is that in a room like this. The resources exist to make that happen. The question you should be asking yourself is this is the mighty oaks foundation a worthwhile investment with the resources that have been given to me. I'll tell you this when I looked at the mighty oaks foundation a long time ago. You know what I concluded my wife and I concluded this is a worthwhile place place for us to invest whatever resources God has given to us. No one is asking anyone in this room to do something that they have not already done. And there are people waiting. There are people in need you cross country people are saying. We love our veterans. We want to support our veterans veterans. The question is where can we support. Who can we trust? And what can we do. We're not perfect. We don't get it right all of the time this year. Seven hundred forty nine. You heard Chad next year. Eight hundred eight hundred fifty folks across the country. Those who have served US coming the home to a community of folks that believe in the hope that exists willing to resource it for them guys. That's all we're asking you to do tonight tonight and I can stand up all night long. And you've heard a lot of things said but I want to share a story with you through a friend of Mine Robert. Kale is GonNa come and tell his story. Robert is the aftercare manager for the Mighty Oaks Foundation and Robert Story didn't begin serving veterans through mighty. Oaks it began long before that retired. Marine Gunnery Sergeant served as a combat engineer. Would she'll tell you it was pretty important. Not a big deal. But that's what he'll tell you joke right there. But he's a dear friend who loves the mission and is on mission with us. Would you join me in welcoming Robert q the I was gonna come up here and tell the joke about how cool marines are and stuff. But I'll just leave it at that because sometimes the truth is just the truth right so like Jeremy said my name's Robert and I wasn't marine. I served for twenty one years. I did seven combat. Deployments I'm married. I have four kids and people always ask me sometimes. Like why do you keep telling your story. Why do you relive those painful events and re exposure? Are you vulnerable. Always telling for two reasons because I want more more than anything to glorify God in for what he's done in my life because I don't stand here right now unless God is real and so I'm here so I'm telling you right now that God is real and he gets all the glory for what he's done in my life and I tell my story for the second reason go ahead the story for a second reason and that is because somebody in this room somebody who watches it later on the Internet. The guys that I talked to were at sessions Russians. Even my own children can understand that there is no problem big enough that God can't take care of and it's okay to have a problem that you need to take care era and it's okay to ask for help and it's okay to need help so I wanna start this out by telling you guys two words and those words are broken and crazy and explain it later later on but just try to remember. Broken Crazy Marines. There's crowns under the table right down on the NAPKIN. You'll be alright so my story starts when I was nine and my parents got divorced and I know that sounds crazy. It's like everybody's parents guide to worship and for me as a kid. That's when I really realized that my life was broken at that moment right and and throughout that whole process you know my mom. She went and did what she needed to do. My Dad was raised. Three kids still active duty in the navy and it just wasn't it wasn't happening he he's still trying to do the active duty thing. Deploying and trying to wrangle three kids and me and my brother are crazy and we were just out of control a little kids because that's what we do right and so I was taken to a boys boys home right for kids. Who Don't listen to their parents right? And so I stayed there for ninety days and then when I came back after that first time I told myself and I'm never going back again. That was that was insane. I can't do that well little did I know I went again and this time when I got picked up to go home I didn't get picked up. My parents got picked up by foster parents. Then when I got taken onto the foster home that's where my life just completely broke in fell apart. I was physically abused from the time I was nine until I was sixteen. That was me and my brother and my sister and so you know I wish it was just like what what kids today think abuses is like when your parents spank you know. And you're like no no that they used to on a no of as a matter of fact you could go to your friend's house get spanked by his mom. She would call your mom on your way home and then they spent you get when you get there and I was like I was normal practice but unfortunately my brother my sister tonight endured physical abuse beyond that. I can remember several times being beaten by my foster mother and to the point of passing out and waking back and still being beaten that can remember taking them taking a toothbrush and rubbing it and lava soap and brushing our teeth with it so that the grit would break open art gums and then rinse off the toothbrush and put hot sauce on it. And then we'll brush our teeth with the hot sauce so they would get in there and record mouse. I can remember not eating. I remember being forced to eat the same meal for six days in a row. Because I didn't finish it on that six days prior and that was that was normal practice in our house. So I just I say that because for me that's where trauma started experiencing combat too but trump started for me when I was a child and so it was it was it was unfathomable for us as kids to think about that. Remember me and my brother used to talk about like. Oh how can we. How can we help our sister because she was four years younger than me and two years younger than my brother and we couldn't figure it out and I remember how guilty we would feel and how much we would cry? And just didn't we didn't have a relationship with God and we didn't. We didn't know how to cry out to him And everything that we had learned about God it up into that point was whatever we were told by right by our foster parents and it wasn't what I know now to be as the truth. I saw my first body when I was thirteen years old in our neighborhood so that was. I didn't know how to unpack that either because I'm going to this other thing at home and I see that and I'm just like well I guess that's just normal. That's that's life that's how it happens. I started drinking alcohol when I was fourteen to cope with everything. And that was. That was a thing that was regular my life up until about four years ago so I joined the Marine Corps. Everybody's got a cool story about while I was Gonna go join the airforce and then I was going to join the army and then I was going to go join the navy. I don't have that story because I already knew what was best already. Knew what was right so I joined the Marine Corps. BOOT camp was awesome. I made it through and it was awesome because I was really used to following rules because I knew what the consequences of not following rules were so I loved bootcamp. I thrived in it not that it wasn't hard because it was physically and mentally but I just I appreciated aided rules and I and I understood those boundaries and I kind of did really well checked into my unit after combat engineer training deal guys all sign autographs afterward. Just because I'm an engineer sneer. Only and so I made it through all that once in my unit and I quickly learned like you can have scored away uniform and listen in and train hard and drink you. You'd be a success in the ring and I was like you know what I'm doing all those things. Let's do this. You know I was young. I know that I don't look like that right now. Because I'm not Asia Asia. I'm not in shape right. I'm shape so you know the whole time on the Marine Corps. I started hanging on my friends. I start to learn like man this. This is the family I never had. You know. This is the Brotherhood this is the this is the life is pre war. And so I put my whole life into the Marine Corps. And I WANNA Kinda to show you why when I say that it's important because I was married at the time My four year Morgan. The rink where I was married with three children I'm twenty two years old married and three children right and so I wasn't a good dad and I wasn't a good husband at all and the reason why because I put the Marine Corps and the Marines I my Drinking second and anything and everything else that I could put in between me and my family to make it so I wouldn't have to do those things because I didn't know how it it was uncomfortable and it was just one of those those things I couldn't figure out right and so I put it down and just keep pushing doing something that I was good at so I would feel satisfied in life so I came home from a field up when I was stationed. Okinawa and my wife at the time told me you know it's not working. You're not communicating. You're not doing what you're supposed to be doing. I'm out and she took the three kids and rightfully so ladies and gentlemen. I want you to know that right now rightfully so because I was not a good husband and I was not the father and you think that would have woke me up but it didn't. I saw other things to help me work myself through that. And that was booze and hanging out with my buddies and then came time for deployments and then as I started to deploy. Obviously you see and you do things while you're deployed and I was pushing more down in more down so I started to notice I was like in. I shouldn't have this much stuff in my pack because I've only been deployed twice at this point but I had stuff from my childhood. I had stuff from some of the other things that I've been through and the key. I was just pushing it all down after I left Okinawa. On a couple of deployments I was over the house in the most traumatic event of my life. Still to this day happened Buddy's house and we were drinking and him and his wifa gotten this big old fight and he told me. Everything's GonNa be all right. Just go to bed and wake up in the morning. We'll eat dinner and everything will be fine and I was taking a shower and I heard I heard his wife screaming and so I was like Oh man. What if they're getting physical start jumped out of the shower ran outside when I run outside they had a sliding glass door door and I saw her standing in it and so when I turned around the corner and I came outside? My friend was sitting on a bench with a gun to his head before I could get yours at my mouth. You pull the trigger and shot himself in front on and his wife. There was super real thing I've ever seen in my life. You hear people talk about that and you hear people say they want to do it or you hear people talk about how how marine who who took his life to see that up close and personal that rocked my world. I it's where I I tell people. That's the light switch went out. Had No motion left whatsoever. Whoever I was completely numb so I pushed myself? More and more deployments. I was remarried at the time short. I'm sorry shortly after that suicide. I got remarried married and had another child from two thousand. She was born in two thousand seven from two thousand seven until two thousand fourteen. I was deployed every year. Except for two thousand eight. I just kept pushing myself into into the Marine Corps and I just kept giving myself to them because they were the only thing that mattered to me and they were the only thing I was comfortable With and to be honest with you ladies and gentlemen it made more sense when I was overseas and it did when I was at home trying to deal with family kids and all the things that happened over over there and then you know trying to visit with families of the Fallen Marines that we lost while we're deployed. It just got too much. I wanted to be away from it in two thousand eleven while I was deployed My best friend. Jason Rogers was killed in Afghanistan by an ID. And I wasn't in his unit unit at the time I was in another unit and I had gotten a phone call from a friend while we're while we're still deployed over there and I remember at the time just being blown away by not even being able to fathom that that that was real even though I knew it was real and because this guy and I were so close and I just I just pushed pushed it down and I don't know how I push it down. Sometimes I WANNA think about it right now I think about like how how do you. How can you push this stuff down so far? And so far I pushed it down and I pushed you that deployment and it wasn't until six or seven months after his death that I finally was able to show some sort of emotion for that and it's just the toll that it took and you know I'm telling you the toll it took on me and I'm saying that out loud in my head. I'm thinking about his mom and his wife and his grandmother other people that I've met through this through this tragedy and imagine that the toilet it's taken on them. After his death. I was filled with a lot of hate and anger. And just even more guilt and shame over everything that I'd done and I deployed again and when it came home and then I deployed one more time and on my last appointment in two thousand thirteen on November twenty six. I was injured by an idea. And I was taken off the battlefield and at that point even before that deployment I was probably what I thought. If he's back then what was the lowest point in my life and now I got hurt and through that trying to recover to get back to my platoon. While we're still want Aghanistan. I also found out that my wife that I was married to at the time that her and I would not let me together when I got home that our marriage was over. She was leaving and going and doing what she needed to do to take care of our child. Because I wasn't home because I didn't show her the things that a husband needs to show his wife life. And so you know things are getting heavy. I'm starting to think about man. It's getting close to me. You know retired from the Marine Corps. And I don't have my life together. I don't know what I'm GonNa do now. I'm injured. Is it gonNA come quicker. What's going to happen and I just started the weight of every decision that I had ever made in my life? Bad bad ones was really upon me. I used to sit in my can And contemplate suicide with my service pistol and press it underneath my Chan. Dan Press it against my forehead. Put it in my mouth and I would just rotate through those three positions for what seemed like for hours and hours on end. But let's not lie. You don't don't have hours and hours of end of time in Afghanistan you just and so I don't know I would just do that. And just think about it and think about it and then I wrote remember seeing my friend. Take his life and I didn't want my Marines Green Safai me like that and I didn't want my kids to know that I went out like that and it just so I just decided you know I'll try to die on the battlefield then and then that way. It'll look honorable. Obviously I'm here right so that didn't happen. Got had a bigger plan and so just coming home from that deployment and not having the purpose and not knowing what was going to happen. I was drinking a lot more at that. You know my kids are so angry at me. They're you know they barely WanNa talk to me to the point where you know. They've even verbally stated we hate. You hate who you are right now and you're so angry you're you drink too much you. You're constantly focused just on the wrong things. Are you ever GonNa folks ever GONNA put US I. I was drinking during working hours at this time. I was doing things that I shouldn't have done as a marine so even the thing that I was good that I was putting all my time and effort into was starting to fall apart because I couldn't I couldn't maintain control anymore. Luckily for me I had From a command that cared about me and I went to Warrior Battalion as active duty Marine. I went there started. Taking care of business started getting fixed up started getting worked on and I found it weird that I was a gunnery sergeant in the Marine Corps and I was only focused on myself. I didn't have anybody to take care of when I showed up. I was like where's my platoon tune. They're like ha ha. Yeah right okay. Where's my company? Then I just love being accompanying on and give me a company like Noha. Here's your appointments slip. Here's your barracks room key. Go sitting there go to your appointments and when you're done come to formation at check in with us and then we'll let you go home for the day so I was just like Whoa. So you start going to these appointments. And what happens. They give you a bagful of pills and a couple of funny enough I got a quilt right. And that's that's what I did and so when I was there for a few months you know I I started hearing about this program folks and this this big hardcore for sergeant was telling me about it and I was just like okay. Yeah sure Talgo and then I found out it was faith-based and I was like Whoa so then I just I was like Oh yeah I'll go go anyways and then I didn't go now signed up again and I didn't go every session. Just you guys know that there are guys who who who back out like I did because it's scary to go face what was going on in your life. It's scary to unpack all of that stuff and face it and dig through it and and try to get help for something that as stupid as it sounds. I really thought I. I was the only one struggling with this because I thought I was weak and broken. I thought I was crazy. I thought it was out of my mind because I thought Marines didn't go through stuff like that. I didn't think sailors airmen. Whoever it doesn't no matter I didn't think that they went through that? Because we're just tough. We're just trying to do something better. We're trying to go to war thing and then come back. And so in September number two thousand fifteen I went to mighty oaks and I started to notice that from the first day that something was different because Christians are cool people people and the reason why I say that is because I showed up. There intoxicated hoping that they would send me home. Christians are nice. Are they not right. So that didn't work. Matter of fact I think mighty oaks even embraced me more because I showed up there that way. He's trying to show me something and what they were trying to show me the love of Christ I am so I show up there drunk. You know we. I wake up the next morning sobered up and ready to go. We start hearing guises stories. We start getting classes. Can we just start hearing everybody speak. And I'm just blown away and I'm like wait a minute you and you and you and you had childhood trauma and you and you and you have the loss so friends and you and you and you had friends that kill themselves all these things that I was going through we all had a similar story. That looked a little bit different and as I was going through the week I got to this point where I was just like need something different because in my mind I knew what my plan plan was when I left that place. If it didn't work it was the last program I would ever attend because when I went home I was gonna take my life because I was just tired of being tired I was broken. I didn't think I could ever be put back together again on Wednesday night. Just remember. Jeremy was teaching a class and I remember just his guys been through a lot. I would give everything the thing I had for ten seconds of the piece that man has in his life right now because I could see it exuded from him and the other staff members that were there in the joke. As soon as I say that Right Jeremy Start Sharing the gospel. And I'm telling you right now ladies and gentlemen. I don't know how you how you believe and and I'll on Chattan chance team. I don't care I'm here to tell you right now. What happened that night was supernatural and I could not have? I said no to Jesus if I would tried and I surrendered my life to price that night. Jeremy explained that to me that the life that I have been living ving didn't have to be that way and that the things that happened to me when I was a kid didn't have to dictate how the rest of my life was going to play out the things that I've seen in combat didn't have to dictate the way my life was going to play out the way that the bad choices that I made in the people that I hurt and the people that I pushed away. That wasn't the end. I turn the page and I could start a new chapter in my life and if I did it with Christ it would be different than the first half of the book and so. That's I dedicated myself to do and just pour myself into him into learning. Exactly what Christ wanted me to learn. So I went home that program. I went home sober for five days straight which was the longest I had gone and I can't even remember when up into that point I went home with a plan to fight for my kids and I and I and this is how I work that plan out I worked at planned. Put myself in a community with the men that I went through that program with by get myself plugged into a church so that could be equipped to do the things that I needed to do. As a man of God and through lots of prayer and just bumps and bruises along the way and. We haven't conversation with God crying out to Tom that I didn't know how to do it. Please help me please show me and then use them on new favorite weapon the Bible I I just read it and poured myself into it and let it let it just super naturally heal me and let God speak to me through. The word is. Show me Robert. This is how you live your life. This is how you're a good father and this is how you're a good husband so back to things in closing. I introduced you to myself tonight as I used to be a marine. And that's the truth. I used to Marie and you can say once a marine always a marine and I'm glad for those people that want to say that that's not me. My identity will no longer ever be that. I'm a marine. I wasn't marinas a job I did and I loved that job and I love the men that I served with and I'm proud of everything that I did was there but I am not marine because my identity isn't based off of who I am or who I was where I served or what job I did in the marine core even though that puts me above other people but it doesn't. It's not who I am. Who I am is a son of God who am an adopted son of God in? That's that's what I want to be known as now I don't want to be. I don't even want to be known as the after CARE Manager Mighty O.. As much as I love this job and I love this organization because I'm just I'm just child of God I'm just just a man who loves God and his thankful for what Christ did on that cross and made it possible so that I could be here tonight to share that with you and to share that with somebody who needs to hear it because there is. There's somebody somebody that needs to hear that. And that's why we tell our testimonies so the two words right now was broken. Broken crazy right so I was broken. I was very broken again but I needed to be broken because I needed to realize I needed to save your and that broken issues. What made me realize I needed that? Savior and I am crazy and I sometimes am crazy and I was crazy back in the day because I thought I could do it without Christ. I thought I could do it all by myself. I thought I could fix everything that I'd done. I could fix everything. Ah Been Done to me. But that's false. That is a false statement is I need Jesus. And now have him and he's helped me and he's put me right here here and I didn't get here by myself and I hope it's okay just to take two to minutes to think some people's I look out in the crowd. I see some faces that are familiar to me I see. Kevin Schroeder a guy that I look up to a lot. He's been part of this program. I love him and he's helped me a lot. He's been there and walked me through a lot of things and I'm a difficult individual. Anybody will tell you. I'm very difficult. Sometimes and Kevin just walks beside me all the time and I love him for it and very charge going to thank you for praying Bertie because your husband is awesome brandon. And Jeremy I love you guys so much and I appreciate all the the faith and confidence that you guys put in me and you push me that you lead me in that you just mentor me and put lots of hours on the phone with me and I really really I appreciate it Louis. Thank you for the. I don't know ten fifteen twenty phone calls. We have a week at forty five minutes a piece. Sometimes because you just let me verbally process and you you're you're there to point me back to Christ and you're there to me back to the word and you're there to love on me and just walk out life with me and my brother and I really appreciate that and Kathy. Thank you for getting on your knees and taking that problem to God. Because he's the only one that could solve it and now this is where we're at and chat. Thank you for not getting disciple by Steve and just walking away fixed thinking that you found the cancer to shoe or the cure to your cancer. And you're good and you're just going to live your life you reach back and you grabbed and now you're impacting legacies. You'd impact my legacy. Because now I'm able to speak Christ and my children children and I appreciate that as invaluable and I can never ever repay you for that except for. I'm here until the day I die and last but not least I just WanNa think my wife who is God's gift to me because I didn't think I would ever get married after two failed marriages and and just not being that kind of a person right and God has showed me how to be a good husband. If I am even a good husband right but I have I have an awesome wife. She's the most Godly woman I know on the planet. She's beautiful for in and out and she is courageous because from the moment we started dating. I've been very honest with her and told her about my past and she didn't run away because she knows that we serve in love. God God is bigger than anything and bigger pass and she didn't have to be afraid of it. I just want to end with with Bible verse guys and again you know. I don't apologize in flipping chapter three verse seven through eleven it says but whatever gain I Had counted as loss for the sake of Christ indeed accounted everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing. Christ Jesus my Lord for his sake have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish in order that I might gain Christ and be found in him not having a righteousness of my own that comes from the law but that which comes through to faith in Christ the righteousness from God. That depends on faith that I may know him and the power of his resurrection and may share his sufferings becoming coming like him in his death that by any means possible. I may attain to the resurrection from the dead ladies. And Gentlemen everything I've been through in my life I go through it all again and I echo. What Paul says it so that I can have crisis crisis so that I can live for him and ladies and gentlemen? I want you to know right. Now that God uses mighty oaks to help men like myself and there's three thousand ninety others that they've helped impacting families and their lives and their legacies attorneys and it starts with with God first and foremost and then he uses mighty hopes in those men there to change and help men see their need for savior and then it goes down to the donors owners right. It goes to the donors and what you give is used in what you give brings hope and healing to men like myself and men like those other. Three thousand ninety sergeants. Encourage you to give in to to to know that that it's working thing and that everything that you're doing is is is in God's hands and win when we're letting God be in control like Chad said we can't lose. Liz Thank you. You're watching on Youtube and you have not yet subscribed subscribe I consonant comes on here not show of law stuff and put on here. It would love for you to participate that hit the notification bell that lets you know new content think also line and that would be great for you keep track of that show of course comes on and Friday morning at ten Pacific Time. We'll get a lot of stuff going on around that that you're listening on Mojo or the podcast or some other place. Go ahead make your way over to you too and check that out as well or thankful for our partners from I guess somebody a great folks partnering with US Thankful for them but I encourages step over you. Choose well check that out. Thanks for with us. 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Ep 17 | Don't New York My Texas

The Chad Prather Show

1:01:28 hr | 2 years ago

Ep 17 | Don't New York My Texas

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to the Monday. March eleventh episode of the Chad Prager show here at studio twenty two we're hanging out. And having a good time. We're gonna bring you oh hot topics from the weekend and news having over the last couple of days. And I think you're going to be in a situation for the for for the rest of the remainder of the Chad Prater show from now until Jesus comes back. We're going to have fun on Mondays talking about the crazy stuff. That's going on in the world today. Some of his fund some of it's tragic some of it, you just don't believe. It's just too much to be true. I have city in the studio with me. Of course, we got puppet. Master Mark directing over there. Again, she's over there high. She's over there in the puppets seat over there. And we still got to come up with the nickname for her. She big things are going to happen with her around. Trust me. We got metro Jason in hotseat hot seat sitting over here. Look at him look at him smooth. So so I'm not sure if I'm okay with the title, Jason, sure. Honestly that I'm okay with that. I think we can do far better with your nickname. We'll take it. In the meantime, apparently, people know me as that. Now. I that's the thing which had Prater speaks. It's etched in stone. It's like the ten commandments on the tablet. You just don't you can't really autocorrect. It's going down in history. Yeah. So that's might have to make a mid course adjustment. I think it was going to have to happen is you're going to have to do something. So monumentally crazy that by default. Your nickname is going to have to change sounds like a challenge, I'm willing. Out stepping up to the plate down for it. I missed you this weekend. We were we were in. I had a show in Missouri in Springfield, Missouri. Great show. Great crowd. That's Moreno was with me. He opened show tremendous crowd over there. And it was exciting. And we had an adventure getting there because they were fifty sixty mile an hour, winds, Springfield. I was having to come out came via Montana. North dakota. Denver flight was delayed. Party foul. Steve sitting over there in the peanut gallery. He was sitting on the tarmac for hours on never made it tries there. He had all my merchant and everything to bring. They loaded us on the plane took off the plane. Let us back on the plane back off the plane. It was fast go. Yeah. So as an on an on again off again relationship. Yes, literally literally in, but I missed you, buddy. But I gotta give props to party fell because even from that distance even from that distance. He he advanced the show took care of every detail. He was on the phone all day. Long in the in the GM. Jeff steel there at the at the gallows theater in Missouri, Springfield, Missouri. He's like dude that guy earns keep man he was on the phone hall long. He was worried about only cost me fifty bucks. For him to say that. But now they were you did a good job pre shaped that we have. And I love this especially for the money segments. But we got hot news Natalie. Our favorite former Dallas Cowboys cherry, okay with that title, at least for now at least at least for now. So Natalie Natalie, you are the Robin to my Howard. Okay. Those who know just no. But you're episode when you're in the hot seat from last week we were talking about your careers. Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. It is now at one hundred eighteen thousand views on Facebook. I know like cheese. Look at you. I think we won we won over the male demographic that one episode. We did it. I think women appreciate it to you know, it was funny because we talked about like body issues and things, of course, we made some fun to Bucci Sean went there talking about big girls line dance. And he did in we've missing buji Sean today. Buji, of course, is the only black man, we know with white privilege, but he'll be back with us later. But he's not with he's got a real job taking care of the humor me show on TV. Which of course, my show what you need to get by subscribing to place de dot com slash. But anyway, I we had several people who hit that point in the episode and said, that's it. You're fat shaming. We're out. We were like, well, you know, fat you should be ashamed. We kid we kid we love every inch of you. Add more the listen, I'm not getting in the uniform myself anymore. I don't they take that uniform away from me for a reason. Probably please. No way would there'd be some Muffin top probably. So I should have a like a BT I like muffins. Alternate. Yeah. What I was. I'm saying we can we can I'm sure you can borrow when we try to see. Yeah. I'm sure they've I'm I'm sure you have seniors. You have your your thinker idea. Man. I like that. You did see Joseph. You didn't see Joseph who's six four to fifty. Talking about ideas, man. Look, hey of Justice idea Joe's, I had asked. His permission can your wife co host. You know out with he was like out. Her out of the house. Come on. I know y'all act like you're in love. Cute y'all still have the charade going. It's funny. Nobody we got into body. She's we talked about healthy body issues. It was an honest conversation about we talked about the fact that not everybody is, you know, one hundred fifteen pounds and most, you know, when cheered cheered at one hundred and forty pounds, and that was a healthy weight for me as a matter of fact the year before when I tried out, and I was cut I was one hundred and thirty one pounds, and when I came back the next year, and I made it I remember Kelly saying you look better this year. So it is not about being it has nothing to do with the scale. It was just about being fit and healthy. Being able to do what you gotta do. And you told me we were out in Vegas. You told me that you could still do all the dances. You can still do that. I think you said kicks. It's all about can't still can't clear these chairs outta here. Kick. I I can't. So anyway, let's get right into it. Because there's there's a lot that happened over the weekend in in a lot going on. Besides just, you know are fantastic shows on the road and all that and Steve not being able to get into the airport. I think you have performance issues. Steve I didn't miss out on the whiskey proceeded to drink my mother, by the way, now just fill everybody. In embarrassed. My mother I'm gonna get my mother in the hot she'd see we're going to get her out here to Dallas get her over there. She doesn't want to do it. And she refused to do it. But I don't care if we got a tire up and bring let's see. Come on, Gloria. No, my mother. She's like I enjoyed the episode with Natalie. I just don't like it when you boys get party time with the winter we ever. Winter we ever we ever get an earners time on the show. It's a boy's club. After that to too much talking about body issues and butter. This isn't a man show. Lord, we have fun fun unless they're women dancing. My mother's. I was telling you early. I think my mother gets nervous. She sees starting to have a good time in laughing and pushing the envelope, but she's like, well, they have the potential to go there. And it scares me. So I love you. Mom. I love you. Mom, we're gonna get you into part-time when they fix you a Maga Rita as she would say, Georgia Maga Rita. I like it. Yeah. Ours. We're going to do that. We're gonna make some Maga Magherita Rita. Hats Rita Rita. Hats this Macarena Ville this? That's. Way of saying this mega country. They heard it here. First right here. Maga- can't steal an Rita Ville. There you go. We're going to get rid maga-. And you know, what any like you'd never get attacked or harassed Magherita Ville because anybody that drinks Magherita there too laid back to attack you a harassers chill. Yeah. On the beach. All hanging out. Hey, I got some here in the wall. Tell him an idea. I like to have cocktails by the wall in my Magherita. I love Mondays Natalie hot news, Natalie. What is what is what is what is the top? What do you think the top story from the weekend? There. You know? There was a lot of breaking news. And I think this'll be a fun place because I think people are so sick of the news in general, this'll be a fun way for people to get updated. Without having to listen to the you know to the news what a fun escape, and then they can sound somewhat educated when they're at the bar, and they can find out not only news trivial things. They don't have to just hear nonstop Trump news because if you get on the news, that's all you hear about anymore. Four seven I won't start with Trump. How about that gonna do story? What do you got? What happens we can? Our Kelly are. I know. The kids. Right. So he's plain paint job. I've never been to the Bank before. Can you imagine? It was uncomfortable. Can you imagine being in gale kinks shoes? And I mean, she's eating it up. Right. She's just being she's got her. Ask Robin Roberts. No. That was Robin. Roberts was Jesse smells sorry. Yeah. R Kelly's Gayle king. Like, she. She just put Oprah steroids just made cry jump around. And then they got he's sitting in patting him off with the makeup and powder and stuff drowning backup. Bank of America. I had to see what my money was. It was great. But he where they're gonna put him under the jail. Well, there's this new video the sex tape that is surfaced apparently allegedly from this guy who is now being, you know, backed by Gloria Allred that he found this in his library and happen to look at it. And it's it is our Kelly engaging in sexual activity with underage girls, supposedly. We've referred to this before because you take back you could back to the Brett Cavanaugh here. You know, if somebody has this pattern the pattern is there. It tends to keep resurfacing a person has a a lifestyle habit, or whatever it just keeps coming up brick Cavanaugh v-, you know, everybody's trying to cues him being, you know, mass rapist and taking advantage of women and dry. It would just not there. But with the Michael Jackson thing, it just keeps resurfacing with the Bill Cosby thing just kept resurfacing with R Kelly. We talked about this for fifteen years now. And it just keeps resurfacing so you start to see those patterns that are there, and it's not looking good for a Robert. Well, the the guys mistake was recording half of his his his his pursuits. There that's called hard evidence. And don't keep your sex tapes in the library. Better place. Well, yeah, I mean with words of wisdom from party party. Got it all mapped out, my will die. There's going to be a safe here. But make sure you burn. Reading Byron the whole house down. Don't even look back. Which brings us to our sponsor liberty safe. Hint hint, libertysafe. No, I I don't know. Maybe you just don't you? Just don't keep there's some things you just don't wanna keep for posterity. Yeah. You know, sick man. I mean with what he was doing already, and then just feeling like he had to record it all and keep it for later viewing. I guess or I mean, these jokes they go back to jokes that Dave Chapelle was making on he back, you know, many moons ago. So it's there I mean, you can look you're there. I mean, you're there. I mean Jared from subway it's there you doing this stuff. So, you know, our friend Kaya Jones who was a pussycat doll. They were they were they were found by our Kelly, and he was there produced that. Yeah. So, you know, says over and over again, she's like because you know, they had Nicole shares the head Carmen Electra and the other girls and is a good friend of ours. And she says he never did anything towards me. She said, but I could actually sing. And so that was kind of his MO is he was finding these girls who maybe didn't have as much talent and promising them things if they were willing to he prayed on on that a little bit because I mean, they found kind when she was a young teenager. And I think he prayed on the talentless little low self esteem. Yeah. Harvey Weinstein thing it is. It's like, okay. But their parents went along with it too. I mean, if you watch those are Kelly document the documentary. Your surpri. I mean, just like the Michael Jackson documentary. You're so surprised by the parents who let the their child stay with him at the age of anywhere from fourteen fifteen I think is what it was to nineteen. Yeah. My kid's not stay at Neverland. No what I'm saying. Michael jackson. I met kids not going to spend the night with Michael J with any or any other. Yeah. That that isn't like a friend's parents or something, you know, with the friends and family there. So. About friends. That's the that's right there. That's the power of money, the idea of money, and greed and stuff like that. You're willing to you know, sell your kid for but it and see how long they they're getting away with it. I mean, that's one thing. I've always said about Hollywood, though, is that there's this bubble that they're sucking and everybody kind of gives them a free pass who I mean like you said who does who lets her child just stay with an adult who might or might not be accused of you know, you ever get in the backyard just picked up a big rocker, a log or something rolled over. And all the bugs, just go everywhere. I kind of feel like if you really shown a spotlight in places like Hollywood. Oh god. It's if people really knew like you'd never buy another song never watch another movie. It's just disgusting in money. It is out there. But anyway, what else nad Natalie what's going on in the world? Well, since I mistakenly said, Robin Roberts. Let's talk about Jesse poor Jesse small. It. Sixteen felony counts of mouse, indicted. Grandeur gets together. Those of you don't know what a grand jury does. I know we hear these terms that are tossed around grand juries this. This group of people who come in, you know, for day every month, and they look at all these cases. And they like, okay, let's see if something here is actionable. And we need issued indictment to go forward with the prosecution. So they obviously sat down and looked at enough evidence to to say they're sixteen things that needs to be charged here. All felonies. I mean, this is that's this dude. I mean, if you really wanted to get his ass kicked all he had to do was just wear an actual maga- hat in Chicago. Hollywood friends. Yeah. Exactly. He should have gone out there to the set of empire and worn a mega hat on thing. And you know, I'm instead of saying, I'm the gay to pack that I'm gay con. Yay. Beat his black all up and down Hollywood Boulevard, it would've. But anyway, it's it's crazy. I part of me does feel sorry for the guy in a sense that several reasons one your stat starved for attention. I mean, you're potentially as many would see on top of the world. That star for attention that you have to stage an attack at that level to get you know, to get tension to keep a job make more money something like that. And then you know, you had the lady whatever she was Mark. Was it a man woman? I don't know a transvestite. It was something. I don't know. I I can't remember I don't know if there's a woman to be a man or man trying to be one, but they burn their house down with their five. Yeah. Yeah. Say they like their schizophrenic or something. So it's burnt to get attention. And then claim that it was a hate crime dogs in there. That's the left right now, they get a little crazy. What do you call the Trump derangement Trues drawn shattered through it's true. He's still claiming his innocence. I know -pletely innocent, even though there's a check to those two dudes for over three thousand dollars claiming it was for a fitness training read training regimen that he would you know? So he still claiming that I think at some point it's going to switch to t he obviously is suffering from very serious mental issue. He came out and said that he has an untreated drug problem. So there was that. And then, of course, the mental thing will come out, and I started to tweet a few days ago. Started to tweet a joke on Twitter and say, I wonder how is anybody heard how jesse's workout programs going is he making any progress in training and stuff like that? And then also like literally within a few minutes. The statement came out about him getting sixteen felony indictments. Asked too late him. That you gotta believe barmy was pissed. I mean, they got enough stuff to deal with to have to have some eighty not need this black eye. Now, some celebrity to pop out like that trying to get attention and using using them and their man hours, and they're you know, stuff, and they were ticked. So they're throwing the book at him. I hope they make an example out of him. It's ridiculous. Just think about an innocent person. Could he could he would have convicted a innocent person? Yeah. And made them guilty. Yeah. Yeah. Data pulled out to white guys down the street and said he said, yeah. And that's it's that particular part makes me think I have no sympathy for this guy. He would've put people in jail and ruin their well in that regard. It does balance me out as well. Because I I look at it, and I go, well, he could somebody killed it could've it could've started race war hate crime all these things. And and it sets it sets things back a big big deal. So, hey, we'll see what happens. I'm just thankful that they didn't brush it under the rug and say, oh, well, let's go onto the next news cycle because that was potentially happening with some of these other things are Kelly thing it almost getting gulped by the R Kelly thing, which is how media works. You know, we're onto the next and it's like, oh, yeah. So anyway, what else going did? So did y'all hear about the woman in Arizona who decided to get a closer shot of the Jaguar? Oh, yeah. This morning around. So she you know, what they've warned every time do not cross the barrier. But she wanted to get a better selfie. You. Gotta you know, that portrait view, you gotta be close. So she tried to get close to the Jaguar and the Jaguar gave her the selfish. She I wonder if she actually has the selfie emit attack. Because this are got her. It will go viral got she. Yeah. If the Jaguar gutter. Silent Herber, you know, what it's like to be attacked by eighteen Wheeler where you're trying to give a selfie was that what's going on? That's what happened, isn't it? Beautiful deer are the rest of us missing. Do anything for the Graham and anything for that Instagram photo, go viral enough stories over the years of people who've climbed over the fence and with the guerrillas and and things like that. And you know, the kid got drug, and what was what was the real no Harambee Harambee robbing lost his line falling into into into guerrilla pits. Yeah. And then because of the. Because of the. Oh romay. I I saw this on the news the other day, and I'm like the memories of the jungle book came back like that's not bag era. That is not the animated Jaguars songwriting around on mobile. Yeah. Just that was bare necessities that Jaguar will rip out testes. Version. Did you watch? He died from Jaguar. He didn't die. But I got her arm. Pretty good. So Cisco says show you though that wall's work, though, you. There's a reason. Folks there. It is another wall joke. There's just not enough wall jokes in the world. And this is coming from the Hernandez from Hernandez. That's right. We we love our we love our man from Mexico Mexican slash Guatemalan descent. Let's talk about the wall this talk that also. Okay, back Trump with this declaring national -mergency emergency. Which made a little over eight billion available. He needs. He's asking for another eight point six billion something like that. And of course, it's going to go, and they're going to say, the Democrats are going to say, no. And then he's going to say veto. Yeah. Because he's considered this, you know, a necessity. I would love to know metro your stance on the wall, which say that now feel like I do know what I mean. I've been and miss. I it's funny. I. I see. I would love money to go elsewhere. But I I am not opposed to a wall. I mean, if we're going to spend our money on something, I'm okay with it. Protecting our borders protecting our country. So you're saying you have enough of your family here. You don't need anymore. Get in your. Yeah. You don't need anymore at the house. How many Hernandez's do we're all here? Most of us are here. There's more here than there. Are there that you're so I'm I'm okay with it. At this stage in the game. Hernandez is really just a white Anglo-Saxon. Protestant name. We we we're we're out running you'll now. So I I I'm with you. I think you know, we had an episode. What was it last week with our buddy Jason Piccolo, former ice supervisor in a he makes a fair specimen? He says and people got mad watching Jason because, you know, everybody watching this as an expert, but you know, the the ice supervisor knows nothing, and he said look two thousand miles of wall. First of all is is a physical impossibility because of the terrain and things he goes. So you can't do that in that way. He said, but there has to be more gotta be more than just a physical barrier. Although I think physical barrier is important nothing wrong with that, you know, he recommended things like having a port of entry court, and in different things that you gotta have it can't just be the wall. And if you don't believe a wall works. I mean, we you know, we can over and over again, I come on Texas. We'll get onto mcallen, Texas. We'll we'll do a little on the on the scene shot there. Hang out seventy thousand like they were right Adam rounding up just a bit. But there seventy thousand border crossings last month. That's problem at that is an emergency. Yeah. That's an emergency. So, you know, my question is would now that, you know, this is kind of this has been the passion. This is kind of been the staple of who Trump is when Trump is not in office anymore is going to just kinda like ObamaCare. The first thing you get rid of. You know, looking comes into is ObamaCare. The first thing when the democrat 'cause it's cyclical, right? Eventually Democrats going to be an office is he gonna tear that wall down here. The wall down, but I think most walls, they're the walls there. But I think if the wall doesn't get built, and I think that's what the concern is so many Americans look at this thing. And they say we need to get it built now. Because if we don't. It will never get built. Right. Because let's face it at some point time, especially the direction that America's going socially. And politically culturally. We're going to have a very left president eventually unless American really rises up and says, no we gotta get back to our roots in the constitution protecting that we're going to have like I think if if Alexandria Casio Cortez were running for president. If she could I think she was running for president in two thousand twenty I think we would actually have a problem. And I can't believe I'm saying that Mark tape up at master make your magic happen credible. It's it's true. I I don't I think we'd have a problem. I think people would vote for this trick. Oh, I do too. I mean, it's crazy. Oh, yeah. No. I I agree. I think that pendulum just is going to keep swinging further and further I mean, Trump when he first started running I mean that that pendulum was getting Varvara out there. Yeah. And so my people say that I'm wrong. But I mean, it's. I think someone like AFC would totally win. Could. I mean, you're going to go way. Right. Why not go way left? Yeah. And another people who listen to watching this, and they're thinking now, no possible way. But no, that's how crazy it's got that LA bubble. You're talking about when you have all those votes, New York bubble all these major cities that are willing like if it's blue voting for their vote for just and they're moving into the red right now. Yeah. So I mean, you look at Texas. We almost got better. We did Fort Worth for the first time in its history voted blue. Yeah. Which is crazy. Yeah. So it's an interesting thing. But I yeah. Did you say your tweet was last night? She tweeted about the girl scouts, and how being scout really Hilter told her how to change brake fluid, and they recreated the challenger mission AFC. Yeah. How many people in this room? We got we got six people sitting in this room grown adults. Have you ever changed the Blake brake fluid on your vehicle? No, I think it is. Why I've ever change was my blinker fluid. So I would love I recreated the challenger. Yeah. I mean, wait escaped the surly grasp of earth and touched the face God with your girl scout troop, I mean, what what she hurts my head. It's banned dune, and my soul. So. Yeah. I mean, she's. Interesting. I would love I challenge AFC right now to change brake fluid. I wanna see the girls you fry short of a happy meal Chan. But it's it's crazy anyway. And that you see where did you see over the weekend where less I think this is one of the topics that we need to talk about is south by south west. Yes. Yeah. I did. I actually when I was a reporter for the affiliate Austin, I covered south by south west many times. And I've never seen it this political. There were democratic, you know, DEM saying that they're running for president there because they have this captured audience four hundred thousand people there, I don't know could be making that number up somewhere around there too. It's a lot, and they they have they have their eyes in their heirs. And they are they're already starting their campaign. I know that's what made me think of that is was there in posted a picture with Bill Nye the science. And of course, they're talking about climate change. And how you know they got she's doing something about it. And all that tweeted the picture I said so a fake scientists and a fake collumnist walk into a bar. Everybody's he's got patents with NASA and aerospace, and he's an engineer. That is the only degree Bill Nye has is a mechanical engineer, and yes, he's created some things and had patents. But he quit that job twenty five years ago to be a comedian. Fact that has nothing to do with climate change has nothing to do with being a scientist or anything else, they created a character. So that's that again is the world we live. But yeah, I do think it's interesting seeing I'm not surprised that these liberal hopeful presidential hopefuls are in at south by south west, aggressive, social, progressive, socialists. Are it's out by south west doing their political jargon. I turned on the news this weekend. CNN has a they have a they have a spot out there. It's out by south west to interview everybody. But once again, that's Austin. That's the bluest dot in Texas blue is down and south by south west is a music slash film festival which is dominated by liberal progressives. Yeah. So safe space. Exactly it is. They're safe space in and I'm not surprised because having lived and worked in that world ninety eight point nine percent of everyone in there as a liberal progressive there. That's true. I mean, we've I've told you before we've had we've got theaters around the country that we try to go do shows it, and they won't have because in the theater world in the arts world, it's left, and they know we're not they're not as tolerant. They're not as tight on a coexist. I think that it's safe to say at this stage in the game that the left can never again, call themselves tolerant. Oh, no. The co co existing was a joke. It's been a joke from. Well, they're they're great at marketing. Yeah. And that's what someone is always said they've. Liberals are great at taking over words and using words to their advantage. And we all grew up thinking, oh six and seven may break, my bones. But words will never hurt me. But every I mean, we have to use the right pronouns. And or they're gonna get butthurt about everything they probably get offended that I used the word butthurt. Yeah. But when it comes to words, they they take advantage of that. And they twists. They twist our thoughts. To their narrative, maybe climate change. We'll take them out. I. Twelve years apparently. Well, the snowflakes tend to melt I give warm so that does happen. But okay, we just got back from CPAC the conservative political action conference largest gathering of conservative people in annual right there in national harbor, Maryland. That's a political conference. This is a music. This. I mean, this is a music festival south by south west. So they're gonna come in there. Now approve. The fact we should've sent party foul Steve down there to the concerts where maga- hat fell on the prowl. We could have done party found on the prow wearing a Magherita Ville, I'm willing to bet fifty percent of those people there at that thing don't vote or not registered voters. Probably the probably like boozy shown. They don't vote. They are we got one more weekend of it. Uh-huh. We should send Sean now. What would they do? If Sean went walking through wearing a Magherita hat or remember he can't wear hats. He can't win. We could one really big one. We make maybe you would watch the total conflict of ideas happen like, well, he's a black man. Can we beat him? I don't know. They do the videos not not Sean but black guys where where the mega, but those are like the nerdy ones that like the nerdy. The nerdy skinny black guys. They're like, and they and I talk like this high. Two brothers that are like builders twins. Yeah. Twits and see what happens. We gotta get the twins on the show. I I, but like shards like Bucci like, you know, he could man he's laid back. Yeah. They wouldn't know what to do with him. You'd have to get in one of those like old golf visor hats where it got the opening up top. But the the fro, but it would prove the point because you know, you couldn't walk with maga- hat. First of all, I've never had a maga- hat. I don't wanna maga- hat until now like into now that everybody's getting harassed with one. I'm like I'm going to get a maga- hat where you see of Emmer for wood. Because I because I'm like come on with this year, my hat off at the Rosa Cantina spill Margarita throw anything on me. I'm Jack yo ass up. Steve get maga- country. Real quick start touching me back. Chad. We got the cameras rolling though. I know man, we were listening. Yeah. Rolling over taken it. I'll go to jail for assault. What who else was that south by south west? This is gonna shock y'all Beto. Oh, no kidding. Brought award say I'm running for president. But people are kind of razzing him for that. They're like, oh, you're the most transparent politician there is, but you're still holding out on us. Are you going to nounce? Do you think he's going to run? Dushi is a clear liquid hoping. He needs a bigger. All these nut jobs should run. They're gonna start talking crap about each other forty five of them running. Now, Andrew heat and had the best idea for a ROY last week on the news and white matters with surrogate solace. He said he said Beto should do is come out and say I'm gonna throw my full support behind Joe Biden and then try to run as his vice president and he gets elected in eight years. You know, that's that's but some Biden is currently on top. If if you'll by then I hate to say, this is the only respectable person, and he's not a respectable person. But he's the only one is running that. I mean because the rest of them are fruit. Loops joe's. About Michelle Obama, if you're right Michelle Obama, she's the next president of the United States in twenty twenty and I hate to say that. But it's true. And we're starting to see what was it cosmopolitan came out with an article over the weekend said that she has she has a chief rock star status. Well, you know what the rock song? Dude, looks like a lady comes to mind. Now, you're gonna people. Yeah. Well, if iron Mike they have their hate mail, right? Good. I don't care. I think that she would win in twenty twenty scary to think about, but you know, the thing about being a rockstar. They tend to. Do things detrimental to their own life and burn out blaze out. Hopefully, she's that type rockstar and just can move out into obscurity. I don't know they've been living in that political rocks around for a while she might be disa- custom to it and nothing can touch. So I think that Barry Obama ran for president not to be first of all he was a product of David Geffen, if you know, David Geffen is of course, he's you know, billionaire that you know, all the. All the major music and many movies and stuff like that. A lot of entertainment is all come through. David Geffen, David Geffen created Barack Obama and through all the money behind him. And you can go back and read the history all of that stuff. So he was he was his candidate. That was created Obama wanted to be a celebrity bottom line. That's why spend his time hobnobbing with with, you know, Jay z and beyond say Shaquir, and Tom Hanks, and George Clooney, and you just name it this list right on and now they're executive producers with net flicks. They want to be celebrities. You know that you see grooving at the concert and stuff making the sane. And he's nice doing these little public appearances, we speak, and he found dog about you know, you're not a real man if you've got take tractor. Oh neat. An eight pound giant. You know, he's doing all the doing sound bites that are out there. And it's it's you know, he had he had his White House there to have post parties with all his Bali would actor friends. And so now, you have Ilian Omar who is we should talk about her because nobody's condemning her antisemitic remarks, but she even came out over the the end of last week and said that Obama was a fraud. So what we're learning about someone like Ilian, Omar is who's obviously assure Lia law believing Muslim in congress, which is diametrically opposed to the constitution of the United States. She's not just anti right? She's anti-american. Yeah. Because she's calling out the messiah Obama. It to call him a fraud. You know, he's just a pretty face fraud is what she called them. So we problematic times there's a little turmoil within their party there. Yeah. Did you see we're Janine Pirro? We could take the rabbit hole here named Piero. Fox News judge Janine, she comes out, and she she got in trouble. I guess you call it. Trouble criticized for saying, we want to understand why she's wearing the, you know, why she wearing the thing on her head because that is an adherence to sharia law. That's a religious expression. She's a congresswoman the United States, and everybody's how you can't pick on her for her religion and wearing the he's like, yes, I can because if she's a sharia law believer that's in antithesis with the US constitution. What do you think on that stuff? You guys y'all got an opinion on that, Omar. I was just in Minneapolis, Minnesota where you know, which has the greatest population of Somali refugees, which is where she was elected from. You know, in you bring you bring in, you know, busloads of refugees in and put him in there with a certain belief in world, system course, she's gonna make antisemitic remarks, she's Muslim and she's representing her community her Herkus say, yeah. Or community. So it's looks like we got us are building other wall somewhere. Well, then. So, you know, they come out, and, you know, here's the here's the party the Democratic Party. They come out with this statement last week, and they didn't just say we don't like antisemitic remarks, but they brought it out to say we don't like anti Muslim remarks. We don't you know, it's not we can't as congress. We can't make these comments that are anti this anti that. And they didn't call her out by name and put her on the hot seat, and basically reprimand her and there were others who were saying things like Nancy Pelosi. Well, you know, she chose her words wrong. And then there was the other the other Jewish Congress lady who said, well, she apologized to me personally because I'm Jewish. She said that she just didn't understand what she was saying. Okay. Look, if your congressperson you gotta take responsibility for the words, you're say that right? There is proof of why we need to really solidify this immigration thing. Because if we have people coming in here by the busloads, and they're going to run for office and get elected yet because they're not. They don't know what they're saying that right. There is proof that we've got to have this security is problematic. There was. So I was saying there's a congressman that had policies for yelling out liar. Obama during the state of the union, I think she can muster up the courage to say sorry and explain why she said what she said. But she keeps saying more every time she opens her mouth, and that's the thing because that is her world view that is the paradigm of how genetic nowadays. Well, now, thanks so here the party of of racism the party that has called everyone on the right racist. Everyone on the right? You're racist. You're racist. Goto phrase now is refusing to condemn racism right to come out and call it by name and say, this anti-semitism, we condemn it that we condemn this. Specific example, this is this is the problem. That's that right there across the board approves the hypocrisy of the left. But I what I love is just the name of Trump at least. Has shown the true form of a lot of these of these Democrats. Yeah. I mean talk about people who are finally speaking up about how they're totally okay. With. Late term aboard a term Boertien or post birth abortion. And now talking about, you know, just being antisemitic and so on and so on. I know that's a. It's telling it's telling in thank God for Donald Trump in that regard because he has exposed it. And like, I I've always said, I'm not I'm not driving that Trump train or anything. But I do love seeing that just by the sound of his name. They're going crazing. Jason you can't relate to this. But I'm sure you've been an argument with girlfriend at some point time, but in marriage, sometimes you get into a fight. And in that moment that passionate moment, you I've learned that women don't usually get they get they get both, hysterical and historical. It said. Get crazy in the truth comes out what they really think about you. And then they start calling out things from five years ago. They get historical about the things that you did. Then that. Yeah. You know, we didn't pull the shit out of that tree. What even they mother into? Yeah. Mother are. Forget it. In becomes deranged thing things are said that can't be unsaid. That's what we're seeing America this marriage. That's going on of diametrically differing opposing views. And it's gotten so hysterical and now historical because AOL see comes out at this press conference the other day, and she's calling Ronald Reagan array Cest in always, and I'm like good sweet, Lord, what is going on? Well thing is it's not just these people. You're talking about aren't just the keyboard warriors or not just the people on social media saying on the stuff. No, they're empower. Now. Some they're in charge. They've got they've got congress men and women in front of their name, the congress to leave who told our buddy CJ Pearson who's going to be on the show. You know, here's CJ who's an African American kids sixteen seventeen years old. He's from my hometown, Augusta, Georgia and. He smart super smart kid, and she he said back at state of the union. He tweeted about the lady next to AFC was trying to get away from it. 'cause AFC went shut up talking during the state of the union thing. And she said, well, my name is, you know, I have a name that was to leave who tweeted him back and said, and you need to fear us. Why why do I need to fear? Your congressperson representing the United States of America Wh-why. Should I fear you then that's why we need the second amendment? Right. They're gonna tell me I need to fear NAOC's over here witting or no talking about how we're in charge where two balls. How about the boss about about that? How about that? Yeah. Truth is look and now Hawaii wants to repeal the second amendment. They put forth a resolution that says not only and if we can't get repealed. And they've they've sent it to Nancy Pelosi. They've sent it to the president pro tempore. And so it's so that's that's they're saying can't repeal it, then at least amend the second amendment where individuals can't own firearms will give it into the arms of enhance of the collective, which is a Marxist way of saying that we're gonna take the guns, and if we ever get into a crisis where we need them, then we'll distribute them back out to everybody to those that we feel. Yeah. Early because that works. There's only really one word for that. And that's bullshit. I mean that really is. I mean, there's no other way to say that, and I apologize mom that we turn this into part-time bullshit. And that, you know, I'm serious. It's craziness. Yeah. But but at least once again, they're being honest about it somebody's finally saying oh second amendment. It's not even gun control anymore. It's just like. Yeah. Second amendment. Let's get it out. Yeah. What else Natalie what's going on in all day? I'm glad that you ended on that. I mean that kind of that made me giggle. It was actually a member of the south like when you go. Southlake to Abe, but it showed Bernie Sanders saying healthcare is a right and the government should pay for it. Well guns are also a right. So the government should pay for exactly government. He's a play for guns. Okay. With it. Which is great because you'll earn the gun business. Y'all could handle few gun subsidies over there at the government's federal subsidies at the. From my welfare gun. Trump gone. Yeah. You're Obama phone wanna Trump gonna go. America now that you're right about that. And that's that's a funny way. Looking at that interesting. Which by the way, gun ownership is a right healthcare is not. So so access to healthcare is one thing. But healthcare is not a right gun ownership is a right. And that's where that's where burning needs to get it straight cleared up come out and all God's people said, hey, me, so sad. Sad news. There was a plane crash over the weekend. Ethiopian flight a hundred and fifty seven passengers or people killed. Yeah. Ling-? According to the news has some splaying to do splaine. You do know how much flying to? Just do a quarter million miles a year. But would've are you on a seven thirty seven from time to time we are off and on the new one. So. Yeah. So that's a sad deal. It is I have flown in Africa. They're you know, African airlines and I've flown. You know in Russia used fly we fly airflow because that's the national airline of Russia. And so for the longest Aeroflot's couldn't land in America because their maintenance situation was so so bad back in the eighties. And you couldn't airflow couldn't land in New York. They wouldn't let them so they can fly to America. But one of the best flights ever had my life was between, AVI? John Ivory Coast legs Nigeria on era freak one of the best meals ever had on airplane. Actually was that. So you look at that. You're like, I know the first thought is people go well as an African Erla, surely, the, you know, there's got to be you know, is Ethiopia's made of sticks. This brand new one, right? So it's kind of. Yeah. But there were about I wanna say am I'm trying to remember. I think they're like thirty eight nationalities represented on that plane. I think there were about seven or eight American. And not that American human life is any more valuable than anybody else's human life is a tragedy. And you know, you hear that kind of stuff we are every other day on an airplane. And you're looking at that you think about it from time to time we fly so much take it for granted an air safety since nine eleven has improved so much. I mean, it has really incredibly improved. You just don't hear about things like that happening small craft. Yes. But jet airliners pass your plays and stuff like that. You just don't hear about anymore because they really take the precautions. And and, you know, air science air technology has improved so much. And I still don't believe it exists. I don't think people fly that amazes me. So yeah, no. I think you do not know this. I think we're plugged into the matrix. And I think it's an illusion. I think we're just you know, like, you just. I'll send you think you're in some going to lead I'm going through to TSA for nothing. Right. I know that real that's felt up his real somebody's Patrick. Yeah. Think that's an x-ray machine that there? You just think that's actually that's actually microchips on us. That's where that's where the transition happens just pass out. And you think you're flying from there on as right? You think you're sitting in the admiral's club having a having a vodka. But you really don't know what that's like. Yeah. Well, nobles Steve. Yeah. Let me say this blind even different way. Steve Steve hits high. He doesn't fly. Listen. I just wanna make sure if I go down not only care. Yeah. I don't I may be screaming, but I won't care. Yeah. Well, find Jesus Jesus in your life because you higher. That's right. You'll bounce higher. Promise, you know. The ground you'll bounce higher into the arms of the Lord. They say that's what I say. Okay. No. I think that if you go through that little screening tunnel there when they x-ray your body. And and I think that's when the transition happens. I think you start I think everything from that point forward to you leave the airport is just all one. You saw that movie the fly with Jeff Goldblum Heke? They perfected that technology. We step in. And we don't even know we've we've transported. Wow. We're gonna get people are like, what are we listening to learn a little something about you today, which reminds me watch that movie again, that's an amazing amazing movie international. Delta pilot, my buddy our buddy, Kevin wait in here. Keep he said the other day Comey said you just have the prettiest people on your show. I'm going to be intimidated. If I come on. I'm your come on. You're pretty MIT grad air force pilot. He's international pilot for delta now. Kevin Wade sexy. I know he's a he's an outspoken conservative black, man. And that sexy. He is best trolls on his face brands of his. But I go read every comment. I love it because he gets on my stuff, and I'll get attacked by people on the left, and especially attacked by no, quote, people of color, and he comes on there. And he's like now, you're pretty stupid MIT grad owned you and he's a black mood. So you what are you gonna do? But Kevin's of faithful friend and loyal, dude. I'm going gonna get him on the show talk about this airplane thing. But but now hurts. Thoughts and prayers, and those things still exist go out to those folks. And you know, God bless folks at travel a lot because your way from your family as it is. And it's hard thing. And you know, you don't wanna risky life to go around the world. And what you do so bad deals bad deal. I like Boeing plants. I've always been I've flown on some pretty Ricky airplanes, though. A place to put my phone in. I'm good. This. She will keep its phone shows drink some apple juice. Drink tickets air, the story about when we were going to Arizona couple of about a month or so ago, and I was sleepy. I it was early morning flight. So Steve's drinking sitting in first class. He's drinking screwdrivers. He doesn't realize that when you're first class there, porn doubles, the porn doubles and he drink like eight of them, and I went to sleep and he drink mine too. So by the time we hit Arizona for our layover to go to a Bakersfield Callen thirty in the morning. Ripped in. Let me tell you don't ever see Steve party foul. You know, we call my mom the other day on the phone. She goes, what is party foul me? Walker through what a party foul was that where you got the name. No, no, he's had that for years and years. But if you just hang around Steve long enough, you'll you'll see the party fouls that happen. It's we just love it. You know, just happens and his remember. In Vegas with them. And I never saw what you're talking about. This. Oh, no. Oughta mission bagasse he was. Yeah. He was keeping everything straight legs. But now he was he was stumbling 'cause you never see Steve rock. We don't do that. We don't get. But when it gets there, you really do know it smack in the oh, he's just crossed over the line there. So anyway, he's walking to the airport in Arizona. I'm like dude shut up. Filling me I remember. Yeah. Show up a wheelchair drag out of the have certain tells when they're drunk. I don't know if you know that you hang around somebody enough, you know, when like lack of if like, my wife Jade is getting there like she's had a little too much. Then I'll say, hey, baby might want to ease up. What? I'm not drunk. She's a deniers. I'm fine. Most women are deniers fine. No, you're feeling. You're not just fine. You're feeling good. And when Jade really gets there, she starts crying. Because then you'll be like, hey, you really need to ease up. Okay. And that's when they cut you off, and there you out of the place. So what Steve as he stabbed mean? Steve know, he's Steve antagonist shut up like. I like Steve you need a chill when he starts doing the shut up shut up. You know, Steve's there. He's drunk next time. He's like no shut up shut up. That's his that's his deal. So it's pretty funny. But anyway, anyway, I tell you a puppet masters over there his his tail he's he starts dancing. Mom's got mad move. Now takes a little while. But eventually, you know, move start coming up. Do they maybe it's you? Puppetmaster funny after that third seabreeze? Fool. Okay. We've talked about this before Kansas. You have a drink of choice. You know, you drink you don't really drink. Okay. It mark. You're drinking choice. I like good. I p p so you're you're gonna go whiskey to I'm kinda kinda split split. My time between the two of them. Yeah. We know boozy is a kettle one guy on the rocks. Jason's zima. Hard to find for -freshing. They are hard to find your choice. I actually switch either between whiskey or the GMT gin and tonic. Yeah, I've seen you do that. Yeah. See do. That party fouls. Alcohol is alcohol. Consumer whatever's available either he's a whisky and soda guy. A Jameson soda Natalie's another non drinker. I don't but I will tell you one time. Time every once in a while. I that buttery nipple it's good. I I like sweets, so. Likes to buttery nipples as a cocktail put the ice in shot, dude as a cocktail sip on what's that? I'm a big fan of the nipples myself. He's like butter dry. The matter. Yeah. I put letter McCaw fame famous. Well, put him on the nipples. Well, we live in a crazy world these days. Are you can do pray and and just just keep keep your eyes peeled because the news is coming at us faster than ever. Thank god. Have you guys around me to be able to laugh off a little bit? Because if we didn't laugh cry we love you. Yeah. Love you. I missed you all over the weekend. I was in Missouri and came back home yesterday and Jade, and I went bar hopping a little bit is relaxed chilled out. I woke up naked with dog. I I wish I was telling the truth and not telling the truth, but I am chilly out. Dogs in bed with me. So it was one of those kind of deals where am I going next? I'm going to Ramona California, we're going to be out there Friday and Saturday night. We gotta show at the Ramona main stage two shows actually on the fifteenth sixteenth. Yeah. We're headed into San Diego's on. Yeah. And they we're headed up to Ramona. Fifteenth sixteenth. We're going to be over there. Tickets went on sale for Gusta. Georgia may eleventh at the Miller theater this past week. I think we sold about maybe four hundred tickets within the first hours going on sale. So I guess we got I think past there's about thirteen hundred that'll be a sold out show. So we want to get get being go to watch Chad dot com. Get him now. Yeah, we're gonna be in Anaheim, California on April the fifth. We're going to Modesto California on April six so notable, California run party foul. Stephen I'll be there. Boozy Sean and metro Jason definitely go into Augusta with us. I think we'd get in there couple of days early. We'll be there. Georgia's a coup place because it's got a lot of revolutionary war. There's a lot of history there. Anyway, this it's it was four Cornwallis was there was a major battle there during the revolutionary war. I think we've film a little bit of the humor zone torn down all the statues and business now the statue there. So I can take you to the the church there where the button Gwinnett is buried there. He was a signer of the deck. Flirtation of independence, and also there's various historic deals that are there out show. You some pretty cool stuff. In Augusta Georgia. There is the haunted pillar. There was a a market trading market. They traded slaves there and the tornado came through and demolished the place. And the only thing left was a column that stands up downtown. It's an old column. And they say that if you touch the column they put a curse on it. Oh, and if you touch the column something bad's going to happen to you. So there's all these stories and urban legends. Party foul. Do not touch don't touch y'all. Fly way too much. Start touching. Curse columns. Yeah. We don't we don't mess around with stuff like that. But I can I can take you to you know, I'll show you the James Brown statue and in home James Brown. Nice. So I'm tad tat myself going to college football player. Jim brown. Oh, Jane, ignorant, these Chad. When y'all in California, you need to invite J lo and era. They just got engaged. Oh, my new Cobra July people. Yeah. They want to come out to the show. Drank celebrate J lo and in a rod got engaged. It's about time congratulate we've all been waiting, really. I mean, how long has it been edge of our seats? He was he was he retired good that each cheated. She's in a movie retired. Now, I I've always said, I think J lo love being in love. I think she loves been in love. She bounces from due to do. She's beautiful. She's with some she's been with some pretty men and not so pretty men like Mark Anthony. Hey guy too. Yeah. Yeah. Would you say hips, Steve, y you always got take it there this? This is. Party right now in the last five minutes, he's missing nipples and hips booty. Yeah. Eighty all right. We gotta get outta here. Go to watch chat dot com. Check us out. Come and see me out on tour or having a lot of fun on the road. For the absent Bucci shown puppetmaster mart. Candice sitting over there. Hanging out metro Jason party fell. 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And we incidence fifty interesting stuff going. So thank you guys. Go. I know you're watching it here. But I want you to go check. If you wanna watch we come out Monday through Thursday night, right around six PM Texas time because that's the time. That matters we want you to go watch it on YouTube, go to my YouTube channel, Chad pray you'll see it start watching on YouTube because those view counts count. If you're gonna watch it watch it on YouTube instead of the Facebook. Okay. Because Facebook numbers are they skewed a little bit. It's kinda hard and plus. Mark zuckerberg. And also go to where podcasts are available, and you can get on Stitcher soundcloud. Allie Beth stuck he got taken off a sound soundcloud ways TV's, very own Allie Beth. Her podcast office and cloud. Yeah. Very sketchy things going on Stitcher. Soundcloud, apple podcast, Google podcasts. All those things. And we'll see you tomorrow night. We love you. God bless.

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