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S6E4 Weeding them out

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Hey everyone welcome to another episode of dateable show all about modern dating whenever we talk about modern dating we hear dating nightmare stories dating weirdos crazy nights apparently our guest today has experienced at all because she wrote us in this email where she listed pretty much every possible thing happened on a date and her name is heidi high. Maybe you needed her. I won't use your real name and we also have a guest host with us today. His name is rachel. he's been a guest host before he was on the episode about bread crummy and the episode about dating inexperienced. So welcome back. Rich and congratulations. Rich just moved into his brand new house. He bought with his brand. New wife was brand new brand new year. Congratulations thank you so much. There hasn't been on that many awkward dates. This is going to be a good contract. You're going to be shocked. We're going to be entertained. Heidi a little background on her. She's thirty one years. Old originally from wisconsin then moved to denver. And now you're in san francisco and you've been here for a year having here about a year. And you're in the cannabis industry. She is the President of cannabis tour and the founder of puff pass and paint okay before we get into the power. What is canada's tour. Okay so canvas. tours is basically. We started in denver like almost five years ago when it became legal there and we do cannabis friendly lodging tours different classes and events and so i started puff passing paint. Which is a cannabis friendly art class which also started denver and then myself and my business partner started the larger the larger business which is candice tourists. That com you know. I just had this conversation with my boyfriend because we're getting more into non alcoholic fun. We'd national drug. But the thing is like i'm so much rather smoke than drink. Raise as right and it makes you feel better. You don't feel as crappy the next stay. You're not hung over I mean. I think i try to be really active everyday if i've been drinking the night before. I just feeling kind of snack the whole day so so why. Haven't you heard like a cannabis dating app. Allocate any day but there is. I don't remember what it's called. Yeah that would be. That would be really fun. I mean you'll have to wait and see after my experiences. If i should really be doing that. Show that's like the best idea for me. Able to hide the mutual friend who says she's had some crazy dating stories. In fact your friends actually look forward to hearing about your dating story updated. And so that's why we had to reach out to you but in your initial email You said guys. I've probably been all fifty dates. And since i moved to the bay a year ago and they ranged from anywhere from a man describing his best friend to me which turn out to be pet. Chinchilla named rupert okay. So that's just sort of it just like it was a rundown of all okay. I actually have a list here. Let me ask you okay. So there was that guy who okay. Let me first start off by saying that. I'm not just. I was listening actually to one of the last episodes and it was the woman who said yes to any date has done. And here's the thing. I don't do that. I feel like. I'm pretty selective. I talked to people usually for like a week or so. I i've been trying to ask. We've Julia actually talked about this. I've been trying to ask better questions recently to see if that helped as far as like compatibility but these are pretty they seem to be very normal people and they don't talk about their pet chinchillas. I really like on up before a actually meet them. No dates are super strange. Okay so there was that guy I think sometimes people just and you know. I try to be myself but sometimes people may be over share. I'm a first date so this guy was talking about how his chinchillas elderly chinchilla is his best friend and her of the thirty six questions that lead to love. So we're gonna get into that she. That was no okay so this guy was like see very shocking to him. He drove from san jose when we sat down. Who's this was my first mistake. As saying that i would get food with him instead of just a drink but he was driving from san jose's we felt bad driven like an hour so we sit down to food and online and texting. We had a bunch in common and when we sat down he just he wouldn't talk and so he was just like staring at me and country. It was like. I'm really sorry that this feels very awkward. Like are you not enjoying my conversation. And he was like no one. I meet someone. I liked to just sit with them in silence and look them in the eyes and see if it feels comfortable and i was like i like that was later again. I was like okay. But i just met you like i want to know about your family and what you do and do you like your job and you like to be outdoors. Not like i don't want you like looking directly into my eyes silently and so it was like okay. Let's do some of these questions because then we can have conversation. Yes it was just not flowing so it was asking him some questions which are very normal. What was your childhood memory or something. But one of them was Let me see. Oh if you had to pick between saving your best friend or ten people what would you do. Obviously that's hard question because it's like ten people you don't love your best friend. And he said he would save his chinchilla rupert over like ten strangers. And i was like. Oh my god. This is so weird manahan while but he was like a nice guy that he tried to give a chance and then and there is like a very awkward kiss followed by not adequate kiss. I dodged it and laugh. Texted me so sorry about the weird kiss. Never texted back. Because i was driving home that i had like a whole string of messages after that i mean i felt i felt really bad or extremely. They really saw is not like a ferret are weird out. There is no phone case year Okay so. I went on a tinder date. I'm no longer on tinder because those were crazy with this guy who owns a voting companies. I met him like down by the war to get a drink there and then he invited me onto his belt now. Like all right cool so we took our lake drinks down there and then he was like okay. So we're gonna take off and we're gonna sail across the bay and stay at my parents house on the other side of the water tonight. And i was like i just met you absolutely not and so. He became angry. And push me off about and i talk to the doc matt into the water onto the dock. If we i saw. And then as i walked away he yelled. Are you sure you don't wanna come. So they don't know way inflicted. That was that was on the stories you wrote in and your initial email. I remember just laughing out loud. Still my water yeah There was a guy went on like a third day with and he. We went to go see the movie. It and he didn't tell me that he has a blood phobia and then during the move he. He added growing up into his hand. And i said oh my god are you okay. And he just runs out and so we were at alamo dropped out so do the onsite order food and wine and so was like a full lesson near i drink a little bit of wine and then followed him out and he was like at the bottom of the stairs he had fallen down and then passed out. All staff was rushing to help him and they were like what's his name. Does he have any medical conditions. I was like oh my god while it was our third like in my head i was beardie on so i'm thinking because he had a beard and so like my roommate and i had just made up nickname beardie and so they're like what's his name like. Oh my god. Isn't it weird. What is what israel. I don't know if he has any medical condition. So i took him home and made sure i stayed up with him like woke him up every hour because i was afraid he had a concussion and was going to die ause. I remained friends. He had a really nice guy seriously. A weird person. That's more like a day. Yeah exactly. What's swelling guy total. There was this guy. I was actually on three dates with him to and he was pretty normal until the date. And then we went to We went to a restaurant and we sat down and was really quiet and there is not a lot of other people there but there are some one table that was like a little bit overweight and he decides to start making comments on people's physical body types very loudly in the restaurant which was extremely rude. Any told them that and then he was like well personally. I don't really like to eat. I just live off soil. Oh like first of all this is now going to work. Because i love to eat was very. It was just very strange. So like are you at the restaurant for me. Hey and one more that we need to hear about that you listed. I think we got a pretty good sale of the range but you said there is one that had his last girlfriend was a fifty year old rushing. I off this in the bay. This was in denver before i moved But this guy so. I never understand why people lie about physical things on dating apps. Because i'm gonna see you. I'm going to realize that that's not like it can use pictures of someone else or you lie about your height or something so this guy said he was six one and he was actually like probably five seven which not a huge deal for me. I mean. I'm a pretty tall but not a huge. She'll just the fact that you lied and thought i would notice and so he was much shorter but whatever was fine and sometimes i kind of stay in these interesting dates like order another. You're saying crazy to to see what else are you gonna. I'm material and so this guy told me first of all. He had a tattoo that said made in oklahoma and was a stamp. That's said made in oklahoma. He told me that his sister was stabbed in the neck of isis and he also told me that his last girlfriend was a fifty year old russian prostitute ex prostitute on our first date. I'd makings of a great has yet. I was done with my drink. And i'm like i'm getting another one because i want to see what else you like this. It was not so and this was the first eight. Who's a first date. How did you meet this guy. That was that was tinder as well. But that was like going to ask you like what is how do you tim. You believe me most okay. So i used to use tinder and then i also use hinge in bungle sometimes so slowly only dating. I mean all the bad ones. Yes if i go on a date with somebody person you at least have met them in know. How you vibe. Yeah you know what i mean and so i think that's why online dating is so strange and that someone on paper or through. An app can seem totally normal. Then when you meet like you've completely different personalities so most of my weird dates have definitely been ones that i've met online. I don't use tinder at all anymore. Especially after the guy pushing me off. The boat i was i was the end i was like. I'm done with that But i'm super curious because we had to delay this recording. Because you told julie that you were going to try out. Some new methods adding people sedan. You told me or at the beginning of this episode. You said you know. I don't say yes to everyone. I was betting bray. So what were you doing before you will before we did delayed the record and then what change. Yeah and then which. Okay so i think like we were talking went because when julia knife for suck on the phone she was like well. Why do you think this keeps happening to you. And i was like. I dunno and another friend who's also single and dating right now and we just compare stories and she's like if you weren't going through the same thing she's like. i think. i think i was absolutely insane. But it's not it's happening to both of us a lot of other other people guys and girls that have crazy dates to and it's funny. It's people to laugh about it But i was talking to my friend alison about that. And she's like. I have no again like is it. The questions i'm asking and so was i'm trying to be more now. I start talking to somebody knowing what has really bothered me in the past bars like. Are you going to push me off a boat your best friend off. God unexpectedly your ears. You know there was one really sweet guy who was like. He didn't drink which didn't bother me. You know. I love wind but it's totally fine as long as he's not About it but then he was like. I don't eat any carbs and i was like this is not this is not going to work like that that extra so all showed of your dot asking them if they push you know I knew now. I'm trying to believe more i think for me. Like one of the biggest things. It's not really like obviously you want to be attracted to somebody but for me. It's more like. I'm an entrepreneur. I'm very motivated. Person work a lot and constantly busy first of all like anyone who kind of like messes around as far as like timing on dates like it. Just obviously that's not gonna work because you're not respecting my time. Yes and they used to be like okay. That's totally fine. We can push back to another day or whatever and now. I'm like unless you have a really good excuse like obviously you don't really want to hang out like they're just probably not going to get a second chance right now Some very conscious of that now but to learn. I think i was just kind of letting more things like that. Slide also as a weird yeah general okay. But as far as like motivation. I think i'm asking more questions about motivation What kind of motivation. Just like water. I guess this might be weird questions to ask before you meet somebody but like first of all what do you do like. I know that some people don't want to talk about their jobs or they'd say for me. It's not about the money like are you motivated to do something that you give a crap about like. What are your goals. Traveling is a big thing like there have been some people like. I travel a lot just because they would rather spend my money on that than anything else. Lean buying things. And so if i'm on a date with somebody who's like oh. I haven't traveled in a really long time. Like that's probably just not going to be a good fit for this. We're asking floor. I'm just trying to ask more questions like that like okay. What's like obviously more about their jobs. And what they do what their motivation is. What their goals are. I think the biggest the biggest discrepancies. I've had with i mean. This doesn't explain the weirdness but the biggest discrepancies i've had with dating people that our goals just like run aligned and i don't know how the weirdos are getting through to the so what type of guys are you typically attracted to or what type of files. Are you charging. do i people who are entrepreneurs. I there you go nowhere and not. Most of the weirdoes have not been been like teachers. Or i mean everybody. Here's cac so yeah. They're most teachers are tech people I mean i guess. I'm just trying to ask more questions to get a feel of who they really are also mean like. I'm a little bit weird too. So i don't try to hide that when i'm talking to somebody i said more like if you don't think one of my jokes is funny when you first start talking you're gonna think it's funny like two months from alley right so i'm trying to be more myself like this is exactly who i am. Okay if you don't like it. I mean let's them shouldn't even go out on a first date you know like but do so. Do you. feel like the weirdness comes out on like a second or third date a few dates. It's mostly it's mostly Anywhere from one to three. Yeah from one to three. are there any triggers. Is it like a certain question you ask or is it a certain environment you're in I find that a lot of people do actually have an issue with the canvas thing even though i'm not a stoner. I mean i. I smoke and i had an edible on my way here. You know. I don't really capable of still talking having a conversation but i'm not someone who just sits around and like smokes all day and so because i'm constantly busy and active and run a successful business. You would think it wouldn't be an issue. But i have found that there are definitely some types of people that i've gone dates with that. Don't like the canvas thing but they don't they know from your profile. Do but i think maybe they just kind of gets a joke. I don't know. I'm not sure that explains though why someone might want to d you right but all these people but you don't want to because those that why do why it happens. I don't know. I think i think maybe Rich any details on rationing my brain right like. You're looking at me an abnormal. You're also you have a very specific type of jones. Get from an app. Because you're definitely like. I feel like they were on a date with you. I would need to keep up with you. Oh okay guys feel like they to give you interesting stories to keep. I'm yeah. I don't know how saving my pet chinchilla off. Just i haven't heard energy push me off your energy. But maybe that's just like his way of yang flirty. I also think your blanket. Statement of mir does span a lot. More example. That guy i would say. That's definitely quirky and like typical key. Yeah well it. It got weirder more fair. I think hers standards of weird are pretty yet added finished of weird though like. I don't think the boat is necessarily okay. Let's go of a blood one. I don't think that's weird. It's not sin exactly. Yeah just w what is person scary against that. Maybe the blanket under like everyone's weird. Maybe i don't know maybe there's something you're saying that it's just bad dating in general mattis. Yeah it's yeah maybe it's nothing to use specific you just had one or two. I mean everyone's had one or two just odd people in the mix like wine. Well i actually so the weirdest thing is is that after we talk. I haven't had a strange date since then occasionally nick. What were you doing then. I think i'm just asking more questions about Like maybe life perspective okay. Anything that has helped. Because i've been on a few dates that have been perfectly fine but My one of my friends. I was like i went on the state and the guy was perfectly nice gentleman but i just didn't feel a connection. She said well that's all my dates are really off. My dates are insane. Lay but maybe that's like just asking those questions to help. Yeah i was talking about this too. We've never mean she. And i have never dated each other. How we. I've never had really crazy days i have. I definitely had a period that i was dating. This was like five years ago when tinder. I came out and there were. I went to like really weird people. But they were like weird. Instances yeah scenario. I think that it's just like part of the course. Sometimes like i would say. I met some really great people some really. I mean there's been some people that have been. I could tell they're good people just like we've not uncommon whether they're like more boring if any rain and then i've met some people that are more eccentric so it's like if you just focus just on the accenture people and maybe will start like thinking. Everyone's that way oppose the lighting looking at all the situations. Maybe it's time for you to relax your date also One of you brought this up. But maybe they're looking at my profile near lake. She's an entrepreneur. She's in cannabis should clearly doesn't really care what other people think and that sort of thing can be. Maybe that's the kind of people have been attracting yes. I do also think it's like whatever you're putting out in the universe. We actually spoke to speak about it if you're looking for something than that thing keeps to end. Maybe it's because they've been talking about it so we always. I always laughing about it with my friends. They these these situations key presenting themselves to me. And i'm a pretty good sport like ever really good sense of humor so don't hate it. I i think like right actually. They had some weird instances. I definitely like i like work back to my friends. Right haul them what d- went down. I mean there's not like a not bad. Because i read it's worse. If you're just like moping casado god yeah never scope of maybe. If you're just fixating on the story ray ordnace. That's why rexel earlier you suggested that. Maybe she could ask the questions sooner right like ask about life perspective and everything sooner but since you tend to text them more or less for a week or so before you meet them. I personally find it weird to have those serious conversations man. We don't wanna start with that either because then you just seen boring like how's your day and it's like okay. But what's your goals right. No yeah we. Don't light hearted ray extent. I guess what i'm trying to say is that it would be harder to vet them on those yeah actors earlier on and it's almost kind of like what you were saying which was saying which is that. You essentially may need to kind of go on that first date anyway and then do the full time then and then just kinda reclassified what are you looking for. I'm not sure. I mean. I don't have a series relationship last year I think what. I'm looking right now. Is someone to just have more than maybe three normal dates with and enjoy spending time with and see where it goes like. It's not like i'm looking for. I'm not specifically saying. I want something serious or don't want anything at all like also it's kind of fun for me here to a new city and have spent a lot of time in san. I live in oakland. Actually but i've spent a lotta time in san francisco and oakland Before i moved here. But i haven't been to a lot of places that haven't been a lot of restaurants bars like just fun things me and so it's kind of course my friends busy to have date me like. Hey have really been wanting to check out the spotlight. Do you wanna meet here. So you're an exploratory state in the It is a good thing. Great going on these very colorful right. Yeah right yeah seats you going on average. Oh god i mean i. There's been some where i've had a couple. And then i get burned out on it and i have carolina any for a while and i'm like oh my god i need a break after like whatever chinchilla diode. I'm going to dial it back so with the unwinding is comparable 'cause you strike me as a very social person so i imagine last out your ear i do but i work from home. Uh-huh and i work a ton so i'm not unless i'm scheduling something with someone. I'm not really meeting people. And i specifically make a point to not day with in my industry because it is really small. And so that's just something that's been like a huge note for me like i want to be seen as like a friend. Is well also businessperson. Anything when you bring in any sort of like sexual relationship drama not necessarily like a good thing you guys feel about a masking julian rich about seeing someone's profile or you know hearing about them that they've been in the city for a year or they are they're new to the scene what is what are those feelings that come to. 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Now back to the show guys feel about a masking julian rich about seeing someone's profile or you know hearing about them that they've been in the city for a year or are they're new to the scene. What is what are those feelings that come to mind for me. It's a little bit of a red flag. Although it shouldn't always be okay. So i wanna take this fact okay. So there's a positive that they're new in like they just could be here and that's part but then the other side of it is are they looking are they just in exploratory mode or are they looking for something serious or do they just wanna meet friends and meet people and do stuff. That always happens. However i will say like. I've had relationships with people that have only been here for a couple months. That in what they were looking for someone not always the case but that does the immediate instinct. i have as i just stated. Was that no understand that because it's like people would probably also wonder okay so if something serious did happen with us if she want to stay here or is she gonna wanna move. It's not easy you know it's the but it's also just like in this time like when they don't have their league bee's frankly they don't do it. You might have a lot of friends through rare in. actually. I was gonna say match. I point of like the relationships. I've had that have been someone that's only been here. A little was met in real life online. It's like because. I think there is a lot of profiles at one time that was like new to the city. Like there's still are down to meet new people type of thing i think. Sorry look i was just gonna say that. I think there is definitely something to be said about taking a step such as dating and committing to someone when you haven't even really gotten airings lice yet grab because there is a certain aspect of you that is still in that exploratory mode and so i would also kind of feel like maybe she will be exploring and meet someone else. It's a little more. She's a little. Give yourself enough time. Ray so i remember just swiping left on people who said they were new to the city says i just automatically assume they're dating everyone. They're trying to get as many calls because they're also trying to figure out what they like. What regular which parts of the city do they lie. Sheriff s. i think there's so many good options here and if there really is people are really smart. Most people have really good jobs and are really passionate about something. I mean it's pretty fit city. People are generally young attractive and so there are so many options here. It's like do you not feel like well. I'm not an opinion you to hear a lot is it. It's rather than you. We hear from anybody really really refreshing. Because because you're i mean you moved here from denver right yeah. We actually have a lot of people who say like having to move to denver. I well can be a better dating see. Denver is member like so many men. Though people say i think here. So there's so many beautiful good-looking options that people have really good job. It's like okay so this doesn't work out. But i have like ten more. I could you know what i mean. So it's like it's almost you start to view in. This makes me sad but you start to be on these apps as literally just a picture young instead of a person. So it's like no no no no yes no no hi how are you yes. Yes no fairness though tyler designed to game affi- in something that you said that i kind of kept in the back of my head was that you and i don't know how this is for everyone but you definitely tend to look more for entrepreneurs or at least people that you have those types of things and call it and while i think that's natural and healthy i think sometimes those prerequisites tend to attract you to the wrong type of person. I guess my point is that to you could find someone that just works nine to five but is receptive of the fact that you're busy. Uranium always have time to spend and that you are ambitious and driven and running your own successful businesses and it might work out just fine with them right and so i just you know. I would caution you not to rule someone out because they don't have that in common with you because they made very open to entrepreneurs can be eccentric. Danwei you ever see as your schedules may not. Yeah true avenue alpha. There's another issue that's one thing. Okay so That's an interesting thing that you said is i. Finally my personality is pretty alpha. I have to be. Because i'm a woman business owner in an industry that like yes. I mean there's a lot of women in it is wonderful. I think the most ceos in the cannabis industry that are women like any industry. That's great. it's silver men. Dominated have to be alpha in order to do well and i think that that personality type. It is strange for some people who are not who are not entrepreneurs. I don't know. I would also say i always have this quote on my whiteboard. We are all each other's consequences and part of that is if you go on one date where something crazy happens. Tend to take that energy onto your next day and the next day and maybe something. You're putting out there like show me. You're crazy yeah. I introduced back into femi. Yeah of what. You're putting out there. And if you're always looking. I have all these weird dates right. Anything's gonna become a weird eight even if it's not necessarily date like the Guy that did change my perception of it embrace along. Yeah i think some of it. I mean one option is that you try to find more places that aren't online also right but part of online dating is. There's gonna be weird people. Don't really i think you just kinda exactly but also maybe i know like it seemed like you were a little wishy washy of what you're looking for. Which by andrew. But maybe getting more clear on that because the way you're describing his. I want experiences new things that might be attracting. Just weirder experience because that's giving you that experience so if that's what you're looking for right now you want the story and you want that and then that's fine. Things are going great right book but if you want someone that's more put together. Whatever the qualities are maybe refocusing saying not stern looking for. Yeah i do. I get that sense to almost like do you. Do you wanna date for the sake of dating or do you want a date to find something serious. And that's why. I asked you rain looking for ray and maybe in this time. You don't really know what that is so embrace the crazy. I think these no having fun it. I mean that's a lot of other than any time that i felt felt unsafe. Which most of the time honestly isn't except for the boa by some just not gonna get on. Somebody's vote again right. We're not going to do that again. It gets long. We're not getting down on it right. Oh my god everyone so weird. I can't find anyone you're still like you had a mentality that like. There's a lot of. Yeah there's a lot of great people and if that's the case then maybe it's fine that you are having these new check out so many different things and so many different places that you know like i said i wanna go out one night and like all of my friends are busy. I'm like i've been wanting to check out this. Let's go here again. And i can almost think on the flip side because you're telling us these stories about the guys in your you've been on dates with. Can you imagine what they're saying. Maybe they're like. Oh my god. I went on this date with this girl who does like a painting by william literally to me. This girl and gloom with aired isn't bad. I think that's the other takeaways. Weird isn't bad right like you were saying obviously cannabis. That's gonna try person. I think there is like you just find someone who's weird is okay right. He's it's not that i'm like weird. What's like over. The top is like talking about like what you talked about your psychotherapist with them. Yeah that's not like committing really learning to ask like how do i collect. We talked about like one of these. Dates was kind of dangerous and scurry wanted rings just an odd occurrence One of these was other. Maybe it's screaming and like saving looking for quirky rate but it just needs to be a quirky that like i respect them into right and like so. I'm perky to. I mean there's been things that have definitely happened where i'm like. Oh my god that was such a bad date for him oriented i am. I was dating this guy. We'll call him ham because they may not always come up like nicknames for people but he came over on the second time we ran out. He came over here having barbecue with some friends so he spanish she brought expensive spanish ham that his mom smuggled illegally from spain. Oh is called hormone de barikot from pigs that certain kind of acorns they're like free range to brings over one hundred dollars worth of this ham leaves it on the table. My dog jumped eight the entire thing of him when we were outside and then just like cooped violently the whole night because he was sick because he had eaten all ham. That was like a horrible for him. Obviously we actually dated for a couple of months ago. Yeah it's just right. Maybe that's the. I know like the person experiences sarcasi- i'm still going back to this entertainment value in this race share to enter totally. Because when you said we asked like when you change your methods and you're asking more questions what are your dates like now and you said they've all been not weird and there was a sense of disappointment in your voice. Yeah like pointed. I heard realized what it was like to have a normal day where you walk away in. That was fine. But i won't but You'll like your. There's a little bit disappointed now. Maybe i don't know school gate plus some story now meeting likely you're actually just Overlooking the guys who are normal. Because they're just they're not entertaining enough for they're just not standing out. A these stories are standing out more. Okay so i have a question. A little. A little tangent. I'm asking for reasons so cannabis tours. How does this work exactly like the whole thing. The whole company or well. Can you walk me through. I want i want you to give me a tour okay. Now if you're a tour so we have the wine and we'd tours here which are super and we just had one yesterday. I'm like still exhausted from it so we started our space you do. Cdn fused wine tasting. Get on a bus on the bus. We go to the betty project which was amazing. You're on the city. They get to do a tour there. Then we go up to trek winery in nevada. They do a wine tasting and lunch there and then we back our space. So it's about four hours. Other people found out about online or through marketing website. Whatever about thirty. And how many men on average probably about half and are you open to. What's your policy. I guess meeting people through your interesting I was just thinking. I was teaching. We had the puck past and pink class. Too and i was teaching one of those classes last night. And there's this guy who was really cute. And i was like it's so weird i didn't notice him but work mode not looking at guide ben here the whole time and like he's adorable your average interest. I should also just like. You're probably in your element your most attractive sell as do right. He was like smiling at me. I was like oh. Where did you come. Maybe attention. Or if there's no one in there like maybe they have other friends so even even women maybe just like trending some of them in like but also like. It's a lot harder to meet people. When you are the organizers or the can you actually join these tours as a participant on it or whatever. Yeah i mean you go wine and we'd and i love both of those about the responsibilities of oregon and you can pay more attention to the people and actually have you thought about offering it up as a date suggestion. we have for valentine's day. We've done over yourself. Oh yes oh you mean like hey. We should go on my own to her. No i haven't thought about that. I mean that's that'd be fun. That would be maui into episode. Yeah okay so. What are some of our takeaway. I'm gonna join cannabis store. I'll also just you know we have to embrace all the craziness that comes with dating if you it. We're always talking about how crazy dating can be that. Must mean you're sort of crazy too dating also different. I always talk about how dating is like putting two strangers after a lifetime not knowing each other into a room and then having to gel with that person. It's tough it's a tough environment to be in. So there's a certain point where you have to know what your your absolute yeses no's are but also just embrace some of the newer experiences and say you know what you have tattoos of oklahoma alabama your access a fifty year. Old russian hooker. That's cool take away for me is that you can find love anywhere right. I think a lot of us kind of abstain from looking for it in certain places such as work. But i think it's because you're optimizing for a bad situation but honestly if you meet someone who you click with you can make any situation work right. Yeah so i think just keeping an open mind and keeping your eyes open in terms of guys on your that. You didn't necessarily just had that realization last night like wow. I actually don't even pay attention. Or i'm looking at anyone in my classes or event timers or as like not not not as a human. That's not what i mean but like not as like dating material. Yeah same time i can. I can also see myself. If i'm if i'm a guest on your tour and your flirting with a i can see how other line and say. I think there's anything wrong with maybe being a little flirty or speak out other tours and whatnot yours but similar and some. Yeah i think it's again. Just reframing what weird means they are. I'm not you have some strange oriented. Say that but like also like maybe that i keep going back to the example with the guy that had the Fainted oh yeah like that really. Isn't that weird. that's just uncertainly. Yeah situation and i think you did say that you guys did keep data. Yeah but i mean we're still fries. Yeah yeah be it's not generic laugh about it. Yeah right so sometimes. Maybe it's like okay. There iselin kind of weird. But maybe i should give it a little more. I guess it depends on the line like obviously some of the other ones. Maybe i guess yeah yes. The long story is like what is weird and is like a weird. I could deal with as a quirk or is it own weird. That's just not okay. Ray and on the other hand redefine what you think is normal and what you think is boring. 'cause i think you are writing off some of the guys who are probably not as weird as these other guys and then just saying. That date was fine. I remember my state with my boyfriend. I walked away saying it was fine. It was fine. I couldn't say it was like amazing. I couldn't say he was so interesting. It was fine our second date. His little quirks came out and i was like. I'm loving this right. That i state. Maybe give those guys a second night. I'm actually getting better. I have a date after the second day. Somebody and like our first state was just fine. He's really nice guy And i was. Yeah i i mean. I'm not writing people off because of that but i am trying to be more conscious of like just because someone isn't super interesting me at first doesn't mean that they will be like i'd have been arabists. They might have right had day. Whatever they may have been trying to hold you off because they were afraid i was going to judge them some really good right me. It sounds like filtering. A little more. Asking questions has actually been helpful. Yeah you admit that you're a little quirky you your occupations a little out of the buttons. It will detract. Some people may because of that. You are drawing certain people that are a little stranger sir and maybe it's just filled rain more with them. Maybe you've to filter more than the average person. I think i am actually finding that. Yeah i think filter more like if you're looking at like most of my friends work in tech right right so or finance or whatever. Look if you're looking at who works and finance you. Pretty much know what their day to day is gonna be like. You know like what their schedule is. That sort of thing but me. I have no idea right. And you might get the like chile guy off. Like i don't know maybe he's like oh i can relate to the fray so maybe it's like iota ron. Yeah for that reason right also. We live in a city where people try to out quirk each other. Yeah everyone's trying to be so san francisco and different. Nikkei look at my business and i might shit going on so maybe instead of putting out like i know i have an interesting business and This is my life. And i'm busy in some saying that it's like i'm really interested in what you do. So yeah schilling more interested in in them. Because i'm telling you. Everyone thinks that their life is more interesting than in your profile. I do your honor. Actually on the way year i do in for a while. I took that out just to see if difference. Here's the thing though. If people have a problem with it. I want them to be able to see right away. I wanna say november mix because like it's kind of the same with dateable little right people think that like it's it's different in the same but people sometimes their instinct is. Oh they run a dating podcast. They're just using me as the subject and there's they don't know much about it so what i do is i. Don't put that in my profile and no But obviously i'm gonna like it progresses with so going to tell them about it it's important to me they don't lead with like i'd rather just lead at like i also just like general. Don't i dunno it's gonna come up. I would never like hide it from france. Because i agree. If like someone's like that's weird or why would you do that. Like that's not going to be the right fit right but i don't wanna like have that just the immediate resting right. Some eps put on pulse from one. That i couldn't take it off when i was like doing an agreement right. I think it's kind of interesting like socially like to see how that change things like removing it for my woven is putting so. Yeah so did you see any big changes. It was. I was attracting more More to five acres ask again problem upright with that at all not a problem with that was just like obviously there were some people who had issues with it in the first place that were say to me because of a little yanking is like and i feel like sometimes it's like people think they have hard nose on startling for this like for example. Maybe this is a hard no but if they got to know you and it might not be. That's very true. I think there's volume different way of rephrasing what you do because i think because industry so new some people may take that as oh. She doesn't really work. I like shoelace up. And she smokes cannabis wars every right. You know whatever you somebody who's very seriously and maybe there's a different way of rephrasing exactly what you do. Which is you run. A successful business that brings that is in the canopy. Happy portrayed in a dating profile. Baby that's conversation. You have your ironic. Yeah it's a recreational human tour or filter more. I mean it's just. I think that's a very good point. I think that it is for what i do. And how kind of different may lifestyle is on a lot of people. i think. I just need to filter more average person. Absolutely if you if you really want to lead with expecting might have ray weird store also asking if they can. the first thing i'll say is hey. Can i buy weed for me when i was like. Oh this isn't writing. Are you a copy. I don't i don't even have. My business is completely different than that. These might go here. Go to a dispensary. Don't expensory dealer. God which i'm not in any capacity outlets on that and you're not oh fascinating even my mind yes remove it and try were just accept it and fill yourself differently differently more than anybody. Who's listening you all about today. You like her. We're more than happy to set you up okay. Just no boats books original your blood pressure cookers takeaways. Anything else we want to say about this all right. Shall we go to our question of the day comes from kevin. I think of myself as a pretty quirky guy with a dry sense of humor. But i have been told by past girlfriends and friends that once they get to know me. They find me hilarious also. Some of my quirkiness is due to me being shy when i first meet someone new with dating. I'm often not given that chance. As women seem to quickly pass on my quirkiness any suggestions or ways. I can stay true to myself but also cast a wider net to get the chance to get to know me better your question. This is good because you were kind of just about this in a way of like you giving that. But i think what he's trying to ask is like how can he come out of his shell or stay in a shell. He feel a little more depending on how you look at it. I think it's your quirkiness is away. Great way to filter people. We had m. k. As one of our previous guests who sent a photo of her in a full hamilton costume after a first date with someone and he totally embraced it. So it's sort of like if people don't embrace your quirkiness than why you know. They're just not a good fit. You're saying look at this as not necessarily something. That's hurting you. But as a way to help you yes absolutely. And i do think people who are more open about their quirkiness can find someone because then attracting yeah. That's kind of what i said too is like i use to kinda like i mean i'm corky and so you should try to dial that back at first when i talking to people and have more normal conversations and now i realize when i meet them like i said they don't like me talking online i. They're not they're still not going to mean to mariah so don't waste your time going out with people who don't find your sense of humor. Yes i agree with what you guys are saying to play. Devil's advocate huddle. Because i do see where he's coming from that he's just not getting a chance because we all know online dating rewrite people right peaceful off really quickly and maybe it's just flat out saying to the deep like i know this about my personality like my friends. Tell me this like putting it out there communicating that. I am a little quirky but like i grow on or something you know. What though i i met by prefacing the date with that kind of you may be set the wrong impression. Assure me may not be the. That's so if you tell me quirky don't know if i really care to find out what that's all about and so so. I mean for certain things. Like that. I would be okay with just meeting it and just kind of letting your true self come out. And then just let like letting them determine if that's someone that they're okay being with instead of drawing attention to the it definitely draws attention if you bring it up. I'm just wondering if bringing it up would like get ahead of it in a way like nali ahead of it. It's a problem. But just like maybe i'll say i'm quirky. Maybe it's just saying. Hey like arceli like how like most of my friendships have built over time. Because i'm the type of person opens up as i get to new york to grow on like. Yeah like i think. Maybe that's what it is. I do also find that people who do our quirkier normal people do better in real life and yeah time to get to know their personalities and adapted their personalities. They don't do as well online because then people feed them as weird. There's yeh low bill. It's a slow slow build and so people. Who are yankee. Your profile sh. You know it's it's harder. It's harder for you to for people to give you a chance on especially online dating as i'm sorry right. People are just superficial with online dating but in real life may be more time meeting people out in the real world to me right but because quirky is such a encompassing. Yeah herm yeah. It could literally mean something different to hundred different people. Chiller could mean that. I want to wear your skin off. Anything else you to say about this. Well you've been extremely easter. Having in that journal going well. I will definitely eventually just be like nothing to save good. Always want to hear. Or maybe it'll just keep continuing about find your. We're gonna do a check in in six months okay listeners. We're still looking for people for season six. Where one you as a guest our show. And maybe you like to be set up with heidi or maybe you have a friend that you like hiding. We love making all those love connections. Yeah so right has contact us in any form passable. Okay i note. We're going to wrap this up. Stay all your action. Item for this week is to. Let's dissect your dates a little bit more after each date. See how you feel. What is it that you're taking away from the state. What are those feelings and then try to figure out what these feelings are caused situationally or by a personality so in heidi situation some of them were weird situational circumstances and some of them were just personality circumstances and this will help you understand how the date actually went if the situation were to change. Would your feelings be different towards that person versus is that person just consistently this way. This episode is brought to you by together. 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03:59 min | 6 months ago

BUGLE MERCH IS BACK

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Space Mantis

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23:37 min | 2 months ago

Space Mantis

"Now another addition of tony tomato on cy fi talk from lord of the rings Abraham but i remember votes. Julian sounds as creepy man. Who your mazda. Someone i two. Wow hey that's great. Appreciate my guy. The archangel gabriel is really. What is most important. Is that burnham forgives herself because as burn my carry a tremendous amount of guilt and shame on alex. Zahara played re god's zales to iron shirt the one eyed us breaking code rush omen coca. Were not saifi. Talk papa. Typical behavior effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of two things. That aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have an experience anyway like gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion and prosper face mantis. Got the worst thing ever right. Tackle man life. Life is just been absolute garbage lately. You open up your possess by some demon parasites just a parasite no such thing as demonic possession. Doing here. don't remember anything. I think it comes down to a life or death situation. She has the information stored away in her brain. And she'll use so. I guess who's with me worlds colliding right rolling all right what we just heard there is a trailer for space mantis. A new audio science fiction. I would you say it's Kind of scifi comedy a bit. Yes yeah that would be a good a good description of it and we have laura morrison who teased us about space mantis a few months ago when we did our interview but her novel. So it's great to have your pet. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited about this. The idea for space mantis. where did it come from. Well i wrote a novella come back to the swamp And i had a every group of writer friends online and we were all kind of working on these different novellas for a novello writing contest and We were all reading each other's books and giving each other feedback and stuff and in mine. Avella there was a fictional. tv show called space mantis on there and my writer friends and i we all just started. They liked the concept of the show and all of the elements of the show. That i mentioned in my novello were. It really seems to connect with a lot of people. They thought it was really fun. And funny that. The ideas that i put in there and we just started talking about what if it was a real show. And how how fun would that be. If it was like actually a thing and then i started kind of brainstorming. Because we're all were like we love you know creativity and the arts and and working together collaborative collaboratively on projects and things like that so we all just if it was a bit of a bit of a it was a bit of a process. I guess but it just sort of organically eventually formed that i would write these scripts and everybody just chose a character they wanted and we just put a podcast together because A lot of these people have a lot of varied backgrounds. And there's people who are really good at tech and there are people who are good at making the music for the show and of course the the voice acting it all just we. We're a big group with a big Skill set. I guess and so it seemed eventually after some talk that it would be a good fit to make a podcast And spaceman is actually in this world you've created is a television show that was canceled. Yes yes and you know how there's these fandom they these people they love. Their shows usually sci-fi fantasy then. Of course no matter how great the show is or how many people loved it sometimes it just cancelled and so yeah. The narrator of the show is a superfan of spacemen to some. She's code up. She's destroyed but it got cancelled and she She gets this mysterious box her door with a bunch of on released space mantis. Dvd's and so she wants to help the space mantis. Stand him and so she starts a podcast Playing the audio of the shows chicago so the voice cast. You said it was. Your friends. did decastro pretty naturally asked who'd be who. Yeah it really did. It was so we have people from all over we. We've got people from like. There's somebody from denmark. There's someone from singapore. We've got the united kingdom and all across the united states like probably every time zone were pretty scattered all around and on in so. It's nice to do because everyone uses their own accents. They don't like try to come off as having an american voice on so i really like that because they if you're doing a space show not everyone's going to sound like they're from the same place though so yeah they We sort of picked our own hearts and there were a few parts. We had a few people who are were writers. Were not actors so few people were kind of hesitant to do voice acting so there are one or two people who sort of head to peer pressure into taking. Except for those two instances people were pretty eager to jump in and they had ideas are they. They knew which part they wanted and Even the people who sort of pressured into taking part they are doing such a good job. And i'm just so happy that they're a part of it because they've really it they they really are doing a great job. A their their hesitancy was not due to a lack of skill. that's good that's good so logistically. How does that work. Does everybody record their own audio. And then send it to you or is there a chance you might even attempt the uncomfortable and that's a word and record altogether all my goodness it would have been way too hard to record altogether speaking as as one of the one of the characters in it myself because i i also have a part in it. I have to rerecord some lines so many times to make it or like car drives down the road in the background or whatever so yeah we. We absolutely do not record together. Some of the So what we do. is we each. Just do our own recordings on our own time and then we just record each as a separate clip and then I- i- normalize the sound and stuff. I like just the very basic things for the audio clips to make it. Certainly just so the volume is all the same. And then i send it on to our actual audio guy alain specter and also just waters does a lot of this stuff too but They are the ones who make it sound. So good these recordings some of them. The first season was In production for so long because of just the time limitations that so many people had getting this off the ground there are conversations in the podcast where one person in this conversation recorded at like two years separate from the other person but puts it together so well it sounds like they're just having it charge just so natural you'd never guess that it was recorded on different continents like yours wa. That's while that's really really cool. You can do with the right skills and the right tech. so why don't we hear it clip. This is actually one of my favorite clips. It's a it's about chinchillas. It's it's pretty self explanatory infinity out of us for a second with that gun. Jakarta's about chinchillas chinchilla come in an array of colors including standard grey ebony. White resisted white pink light brown velvet. Yeah that's what i'm talking about. You get a damn brown. Velvet pet chinchilla curled up on your head. Captain new mighty dog. That man is obsessed with his hair. I really liked that clip. It's funny yeah. I'm sure it's a. It's a bit of a running gag. Yes yeah who did the Who does the music for it. I think is music for him right. Yeah there's for the most part Joseph waters who plays captain. Joe he He does some music for it. He he makes audio coupe for it. And alan inspector also who has done a bit and In the first episode. I think it's only in the first episode My my kid's teacher actually is the lead singer of a band called social bones and they had They let us use their recordings for the music. In the background of the first episode so comes from a different Just you know there's about three different sources for music. Yeah that's fantastic right. Why don't we take a short break. We're talking to laura morrison about space mantis her new audio production. That you can listen to all right. We'll be right back back with lorrimore sin as we talk about space mantis high. Assume you can get this. Where ever you get podcast. Yes that is correct and we also have it up on you to green. Yeah it's of course not any of the There's no video right. Yeah we just have it available on youtube that for some people like Parents and grandparents generally it. It seems to be easier for them to use you. Bend for them to navigate the world of of audio on your apps and things like that dan. No i i had my podcast episodes and people able to hear this on my youtube channel as well. I've i've gotten a pretty good sizable audience. There and some episodes do better on youtube than has a podcast so go figure. It's just another way of getting things out there and That's what you gotta do. You know all right. Let's hear another clip of from space. Mattis i've missed you jo in our little game of cat-and-mouse and i know what you're way. What the crap he rented a time dang it you need to update your message hardware all right another good one. I love audio drama. It's something i've always listened to or audio comedy And a science fiction vein. It's even funnier because you use your imagination And that's really what you can picture these things in your mind as you're listening talk about that aspect of it of Kind of letting the audience you know. Free to imagine their own version of what things may look like good. I i really like that aspect of writing in general. Like i don't like to over describe what the characters look lake or or or whatever. I like to let people's imaginations take care of a lot of that so they can make it what they want it to be and i love the idea that though i wrote a thing people could see something completely different from what i see and i don't know. Yeah that's just it's just a really fun part of writing. Try to roll it too much as far as the podcasting side of it. What's it what's it like for you dare it to put it out as a podcast and the whole medium itself the medium of a podcast on i really. I'm not quite sure. If this is exactly the direction question is going but the podcast is really fun for me because you have an idea that could easily you know it could translate. Maybe even better to television. I don't know but like to be just like a random person without the resources or the background to do a tv show. You can put the same story out into the world with a lot less resources and It can still exist in a way that like in the olden days when people only had tv or movies or whatever to to get that sort of thing across before. Podcasts came along the people. There are so many people so many stories when they just couldn't they had no avenue to really get it out there so is that you're right. It is a very much an a way back to the future kind of thing because this is what radio was it was the main. There was no tv for a long time until the fifties so people listen to the radio and they created all these amazing amazing audio productions and now with podcasting that's become popular again and there's there's companies. I just talked to a podcast. We're a couple. Actually one of the couple reads It's called dirt. Cheap a read a an old poke novel from the nineteen forties and but they look at it through the lens of the twenty first century. So they'll point out obvious prejudices and misogynistic kind of things. But it's fun because you're looking at it through this lands and you can say that doesn't work that doesn't sandra. You know that kind of thing and and usually they're so badly written that the characters are cliches and stuff. So that's like one idea and you know i've been lucky enough to have been doing this now for a while and never would have figured i would have talked to as many people as is i have. It's put when i'm putting together on minute network on that you're hearing this on is the amount of shows that i have I'm not even halfway there. Especially some of the archives of that people are apparently digging as well and Which is great. Because i put a lot of time into it. But but yeah it's it's a very fascinating medium and with phones and portable auto devices available. Now that's changed the game to yes for sure. How many how many episodes are sort of done for space mantis. there are eleven episodes. That are all done and ready to go. That's the first season. I am writing the second season. Now and people are getting their starting to get their recordings done so Whereas it took lake years for us to get everything together for the first season we're hopefully is going to be able to put together the second one in months so that huge wait between season one and season two great now as far as the dialogue do people if people find a way of saying funnier or better. Is that allowed to. Oh yes yes definitely like as much as i love writing dialogue. It's like my favorite part of writing. That doesn't mean. I'm like to attach to specific words that i wrote to prevent people from saying things in a way that would be smoother or more funny or just more in character. Them so yeah. They're they're free to do whatever they want. I trust them. Do you find because you're writing for audio. You're more conscious how it sounds when somebody speaks it rather than in a novel. Yes yes there's a lot of a lot of times. I have to like just say things out loud over and over as i'm working on it. Just make sure it sounds like a genuine or real sure absolutely you're doing space mantis. What about other writing projects. Are you able to kind of balance. That if you're working on something else. Yeah yeah. I have three different projects going on right now script per space mantis and then i have a An of a novel a novel of fantasy. I cannot think of the word Fairytale fantasies fairy tale Young adults Novel coming out with lex spot. Books who published a comeback to the swamp. My my novella. That's coming out next summer. The it's the first in a series my third project i'm working on is actually a book of poetry which is associated with that fantasy book like there's one of the characters is a poet and in the book they make reference to her book of poetry which is called wistful musings from crows nest. So i'm writing with full musings from across nest. I'm writing all sorts of poet. Oh a tree and Which is funny. Because i'm not a poet at all in the style of dr seuss. That's really wild. It's kinda like you're beetle in the bar. i guess yes that's wild. That's challenging to challenge yourself that way. Yeah it's it's fun to do a thing that i never in a million years but i would be doing. Do you read some poetry by other people to kind of get an idea how the structure works. And that kind of thing i've got Some sonnets in it. So of course i i don at did a lot of shakespeare sonnet reading. The nice thing about this is that it's not meant to be a serious thing. oh and as a mom of little kids. I have read a lot of like dr seuss or things in those general sphere. Silly ramey fun things. So i have just read a lot of that. That's very well ingrained in me that rhyming structure and suffer like like The cat in the hat no. Yeah but the book supposed to be like the writer. The poet takes herself very seriously thinks of it as a very serious book. There's like you get to have a lot of fun with that. All idea that is but she thinks that serious well. Hopefully when your book or books come out. Next year you'll be able to do in person signings again kazaam. It's it's i think we're all dying for that right now. It's just you know this. This fall is i mean it's just. The news is in much better is worse and The cold weather is going to keep us indoors anyway but the summer was definitely a a weird summer for sure. So yeah actually the book that Coming out next summer my fantasy book it was supposed to come out at this past. October but may publisher. They she just they deemed Not worth the risk. She didn't want it to get lost in the shuffle of all this nonsense going on right now so the book so that it wouldn't get lost. She decided to push back. Which i think as much as disappointing as it is to wait that long. I think it was definitely the decision. Now did you create a website for space mantis. Yes space meant has does have a website spaceman to show. Don what can people find their. There's bios for the the actors there's links to The place they various places that you can find a podcast. There's on just a bit of information about the background about how it came to be and things like that great sounds good so it's face mantis and you can get it wherever you get your podcast and these days. It's an infant number to get them. It's that's part of the confusion but it you know for people like me. It's part of what you have to do so everybody gets a chance to listen to it. So great thanks for being on the podcast again and And best of luck to you and stay safe for the upcoming holidays. Thank you you too. Thank you so much for having me a lot of door. Thank you and thank you again folks listening to sci-fi talk until next time this is tony toronto. My dog just show hello. I'm doctor rodney. 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78 - Teaching Empathy, Self-Publishing and True Collaborative Spirit  with Beth Stafford and Jeremy Slagle

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54:36 min | 10 months ago

78 - Teaching Empathy, Self-Publishing and True Collaborative Spirit with Beth Stafford and Jeremy Slagle

"I really wrote it in one night. It just came to me. This idea of us had an started writing the rhymes and it just all came together and so for me. I often struggle with that. Like how do I teach someone else to do this? When I feel like the story was kind of a gift that was given to me. Hello and welcome to the future. Podcast my name is Greg Gun and I'm not only the producer of the show. But also your temporary intro reader during these strange pandemic times krizner usually talk about the episode upfront together but today it's just me you're stuck with me. I know I don't I don't like it either and we've got two guests on the show today a team if you will and together. They've written illustrated and published two successful children's books that shine a light on the importance of teaching empathy to both parents and their kids. These two solo share how they're truly collaborative spirit works the perks and perils of social media and the unintended benefits of pursuing that side projects. That you just can't stop thinking about if your parents a teacher or just curious about how publishing works. Then you're in for a wonderful treat and if you're none of those things don't worry about it stick around anyway because there's always something to learn. Please enjoy our conversation with Beth. Stafford an Jeremy Siegel the I just asses For you guys to introduce yourself and give us a little background as to who you are. I'm Beth Stafford I am a graphic designer professionally but I also have written some children's books on the side and so those books are called Chip Chinchilla and hip. Hooray Hippo. I'm Jeremy Siegel. I'm a graphic designer and illustrator. I do a lot of work in branding Always wanted to do. A Children's book illustrated Children's book. I had trouble reading when I was little. So picture books always resonated with me And I just love that style of illustration so Had an opportunity to work with Beth on it and we reintroduce successful kickstarter campaign. So that kind of brings us to where we are today. Yeah your latest kickstarter project. I think it's still ongoing right. It's done last night. Yeah Okay so you hit your pledge goals. That's that's amazing. Congratulations I thank you. Yeah so I have a lot of questions but I know that you were on a podcast. A friend of Mine Dan Gibbs so I don't WanNa retread I don't WanNa retread and if there's things that you talked about in other things Which haven't seen I don't WanNa go there either. So what makes the most sense for us to talk about because I have a thousand questions but you guys know more than I do like where this conversation? She'd go? Yeah I think there are two main things that have come from this project and one is just talking about empathy and the different ways that we can empathize with other people whether it be in their sadness or happiness and to us. That's probably the most important thing and the other thing that we've really learned is just how do you partner with somebody to work on something successfully and still like each other in the end no easy task? You laugh at his new easy tasks right. Yeah I would say the other thing is That might be worth touching on his kind of like the unintended benefits of doing a side project. Like this you know. Neither of US did this project to get rich. I mean we're basically covering the cost of books and shipping and and just doing it to do it. It's not this is not a neither of us. WanNa stop doing graphic design and and start doing children's books And so it really is a side project in a an up something that we just WanNa do for fun. But what's been really cool from an unintended side? Effects is Is that. I've had opportunities now to like speak at major conferences and workshops that I learned so many tools and tricks and tips and things that kind of pushed myself To Do to create the book that I had a wealth of information and now I'm doing workshops and it's been really really great so the things like that Have been you know things that I had anticipated but deep in beneficial. So that's great so that sounds like some Like three pillars in which we can use to guide US through this conversation. So I guess the first question a half reuse of all the things you could talk about wise empathy so important to either one of you or both of you. I think for me as a parent. I approach my parenting in a way that I'm thinking what is something that I find so important now as an adult that I can really see clearly how much it matters or what is something that I really struggle with that. I want to make better for my child moving forward and so when I saw my daughter starting to show signs of empathy towards others. I thought yes that is so important to me. I want her to look at other people and care about them and care about how they're feeling and be able to relate to them and so my initial golden writing. The book was just right for her to say. This is what I want you to be when you grow up. I want you to be a person who loves people well and so I wrote it and then I started talking to other parents. And they're telling me yes. I would love to have the story as well and so that gave me this confidence that there was a need for it that other parents also want to try to do the same thing. Take something simple like story but use it as a tool to bring about a greater good and hopefully give their kids the resources they need to be better adult grow up It sounds to me like your. Did your daughter inspire the story? Because you saw this trait in her. She did she would watch. Tv and like she would see tinker bell in a perilous situation and she would go. Oh No tinkerbell like I could see it in her face this. She was taking on the same emotions that she was seeing portrayed in the show and even now will be playing a game together and might turn won't go so well inch will say things to me like. I'm sorry Mommy I know that must make you feel really frustrated and I just think yes like. That's the way I want you to feel instead of only thinking about yourself. Yeah she'd probably make a great therapist one day. Maybe it's required to empathy. Okay so she. You're watching your daughter kind of a observing her as she interacts with the world. And that's a spark for an idea so you write the story houses story. I translated into a form that you can share with people. Did you post this as a blog or something? Something you told people I personally told people I would be sitting with a friend at lunch and I would say had this idea for a book. Do you care if I read it to you. And then I would read it to them and I would be able to see their expressions and see how they were taking it in. And so that's just basically what? I did very organically as I was sitting with people I would just bring it up and ask if they were interested to hear about it and every time people would say yes. I hope that you really make this book. Please really make this book which I mean you have to. I mean if you've ever watched American idol and you see people come on there who think that they're so great that they have a great voice and it's just because their parents encourage them. I mean there's always a part of you that things. Are you just saying you might this great friend but I genuinely thought it was a quality story that people really were connecting with so now? Let's connect this to Jeremy. Where does he come into the story? And and how does this begin Yeah so I'm really good friends with Beth's husband Ben and we were hanging out at a at the creative south conference probably three years ago now. hanging out at dinner and he you know sometimes we as designers show each other what we're working on our side projects and he pulled his phone up and he's like. Hey my wife wrote this really cute story. And I'm doing some illustrations for it. And he showed them to me and I was like aw. I was so jealous because I've always wanted to do children's book and so I I was like these are great. Ben These are really really good and they were And then we had Beth and Ben on my on my podcast about. I don't know six months later. Maybe a year later and I just we went out for tacos afterwards and I just said. Hey how's that that book going? And they kind of looked each other and then Beth looked over me. You want to illustrate it and I was just yeah I was taken aback a little bit. was not expecting that as an answer so Yeah so I was like yes. And she's like well. Maybe we should talk about like you know. It's probably not gonNA make a lot of money and it's probably you know we should probably talk to. Mike. No yes I I'm not. I don't really care about any of that. I just WanNa work with you on it. The story so great It I remember it really connecting with it when Ben shared it with me and I just I just wanted to do it so okay so bad. Take us to the trouble in paradise what happened. Oh you mean with men. Yeah you still marry right yes we are go. It was just really you know. It's things like people assume you have the skill set. He's an illustrator and so they assume that you can just do anything and really he would draw something and I'd be like that's perfect. That's what I yes that's great and he'd be like no. I don't it's not good for me. Then he would do something and I'd be like Oh but that's not quite what I had wanted and I think it got to the point where he felt like he was holding up the process because he wasn't getting it where he wanted it on his end and so at one point he's just like you know what. I just think you should find someone else and so I sat on that story for a year or more without having anybody to illustrate it and I knew it was just something I was going to have to wait for and save up my money and find the right person so when we connected with Jeremy Talking about always wanting to do a children's book I'm just sitting there like maybe I should just bring it up. I mean what's the worst thing you can do is say no? Okay okay so when your husband Ben tells you I think due to his perfectionist or whatever that is how did that make you feel when he said like? I think you need to find somebody else out there. It's a mixture of disappointment. Because I would love to be the next. What Stan and Jan Bernstein that would have been awesome to to be able to partner with him on it because he is so talented and I know that he would do a great job but there was also something freeing about that too that I didn't have to wait for him to fit it into a schedule or wait for him to get to a spot where he was happy with it. I could just take it and see if I could still make it a thing because I don't think he wanted to die and essentially that's probably what would happen if I was just continually waiting for him and he wasn't fulfilling his needs through the process. So you're disappointed But you I mean did it feel like well. At least you're telling me now some not just so this becomes some kind of bitter thing between the two because I didn't want to keep I think every time I'd say so are we gonNA work on that. I think he just felt a lot of guilt. And he didn't want that to be part of our experience with it and he and because we work in this field accretive field. We know there are so many talented people out there and a lot of them were friends with people that we know. And so if we were going to have someone do it. It's not like we wouldn't know where to start. It would just be a factor of who would be interested. And how would we afford it in all those different in details okay? So disappointment and then a year later turns into opportunity. And so you like. What do I have to lose vast Jeremy and secretly unbeknownst you manno? I wanted to do a project like that right. Yes so we can learn something here. It's like these kind of unspoken ideas that are left lingering. This is the classic formula for most Hollywood films. Right where one person needs say like. Don't leave the other person's like I just need your hugged me right now. And nobody does anything and then they split up and then reunite twenty years later. Luckily for you guys. I'M GONNA took a year to figure out and so you guys are working together. What's the working relationship like then awesome? That's like one of the most organized Just on the ball. People I've ever worked with in my life. I mean I am. I'm in some ways kind of like the typical designer where I'm just kind of like just designing stuff and throwing it out her and she's the one who's like okay. I'm going to make sure we have the ESPN number. I'M GONNA reach out for this. I'm GonNa make sure that you know and she and we've been using dropbox paper Because we live in an hour and a half apart so we use dropbox paper to kind of organize all of our stuff and make sure on the same page It's a great tool for that and But she's on it. She is just totally on it. She's been running all the social media for everything because she's also a talented designer in her own right She has the ability to take Basically my illustrations that were we have shared dropbox and then all of a sudden I see like all of these instagram post popping up where she's basically typesetting and writing headlines and drop in our characters into him and it's like it's just been a really great partnership in a lot of ways. Yeah I think what is a benefit to us is that we have a lot of similar standards like we have very high standards. We want this to be great but we have very different strengths. That help us achieve those goals. So it's not like we both have the same weaknesses and then we can't accomplish certain things. I think that because we complement each other. It really fills in those gaps we defer to each other a lot too. I mean if it's something that I feel passionate about she'll she'll usually defer to me and if if it's something I can tell she feels passionate about but we get along really really well. It's been a great partnership so it sounds to me like via distance space technology. And it's very relevant to what's going on right now. You guys were able to collaborate in a very seamless way and. I don't hear that many people who love dropbox paper as much as I do. So it's Kinda Nice. Oh there's another person that kindred spirits awesome in isn't it yes and and I know there are a lot of other options out there. But they're not intuitive there too many features and they just well we'll go. That's a story for a different date but it sounded like you were working in the kind of true collaborative spirit where images inspire lay out and layout inspires images and you guys are ping pong it back and forth and then this book is born. Yup Okay so I wanNA talk a little bit about how the kickstarter project went and assuming that was your first kickstarter project For the first book was Chinchilla. And what did you do to prepare for this What we're kind of the lessons that you learned from doing it and the pitfalls that you may or may not have stepped into we reached out to a lot of people. We definitely did our homework. There's loads and loads of blog posts and websites where people are basically saying. Here's some great rules to follow. Here's kind of some metrics. As far as how long your video should be or or you know just just different things to keep in mind for your messaging and St- st- signs of a or attributes of a successful kickstarter type thing so we followed all of that stuff but we also reached out to people that we've That we know and and and have run successful campaigns in the past and just listened and it was really helpful. Were there any strategies that you applied or things that didn't work out the way you expected either. Good or bad. I think we had a lot of our stuff together before we started. It wasn't like we decided we're going to run a kick starter and then if it got funded than we would do. The art sort of thing So we had a lot of work done before the kickstarter ever was launched. We were probably sixty or seventy percent done with all the illustrations We did a ton of work and I think part of it's because we knew between the two of us we just wanted to get a book printed and in people's hands and I remember Beth saying at one point in time. Listen if this thing doesn't get funded I'll just go out and get something printed so I have one in my hand And so the you know for us it was like we're GONNA do this book regardless it's this is right. WanNa do so Yeah so I think part for us was making sure. We had brought a viable product. We had it vetted we ran it through a bunch of people. We got some great feedback from people. We talked with child. Psychologists we talked with Children's book. CR- There are people out there that critique children's books and Wanted a local college here and she gave some feedback Some of which we took and And so it was. It was really great. And so yeah. A lot of it was reaching outside of ourselves for for help. Yeah so I I think I want to try to something that bet set earlier that sometimes your friends and your family will tell you what they think you want to hear. And you're not quite sure of. That's like something you could go to the banquet. So the idea of product validation kickstarter. I love because it's like. Is there a real demand for this thing or not? Resist it just five friends that love me. And that's what they want and I'll still do it. But and then you try it out and you never know what's going to happen. It could exceed your dreams or it could just fall short and be a little disappointing. But I think it's a great way for anybody has an idea to kind of test it. First and a great way to tests it is through kickstarter. Put your money where your mouth is. Let's see what happens now. I have to ask a couple questions here before I forget. Do either one of you have like a huge social following to kind of put behind this product so that it can get the attention that needs not on social media. Look at their faces. I could read it. No I actually have a private account. You'RE ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE. GonNa Talk to you about that in a second. Yeah I do it. I mostly just post pictures of my kid and there's some security reasons why I haven't on But I think most people wouldn't even really WanNa follow me I'm not posting work things to inspire. It's just mostly picks of rue so I haven't pride it's really don't have that many end. We created a totally separate account for people to follow okay to follow the book progress and so we could tell our friends about that. I would say Jeremy has a bigger following than I do but I don't think that he really well I'll let you talk about it yourself. I'm not a big fan of social media. I'll just be completely honest. I know I know I know strikes on you guys. I know who I'm talking to so I'm totally willing to hear it back from you but I'm not a big fan just because I feel like it's now I feel like I've gotten better about who I follow and I feel like it's just a giant gripe session and I it bummed me out sometimes. I. I don't need that in my life. I post work on it every once in a while I US- usually use it mostly for like posting blog posts that. I've got on my website to kind of draw people back to my sight my I spend more time on my website and then I do on Social Media. I ranked really really high on Google for some reason. I wish I can tell you how but I do Locally especially in in the area that. I do a lot of my work in so I just don't spend a lot of time there. I'M A dad. I've got to high school kids that are involved in theater and in the arts and in Farsi athletics and so like I. I'm constantly chasing after them. Usually you know after five o'clock it's phones down. We don't we don't. I'm not flipping through twitter. I just I just don't do it. I don't have time for it but I mean I do have a social media presence. It's there I couldn't tell you how many followers I have on any of them But I you know I'd say of all of them I. I like to hang out on instagram. The most just because I feel like people are nicer to each other and less griped about stuff and I'm just looking at at cool art at that point. So Yeah Yeah. Okay all right now without revealing our respective ages. I suspect we were both in the similar age group. Here Jeremy but Beth you look a lot younger so thank you feeling. I just get this feeling that the this stuff is for for young people but for older people. Nothing we're old but just older people we have to figure this stuff out because we're GONNA get left behind this digital divide. You guys both seem very social and outgoing. You talk about like being an hour and a half away but one of your best friends has been so you make an effort there and I think where social media has. Some problems is that people don't behave in the way that they do in real life. You would not walk up to somebody and say that's stupid you're dumb and shut the F. up or something. You just wouldn't do that because people are not that brave in public right but they hide behind the wall of anonymity especially on twitter. And and you're right. There is a general like negative pool on on twitter where people just rant on stuff because they feel free to express that and when they do more people like it so it just kind of rewards that whereas I think on instagram. It's a visual place and don't follow somebody if you don't like him and it's kind of. Nice to see a piece of work that is inspiring or to hear a message. That's uplifting horses show some compassion or generosity. But here's the danger where both of you or myself or maybe in if we don't pay attention to this kind of stuff because you'll see this happen. People of lesser talent will get the lion's share of the work in the attention. Where people like yourselves who have been in the business for awhile who are have integrity Who Do good work? Who who charge a reasonable rate and service clients? Well you're going to get forgotten about it just the way they tension works so I think learning to play the game is just as important as any other facet of your marketing or sales operation now. I think you're absolutely right. I think that there's a lot of truth to that. I just haven't been able to figure out how to integrate it get both Beth night. Our solar preneurs we. We both basically work by ourselves for ourselves. So you know everything from invoicing to writing Contracts we do everything soup to nuts so It's just for me. There's so much to do and then after hours. There's just so much that I can do with my family and I you know on the on the I. I hear what you're saying but for me personally. It's it's hard to figure out where that fits into my day right Seth Godin talks about this because people ask him about this all the time. I think he's written some like eighteen or nineteen bucks right. They ask them like what's what's the order. How do I do this? And because I want to launch my book is don't wait to build your audience until after you've written the book you should be building your audience before you even think about writing a book notably and this is really important and we can see this because when you guys went to start your kickstarter project. It's just relying on word of mouth or friends to help you push it because you don't have this audience that's hungry for your content but I also think there's another super valuable thing on social media and then I'll get off my social media. Soapbox which is you could be testing your ideas with them. Well like people think like why? Why do I make a certain video or make a certain piece of content? Because I'm always product testing all the time I put out an idea if there's a strong reaction positive or negative. It guides what I do next. No I one thing I will say is that we have the people that I do. Follow and the people that do follow me. I no and a lot of them are very active on social media so we got a ton of traction because people just loved our products so much that they shared it themselves and so we had a lot of influencers especially in the designing creative community. That just came out in spades when our books launch and share share it. Share it so you know anybody that knows anything about kickstarter knows that you don't just put it up on kickstarter and sit back and wait for it to happen. It is the people that directly follow you and maybe one generation beyond that that actually that actually purchases and so one thing has that has been nice also is that we gotten a lot more followers. Even though I don't push out a lot of content a lot of people have seen what we're doing and they are following me Which means I probably should start pushing more content. I WANNA see creative people do well especially you guys who are Solo preneurs. You're you have to play every role for like you said from marketing all the way through Here's here's the invoice. Sir Ma'am you know and you're doing it all and it's important when especially in times like this when the work starts to dry up and people start to get really pensive about spending more money. It's like whoever has the attention is is going to get the lion share of the opportunities. You can turn them all down but at least you have the option to turn people down. You're very you're very right and you are actually doing a former this already. Because you're making content via the PODCAST. Yes you're creating content to help people in their journey and your book. You could even argue that. Your book is a former content marketing. Yes right okay. All right so so you guys work together. It seems like two peas in a pod. There's there's no friction there zero. Everything's going swimmingly. You Launch Project. It's funded. Everything's Great. You put out the book now. You said something that I have to kind of circle back to. Which is. We're not looking to do this as a business. It's meant to be a side project. A passionate thing that goes against everything in my brain so I have to talk to you about that a little bit like you know. It's cool to do something you love. But wouldn't it be cool to do that forever? I'm not make a living doing it but I but I. I'm not sure I love doing children's books more than I like doing graphic design. So you know it really is something that to me. It's it's such a great message. I think if it wasn't the story that she had I'm not sure I would have gotten behind it like I did so. It really is about getting that message out and so you know in for me the what. I did do from a business standpoint as I looked at it and said what are the things I wanNA learn to do better illustrator? The skill set the skill that I'm lacking when it comes to being a good illustrator so I pulled mood boards and I did this. I did in the same way that I would pull. Movie Boards for a brand I did the same thing for Storybook designing children's book design and said how do I make illustrator work this way and so I did looked up tons of tutorials? Did lots of spend a lot of time on skill share taught myself some new skills and now those skills are great because I can integrate them into the other illustration and design work that I do. So that's the big. That's one of the benefits to me. It's not necessarily about making bank on it and all that to say we'd love to make bank on it. You know I I would love to I mean. I think it'd be great if one of the things we've talked about in the past and we've talked with Children's Book Publishing Folks. It would be if somebody called US up and said. Hey we love your books. We loved to publish this. And we'd love to be able to distribute it and get it in the hands of a million kids. That'd be great. We'd love to make some money doing that. But that's not been our motivation for doing it at all. Okay making notes here. Oh my gosh this is going to spin out of control so Beth did you. I mean would you be happy making illustrate books for for for children? I think I would enjoy it. I love children's books. That's the section I go into if I go into a bookstore like that's where I I go. I just love them and so I think I really enjoy it But I think for me I remember when I got my first graphic design job and I was being interviewed and my asked me what would be like my ideal job and I said I would love to just work for a nonprofit organizations and help them spread their message and she told me well. Good luck because they don't pay. I mean it was basically like a. that sounds Nice but reality. They don't have money to pay you too so I felt like this is a way where I can do something that makes a difference and yes might not be getting paid a bunch of money but it's fulfilling that need for me to use my skills and talents to do something that has a greater message because not every client is. GonNa give you that opportunity. Sometimes they're just selling soap. You know sometimes you just try to sell you something that is important but might not have a greater message to soap is just want to say right. Let's say that so is critical right toilet papers? Soap whatever okay we gotta keep it in times right okay. So so many things to think about here first thing is about passive income that I think one of the things that I try to like help people with is. It's nice to get paid to do what you love. It's even nicer to get paid when you're sleeping when you're eating when you're washing the car and it's it's the dream isn't it for eighty people like I made. This thing is so good. People keep paying the money for forever and that's really cool concept so if the book became that for you e- even if it wasn't a giant amount of money. Let's say a few thousand dollars a month. I mean what could you do with that? And what kind of freedom would that give you? So it's something to think about Jeremy said this thing about it'd be nice if a Polish came and swept you off your feet and said look. We'll sell a million copies for you. Let's just we'll take care of everything. You guys just dream up projects you like right so share a little story with you about ten years ago. I want to write a book. You know what to write about but I wanNA write a book and a friend of mine introduced me to Publish her Focal Press Which rights like really technical books but It just the standard for technical books too tolerant about say after facts are editing or something like that so I I got contact information in the first thing they do is send me a form. The teller pitch and give a sample pages. Tell us what the table of contents looks like. And that just made my brain melt. Because I'm not a guy who likes to fill in forms I just feel like God. This is not the right publisher for me so the idea publishing book dies and it's many many years later where I'm now doing this content on the Internet and people keep saying Chris will love what you say can you. Can You put together Bucknell? Man I don't WanNa do that so I was wrestling in my mind need versus want and feel free to chime in here where I don't want to write a book in for that reason to make a buck a only one to do it if there's a need for the book so hence the kickstarter project like I basically wrote ten pages and that was a mistake but and we asked people do you. Do you want to fund this or not and the it was overwhelmingly. Yes like we raise two and a half times our goal so like shoot to write the book. This is really what they what they want. So let's do that but here's the cool thing afterwards. A publisher reaches out to me. It's like we want to publish your book. So the whole thing has come full circle because we see that you have a following and that makes it a lot easier for us to gamble that this is GonNa work out because believe it or not. It's kind of like a hits industry. There's a lot of failures and it's a gamble for us every single time. Yup so that's another reason for you guys to be strong on social but let me let me ask you. This question about need versus want like you guys wanted to do this. No matter what see this is where my business like no? There's other things you could do. But okay so you guys talk about that a little bit. Go Ahead Beth. Unless you have nothing to say. Well Yeah because I think for me it was like I said it was just something I wanted to make for my kid and I believe that people would want it but even if they didn't I I wanted I wanted to give her something so to me. It was very personal and I think that's one reason why I've really enjoyed working with Jeremy. Because he also sees it as something personal it's fulfilling something personally for him and so neither one of us are really forcing the other one to do anything they don't feel comfortable with and and to me. It's just like a cherry on top that other people care it to you and to go back to what you're saying earlier one of the things that we've done is every penny that we've made when we've sold the books. Whatever was left over at the end of the first kickstarter every time. We've sold a book off our website. We just keep it all in a big fund and so we sold through our first printing of the first book and we just basically decided. Let's let's roll it into buying a second printing of the first book and now we we offer it offered it on the kickstarter as you can buy the set because we already got the other ones printed but I think for us. It's not about not wanting to make money off it. I don't want it to come across saying that we don't WanNa make money off of it. We do it would be great But it's just not our primary motivation for why we did it in the first place. I would love for people to to find the book. I would love people by the book I'd love for us not to have to go through a publisher and be able to sell it direct all day long. That would be great for us And so you know. I don't want to come across sounding like I don't see this. As an entrepreneurial. Opportunity is just not the main motivation for why we did it as far as need versus. Want like I have plenty is far. As my business goes I celebrated ten years of doing design in illustration on my own and I couldn't ask for a better job I couldn't ask for a better situation. I've I've been really blessed in that way so for me. I also I don't really have any intention of making any bigger than I. I like it just being me and so for me. It's like it was an opportunity to do something to kind of get something off my chest or get something that. I just really wanted to do out in in. It's always been something that I've worked on in the margins. It's something that like bath and I'll talk about it and nothing will happen. For four months. And then all of a sudden she starts getting pencil sketches off my ipad pro and procreate filling up in her inbox and she's like Whoa. We're come from you know so it's been a project where it fills the gaps. When I have some time I was on a walk with my wife this morning and I said you know what I really realized about myself is to me. It doesn't matter you know when I look at my to do list whether it's a high paying job a medium paying job or even just something. I'm doing for myself whether it's you know cleaning off my server and and you know are updating my website like I have to have something to do and so for me. It filled that gap of something to do when work slowed down. Our clients weren't getting back with me very interesting time for a quick break. We'll be right back a spin burns from the future here. If you don't recognize my voice you might know me from our Youtube Channel as the friendly Guy. The big eared. Yep that's me listen. The futures mission is to teach a billion creatives. How to make money doing what they love without feeling gross about it and let's be honest. Historically we creative types are great at producing the work but not so great at running the business especially when it comes to things like sales marketing and money. I know personally I used to struggle with all of those now. Fortunately for you though we have a slew of courses and products designed specifically to help you. Run Your Business Better. These are tools like the complete case study and the perfect proposal. These things are there to help you. Attract new clients and then wow them with thorough and professional presentation. Now you can go. Even deeper with one of our business courses like project management how to find clients and the intensive business boot camp checkout over courses in products about running a creative business by visiting the future dot com slash business. We'll come back to our conversation with bet. Stafford and Jeremy Slagle. Okay so if you're just joining US tuning in for whatever reason jumping in late or whatever. I'm talking to Jeremy and Beth and they wrote two books. One is called Chinchilla and the others hip. Hooray Hippo delegate. That right yes okay. So I know you just said it'd be great to have a publisher and then you don't WanNa publisher but I'm just going to say yeah. Well maybe we'll edit that other part out but I'll just say hey if you're a publisher listening to this and you want to really get your hands on onto amazing products like these children's books that Jeremy and Beth have worked on and you want to help further their endeavor. I'm sure they'd be open to having a conversation with you. I just wanted to say that. Yes thank you okay. Let's talk about the third thing Because I'm looking at the time here. the third thing. I want to talk about is the unintended benefits. You write the book and so what happens after what. What didn't you plan on that's happening? That's really cool for me. I've had several opportunities to take the book to school or a library and I just get to read it in. Talk to kids about it. One of the things we did is we put questions in the back of the book that enable teachers and parents to be able to ask questions to kids to get them thinking about empathy. And so I get to do that in person and that has been the greatest joy. I love seeing videos from people who have given it to their kids and their kids are memorizing it because it's very simple when it rhymes and so kids can read it a few times and then they get it and I love seeing these little kids reading this book out loud. There's just so much joy in seeing the actual kids who are being impacted by the book and then just hearing stories from parents who say this has actually been really helpful for walking our family through a difficult time or this is great talking to my students in my class because I need a resource and how to talk about being kind in caring about people and so not only. Do I get to do that but I also get to talk to kids about creativity? I had this idea to make a book. I've loved writing since I was a kid and so I didn't give up and I had this idea in. It's a good idea in. You shouldn't give up if you have ideas and things like that so there's just so many facets of encouraging teaching end even just learning from the kids that I'm talking to that has been so rewarding. You know I have to point this out. You have a great Speaking smile voice. I'm sure audience can hear this and I can see you and smiling the whole time. She's talking so I think you you would make an excellent person to read the book so I have a question for you. Is there an audio book version? Already there is not an audio book. Shoot what are you waiting for just to be able to hear your voice? Read it and kind of bring the worst alive. There's the word that's inside or the sound that's inside your head but then I think that'd be great and since you like doing that why not just read the buck. That's a great idea. Yeah so here's my second question. What about a book Writing Workshop for Kids? That has also a great idea. Well you know it's it's really hard I think I know there are authors. Who say when they write something. It's like it's begging to be written and it's almost like an idea is given to them and they have to get it out And that's kind of how this book was for me. I didn't sit and link Labor over how. What kind of a story could I write? It was almost like I really wrote it in one night. It just came to me this idea of US had Chinchilla and I started writing the rhymes and it just all came together and so for me. I often struggle with that. Like how do I teach someone else to do this when I feel like the story was kind of a gift that was given to me and even though I've written a second one and there's a third one that could happen maybe someday it's it wasn't as though I I had a structured plan on how to do it I knew the idea I wanted to convey. I love Alliteration so chin up Chinchilla and hip. Hooray Hippo and things like that are things that I love but I think I always struggle knowing how do I turn into a teachable moment on how to do what I did when I'm not even sure how did I do? Okay I can help you son listening to this. I'm a what if your first prompt was. Pick an unusual animal and and give your animal name using alliteration right and then give that animal and emotion that you're feeling sometimes and then that's like three. You know three eighths of the way there. It's like up Chinchilla and it's dealing with sadness or empathy or whatever it is and then and then all stories need this. Well let's invent that And then that's the conflict and they have to kind of solve that problem. It doesn't have to be a great thing but just to get children to think about writing stories and it just have to be amazing work of art you know. This is kind of cool and I could do one thing. That was very fun is when I went to one school. I gave them a prompt. Like write a letter to the Chinchilla telling them about a time that you play the Chinchilla help because what we tried to do in. This book is take kids through all different kinds of scenarios that could cause sadness pain being afraid being disappointed and so I got all these letters from kids. Dear Mr Chinchilla. I'm so sorry to hear you lost your pet. One time. I lost my cat and I couldn't find him and so in writing letter. They were forced to think about the times where they experienced those same things so it really was an exercise in empathy. But I love what you're saying and I think because you gave me the idea I I owe you a cut of any proceeds those workshop. Well to make sure that the cut is meaningful. I'm going to have to help you with the Business Park because you guys love to just do stuff and maybe money happens. Maybe it doesn't but we'll talk about that later. Okay so Jeremy Allen turn it over to you. What are some of the unintended consequences or benefits doing this? Yeah when we were putting together our rewards packages. We kind of had a book. And so we're like well. We could offer like stickers with the book in the first book One of our main characters has a blanket. And it's a hedgehog so it's a little tiny animal and it has a blanket and we ran into someone from Jack Princeton. They're like you know we print bandannas so we actually have a Bandanna that went with the first book is one of the Rewards. That looks like a little blanket. It's super cute. But anyway as we were going through and thinking through our rewards and what offerings. We do Best like why. Don't you know you've learned a lot through this? Why don't you offer up like a workshop and online live workshop so we did that and got got a few takers on it and so I realized like Oh crap like I'm not just going to show up and be like. Hey what am I going to do so I? I spent days like days putting together. This walk through like. Here's here's what how you use all strata brushes. Here's how you make them with ink and brushes and sticks and twigs and all that and then I presented it and I got so much joy from presenting it I actually had a total blast And the people that that did it online said me and you just ought to do something with this and I was like yeah. I probably should considering how many hours I spend into it to give it wants so I just found a vocal space here in town and put it out there and last summer I packed a house and gave a workshop and it was great. It was it was awesome. I love being hands on. I like being in the room with people And we just got our hands dirty with paint and did the workshop and then. I've had lots of opportunities to do that. I've done it at a conference in Dallas last year. I did it at a design school here in Ohio earlier this year and I'm already booked to do some this this coming summer so long as things stay open so but that to me has been like just as fun as doing the book itself Very good I wanNA share a business concept with you guys. Of course. We're going to do this. I'M GONNA share business concept with you now I just Would given this metaphor from watching video the other day so it was very recent and so it makes sense so I want you guys to look at the book as the hub. The hub of a wheel. It's your pillar content. It's your best calling card. It's the ultimate destination for all the things that you do. And then there's these spokes that come out of the hub of the wheel that support it and keep everything together. And they support each other so the spokes could be The brushes that you've created and you could sell those separately thirty. Am and you're like okay. Perfect and then. There's the audio book. And then there's the talks and how you launch a kickstarter project blog posts and then there's the line of merchants stickers and everything that you can think of just that the more spokesman the better because each one drives it to the hub and the hub drives it back out and it's a wonderful ecosystem. If we're talking of businesses that would be a business ecosystem now. I thought that one of the best examples of this is Martha Stewart so Martha Stewart Does a show and she writes cookbooks and she has a catering or she used to and then she has housewares and then the books sell the TV show which sells the books which sells the house goods. And it's just this perfect thing that just keeps going around kind of like an infinity So if you look at your business like that it's pretty cool when you start to design things that all work In in that kind of in cohesive way so okay great it sounds like you guys are doing all kinds of things so for some people who are listening to this. This might spark an idea. And then look for your pillar content. Look for the parts that you can break away from this I'm just curious. Have you taken pages the book or assets or characters or just components and posted those on social yes Great and what's been the reception to that lots of likes and shares Do they ever follow through? Like hey I I need to get this thing. They haven't really been things per se yet so the Basically just been illustrations Just kind of showing work. But we haven't really offered anything besides the book and a couple of rewards but I like the idea of sticker packs and some other things that we could kind of create in that in that world. That'd be great. Yeah I'm sure you guys can come up with some super creative ideas just to kind of extend that universe out a little bit like your your whole blanket. Bandanna things like that's really cool and the Dick Beth questions came up with that to write the letter to the Chinchilla or the questions for teachers or parents to ask their kids about it so the book lives on so I I love picture books too and I. I have some kind of nostalgic fondness for them because when I was growing up I was like looking at these things. I just love the smell of paper the way the sound of the pages folding and maybe I had some really great teachers too. Who like you know when I was just a little dude? Gather around and she'd open up the book and she'd read it to us and it just felt like it came to life. So there's a fondness for that and in this time where everything's moving towards digital I think is kind of kind of a nice throwback like tangible analog things are still very precious to us so I wouldn't encourage you guys to keep doing this. I'd love to hear about the third book that you're probably already doing because the trilogy is always Nice. Right in how it is. You always have to finish that. But we come right off the kickstarter campaigns like let's take a breather now. Yeah we feel like we just ran a marathon to be completely you know there is. There is one. There is a third book That's been written so That's kind of been our intention all along so maybe at some point we'll be right either right. There just makes sense for the box set. I've just thinking in threes. That way right. Yeah there's so many emotions people have that you need to relate to and understand so I always think it's valuable okay. So I'm almost out of time. Here is anything else that you guys want to talk about. Before we have to say goodbye I would say the crux of what this has taught us. Is that there may be something that you've really really really want to do. And it might not necessarily make sense And it might not even be something that you see as being this this massive entrepreneurial thing but putting it out there and just seeing what happens is really encouraging especially when people come through for you and that's been really really really encouraging for us up on the first book we got funded in five days. We had set some money aside fully intending to push across the finish line if we had to and we had funded in five days so that was really exciting for us so I would just encourage people. If you've got a great idea and it's something that you feel like it's inside you need to get it out get it out like put it out there and don't be discouraged if it takes some time like you were saying that example of your book like you had a moment. It didn't feel right and now you found yourself in a different place where things are clicking in. It makes more sense than it's better. I think for me working with Ben on the book. I wasn't sure if it was ever going to happen. I had to wait but in the end. I'm so glad I did. I can't imagine this book looking any different than it does. It's perfect for what I wanted. I think it was totally worth the wait so I can say that now. Being on the other side of the weight where it's actually come to fruition but Just don't get discouraged if things are clicking right away because someday they will click if it is a good idea. And you don't give up on it. I think good ideas like this giant pimple. Eventually GONNA come out one way or the other and just let it go into ignore. It's fine love it. Here's a visual for you guys. Okay I'm GonNa ask you guys a question and I want you to like I'm going to ask the same question of both of you. So Jeremy you're GonNa go first and then Beth and I want a one word answer okay and I want you to say like as fast as you could say. I want you to think about it too much to do this. Preamble so you guys ready to various questions. So Jeremy you're going first and then as soon as you finish. Beth you're going to say say your answer okay. What has doing this book done for you. In one word joy joy is also mine. Were JEREMY WHO? I've seen a look other than a smile face. I'm just saying okay so it's brought joy to you. This is fantastic. Okay now where can people go to order the book Either either book or is where do they go? Happy Cargo Books Dot Com happy cargo. Books DOT COM. Is that your own your L. Yes we actually started a official company just so we could publish these books and so we knew we did the first one that we likely have a second coming and so we didn't want it to make it up. Chinchilla dot com so we branded the company and created happy cargo books. Well thank you guys very much for coming on the show. Thank you again for having us. We really appreciate it a Beth. Sounds like you're you're dealing with a little cough too and Guys that just stay safe. It's crazy stay indoors okay. Don't touch any as much as possible and Wash Hands Thirty Times. Okay guys take care thanks. I'm Jeremy and you're listening to the future. Thanks so much for joining us in this episode. If you're new to the future and one or more about our educational mission visit the future dot com you'll find more podcast episodes hundreds of youtube videos and a growing collection of online versus and products covering design and business and we spell the future with nosing feature. 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Off The Record: Nikki's New Kitties + Embarrassed Joe

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Off The Record: Nikki's New Kitties + Embarrassed Joe

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The Bitcoin Podcast #267

The Bitcoin Podcast

1:32:24 hr | 1 year ago

The Bitcoin Podcast #267

"Dan So it's how do we value. How do we put value on our time? It's very interesting conversation goes down to are you do like Justin. Timberlake in your value is time time that's true. Don't Dong Dong that movie good I. I can't decide whether or not I liked that movie. I think it would have been great if Justin Timberlake wasn't in it no the thing of amazing movie if he wasn't in it in maybe walking Phoenix was and that other girl wasn't in it and maybe <hes> other rented shake with big is was justin. Does us no wrong. That's unfair. You can't be like a lot better if you took out peewee Herman and added Daniel day-lewis you with every movie entering podcast break. They see holy these guys they have this big point. Maybe hey everybody welcome to the Bitcoin podcast episode number two sixty seven and I haven't I sussman cello that is not this Chinchilla Aka a captive backslap. That's the first does is all right the black slap backslap backslap because he said Black Slap You Watch that she take Aka Captain Backslap is his name on slack and he keeps changing it too ridiculous shit like this. I am host number three core petty. What's up I didn't even I have to say I'm host number two? They'll jump Hook Tuck yourself all right. I'm host number two Dmitri <unk> Aka black sauce now now we go to you core Dr <unk>. I one longest. I introduction ever seve Chinchilla. Weren't you come up with that. Why why did you shoes that or do you come up with these names? I don't know there's not much thought slides like like it when new New People coming into the slack and they don't know that I'm host number one so they have to figure it out so the only way that you can piece together that we're the three houses is actually spent time in the slack and engage with us no more this joining saying hi and then leave no more of this joining saying you're a big fan of the show and then leaving. Maybe I don't know slacks a little little hard on people. It's heavy at times you come in at the wrong time. You're coming into a hot extra weird conversation a some some weird stuff that eight crypto or like super technical stuff like a defenseman yeah it you coming in hot especially on the random general. I think I changed. The topic topic to this is the place where taboo does not exist shelf your scruples <unk> group. That's what I change the top your scruples popular channel. I think it's the most popular Channel People People WanNA act a fool on the Internet I it's been status because status is like a a broadcast system so public channels is anyone could subscribe to any public channel and say whatever they want and and the default public channel is just Hashtag status people like I'd say three to four times a day. That channel just gets a high high Jimmy H._i.. Someone someone of the Channel Says Hi and then they never oversight other word again high or strange people are human behavior man this is we ran. This is <hes> I mean I feel like random is composed of everyone who was a chat room hero in the late nineties or the early in the mid nineties. I mean there's people leave comments on porn videos which I'll never understand but era out of there in my life dude. It makes you feel so uncomfortable. Here's here's a here's a question. This actually Kinda brings us into the CRYPTO is <hes> so the Internet allowed for people to leave comments on you porn videos right. That's that's weird. It's real weird thing to do. Very people breathe. Oh stable like there's conversations that happened in the shelves up thumbs down the comment right curate and what happens when you introduce money they're like what's the weird stuff that because I thought that was like the freedom of information for you could people can put what they won on the Internet and anyone could see it in comment on it and like that social movement the web two point. Oh it made eight a bunch of weird stuff and a lot of weird social behavior that humans are going to do because they're humans and that is just mation what happens when when it's money because like the creek blockchain in whatever ends up becoming is the freedom of money separation of church state. Whatever you WANNA call at its money in? He's not church and state. They'll get that we're not bringing that. They should severe whatever so what happens like what what's the weird staff because it's GonNa get weird. Humans are going to humans especially when they're more anonymous and they feel like they can do whatever they want to do without repercussions what's the what's the porn comment of money good question ocean. That's a shower thought all right tweet that to us. What's the what's the porn comment of money the what is the porn comment of money? I don't even think they'll understand what that means. It didn't ask somebody who comments on a tax I._D.. Number like damn. That's a lot of money. What did you do deserve three point eight bitcoin? What's going on here like odd behavior Savior <unk> someone leaving comments on porn is just an odd human behavior right that you would never do if you if there were few knew they were consequences like social consequences people knowing you do that what you do in your room in the dark? What's the money version of that? That's not like of course like by drugs or was it financed so weird the weird legal behavior that people do with money making weird Bethlen Auger now because anyone can do that leads to like you know that whole wisdom of the crowd thing if it's accessible you could you could end up with like decent predictions on things that might make things that can happen in the future if enough people do that at the stuff theft. I mean odd things in order. I think maybe betting was probably GonNa be the depth of like how weird gets like <unk> abetting mixed with yeah they they could be could hit the nail on the head because that that could be the death of the weirdness it gets I gave you bet on Rando. People's attractiveness in there was like a sweet sixteen like <hes> tournament of the attractiveness of Ranchos and then you bet on that that would be weird to me that'd be weird human behavior but I could see it happening and I could see crypto empowering that weirdness well Ah. I don't think we're GONNA have even come up this idea because think about like you wouldn't even think about the concept of leaving a comment on video before probably before social media like what was the first time you could leave a comment on a video anybody that I I i. I don't think that was the first read it. Maybe I WANNA say what you to you. WanNa say it was youtube. I don't think it will where there was no other platform where you could up what video for a mass audience you're right not to upload a video to like your website and hosted and make it it was not add. I guarantee it's not you do but I think massively on Youtube Coupons Zanga. Thank while there's a there's a red threat subra that cult roast me and if you burn a person a big enough they can tip you in goal so essentially you're getting rewarded voted for making fun of so publicly openly who thought of unity thing like for people come together digitally to talk about some some piece of content is a product of like up to point out not I agree and so when the was coming about it's early days the thought of doing these things was ridiculous so like trying to think like that far forward in terms of the Internet of money. I don't know what humans are going to be doing or like how we use. The stuff that's going to be like normal to our grandkids are kids. I think one of the biggest like <hes> the biggest but maybe biggest areas of utility for CRYPTOS GONNA be like virtual reality augmented reality kind of stuff is that that threshold between what's virtual wants real in how we can use crypto to Canada. I Dunno embolden that threshold. I don't think bowls were looking for but in this is going to be some stuff they're going to be an area area there. You can play with on on this podcast today. The crypto I guess Youtube show got me thinking about like old stuff that I used to talk about and help how people have part of what I talked about was like creating micro economies so people can basically live the life they'd like to lead as opposed to the drone workday currently do to get working nine to five to get a monthly month a paycheck or biweekly paycheck. Whatever and this technology allows you to vitually stream payments so that right now we get paid monthly because it's too expensive to stream or to have a final resolution right based monthly payments monthly salaries got started as because it was too expensive too cumbersome to pay someone for days Labor? It was just much easier to keep track of by saying you make this much monster work during that month will pay once for that fed amount so you'll have pay like the fees associated with the disbursement once a month as a company <hes> as the technology is getting better terms of money we could do more that resolution it gets better and so you can start to stream money and because of that the way in which you work and how you work is going to change drastically that nine to five already is losing traction with Baliles but when you have the ability to get paid paid appropriately with however you'd like to work than that Zilog exacerbate the issue and so like how people live their lives and make money doing so to sustain themselves is gonna be very drastically basically different in the future yeah what it is now. People aren't GonNa go to work. I couldn't really more like automation is going to ravage the way we value value shit. I mean it's it's it's really going ravaged part value on because robots do a better and they're gonNA consistently do better. So how do we value. How do we put value on our time? It's very interesting conversation. That goes down to you. Are you do like Justin. Timberlake in your value is time that's through Don Don Don inge. was that move good i. I can't decide whether or not like that movie. I think it would have been great if Justin Timberlake wasn't in it no amazing movie if he he wasn't in it in maybe walking Phoenix was and that other girl wasn't in it in maybe <hes> other red-headed shake with big is was justin does no wrong. That's unfair that you can't be like you know what I've been a lot better. If you took out peewee Herman and added Daniel day-lewis you could do that with every movie I agree. That's pretty drastic there but I agree Justin Timberlake was the weak point. Yeah I mean he's because Justin Timberlake just can't act he tries he could seeing really well. He can marry attractive women really well. Through cadets hand funny funny music videos can't enact in he tried it though I think Joaquin Phoenix would have been great for that role I think Mel Gibson in green suit so they could make them look younger woman great in that role at him but could the premise Thomas amazing movie amazing all right cool next review interview time isn't next topic. How could you invent next topic? The cows do one hundred zero for us so <hes> yeah so his injury he really is in. Hello whereabouts a dive into another interview. A bitcoin podcast interview <hes> feels good that bring these back in or regularly and you know what we're just gonNA jump right into. We have a wonderful guest by the name Sam Reducue and she is well. I'll I'll let her introduce herself. Also so so where you from what you trash on me and that's right the floor is yours. Weight is now okay. We have a little just give me just one second and I'll do proper proper the proper Bitcoin podcast way. Just a second cello knows what's coming. Though music comes over weight oh I I got not silence Muslim because the production levels high here okay it's not working my rap air horns not working ear- ear- so good and introduce yourself and let rip and we're going to have some good conversation. Oh Yeah Okay so I probably chromosome won't tell you all lynn but I mean generally between San Francisco <hes> East coaster by by where I grew up <hes>. I don't know I've kind of interesting story with the Serial Entrepreneur I actually would create the game world <hes> as a kid growing up with my brothers so we'd like you know just take part in back together. <hes> I would lesson to so craft but kind of started studying gaming in college <hes> so I I I guess is like an anthropologist convinced the department to let me live in a virtual world called second life in two thousand nine. I was like running a virtual t-shirt shop <hes> and treating on that and that's kind of white for Ray the world of digital inverse virtual assets and bitcoin particularly <hes> I went onto found a few companies not necessarily directly into the space until fourteen when I co-founded a company called Chronicle and we had a very broad mission on it was generally we just represent nonfinancial assets blockchain so we started with this sort of kind of like wacky facing <hes> questionable sneakers so Jordan's and ease and registering them <hes> I on the Bitcoin blockchain and then on a theory and then kind of letting people authenticate then <hes> and trade them and then other other <hes> supply chain or trading at work and the company is now focused mainly in pharmaceutical industry so you know I I've now moved onto realizing where my stupid I just eating in evangelizing technology <hes> working with people around world to understand it and how it will play not just to their organization but their daily lives <hes> so I wrote this book. which is you know hopefully when it's called bitcoin pizza the no bullshit guide to blockchain and it it comes out on August Twentieth <hes> and that's about it? That's where I am right now. In my life were worse the the bullshit title come from have we been fed bullshit. I I mean and again I come. I said the past fear or five years in space mayor on the enterprise side of things and so you know the the people that are were your into blockchain not bitcoin <hes> and so in that world or at least in the world or my vantage point of south that there is a lot of misinformation or at least a lack of education so it'll be people who have maybe heard from their bosses or maybe from their kids who are trading crypto you know about this this blockchain bitcoin stuff and they may be <hes> you know C._N._B._C. or they'll see the mainstream media but they don't have enough knowledge or <hes> frankly time two to spend the time like digging and figuring out why this is applicable to them or why the things that they might be hearing in the mainstream media are <hes> you know sensationalized so yeah I mean the no bullshit was was mainly mainly one. I can't beat Shit so even when I was <hes> an fulltime in my own company I stayed pretty. I tried to be unbiased in terms of not promoting any particular protocol or or way of doing things because they think we're all still learning here and we're all building and we're all in it's it's still relatively early nascent <hes> and at the same time <hes> very vibrant so so yeah I mean I just wanted to try my best to provide an unbiased take on the ecosystem and not necessarily from the perspective of here's the technology phonology here's how it works and we're going to deep dive on proof of work for prove sake but here is here the larger cultural and and social and economic and political shifts that laid the groundwork for a change in a way that we think about exchange in the way that we think about value and why is that important and why is that going to impact everyone whether you are aware of it or not or whether you believe that it will or not it's already happening woods wom- The thing that you could like discernibly say is bullshit about the curtain right now and you can name names that you want to were not against that could say this. This person says bullshit or this is bullshit heard from. I have a lot of strong opinions in this area so we love a cons. Twenty twenty seventeen was crazy time so I think a lot of the you know all coins or protocols <hes> we're probably bullshit. I think I have a hard time with permission networks and and I talk about it in the book <hes> I don't really we offer my opinion in the because they went for people to figure that out of fell but you know in my personal experience with my company and I watched as it in a different direction based on the requirements of you know or largely enterprise customers in the pharmaceutical industry what they essentially did we tried our best to keep it as decentralized it's possible in deploying a network and having you know all of these companies <hes> kind adjoining note operators but it wasn't deficiently the centralized in my opinion and it just made me start thinking you know what are the nature of these enterprise. <hes> implementation should be be tracking lettuce on a blockchain. Is that even a real use of the technology or is it just ridiculous and you know that that's definitely one area where at call bullshit the name calling it. I'm coming from the perspective and I got myself. I wasn't my vision for the company but it was certainly the customers vision for the company <hes> and to see that level of you know again is just that is not a good use of the technology so what about supply chains they've been proposing implemented using blockchain for years in fact we've had people on back in two thousand sixteen talking about it and when we refer to a blockchain enabled future. I mean how house what are we talking has the prior to slow. Oh my company is in supply chain or the one company founded and they're doing very well. <hes> I think in terms of the potential for inter-business commerce within an industry and particularly Supply Chain Chore It's Great I mean if you really get into the meeting so with the these executives and <hes> they don't want to import level level. They're looking to have God mode. They're looking there is still kind of this. <hes> which there shouldn't that goes against the <hes> you know the the dominant paradigm their beliefs of of of this ecosystem and that's not all of that and again that was y you know my company conical took longer because we just centralization and we we want to offer anyone including chronicled itself to have the the ability to have a god mode and supply chain but but I think when I think about or at least like how I think about <hes> were generally you know cryptocurrencies Currency Valley blockchain I think on a more abstract level so broadly the centralization as a concept or <hes> yeah I so like the example supply team that I give <hes> I just gave a talk to the manufacturing industry Thailand. was you know hero. These people and they're like our industries are changing. We're shutting out factories under you know and tracking checking their goods and a blockchain short might make things more efficient or more transparent but it's really not going to change anything <hes> but really when I if we look let's just move again. Like what does the centralize manufacturing look like you might not own the centralized factory in one single placement shifting all over the world to a distribution remember to <hes> you know someone's home or office will actually it'd be per Nathan things in a hyper localized on demand fashion. That's just the way that other technologies are being like <hes> creating cocaine additive manufacturing <hes> et CETERA and so if you're thinking about running <hes> on a you a blockchain be at work where Payments Center friction lists and their you know a fraction of a payment is going to the machine a fraction and going to the local facility where it's held and maintain a fraction back to the brand so I you know you can imagine the pre doing a global drop and instead of people lining up at places like a limited inventory. Maybe there's a limited amount of designed files that are lock in a three to make a tissue <hes> and on the payments are all going seamlessly act to the owners and so you know your business not when I said to that cheating on the mentally but it won't go away I mean maybe just been own a fleet of these chains globally distributed and you're getting fractional payment and sent back to you organization <hes> and so we can look beyond just like machine manufacturing I think that's happening in every industry and the nature of work in and how even people think about organizing and are they you know committed on a salary we basis one organization for the contributing and more food <hes> way to multiple projects. That's kind of more free flowing payments and and things like that yeah it's it's I think blockchain tech is great for software is great in for Internet based companies. It's it's GonNa it's going to be a tough leap to get a use case in other anything other than money for other businesses yeah I guess he called brick and mortar brecon. This is because I've I've worked with a lot of businesses now now and businesses messy and some of the some of the <hes> some of the benefits that blockchain has that are great for the Internet and great for that ecosystem are not good for brick and mortar businesses like <hes> one of my head would be irreversible transactions. That's a that's a bad thing especially in the world of of business because you know businesses messy I mean you'd need a way to arbitrate retreat like some something to say. I I gave you too much money or you know you didn't give me enough money or there's there's got to be a way to those transactions and it sucks but the reality so have you so right I mean on the level again even in the businesses that and I don't want need not pessimistic. I'm very about it but you know if you think about where a lot of <hes> the existing businesses like large businesses enterprise businesses and where they are in terms of dealing with their legacy system <hes> in legacy processes a lot of them are still even contemplating the shift from like on Prim to cloud or you know these buzzwords digital transformation or they're still emailing pedia around and so this is a more on like the blockchain side and not you the <hes> the side it's how do you expect to come in with this technology and tell them you know great. This is part of your digital transformation strategy when they're still using tedious awesome and don't really have normalized data so I mean I do think it'll take the fundamental shift and how people think about doing businesses and we'll probably see a whole new <hes> groups that are all forming now and have been over the past you know five ten years or so that are thinking building from scratch and thinking through you know. How did you business within the new context as opposed to retrofitting systems that are you know so so stock in a previous landscape? There's all point I seem to be stuck up the word bullshit but what is the king of all Bullshit Tokens that you unnoticed in the last the twenty seventeen hysteria. That was the old bull market. I I don't have any specifics I don't want to. I'm trying to think now opin again the energy. I know what if I would've we flipped it and I say what are what is the one of the best ways of blockchain can change society for the better good. I mean just say the Bitcoin. It's again crazy when you have I had a great conversation with someone today about the challenges in the enterprise and he said this freeze blockchain day bitcoin by night <hes> and I sound very run one a lot of the people to I when I got while with the company I co-founded we're coming from like kind of a Bitcoin maximus perspective and yet the company ends up in this like weird permission network enterprise sort of thing <hes> but I think the the irony is a lot of these dates companies unease <hes> you know their employees. They're doing pilots right pilot pilot after pilot on you know use cases that are probably not the best use of the technology but yet like these employees the team members are incredibly intelligent and and on the side or at night you know basically bitcoin maximalist and I can't validate this other than just <hes> kind of word of mouth or side the so twenty seventeen. We're say it's not even about some token because I think a lot of ideas that were proposed and you know all of these white papers and all of these concepts that will probably happen in the next ten years. Some of them were just like total bullshit and if you've read the you know got into like the technical feasibility or even the social engineering required to <hes> make something like that happen it just wouldn't be possible and yet then you just Kinda fell the tokens make a lot of money but you know I think the one pride in true <hes> you know network that have been operating ten years <hes> Bitcoin and so I do you know in say that's the flipside yeah operating under attack pretty much all of the ten years I'd say for the first year maybe Bitcoin flew under the radar with no militias actors but I think impasse about twenty five people. Somebody was trying to take advantage manage so right. I mean this is I think the whole ecosystem may be got a little bit too big for its bridges. Maybe put the cart before the horse like let's stick with money and better and then we can build on top of that. Let's not try to like build the whole damn industrial revolution. It's like let's just take it one step at a time but I have a lot of people that would disagree with that so so I would agree again even the evolution of of my own business and we we ran the company more like a lab in twenty fourteen fifteen we were just you know banging out miss cases not in the sense of doing pilots that was never the goal <hes> we always were towards you know productized able use cases but even if he worked in in a safer side of things like it was about trading it was seen <hes> and this is kind of before the concept of an N._f.. She was was really coined or or articulated. Oh it was either direction that even with the pharmaceutical critical network called Roger that is <hes> live now. It's a financial revenue management <hes> applications to automate the charge back which is complicated transaction that occurs in the pharmaceutical suitable industry other industries so I feel like it's fine like being brought together with this team of okay you to figure out in create on financial use cases or really technology with physical objects and of course the director of financial guys of the market correcting itself. Were there is over Dude Agra. It's like we can't be everything and anything which is <hes> community and twitter how we got a lot of time and it was like a woman wearing a styrofoam pot <hes> like a hat made of ars among the people when new technology out they for everything they tried to use it for everything to find what it's really good for in that case like packing or keeping or one <hes> or whatever <hes> and I think that you don't just the ecosystem groom really wants it reached like mystery <hes> and not fully mainstream but at least like kind of the mass media awareness <hes> and that's when the bullshit started for me I mean I feel like there is a lot of money about raising hundreds of millions of dollars. Everyone got <hes> you know excited about. That is proposing <hes> I do. I do WANNA grow figure out. <hes> you know the money crease stuff I and do that right yeah yeah. It's just what would be like scary are you to me is the thing that it was good for speculation like that's that's yeah yeah for. No that's not I I agree. That does scare me I do have I have faith that were moving past that but <hes> I share in those years of experience with the chief marketing officer I I was chief product officer for the company for the first three so it was like shipping being product building stuff and then again what we realized I was one time with Pasta assigned to figure out requirements like doing what any early stage founder product person would do and I switched the role because they realized there was a lot more <hes> again. The social engineering size of building networks and ecosystems is not to be underestimated so I was like literally out there and every industry to other competitors to yeah inter operate on a comment at work and they're like your <hes> and you know that that's what I spent a lot of time doing well so if you're a person that ships out product and you believe that blockchain is still young what timeline is that referring to because of something has to young is something to young until things implemented if we accelerated the rate at which things got built when things be better yeah and I do I mean I think it it's going cycle or maybe we'll be there again distractions. When I say that bullshit of twenty seventeen times like that when there is a you know excitement or more mainstream excitement about is that I think the builders the builders who heads down <hes> get distracted and so it's kind of like a lateral move as opposed to thing had down in moving forward or building the necessary <hes> I'm not just infrastructure but it's like having Hatton Romo's immunology users like in in early pick thousands? <hes> you know you had math question an early back in that plus was just like building a better digitize math to get you from point eight appointees and Google APPs look at it differently and said okay with this project resent. This is the protocol this is basically building a better mouth or a set of data points around location and that's where we saw number ride-sharing and we said that there'd be Neil we saw on these like the entire demand economy <hes> built on top of the the <hes> limitation beer for not so I think it's not question of infrastructure rating like one of that the way riffing factor in the new way <hes> or the open sourcing on information in the he'd be like nothing that we are locked Harley new <hes> business model or economy that whole big kind of the dominant paradigm for the next ten years. I mean you're talking about specific. Ends Industries are examples rewire right me too example on one. He's Edina LAKISHA. <hes> I just think we've had like the the person the industry the like the Group of people to look at something and say okay this is this is the approach that reassures or you know <hes> kind of prediction markets. I I haven't seen anything sides. <hes> you know yeah. It's it's challenging. I mean per person I do think it's moving quickly significantly faster than you know like web. pupo-mayo we don't and the Internet 'cause we have the benefit now of having these communication tools and in existing infrastructure networks by which we can build this <hes>. It's not like I'm saying it's a tenure thing out. We're twenty years thing. It's happening right now. It's already here <hes> but in terms of the next phase that just catapult <hes> you know or industry to mainstream adoption I I don't know I hope it isn't libra <hes> i. I hope it's something else. There's it's not really oh. The technology is not here. I mean we have some challenges with all of these are her being very street because you know just because the general consensus our reputation of let's say tron is a scam combing or the white paper sucks does not mean that there are not legitimate engineers employed by justice on working there they might be naive to the industry they might be really skilled. They might have went to Harvard who knows they just haven't attach themselves to the right project so just because a white papers thin or they don't have a good use is case does not mean that there's good people working on every project so <hes> you know if you say something distraction. That's that's. That's a tall glass of water for me to to drink. I don't know Sarah I mean I guess I'm not referring to be in <music> or the smart people working on the product. I'd say you know there. Are there guidance coming from the overall goals of the project that yeah again they haven't been equipped with <hes> either right information. They're just again <hes> waking leap of faith like we all do risk on something that it's really hard to to prove that I mean yeah trump could be perceived as ridiculous and a scam coin now could also be in five years like the thing that wins out because there is a use case that is you know someone something <hes> but specifically unique to that protocol or that network so it's hard to know if it's a distraction or a roadblock fair good point. It's it's I think that <hes> just as a hole in the industry seems like it's trying to solve too many be problems. I mean I was go back. Money's money is it's like people got bored with the all. Let's make new money thing because it's too big of a challenge exactly it's such a monumentally large paradigm shift that it's almost hard to you know it's it's almost infeasible to try and changes you. Ask The average person you know what is money and I don't. I've never asked I said to myself nor do I want to in this conversation is getting weird. As like yeah I mean if a can of worms and as you start to unpack that and then start questioning assumptions and they're bigger assumptions nations like the nature of reality the nature of how governments are formed the nature of how we interact with each other on a global scale it gets to be scary and it's also I mean like challenging or suffering hiring in that paradigm shift for a lot of people <hes> you know can be quite analyzing and perhaps there you know as we do a different direction. What is that in between periods like or what happened when you know the U._S.? Dollar is not the a bill will reserve currency. What is that look like and as you know scary for a lot of people it's not it's a hard conversation to have <hes> and unfortunately apparently a lot of people prefer to sugar coat or or shy away from the hard conversations even busy life and I got it? You know I don't I don't spend every day and we always going into the weeds being like calm. What is the nature of a reality or here right now but like I do it? That's what I'm doing what I do. It's like wow this. Everything in the current system is so monumentally you know backwards earns or not serving <hes> you know the people involved so be blockchain by day in Bitcoin by night. I think that's what we'll do that like as a blockchain because it's not bitcoin not as polarizing is on the business side and that's why I forgive the enterprise businesses I mean they. They're massive and they if they're publicly traded Lina they need their hands are they. Literally cannot make like a public sort of commitment to something that seems one could comp- fundamentally change the nature of their business this or get rid of like eliminate it altogether but it's going to happen either way. Oh I hope for their sake that they are thinking about it and working on it and just not announcing it in a way that <hes> you you know isn't just the blockchain walks pilots that are tracking things that are you know automating one transaction because it's so much bigger than that so you could tribute to Forbes Forbes's pretty mainstream you have Forbes friends because Forbes's changed its tune on crypto over the last year's as I six years. He's the you like the tool for the wicked and. <music> now blockchain then blockchain was the greatest thing since sliced bread which I'm always shocked at that euphemism because who didn't figure how to sliced bread a longtime sliced bread but anyways <hes> how dripping chunk or just biding it Aladdin style how do you how's it changed. I guess mainstream media sentiment towards crypto changed in a way that you've noticed being a contributing great question and I I guess I can relate from both ends because I was running marketing on the flip before I started contributing on the other side of like dealing with the media and trying to pitch them or get them to understand why certain things were relevant and I wanna do I mean I haven't really relationship. I put the mainstream media I think that's another place where the the no bullshit title came from and I've I've learned my experience <hes> contributing to various publications. Some of them were than others are are you know caught up in the existing media landscape right where they need the stories or I guess the the opinions of the day are largely driven by you know the the sentiment or dominant paradigm of their readers so it's not necessarily like a a reflection of reality. It's telling people what the reality like. It's reflecting their realities not reflecting any sort of objective <hes> truth not that there is an objective truth but the example give I have is like side project that I called the Crypto trip and it was basically just I was writing like blog post about the stories behind merchants marching around the world who were accepting trip does and why and and like telling their stories and then wanting to make a director is like where you could spend your crypto which no one you know in their response needs some of the mainstream media it was like no one yeah cares about that right now. We don't WanNa tell stories of adoption. 'cause that's not happening. Well it. It is every day I'm talking to people every day. <hes> who do for whatever immediate is just a small mom-and-pop shop but that's like that's telling thing on. I do feel very you know in Max Waiver now that we'd like you know back for the drawing Ford and people are building things to show that there really isn't interest and it really isn't auction to the mainstream Sri Media <hes> and maybe it's changing. I think for most not just you know forums but most publications <hes> you know in similar vein have just responded to the dominant interest interest <hes> of the mass market and they have to again. It's like the big third of fortune five hundred or or enterprises that are beholden to their <hes> shareholders into the dominant paradigm of you it Ca- or or current society so eerie to me. It's like a giant feedback loop people just wanting to hear what they want to hear Echo. I mean problem incision. It's wouldn't I'm sure you were experienced. This word just like we're in crypto twitter. I I like try to expand by twitter but it's very same thieves in the same people and I really I thought southbound side of it and I have like my friends who are not in this space and other things. Let them homes. Where are you talking about? We're like what's waiver or whenever news of the day we're in this echo chamber earn so yeah I think on now broader scale <hes> and then like if you think like the small little bit of media that makes it to the mainstream like the average person next door air may not being era of unit bitcoin or like why three and four emphasizing or why sort of these ideas will impact them even whether they know it or not and if there's one article that makes it through for month <hes> you now I I it's bad or scary to me think that those articles are learning telling the stories that people already WanNa hear or have you know big companies names or talking about tracking lettuce. I walked seen uh-huh <hes> and that's where I think there's you know there's an abundance of information in our face and it's it's not like that. There's good information they were good resources great resources <hes> and and I guess that's what I taught to. My book is like reached the people with sort of a catchy title also paid homage to like a culturally relevant story are moment and get their attention uh-huh make them feel like they are equipped to to like maybe read articles maybe within the more podcasts and that's like the main goal it's to go deeper than that. <hes> <hes> so yeah. We liked to listen to more it yeah. It's it's though then it's like. It's how I guess our Little Echo Chamber the stories is that you're talking about would would shoot around like lightning bolts but would that get outside of you know crypto twitter or crypto enthusiasts. That's the you know it seems the only things when it comes to the layman and then talking about bitcoin it's either it's still alive that's still around or is that still for drugs. Was that what you do with drugs with that has like what do I don't even understand that question and so it's it's hard to get our echoes to to not be echoes and just be allowed. You know messes that propagates out to everyone and I don't know man it's hard. I don't know what the Magic Bullets GonNa be but I'm going to be excited when I see so me too and I'm worth seeing it more mainstream media not just the publication but I was watching this. This show called euphoria on H._B._O.. And it's about high school students yet person and they're willing I recruited a scene Ferman. Put It on twitter because they're like not bitcoin out of course like she is. The character is streaming and someone who wants to pay her anonymously and I was like oh it's GonNa. She goes like their drug dealer friends. Ask you know shaking exchange the Bitcoin like Oh what it's still cool. Oh yeah they're talking about Bitcoin T._v.. Show and it's relevant because it's definitely like younger people. It's certainly more prevalent in their lives from what I've seen them. You know other demographics but <hes> yeah it's still being being associated with at least in mainstream media like that side of thing as well <hes> so yeah it's either. You're not thinking about it or it's associated with criminals stoop. I mean there's so much more for criminal activity or money laundering or like Lissa trade carry I dealt with a lot and supply Shane and as we were like authenticating it. Just I mean that exists. It's already. It didn't need bitcoin to do that so I I don't really by that argument at all speaking of <hes> mainstream libra thumbs up thumbs down <hes> I'm bell in terms of the way it's structured in terms of like if people talk about this stuff and actually made it push the conversation <hes> particularly early on like the regulatory side of like let's talk about it and now we have a reason to talk about it and it's like lighting fires great but in terms of if this thing actually happened but that scares me it's. I hope it doesn't because it's hard to defeat I think it's going to be it's GonNa be because one thing facebook is good for his user-friendliness so if they take that couple that with a private blockchain which they're touting is basically like the ripple to new ripple <hes> it's going to be tough to beat because even ripple has an army of Ebony where you go on the Internet and you're talking about crypto. There's a ripple person there. I don't even I don't I do not get but that's a test amount testimony you cello your argument that the best best isn't GonNa win out. This is going to be random. Just how do you classify or define the best like best technologically the best for the betterment of society the best in terms of it's the most a centralized or ally okay society that that's my yeah okay. I don't know what agreed I I like you I I would. I think that's we're we should probably start from in any sort of conversation but yet for some reason human beings. We haven't managed to make decisions that way in the past so I want to be. I'm like incredibly audibly optimistic because this is the first time that I've seen in recent history and certainly my life that there is a viable alternative solution and it's actually at a point where like wow this thing this is we're still trucking along like this. My actually happen wow <hes> but it's also now like the there's a lot at stake in two CDs bigger players come in with either nefarious intentions or her or neutral intentions but you know we'll have kind of control over a network is something that terrifies me and I would say in my capacity of either leading a business or or since just educating people people and consulting people and you know finding myself interesting boardroom but here the crazy again bullshit that people are thinking of doing or hitching as if it's like wow look look it. Just it's scary <hes> so you know I'm pretty realistic in terms of <hes> how this might actually play out but I'm also optimistic. I'm fighting a good fight so awesome. I'm glad that there are others out there. Definitely I think what I I'd love to see someone. Write a book on or thesis on the idea of the win the s curve tops out on the convenience economy. I do think that people are starting to like wising up to the fact that convenient the price that we pay for convenience and the opportunity cost that we put forth is not paying off anymore more and what I mean by that is like you pay. We pay crazy amounts of money for convenience. I mean look valuable like Netflix is hell globally look valuable. Seven eleven is it's literally a convenience store so it's money banks are now just paying cause to make you know transactions. Make it convenient for us with direct deposit the APPs that allows do all kinds of nippy stuff with A._t._M.'s where we don't even had to go to the A._T._M.. We just tell the A._T._M.. When were stopping by for money it's conveniences like these businesses are selling and as long as bitcoin and blockchain is inconvenient? It's going to be tough sell sell on the general populace. Just is so <hes> I will let you have the flowing think well made people started valley Tennessee autonomy and that's where it so when you say you want to research that I've considered kid like doing doctoral research on I guess comment cryptographic responses to surveillance capitalism because this is my dark soul but I think we've made the point where people realize that they've been complacent and complicit completed an complicit in no fuelling this fire in giving up there in their autonomy in their privacy be and these were a lot of concepts that were discussed quite openly in the advent of the Internet and you know what those people we lost. We did it wrong. <HES> so here we go again and we have an opportunity to do it differently and I do. I think it's a really good point in terms of at some point people need to start valuing other things are convenience and when that happens that's when there is the window <hes> that we'd we'd have. It's like yeah remember shot at this but <hes> right now at least such as the dominant paradigm it hasn't gotten there yet could via the Internet even going to make the wall and Clinton cold storage and like how do I access this what it just like too much <hes> and they're they're stuck <hes> during commandos they can't be Kool aid well. I definitely agree so and they read pizzas very convenient so so that's why he chose the title for we're GonNa let you plug it but we do have would trademark question that we have to shallow. Do we go with Bitcoin blockchain theory which one <hes> you know what I think because she's a huge <music> advocate of blockchain will what we should give her that one hour right ten words or less. Can you define blockchain I well. I don't define it literally. I say it represents. It's a technical manifestation of a larger cultural paradigm shift from thinking of the way that we interact with people from centralized to centralize <hes> or it's you know a bad ass. Oh boy connected Excel spreadsheet that we glorify so that second definition is under ten the first one thirty eight per second one Abed bad ass excel spreadsheet that everyone looks at that we go over Fi. was that it I think I got her own. I got it wrong. <hes> excel runs the world. I wish that were true but it does <hes> so <hes>. Go Plug your book one last time. Let the people know how to find you find your okay. Well as we spoke so deeply about crypt on twitter I spent a lot of time there taking find me at Fan Riad official <hes> in other various social media places or my website and you can find my book that Coin Pizza The no bullshit guide to blockchain on Amazon and banned from my website if you want to buy it using crypto and various other booksellers also the very much Sam Rod for swing by appreciate the time and we'll see on the twitter's yeah that was fun all right here out and that was the interview with Sam Rudo Kia so we hope you you enjoyed it. <hes> partial apology for the quality of the sound she called in and that's just the nature of the podcast Biz. You could have really nice microphones in your guests will be talking to you through a Styrofoam Cup and string and that's just the way a sandstorm you gave me okay my my ears rat next to the subway gonNa work and do you remember win. Lubin called us while he was hang gliding. Do herber microphone quality every single time. I'm in the middle of his hang gliding session a you. Please stop rubbing the microphone that'd be great. He was sweating rubbing his head but but Louisiana's first taste of celebrity re tweeted nece attention he was excited because Lubin caught wind of his episode <unk> on Good Plus Yeah we we put out some Bala res- content tickets referred to as fire fire but that is our fourth episode on Grid Place so replace start sponsoring when we know how it works now we know the game grid plus those ducats one of those ladder swans Berkshire. May I'll take a last one just things I want to get things and money well are using your Finney looking at it and it's it's original box. Yes <hes> I'm using it. In the the the Mike stopped working so the only way I can make a phone call as if I put it on speaker phone thousand dollars for that. I'd be Irate Yeah Ah phone call that either 'cause 'cause if I take it to A._T.. And T. There'd be like where'd you get this weird alien phone. We can't help you but the hell's Finney Finney. This guy's got a got alien device in here. Take him down <hes>. There was something I did want to talk about. It came up right at the end of the conversation with Sam and we're talking about shortly before the show started in that is win. Does the convenience factor the internet like hit the top of the s curve where people start caring about things like privacy and caring about things like security and because right now people value their convenience more than a value those two do things only affects the way they are people only care about giving money to cancer charity funds when they get cancer. Are someone close does yeah just human nature. Nobody's GonNa care about privacy obviously until something gets compromised at something that will things are being compromised all the time. Would you hear about today but everyone heard about getting their money from Equifax. That's about yet because everybody was compromised. If everyone was compromised on this data data breach let's not true a lot of people went to that website had to find out if they were affected or not because it was such a mass <hes> hit individuals in feel the effects of it the right but like it's so far removed but eventually like these things aren't going to be as removed people are going to start feeling that like the pain of this and Abbott I dunno it's hard. It's hard to say people on people don't trust facebook the overall sentiment of facebook 'cause they don't trust it and I think that this like us his deep what's turning around the Esker is starting to happen. I guess status is making that bet. We're trying to position ourselves as secure Bryant Messenger so that when people are looking for that because they're not happy with their current options they come to us man. It's flat out creepy that in every conversation I have on Facebook Messenger. I ended up seeing an advertising for something tangential to the conversation in my facebook feed like the next day. It's getting all my nerves getting like very creepy gross but you won't. You're not going to quit because of exam amiga under her genius factors more powerful than I think that's when one is that one is the of care for privacy and security or not being the product trump that convenience do we have the measure everything inconvenience. I mean facebook is not convenient as time-waster. She is convenient about-face man talking to people don't care about download. I could see talking to people you don't care nothing. I download has a facebook logging button and I'm like that is three point five five seconds faster than me putting in my email address in making a new password so the answer is yes. I will log in with facebook. That's a convenience factor. <hes> he just to be a convenience factor for that's not why you signed up for facebook and that's not the reason why you're not gonNA deactivate activate though I'm I'm wondering and chicks trying to meet them chicks. I'm wondering the amount of people that deactivate facebook. They're doing it because of privacy reasons or they just hate it. They're doing maybe faces all the time. There ray redacted or worth doing it because it's cool to do. I I don't use anymore. I actually I I still have my facebook but only to talk to a certain people that won't get rid of facebook. I got rid of mine because <unk>. I found the value in it so don't use it yeah. I don't use on it. I'm too old to be like hey here's a here's my date with my wife. We went to the botanical gardens. Just five photos from it like there's no value in that site saw those photos. You didn't see it reminds. You're so I'd do it added do so. I don't know it's curious. I'd like to get the the day on that like how many people are getting off a facebook is are we gonNA. We're just GONNA say that. Blockchain can't ever be as convenient as centralized services. That's what I was getting. It is like right now. It's it's got a such A. It's got a hill to climb man. That is very very sharp. It's it's damn near zero. Slow sharp while it's not like nausea slow no services that hoard your data take advantage of it then provide convenient services to you. You are going to doing that and also trying to innovate on that model. I'm insane. No slow as you're slow it. I mean like Netflix. It's is gonNA keep using user data to provide better recommendations on things you should watch that they can make more money and you can spend more time watching Netflix. Do they make their money on US watching stuff or new subscriptions. I literally think they make their money on new subscriptions. I literally have no idea well. It's like <hes> they're never gonNA take the officer like Seinfeld off because more people watch that than any other show so they they probably money aquidneck a lot of money money on let's think about all the new shows all the new movies that they put at our net flex Pacific. I think money on that money on subscriptions. It's pretty clear cut. They don't do advertise <unk> subscriptions the bike directtv they gotta be decided that data is cost effective for them to do homegrown content if gotta be telling that data watcher day the accuser data of what's what people are watching and why there's show called the great earl movie of the Great Hack. I figured you would watch banner now. What do absolutely right because when a new movies coming on the theater I will sneakily see old like prequels to show up on it looks like out of the blue so I do think that they do that so that they could? You know like for instance. <hes> what I think the terminator he's got a new coming out next year so out of the blue us all the original terminators pop up on that looks for me and I'm like what that's it wasn't there week ago I was interested in like the value profited provides will smith came out with a netflix original film bright. I don't have to pay sent to watch it but now he has a movie coming out in theaters that I have to pay ten fifteen bucks to watch CH- <unk> less inclined to go spend an entire month of net flicks fees to watch a one time movie when at one time he was making films for that platform I I don't know if that's a smart business. Model clearly intellects this guy we have we or got here because like the central service are convenient. Centralized services are convenient the not gonNA stop making. Thank you trying to make them convenient. They're gonNA GONNA stop using your data to do machine learning to try to provide recommendation engines to keep you. They're all these things are going to stop happening and so the question originally was can decentralized services ever meet the convenience factor that centralized services offer if not can succeed or people are GonNa care enough to leave them to come over to something where they can take control over their privacy security data whatever it is that's a big question is a mighty big question man. I think some deep shit when I'm on the day so as their day thoughts much time he's spending <music> squirting water <hes> I mean if we're going to get into my movement schedule logging logging this no. I'm a regular man. Are you logging logs. I use fiber. He's a regular man. <hes> INVA- days are really cheap nowadays so any attached to any toilet Nice <hes> art so <hes> Andrew Young he's in the news super PAC started superpac at will accept lightning powered bitcoin donations of urgency twenty. What I'm talking to the news I twenty one days? This is not just Adar's. I'm just reading a header. <hes> Cohen let us anyway after the twenty one days <hes> Fiat donations as well as Bitcoin will be accepted. Here's the question. Is anyone actually going to send him the lightning network Bitcoin the answer to that is no why I'm kidding is definitely not know who's going to be someone out there that does but it's not going to be a lot of people oh how funny would be if like you just made a bunch of money Bitcoin <unk> ten thousand for some reason another skyrockets to like thirty thousand. He has like the most money in a super back. That would be funny. That'd be that'd be pretty. The ironic I think is even make people wins and we all going two thousand dollars a month for nothing the reason why have you show psychic rate the reason I had another day thought is that the reason another the reason why bitcoin is going to be slow so slow to take off if not endorsed by some sort of major central entities governments is that when you when you're talking about value you in like you know usurping someone else's value. There's this competition thing that's natural and people will defend their value and there's people right now. They're gonNA blindly defend their Fiat value. 'CAUSE it big Quinn win stands a chance to truly threaten it and that's that's something that just makes it. People don't know how money works yeah but it's the people that do know how many works does that have. A lot of <unk>. Look like Peter Shift offending goal and saying bitcoin is a very good says he thought long gold a lot of goal for he needs to be true and he has a follow egg Nettie wants them to believe that it's true otherwise otherwise like the thing that he holds his value when he loses money so like anytime head. Someone has a large stake in something they're going to defend. It may think what's interesting about that. The ager I think at some point if you have a certain percentage of stake in something relative to how much you're worth the rationality of that defense goes away so the higher you stake the more irrational you are defend or maybe the more arrests like the potential to be rational grows because it's more devastating to lose that percentage of yourself more like or you had you. You've got to that point because because you are rational right because this Carl Sagan quote that I I always remember and that that <unk> previously had to do with religion that's why remembered it but it pertains to anything and and that is <hes> you can't convince believer of anything because of their deep seated need to believe and that's what that is right that people get into these things because they believe in something and to convince them otherwise basically impossible because they need to believe in something and this is what they've grasp onto look at Roger. I think we talked about this valley with the the epithet could case for this is the only industry that were you can have belief in doubt in the same sentence now. What do you mean like you? Did you did a you've done a podcast before and a half years. You've you've pivoted your career crypto currency but you can't sit there in that chair. Tell me one hundred percent that this definitively Louis will work that this is the future. This is the next Revolution Cam blockchain is for sure. It's it's it in my opinion. It's foundation for a social revolution. Anything is not being adopted yet isn't definitive. It's okay works the way it has an social exit barring on asteroid that knocks out the internet or digital goods electronics onyx and stuff like this is this is value on the Internet done appropriately yeah. There's no reason to believe that that's not going to take off based on how much humans value value lot of people don't use flashlights but this pretty definitive how those motherfuckers work tell you that much that is very weird transition it was I was trying to think of example. That's what I got out czar at my opinion. This is a it's a no brainer this technology we'll take off in some way shape or form that will revolutionize the way humans transact value digitally or everywhere. It's how they think on value why I'm not I'm not I am not confident on or what I'm not willing to say is what it's called and how it works because it's too early. The technology is too naive. It's too unproven. There's a lot of things that need to be done for it to be working on a global scale where it's actually impacting people have regular people on their everyday lives up and understanding it 'cause like right now. The technology of the Internet impacts everyone's lives despite them giving this shit understanding it anything they're using it every single day of their lives and they're changing the way they behave because a porn and convenience facebook right but which is convenience phase because right now ought to use this stuff you have to understand. It sounds like just think about that right. We're not there yet. We can't be there yet. That has to get your point. Where like people are just using it? It's impacted their lives because of companies who built something that make it easy to impact their lives and I'm GONNA keep arguing. That facebook is convenience shallow because we only use facebook for the one thing in our social media. We got old enough to a point where it's like okay. Why can't care about all these damn people? I got wise. I got kids. I got jobs like I'm not talking all these damn people but facebook twitter on two groups because a monster you can run a business on facebook facebook pages facebook ads. There's facebook <hes> now. There's a slack version of facebook. That's free and better than slack back yeah yes. It's called like all recognise facebook God. I just looked at the day but those businesses can't drive on facebook unless there's a million people talking about how the relationships are going. 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4 - Size or Stamina: What Counts More?!

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4 - Size or Stamina: What Counts More?!

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I think we're talking about every dudes wet dream which is like Dick's all Dick's all day long call. The like guys is question and it's funny because I feel it's a topic people touch on all the time but they're still definitive answer and now like for women. It's like shoot. I care about Dick size. You know there's a lot of questions like is my boyfriend's dicked small like I didn't. I know that like my I had dated a lot of big Dick dudes and I didn't know they had Dick's be until I dated a small dude and I was like Oh shit the whole time I thought that was an average size and turns out it turns out they had big dicks in the guy was dating had an average sized eight eight nine inches girl science queen didn't know live by Finn. I think is personality. You know like I'm trying to do certain personalities and it just happens to be bad again energy. Yes that's true to my most favorite guys of everyday in my life with the greatest personalities ever had huge songs okay so you're like starting this baby like competent yeah econ potatoes Dick's you know what I'm GonNa. CONFIDENCE GROWS DIG GEICO offerings in the pill and then I'll sell it at one of those sketchy sex mark or maybe that's what they're selling in those dick enlargement competent powdered com imagine the pill. That's a little piece of paper is my phone number and I called him. I just compliment them. You're successful. You're worth with a credible avenue. I thought that this was gonNA lean towards like you know and and even if you have a small Dick or like like for girls like so your boyfriend has a small Dick what's next but like immediately they started off and they're like I only like huge uh-huh nine inches ten. Oh that's crazy scares me inches. I'm running away little too much. Chinchilla little talk about that so like is there. Is there a too big or small number one question sure what a big and what is too small so this is really shitty so there is a guy that I lost my virginity too so I told you about that a few episodes ago and that was like an average size whatever implicit hurt because it was my first time while the second time like years later when I had sex later on I think that guy that we know about earlier in my Damiano about this guy yeah earlier my dating life I dated a guy and he was half Dutch have Chinese and he was the most unsuspecting tall lanky looking Asian dude food yo like that wasn't a penis. It wasn't a dick that was a fucking dog dude like like what he wanted. It was like oh my like the girls no this is actually the first Dick Pic. I think we ever said I sent well. We ever sent group. Chat tells a Yo you guys go see this shit and then I it's funny. He's a good friend of mine like picks on your phone. He's a gallon on. Nobody thought of it. She didn't only send a photo. She sent a video like we saw every like just put in perspective. He can fuck his own bellybutton. If you wanted to within like can't pasta it literally utterly Susan it honestly though it was too big it does hurt like I'm not about having all been my cervix and shit so there is such thing as something that's too big. I loved our sex but there were times I was like chill and then like the whole question about anal just no that was an absolute no at all because like I do not want pooping just dryer always yeah agree <hes> and it is there a two small. There is a two small <hes> there was a guy that I dated until you when I held his Dick in my fist did not pop out. Do you know has a pretty tiny fist and this is not that big and he'll disseminates I couldn't I couldn't feel anything and it was really. It was really disappointing. So there's the I have a sweet spot and that's like around like six or seven inches. Okay Pretty. That's average like sixes yeah. I'd actually never remeasured like the spies on everybody meshes the same rates from the asshole to the the around the head around the show all right got it just making sure no. That's so funny because I did have guy once. I feel like think he could be classified. Technically as having a micro peanuts like it was so real like it was like an enlarged clitoris yeah it was really small. I feel like it might have been like my pinky size hardy hard yeah and not that much thicker like it was really it was a baby really and yeah it in last long that guy but it was really funny though because he really needed to inflate his ego and he kept telling me like when we would have sex a cat. Doesn't that feel amazing. Tell me how big I am Blah Blah Blah and I'm looking better if he just owned it was like and honestly it was like this was when I was a teenager so I didn't really have a lot of experience but I didn't feel much with him and if I think he just didn't know how to use it like <hes>. I don't know it is pretty damn small but I feel like maybe he could have used his hands again. Let's go back to the hands I give pleasure and me and other ways but he just he he had it in his head that he had such a big Dick that that's the only thing that needs to satisfy me for me as if they grind on near the clitoris part like it doesn't matter really the Dick size because you could probably come just from dry humping yeah yeah well. How yeah wow probably could yeah? I've I've been with someone that has a smaller peanuts before but the thing is he knew how to work the shit out of that thing that that thing was amazing so it's not all about size but I guess when it comes to like micro Pitas and you you don't really have much to work. You have hands in your mouth. This man refused to go down there like it was nothing yeah I think men who who are who don't eat pussy our pussies them yes. They are your lesson. The man and I will never I will never respect that T._J.. Salad reciprocally if they're not gonNA go down then go down so you'll just never ever get your Dick sucked yeah. Have you remember guy who who refuses to Q.. After he comes in your mouth I have yet so I knew a guy we didn't really I don't think we ever had sucks but we kinda like dated a little bit in high school again. He was so mature that he was like. Have you ever Suck Dick before and I'm like I thought he was like this was like maybe if I said yes he'll get turned on because I don't think I had before that but I was just like yeah like you want me to take your date or some shit and then he immediately was like never. I don't even want to kiss you like does disgusting. I can't believe you've done that and I'm gay unclogging. What what the fuck yeah? I think it's like yeah. I don't WanNa know that you've ever had someone else's dickey. Go inside like like he kept going on it. He was like okay never mind nine inches and he's like I don't ever yes so drills that guy ever gonNA take right. There's plenty of women that won't that won't Suck Dick. I don't Suck Your Dick Unless we're like dating <hes> yeah. I feel like if you're look man. I've I've I've met a guy once before who's like. I don't his girls like I'm not going to keep coming up being a bitch and fucking make out with me. It's your hard. I told you guys once before right like you'll get this. Does Eh pretty sure I found my soulmate once because I believe in more than one soulmate but I'm pretty sure if I said on an episode of one of our shows that if a dude came on me lifted off and made out with me Oh marrying carrying him Oh my God fucking Marian it actually had like till it made out with me dude it happened once and then after sex I looked at him like just like just fucking rosy-tinted glosses those like look. It's not a matter of wanting you now. It's a matter of fucking meeting union and I love that man. I loved him. What happened to him? He's he's he's he's. He's we're still friends. Okay good but you ever had a grower a grower getting like like <hes> I also most people are dated. They were shoulders right so like I which sees which get like it's the same basically the same length soft as it is hard it just like goes up and down but then I dated a grower which I thought like Oh wow this is my. I like baby penis right. It's like not just grew enormous. That's an easy yeah and it was it was like when you those little shrinking towels that you put into water in all these all that in their life for me. That would be like if I got a small Husky but it doesn't mean you know I don't do it for me. I'm like Y'all know I call on Google flights. You can choose like well. Here's my day but I'm flexible like this day or my date is the sixth and I'm flexible one day out behind. That's I'm out but I think that it's not for a lot of people say this is not all about the Weiner side for me. I think you need to diversify your bonds. There are a lot of other you know sexual hearts of men. We're talking about the ball sack. We're talking about the butt cheeks. Oh we like balls about oh balls what he likes to go hang tight tight collarbone. I love collar bones bones. The knees ear little no lustral holler bones. There's something about it. It's very like masculine like a guys like upper chest area here. It's like really defined and I'm like I want you to knock me out with your fucking. Never notice on the man's collarbone I yeah yeah I'm like wow because bonus whole above the breast area area but they have to Kinda built for that to have that right. I mean sometimes like some guys are like they don't even work out but naturally. I don't know if it's the testosterone is just flowing or something but like they got. They've got like a really nice like chest in like up area so there's there's a lot of like there's a lot of different things that make me happy now. Everyone has their own preferences because for me. It's definitely the jaw line like that shouldn't makes me week. You're so but you're okay. Let's say dude had like the prettiest clavicle you've ever. I've seen a tiny tiny or too big of a day at one day out for my flight a week girl. What's your flight six inches inches six and then we can go down to sit yeah but I do not want to go out on this your schedule little bit? That's also sunny on the eighth. You don't know you know the seven can be an aide. Ed Heavens can be the hey dude that has measured as Dick laughing at times. It's like it could be eight day but it's a fucking eight of big wieners at dealbreaker for me. It's scary is eight seven and a half seven and a half is too big yeah. That's like that's like you're trying to fucking kill me. I think ten is too big. Oh no they ever even touched that. I'd never touched it. Either I've seen pictures and I'm like nope to bay but the Nikki's take time to climate bedpost and every time virginity because like I wouldn't go in a WHO I wouldn't like very stretched threats and high school. I was really tightened. You know now I'm headed. We tight so I can't even I even walk. I'm just so tight but I love tennis like the pain mixed with like girls like anal. I've never really I've tried it one time on like immediately out get it out. Get it out but like girls are like if you just relax a little bit like you stop using the pain that becomes more pleasurable able like the but they have to work through that pain for to find the pleasure. I think it's asked me with my normal hole on after last. You gotTa really don't WanNa do it relaxes feeder. I've never done it. I just relax you as S. ambassador. I want to say that have done it but there's only happens like I only I only take on like special days or days. Were both like drunk and when I'm drunk I like do prep now. Why not really like I know how my body your whole like like if I know like okay? I haven't gone to clean up whatever but when it's like when I'm like drunk I won't like nasty sex like fuck me. Whatever but what about Chinese dude <hes> Chinese dude with him ended with him? I was just like what I'm saying. I married that never gonNA be talkative. It's not going to happen. I kind of size it up whereas like okay. You know that wouldn't hurt so we're good way right so it's almost like an solely by let you in my ass small enough to go in there. Go in there but if I don't let you take a compliment refused the hat that that is that is a compliment. You know I had a this. You know those stories were like you think back on a ten years later and you're like okay wait. That doesn't add up. I had a friend when we weren't high school. Also I must have been like seventeen or so. She was dating this military guys so like she thought this was it. She got married into week she she thought at least but no they had anal within the week right. Oh I remember I remember me and calling me about it. I had anal sex acts and like older friend. She says really and then I was like on the anal sex she was like what was it was fun. She I go happen and she was. I wouldn't advise it. I mean we did in the shower and it was super massey younger I wanted. I'm like Oh okay grows and I'm like I heard that it's really not that messy and I'm like it's not happen. Yeah the shit over. That's what I period to to add. Ah Our yeah. Let's he stuck in this shot out on the wall. 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I want every dryer idea like I like so he's still inside me and it's starting and get a little bit software because we're done every sex and also sneeze comes out and when you some oh Oh yes you can trail done that and shit up. We just look at all the all loving those by far the for me. I laughed it out. Once we've yes funniest weirdest feeling because he said something that made me crack up and he still fucking amy and I'm like stop it stop. I'm trying to laugh like stuck with me doing cracking up a pleasure at the same I wouldn't feel weird negative to your muscles for so reason because even your period then like you takeoff really badly really bad yeah you end up inking. Oh my word on the trampoline ramp trampoline like there's going to be a little bit that leaks out a little bit bows like I was streaming scary games a few weeks ago and ice cream so loud I fucking inked hord hells on my Shimon period and you really are fucking bad word yeah. They knew unlike because I told them it's like he is ever watch <hes> finding Nemo and little little squid or the little octopussy me eating those meals like me eat blood so has has has like a dick size ever like mattered to the point of of breaking up well the last episode like I think I mean I don't know if it was a size but like because of the Dick we just had to end it. I I okay Yeah I. I was seen a guy that was just it was it was fucking huge and like it got to the point where like it was like. I'm like okay. This is grows because it's I can't your wieners so big and wieners are just ugly so imagine something the bigger and like uglier to do with the hood honor off. Being what is it you know. I think that I feel like when God was just creating like genitals. He was like this looks good and this looks good and he was like <hes>. I don't really care about this now. Let's go back down here like I like. Genitals are just like not that attractive but also it's fucking hurt like imagine like your your man watching T._v.. And then he's like hey. Do you want me to give you a fucking headache and like stretcher shit out. Yes I do this. No it wasn't fine but you know also it was not even from a selfish standpoint for him like I knew I just I was not interested in having sex with him at all not even the slightest bucking keeping away as swagger because like if you have a dick that hurts and then also you're not being attractive personality wise to me like you're being awaiting a little bitch boy or you're being like too aggressive in like like eagerly. I don't eight doesn't sound like your Dick would feel good inside me but if you're making me laugh and then and you're like yeah I'm ready to do this and you're like nine inches hard. I'm like I'm they. Do It really think before you send a Dick Picture like like if you've got a huge Weiner Okay and you're sitting there and you'll the end this picture of your Weiner and you're like send the Cisco you gotTa think. Is it a Nikki or is it a bose right right girl. It's not it's not a big Duke ominousness. You better send your clavicle both Senate all the buses fucking. I mean you think about that and like there's this annoying cockiness guys have big wieners and they're like you see. I'm like a child. I'm Weiner thing is like does it have big wieners that that like WanNa send it because they're being brag about it. That's the type of guy out ever mags act so like the guys that I personally is a small sure you might have a big because you're trying to flaunt it out containing yeah dusit I've had sex with the head big. I had no idea they were packing that book like Nice and cool and funny and I liked them and then like whoa what is surprise yeah. It's lovely surprise and I know that he's proud of it too but he ever like just randomly. Send DP our talk about it yeah. He really keeps to himself which makes it so much hotter. I found out your secret. That's all my when you send it. I'm like Oh. I didn't need to know uh now. I'm kind of like Oh. You're like Brag about it. I don't know what the female equivalent of that would be like a girl that no she's hot yeah. I don't like guys who know they're hot because there are some fine guys the moment I find out that they know they're hot. I'm good the little leaning too hard on that yes and not enough into a personality or developing interesting. I wonder what how like a guy can find out what kind of what type of girl she is like the Buzzer and Nikki like big Dick or regular. Whatever it away question how would the Guy No Asian man likes to dominate? I don't know maybe something to do with that. No not necessarily like I told my way all the time. I'm like dude. If you hit another quarter in I would be you would be back on tender. I would be going really is barely missed. Them are yeah because this shit fuck. It hurts you know and actually that's one thing you can look out what's her stature like she taller Larry shorter if she's five feet tall and you're like ten inches for your baby like I mean that could surprises them women. I just same reason like Alex is sized. Dick's women have different size vagina true. Yes one of my best friends as she looks like a child at her like she's like four foot ten or something like that. Take Him in that borough husband is like six foot too and she likes it like look at shot. I got I know Mickey. Are you an Adrenalin Junky. No no you're not like I like roller coasters. You like of excitement. I don't like feeling like a Modi okay all right. Do you like pain at all. I like humiliation like in fantasies like I like like how genomics so the of like the the like the being completely dominated so like humiliation like yeah like where they degrade you like like what point of humiliation valuation dirty talk like we eat dog shit. Yeah yeah emotionally abused notionally okay. I want to be treated like a dumb Bimbo British. I don't know I finished. I got three out of attributing sometimes. Sometimes I'm trying to figure out if I may submissive dominating kind of person because like avenue too far yeah I guess so I don't know in between her. I'm not that fun but sometimes I I tend to be more dominating though because the guy tends to be more submissive not like intentionally it's like I don't know if it's like one of those cute dumbs that comes in and it was like take my fucking shoes leather straps are pink in their food. I eat tiff being like a good dawn like I could totally see that shit it. Yeah I mean most of the time I tend to find myself on top. I duNno. No I'm writing you know like tip tip comes home and cheese. I did you work out today one on are you going later. Keep your body one eight. I I see it like short leash. It's like it's like deep into it. Just has to come in there. It's in there how about weird shape Dick's like nothing doesn't necessarily lane in a curved ones. Oh wait just talking about this in two seconds after this ad break I got my buffy all I finally got it. They try to take it from me mind. Now I especially recommended for especially Brazil's if you're on like birth control or something oh you got night sweats no more night sweats you know when you're man comes over and he's like wow. I really liked her but she's really sweaty. You don't have to worry about that anymore. Cruelty free made of Eucalyptus. Take it from you beautiful we wanted I I don't want to it was sitting over there and then somebody moved it so I don't know why look because you listen to our podcast. 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I still want to find out what is the defendant. I want to answer the question because it's such a good question I want to figure out what does the definitive difference between you and me and how people can tell our the Nikki or are they oppose before they send off that Weiner pick right over. They get embarrassed an answer for that because everyone's built a little bit different. I know psychological issues. That's what I was just trying to dive into that. You love the rush of like arguing and stuff like that and like I'm not like that. You know like I'm I'm trying to like. I like being completely one hundred percent scientific study on the if you have a big by conclusion that's true. I'm getting completely absolutely dominated. That's interesting jeannot. I don't know if it has to do what if you can dominate me with a small Dick. That's that's fine. I've just do Dick's if a guy could dominate me with a small Weiner I would be like I would respect backed like I kind of you know like I think I would enjoy that. I had a big Dick and he didn't. He wasn't confident about it. I don't think it's enjoyable. It really isn't about solely Dick size. It's about definitely personality because like I had is one guy wants a he was definitely one of the growers and so when like when he was not growing like it was just like you know in the beginning of it he had such low confidence and I'm like dude. You're good when it's hard like just wait till it gets there like. Yes chill out. I've seen some guys like look at me. Soften like shut the fuck me have no makeup on shut up fucking what's underneath. It's going to happen yeah first of all your mind. I'll look at you whenever the address the rich Nikki and both like we just can't we can't give you the question as like when you're doing your link. Let's do twenty five questions like you slide that one question out she likes big or not. I like the communication when people super openly U._N._C. and like all right look. I like to get choke. Fuck out or I will like you know I think the one thing that I don't know how to work with and I have like probably zero. Experiencing is uncircumcised Dick's. I have no idea how to work with those. You pull it back and there's no no no okay when it gets harder. Just it's like back and it's like a normal dick or it's like a same. They look the same as an uncircumcised jobs. Do you rub it with the skin or without the skin. You know what I'm they just go over like. I'm Nina like giving a hand onto an uncircumcised Dick and she's like. Can you feel that would be me on you. Don't really for the penises that I've been with that are are not circumcised didn't need like blueberry they already have you had already there. Yeah good to go nature's Lube. That's pretty cool but the thing is like it's like it's like you were meant to have that for nick witnessed emitting from the hood because lubrication. I don't think the hood come in inside. It's from the actual like you re throw hole that they they secrete another pre come and then he gets like into the hood as you're rubbing it yeah. She learns shocked because that just deconstructed where I thought an uncircumcised Weiner looked like I'll have you never been. I don't think any I wanNA dixie. I'm not experiencing that at all. I have no idea what how it works yeah. It's just like it just wouldn't it gets hard. The forest can falls back and it's like it's like a circumcise though it is slightly more. It's just it's interesting. When you get had an uncircumcised Dick that's like extra skin long-sleeved teach extra-long extra long soft when you like pulling it back like is this? It's an interesting listen. We can pull it tight at the top and I'm talking about this actually because like I don't want anyone other to feel like they're weird because Dick Sir like Oh what you like. I'm with all kinds ends addict shapes and I think about the person that's owning the Dick yeah like I want to one dick that the my first the guy I lost my Virginia to he had a curve Dick and so I thought that all Dick's curved Oh along oh interesting yeah I thought it was curved up this and so like wow that's essentially optimal yeah yes so certainly yeah the the yeah I thought I completely liked like certain positions and then like when I was with a guy that didn't have curve Doco like Oh that position doesn't work as well and I had a boyfriend that had a his dick curved to the left but we didn't have sex the most we ever did. I gave him a hand job and it was just like Whoa is weird turning a got it curves slightly down like I think it's called piranhas or something like that. Oh there's a neighbor eight curves slightly down oh but it feels good even Libya's Morgan. What's up the inside? Have you ever seen that. There's like a an image that floated around the Internet and it's like vagina chart and there's like twenty different picture late. Have you ever yeah I saw in my twenties and I had no idea were that many different giants showing Steve and I was like with the fuck there's other kinds of giants and he was like yeah like I've been with these like so. The circle shoots immediately looked at the one that look mine and I was like like guys would message me like are you an ear and Audi. I'm looking at my belly button. I'm like I don't know what when you're so used to seeing one kind because I didn't really watch like a lot of porn or at least the porn that I had seen they all had the same like kind of Aja so like I had just didn't know at different hines wow that's my vagina changed after having Isaac and he didn't even go out that way what really we'll eh c-section and so I'm like what the fuck you weren't even use like what happened but it did change yeah like you were just used to make him. We of the pregnancy like drained me. I don't know maybe but it definitely like I do you think pushing working with like saying with my boozers. They got Saggier in like sadder and my vagina gusts sadder to like what the crazy man. We're having kids there. Everything looks fucking lit. It looks pretty lit too yeah. I know y'all China's looking for the group chat. Look I was just like judgy outside yeah. I don't know I like we have been naked around each other. We'll have now not in front of Leon I have we been we forgot to bring underwear or wait. What are we forget to bring? We've got to bring pajamas or some things asleep at the first time all right look bitch. We're just wearing underwear. Luckily came into our room in the morning. I remember you came in and you were just laying in bed next minnows topless guys it's dream in Vegas Day. Ones like utilities are out because mine are right now. I know I felt like I kind of left variety. They have coffee. Oh okay they do a whole episode where it's sitting around the table topless but it sends it and we're like well. You're good to see like what the breasts actually looked. They'll be onto the that's. What's good about talking about this because a lot of people just want to know that their normal like everyone wants to know like in my weird my normal and a Lotta guys go through this with Dick's I think like is my size big enough for my normal is it weird shaped or whatever and girls with like have the same thing with China's in boobs and all kinds of different body parts and it's about owning it whatever you got you just have to own a and that's what sexy about it <hes> shoes just find your shoe? Find your matching vagina and your go into relative. It was Cinderella Dick. No that's why it was interesting because Isaac once asked me my son my eleven year old son he asked me like Oh 'cause I try to keep the conversation of sex as open as possible and so I try to never let that I never want him to feel uncomfortable to ask me anything at one time. He asked me like Oh. I forgot the way he phrased it but pretty much the question was like do you only have sex when you're married and so I pretty much told him like you know what a lot of old school. People think that you should wait to have sex with first time when once you get married but I don't agree with that and I feel like you should really find out what works with you and once you find that then that's when you marry it but I even I I told my own son like I really don't believe that you should wait till marriage because once you're married like that's it like you can't pussy out and like you have to make it work so that's the ad no future because I'd be like you wait until you get out of this Damn A._M.. Has then you could sleep then go ahead because I won't have added that in my house yeah. I can't like when I have a kid. I don't even know how I'm going to discuss like you know like topics like sex and like maturity and somebody that about all I know for dam sure is as I need to know where you're going. You need to have your cell phone on you at all times. You're not bucking anyway art. The conversations are little like really I started talking to him about like Oh. You know you boys have we we in girls have this or whatever and then like you based Sunday age like you make the conversation match his age yeah so I made sure like because I grew up in household that you never talk about sex or you never about anything like I you know my mom would cover my is whenever people would be kissing in a movie yet I and made me WanNa know even more getting made me like really fucking curious so I was just like listen. We gotta just put all going to have to deal with a horny child. I didn't yeah hiding it. Meter more horny yeah exactly okay question shouldn't for you guys so put yourself in a mom mode for second yeah you have a child. You have sun okay. Your son is fourteen. His girlfriend wants to come over. Is that cool. You're the door Obama. The question is the door is allowed to shut the door room. Boys my room at all door. Open door closed nothing but we were able to hang out in the living room you would you would you say living room. Would you say bedroom shut the door door open and living ruining room yeah. Oh my God I i. I am not taking in care of a goddamn grandchild. Fuck no do what I think that's fair because I gotta do in your room. You get the xbox take it out on couch is like listen. You just only have to promise me that you never get anyone pregnant until you're ready for child. You don't go to jail and just don't do anything stupid where you're risking life and you're pretty much like you know you're GonNa die on like just please. Don't do those three things in me. Please got having kids. It's fucking scary. 'cause that's go through all talks because I know that if my kid turned out like anything like me I would be terrified aim weird. I had that shit like wide open. When it came to sex because look I got pregnant at seventeen seventeen? I was just like get me out of my house and for some reason I saw like just boyfriend is the way out and they got pregnant and before we move on just a quick word from one of our sponsors bows y'all know when you walk in the copy shop and you see that cute girl on her laptop her coffee just typing away. She's not on social media. She's on honey book because she runs a business. She's a freelancer. She's got a send out. Invoices collect invoices doing mailing advertisements every Gino. We'll anybody anybody will get back. 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If you had one I would jack. I want to know what it feels. The Jack Yeah and I will do the helicopter things. That looks really fun. Yeah I feel like we don't have we don't have like the full spectrum of representation Asian as far as their sexuality is go unless wait. Does you girls at all. I think I've been tiff like like yeah okay. I feel like all of us are like basically straight and then we have jest. That's it's like super straight mega straight like suber straight only in the gay dudes weird okay yeah interesting yeah like I feel like a lot of I've been having a lot of lesbian dreams lately but yeah I wake up. I was like Oh that's fucking cool but then I never like in to me. I'm just like I'm not going to go out and try to get a girl or anything like I've experimented before but it was just not for me to do experiment I had a threesome Oh what like with with a guy and aw one of the two girls or was it for me another girl and the Guy Oh my goodness. How does that even had work <hes> so when I was like eighteen nineteen I was going through my exploration phase and go dancing and I did a lot of this is when I was like <hes> what was it go dancing at these dauth clubs or whatever and I was like with a lot of burners burning man people in their very open I call them white people like white people like all my white friends were super open hippies and they're super like sexual you know and those fucking cool we'd walk around topless stuff and would you like a goth fashion show at at this club and there was this girl there and she was like kind of drunk and issues like she was a sweet little thing in the world very she was like smaller than me and she was kind of junk she was like do you like girls like now dominate you and then I was like <hes> like I'm gonNA open because all about exploration and then she was like <hes> and then she introduced her boyfriend? This is my boyfriend and he was like sweet thing to we're all kids together all my because I grew up as a kid in high school and then I was like Oh cool and I thought it was going to be kind of friends and hang out and I was and this is like I was in l.. I just moved L. A. for like a few years so still trying to make friends here and there for now from North Carolina from northern California and then go hang out with them and then she kinda like it was really cute like he left the room she was like so. I don't know how to bring this up to you but <hes> so he and I've been together for about like ten years or so. There were a little bit older than me. <hes> but I've recently I kind of realized that I'm kind of a lesbian more but I still love him so much because we've been in each other's lives for so long that they still love each other so much that they were still together and he was open to letting her fulfill what she wanted what she needed so I was like Oh cool and issues like and I was wondering like maybe like. Do you think I can kiss. You and I'm like yeah okay. That's the room. He wasn't in the room and then I was like is this okay with him because I wanted to be released. She's like yeah. It's super okay because we're trying to look for a third person and I was like Oh yeah all right cool and then so I wonder if you would have been that cool in like open if she she wanted to fuck another guy yeah. I wonder too yeah so he came back in the room. We should get she's like do you think we can do it in front of him like just make out in front of him. I that's fine and then so they proposed. It was really sweet like they were very it wasn't like weird or like hey you know yeah. Hey so <hes>. Do you think that we can add third to our relationship like we've always wanted to try like another girl in our relationship and I was like yeah. That's really sweet that you're letting her do that. You know so the next time I saw her. We went to go watch a movie. It was it was I remember to thirty as of night. It was a dope vampire movie for fucking Goth and and you know we were sitting at theater and then this is like my first time ever experiencing this. I was like so you know what are the boundaries own ass. You like is what's off limits. What's okay like do do you mind he and I have sex is just you and me or like an? I really want to understand what she wanted was okay. She was like thank you so much for <hes> for asking you know we've tried other people in the past and they were kind of rude like they didn't understand the boundaries and it didn't work out so she's thank you so much for asking so later on that night. We did have sex like it was. It was really a for me. It wasn't like Oh nasty volleyball's. This is actually going to be like she like eight you out or yeah but we were super clean about it. They had this really interesting process where they put Saran wrap like he just ran wrapped in late over her pussy and and yeah and that's how I would go down and we would never exchange fluids. Oh Clean Oh rue the Saran wrap yeah and so like or like if he had his fingers in me he'd go wash hands ends verson then switch over to hurt like flu. Wow we're really sweet but you have sex with him yeah and she was like totally okay with that. I'm like Oh. This is kind of cool but for me it was more like it wasn't like dirty nasty. Fuck you fantasy. It was more like this is actually really doing this for. They were like so in love. Is that the tradeoff that like if she gets to fuck you then he gets to fuck you like that was to like. Was it more like like he's focused on her. Having a good time it was <hes> he loved it but we were I kind of understood like we both also had an understanding that it was more for her so it was like let's get her offers and make sure she's happy first and then after it at the end of it all we cuddled in the same bed I was <hes> he was like well. Why don't you get in the middle because they know she wants to cuddle with you? How cute I know it was like the cutest thing in the world? I'm like this isn't uneven nasty. This is adorable yeah. Those actually really the sweetest sex store yeah threesome anyway it was awesome and then so afterwards like ah well what I do it again no not really because I realized that when it comes to sex I like all the attention on me. I want what I have and you only and I want you to pay attention to me only and I WANNA pay attention. You only have to worry about two different people right which is cool but I'm not seeing that I'm not down for a dude girl situation tries. I always wanted that too but I would never do it. That's like a like when I was single. Yeah like would have happened yeah longtime ago but I would never do what if I was in relationships yeah if I saw st with another like if we were trying to three seven he like fucked on our girl. I couldn't handle possessive for that. I'm not fucking shared. We're too but if it was to people I didn't care about it. All it were no home exact meant than maybe that would have been cool and that's what I said to my. You know the guy that I date to. It's just like I like you too much. I don't WanNA share you want you to share me either but if I was single and as it was going on I'm fucking down with the problem with it's really hard to find two zero down so yeah. That sounds stressful for me because you know I'm thinking about. There's a whole penises you only one penis. No there's a mouth and then there's a whole that's where it gets confusing because like when there are two things these things go together now when there's three now there's multiple pairs. Now you have what sixteen is like that for me. It's very stressful. I like it because I'm stressed out by normal life and that makes me not able to think about anything else. Go and link about anything understand it yeah yeah. It's like a normal life. I think of ten thousand things so many Dick's makes me nothing about anything fancy of yours to Dick's. Would you be down for them to get going to you know much imagining Jeff just yet. She went home for start. Just like one of those sticks and it's like you put dead finger like all right all right there. I think the hot thing about is is is just like it's like multiple men that WanNa make me feel good. Though it's not over me it's like I. I don't want them to make me feel good. I WanNa be used me. Oh Yeah. There's a horry side of it's my pleasure is a relevant like ninety two us all go get your plan but then afterwards like after all the sex's done. I need them to be really nice. Jason like after I can't have you like after the sex lake after Stephen night do that layer yeah. It's important you so much so cool like you know yeah. It's super important. That's like that's the that's a actually say anything yeah. That's a huge thing in the fetish community when you have like super like extreme sex like that after a huge thing like you have to take care of them afterwards care you K- that I heard you do you need anything like it's like the sweetest thing yeah it's like of that was real like you. Are you have worth as a person exactly yeah. You're not abreast because like you actually want people to treat you like that or exactly you know. I wonder if it's a similar fetish for guys like of course guys WanNa have a threesome with two girls right but I feel like there's a type of three somewhere. The two girls are like everything's just fucking nasty but then what if there is a three somewhere like the two women are like just using the guy though reverse game. I feel like some guys who for into that. You know if you go on porn home. Look up reverse. I Gang Bang. That's the thing Oh my God that that's interesting so one chicks I can't do that. I'm not about it yeah and meanwhile that to me. I'm interested like Oh. I'd like to see that and then you like dude. I caught myself because while you're listening to yours I had like this. Most judgment as I was like billy hooked someone's Yum I was I was ago. I was like bulbs straighten your face. He's out and I always raised Christian. We a bunch of girls being dude you own pleasure or like I don't know about that and I'm like yeah I thought Nikki that because I went on her podcast yeah we're talking about Gorgias and went to I used to go to swing a parties and because me and the guy that was dating we'd like we didn't like sharing each other or whatever we just like watching people and we liked being in a room where people voyeurism voyeurism I liked being watched. Watch while I was having sex and when your new to the club they make you come in our early and you have to go through like an orientation like a safety and like what you can't do what you can't do in the phrase that they told us was don't Yuck. Someone's Yum you know it. It was like oh it's actually really later phone. She was actually a schoolteacher rules. That makes perfect sense yeah imagine her kindergarten teacher saying that. It's knowing that she's going to the same thing damn taking. Someone's young male for me. I think I try to thinking about it. I'm like because I'm the type of person that I want to always try something once everything once and <hes> but I try to think about like the threesome stuff and I'm like I don't know because is yeah watch lesbian porn but after I kissed a girl in highschool to me that was like the most like weirdest like Annette yet for me yeah. We're always like I can't like it's too soft like yeah some some of the girls in high school they would have their experimental mental phases to or they'll be like yeah. I want to this House party and I ate that girl out and I'm like no cash ice school because in high school you're trying to be cool all that I did this. You know actually on the contrary like on a like not necessarily sad but like on a like different perspective like okay you know how lake some women might might become lesbians after having some really bad experiences with men yeah I've been cornered by two lesbians begins in like the unlike in incredibly traumatizing situations like the first one being like there is this girl that like my two friends would always stay at her house and she was like she was a year older than us and like they would hang out with her and she was like popular and kind of cool but like looked like like short blond hair and I wanted to be your friend too so I went to crash at her house when I two she invited me to stay over share this big house or parents were like good parents with like cookies on the table and stuff and it was just like a regular sleepover we were like fifteen or so we go to bed and she tries to make a move on me and I'm like that's when it clicks. I'm like Oh. This is what my friends were doing with. This girl and I'm like well. She assumed that because I was friends like this was a little threesome that we were just mugging having every night and so she kept pushing me A._M.. Pushing me like do shit with me and I'm like no bro. I'm fucking good. I'm beyond good and I had to stay at this girl's house and then she was pissed at me because I didn't WanNa fuck around with her next they come to school. This girl told everyone that I'd fucked her. Yeah like it's no different than a guide doing that. No that was very embarrassing upsetting for me like I mean of course now if somebody says oh we've talked like we know how to handle that at our age but fifteen that's kind of like an devastating it really is and I was also so raised as like a Christian which I wasn't Christian at the time but for me it was like you're telling everyone that I did this horrible thing that like my mother would be like so upset about and so that was very traumatizing for me and because of that in a few other things I ended up going to a different school and so I'm already like I don't like girls and then a few years later something similar happen with a girl I worked with I went to I went to her apartment with another friend and they were drinking and I was twenty at the time and like she was older so she could get alcohol and so I went to crush winter sir house she lived like I think maybe three miles away from me and so I drove over there after work we drank like we all have whatever and I got like super drunk because I was only twenty and she was like Oh you can crash here and even though I had that bad experience is still was like talented mine enough up to not be like oh not. Every girl wants to me not every girls into me and so I slept over at her house. Oh you can sleep in my bed. It's totally cool. I'm like all right great. I fucking wake up and she's trying to do shit yeah like Deborah's and led to me. It's like the biggest biggest like no no fucking touch me if I'm sleeping and I don't I also like you know there was already previous like I'm not going to do anything and like I trust you you know so I wake up and like I immediately get a little traumatized back this other girl trying to fucking bigger yeah exactly I get in my car wasted and drive home and I'm like never talked to her again so like for me. I've had I've had predatory. Women like come on to me and maybe it's because they gave off some masculine energy. They're like yeah we can intern her out and I'm like I'm good you know like no no hard feelings or anything but like no I couldn't do three psalms. I'm not I'm not really like into girls like it's just you know and it's because I had some unfortunate experiences before and it just turned me off in general so shitty yeah yeah yeah but it's no different than like when a guy does absolutely yeah but it's something I've never talked about because like an also ten years ago like not a lot of people were out like now. It's so much more common to be accepted by L._G._B._T._Q.. People are like you know the community and like you know everyone's fucking great. The community is great but for me personally because those experiences. I'm just not into women yeah you know for me. It's just like I just realized that afterwards like after that whole the whole experience I was like oh it's cool. I appreciate beautiful. Women like a love beautiful when you do all the time we look at girls. We'll be like she's fucking queue. You know like all the time exactly I'm all about it and I love that and that's I think that's why I love the community that grew up with in my early twenties with all the burners and the goat answers and stuff because everyone was so open about everything I saw so many titties and dressing rooms and stuff and they were all awesome and they had like orgies and stuff all the time but it was just like it made me more comfortable with sex which I love. That's one of my favorite parts about me that I'm so comfortable about sex like if you can you told me I like to eat as my mouth whatever I mean different strokes are different folks but you know what I'm happy for you. You know because I think everybody has some kind of fetish and like the like they're either denying it or the suppressing it or whatever but everybody has some sort of fetish so let's all like not yuck each other's. 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We All Fell In Too

Little Stories for Tiny People

29:10 min | 11 months ago

We All Fell In Too

"This is Ria. Welcome to little stories for tiny people fears. We all have them. I certainly do. One of my biggest fears is heights. Being a super tall bridge yup that freaks me out downhill skiing terrifying. Let's see what else scares me? Oh well okay I kind of tonight it before but I will admit I am afraid of geese. Look I challenge you to get trapped by a swarm of geese while out for a slow jog a narrow path and come away from that experience without a very real very rational fear of those under sized dinosaurs moving on. I'm also afraid of snakes. I know most people love snakes and just WANNA snuggle up with them. But not me. Our story today is about fears. It's also a follow up you one of my most popular episodes. We all fell in guests. Today I had some scheduling difficulties but the studio spiders are here and they are scowling at me right now so I think that means we should get on with it. So let's get sue it. The story is called. We all fell in Sioux. Take it away you SI- now remember. There are no pictures. You're going to have to imagine the pictures in your mind. You can imagine the pictures ever. You want okay here. We go okay. Gill you're going to take a deep breath and move closer to the worm. Gill shivered with fear. He looked ahead at the worm. Poking its head out of the ground about five feet away. Gill gulped Goop slithered himself about one inch closer and gave a nervous smile. How how did I do? Did I do really well? Well Gill your fierce buddy. Yeah you're closer now. You're a little bit closer. You did something Gill Jim side. She was a short haired Dachshund with a shiny coat of black and Brown for. She looked at the animals. She was meant to lead on that day's fear exposure hike. There was still a garden snake with a paralyzing. Fear of worms. Begonia a turtle terrified of being alone. Clive. A tree crab with a sprained leg who had written on his form that he's terrified of being airborne and a three legged cat named Desmond with fear of Saint Desmond took a step away from Gill. The garden name Jam I group the day would be waste just like every other this whole idea of taking a bunch of animals out on a fear exposure. Hike clearly sounded brilliant and business was booming but in practice there was never enough time in a day to address. Everyone's fears like just last week. When Gem was somehow expected to cure a Hedgehog with fear of crows and a crow that was afraid of hedgehogs and a tarantula that also happened to be afraid of hedgehogs and crows. Oh and a lady bug afraid of dancing. The whole system was a farce matter. It was gems final day of work at four fifty two. She was going to quit. She already had a speech planned out. She'd even tapped a copy of it in her Satchel. Just in case all morning she'd been practicing most important line in her head to get it right and I'm taking my stapler now now and I'm taking my stapler. That's the one. Gem took a deep breath scratch behind her ear with a Hind Foot and reluctantly returned to the present. Nice effort Gill. We'll come back to you later. Next time you'll be staring at the worm for a full minute so please start doing some mental rehearsals of that while you wait alright. Begonia Europe Begonia Green already. Seeing as she was a turtle turned slightly greener and began to pull her head into her. Shell Gem in nudged her forward. Let's move this way. That looks like a good spot for your first time being alone for thirty seconds the rest of the group knowing their own turns were coming offered some lukewarm encouragements. Begonia. You'RE GONNA do okay while we as terrifying as you think it will be less terrifying than that. Maybe a woke up. You never know okay. Begonia you sit right here and we will all go right over there just beyond that. Tuft of grasses. They were in the middle of the forest in the earliest days of spring. The trees were waking up from their winter sleep. The longer stretches of sunshine coaxing them to sprout green buds all along their branches. On this particular day the sky was a periwinkle blue with gauzy clouds. Drifting over the Sun Birds Sang and bows sky in the distance. The group heard some goats having a dance party. Golden Crowned and plopped herself on the ground as she was told Gem Gill Clive and Desmond shuffled away from her Begonias is went wide. Please don't leave me. We will be right over there just behind that. Tuft of grasses gem said walking backwards. I cannot be alone. What if there is a sudden lightning storm. What if that goat dense drifts? Over here I must South Park Dancer. Everyone ignored Begonia for her own. Good of course. They continued walking just a few feet away just beyond that Tuft of. Oh Oh. No Gem groaned. She pulled herself up. Stand Gill the garden. Snake was sprawled across her back. She slid him off. There were specks of dirt on gems eyelashes in her firm was rumbold. Dusty Gem pod. Her is until they were clear then looked up. No no walk then. She remembered Begonia terrified. Begonia who was still safely above ground but go NYA. The rest of the animals joined in a bus goes. Yeah find very very very long branch and a Green Turtle. Shell came toppling down the whole. It bounced once and then came to arrest. Begonia popped out looking guilty but not as guilty as gem thought she should look. I'm just very afraid of being alone. Gem looked up at the circle of afternoon sky far above them. Gem Instinctively pod for her SATCHEL which had been slung across her back. It was gone. It must have come off as she tumbled. Gem glanced around realizing that if she didn't do something quick instead of ending the day by quitting her job. I'm taking my stapler. Live out the rest of her days in this Dr Kohl in the ground with a bunch of terrified animals i. She took stock of the situation. She had a garden snake. A tree crab a turtle and a three legged cat she herself was a dachshund so she couldn't jump very high she couldn't climb very well either. Their roots jutting out from the soil in walls of the whole jam began pulling roots yanking them from the soil with her paws and putting them in a pile very small pile. Her Animal Associates said unhelpful. Things as she did gashed and seemed like those blasts went electro. The Ruth's and that's really small pie longer. You harming those emails is. I'm not sure I can digest them. I have a very sensitive system. No Clive we are going to tie them together to make a rope. Oh okay would anyone actually like to help me. Everyone suddenly had things to do. Marshall is very dirty. I should probably clean it up today. one of those routes could out to be a snake. Clive began singing as if that would improve their situation. Do do did it do do do do do. I could help gills slithered over and looked up at jam. She looked back gill taking in his completely armless and legless presents. Can you pull out some routes? Gill looked at the roots poking out from the soil he onto one and pulled. Rather pathetically it didn't move a small worm poked its head out from the soil and smiled warmly. Allow Hello there fancy meeting you on my travels. Gill leaped back and curled himself up into a tight shivering. Spiral Gem shook her head and got back to work. Hello she said to the worm. Good Day to you. The worm tipped it's tiny hat and disappeared back wins. It came with no help from the others. Gem had a hard time gathering roots when she finally managed to breed together enough fruits to make a small length of rope. She looked up to see desmond the cat gnawing on the other end. I was angry. I was real hungry after that. Gem tried using Gill as a lasso. Don't worry Gil I'm just GonNa hurl you up there and all you have to do is snag yourself in Iraq or something Do I do have to do this. Yes do you think there might be a worms up there? Gem Look Dick Gill and her thoughts screamed for attention between her floppy ears. You are a snake as snake. You cannot be afraid of a worm it does not make any sense but Jim did not say that out loud instead. She said this is a great time to overcome that. Fear of your Gail Harry Gal Fortunately dachshunds legs are extremely short. Jam couldn't lift her leg to an angle close to what she'd need to in order to Hurl Gill out of the very deep hole instead. Gil went flying into the wall. Oh next gem tried yelling. We're trapped in a very deep hole and we do not have the required skill set to escape. Help US please. I will provide you three free sessions affair exposure therapy. She grew increasingly desperate. I have to quit my job today. Fleas lower something to rescue me. I mean us. You're creating when that didn't work. She agreed to Clive's repeated requests and Organiz state choir with the animals. Whole was somehow. They're beautiful singing. Did Not attract anyone so there. They were three hours. Spent in a hole in the ground. Gem had outsourced ideas but the ideas. The animals offered were strange and useless. So far here is our list of ideas we could use saliva to make glue and put it on her feet and then climb up. That was my idea okay. Next week could fashion wings for ourselves out of sticks. Yeah I up with that one okay. We could close our eyes and imagine we are frogs and can jump really high and then maybe it will come through well though as those my idea was my best and D. I do like these. And lastly and lastly we could see sing pretty songs until the birds come it at work. I think I think it could work. Does anyone have any other ideas? Well that's it. That was my life. This was my useless useless life. Gem turned herself in a circle several times following her own tail until finally she settled on the ground and let her loan ears flop over her is the rest of the animals looked at each other suddenly feeling a new very real fear that eclipsed the ones that had brought them out on that day's hike that's when they heard pasta gem lifted her head and glanced up at the sound or eight showtime everyone old. Yeah we will offer three free. E fear exposure high. The Pasta APPs stopped the animals saw a nose and whiskers appear up above. We are saved. Just make sure you pull me up with someone as I can. Not under any circumstances be a low I can be pulled up with anyone except worms up there. Gem glared at the animals stop. We don't even know who this is. The animal above grunted. Excuse me gem called. Would it be possible for you to rescue us? I considering is the animal moved so they could finally see him. It was a what was it. Our human off. Are you an enormous hamster? The animals simply haram. He's Chinchilla Chinchilla right and before all of your whispers shock and learning new species. Let's just get on with as I have a meeting to attend. I have literally no time to waste directly to the poet without meandering haul. The animals fell silent. We used to be wild. Many years ago used to roam the wilds of South America League. Mvp used to me free now. We just living human container slash bosses level. Not being served up ladder. Omar Mounir. Well Whoa yes. It's all very intriguing. Anyway I myself don't live in a human sleep boss city more ice skate so I'd build this trip rope. Travis my track. I am trying to capture the mysterious and honey big pre to always fun calling. How can you believe in being? Why would you spend every Monday through Saturday? In two thirds of Sunday surgery for being-for plenty of creatures spend their lives doing strange things in attempting to capture an elusive creature. Absolutely does wander the forests of the Pacific northwest. We arm him. I only want to have lunch and learn his ways. Pick his brain aid watched as the others continued to laugh. She felt like her one chance to escape. Dungeon slipping away from her gems scrambled to think through their situation to grasp at some small thing that might save them. Guinea pig wanted to find big foot in the forest. He'd clearly devoted his life to the cause and gem from leading countless fear exposure hikes. New The forest better than anyone. So that meant an idea dropped into Jim's brain guinea pig look hear me out. Gem Heard Guinea pig shifting from paw to paw clearly itching to leave. She got a quick glimpse of a rope that Guinea pig casually tomorrow. What if we helped you find bigfoot? We could gem pause for a second realizing how much she did not want to do the things she was about to suggest that she continued on knowing either only shot to escape. We would attend meetings meetings with presentations at put together committees lots of committees and and we could circulate memos and also most importantly we could go out on searches to find bigfoot for you. Gem felt her heart swell with hope as she looked up. At the circle of late afternoon Sky Guinea pig stopped shifting his snout and whiskers were still as if he were frozen in thought in contrast the animals and the whole erupted with anxiety hurt for bigfoot rapes right. What if Selfo there could definitely be meetings? Are you kidding me meetings? This is our only hope gems. I twitched as she stared them all down. The animals fell silent gazing upward with a strange mix of anticipation and dread finally Guinea pig spoil. Sorry it took me a minute to do the math math man. My Big Foot search love is at capacity. We've maxed out our space in the tree and the fire marshal. There will come after me if I add even one more animal also side notes. We are extremely close to finding bigfoot. I do love your enthusiasm for long meetings. Committees and memo's membership is closed so by with that Guinea pig disappeared gem was paralyzed staring upwards. As her brain tried to catch up to what had just happened there was already a bigfoot foot. Search Club membership was closed. None of it made any sense. How many animals had Guinea pig trapped down here but all of those thoughts fell away as fear settled in gem was never getting out never quitting. Her Job. Never finding a way to lead a useful life. He's coming back right well it was. He just joking strange. Humor is math. Two minutes later the mood in the deep dark hole had taken another dive. Oh is lost. I saw were jammed JEM but JEM was curled in a ball. Her ears flopped over her is unable to do anything else. Night fell and the whole took on a new shocking level of darkness and they never left the whole the end. Just kidding that would be cruel. And I wouldn't do that night. Fell and the whole took on a new alarming level of darkness. The Moon was tucked behind a cloud. All was quiet then. They heard something. What was that maybe Guinea pig coming back for us. Doubtful Gem lifted her head. She figured the sound was simply a nighttime creature on its way to a Flamengo dance show or a candle making class already too far away to hear their calls but then the clouds shifted enough for glow of moonlight to fall over the whole. The animals gasped as they looked up and saw a rope. It dropped down in a flash AND THE END OF IT HIT. The ground is soft. Thud Gem leapt to her feet and dash to the rope sniffing at wildly. It's not Guinea pig. It's something else. The animals huddled around the probe and stared upward. There was a tall shadowy figures back lit by the moon at the edge of the whole it was completely still and seemed to be waiting for them to do something. Gem Felt Relief. Wash over her. She nudged the animals forward and one by one grabbed. Hold of the rope. Gem waited until they were all secure then. She grabbed onto it herself and the hulking creature above began to raise the road. In seconds gems head emerged from the whole and she scrambled onto solid ground. She looked up just in time to see the creature even bigger than she'd imagined. Loping away on two feet. Jim Suddenly remembered her Satchel with her camera inside. She dashed around blindly finally finding it in the grass. She paused at the closure knows. Did Open lifted her camera and clicked. The flash momentarily blinded her. When she regained her sight in the darkness. The creature was gone. Did you get a photo was that? Do you think it was no gem pod at her camera until the photo of the creature appeared. There was in the middle of the frame. It's back facing them. A large running by peel blur gem turned off the camera and shoved it. Back in her Satchel but deep down she and the others knew exactly what they'd seen. Do you think we should tell? The gamely yameen a Guinea pig. Yes should be tell him. Everyone was silent for a moment. Nah Yeah Gem leads. The animals home. She felt a great sense of peace knowing that she still had time to quit her job. Take her stapler and go on to mix of her life across the forest. Guinea pig called his Big Foot Search Club meeting to order my friends. We are getting awfully and I mean awfully close to finding bigfoot beers come in different forms. This story began with some pretty straightforward fears being alone WORMS SNAKES. But what about gems biggest fear hers was a little more complex. Jam wanted to lead a useful life and suddenly she was afraid she never have the chance. Sometimes the thought of never confronting that fear of yours of never be able to hike a mountain or go in a flight somewhere incredible or to try that new food. Sometimes the thought of not doing something becomes scarier than the thought of doing it. That's what happened to me with my writing. I had to ask myself. Could I really accept never sharing my writing with people? Would I be satisfied with that life in moments like that? You realize that never doing the thing that scares you is something. You just cannot accept. That's when you act move forward in you expose yourself to challenges and sometimes when you do that magical things happen so I encourage all of you to separate those straightforward fears. You know your basic theories of rainbows you know. That's a common one or rain coats. That's not unusual separate those from the fears that might not be serving you like the fear of trying something new or if you're just being yourself or the fear of showing someone something that you need because those kinds of fears might be holding you back from something really. Cool Wall. Little stories. Tiny people is written performed and produced by me. Rea- pector my in house. Technical Director Peter K. Runs my website and puts my stories on the Internet for all of you to enjoy big things to e Cy for providing this super important reminder message at the beginning and special thanks to all of the listeners who sentenced sound effects us in this story. Thank you to Calvin Oskar Claire. Eric and ONA okay. Well I'm off to jump into a confined space with a bunch of angry geese. That's that's how I overcome. I fear right sure. Hope thank you as always for listening in.

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Lizzo's Bootylicious Speech, 50 Cents Epic Cameo& More - Nightly Pop 03/18/20

Nightly Pop

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Lizzo's Bootylicious Speech, 50 Cents Epic Cameo& More - Nightly Pop 03/18/20

"Look tonight pop. Happy Monday. If you're wondering why this low budget clauses today hunter still off. I'm currently shopping in Paris and Nina's enjoying her time away from us. Relax -ation y'all all right. Listen for you. We're giving you a very special best of episode from our one hundred and twenty plus show crazy. I don't know where the time has gone. And we have to start with our very first episode when no one knew who the we were. Are you excited about nightly pop? Eilly pops what is it called nightly pop what days it on. What's that I'm sorry within? My God. Wait is the award. Let the the show with Martha Stewart on E. Poverty a strip club in Atlanta fat. Oh Okay Cheyenne so that again. Because I'm like am I in Fernie the awards nightly pop all right so that was kind of funny slightly embarrassing but we did have one important fans from day. One right totally. Well there is. This really means a lot to me as the first night of the show and I just there's no other guests I could have wished for more than you. I'm sorry what Shell you know my new show nightly pop. I do you you saw you saw those people they were seeing. I would love to and I probably can do it tomorrow or any other night but I'm here for revenge body right now. We'll know see. The problem is that the show's only one night a week. Nightly pop right. I know it's a little confusing but neither one it's just Mondays to start Can I told them? The title was confusing. Maybe it should be Monday. It's all like debatable title. Now maybe when you're on the network a little longer you could pick the Taiko well. Our show isn't always about jokes. We also bring some hard hitting news. It's true we have some pretty big interviews in the past year. Welcome to a very special nightly pop. I'm here with the disgusting R Kelly. I've said nothing. We just started the interview. 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I love the outspoken. You always speak your truth. Thank you Nina Hunter. What I love most about you is that you're just so not physically threatening to you. Know what I mean. You're more of a meek personality. You're not somebody that's overbearing. Sort of what? I'm GonNa do is stab you. Oh God let's do trust fall and that will bring us closer. There's no way I'm going to be able to hold her. She's top having she's wildly all right. I'm countless down three JU I. He's like Spaghetti. He's sleeping right. I can't work like this. He did not even fall into my arms and they work for you. Guys think everybody for coming today is not my show. This is our show every single one of you is all of our show. Yes I have over a million followers on instagram. That's not important. Homeport invited me to dinner which is also going to be relevant to the show. What's important is that we are family. I think they said if he came around one we're going to HR and have a conversation after we're done here on the haunted hayride. I do slutty Halloween. I don't do this I will. I will fight somebody tonight. I wasn't afraid of doing this thing until I did. Some research to people died on this last week. Two Female Co host. You maybe be okay. Unfortunately team building isn't going to fix hunters thirst for women who are way out of his league. I mean yeah. He spent way too much of our time shooting his shot but at least he keeps it creative. Where's hunter sorry? I was doing some last minute touches. You guys saw Jennifer Lawrence got an engagement gift with her fiance. They got that painting. I WanNa get them a better. Engage me gifts so I went ahead and just fence all night painting my own. We're concerned about the fact that he spent all night doing this. Oh my goodness Jennifer Lawrence. You want this. Yeah she doesn't. I'm not sure if you're familiar with a guy named Hunter March. He has some words for you if there's one celebrity who I'd want to see my dm it would probably be this guy hunter. He works in office. He has a show on e. So what do you say and I really appreciate it? You'll have fun. You know that when I saw that and then realized I had to talk about it on this show and necessary unless I had to take a deep look at myself in my career. I decided that I could slide into norrman. Dmz ASK or. I could go into my backyard and do my morning shot of truth which are doing instagram. I try no not right I also. Let's stop playing this. You know guys this is this is after I got it I was like could I gotta work them back. Are you familiar with the push? Ups were to see if the basket was there. Well Hunter isn't the only one who's missed his shot on the show. You have pilot Pete's rose. I have nothing to say about that so I heard that creeped hunter has been hitting on you. A blind spot. I think I have the solution. So buckle up your fly with pilot by John. 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"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting caucus. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Laura morrison is author. I spoke to this year about her. New podcast spaceman. It's about a fictional cancelled. Tv show and decided and one am vicious fan. Decided to take all the audio from the show and make it a podcast. Here is part of our conversation. And i had a a group of writer friends online and we were all kind of working on these different novellas for a novello writing contest and We were all reading each other's books and giving each other feedback and stuff and in mine. Avella there was a fictional. tv show called space mantis There and my writer friends. And i we all just started the they liked the concept of the show and all of the elements of the show. That i mentioned in my novello were really seemed to connect with a lot of people and they thought it was really fun and funny that the ideas that i put in there and we just started talking about. What if it was a real show end. How how fun would that be if it was like actually a thing and then we started kind of brainstorming. Because we're all like we love you know creativity and the arts and and working together collaborative collaboratively on projects and things like that so we all just. It was a bit of a process. I guess but it. It just sort of organically eventually formed. That i would write these scripts and everybody just chose a character they wanted and we just put a podcast together because a lot of these people have a lot of varied backgrounds. And there's people who are really good at tech and there are people who are good at making the music or the show And of course the voice acting it all just we. We're a big group with a big Skillset guess and so it just seemed eventually after some talk that it would be a good fit to make a podcast infinity. Us for a second with that gun. Aren't you kate about chinchillas. Chinchillas coming and array of colors including standard grey ebony white recieve white pink light from velvet. Yeah that's what i'm talking about. You get a dan. Brown velvet pet chinchilla curled up on your head. Captain new mighty kong dog. That man is obsessed with his hair. Look for space mantis. Wherever you get your podcast for bite. This is tony takata.

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Byte Space Mantis

Sci-Fi Talk

03:11 min | 2 months ago

Byte Space Mantis

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting caucus. It's it's not the same way that you you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Laura morrison is author. I spoke to this year about her. New podcast spaceman. It's about a fictional cancelled. Tv show and decided and one am vicious fan. Decided to take all the audio from the show and make it a podcast. Here is part of our conversation. And i had a a group of writer friends online and we were all kind of working on these different novellas for a a novello writing contest and We were all reading each other's books and giving each other feedback and stuff and in mine. Avella there was a fictional. tv show called space mantis There and my writer friends. And i we all just started the they liked the concept of the show and all of the elements of the show. That i mentioned in my novello were really seemed to connect with a lot of people and they thought it was really fun and funny that the ideas that i put in there and we just started talking about. What if it was a real show end. How how fun would that be if it was like actually a thing and then i started kind of brainstorming. Because we're all like we love you know creativity and the arts and and working together collaborative work collaboratively on projects. And things like that so we all just. It was a bit of a process. I guess but it. It just sort of organically eventually formed. That i would write these scripts and everybody just chose a character they wanted and we just put a podcast together because a lot of these people have a lot of varied backgrounds. And there's people who are really good at tech and there are people who are good at making the music or the show And of course the voice acting it all just we. We're a big group with a big Skill guess and so it just seemed eventually after some talk that it would be a good fit to make a podcast infinity at ease for a second with that gun. Aren't you kate about chinchillas. Chinchillas coming and array of colors including standard grey ebony white recieve white pink light from velvet. Yeah that's what i'm talking about. You get a dan. Brown velvet pet chinchilla curled up on your head. Captain lou mighty kong dog. That man is obsessed with his hair. Look for space mantis wherever you get your podcast for bite. This is tony takata.

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This is a Banger & Parkour Hedgehog

Ghoul Gaming Gals

45:26 min | 2 months ago

This is a Banger & Parkour Hedgehog

"Just out of curiosity. How many times would be too many times to listen to the hamilton soundtrack. I've never listened to it. So i wouldn't know how about you. Ask me that. But instead of how many times many times listen to hamilton. Ask for the beetlejuice physical. Okay how many i will say. Never okay alrighty. Well i'm gonna go with that answer then. Because i have listened to the hamilton soundcheck apart from listening to my podcasts. Like when i'm driving or what. I'm just kinda muddling around the house. She was means my. She doesn't mean our podcast. She means like the podcast. We listened to. Yeah you know what i mean. I don't actually listen to our podcast. I feel like that would be really awkward. It's like you're listening to like. Yeah this is a banger. You're like what. But i mean as in like i. Listen to the podcasts. That i have subscribed and listened to but when i am not listening to those i am almost exclusively alcyone soundtracks. I mean it is this. I've listened to the beetlejuice soundtrack. More often than i'd like to admit and there is nothing wrong with that because it brings you joy mid does and in this time joy is all we enjoy. Yeah exactly so how are you. I'm okay. Yeah which i guess. We'll just get into highs and lows. 'cause oh yeah it's i guess she's from this then about your highs and lows which you already know but my loans that my hedgehog has passed away. I'm so sorry it's okay. She was an elderly. Albino lady she was i was gonna say she was very old so was very old. She had a good run. She was very spry old. Albino lady that really lived a good life. And i gave her the best i could and we kind of knew it was coming already. So wind up. Yeah we knew it just was shocking but yeah just because you are like expecting. It doesn't make it any less difficult. Yeah and so. I also was trying to make a point of being a part of the aftermath because when my i had a chinchilla years ago zelda I never to be a part of any of that stuff. So i missed out on it because she announced while i was gone and i made it a point to acknowledge. I'll have to let you borrow one of these books i have. But there's this youtuber that i follow called asking mortician and her name's caitlin And she talks about death in the process of kind of dealing with it and in some cultures you know there is no morticians or anything. It's the family prepares the body and and everything and and they believe it's the best way to deal with death because you get to witness it firsthand like hey. This person has gone. Yeah so i did that. I tried to help as much as i could to put her to rest. And i think it helped me kind of not speed through the mourning process but kind of acknowledge it better. Yeah yeah. I think that's something that has struggled with here almost a year and a half after mai's older has died and is still there. I wasn't i was out of town. She died tragically. And i'm still grieving. I am still not over it. I tell tale the time. I don't think i will ever truly be over it. No because it's when you're not like their first hand for something. It's hard to like connect the dots. Because you're like what. What do you mean. And that i think is part of the grieving gets out. Never get over near like oh. They weren't ready. Which is why. I'm sure people that have young kids that are terminally ill. It's hard for them to because they're like. Oh they have so many years but yeah it is. It's just difficult. But i'm i'm feeling better. I'm just a little sad. But i get it me being a part of the process and putting her to rest and i already knew it was coming Contributed to helping me get through it. But that's my low. But i know that she lived a happy life. I will say the last couple of weeks right before she passed away. She was the most active that she'd ever been. It was really weird. 'cause she's she was like almost six years old or past six years old no one really knows but she was like park horan in her fucking page she like also scott the lid off her cage which she's boy on and i was just like what is going on so like. Are you good. So i know she wasn't feeling terrible because i don't think she would've been handling two hands on igloo. Two hands on wall spider crawling up the side of it. I think i think she. She was spry until the day she died. So good well that makes it a little bit easier. Yeah no that like. She didn't suffer. But i know that she's happy now. And that's all that matters and but that was my low and high is probably just having realizing how awesome of support system. I have and like all my friends that have you know reached out to me and also just been there in general is very nice and i'm also looking forward to my trip which is now only. I guess when you hear this. It's a week away. But yeah or we as ray enjoy but right. Now it's about two weeks away and I'm getting excited to going and exploring safely of course but it'll be nice to to have some alone time with eric in a hotel. Plenty of face masks me to send you face. I have i think five now. Oh good okay i have never collected no will literally never say no to a face mask so but i'm excited to do that. What are your highs and lows. i don't. I don't know that i have any particular highs or lows like it wasn't a is another one of those was not a bad week. It wasn't a good week wasn't bad week. I guess my high is that like wednesday was veterans day. And so i had the day off kinda just be alone in the house which is always nice. I find. This is the second wednesday that i have been off. The first one was. Because i wasn't feeling well but the second in the last couple of weeks and i find that having a wednesday off in the middle of the week makes it so much easier to get through the week. I don't break in a little rain. Yeah which is. I kind of miss that about universals like i would work monday wednesday friday and sunday sometimes and then i would just be at school but i liked being in school when i was in college. I would prefer being in school than i would doing anything else. On honest to god. I loved being in school. But that's what i miss about working at universal's having those broken days off same that's probably the only thing i miss about working people android the people. That was the only other thing my. I don't super have any lows. I mean other. Than i have said i feel like every week but like my constant personality trait of just being tired yeah seriously chronic retired yum. Yeah yeah chronically tired chronically. Ill chronically anxious chronically. Depressed all the time. I want that on t shirt and then just back says chronic. Yeah among someone's going to be like while they smoke a lot of weed into they go to the front and they're like Oh man so. That's i don't super have any really any lows that's good. Yeah yeah all i guess. Let's hop back because you texted me and said all i have something that's gonna make you infuriated and i was great the opposite emotion that i've been feeling right now Which honestly is good. Because like oh was nice to feel something literally i got it. I got it so the the end of the story is very frustrating and infuriating. So i'm gonna hunt just hop right into it. I am gonna start my story here with a bit of a disclaimer. this is. I have been referencing that i am very closely connected to the so. There might be some details that i if you ever looked it up on your own i leave out for the sake of my personal connections and the way i am connected to this case so i am going to tell you today about the attempted murder of christian shane stein. Okay who who owns relation to you. It is a the younger brother of a childhood friend of mine. Okay so we are not friends anymore. Not for any specific reason other than we have both grown up. She was several years older than me too. So i think she just kind of grew up in moved on with her life and i was still like a kid when she yeah. Yeah so This takes place in two thousand. And so i was eight years i was we land. I was very small. And that. And that's important to keep in mind later on. But i will mention that sell in the early morning hours sometime between four fifty and five twenty. Am of wednesday. July twenty six two thousand indiana county. Police officials in pennsylvania responded to a call to thirty one north. Brady street brewers will pennsylvania where the family of william. Shane stein his wife. Mary stein their two children. Shannon and shane stein and william's mother margaret all lived in a duplex together. There's not a whole lot of like relevant background on the families so there's like no criminal backgrounds or records of the sort from anybody so shannon was fourteen at the time and the younger one. His name was christian but he went by shane. So this can be a little bit confusing because both the dad. Whose name was william. Shane and the son who was christian. Shane went by Oh that is confusing. I like christian chain to make it easier. Well they in in this close circle group. They went by big shane. Little shane okay about time. Going to refer to them a little bit more enduring. But that's just how. I've always known them. And i don't want anybody to think that i am endeared in any way too big shane because you will find out why so back to july twenty six shannon sign who is like i said fourteen She woke up to the sound of her. Younger brother shouting. Get him off me. Get him off me. And so obviously. The family rushed shane's bedroom to find that he had been knocked unconscious violently stabbed in the side of his head with a four and a half inch steak knife. Broken off it skull broken off. Oh my god. They are so much force so. Shane was rushed to the hospital Which was a children's hospital in pittsburgh and the doctors were not convinced that he would survive this attack and he stayed in a coma in hospital for nearly two months. Spoiler alert ish. He does survive. But the poor kid leggings which is amazing and a miracle but the poor kid like had to go through rehab and then their p. for years after this i'm sure some mmediately after the attack after little. Shane was airlifted to the pittsburgh. Children's hospital hold on the eighth alot who that was weird one. Oh that was weird. I swore i heard somebody knocking on the door. Thought it was cow. I didn't hear anything. Oh that was weird. I'm hallucinating okay. I'm frigging myself out you're fine. You're good K. so investigators. Obviously they went straight to work. Looking for evidence includes in. What what the heck happened in this household. The family claimed that an intruder had contacted just some unknown intruder. They didn't know who was The here the inter had come in while everybody was asleep and had left before anybody got the room after. Shane was screaming little. Shane was screaming men before investigators. Got there us so Let me come back to the fact that i was eight at the time because just imagine little eight year old girl hearing that a friend of hers was like might be dying because some random guy decided to come into their into their light. And someone's gonna come into mind room and is going to stab me. I was fucking terrified. Did your parents tell you this. I don't super remember the exact details. I remember being stressed out. But i also remember my mom after a couple days telling me not to worry about it that it's fine. It's not a problem. It shouldn't be a problem. It's okay at the time. I just thought it was like adult was telling me that everything's gonna be okay now. In hindsight i understand why she didn't think it was going to be a problem. But we're going to get there so the investigation to the house turned up some We'll say interesting. Perhaps maybe even alarming in evidence so the investigators found a broken window on the kitchen door. Like you know how like in some houses. The back door has like like a small window from kitchen. No you're picturing. Yes so the window was broken but the weird thing that was not consistent with the break in was that the glass was broken from the inside out instead of outside in. That's weird Exactly indicating that glass would have been broken from the inside. The other thing that was interesting was that they were absolutely no fingerprints like zero. None no fingerprints like you would imagine if somebody broke into print than that but there were. I'm i'm not saying there were no family to write. Everything was why blaming someone wiped the weapon used establish. Shane was actually a knife right from their very own kitchen. Okay so if there was an intruder they would have to break in and then go search for a knife. Yeah yeah it doesn't make it already. You're you're you're saying the same things that investigators like things aren't adding up here so all of that in itself isn't necessarily suspicious until the investigation also turns up some other evidence that is even more alarming such as on big chains computer. He had between the hours of three mansoori and before the attack downloaded more than one hundred adult pornographic images and at least half of those downloads. They depicted oral sex weird so to give you context. This happened between. He was downloading those images between three and four am little. Shane was stabbed less than an hour. After that. what are we are another piece of evidence. That isn't super widely known and even to my inner circle. We don't have a lot of information. Is that there was blood found on the family storm door that when tested matched big chain. But i don't know if that was old blood. Maybe he was working on the car. Maybe something just happened or if it was fresh fled. I don't. I don't have that but it was turned up in the investigation that there was blood on the storm door. Okay i was but it was big chains blood. It was big chains during all of the investigation before police named any persons of interest or suspects or anything like that like the family was like oh to media. Oh yeah we're being really cooperative working with the police to try to find out. Who did this to our boy blah blah blah. but like no they. Weren't they absolutely were. We're not the investigation will let me backup another thing. That investigators noted during his two and a half hour interview was how like calm and almost nonplussed big. Shane was already even though his son was dying or was probably dying. And yeah yeah yeah. Nobody thought little. Shane was gonna survive this so our to you. A quote from the westmoreland county old post gazette which reads thusly i actually wrote reads thus leeann my notes of course occurred a gates quote. The boy's father seemed oddly. Calm during two. And a half hours of questioning william shane stein who is on trial for the attack. On his son repeatedly denied gil but was model of operation refusing twice that day. Which is the day of his questioning to let the comatose youngster be tested for signs of a sexual assaults corporal. Kenneth kerris said described. The demeanor of the boy's father as quote emotionless in flatlined and he said he found that unusual so i might spoil the story a little bit there. But i'm going there so the police had to obtain search warrants to obtain evidence like the family wouldn't let police into the house to search the house. They wouldn't let them arrate kit on little shane now. The thing that i should note is that there was a rape. Kit performed on shane. Like immediately because blair's holes very small town. It's like one of those towns were literally. Everybody knows everybody. I only spend the summers up there. In recent years have not even done it every summer and i can still walk right down the street and be like hey guy. Hey hey like. I just know the people who lives there and i've only been visiting in the summer for my whole life so all that to say that this wasn't necessarily equipped to handle a big profile case like this one ended up being so they they did perform a rape kit on little shane like before obtaining a warrant and then realized that it would not be miserable court because there wasn't a warrant because the family refused to give the verbal say-so so they did perform a second rape kit on little shane after obtaining the warrant but by the time that rape kit was to lay wormed it was too late the rape. Kit came back as Inconclusive okay and that becomes important to the story later but do you wanna know. Who's dna wasn't the first rape kit big shane it was sperm from big chain. Which like rose so armed with all of that information before they really knew the legality of it. Police named shane stein as their primary suspect arrested him. On charges of attempted criminal homicide endangering the welfare of children and two counts of aggravated assault big. Shane was arrested in late. September only weeks after little shame came out of his coma. From that point he was held on bond in an apartment. Somewhere else in indiana county in part of his was that he was not allowed to have contact with his wife his mother his daughter or his so because big shane in Stein were not willing to allow the investigators to question little shane. While he was in the hospital. They had to obtain a court order for that as well and during that interview because of brain trauma that had happened like little. Shane could really only like shaking his head. And kind of move porpoise. Yes so they could only really at ask him like yes or no questions but in the interview little. Shane did implicate his father in the attack. That's crazy but not long. After that a very long and drawn out psych evaluation legal battle would ensue over. Whether or not he was mentally sound enough to testify given his head injuries. But i think in the end it did end up that he did testify in court albeit as best he could because this happened as soon covering from yeah. I don't know exactly how long he was recovering from his injury. But it was a very long it was. I would assume it. Would i mean when you get brain damage. I assume for most people. They're lucky to get any function back. Let alone almost every. Yeah takes us if we try to rain. Yeah it's incredible the way that he The way that he recovered from all of that like today you wouldn't you wouldn't know why people what the human body can recover from. I know i know it is so january of two thousand and one big chains. Defense team petitioned the court to have little. Shane re evaluated by psych. By a psychiatrist or a psychologist in an attempt to have him dean on reliable as a witness and so without little change testimony they would have been able to apply for the charges to be dropped due to lack of concrete. Evidence without appeal was denied however an appeal was filed a little bit earlier for the sexual assault. Charges to be dropped and that appeal was granted on the basis that the dna from legal rape. Clint was inconclusive. Okay so during this time. Shannon age. Fifteen and shane aged thirteen now are in foster care. They are not allowed to be in custody of their mother than all are being custody of their grandmother Obviously to be in custody with their father. And if you talk to shannon to this day. She would plead her father's innocence. This whole family doesn't think that the only people who think that big. Shane did not do it. Are the stein family and a couple other people. But we'll get there so little. Shane whole time. Like we're not even allowed to have like supervised visitation. There was absolutely zero contact. He was not allowed to see his son at all. Zip zilch zero. No questions asked now to see his son during the trial when big. Shane was pressed on like what happened that night. He continued to maintain that it was like an unknown intruder. Wasting time on me when there's somebody out there even though like before that after that little. Shane was the only one who was attacked. So i don't know about all that when pressed for a motive big. Shane allegedly shrugged and said quote. It was like his little shane's bad luck that someone picked him to attack. Yeah but he gave no other concrete motive for why a stranger would attack them. So here's the part. Will you will become infuriated at the end of the trial which was around the end of april. Two thousand and two a jury of twelve deliberated for only a couple of hours in when they return. Financial liberation acquitted williams. Jean stein of all charges brought against him. Are you fucking kidding me. So by the time. Mid-may rolled around a judge ruled that shane was allowed to return to his home in blair's ville to live with his wife mother and daughter but not little shane and it wasn't going to be for a hell of a long time before he was eventually a yet. Yes allowed to have custody of little shane back even though little she did not want to go back. So that's not all because it gets even a little bit more already not created known at the time was working for a company called westinghouse which is electric manufacturing company in the area and he was working as a metal cutter. he'd been this like twenty five years and so he capitalized on his overturned conviction and acquittal. And let me tell you how because it sucks when he finally returned to work by law. The company's not allowed to acknowledge his arrest Treat team to treat him differently. Nothing like that Act like literal. Like a week afterward. He went and complained to hr that. He felt uncomfortable about going back to work again. He decided to leave the company but because he cited people treating him differently for the trial that he'd been on westinghouse was required to pay his salary and any potential over time until he sixty five wyatt. So he's just he's basically living on like severance pay tilles sixty five. How that's the question isn't it. That's really. I think i think the big thing everybody agrees that the two big things that i think that they could have changed. The outcome of the trial is that the first rape kit was not admissible in court. And that's the one that showed beyond the evidence. Yeah shane's dna in his mouth. The other thing is that the thing about the blood on the screen door. People look at that. And we're like will there's blood on the screen door. Nobody else's dna was in the house except for the people who live in that house. So how could there have been an intruder up. Least left a hair mike. How is unlike the way that they are making Like blair's was a very small town so when emergency when nine one one is called. There's these giant fire whistles all over town. You don't matter what time of the night you can hear them. I'm just having flashbacks of waking up to fire whistles at night that yeah i can imagine that it is like people are right there. Like the idea for an intruder to break into the house number one without anybody. Hearing number to rummage through the kitchen defined a knife without anybody hearing number three. Go up stab shane. Clean the house so that they are zero fingerprints. And then leave. This is like jon benet ramsey with a little bit of a better ending. It's yeah you're like. I don't know what the fuck is going on. But yes you know. And if you ask me williams. Shane stein is guilty. Motherfucker and raise the middle finger to him and that is the story. My friend of the attempted murder of christian chain sign. That's insane has christian. Shane come out about this instead. Anything not that i could find. I looked or i talked to my cousin who lives here in florida with me. She went to school with shannon and shane like super full-time because she lived up there. And actually the funny story about the fo. Not the funny. It's not funny and it's not a story but the interesting thing i guess about that whole story. Is that the kids at the time. Like shannon in chains like peers. Were not told about the steak knife they were told it was like somebody tried to hurt him with a butter knife. She's fucking crazy. Isn't that wild. Oh my god But as far as i could tell. I tried to ask stephanie about it. She didn't really know. I looked online. I looked to see if i can find like a facebook or something. I wouldn't buy surprised if they are witness protection. And that's why that's possible. They are probably different now. I will say that they're not different. Because i know where shannon is but yeah. So that's that well that's really upsetting. Yes i told you. Are you infuriated. Because i am. Yeah that's the issue is like. This is why people don't report. Things is because shit doesn't get done when you report things. Sometimes and they're like well. Why would i go through all this trauma reporting it if nothing going to happen. Absolutely you're preaching to the choir. My friends but i guess. Let's move onto video gaming before i get more mad about playing. I have been kind of playing the same really. Oh wait i will say this is not going to be so stupid. I charged my old three d. s. and strategic playing nintendo. That's cute and i've been playing propia. Tetras we played. Mario kart the other night but Y-yeah i picked up my old. Yes and i found that. I have majority's mask and a bunch of other things as well so i'm pretty excited to explore that. How exciting yeah. Well i'm glad for you. Thank you but yeah. I'm i'm ready for it. How what have you been playing. I started playing the valiant hearts. Great war yes i did. I did download it. I haven't yeah but how is it so far. I'm having a really good time. It's from ubisoft. i didn't realize when i picked it. Oh i didn't know that a lot of be soft aim is but you be attracted to it. i guess. So you be soft is very good at at making like historical fiction games with assassin's creed in this game is very historical fiction. But it's still. It's like a little puzzled platform. I don't know i'm having a good time. It's also like super educational because there's a light burning things. Yeah there's items that you can find. And they don't like healthy with the story or they're not like puzzle items but they do have little bits of information on how dogs were used in the great war and which was world war one in different plans of attacks from different countries. And it also gives you a timeline as you progress through the story. I gives you a timeline of the events of the real world war one and what was happening. It's super cool. So i can't wait for you to start it because it's superfund. I'm excited about too. I'm not like i like history. But there's certain parts of history that never really appeal to me. But i'm still extended to test it out. Yeah i mean at the very least. It's still like a little puzzle platformer. That's the thing is like puzzle puzzle. Platformer always fun. Anyway but yeah. Let's the only thing is the dog. There's a dog in the game. Obviously that's kind of what attracted me to it after on the dog does not die and a dog like makes little barking and whining noises in and just like panting noises and my dogs. I had to like freak out all gone crazy commute the game. Anyway go ahead and just have my dog make noise at dog doesn't respond to things like that so weird you know like at the end of crime junkie when she goes so so check. Do you approve any goes out rule. Yeah the dog's not they don't. They're not phased 'cause they've probably listened to it so many times i guess but even the very first time it happened. They weren't phase. So i'm not really sure what's going on. I don't know maybe it's like a different tone of that dog voice or something. I don't know maybe yeah okay anyway. Let's hope into this. I'm not gonna interrupt again. Oh you're fine so here. Is mike gaming news for this week. So call of duty black ops cold war. I don't know if you heard about this but people were getting real mad that you could only pick between male and female so they can be non in the game. Oh cool which which is cool. Because when i think of call of duty. I think of people that don't give a shit about that kind of thing. I was gonna say so. Let me redo some bits of this article. So the usual options were always male and female on there and people were upset about this and they really wanted proper pronouns in the campaign because in the campaign they do refer to your gender quite a lot so people were like uncomfortable about this so they wanted to see you know if they would change it so now they say they in that if you choose nonbinary and during the reveal the jenner choices were limited to male female and classified which people thought was non binary and people were like. I don't really like that. That's a classified thing. Why can't it just be out like why. Why is this some weird point. Yeah yeah and they said if we don't have something somebody wants didn't let's let them leave it classified so they can be that mysterious shadowy black character they want to be and it says that explanation didn't cut it obscuring. Such a fundamental treat beneath black bars implies that all non binary gender identities or something to hide that'll sting for any lgbt q. Plus person seeking representation inequality so they took the feedback zeppelin. Were saying seriously like why is it hidden. Why does it have to be a hidden thing to give them credit. Though i do at the at face value kind of appreciate that they tried they were like okay. We'll give you non binary character. I think it would sound cool if it was classified or classified. Yeah okay wait. They didn't realize that it was offensive at that point. Yeah they get credit for trying. I'm obviously. I can't speak on it completely because i don't identify as someone non binary yes. I have friends that are non binary but that's the equal way of saying like. Oh no i have a black friend like true. That's an so. I can't speak on it but i think it's cool that they try listening deepak. They fixed it. And that's what we're in. I think that it's cool. That triarc actually took criticism and was and they were like. We've talked up my bad so i think that's a big deal and then the other article that i have so cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. You know we're getting close to this point. And i'm really excited about it. But they keep announcing new things that you can customize do so a cd. Project rep confirmed that players will be able to actually change the color of their teeth and the length and color of their fingernails and nail polish patterns. Which you'd be able to see whenever hands are visible on the screen. Oh that's nicole's you can really customize your character is not just face it's not just close it's like subtle things like we're teeth and nails like that is insane years. Yeah really be who you wanna be. So yeah i guess so. I think it's very interesting to see what people do with their characters. And i'm not sure if you saw this my last thing. I don't have a ton of news because there's not a lot going on other than the the last thing. But i guess i can bring it up now. Is the five came out. Oh yeah and the are in the x. The xbox series x ns. yes and. i haven't heard any negative feedback yet. Have you than like the way. They went about the preorders. That nine sold more than they were allotted so by other than like the actual use of the system itself. I haven't heard one way or the other. So we'll i guess we'll see we'll keep watching it and announce in the next episode as well if we find anything interesting but as i mention that a ira warriors age of calamity nemo was shadowed dropped on the nintendo store. And i i can't leave the full game. I've never played it so i would know When my last thing was so. I don't know if you saw this floating around on your social media at all by a woman was claiming that she believes the league of legends character. The same the new character serafin was based on her and riot denies it. Oh i hadn't heard about that. So i i will obviously send you this but i won't read the whole thing but basically this girl. She said that she had a brief relationship with a right employees last year and she believes that he used her likeness and her life for the character like for the character's backstory and looks and some of the honestly images are kinda convincing is a character does look really similar to her. But honestly it's hard to tell because you make a character and it's like oh that's just a generic white girl. You know like yeah. It's hard to tell but she does make a good point. I don't know if i i completely agree with everything she says but she tries to make a good point like look at these pictures. Look at the comparison between like her and her cat. This person is you know. They have like weird similarities. But again they're very vague and generic things that like more not hard to make connections to. Yeah so i'll read part of the so yeah air. Yeah go ahead. sorry. I'm looking at pictures. Okay so ryan denies it. Seraphine was independently created by riot games and it was not based on any individual wrote the company in a statement emailed to pc gamer. Additionally the former employees stephanie is referring to left riot more than a year ago and was in a department and role that has no input whatsoever and the creative design process. Sushi used to work for riot and she never. She doesn't work for anymore which she also had a partner at one point that does work for riot as well but their relationship was apparently very brief. Stephanie shared a screenshot of text. Messages in recounts moments from her brief relationship with that partner who is the former riot employees. She said that she and him met in person. Twice and otherwise chatted and played league of legends. Over the course of three months last year during that brief relationship he allegedly brought up ideas for skins for her favourite league of legends character. Ari that were based on her so she was thinking that maybe if he's he was already trying to plan to bring skins to this character that existed why is it so fetched that he created a character like her. Yeah i mean. I'm looking at these pictures side by side and i can kind of see like maybe but she also looks like fucking mercy. Looks like eric. White girls courtesy within hair. She also kinda looks like lured k. the actual real life girl also looks like a girl. I went to college with a little bit. So i don't. That's the thing is like it's kind of generically. Yes they do look similar. I'm not going to deny that. But sodas a lot of people. I don't think it's far fetched. It could be very true that that this person did use her as for her likeness. But i guess we'll never know. Yeah but I don't. I don't know that i. She seems she seems like she's trying to grab somebody's attention. Maybe you never know like she's just attention grabbing because there are other pictures where i'm looking at her and she looks nothing like surfing. Yeah so it's like. I have no idea. She's she's making good points but also the really vague points like oh she has a cat it's like. Oh sodas yet. So it's it's hard to. She's i don't know here. And i'm like you could have just died your paint. I don't yeah yeah. You know or owes her hair similar. I cut the same. I'm looking at the make yourself look like another person right. I'm looking at pictures of them. Side by side right now and what i'm seeing is to rebuttal point. Their lips are very different shape. She has a very art. Like a cupid's bow top lip whereas serafin has a very straight top lip Her nose is a little bit wider than the character is. Shape is completely different. The eyebrow shape is a completely different shape like. Yeah i guess maybe there is about the same distance apart. But i don't know. I don't think i think she's even if you look at the text messages between her and her old partner. It seems like she's kind of forcing him to make stuff for her. Yeah like i had ideas. we're not included Not and then she says like oh like a skin for for for me for ari and he s like Yeah sure an awkward one. I guess i don't know it just seems released strange to be like. Yeah asking your boyfriend. Who works for gaming company to be like. Oh you're gonna make something for me right. It just feels kind of like weird. Why would you force that on somebody. It seems kinda odd. It's just my perspective. She could be a girl and looking at. I'm looking at the article on. Not a gamer dot net and there is one single comment comment says get a grip. Please lord okay i. I agree on that specific. Why just seems like you said a little attention grabber. She's like yeah. I'm sad that you know my boyfriend from this popular giving company didn't stay with me and now i feel like i have something to bring to the world so i'm going to share it even if i know it's incorrect. Yeah she might truly believe that that it's based on her. Yeah i'm trying not to be to judge Like i said she she may be coming from a place where she feels as though she or maybe. This partner is an asshole and was an asshole to her like. There's no details on that either. So we are wrong. So it really depends. Yep do i think she looks like sarafina little. But i also think serafin looks like mercy in like eight other overwatch characters. Yeah it's just kind of generic person. Yeah yeah not to say the looks generic. But i'm just saying the pert the character itself is generic just person so it's kinda hard to say that it's i don't know you know what i mean like what you're saying. I also think that in the realm of league of legends like all of them look like hush female characters have very similar failing maybe maybe ashes lips are a little bit more plump but they all just seem very similar shaped leah. Their faces are very similar. The characters the only thing that's different is their costumes and that's however watch characters are too so i can't say anything. Yeah exactly anyways. That's all i got for you. Okay well cool this time by the time this comes out. I won't be playing. Ira warriors age of calamity. So i apologize if you don't hear from me for days that's okay i. I knew it was going to happen. oh just wait till bertha. The wild duke. I'm gonna take time off. I'm a hermit in my bedroom. There's nothing wrong with that. I would have done that with animal crossing but we were in a pandemic. So i didn't have to. I was going to say yeah. That's true but that's all we got. And who will the next episode. You hear it'll be thanksgiving right. Yeah or if you are doing black. Friday shopping please be safe. And if you don't have to go out. I swear i promise if you go online you can buy most things online. It's this crazy thing that they're doing where they're having their same black friday sales online because they do not want you coming in the store So i was gonna say it's like i said last week but that's when we recorded our thanksgiving up so the black friday sales are going all month long. Yeah 'cause they did not be going out so be safe. I have been yeah. We'll say he's been taking. I bought a christmas. A six and a half foot. Christmas tree for forty dollars hasn't come in yet. Come in within two days nice. That's huge it up when we come back from our trip but like come on guys you can do. Yeah i yeah yeah be safe. Everybody and take a look at our patriotic and has all of our bloopers up and they're pretty fucking funny a lot of its gase. Sorry where burpee couple of independent. And then you know. Take a look at our basically. You can listen to our podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. At this point. Yeah take a look at our website. Google gaming gals dot com. If you need to gala thing you can email us at cool claiming gals at dot com or you can submit things through our website. Yes and does those lizard episodes you have till august. And i wanna read the dirty deeds. Now yeah somebody did. Send me caitlyn. Who had contributed last. Yeah yeah it's another story. I can tell you that if you would like to read it you don't want for right now. Let's wait okay. But don't like a plan definitely take a look at that. If you wanna watch our twitches angels as rem akilah and minors nelly. I will say. I am going to formally announce something later but Me and my partner are actually working on our own podcast and twitch streaming channel. Everything is almost done. And i will announce it when it is. I'm excited for you. Yeah so keep an eye out for that. And now that a gaming laptop i am also working toward revamping my twitch channel and trying to come up with like a time that would be good for me to streams. Yeah thing is finding out our regular schedule so you can advertise that. Yes so yeah. Now that i have my new top pie can do more things enjoy your weekend. Everybody and be safe and have a good time. Play some games relax. It's almost thanksgiving. Yeah enjoy your short week next week. Yeah oh no for me when this comes out. Ob next week short short week next week. Yeah you do. The only don't if i was gonna this is gonna come out this week right so when it comes out on friday. I only work three days. You're right you're right. We're going burgling going shopping. Don't go we're gonna go lay down in bed in i'm gonna read. Yeah thoughts and becoming mostly gonna play political mind. Because i've been playing the crunch hundred deals all right. Okay bye okay bye.

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Hopes End Red Blend 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

09:21 min | 11 months ago

Hopes End Red Blend 2017

"It's dave from wine finder again with another wine review that we put on the cheap wine finder dot com website Just because we got nothing else to do but Right about wine and talk about wine and drink a little wine can't go anywhere can't do too much but we can have fun. So that's what we're going to do and we have a one. I actually got it target. One third of pick up some Toilet paper and done cleaning supplies none but I got the wine and this is hopes and red blend twenty seventeen from Australia. And it's kind of an interesting blend. It's one of a Chinchilla of Family estates won their family owned Wine Company out of California and they actually A third the winds at target are from Concerto they have sea glass and Nagoya Joel. Guide and Suitor home and the whole of other ones. I mean they have. They have a lot of winds. You drank before and probably didn't know it was them and so back to the hopes and is an Australian wireless's South Australia on them and you know let's that's the whole kind of southern part of Australia along the ocean. It gets so hot. There that were grapes. Grow was right by the ocean. And it's kind of interesting blend The the two main grapes is Sarah or sure is set Australia and grenache which are the two main Grapes of the southern Rhone Valley in France. All the grapes. They're all there. Winds there blends are usually those to grab sometimes Vedra for A. G. S. M. Blend and along with those two southern Rome Blends they also add Mullebeck and Petite Virgo which are to blending grapes that are approved from Bordeaux so they're using the blending grapes in Bordeaux and with the winds from the Rhone and then they're filtered up through the south of Australia. Which makes it kind of interesting wine are. You don't know what to expect. But it's it's kind of a fun blend. It's it's it's not something you ordinarily see and it's kind of a pretty nice and I'm GonNa take a sip here because it's it's a it's a nice tasting blended main if you're just netflixing near just watching something and need a bull popcorn and a glass of wine and you're looking for something read. This will do the trick. The anticipate. It's really smooth warm. But it's got some with those of us. It's not your typical every day. Red Blend something a little bit different annoying thing. I liked about it They they don't give a lot of information on the website About the wine just a little bit. it's off dry. Which means is going to be just a touch sweep? Usually that means nectar sweet With red wines that the fruit flavors really can take mink and really that adds to the flavor sometime so. That's not a bad thing. Spotted with a ten to one. Ninety nine at target and It's a twenty-seven Which is a good sign for ten dollar wine because a lot of times with predict now winds. It don't cost a lot of money. The winemakers design them to come together. Quickly I the sooner you get them ready to go and sell the quicker you get your money back Moose. Sooner you Cooper Investment and get your Prophet and this one two thousand seventeen. Australia's the on the other side of the equator. So it was probably picked in May of twenty seventeen. This march of twenty twenty other websites said drink by twenty twenty two. So is the drinking wine so this is about two and a half years of some sort of aging. I don't know if they they don't mention oak barrels could be they. Don't mention anything. There's there's other ways of getting Oakland winding through staves you can throw powder you can throw chips. They don't anything So there are. There's there's some chocolate and there are some vanilla in here a little bit of Spice Tomb in there are the flavors you get from Oak. They don't tell you how it's in their normally when they when they don't tell you I always think it's probably another way but it doesn't mean that and tastes good what he don't really care you're paying ten bucks. It's not like you. You're getting oak chips in a Napa valley wine. You paid eighty five dollars for then you'd be mad ten dollar wine as long as it tastes. Good Oh thank the so but twenty seventeen has two and a half years of aging either tank barrel or bottle aging which means it took a while for this wine to come together so they didn't skimp they didn't Not that you know if it's a wind designed to come together quickly. They're not really skipping. That's the way it should be in and it's going to taste the way that will is their net skimping on that in. That can be perfectly fine. It doesn't mean that it's bad or anything of that nature but when you have a ten dollar wine that's been aged for two and a half years at tells you that there's some strong forces going in here that have to Melbourne balancing and mixed together. So it's a seamless blend. And this is a really smooth seamless blend. So they took their. This one wasn't rushed and it's ten dollars. I'm always shocked by that how they can do that. On these wines by no witnesses South Australia it can be sourced from all over the place but that's not bad you know just because old wine from California's California a label doesn't mean it's you know it can come from some of the best Vineyards in California doesn't mean anything I mean if it's good it's good where it's from a to wise big in France but when you're talking about ten dollar winds it doesn't mean as much and it shouldn't mean as much because you want a good wine he don't WanNa be bragging about how cool your winus us want to be happier drinking it and that's what we have here. It's smooth it's sleek. It's got some nice rich flavors as got chocolates got but knows it's got liquorice it's got some pepper got some blackberry blueberry strawberry. Raspberry it's got berry is everywhere and mid it doesn't have the greatest finish in the world but that's fine Along the taste good You know the finishes and the the body of the Finnish about the same and a can of phase for too long mid take another sip and he wanted to worry about the finish. You know it's it's one of those things every so often I get a wine has got a great finish and you know we. Oh that's that's what a finish is supposed to be. But you know it's not the you know talking about drinking wine. It's not the most important things nice when you get one of the great finish but if it's not if it does habit of all the things you can do without that's it so not that this is a bad finish by any means that just That the body. The wine has enough going on. That finishes kind of overblown looked a little bit. And that's that for me and I think we're going to try to do a little bit few more than usual because we have nothing better to do. I was actually going to do this. Podcast yesterday but I somehow doing nothing and being locked in found myself too busy to do it how that happened to you. Know I can procrastinate anytime any place I now have decided. But that's just me and Hope you're all doing fine. Lock yourself in. Wait for it to blow over X. Pos. Oh It's another thing. I was going to mention here like the last one I did was the red cloak which was a red cloaked figure going into dense dark woods. You couldn't see through to the other side. You're entering a journey that you couldn't really tell where the finish would be announced drinking hopes and wine a I think man must be taken this This virus in lockdown feel badly. 'cause everything everything is gloom but not really kick at staying in there. I hope you are too. We'll try to cheer things up in the next few ones but I'll be back tomorrow. Then the next day will keep it going because liquor stores are still open even during lockdowns we can grab some wine and watch them cool. Tv's stuff we haven't seen in a while and then you have a drinker. Cheers everybody audio. Skiba cheapen by a an A.

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Dart Against Humanity Ep. 62: Dart Stranding

Dart Against Humanity

51:48 min | 1 year ago

Dart Against Humanity Ep. 62: Dart Stranding

"This is Dr Adams. And you're listening to Dr Against Humanity on anchor. If you're not aware anchor is a podcast distributor and you can actually use the creation tools tools right on this APP and you can record editor podcast right from your phone hand held device and your computer meaning desktop laptop. Not only that. But actually distribute get your podcast for you so it can be spotify apple Google and up to thirteen different distributors. And also what you could do is you can earn money from your podcast with minimum listenership. That means anchor will take your podcast. Click one button and they will search for sponsors for you and and they will come back and that will give you an option of recording and like the one. I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this and what you do is you should go. Download the free anchor APP or go to Anchor Dot FM backslash and just get started. I'm Dr Deadens and I am an anchor podcasters one. What is the DART atoms? And this is episode sixty two or Dr Against Humanity. So so what I've been doing lately is right now. I'm in a writing whole I. How do I explain what that it's I get into into a space where I'm just writing writing writing writing researching to the point where I don't go anywhere else? Do anything else. But until I'm done doing what I'm doing I've missed a gang. A things happening a lot like be coach. Events Album parties album released situations a whole bunch of things. I just typically would have been out for but I'm stuck doing the things if I don't complete all these tests and I'm not GonNa see like Delighted Day. Not that is really light to see right now because transitioning to fall for real for real. I just had to cover up to air conditioner. You know because it's about to get real cold. I haven't been to the barber shop. I've been lined up the beard is. I've just been doing a lot of writing and researching and when I get into those spaces. I don't come out of them until I'm done doing everything I'm doing. They give you an idea of everything that happens. November because again we're getting to the The winter part of the year. So it's like everything. Changes over is like I'm transitioning into a whole different space mentally and physically and everything else. So it's getting darker sooner outside. I started listening to different kinds of music because this is when the winter album situation stars arising I mentioned this the previous episode of Dot against humanity but also I do certain posts and certain things this time of year every year and also one of the things that is happening right now with so. There's a game that came out recently. Deaf stranding Hideo Kojima another of his games. The Guy who did The metal gear series and a whole a whole slew of Classic Games. But the thing is with him is that he has a lot of concepts and ideas that are really high minded but they appeal to Japanese sensibility. If you know what that means if you've dealt with a whole bunch of Japanese media Like anime for for instance. There's just some Japanese media to get translated to English and a lot of things get lost Austin two translation because of the concepts that are normal to the Japanese mindset and an environment. Just don't really translate well to English speakers especially North American English speakers because our live style and in our the way we approach the world and our concepts of life for just so different vastly different so One of those things being is that the ideas and the concepts presented in this SCIFI WORLD DID KAJIMA IS A inc.. Kojima Saen on Kojima is his created. Just are fucking off the wall and don't make a lot of sense so what I like to do. And what a lot of people in my space like do is. I'm not great at playing games. So my brothers used to get the final like the metal gear games final fantasy games would have you and played them through and I would sit and watch but there's this thing called Youtube now and what end is also these things. Cold likes streamers twitch streamers youtube streamers. What have you so what you can do is you can pretty much watch play? throughs of the game got a smart. TV to switch it to youtube and you watch on television and what happened recently is that they uploaded the entire every cut screen so the entire movie be it using equals. You can't see of death stranding so it's eight hours I don't sleep. I ended up watching all eight hours. A diff- straining while doing other things. I'll get to what I was doing. And the Shit don't make sense. I mean there are a lot of concepts they are they are well intentioned and I get what he was trying to do but for the North American English Bliss speaking audience it's convoluted. It's Clunky to shit doesn't make sense okay. And then they are. They'll use a term for something that could bit is simpler term. Could have been used but he wants to make it Cinematic Matic. He wants to make visual. So he's created these analogies and things some of them work some of them fall short and it just gets to the point. Where after you're done and you've seen all eight hours and you're a writer like me you like? This could have been this. This could have been this. That could have been cut out entirely that that was too convoluted. This was clunky so now I'm just sitting there and the thing is that what's supposed to get you to the game. What actually works when you play a metal gear game is the game play watching the game play? If you just watch the movie part of it you like what the fuck is this and it hearkens back to us at this on twitter back when square had their own their studio and Honolulu ethnic was they did a CGI film called final fantasy. The Spirit's within which was of course created by the Japanese side the Japanese team and a lot of concepts that they had to translate to English didn't in make sense to the North American or English Speaker Sensibility or mindset or or anything it it just. It didn't make sense to plot. Didn't make sense the concept's were just all over the place and if you just watch the movie portion of the game that's the same thing if you don't play the game you need to play the game because even even when I saw The metal gear games played it. You you're rewarded by playing the game because there's an excellent a game but the shit that they're doing on the story side just doesn't make sense to an English and I just wanted to dislike Hamburg ember. That home and the thing is that there are a lot of people that are going to say. Oh No this was supposed to be this if you have to explain what something was supposed to be. Then and there's a problem I feel like what Hideo Kojima so much of a visionary that he doesn't want to let go certain things if you WANNA make your game and just Japanese just make your game Japanese okay but if you WANNA make games find people creatives who will make a game name and kind of use the idea that you had delays staggered the time the English version out or just have somebody make their own game based on your concepts in your ideas and adapted it so the shit makes sense you finish a game and you're like Yo. So how'd you like training like the game. Play like this and this The story didn't make any fucking sense like there's a bunch of shit just holes everywhere and even when you try to explain away the holes. It's just gets more convoluted anyway away from that. What was I doing while I was watching the eight hours of Movie portion Russian of death stranding. So what I do every year since about three years ago I do this thing on medium. It's called on this with underground rap albums so the me pull up the exact title medium not media fire so what have to sign. This is taking forever so what I do is I actually write these pieces typically every year. I'm super busy right now. So I'm going to have to hold off on it so I'm doing the Research Chinchilla. Finish it because one of the things I'm doing right now as I'm writing liner notes for an album. I should actually have that finished at some point today because I have to figure out actually what day it is published so every year around November. I do these posts. Scroll down too so far Jesus Christ in the first quarter so I do these Post independence fuck the first one. I did do the twentieth. Fanta versity so the first one I did was in November. Two thousand seventeen. Independent Is Fox twentieth central underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety-seven The one I did the next year I did did it. In September late September Two thousand eighteen is going to be busy writing stuff in November. So I did. Independent is Fox to twenty five percents. You're underground hip hop releases from one thousand nine hundred and I'm actually working on independent as fuck three and I think it's GonNa be a twenty five essential underground hip hop releases from nineteen ninety nine as far I can tell but one of the things did delayed. It is research why because people don't know release days now now in doing research discovered the upcoming release dates for the nineteen ninety. Nine version should be beat junkies. world-famous beat junkies volume three which came Out November ninth nine hundred ninety nine to grassroots Canadian group. The album was on conception passes through time classic album which was released on November ninth nine hundred eighty nine and it looks like November nineteen ninety nine is the actual release date of M. F. Dooms Operation Doomsday. Looks like I figured that out It looks like it's November ninth. It could have been November. Second but the roots crew come alive came on came out on that day and I'm pretty sure the the Operation Doomsday was released on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now. A lot of people have. That list is April twentieth before Bob Vito posted and said that's not possible. Because here's the test pressing and it came out on this date. But it's looking like it was October overnight tonight on November Ninth Nineteen Ninety nine now what I was also doing his hours researching other release dates. Basically I was doing. ninety-nine nine hundred eighty nine is all fucked up but in one thousand nine hundred four on this day twenty five years ago. This is November remember eighth the number twenty two thousand eighteen so twenty five years ago. Today Pete. Raucous yells move released classic Re Up sophomore more album of the main ingredient now. The next week method man released a to cal and then the week after that Redman released derozan dark side. It was a month that a man for Def Jam Nineteen Ninety four so I was doing an. I'm have a research so our research. It's something like a right it later when I get to it So I've been researching for method man's to cal. John that came on November fifteenth and to CAL is an interesting story behind that record and what happened with it and how perceived and how has been perceived especially by method man and and also is an interesting story about red man what happened behind his creation of dark side and his perception of versus the audience's perception of it and there's a similar story right but I think as reverse for a method man man was always chasing too cow. Like you wanted to get away from CAL and Redman was also wanting to get away from Deir as a dark side like he doesn't even consider. That album appears great meanwhile his fans love it. He didn't he'll never play something from the the dark side. He doesn't like playing tracks from beards dark side. He's like talking about the album. Released like pushing under road like really dark times during a lot of drugs shit was going really bad for me. I think it had a lot to do with the fallout of the home at a depth squad him just being by himself. He made that album pretty much by himself with an empty sixty. Who's going through a lot of shit? During like a lot of hallucinogenic drugs he was fucking around with a crew called. The Black Klux Klan does a lot of shit going on. I love that album. D- Not not a fan. He loves muddy waters. I love muddy waters but I liked the dark side better than muddy waters but he won't do muddy waters to whatever whatever but there's a dark side is for me Shit because I believe to cal and dark side of two of the greatest Winter rap albums made in the in the early the mid nineties without a doubt. But now let's talk. Let's talk about what we came to talk about today. Actually what I came to talk about all listen to the issue is nineteen eighty nine. Okay if you you make the mistake of using with the Pierre's your guide for when albums came out you're going to look on Kapiti and it's going to tell you Queen Latifah's all hail the Queen was was released on November Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety nine when already posted a video on twitter a few days ago ahead of the curve. Because I know people are going to do it because they don't pay the attention they don't read and they don't do proper research. I'm going to bust them on it again on the twenty eighth which is twenty days from now. The Queen Latifah's album oil. The Queen couldn't have possibly been released on November twenty eighth nineteen ninety nine because it entered the charts on Billboard Award on November Twenty Fifth Nineteen eighty-nine. How can your album be released three days after it enters the charts when you need these ten days of sales before you can enter the charts or be AH qualify for them Now if you also look it will tell you. Jungle brothers done by the forces of nature was released on November Seventh Nineteen Ninety nine nine hundred ninety nine problem being. Is that if you look at the charts on November Twenty Fifth Nineteen eighty-nine jungle brothers and released on Warner Brothers. If you look at the rap singles charts you don't see see any jungle brothers sing Singles on the singles charts. You don't see any jungle. Brothers singles on the dance charts of November eighteenth or twenty fifth nine hundred ninety nine right and the jungle brothers definitely would have had a song on there because a lot of times what happens is the rap charts are only go up to thirty. So so what happens. Is the spillover. So rap songs on the dance charts because you can only put so many things on raptured and that's a tool. That's a that's a that's A. That's a tool right there for your for your who want to research If you'RE GONNA look if you look at the dance charts interrupt. It's the same thing that I did for trying to figure out when to release date was or about the time when Roxanne Roxanne from Utah. CFO came out in all nineteen eighty-four and it debuts on the dance charts because there were no rap charts back then and it was going to take even longer to the black music charts because in nineteen eighty-four wasn't getting enough spins and a daytime hours necessarily early. which would have been October November nineteen eighty-four eighty four To Register on the charts. So what you'd have to do. Is You have to go back. And you have to find Recordings from Raton talk shows in October November nineteen eighty-four to figure out win Roxanne. Roxanne cheerful started getting spins. This is a lot of research and a lot of Shit. If you weren't alive and eighty four you wouldn't know what to do. I'm a professional now back to talking about so I'm looking and I'm like you. I don't see any jungle. Brothers singles like the first single like five thousand booming soundsystem stayed but that would have been the first single right. I don't see it anywhere. It's not showing up anywhere and the other thing is that What you waiting for ended up being actually bigger? What's waiting for shows up in one thousand nine hundred ninety early in one thousand nine hundred so it's really weird and I'm like all right so let me get an idea when this album came out the way to get an idea? When album came out is find find out when it first debuted right so in order to find out when it debuted you have to find out when it entered a charts if you don't want to keep going to when it entered the charts? What you do is is a shortcut? You go twenty peaked and you go backwards. You Go to the peaked tells you how many weeks have been on a church. Go back and it tells you when it enters is the easy cheap so I found out that jungle brothers done by the forces of nature peaked at number forty six. Damn that's not high. It peaked at number forty six on the black albums chart on February twenty fourth nineteen ninety. So what I'm going to do right now is I'm actually going to pull up the billboard magazine Charts Archive that. You can't go to billboard do this because they're gonNA charge you money. They started doing that recently and is going to hurt a lot of people wanna do research but actually the funny thing is those chart even full. So if you spend money to use those charts you dumb February twenty four one thousand nine hundred Click Now gotta find a sex packets digital underground. The album includes includes the singles the Humpty dance. And do what you like. Tommy Boy Zero twenty-six hilarious That's the first thing that s he went to pop in February twenty fourth nineteen ninety that in lethal weapon two made a killing. So when's where's the black music charts. Let 'em see him please. Please don't hurt him. Yeah full page. Black Music Charts on page twenty nine. Scroll Down Scroll Down Yes. I'm doing this in real time. It's funny because me going through different charts and reading all these old things shifted. I do normally for research and it's funny that I realized that people don't actually do this because it's time consuming okay. Top Black albums for February twenty fourth nineteen ninety. They said it was twenty forty six. Six School Donnas Down Jungle brothers done by the forces of nature. Number forty. Six was forty nine a week before fifty two week before that has been on the Charts for eleven weeks. So now what do I do. Is I go back Bam. I go to February twenty four and I go back. Eleven ten nine eight seven six five four three to try that again okay for the went from nineteen ninety to nineteen eighty five instead of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so big. I tried it again. Ten nine eight seven six five four three to one we would start here. So I'm looking at December sixteenth. Nineteen eighty nine. I Gordon December sixteenth. Eighty nine. And what do I see the ferry. First things I see Seon Queen Latifah rules. The kingdom are slamming debut album all hail. The Queen is over two two hundred thousand units and a brand new single and video. Ladies I adjust the start for the major new talent New York Times Ample Melody Worldly Conversations Rolling Stone a strong a new offering Arsenio Hall. I am Queen Latifah cash McQueen on upcoming young. TV Reps Funky reggae special on. Tommy boy so I see queen the tvos album on the first page billboard into December sixteenth issue. Okay so now I have to find the black music charts pays nineteen. I'm scrolling down sometimes. Sometimes you can't just jump straight to you you gotta slow down when you scrolling because you're gonNA catch an article. That explains a whole lot of information that you never would find anywhere else else. Or you'll see a print ad tells you everything you want to know when something got added when something into the charts an article tell you a whole bunch of stuff up above showcases and who's WHO's out who's on priority look for albums by Ice Cube Big Lady Cave Bobby Jimmy and a criticism wwl easy low-profile awesome dre and haul coal committee nineteen eighty-nine priority. Records is a number the twenty three number so top black albums chunky into charts so on December December Sixteenth Nineteen eighty-nine the jungle brothers done by the force of the nature enters the charts at number eighty two along with grandmaster slice. Busy chill bill on select select hits shall we dance never even heard him do promise you end up heard of these dudes so this is due to math real quick done by the forces the nature is on a major label Warner Brothers Tommy Tommy boy is on a one brothers subsidiary as wonder brothers subsidiary. Okay thanks to a deal. I found out recently. I watched disowned youtube video. With Monica Lynch explaining how they deal went down and came from home a soundtrack and how a song off the soundtrack did really well and one brother is like we need to fuck with Tommy boy amazing story but does younger brothers. Major label wonder brothers. The album enters the charts number. Eighty two so that means that this album came out at least ten fourteen days ago from December tenth I mean of December sixteenth. So likely this album came out late November November twenty eighth but it says November seventh but Queen Latifah says November twenty eighth but she entered the charts on on the twenty fifth. So it's likely queen. Latifah's album came out. November seventh and jungle brothers album done by the force of nature actually came out November. Twenty the eighth. So that's already wrong right now. You see in this corner says the thirty first and best sister The thirty first. But when you see they entered the Charleston so in this corner into charts on November twenty fifth nine hundred eighty eighty nine. But how the hell is it GonNa take that much time for Jazzy Jeff and a fresh prince album to enter the charts jazzy. Jeff and the first print sold double the platinum last time so and they had. I think you could beat Mike. Tyson was on every station. You can imagine the video was everywhere like like. It's impossible that it took them that long to enter the charts. The album came out November thirty first so that release date is likely wrong likely. Their album came out November seventh so jazzy. Jeff from the fresh prince in his corner likely came out November seventh. Especially when you see how high they entered the charts and they're single was on the charts to think. I think it could beat Mike Tyson now. Bad sister debuts on December second nineteen eighty nine. I believe which is on the first album from which is insane the first album from rock Giana. So it's likely it took a while to chart so it could have released been released on November fourteenth possibly possibly November fourteen because again did By December sixteenth nine hundred eighty nine Queen Latifah had already sold two hundred thousand copies. That's very likely if her album was released November seventh and ladies. I had just come out because because the single before that would have been danced for me which came out August which I mentioned mentioned that on a previous episode of Don Against Humanity. Now here's another thing. There was racking my brain if you look up the release date for on third basis the CACTUS album. It'll tell you was released Tuesday November Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine just one issue. Def Jam liked the released albums on Friday. So it's more likely that Third base the CACTUS album home was released on November Tenth Nineteen eighty-nine but here's the weird thing third basis. The cactus album enters the top two hundred before it enters the top black albums and the only other time. That incidents occurred was with A. UH beastie boys beastie boys album debuted on the billboard top one hundred top two hundred bef- and then the next week it debuted in the top black album charts as almost like they're rappers and has a rabbit album but what they're white so we're a week late and figuring out where to where it should be charting. Meanwhile Awesome Dre in a hardcore committee. Bam You can't hold me back right. There is right there steady B.'s. Going steady Bam shrike. Dear Sean as bed sister Bam right there. They put Chunky a large and in charge right there. Where supposed to be so the jungle brothers done by the forces of nature I debuts on the charts December number six hundred thousand nine hundred eighty nine which tells me that likely album came out on the twenty eighth is opposed to the seventh like says Leucopenia? Now that's just from me doing research research who the fuck is actually doing research in this space and Oh let it. Rap Warner Brothers. And the December Sixteenth nineteen ninety issue of billboard. The Word Warner Brothers rap roster is I MC Shan Ice Tea unity to Molly Mall cousy rapid. Dj Polo the Funky reggae crew. Focus that Diabolical Biz Markie jungle brothers ever last hour word on the street and you see co Chilin and Oh that's the syndicate. Yeah that's the rap syndicate logo. That's crazy so now we go to Hot Rap singles for December sixteenth. Nine hundred eighty nine. This is how you know that everything makes sense. Let's work ice cream tea pump. It hottie redhead kingpin. FBI's new at Twenty Nine Uzi brothers. Nothing but a gangster Al Chunky a at number twenty seven even though he sang on his own like I believe he's saying like home. Homeboy from cameo you must learn bugging productions. Twenty seven twenty six. Ooh Ooh you got it. The Glamorous Live cousy on number twenty five young and Restless Poison Ivy's at twenty four salt and pepper expression expression debuts which I believe it came out that November it debuts at number twenty three I go to work by Kumo. Diesel down to twenty two dancers drummers beat by body and soul been on charts for weeks at twenty one shall we dance by grandmaster slice and is he chill enters the charts new at twenty going steady by steady enters the charts new at nineteen true feelings by Black Rock and ron been on the charts three weeks at night. Eight eighteen eighteen rhyme fighter by mellow mayonnaise on a charge nine weeks before minted also dropped nineteen ninety principal's office. Just just drop hit the charts. Young MC is up to sixteen after two weeks it was at nine hundred a week before Gucci crew to five dollar high nine weeks up to fifteen turn it out. Raw base from the incredible base album been on a charge. Three weeks is up to fourteen. I think it could beat Mike. Tyson's charts for seven weeks in up to thirteen was down to thirteen because it was a eight the previous weeks eight bus to move young MC better on the charts twenty five weeks. She's got a big posse by Arabian Arabian Prince. Who actually got a write up on November? I believe November twenty fifth issue. This is off memories almost research done. I believe he got a write up about a A. She's got a big policy and the November twenty fifth issue nine hundred eighty nine on billboard. And he's been on a charge five weeks Donald Dis. FBI three basis the two. That's where we go. That's where they go to kid. Hi Awesome Drain a hardcore committee. Frankly speaking number nine. DLC IN DR which ends up being the number one Single At the end of the year is at number eight. Now there's been on chart six weeks. Just a friend by BIZ MARKIE. Nobody he wrote about or made post about just a friend by Biz. MARKIE coming out because nobody does research beepers bus mix a lot off is a believe this has offices seminar manorial because out before we step into the am by third based on the charts. Eight weeks and is at number five is moved up from six. It was five last week. And then sixty before me so horny to live Krugman on insurance fifteen weeks somebody from me. Heavy Dina boys on chart nine weeks at three chops light. She also got her right up. And I believe the November Twenty Fifth Issue November twenty nine thousand nine issue to avoid billboard and they were talking about how her single was actually broken into the hawk. Black Music Charts in seventy three. I'm telling you I've done so much research this month. I memorize things like this This this is from like week a week ago Chow Chow chows at number two on the charts. Eleven weeks and number one. His New Jack Swing it moved up from three and move USURPED MC CHA CHA is the number one rap. Single was the number one rap single with the week before was would have been December ninth nine hundred eighty nine. And there's also a gay boy Rick Ed so Michelle Ley no more lies. The new single chucky booker touch. So you go to hot dance. Music chart a December nineteen eighty nine. What just enters the dance? Music Charts for December sixteenth step into am by third base. And what you need. Stacey let us another video puffy was for those who like to Groove by twin hype. Stop move jumped. Jackie body by Kyi's is hip house. No more alive but Michelle Ley due to Doodoo the power pick is walk on by by Sybil. I remember when all this shit was on the radio. She also did. Don't make me over. What else is new on is bitch I'll be good to you by Quincy Jones. Consider yourself how St- The power pick is one two three by the chimes. You'll I'm old old la like I don't know what any of these songs are. I don't know by the way. Let the rhythm pump by Doug. Lazy Hot Song Mr Lease get busy was hot and pump up. The Jam by techno traffic was murdering shit. Murdering Shit was actually the number one selling twelve inch. It was selling more than autumn Jackson's rhythm nation in Brexit affects new Jack Swing and a house classic. Little Lewis's French kiss which was was the biggest song on college radio but like in late nineteen eighty-nine into one thousand nine hundred and a write up. KYW's charts. I have two identities clydes car salesman by day rapid by night hilarious so yeah that was me doing research and in dome. Actually let me see if I go back and find where a third base enters charts on the Two hundred of the before two hundred December second so you go to December second and as MC MC light and. The word is heavy in message to top. Ten album is on contain in such outspoken cuts on the first number one single and video Cha Cha that's when she ends up in billboard when she has the number one rap single. That's also another thing that I need people to realize if you're going to go do research to understand it if you go looking for print ads and billboard a lot of times the print ads. Don't show up until the album's already been out. Rarely are you going to see A record label cough up money for a rap single or rap. Anything ahead ahead of time. They usually go for promotion. Wants to seize that once. They see that they're actually cracked the charts. And that was Tommy Boy's thing to Tommy boy didn't put any push into de la soul until after me myself and I started moving because I tell you. That album came out in late January and myself and I came out February Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine and did not release in March Third Nineteen eighty-nine otherwise there's no way would have debuted on billboard March eleventh. Wouldn't been enough days enough sales as you need at least ten. Then you come out the week afterwards top pop albums one one or eight is MC light as on this. NWEA's at one hundred straight straight outta compton the alarms at one nine you scroll down more third base new at one fifty the cactus album so cactus album entered at one fifty on the top pop albums December second nineteen eighty nine. Here's the thing when you enter the top pop albums that means anywhere and atop two hundred you were definitely showing up in the black album charts. Perfect example jemaine Jackson's don't take it personal enters at one fifty four on the top two hundred. Let's let's go to the black top black albums. The SI Jamais Jackson enter is right. I'm doing this live fucking doing live. Okay so let's see where the blackout shirts and this is also weird thing too. I believe that in this particular Issue the black music chart showed up after the top the pop albums which was weird sort of black albums on sixty three so the black charts on sixty four and pop albums want twenty. What was that about? I don't get that at all so we'll go go to sixty four so what we're looking for is Whereas Janet Wisdom jemaine Jackson's don't take a personal which you just entity charts and the reason that's important is because it'll tell us where third base should have been because they were entered at one fifty and why weren't they on the black music charts and in rap hip-hop tastes tastes successes delicious vinyl interesting top black albums this look club? Nouveau is new at number ninety. Eight Afro Rican's new at number ninety seven Dr Ice Stomach Stalker interesting Roxanne Sean Tae was new bed sister at number ninety one terence. Trent Darby new at number eighty Arabian prince just into charts with brother Arab on you got by all means beyond a dream the get banned sixty four Interesting jemaine Jackson is not on discharge is he no. Don't take a personal personal Jemaine Jackson's number twenty eight on these charts. He's been on them for four weeks and he had just just entered the top pop charts which makes sense so if he's number twenty eight and been here for four weeks and he was at thirty three week before forty two week for that and he's at one fifty four. The net means that third base should be somewhere between the deal. See Angela when Bush the two live crew EP. MD's unfinished business the OJ serious wrecks and Effects Rex rex in effect and Eric Gables Cotton Act or DJ jazzy. Jeff I PRINCE IS I. I think I And in this corner or Molina legal you know is true it should be somewhere here and it's not an unreason has to be because there they were white rap group and they didn't know to put them into the top black albums yet. Like ice tea is and deal see is and two live crew went ep. MD and wrecks in effect DJ jazzy. Jeff and the fresh Prince Sir. Mix A lot. Seminar is he's already or Queen Latifah's all hail the queen which by December second had moved all the way up from sixty three to forty one one so with anybody's GonNa do a piece or do some research and figure out about a third basis album. Then you really have to know that. That album likely could have been released on November tenth as opposed to November fourteenth and did it should have entered the charts already because it enters the top black albums charts on December ninth. Matter of fact. Let's go this seat right now. Now drop debt back out. December Ninth Nineteen Eighty Eighty Nine C.. Where enters the next week? It'll be the first week on week and might move up. See Ron Ron C. C. You. He's the AD Whereas the black music black music music charts are on eighty five twenty five as it'd be twenty-five because black music chart started twenty four? That's a Typo okay. Top black albums number number one Janet Jackson go to new new will downing the main ingredient. The good girls good Lord a mold raw base the incredible base enters number seventy maze featuring frankly beverly left lines volume one third. The base enters it number fifty five first week with the CACTUS album. Now this interesting. The charts Sunday November December nine hundred eighty nine at fifty five. There were at one fifty the week before on the pop albums on wonder what. What were the under pup this week rap singles December Ninth Cha Cha Cha MC light number one only principal's office just entered third young and restless had just entered already? Did the the week sixteen hot dance charts turned out goal based raw basis. Entered the Dance Music Charts Dr Sold by Foster macelroy which featured MC light just into the charge pump. It hottie by redhead. Hey Kingpin and FBI had entered it forty six. I'm not the man I used to be entered. The charts number forty-four which is hilarious because that's also another video that Puppy was and and so probably was in too hot videos at the same time. What you need by Stacey lattice all and I'm not the man I used to be by finding cannibals? He had already been in summertime so he was like three four videos the same time that year I remember I get calls from my cousins Anansie Tammy will my brother got the coals and then I pick up the phone. 'cause nobody's calling me who's and there were dislike. Yo puffy. He's in this video. He's in this video. He's in this video and we don't have cable be got a telephone cable to bring the VCR the bring a VHS tape. People were recording the videos onto some shit. You know. It's just funny when I remember like people talking about all these things and I'm like Bro. Who had cable the clip list? The new videos added Rhonda Clarke. Stay here stay near on bt. I don't know who WanNa Clark is. Heavy Quincy Jones. I'll be good to you Stephanie. Mills home surface. You on my everything troop. I'm not souped Chucky Booker. I love you. babyfaced tend to love a luther vandross hearing now Sharon Bryant Foolish Heart medium. Jody everything. Timmy Gatling help timmy. Gatling I got. I look up deputy on Youtube Chris. Jones love on top of that Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation. Of course jemaine Jackson Ticket Person No to do with this week. Easy easy go on that old charlene. Every time I try to say goodbye to ban all my love David Pearson Kenna now. Michelle Ley normalized to do. Allison Williams Jus- common name abstract right. Hi Yo that Shit. That song was shit Black Radio back in the late eighties early nineties. Fire pieces of a dream. What can I say I'm really remember? That's all Shirley. Surely Lois realistic. Barry White Follow Betsy Kashif Personality Angela. Wind Bush the real thing Walter Beasley. Don't say goodbye. I bet if someone played I know it and Bobby Brown which you baby so again. I'm still looking for the top pop albums dams when he's inserts a big Quincy Jones to review the Sh- is going to be long. She's going to be long long. Yes one of the things that you When you go through the billboard issues sometimes they have inserts and is part of the magazine and you just have to like wait till you get back to charts part black albums timmy? Getting Chunky a black. That's all it is. Oh now they finally have rap wrap picks salt and pepper expression EP. MD The big payback. Kumo D- All night long Christmas dance in the city. What you're you'RE GONNA do with my loving home? This is takes me back like college radio in Boston. Radio back in time. Top pop albums. This is what we came for again. This is what I came for. y'All just I'm GonNa end it here so rob. As incredible base enters the top pop albums it one at one zero five with third base third base and moved up from one fifty the week before to eighty one on December ninth. There were eighty one on the top pop albums. So that's basically what I'm GONNA do today. I just wanted to show your how much work goes into what I'm doing. I'm writing several things at once. One writing liner notes for friends upcoming album I'm I'm doing research so I don't have to write out everything for two cows on peace but fifteenth. I'm doing research saw. I could just write out the and finish the piece for the underground rap albums under independent as fuck volume number three for nineteen for one thousand nine thousand nine. I'm not going to do one for two thousand. I thought it was important for ninety ninety. Seven Ninety eight ninety nine. Two thousand thousand is not necessary. I feel that the crucial part of the backpack ever started with the turn from ninety seven ninety eight ninety nine Because is a lot of people who write in this space right now. We're not of vinyl buying age. They were not going going to sandbox automatic. They weren't going underground hip hop DOT COM forums. They weren't pressing on Real player clips to hear songs. They weren't making it a point to go to independent or college independent record stores and recording off college radio to get certain songs they they didn't retreat underground like the morlocks when When turned shiny when they took over a lot of the people that right now were kids kids during that era and they grew up loving? You know that our they weren't disgusted by it or turned off by I was was of club age and fighting motherfuckers in the club because of the division to happen and having people call me. Backpacker are like it was a derogatory term and plush interface over it because I was confused as to why they were calling me a backpack. I like. It was a bad thing because before we hadn't been but I will tell you at the beginning of Aurora. We

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Barstool Rundown - June 4, 2019

Barstool Rundown

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Barstool Rundown - June 4, 2019

"The. I as Tuesday it's the rundown presented by body armor shout. Mike report guy is on. Big brain Murrow, and they want us to get to mention the berry lemonade in the bottle is the big boy bottle. I'll give it a shot. Go little. Will recovery for my incident last night. Gotta hydrate at you've been through. Russell Wilson concussion water body armor is keeping us hydrated through the new flavor twenty hours very lemonade. Big boy bottle, oh, big boy ball. Schools available at seven eleven. Talk about the new flavor. Berry. Lemme. Ron. I'm Ron burgundy read the things that are in the parentheses jas, great perfect, the summer, especially days, the beach. All right. So I'm back from Saint Louis. I got attacked. We know that. Being sarcastic. I'm the. Smirk vicious attack most people wouldn't be here right now. I said, it just shocking that they let you on the plane with. Car, we're going to cut through the hyper bowl is that I pronounce. Right after the Super Bowl couldn't act out my eye. He didn't it was clearly intentional. I'm in the right that was an attack. Definitely intentional. No. Now, I don't know. I was an attack. I don't know if it was intended, I was in town said like what he just we. How does also a cowardly move when if you're going to do that, and some turns around, because I didn't know who did it. Why p were hit. You're wiping sucks is the setup. Number two top talk about the attack. I that guy viciously attacked you, are you, you the smart. He doesn't tell you what do you like ink thinks about it. Somebody with one of those towels vicious attack. Yes. Comeback attack. Convention would whip you with what I would be right now. What have you turned around and you said, did you, did you rat tell with the towel and he said, yeah. Already said he's the biggest idiot. What was I going to do? If you like fucking right? All right. Was wanted to clear that up semi aspect on your, he gave first of all to you. Can't everyone's like knock them out. I throw a punch in my life. I'm not gonna knock him. I'll take him verbally into a ring and fucking wage war online, like I do know towels no tells hotels. Very. You keep your that was a vicious labs way work. Yes that we live in a society. Right. There are rules. You guys Kevin you what are your shoulder? What a puppet out your eyeball wanna pumped out every. Allan. Ray Villanova was your entire dislocate by a weight. You have you got? I did he could've. I did it did it anybody being like what, what if it had him in the eye? What did he what? What? Shoots at you y'all. Go hit him in the army. Dude, you guys are. Played this way. Civility. Whatever responsibility that ruin watches, we haven't agreement. I don't think he did it on purpose is always had a United front here bullshit. You don't think we have a responsibility? Different. Everyone's responsibility game. We're responsible for everything. How about responsible for all the people watch games? We're just saying you go rat tell people. No, I'm not a big VAT shit. All right. That's all we need that guy. But it might have been a mistake and other guy behind me. The Saint Louis guy is like he's like, maybe accident, I'll watch him grandpa, you watching shit effect comes at you. Like what, what are you gonna do? So I'm one hundred. I'm rarely one hundred fifty percent the right on two hundred. I love the shrug. I love the way he was like, what did you say? I can't even. Maybe the greatest, what? Oh, that I don't know. But had he just been, like, yeah, I did you little bitch, and you would have been like. Because there were still leads to the right that I oh, I thought everyone they will lame fans the whole time that the worst chance at one point guys that guy said, that's like a supermarket special. That's not like Mark down. He said that he didn't like a play call. He's like, that's worse than when they say the special is like three hundred sections that dump stuff at hockey. They. Same thing this Saint Louis, you'll defend them. They did in the same thing in Boston. Audrey hundred sex shoot did could I s would matter fell out? Time out time out, it could have been an accident though he was just waving his towel. And you just happen to be. You everyone rally towels we rally towel would just out of hand, nobody this. All right. Dave kid talk. There's no one on earth that takes an L and changes. The story line. From the was slowing. Also. And this is where his deal with the double comes into play. There's always something to take well. Stupid in the shower that was that was that was. Was waiting for like that was the only times that the deal is double hasn't come through fake a phone because usually by now smitty does something stupid. Or go to salt in the three that didn't happen, you, you didn't get attacked did get hit in the head guy tapped, his hat off, which is a dick and move. I've got attack viciously attacked. You're saying a guy had a lame chant in the three hundred sections of there's no I'm saying, I got ratail. I went from my is just now you're supermarkets special stoop is the same. The same. Expects, if you go back to Saint Louis, I don't know that I will go back there. I tried to bring I I heard so many horror stories about the city's Saint Louis. How if you walk down and even why P go four blocks ways like you're dead. You go four ways that way you did I bring industry, a Gebran tourism. I stayed downtown where nobody was saying, this is the thing. Now you have a horse story. No. Like Ryan wish he'd be like places a dump. I went there for twenty four hours. And I got mugged are you done with three hundred level? Now in general, have you? Only Saint Louis. Yeah. Boston can't keep their towels to themselves. No, their hands tall really want your. Discuss. You guys. Asshole Goldie something very Saint Louis asshole. He doesn't have the balls to be like, yeah. I did that on purpose that would have been back down. He saw me. I want. No part of that ship. What would you? What would you did that if he tack me? He did it. Well, I, I don't know what I would have had done what to do something. Twitter sir, man. And then he calls into sports radio. We don't even know him. He wants his name. We're just going call you win. The blues took that three to lead. Did you intentionally hit Dave Portnoy on the head with your towel? I did not intentionally hit him on the head. No, I was having fun. I was excited as like everybody else in the place. I've, I've flipped my tall in the general direction of that group. And apparently I clipped him I didn't certainly had no intention of getting anywhere near anyone. Oh, of course, he's America's most wanted, well, he's vicious criminal charges. You sure. Dad seems to he's itching. Yeah, you should. I, I would agree people's why next up you stink. Why? Because you watched. This guy attack me, I said, the first time when he did the little Hedera thing. What you do. And then I go, I said, I was like what the fuck? And then I saw him whip it now. I looked you like what the fuck and you're like who did it? I'm like this fucking guy. Yeah. I mean, if I would have jumped at his eyes on my guys if I see that, that's the only time I won't fight for myself. I'd fight for the honor of people might. And you showed. No, I'm just sat there whereas. When you're like going, my God, I got your high fiving is Fran boozer scored. Bullets flying everywhere, and I'm under attack and your high five and Warren about this isn't chill. I went straight to Twitter said, as team poor guy don't spread this video and thoughts and prayers. We'll see how long it lasts before. Pete is all of your ass. That's my next. Yeah, that's fine. Yeah. Because eight. That should Chiloe is shaking. She said she chose. At least crusher. Fucking. Nightside nighttime walk into daylight this horns going off this animal I almost. Louis. Captor jeremy. The only way to do is eat peach. She says chinchilla like that sharp for for activists, the one he wrestled ashore, and then putting the camel clutch picture the animal. Yeah. Well, this chinchilla has the most. Alligators everglades. Through. He gets treated like a king. He's down there, getting pampered people in line. Okay. What's smuggle him to the stadium in this brought them through all? Support in what's his name, Boise. Can't like this guy, beating the drums, right next to face for ten in a quiet office in the blues thing, I'm sure climate controlled office? Head is treats, yet, his water as well, taken care of Hough. I will shame FIDA found out about. It's a shame that you don't respect the medical profession, either, because he's an emotional support is certified by Dr. So I'm telling him today after he got it. What I would let him watch out for all of our God forbid, something happens to chill imagine the, the backout fire that the reputation hit, we would take that like takes over for your vicious attack. Yup. I mean he's on CNN this morning. I think he's doing. Yeah. Well, guess what? We were on ESPN a lot outside the lines. I heard today too. So we're all over the place. That doesn't all news. Not good news when you're basically killing. He's, he's living great. Yeah. He does. I saw tried to sabotage me coming in after saying that you were just going to see what happens what, what happened he said, oh, that thing that thing bites vicious animal. I asked I asked getting through. Through security, everybody play cool tried to say in bag. Because I think bite what is dangerous, but you still. Shit and Saint Louis. You can walk on weapons. You can walk in with animals go walk in with whatever they won't care. It's like Saint Louis no-one lives here. Anyways knows that city downtown. No, one of the ram tell you one thing I tell you one thing gave magin if worse got with the eye with the towel. Oh, what do you think is action with the control? In her hands bread, Holik eight him that was for a minute at the end of the game when he's dancing because it just all man time that he that himself. He was that fucking chinchilla. John him to John big floppy John him, by the way proves that I read this. But like you get to a certain level celebrity, and you can just dress like Assal start and look like an ass. John look like himself passed. Do he just walks where he'll just walk in the locker? That's there's a certain like the met gala certain level celebrity scarf indoors. I look good alive. Probably look good. Yeah. It's a different level celebrity where you're like I just wear the scarf. 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You need to be four like game five new just burn a bunch of towels. Towel birmingham. This, this guy is such a fucking loser guy who attacked me this. You're saying that Jess, no. I'm not. You say attack people think attack. Yeah. You think attack? And you're like you know could just be run of the mill salt. I'm talking about a vicious attack wasn't. Wasn't back violent. Yeah. Mets fans are mad. These Tom Brady is trying to trademark Tom terrific in, they're mad because Tom Seaver that was isn't name grow up to. This is not Tom Brady's nickname. Ever called to Tom riffing? Room, twelve nickname. Dude, you gotta get ready for win anything. Tom terrific. I mean if you told me who's Tom terrific? I would have never been like I wanna Brady wouldn't say racial. Because Tom, but I certainly want to said, Tom Seaver nickname, are you mad not really? So who has? Right. I mean, I'm just head. I just been two years to trademarking go trademarking something that's just not my nickname nobody. I think that's what people do trademark every tremendous Tom. Well, everything. Renegade companies doing terrific Tom can go, hey, look towel. Tommy. This guy used the N word this referee in Texas suspended for year. He's an official Aref and he got caught. I don't know why he was being wired. I don't know why refs in Texas. I don't know but he was and he used it multiple times. Emitted using the word. His excuse is one of put it in the hall of fame of excuses. He said it doesn't really count because he listens. He watches beat what we would sport was football all my. I mean he's like I watch me. What do you say, say back? Yeah. What's the retort there? What's the response who's being might? Yeah, I don't know. Why was that? Maybe. Yeah. Titans. Like it's like we're getting discriminated against that ref has it out for your team. We gotta get right? Mike Michael and saying cash. Catch him that he's like I excuse, I watch BT I laugh at BT I may and confused by beat. It was something to pick something up. Been a three year old say a swear word around them say. Say. Guy denying the towel picked it up. Best one. One year suspension. That's all you get for that feel like you should not be allowed to referee high school. That ship has sailed these things both of those things are very much. There's plenty of jobs out there. For most aren't for you. All right. That's a show anything after show it's turned into this thing again it's hockey. It's a seven game series. I wish I wish to focus on the ice. I will be in Boston. I don't know whether we're doing electric chair where we're gonna go stadium's going on electric shares not game five but six and seven yeah, I well definitely doing six and seven we already said that. But I don't know whether we should do five as well because to kind of like the. You don't know us go. I will say out of the kind of this coming out of the game. Much until I got into I got. This is attacked. I said that instantly like thank all we I mean, I knew like I didn't know we had it right away. I'm like Frank. You turn around yelled the guy you kinda turn back. You're like Jesus fuck that guy. And then you have a moment you realize the content that's about to come. And you just throw look off to the video work. Really good. Really good. I mean this. I. Gotta get the grit to that guy. Because if it's not, if his reaction isn't there, it's not as good a mill. It's not. He doesn't lo- whole look the fat and bald head the lightwater you talking about. I send that. If he got who. Maybe talking about. I if you got like mad at you and like elevated the confrontation it would have been fun. And then I don't know then has anybody in a physical conversation just responded in tweets. Although the internet would have loved to see you get punched that was actually, they lose people defending this prowls, actually agree litmus test for people who, don't get barstool, who were like Depor's crying about getting by a towel and I was laughing so hard about this is what we do. This is God send if that guy just like said, yeah. Did adventure sit down people? I think David suppress that. I think it'd be. Kim jong. There's a lot of people very mad that I was wearing the toilet paper like that such bullshit. You know about hurt. Talk about. Was. You talk about. Ice, not the stance. You all saw out of the salted broad. They like Martin point. Did you see after I, I was saying member when you broke your neck was Esco? Yeah. The quote was Dave said he was a walking paralyzed person for six months. Icing, your jaw. When all the way down the side of my face that things. I can't leave him work. I laugh and let's sit around and let's just. Yeah. So you see who gets in line for that, right? That is such a piece of shit move to somebody who was again. I. It was just enjoying the goal the heads way first, and then he takes it and goes to be honest. Contest. We weren't being Dixit the game at all I wanted to road fan. We bring normally we celebrate our goals sat down. That was it. We weren't doing any there's something about the video that always gets people on it was, I don't even know that you really knew Frank. Who's just kind of sitting there not moving all the way down the end. So. True by the third period he knew. Well, you mean knew that we were somebody there. Where there were cameras out hiding right now? What he's doing. You gotta give them a call in radio. I love to so you we don't know who was fake. The what you think the call to the radio was it's a real station, but I don't know if it was fake why you wouldn't talk more shit than he did. He's he stood by. He was very seriously like no, I didn't mean to do that. Yeah. Excited. I don't want to wait. I agree confront there's only word. All right. That's the rundown seven game series. You grow to hate the other team. That's what happens just. So haven't Saint Louis is a horrific town. Yes. We were you at in the series like you're you feel in confident or. Yeah. Very confident at home, and it's either such seven Char's thinks that he's hurt. We're down to defensemen. Now. How about that? Dive terraced. Cinco that, that guy should be kicked out of the series. He faked a head injury deem. Get hit the way Saint Louis imagine. So on the ice in the crowd is disgust. Yeah. Faking injury. It almost like you got viciously attacked. I didn't fake any IRA Cinco did not get touched and act like you shot. That's what I'm saying. Like the real people who get attack. Act why? Elbowed in the face. Make light ahead injuries. Now. Head injuries are funny. Why p your yukking it up with everyone after smack in the head? I mean everyone that building was was getting lit up last night. It's fucked up. I'm with you. That's messed even Harrison. Gordon, get touched the only vote in the face man on the one they felt out. Yeah. Go look at the tape. This is Saint Louis. This is why ruin leaves that me it's meant to have no character. They have no integrity. Who would wanna live out lying around at salting people in everyone laughs it up? And you sit up. It's disgusting. So just to be clear, you are. He was not assaulted you were your. Your. No doubt. Touch. Yeah. There's no you can't. Cinco in that part of the terra single touch. Right. Got attacked right. And even if he did get elbowed in the face, I'd take elbow in the face over owl, to possibly the I ratail is that could be life ten I was on the potentially out. Let's talk about how get hit behind the ears. Sometimes the worst to get exactly where the eye of the year. The head of the tape off the natives currently in tenth place at the World Series, by the way, right? When he does is this day one or. We always actual World Series as intense. Can you imagine? Can you imagine Nate's with money? Not. No. This last time. Nate would try to quit here so fast money. What happened won't get the money. Forget about taxes. Can I get my job back? He just want to the giving live updates. Here's one of five hundred thousand dollars. What's the top thirty pay? It's weird. It's like a weird tournament everyday. They pay out after each day. Cash little money in his pocket and suffer, I turn to transit, what do we do if he wins a million? You'd have to send the Saint Louis and get a mug would be by tile. He would be so incredibly hard to be around, if you already to be around a millionaire NATO, millionaire Nate Dogg would be brutal. All right. That's the Rondo. Oh fuck.

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"From NPR and Wbz Robin Young I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here and now, and while the NBA bubble remains intact so far major league baseball hit a snag in its restart. The League has cancelled game set for today in Miami and Philadelphia, because a number of players for the Miami marlins tested positive for covid nineteen, meanwhile, the top health official in Starr County Texas Jose Vasquez has formed a committee to drop guidelines for doctors to choose patients in the county's only hospital, who will not survive covid nineteen, and may go home to die with loved ones to free up resources, baronies, Garcia is with the Monitor newspaper mcallen Texas. She joins us from Alamo Veronese. How is that announcement of this committee resonating there? A lot of people are having reactions that you would expect. They're very armed by the news, but you know Dr Jose Vasquez. He's trying to express it. This is not completely out of the ordinary. You know that hospitals do have the communities that make these types of of decisions, and unfortunately he's saying that they're reaching a point there at star, Star County. where they're having to make these type of decision because of the lack of resources that they have their. and. We understand that this is a very rural area. This is the only hospital and some healthcare workers there who have also come down with covid nineteen are saying things like you know they. They really don't even have an ICU normally and they're having to do this kind of work. Yeah. That's right. You Dr. Baskets as soon as he would say that. As soon as you had a patient who needed to be intimated, who will required those intensive care unit services? They had to automatically be transferred because they just don't have that at that hospital. And he reported to us that he was searching as far as New York to try to get these patients, Abed, but it was. It was too much on. Thankfully, they've received some. Some services I believe from the Navy recently the Governor Greg Abbott, not certainly that they were sending two navy teams to grant city where the hospital is located. So there thankfully, receiving I believe it was chew. Intensive intensiveness and Several nurses who are helping with that, so they are able now to care for some of these patients, but again those we are limited, so they're having to make decision based on their probability of survival well, and you're right. This does happen. Elsewhere Arizona is starting to roll out care standards four when ICU beds ventilators are in short supply, and it's something that decision that doctors. have to make outside of covid nineteen. When do you stop treating someone? Of course, this is different in that. If there are no other hospitals to take them in the area, we see that patients from your county are getting helicoptered out to other areas. If there's no one to take them. They may be going home to die with Sirius cove in nineteen. Is there a fear about that? Yeah absolutely I mean already. There's just this Under reporting of deaths at home, and that's another problem that they're facing down there. So yeah, it complicates so many things and I'm just wondering, too. We understand. Star County was a success initially few cases at the start of the pandemic reach Texas. But then the state reopened are people that are thinking that. Maybe that had something to do with it. The Spike. You have now? Absolutely because you know back in April, they went I believe. It was nearly three weeks without a single case. And towards the end there they did have like one or two cases pop up within a single family, but those weren't. Community spread right. It was just like a single family. You know unfortunately infecting one another, and that's how that happened, but then after. Governor Abbot kind of opened the the state reopen the economy? That's when the case numbers there exploded. And that to win, we saw hospitals. All across the valley, being completely inundated with. Kobe Hospital Kobe cases, and that's just how it's been. Since the economy reopened and I mean you'll hear it from county officials during press conference. No, it's very clear to them that what the differences they will, they will say the only difference is that our economy reopened and we're no longer able to enforce shelter in place orders. Bernie's Garcia. Normally we'd be asking you about the flooding from the hurricane in that area, but just. It can't be helping the situation. No, absolutely not, and so the good thing that I did speak to I. Did ask about hospitals and how they're doing here. Thankfully, none of them are putting any flooding. So that's great, but they have said that few of the employees have called in saying that they were having trouble getting to work, but then those cases their. Hostels are sending out trucks to pick up those employees. So, that's that's okay for them, so your. Furnace Cassia reporter who covers Star County for the Monitor newspaper based in mcallen. Texas baronies just wish you well with everything going on there. Thank you so much. Thank you. Florida overtook New York in the number of coronavirus cases over the weekend, and is now second to California so some officials in the state of Florida are looking at more creative ways to reach out to the younger generation who've been making up a bigger share of new infections than they were before for member station W.. L. R. N. in Miami Veronica's arghovie reports. Carol beaks had been hoping she would get a break this summer from dealing with the pandemic. She's the chief nursing officer at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami. And we've more younger people falling ill to the virus. Her message to them is direct lot of Muslim ages. Will here for US Open were masks for us. Definitely her hospital is part of Florida's largest public health system berry young healthy. They workout every day somewhere. Vegans and we have people that have. Progressed the young people that not done well, and we see it around the country around the world, so no one is immune regardless of age. You know now you're seeing an children. Her colleague Dr. David. They'll last their that the hospitals. ICU medical director says young people need to get the message about how dangerous cove in thousand nine nineteen is they gone? Die From nineteen so. That the people with a lot of medical decisions died. That's-that's will we see young people with no medical issue. Stein Twenty, eight year old Jasmine Padron of Miami Gardens says the early focus on older people left younger people feeling less at risk I feel like a lot of people within my age group are not really taking seriously since at the beginning of the pandemic, a kind of sounded like it only affected people so I feel like they just act like I'm young. I don't have a problem with that. Miami Beach Mayor. Dan Gelber has been trying to reach young people. He recently posted this video like college age daughters. Sophie and Hannah recently informed me that I might not be the Best Messenger to deliver that admonishment to younger people who currently seem to be spreading the virus disproportionately. Here is a key message from one of our residents. Who is slightly more current. Shock Miami Beach Mayor's committee, Kobe recovery DJ cabin and our talk to the YO world. Our talking everybody doesn't matter what age you are. This is very serious. We have to wear masks Mayor Gilbert. Tapped DJ Kelly the popular hip hop artists to get that message out to young people, because who delivers the message is important. That's according to Justin guest a professor at George Mason. University in Virginia and author of mass appeal, communicating policy ideas in multiple media, so imagine if some of Florida's most famous. Famous celebrities I. Most iconic individuals were actually featured all over on poster art, and and billboards, wearing masks right that sets norm, and that picture as they say is worth many more words than any kind of op. Ed that glorious, Stefan or J. LO could possibly be writing, so there are so many creative ways to communicate your ideas, especially as simplistic as can you please wear a mask where those messages appear is also important, says Dr J. Butler he specializes in infectious diseases at the CDC. That can be used include social media We're exploring law Koksal. PSA's are a bit older, but that is something that in the right media can help to reach younger people as well I don't really turn on the news. This is about Bradshaw. She is twenty three and just finish nursing school. My Mom Trinitron so I hear a little bit of that, but I don't that's. That's not my main focus of media. It's actually like grab. She says she follows the CDC on Instagram and read Cirkovic related content whether you use instagram Tiktok the APP for one minute videos or cable television to get your information. What the message says is still key, says Kathleen Hall Jamieson. Who Directs the Annenberg? Public Policy. Center of the University of Pennsylvania Jamison. Says Cova. Messaging should. Should avoid words. People don't usually use and do a better job of explaining the science beyond words like a symptomatic, so the thing we have not taught the public to the extent that we ought to is what we mean when we say a symptomatic transmission, so even if you don't have any symptoms, you might still have covid and spread the disease. Jamison says that information needs to be. Be Included in mass messaging and the message she says shouldn't be mixed at the beginning of that pandemic all reminds says experts didn't recommend public wear masks, but preserve them for healthcare workers, scientists message is always going to be one that is is updating when you're confronting something that is brand new. We highlights another communications challenge how to handle a changing message in a quickly evolving pandemic. For here and now I'm bid on I. Go of yet in Miami. As Congress races to pass another one trillion dollars plus of emergency, coronavirus economic relief with just days to go until extra unemployment benefits are set to expire. Let's get the view of one of the country's top economists Mohamed Al Arian Chief Economic Adviser at all eons and president elect of Queen's College. Cambridge Mohamed and welcome back to here now. Thank you for having me. We're hearing that this stimulus will include another round of those twelve hundred dollar direct payments to Americans. How helpful do you think those have been for families and for the economy? They've definitely been helpful, and as you point out that have been helpful, both for the people who them and for the economy as a whole, we continue to live in a world where people cannot get jobs for no fault of their own. Certain states have gone backwards now on the economic opening because of health reasons, people are losing jobs again. And there's a sense that household economic and security is going up and some people are really suffering, so there was a good case for it. The problem is that we need to find a better solution than simply repeating the same thing over and over again, why? Because fundamentally there was a conflict that must be resolved, and that is the conflict between lives and livelihood. We can't beat this pendulum swings which Wean we opening and then closing again we opening and closing, and we have to reconcile health with economic opening, and you look around the world. It is possible if people change behaviors. Republicans don't want to continue these six hundred dollars a week. Extra unemployment payments. Here's the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, speaking yesterday on ABC's this week. The original unemployment benefits actually paid people to stay home, and actually a lot of people got more money staying at home than they were would going back to work, and so the president's been very clear. Our Republican senators have been very clear. We're not going to stand that provision. What do you think about that? Because this has been an argument that's been made a many times. Especially by small business owners saying I can't get my workers to come back because they're making more unemployment than I can pay them at the same time, people who are without a job are still suffering a lot and they need the extra money. and. Desta balance now. It is true that full some people. They were better off staying at home than going back to that jobs. That argument was valid when we were reopening, and the hope was that we were going to continue we opening. It has become less so now and I think it points to a fundamental. Issue which is how should a safety net be set if there are few people that benefit more than they should do you penalize? And, if the economy is going back to normal, the answer is no okay. You shouldn't allow people to get paid more for staying at home, but if people can't get jobs if it's not a question of willingness, but it's a question of ability. then. There was a good argument for continuing support. What about the spending part of it? The House passed the three trillion dollar additional stimulus bill in May. This hasn't been taken up. In the Senate, the Republican proposals expected to be more like one trillion and here's Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaking on Morning Edition today. He was asked about all this federal spending. If we limit our spending right now, we will be. Be In greater debt later because the economy will get worse, the recession will get deeper and could turn into a depression. What do you think about that? Should we even be talking about all of the money? That's being put on the country's credit card, so yes, we should be talking about it and talking about it in the following way Jeremy. We should ask the question. A, we doing things that promote economic growth, because ultimately whether it's a country or whether as an individual. Your debt load is a function, not only what you own, but also what you earn. So if we adding debt and not growing. then. We have a big debt problem however. Adding debt in order to grow fasting future. Is the approach, then we doing the right thing and that goes back, Jamie that the four buckets that Congress should focus on over time, and I say over time because it will not take up all four right now. One is talk about pure relief, helping Americans during a period of pain and suffering. Does the second one that they should also focus on right now, which is making sure that we can live with covert? In a healthy and economically productive fashion, because that's what we can do for while until we get a vaccine that's about funding for testing for health care. And then the third bucket is to make sure that we address downward pressure on productivity growth over the long term, and the final bucket is addressing long-term household economic insecurity I suspect that the most we can get is congressional action on the first two, and that has to be done in a way to promote growth, and it can be done. What about money for state and local governments which are really struggling right now? Should the federal government be giving them more money so that they can stay afloat at the moment? Yes, because once again they have lost revenue in a big way. Not Because of anything done wrong, but because of the situation, and it's not just that when you go into this mindset of how do we live with covert nineteen? In a healthy manner, you look at activities that support productive engagement of individuals and businesses in the economy to keep things going because we want to keep things going as we make progress on the health, issues and support for kqed and local authorities is a key element in this regard. When asked about a couple of other things, new home sales went up thirteen point, eight percent last month and sales of previously owned homes jumped a record twenty point seven percent in June. What is going on with the housing market right now, and is it likely to last? So whether it's the housing market whether it will retail sales. All the backward-looking economic indicators who looks like a V.. Things coming back very sharply why? Because we started off up. The end of May and in June and there was optimism, and there's a lot of repressed desire to do things including. Housing and housing was also benefiting enormously from very low mortgage rates. However if you look at weekly jobless claim, if you look at retail traffic if you look at mobility, if you look at Western bookings, all those have flattened out so I worry that wanted and continuing v. we may look at square root where things come back and then level off and I think that as we go forward. We're GONNA see different economic series are going to start being less dynamic unfortunately than they've been in June until. We sort out this health issue. One of the things that stayed with me from our last conversation is I asked you if you were concerned about emerging markets like Brazil and Turkey and south. Africa and what cove nineteen will mean for their economies. You said you weren't concerned. You were terrified. Do you still feel that way or what terrifies you now? Oh absolutely terrified. And if you look at the numbers of Brazil and India, you see an outbreak that is out of control and healthcare facilities there on not what you'd like them to be facing such a health emergency. When we last spoke what I mentioned at the time, was that what developing countries? Experiencing was the indirect effects of this virus. The outbreak had happened in China around China in Europe and the US and few a developing country in Latin America. What you've felt is lower exports lower tourism lower workers admit and lower fonder investment now. These countries are dealing not just with the indirect effects, but they're dealing with the direct effects. And this lives versus livelihood equation is much trickier in developing countries. I remember an African friend of mine telling me you know we don't have the ability to throw money at this problem like you do. So if we have an outbreak. The choice we may end up facing is do we die from infection or do we die from hunger and that that? Way of putting. It is really a way to show why one should be terrified. The last thing we need right now is an outbreak in countries that don't have the health facilities to deal with. just based on what you're seeing right now. Do you think that in January of this coming year? We are going to still be talking about. Can Schools reopened? Can people go back to work or will we be passed that at that point? So I'm not a health expert but I. Read The news today that I'm sure you have. The Google has gone to its employees and said you can expect to work from home until the middle of next year. I think we all live with. It's uncertainty. The good news though is every day is a win in the sense that we learn more about this virus, and the basic problem is our own behaviour. I live in. California Hawaii can tell you that in southern California people are not wearing mosques enough. It's not because. Mosque song available is because they have a different assessment of the individual risk from the risk facing society, and until we align these risk assessments. We're going to have this big uncertainty about whether. Our school's going to reopen or not. So, it's really it's up to individuals to just realized we can actually solve that issue with. He's minimize the disruptions. Mohamed El area and the chief economic adviser at all EONS and president-elect of Queen's College Cambridge always great to talk with you. Thank you so much for joining us I. Really appreciate that. Thank you Jamie. The future looks bright for a new solar probe that recently began orbiting the sun. The first images taken by the orbiter stunned. At the European Space Agency and NASA, they showed miniature solar flares all over the sun's surface and unexpected early discovery in the mission that will take the spacecraft inside the orbit of Mercury Theresa Nevez Chin Chia is with us now on skype. She's NASA deputy project scientist for the mission today said the orbiter completed its first close pass the sun in June and recently sent its first images back to Earth. Tell us what they show. So these images reveal a movie two-thirds more loops, APP, Tina Brian is sports and darks repealed for the first time. These images has been cold campfires. Camp fires is a funny word because we don't really know what they are, we leave the like Nano flers. So, sometimes scientists, they think they are the little nephews of their solar flares. It is possible that this none of. These tiny it features can be the main responsible of the heating in the outer atmosphere of sand surface. It has been a mystery that the temperature in this region increase almost three hundred times determined were below as you would expect as you go farther from the SAM, the temperature decrease right, but in this union crease, and we don't know why. An has been I mr for years. Will learning more about the sun also tell us more about the earth. Right, so we leave in the extended atmosphere of one. Is that our son? This is John, Pablo of magnetized plasma ride, and we have been protected from these hearts environment with our magnetosphere, but as we are more technologically candy dependent, and we aim also to explore this space. We are more and more exposed to the somebody ability so by knowing the sun we will be able in way to predict the sun, and therefore to protect our societies, and meanwhile just tell us how you protect the orbiter itself from the temperatures it is getting by flying so close to the sun. So right so the astounds that we are GonNa get, which is our quarter of San Earth, these towns will receive thirteen times the magnetic flash that any spacecraft receiving at one you other these air. We have what we call the Heat Shield. Which is the Italian? We fiber, a carbon one each Easter meant are also protected by these technologically advanced material as a NASA scientists. How exciting for you! When you get to see these photos for the first time I mean this is amazing and we have been working for many years. To make this happen is a very challenging mission and society in an. We are actually having a lot of fun doing what we have been. Always wanted to go the science learning about our star. That is today sudden. You have Tim Chia who is NASA deputy project scientist for the solar orbiter today, said thank you. Thank you very much for having me. The moment we're in pandemic. Racial reckoning is going. We are realizing to lust of very long time, so Zedi Smith seems to be saying her new essay collection. Let's not wait to jot down some thoughts. Thank goodness because the some of her essays in the new collection intimations captures this time like a watercolor in the first scene. She's stopped. Fingers curled around the iron bars of a New York City Garden. Garden, fence her face, poking through to look at a tulip in the garden, enclosed inside. It was a few days before the global humbling began. She writes when we would all be looking through barred-windows yearning for tulips to observe not the thing encaged. We are the new. York Times called intimations ultra timely with a spirit both searching and brilliant ends Eighty Smith joins us by skype from London. Now Welcome. You you know, and as you point out on the forward. It's beautiful, slim, elegant book you point out, there will be many books written about the year two, thousand, twenty, historical, analytical, political, as well as comprehensive. This is not any of those what is this? Good question I I think. Was My way of doing something. Almost instantly, I was aware of my. uselessness, I guess novelist always feel to some degree useless, but I think it's compounded particularly in Revolutionary Times by having family. Having small children construct the families by nature, the most most bourgeois institution in the world right? You can't get out on the march. Cyber stuck with anything. I can do which is right. And I suddenly thought it as a way of participating of raising money of being active, because the proceeds from the book will go to the equal justice initiative and the COVID Nineteen Emergency Relief Fund for New York where you were for the worst part of the pandemic, and we know how horrible it was. In New York City and described how everyone was feeling as being suddenly confronted with the problem of all artists time and what to do with it. I suppose I thought like a lot of writers that I would be good in this situation. They assume that you know if they were stuck in a situation alone unable to go out, they would somehow function, and the opposite was true I found it just as impossible as everybody else I was just as. Stabilized by a complete revolution in time and space, and I guess for the first time in my life I realized what I use writing for to control. What's going on around me? It's not something I'm particularly proud of it as a personality trait, but I thought as that is the way I. Respond may be the most useful thing I can do is make the situation clear to myself. Questions than I. Know came to everyone. What is it to? Suffer, what is it to know that other people suffer more new? What is it to know? You're in a transformative moment in history I wanted to. Make those things cleared for myself and I've been reading. Marcus Aurelius and what struck me about that book? Meditations Thousands of years in the distance, it was actively helpful to me. was about structures of thought how to think and I could use it to apply to lots of different contemporary situations. I loved this and not. I'm going to be far less eloquent than than you are. Although you do have this one sentence here, you say you picked up Marcus Aurelius for the first time to read meditations with the same attitude. You bring to the instructions for a flat pack table. It's likely. How do I own fold this thing but I loved this notion of you always hope that if you're going to be. Historical moment you're going to be elevated and you're gonNA. Feel what you're supposed to do. In that moment, and everything's going to be different and have this kind of fairy dust sprinkled over it, and instead were you know knocking around in our apartments and houses, not quite sure what to do right and I was just in really of everybody else. I was at home with children watching people in the streets watching people's volunteer activism at every level I know it's become common for everyone to describe themselves. The neck of his I have too much respect for the woods to pretend that I am one. I'm not one I'm a writer. May Only! Role is I saw it still the very large one with how can I have crate? Structures of thought will help the kind of people who act. That will help them do what they have to do. And you mentioned to? You had an in one of the essays you go into a deep rumination over what is suffering. You get thrown into well. Is it suffering because I'm stuck in my house? I have to wear a mask I. mean you read a new store? You write concerning a young woman of seventeen, only seventeen who had killed herself three weeks in lockdown because she couldn't go out and see her friends. She was not a nurse with inadequate. p. p. e. in a long commute arriving at a word of terrified people bracing for a long day of death, but her suffering like all suffering was an absolute in her own mind. She could not overcome it, so she died. You know the nature of suffering am I really suffering, if people can't breathe on ventilators or with someone's Neon, their neck. They can be different and equality. At the same time you can be having a different experience from someone else and yet the extremity of the you can feel equally extreme, but there's a to hard thought to contain simultaneously and I guess I noticed especially with speed of communication online that it's hard to express those two things simultaneously. I think my writing as a full off. Resistance against exactly that speed resistance against one hundred forty characters resistance against the idea that mine thought should be given to me day by massive capitalist conglomerates of a social media companies. Just I wanted to try and give readers the thing I i. Try and fight for myself, which is space to think your own thoughts whatever they might be. Your postscript content as a virus, you compare the pandemic to the virus that infects so many white Americans, although some may be symptomatic, filled with hate and racism, others may be a symptomatic and still shedding virus. If you will I mean those are my words far more eloquent, I mean just this notion of deep seated thoughts about while I'm a liberal and I'm this or that, but I'm not sure how many blacks I won't living in my neighborhood. I mean that would be more of an asymmetric. Carrier that this notion of racism being a virus to I guess the difference I feel from a load of American on this topic is I'm not actually interested. In personal morality I'm interested in structures that are strong enough to keep us from behaving the way we are. We tend to behave. And I was very struck when I go to England, I went to my little brothers, but if they keep, and I was standing in this very slow garden, with about forty people, standing separately two meters from each other drying, and they were of many different races, religions clauses. I saw that my family was struck by this and what I noted about is. It's not that England is such a multicultural, happy, happy post-racial societies, none of those things, but that garden represented structures that have been put in place that allow people to live near each other to go to school together to expect the same healthcare. UH, at the same point for free that allowed full relations of equity, not perfect. There's no such thing as totally equity in England in Europe or in America, but that was a deep foundation of that book. You know in that book. You felt that way, but that's the truth. That's why. It's not an accident. Structures allow them to live in such a way that party that was far more likely than I'd ever experienced in new for example. He you right I used to think that there would one day be a vaccine against this. Virus of racism that if enough black people name the virus explained, it demonstrated how it operates. You know look at that statue. I'm thinking as as i. read this video it's affects. Look what's happening. George Floyd I think protested peacefully revealed how widespread it really is. How the symptoms arise, how so many Americans keep giving it to each other irresponsibly and shamefully generation after generation, causing intolerable and unending damage, both to individual bodies and the body politic. I thought if that knowledge became as widespread as could possibly be managed or magic that we might finally reach some kind of her. I don't think that anymore. So. You think it's the structures. It can't be the people. Yes I mean whatever faith had imposed. The round key is long gone. So for me, symbols even statues I. Doubt the strong feeling around these symbols, but for me they are nothing next to equitable structures economic social. That's Eighty Smith her new collection of essays about the moment or in is intimations. Sadie, thank you so much, thank you. So people left to own, devices can't erase racism. Maybe it's the same with the chroniclers. Businesses. Churches and schools are all advertising. They're deep cleaning regimens as evidence. They're protecting people from covid. Nineteen starbuck says it sanitizing high surface areas frequently, retailers like target are cleaning baskets between uses and Jim's like planet, fitness, or boasting about their cleaning routines in ads. Planet fitness. We're committed to keeping the judgment free zone cleaner than ever. There's no surface. We won't sanitize no machine. We won't scrub because when it comes to keeping our clubs safe and spotless our team. Arlene not mean cleaning machines. Our next guest says that kind of cleaning is more show than substance Derek, Thompson writer and editor at the Atlantic joins us now. Hi, Derek Hey Jeremy. Well let's start with the science. Everybody's talking about how clean surfaces are but what do we know about? How the virus actually spreads on surfaces. The CDC has come out and said that touching a surface quote isn't thought to be the main way the virus spreads. It is thought to spread via airborne via large droplets or smaller droplets that linger in the air, unventilated indoor spaces, other scientists I spoke to came to an even more forceful conclusion. Emanuel, Goldman is a biology professor at Rutgers, New Jersey. Medical, school and And he told me that surface transmission of COVID. Nineteen is just not justified at all by the science, so we are still learning more about this disease, our knowledge about it is incomplete and I. Definitely don't want to suggest that it's impossible to contract this disease from services, but it seems far far more likely that we catch it from other people through airborne transmission. cleanings inactive hygiene theater, and compared it to some of the stuff that was done with airport security after nine eleven right, so we're all familiar with security theater. After nine eleven, the TSA took it upon themselves to pat down. Grandmothers and children for possible explosives. And lots of people including people the Atlantic like my colleague. Jim Fallow called the security theater. Well, I think that America's new found obsession with deep cleaning is a kind of hygiene theater. We are obsessed with ads like that planet fitness add about. Cleaning every single possible surface to an inch of its life in order to stop a disease that's actually not traveling mostly from surfaces in the first place. It's traveling through the air. So you have planet fitness doing what? They said they were doing that. AD. You have New York City subway, shutting down every night for a few hours for the first time, and it's one hundred sixteen year history in fact to blast the seats. Seats and the walls and the polls, all this antiseptic weaponry national restaurants like applebee's are creating sort of sanitation czars to oversee the constant scrubbing of window ledges. All of this is happening in a world where scientists are converging on the consensus that it's not spreading from surface to hand to face. It's spreading through the air. We have misallocated our attention and should be focused on unventilated indoor space is not on soap obsessions. I think about this when I go to the supermarket and still not allowed to use a reusable bag because you have to have a new plastic bag or new paper bag because they won't allow that, I? Don't know exactly how that keeps the virus away, but. Is there a problem with this excess cleaner. Shall we say you know what if it helps? People think that they're being safer than what's the problem with? Let us do everything possible to stop this virus. If someone listening likes washing their hands, I say, keep doing it. Keep washing your hands. If you want to scrub down your kitchen counter. That's fine. Keep doing it. The problem isn't so much individuals. It's when companies used their deep cleaning regimens as an excuse to allow people to come into spaces. They shouldn't be in the first place so for example if you. You have gyms restaurants with large unventilated indoor spaces that are essentially telling patrons. Come on in. We're scrubbing down the ellipticals and the tables. You're using just warped logic. You're inviting people to still come into your space and share these unventilated indoor spaces where they can get sick in the piece. I compare it to like an oceanside town that stalked by a frenzy. Frenzy of Ravenous Sharks and urge people to come back to the beach. They say you know we've reinforced the boardwalk with concrete like what now people can sturdily walk into the ocean and be separated from their limbs. You've totally misunderstood the nature of an airborne threat, so I'm definitely not calling and the scientists I spoke to are not calling for people to stop. Stop washing their hands. Keep doing that. If you're in public recently, don't immediately. Stick your fingers into your mouth. You know, take precautions, but still understand the three most important ways to stop this epidemic masks, distancing and moving activities outdoors. That's really it that is one scientist said we can beat this thing and deep clean, so often are just an expensive distraction. Derek Thompson senior editor at the Atlantic Derek. Thanks as always thank you. Robin, there's a market that I go to where they make you put not just a mask. Of course we all wear masks. When we go into a public face, they make you put plastic gloves on your hands to touch the fruits and vegetables. I'm like wait a minute. I'm going to wash these. And so is everybody else. Why would you anyway just young person who's gainfully employed wiping everything all the time so I'm thrilled? So at least it's. It's causing jobs to to go up. Here now is a production of NPR and Wvu are associated with the BBC World Service I'm Jeremy Hobson rather young is here.

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FC 083: Chatting With Grand Nagus

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FC 083: Chatting With Grand Nagus

"Can you believe it? It's almost winter sale. I already put the decorations on the podcast art work in the site. What's missing us a music? But I promise, I'll wait until winter vill starting well to play that music this episode eighty four on this episode. We got the no GRANDE nakedness talked about the dark lady savant us talked a bit about Pokemon go geeked out an add, ons, and more. Let's start to Nome drain. Raw. Welcome. The frazzle cast upon cast by blizzard fan know about world of warcraft man, D stuff, I promise you, they do talk about the world. They just go off the rail. Hello, internet. It is Bradley also known each week. I'm doing awesome people as Roth n beyond. What is my customers ultra safe transporter head on over to meet a this week's guess? So I am joined by grand negative corpse run radio and control. Well, hello. Hi. How are you doing doing great? I it's great to have you because I realized, I have listened to you re much entire while existence until sixteen just even that show. I've had you in the car driving home and you get excited for all. It's an add ons. Yeah. Well, yeah. I think don't want to brag by the thing control. Wow is one of the top three longest running podcast. Oh, yeah. We're coming up on episode six hundred around the new year. So nice that's a big milestone, it has ever feel weird being like, wow. I mean, just think about how many hours that, that is. I mean, I haven't I haven't been co hosts for that long, I've only been Nicole four year and some, but, but still when I started playing on the US side, pretty much the first podcast that I listen to was a controller while and buying on equip. They were like hand in hand and join the US service in calculus, some days in twenty twelve the entire time that I laid on the use of after. The EU side. I've been growing my, my community mainly on on as an ring. And then on jab jab forbid, then after a while the whole thing wasn't wasn't my piece of cake. So I focused on ring, so that's like me and nutshell on how I came to be part of the of the Kach unity, and then eventually, starting sending emails and then audios, and then when the co host spot became available, I joined nice and then winded Corp on radio start coughs fund radio started in late twenty thirteen. So that's it actually had its fifth anniversary a week ago tomorrow. Yes, you had the interview with Patty Mattson and, and that, that was awesome. After I went to this call last year where. Do I met Patty for the first time I hooked up with, and we've been communicating back and forth? And she did a couple of insurers and outperform, e in her little studio. And then eventually when all the things with the battle for as came up I just asked her if she wanted to do interview. And she said, sure, why not? So we did that in preparation for the launch of battle for Roth. And then last night, I finally got around to release in the episode, but by second interview which is will leave a Marie, Gregory. The she is the voice actress that does Eddie fizzle bog, no mater in, in, in high mountain, and she does most recently, she lent her voice to Mira the what? Appear that Singh's adorable song, the Dalai dot song. Nice. It's been been out for lunch. Twenty four hours. Now, if you want to, to know more about about diva and about her how she got to, to become a voice actress she sings, she does stage work. She does. Film. She's been lending her voice to a couple of machine, amass, but don't wanna give the whole interview away. So if you want to listen to that one radio episode forty four words for you and at ESP one of my favorite characters in, in legion and in. Wow. So that's awesome been saying in, in the beginning of the of the interview for me. Basically, when I get the Addy quest chain on my Warlock. That was like that has to be more than just a little quest chain character. And then when I did it or what I started playing my by Hanta in legion. And then I went to the to the hunter's lodge. I noticed that when I looked at the at the mission table that Addie is a is a follower is a was like so excited about that, that was a dream. Come to for me. I haven't used another follower since I unlocked Addy, because she is, I think a one oh nine follower. So you need to level couple of levels before you can recruit her. I still need to work on hunter. I've got one that I'm leveling up. It's a no hunter that I'm I can't wait to get to the lodge Seymour. Attic as I enjoyed the Leija stuff. Yeah. Definitely have you looked at YouTube videos about the Eddie fizzle Bach question. I found something in the preparation for the interview. The content create on YouTube is called boots. And she does the cutest in game game play video that question would like background music. And she she has such a awesome voice like story telling everyone that doesn't know it yet, you might opinion and cares about Eddie, Eddie field, bog should. Go check out video that content hard to check that out. And then we have our Warlock cookie maker. To have our savant loving horde member datus in our alliance. Morlock lady of I was going to mention something because I can see in the video that you have Savannah's deadly by cute keychain, and you're wearing your whore t-shirt. Yes. So do you feel outnumbered because me presently, both the lights? Nope. Okay. Good. Because at the most one and a half. It's me. I'm not sure to what race you play. I am a human. So I'm the good one. Okay. That when the half against me, so, so the third but yeah, I don't want so somewhere in, there are the wanna put to insult. So one of the half is okay. That's okay. We pent frazzled all the time. He's now obsolete. So what's your feeling on? I know this a little bit old now but salon us burning the world tree has the F of, on your Mike. I have behind me as well. If you could I see as well. Yeah. Yeah. If you, if you are not compliant, I'm gonna like school little, and then she has she has a couple of errors quiver and one on the on the boat. They say it's whatever savant is did was is okay. It was. All right. No. Like we say, doc lady watches Overby, literally, I ruined. Yeah. Yeah. I love savant us. I really do even for alliance player, I like savant as in. I think the story line wasn't the right fit for her. I'll go no. In my opinion. The only issue I have with Savannah's that's not with Savannah's as a character. It's more with the or exclusively with the war bringers video after I've talked with tearing Gregory, and with a couple of other people about it, as well, in my opinion, they should have turned the order of release around, as great a character as vannice is and a shower is the wall bring us video of Jana is unbeatable one of the best videos, the best putting that out in front of the others. I can top it. So the only reason there's a legitimate reason why they've done it is the story line that you can have have the shero one coming out before that, because a shower isn't is introduced yet, it's don't hurt time yet in my opinion could even have been that they held her back until eight point one point five until we see the verse reminisces of her approach to speak, but wouldn't wouldn't work for the for the community because it's a it's supposed to be a three punts. And when does the third one come out so people would be anxious and would like say, when does this thing came out? So I totally get why why they didn't do it. Neither the savannahs one nor the shower. One has a song in it. And as great as the two of them are they have haven't had anything new. We know that, that, that Savannah's got killed in bingos lands. Bayat is the only thing that we get no was the precursor in the video the first part and the latter pod where she earns two Twee, but having that peop- all of the war bringers. I'm not sure if I agree with. Development Keam, if they should have done that. But again, that's their decision. I personally didn't like it, given the character and getting back to your question about what I think about savannah storyline. I totally see that if you see the part of the war, Brunner's video, where basically the last two lines in the dialogue, where the L says, no, you can't kill Hopewell candidate and that she has this moment about well, and then you can see in her is basically in her face that she thinking. Now what do I answer? How do I answer this, and then she gets this, and I call it a trigger moment. And that's basically my opinion where it comes full circle from her. Own death and the mother and the child lying get on the floor after she got killed back to the Nigel lying on the on the ground. She's like begging her basically seeing herself in that night, elf and seeing her self maybe s arses or something close to that effect. And then she snaps in some way, it's part of her humanity for lack of a better word her personality that because she didn't really intend to burn the tree in the first place, if you, if you go into the war of thorns a scenario, if you've played through it. There is no mention of her intending to do it. I'm under the impression that she isn't going to do it or she wasn't going to do it initially and then she just snapped. And then having to deal with were the consequence of what she did is the other thing. And then her military mine, kicking in, and that's another thing that I've talked with quite a few people about if you go through all the horde leaders, watch eaves, and faction leaders Savannah's is the one and only has a military background, as no other hord leader that has a military background, though. She is uniquely suited to with the military issue, which makes it even more strange or interesting. That she snaps and that she has to do with it. I'm not sure what to really make of it, but we'll see what that turns into eventually. We've been told that, that that stuff is going to happen, eventually definitely be interesting. What's going to happen? Definitely. Yeah. That yeah. Now I bake sultanas fan in idea. I do feel like that. Her burning the tree. Like I can kinda see why she might be very bitter towards the else because she's not one of them. Anyway, you choose not alive anymore. So she should be bitter towards any living being. Well, if you read the last, but before the storm that in there it, she basically flats out, want to turn all living creatures into on death. And it's because she disassociates herself from the living, and she's also frayed that her people might try to ask questions, the, there's some way to bring them back fully alive, instead of a forsaken. That's the other thing until now. She's been the uncontested leader, no one's ever asked questions and doubted that she is the leader no-one has doubted that whole way is the right way, so to speak shortly, you can, if you get resurrected by, by one of the vowed create you can theoretically choose not to live on no-one's really done that to our knowledge. It's only that the some might choose not to become forsake, and join Savannah's, so. And the other one would become quote unquote, normal scourge. Yeah. They, they've also with the book for shadow who the next potential for second leader is so I can kinda see the sats me because I see her by the end of the expansion that she will be let go for say. Yeah. Because I forget, who, it's who mentioned it, but they said, if you look at a lot of the techs pops up on your in different zones, so Vonnas is amazingly, absent in BFA in that's kind of not a good sign now because they did that with all jn, if you look at Traynor Volgin wasn't very strong on the Hort side for information it was mostly about kind of thrall in his heritage n. In a look next expansion. He's been cut off and through the broken shores savant is very much. They're trend in the story. And, you know, a lot about her in now, you, I haven't played the hordes side this expansion yet, but there's really no story on her. It's mostly Jana and the trolls, we do have on Sunday and von psalmody is the death person could Silvana sti- than Brahms Sondhi brings her back now. Anything is possible. I would say, but the it's a unlikely at put it that way. Everybody too far gone to even backed it being light given alive. Okay. So you happen, really like fixed the body completely punchy has his special body much the same way as not only. Fouls has and that's been a discussion topic within the forsaken dead community for a while. Because people were thinking, why does Nathanielsz has have this nice body? Now we know why. But what about her dog Rangers the gods? In under city. They look like ashen blood elves. Ohio's, they have quite pristine bodies as well, even though they often, so there was a story of how they got that because I didn't know that, that is the short story, then the Donald short-story where you get to know how he cut his new volley again. I have to read that because I didn't even know that one exists it. Yeah. I don't want to spoil it. So, for instance, you haven't read it yet start one is out there. It's like one of the latest short stories that's been released, but I. Don't think that her passing the mantle of what she on. Well, she would probably give up watch if she doesn't care about the war cheat. Exactly the thing is. I see them taking her out of the story. They have set it up for a new ruler for the first second. I don't think so if you are talking about to think you're talking about the she is not going to be the new ruler of the forsaken, because that's not a forsaken person. Yeah, I see her being more different forsaken. She is light born forsaken, if you want to call it that. Yeah. And I see her leading that group and maybe see some forsaken becoming that light. More I, I can be on the line side probably alliance or neutral. I could see a she'll why not have a third faction, but I think it's much more likely that the life phone for Sekine, if we want to call them that, that they are going. To be a alliance allied race. And that the Pira is going to be the opposite for the horn. That's my take at the moment as to potential next allied races, because there isn't really any other hord candidate for allied rates that strike really, really out there, apparently, I've heard people say that blizzard hinted at the appearance of being strong candidates for one of the next allied races. People say that it might be that the cetera lack would come in as an opposite because they are vote dune inhabitants as well. But with the light bone for Sekine, they are out there and the story is going to go there, and we have at least two story patches. To go before another set of allied races is going to be introduced, I think they said eight point two was going to be the Zanna Larry and, and cotinine a patch when they came out together with flying and all that, that would mean that eight point three might be the earliest when we are going to get the next set. And they have a point one two three to set up the light born staff, buy in, they wanna give something probably to Titus over till the neck expansion because by point three. Yep. We will know what the neck expansion is for while because nail the atlas getting content. Like that would be great things for both sides. I think allied races, if they continue this way would gift smart move going forward. I mean, well, at some point right into the character account issue. So for all the Hollick's it's very tough. I've made LA racist. But I haven't played them yet. I will be quite honest at this point in time. I have not been enjoying World War craft I have barely played enjoyed would fall crafts, or you haven't enjoyed BFA BFA. I hear that quite a bit. I'm gain world-class over and over and over and you know, it gets tiresome I still have to factions. I still have to max out and I just don't have the drive. I like the pet balancing, but I just don't have the drive to go to the world west, the main thing, it's just going out and doing stuff and world quests group finer, thing had changed where I like the old system better. Because I got a lot more done where I can easily have people joining in now I have to type in a number, what world quest that is an annual might have someone joining might. On I prefer the old way of grouping up because to me, I got things done a lot faster so that I'm not hanging in one area for too long. You know, I could actually do stuff and the other problem is me and my friends, all have different schedules. So I haven't really been able to play with anyone. So it's pretty much very solar for me right now. I joined my rate team on Wednesdays in the hats about it. That's all. I'm implying here. You've been playing a certain game on a certain constantly just got I am a hand owned this console in been putting it off. And I'm like, I'm never gonna get it not. You know, I have fit, you know, I'll, we you and I barely play it enough us over. And then they came out with the poke Amon, switch bundle package, which comes with a pokey plus ball, which is confusing, by the way, the switch, which has peak, achieve y'all. Over it all. And the game. Let's go evey. Yes, I went for EV over Pika to only because I've dealt with pitchy, because I have Pokemon yellow ochre. Yeah. I'll be getting. Let's go Pichu probably later on. I have a little bit more money. Do the fact that I kinda need some Pokemon. That's only on that version, my best friend also got EV. So we didn't help each other out there. So there's different ways to play because I have played this story, there's only been minor little changes. I've done this all before many times on the classic that red blue yellow, and then month fire red leaf-green came out. So I've done this story over and over, so there's different you may best friend who just blitz through everything as quickly as possible. Or there's me who is tame? My time collecting a whole. Hokum on. I reluctantly just got my fourth badge which wasn't planning on doing, but I did it now. I'm technically playing hard mode. I'm only catching them on with regular pokey balls, odd. I never thought it like a different difficulty levels at Toronto. And I've done this for a good chunk of my games ever since it shows you which Poel that you use to catch it in be that I always use the regular police because to me that is a pobal. It's hard mode. I haven't played the two player mode. But I heard if even if you play the two player mode on your own that becomes easy mode. So by doing it sold is also count as hard mode. Okay. I could see the 'cause I played the two players voted with my nephew on his which I don't have a switch. I but a video out of made our EV look Arthur. Nope. On all of us, which yet while there's. I controller that you can get. So you put both the odd joysticks in there. And so when you throw the Volvo for them go at the same time. So like I said, even if you're on a two player mode, you can do solo and make easier. I have not done that now for the most part the game. Like you said, it's fun. Like I said, I'm taking my time enjoying it because once you finish it, there's not really much to do is annoying to level you're on because either have to battle people or you have to catch a lot of things. Everything I kept seeing is like, oh, don't worry about buying Cobol. You'll get tons throughout the game. I'm like, no. You don't I spent all my money on poking balls, because I'm catching all these things, and then sending them to the professor. And that's the way level other than putting them in your pokey, plus so when you're walking around and everything your Pogue on. That's in the Poel does get x. P play with them. That gives you X P's in goodies when you bring him back into the game, he helps you with pokey stops as long as you have a coconut in this fall, when you're walking playing Pokemon go, and you go past a polka. Stop the Polk Amman will spin it for you all. So you don't have to spend those soft, you just have to make sure you have enough room in your bags or it goes off, like crazy saying your bags fall, your badge wall bags fall, the pokey ball that when I go to my nephew's house, I can Dallas stuff from their switch. Oh, so you can also give your nephew the meal that in the pobal every pokey bowl has a knee. Oh, nice. So why did you transfer in there than he can transfer different milk one in there? So once that is in there. It's still in the game. Your nephew can still play with that ogm on your just leveling. Nothing getting candies staff. And then when you bring back to the game, it will get all these levels. Like there's no tomorrow, guys. So I've actually been using the pokey Paul last more to level my mind than anything because it's faster alad gain ten plus levels in one day, but yet now the catchment Cannock can be very annoying. And I just got to the part where you do have to battle cert- poke Amman before you're allowed to catch them. And there's a timer. So if you don't defeat it within that timer. It runs away. Yeah. So there there's some frustrations with it. I don't care for the catching mechanic. You know, everything else is still pretty cool. The graphics are great. I like the little flavor that they put in there with Brock and misty 'cause you do see them throughout the game. And you got the typical team rocket Jesse James in there. So they're fun. And. Meow rocket prepare to fight, but sadly meals doesn't talk in the game. You just goes me out all Renault. But that's okay. That still really good. Where was I somebody made me, Al say something strange? They the video. Memes about if you name your Pok Mon, and your character in other things in the right way, you can make the game, be not PG. Okay. Yes. I've seen that. Yes. Yes. Like into cruel is interested in your mother's that, but when you talk to the Pokemon, they do mentioned, stuff like this, where I had my pitchy wind. Depend my legs unclear why I talked in is like, yeah it wants to pack my legs. I'm like, okay, good to know. So, yeah, no, it's really fun in. Yeah. I definitely taking my time and not rushing through the game, which was Mark because what's the games over? Well after you be the lead for negate tried to catch me to a hair MU two's pain in the butt to try and catch then you have to defeat all about one hundred fifty maybe hundred and fifty two trainers, you have to battle them with the same Pok Mon that they have. So if they have a canopy, you have to have a Caterpillar and you have to beat them, and then inherently you become. A master of that Pokemon fils hiring just listening to it. That's painful. Yeah. I get my best friend says a text message just like I'm finally any master or unfairly this master, so she has been slowly slowly working on. It is like the grind being content creators. Sometimes you have to keep getting better at it grand naggus. You've been a podcast trader and you've been battling all the every episode even battery every every podcast, this is a very. But we've talked tonight about the podcast, you're involved in what is one bit of advice. You would give to a concentrator in your last episode. Your talked about going out and doing what you want to do as a podcast in my opinion. That's a big part of it. If you want to start on content, creating whether it's a podcast, whether it's YouTube, whether it's streaming, what not doesn't matter if you have a vision of what you wanted to be content wise to it go with what you want to do. Don't let anyone tell you that you can't do it. There is stuff that obviously, you have to take care of, like technical issues, like streaming if you wanna do that, like that certain chemical setup things that you have to. Take care of but with regards to the content if you're not happy with the content that you create your listeners, your viewers will certainly. No, you on capi with it. There's nothing worse than a content creator creating content that he or she isn't happy with in my opinion. That's the golden rule. I do the stuff that I liked to do that. I love to do. I'm an altar Hollick. I'm person that really likes my add-ons. I'm a mainly a horde player. Forsaken warlock. Those other things that might content revolves around all these, if I'm not doing it myself or only myself like control while the sounds bad, but basically what it is. I have to bear with what the other hosts to that part of it. That's not the main issue. The main issue is what you, do you want to do and be in a comfortable position. If you have a co hosts that you totally don't like that's something that people understand. They see it they feel it. That's something that you should avoid would cost. One radio do everything by myself, and I pull mostly from YouTube content creators that I've gotten the permission to use the content from. I pick and choose what I like bead Lor beard music, be it information of all the different kinds that are out there, I feel good with it. I like what I do. Sometimes there is a time or two of a period of time where you don't feel to good. I've had that after blessed. Con I've had a depressive phase. I'm suffering from depression again. I might as well for the out there, something that, that you just can't avoid it's something that you get over. Eventually hopefully I have these, these moments when I feel down that I sit down and start editing. A episode all of a sudden something triggers my. Enjoyment in, in doing it when I like hear a new song Vanessa this moment. Where was the field kick in like the Gina award bring us on this dollar of the sea. That's not something that I can listen to over and over again, even though I'm forsaking Warlock. When I was at this con- I sat down with civil told me at the fountain and offered the guy that she played with their they sang the song, there live in front of the fountain, it was just so cool to in that atmosphere of runs and family that be on. Est what did Mike Moore him say at bliss condo are no strangers. That just friends. You haven't met yet. That's the thing where you really feel that the blizzard community is a unique community and the same thing for me goes to what the content that I create I love the community and to express my, my love for the community that reflects what I do what I put out if you want to do something if. You want to create a podcast or do some streaming? Or do you two videos to what you love do? What comes natural to you do what you love to do at absolute echo. Kaz whether I love to do is talk with people. I mean, the show has as more because I love talking to people invoice Schatz learning about people. I have learned so much about 'em. I've learned so much about you. I mean it's it's that connection. And it's what I love to do. I love to talk exactly. I think we all loved to talk. And that's one reason why we do the pot gas cans. Kids don't like to talk, then this is not something for. But if they might like to listen and like to listen to other people, talk, and maybe that works table. If you don't feel that you have something to say to the community than be honest with yourself and don't, don't try to force something or step back for bid at look at the bigger picture. If, if you don't feel right with some idea that you have. That's another thing where I've done a couple of project before became the host of cops on radio. I've twisted and turned it upside down and inside out before it started on it. There was a couple of ideas that I had to drop didn't feel right? There are other ideas that you have or another way to approach it the so many ways all roads lead to Rome, you have to find your road. And I know one of your favorite things is at ons. Yeah. I, I knew since you were around the show. I want to ask the ca. Munity. What did you favorite that on? I got so many great responses Allie, said, well, being completion est I have a love hate relationship with the add on all the things that I agree when I found that ad on I knew my life was over has I have collected a lot of things just so I can see you cannot like anything in the zone. You've everything whenever people ask me on on, on my street. My haven't streamed in a while now, but when, when I did, and I'm definitely going to start it again. When they asked me, what that window is a tell them you really want to know because if you know your life is not gonna be the same ever again. So. So, so then I slowly introduce them to the idea of all the things for the people that can take the thought of dealing with it. It's an awesome idea. It's an awesome. Add on, but there are people that have basically heard throwing the thing out of the window and screaming, and I've tried to get my best friend to download it because she's like me. We have to a lot of things and when I told her what it was actually issues like no, I don't want nothing to do with keep it away five fire away. The realized when I moved to this computer out of things got undoubted I need a redoubt, because the one thing I love about it. Is that sound of the trans monk you can the parent Wagner? It feels so good. Yeah. Alley also says he'll bought and I've heard people talk about he'll bought and not level the healer. But when I do, I think I need to look at he'll, but I like healed I do use it. There's another healing at on that people are for voodoo. Voodoo. I like it way up because it's so much more customizable than than he bought. But again, it it's to each his own, if you want to use one short, go ahead. Basically, does the same thing I prefer Votto over here. Buck Alice was talk about tell me when and they're saying that it's a watered down version of week ours. They, they like it because it's fast set up make changes and like I have not gotten into week hours because I hear all the things that takes to with ours. If you know how to use it it's awesome. If you don't it's horrible yet, you have to set it up properly, you have to like. Dragon drop stuff, but you can do so much with it. You can do basically, anything with it because I know my rate team members have made code for a week or as I still can't get to work, but they can, if you want a cold like friends key members, there are ready threads where you can just import the week over threats and then just implemented in your week Auras and just imported, so that's not the thing. The thing is that it's rarely perfect for you. The things that you need to drag on drop the things that don't fit with your personal you. I test been modified and if there are people aren't as versed with you. I lay out it can be tough to figure out ten me. When is a viable option if you wanted. Down is, is a good way to describe it, and then from the p community Andrew McAfee brings up to really good. Add. On's X RPI in TR p three x RPI. I don't know. Kiara P three. I use myself that one, I really like I used hairpiece three back when I was on our server, and it's, it's amazing what you can do with it. I mean I didn't get far enough and all the weird, not weird. All like, really cool things like you can go really bans. But it's amazing like you walk along, and you have a tool to somebody like, oh, that's their name that they have in the thing, and their backstory. That's one thing that I really really am sad about in the game that you can have last names, for example. Yeah. You can't use pass through fees in your name, and stuff like that. They're like, little mind. You but important things for so many people that. I want to do rope. Play last names are really important and having to have an ad on especially when when we get to out last week. And if it really turns out that blizzard doesn't want to allow a multitude of add, ons, or as many add, ons, as we have in the in the normal of version of while people have gotten used to using add-ons and have played with add, ons for years and years, and lizards saying that you can't use at Hans. I've heard that people say that they won't play classic. If visit won't allow LV y for example, if I remember right from the classic panel at Wisconsin, they're saying that they might be very careful what they allow Alands to do that. They're, they're trying exactly. I did all classic way back in the day with no. Oh, add ons. I didn't start doing at odds until the end the wrath. So it'll be just like, hey, going back to basic would be. Yes. But you know with well as anyone else if you got used to something and learning stuff is way harder a learning. I know I don't know what I would do without my. Auction add on C. And I refuse to put auctions on until I have an ad on. So every expansion like started it. I'm like a. Yeah. No, I'm not gonna do anything. Battle crummy mentions. How rematch is grave or pebbles. And that's one that when I start doing petals. I realized I wanna to do them. I'm gonna use rematch. Oh, yeah. Definitely. The only issue I have with rematch is that thankfully, there is a on off button for it in the u I and I have to use that to check on the source of how to how the, the pet that I'm looking for, because you can't see that in the tool tip, or in the in the U, I window when rematch is activated. You have to unloaded to then see the standard blizzard, you is version of the of the source of the pet like achievement or drop or what not. And then David Littlejohn mentions dais FOX encounters DASS. Fox's south some media says it's a boss. I should've done pre research on this and then Dominic mentions that week hours again. So they said, it's the MVP of add-ons and then G unsexy, dragon missions, three atoms bad, boy, anti-spam. Yeah. If you don't want to be harassed by spam in capital city youth bat, boy, it's going to automate filter the spam in chat. That's an awesome awesome at on. I should like that. Because I had one that was like a global ignore less. That would rotate. So I had a set like, Yep. Duly after three days, reinstall the two because I hit somebody the pug, today that was big just being a complete jerk. And like after the pug, I never wanna talk to you ever again. And I'm like actually, to those like bad ball anti-spam. And then there's bad boy killed killed advertising, who if you don't want any guilt advertising spam in the Chad. Get that Molly. Well, I like to read their advertisements because sometimes they're quite funny. I'm just saying if you don't want it, there is a way to get rid of that, too. If you don't like duels, g is also a add on author, and they have one that they've made doer sponsor that might be actually handy because when you're waiting for certain stuff and people try to do, it's like a go away. I don't want to die. They also mentioned db m I love db. I've tried bigwigs ones. And this for me DM as fit and Devi helps me avoid a lot of bad stuff. I definitely DM and I have it for all expansions because you do have to download each of them separately, a debt, they're just nice because there's even timer. So when it role play it lets you know that Israel play and the battle won't start for a while and night. Nice thing is that were tons and tons of audio packs. So you can cut how some customize it totally does. So many packs that you, can you can even create your own pack. If you want to put it out there who I should do that. Whether the convert to raid, people actually has his voice as the countdown that culturing. Yeah. Yep. Oh, nice. I think that was the first one of the first voice packs day released. And then I had one on DM it was like victory. Sounds like I had where during the battles like final fantasy music and Ed Dada. Tanta cited the five four and then I had the legend of Zelda, and then also tried like the fancy Dun, Dun. Dun, Dun, Dun. Yeah. A lot of things you can do with. And then Cataluna are says that they that's hard to say that there's no real need fat on, I mean, a lot of stuff nowadays is in the default, you, I add on if you want to add things on, but they do mention all the Hollick and I say that. That's a great add on. It's nice to know at a glance Whitall stuff. Yeah. For me. It's like I'm always looking for who has what the. I do they have this pattern recipe that I'm looking for. I have your house and the good thing it is that you can even search cross faction across realm. Yes, across account, even yes, if you really need to know if, if you have stuff doesn't matter where you can basically search across the entire while family of characters regardless of on faction or on whatever they are or what count. That's nice. Yup. I still have my e you account. But that's that's a a barrier. You can't break because that's totally. That's a different battle net. Okay. So it's on your main. Don't know European Baronet and you an US battling that are separate entities. I forgot about that. Okay. Yes. So all to how like on your regions civic accounts works, fine. But you just can't go across region. Okay. Exactly. And then Niara and pirate. Putz, both mentioned LV y and I have tried view. I couple times and I intended to stay this last time that the deal you I called me home again. It's okay. If you if you like your default, you gotta okay I try to stay as much default as possible. It was more. I couldn't find this that I wanted to do, like the just like the week ours earlier to customizable that. I just I got lost all the details, but their stuff I can't say because of using before you I l view, why amazing job and then I need to look at Atta bags 'cause I'm running into bag issues. So I think I need to look at a bag mod. I'm sad. That one my favorite add-ons is not. Not quite working. Right. I don't think it wasn't update. It's soul speak, which is mainly for Warlock. So when you were casting a porno to some people Mike character would yell out help in rate chat page at any of the chat to let people know that I'm trying to summon, it would have a funny little saying or rhyme about me, summoning, or that, you know, if you go through here are the last person went through here came through with their horse in them, and they became half horse half human. So it will jokes like that in it was really funny. But it has not been working, right? Since the expansion out hasn't been updated since seven three. So that's, that's why. Yeah. So it's made me sad is one of like favorite fund add ons from that on. You said you liked to do pet battles. And run around with pets spoon. Have you tried chinchilla pet IMO now? That's like an an ad on that once in a while at every so often has a chat, message your pet tells you something like your Kogi would like to visit the thousand needles or something like that. And might be downloading this later. Yeah, that's cool. Yeah. Now I like stuff like that gives it the game a bit more flavor. Little bit fun, something unique like I like Saul speak because. Yeah, it did grab my rate teams attention when I needed to summit now, when I'm trying to summon known else me, but that could be the reason I'm usually summoning the guild leader and he gets really annoyed over and over and over what you need to be doing is you need to be like Ryan have cross gambling is an ad on. That. Requires us to roll the amount of gold. They wish to bet in the winning in losses. Okay. Data from the differences between the highest the lowest number. So if you were a gambler people would be all over. That sounds a lot of fun, too. Are you like a real real faction nerd, if so, there is an add on called for the faction or the does, is whenever you getting whenever you get an achievement or stuff like that. You're tuned automatically cheers for your for for the horde for the alliance. Cool when you gain blood Laso hero is a matai up when you gain an honorable kill when you get an achievement. So those are like the instances where you tune does the for the horde for the forsaken by the lines for the heart. I got that. It's called for the faction. So let's stay with that. And then to leap and vagabond plays both mentioned market and mog. It's one that, that I like because it's nice to see what transmogrify out there and being able to, to see, like what do I have? Or like I have that is it another model? Yeah, I use my get there's another one that I bought it. Yeah. Can I good is one instance, with a C like C E N something wardrobe? Oh, Katryn wardrobe. That one I use that one as well with it there, they go hand in hand in my opinion. Vagabond also mentions immersion in emergency one. It's made by ellipse, who also makes told Arpey three versions of fun one. Because when you're doing quest text doesn't just go through it takes time, but you see the model talking to other, and I enjoy that one. And then white polar bear mount which is what am I favor ones? NBC scan that's one I had to turn off the sound that happens because I would just be somewhere. It'd be like poor of over it giving out, every sub where like it was like shake me out of my chair like that. So but if we see scan has been great. I was going through warlords, one time all of a sudden it comes up says, hey, the echoes of murmur is up. So I got that toy that very rare Spahn. I actually have backdated my MP scan because at dig it kind of broken on the old world's paths because there is paths. So I actually backdated to point where it still works with the new stuff, but I still have my old paths that I use are you stopped using PC's skin and use a server dragon? Now. I remember seller jagged, I thought it was the crater left it arguing. No. But I know that it's working, so an updated to eight point zero point one, so it's not sure if if it got passed onto another creator try that because. Yeah, that's a look at the stuff. And there's some really, really stuff with with the silver dragon dragon for me the vinaigrette and the small icons on the map and on the mini map are a game changer for me. If you for example, if you look for the camel figuring in all doom fat, add, on civil dragon has a mini skull of forage, spawn point on the map so you can fly from, from Markelle Tamara and check if there is a little figuring there. I haven't come across the thing yet. I actually use a discord server well secret finding where they do basically ripped a lot of people do the rare huntings for other people. So I got my camel through that because I've clicked on so many camels and got nothing but dust, and ever since the next expansion. So after cataclysm. I never saw this Campbell's yet. So I don't know these people do it. They're amazing. And what they can do for the camel at one percent. Each server has a chance of getting that Campbell. What they do is ado to group. They kill the guy and then you'll get it in the mail. So that's how I got it. It took a long while, because you have to wait until they mentioned it in chat, and it's first come first serve the happy really quick being that, right? Spot in hope that while you're waiting there. They're gonna pop up and saying, hey, I'm in this location. Here on by each group. My got my wife friend, the lost time project that one has a little bit different rules where the Houston allow you to use the red Ryder, BB gun to hit the last time perjury. Now, they're telling you, you have to be on a healer and he'll the person who's gonna fight the last time Drake. Anyone who's in that group will get them out? Got a gut my mount from from my co host constructs on, on, on call thi basically yellowed I think it was in one of the episodes of call while we were recording. Anyway. So, so we just swarmed over there, and he then killed it, we retact it or something like that. And then we all except one because he was apparently too far away. Own. Yeah. Here he had a you only had a slow flying mountain. We didn't take that into account Saturday. He goes down quick. Yeah. I lucked out the day before cross rounds was introduced, I just happened to be doing a Jill craft daily, and it made me fly over there. And then boom, there was had a heart attack that maybe I was the other dragon, then I thought it was dead, then I realized Ono he's alive. Oh my God. I have to him where is he? And I got him. And I remember phoning wife at five o'clock in the morning. Ceo, my God. I got lost. I product I got the last military, you wasn't too impressed with that morning wake call. One. He was a little bitter because I got it and he didn't second. It was five o'clock in the morning. But yeah, no that, that's a really good discord, they do all the rare mounts on like I said, you have to be technically camping with a meaning you're too needs to be in that location because it is I come serve. I know with the deep home one, they can't do invite five people, and whoever can get on that mouth. I is the one who gets it. You do have to be quick. You have to be on N pray that everything is right? Like that. You have warmer owed honor off because that plays a part in. One more add on that would like to mention is factionized Muffin faction is, as it's called. Now, if you want more, customizable, or if you want a more, customizable faction, you, I like the rep UI you, can, you can use that my main issue for, for forgetting is it is. If you use the add on, it will automatically switch your rep are to the latest rap gain and it will just play in the chat. It would not only display the amount of rep you cut. But also, it will display how much is left towards next level. And it will display say you got five hundred rep in parentheses, it will say, say a thousand left and then it will say a friendly towards honored. So you have all the information in the chat window for every kill for every rep gain at you have. You always know how much is left in, in that stage for what faction and at what state you are. I really liked that. I have to check that one out and you can buy buy tack tacking box in the U I window, you can set it to progress mode. Meaning it will not list. They the rep factions in order of expansion, but it will list them to reflect exalted of paragon, I than exalted than revered than honored and so forth. So you can see all the honored all the revered or the or the exalted, and it will give you a parentheses number of how many reps are in in any given section. That is very coolness perfect, because especially with the rep achievement that is going to be a point one. I mean, I'm gonna download this. Yeah. And, but it will too as well as you click on the bar of any given faction, it will open a window where you can see a little summary of the story backstory of the faction, and it will give you a overview over what type of special quests you might want to do to again rep with that faction. So say you have a dungeon factions. I Multan core it will tell you that you get whatever amount of. Rep for whatever type of mob, like Norma mob, boss mop, stuff like that it's really detailed if there are daily sue can do a repeatable turn-ins like outdoor and Scribner's. It will tell you how much rep you get per ternan per quest progress, type. So it's, it's really, really detailed. And for people that drive rep. It's really really awesome. Matt on nice. I I'm definitely going to do because there's a lot of reps that I was looking at my rep Chester's like I need to get all of these two exalted nice and speaking of exhausted, or coming up on the next month of December, and the beginning of the Cimber is a an event. So let's look into kill rock site. Let's see what the rendre Smith. Sterry skill set for tell so their comedy Wednesday now zero. Thank you for joining us on killer, excite the coming events for December in World War craft darkman fair starts, December second to the eight, so don't forget to get your rep. But from the ferris wheel as Pathfinder is coming very soon. There is no migra holiday this month, unless you count the New Year's firework the weekly bonus for December is time walking dungeon. Let Kim December fourth tenth battleground bonus December eleventh, seventeenth battled for Azra dungeon event, December eighteen to twenty fifth in battle bonus December twenty fifth thirty first day is gonna be on the pet battled on us on December twenty fifth. So if you don't have any Christmas plans, or you are stuck in a room full of people on your board in, you can pet battle. This will be a great day. But, you know, don't ignore your family? It is. Day. This is why I mentioned these days. And it's the second time in a row, I guess it is on November. Twenty fifth was also squirt day, just was it super sport day, main holidays, this month is feast of winter bail that starts on December sixteenth to January second on December twenty fifth. You get to open your gifts underneath the winter Veltri, please be kind. Don't be on giant mounts and beyond hop of that people wanna open their gifts every year. There is a new gift Richie. I don't know what it is yet at has not been gotta mind. There's also tons of teams like we mentioned earlier about the PCP being and Nome and also there is to fight. Greenie the Grinch. He's holding medicines hostage, and he has tonnes of little toy. Loyd's all the toys that from past expansions are in this storm present plus companion pants tons of things. There's also a lumber call. Some people might forget, there is the unique snow globe pet that you can catch that's going to be out in, I'm for, or there's gonna be a giant snowblower in there is a yeti. Don't worry about getting the best quality because you could bothered by stone to make him better. You just catch whatever one, you can get you cannot these on the auction house. So don't try and find them singing. Hey, great moneymaker and also be kinda let people there is some macro that you can use where I had it targeted, and when you have something targeted it automatically makes the action happen. So you can start the pet bowel right away, because he is all he is hard to find and like is kind of combinations. It's only up for so many days, there's lots of outfits. You can still decorate your garrison if you haven't done that there is a, the grump is mount that you can get from doing the garrison dailies tons of things to do our wonder bills, probably their biggest event in Weil because. Yeah, some thinking all the things that there are. It's an it's incredible. They do add something new every year sometimes as jazz in the present. But sometimes it's something more like when they brought in the BB gun and you have to shoot every single opposite faction leader. So that is a great one. When you wanna go get a rate team going and go kill all the raid leaders for the chief -ment and you get a block bear for that. So maybe get a whole bunch of people that won the BB gun. A treatment is not part of long stretch tip of the meta. Now it's a little bonus does give you some. Points. But excuse to kill on us. Vannice I have. But that's is point. You know, there's red and green hats that you can get they've added in the finely tailored hat a believe last year our last expansion. Now, if you want the outfits now you thinking that will the horn only gets the green the aligned, only gets the red great thing about this is if you don't mind trying to dial out, you can hop over to the hordes side and talk to the goblins goblins are neutral faction, so they don't care who you are, as long as you can get to them, by the thing before someone kills you saw on my Taylor, I can make anyone the green close as well. The red you have a chance of getting the pattern. But if you want a guarantee he can go in farm. That's pretty much it for the events that are coming up right now a slow month, but I know everyone's gonna be busy. Trying to get ready for crap minutes. I mean Christmas, which avail when everyone call it so be saved. Have fun and give everyone a hug and use the begun to kill honest. I mean I mean kill kill the actually. I don't hide it here my wanting to kill. So I came to the conclusion, I'm giving a thirty second thing for the question. If you can't answer the thirty seconds, then you, you, you lose point. No nothing Granitz ura. And next year layer is located in which is on them all. At is cracked, which is not a World War craft type of or in Syria. Mm-hmm. Khartum therm obtaining him that one yet who was the opposite, the jailer of ill storm rate might have yet your good. How many rings can a character quipped rings to yet? California's rats frost, whisper lady death, whisper are all type of what type of undead creature, correct. Which rate boss is not found in multi core. Gar magma tar, the burn inter of psoriasis. Real stress. The third one yet the burn injury. That is correct. You got all them. Kerr rats. Now it's probably turn. Okay. I won't be as good as Greg. Metro hill hill Hiber can be found on what western shore of which own over on Easter games in the wetlands that is correct as of miss of penned area. How many races are available as player characters in mop mop that would be. Fifteen that is wrong. It the answer was thirteen. Oh, I was off by what is the name of Graham health, green saw son Garrett? That's correct. What mount can be attained by defeating the headless horseman the, the range of the horsemen. They had the SARS van mount that yet. Mang mar beauty and the beast are all type of what creature wargin wrong. Koran. The avatar of her Ocoee, Schimmel the profit in the shade of eckerd's. I cannot say named can be found in which dungeon. Odour know that it was saying, contempt. I'm sorry. And so grand naggus got perfect, you got fifty fifty. Do you have a card for me? Yes. What is the capital city of the night, elves of the alliance? The dinas correct. Rams are the rate amount of which race wars. Correct. What objects have incredible power? Did throw us to the feet death wing at the maelstrom? Dragon soul correct, which trinket allows players to seven three stewards from house baron to fight cook and clean for them. I have no clue that is the broth servant collar, or barren peasant color on that. I'm a witch Shah is a world boss in his found in kunai summit anger. Correct in which is not an arena team. Figuration to be two three three four four or five five five five five. For before. Okay, so total score is grand naggus with a perfect score of six. Me with a score of four in Fresno with a score of three. So our guest of honor has one. Knowing how much, you know, about while Greg is, I think that makes sense that you would clobber and trivia to be fair that war. Couple of your guy's questions that I could have answered. So it was pretty bad. Luck of the draw, and I got all the ones but yeah. Doesn't help that I have a difficulty pronouncing names in World War craft. They're not easy. I don't care what anyone's as they're not easy. I was reading something of that, the inset of while it was supposed to be easy to pronounce. But then yeah. Never epat. No, it is not even just that. It's like the sunken temple bosses. I'm like, I know them. But I don't know their names. Yeah. On the way. So that one, I'm like, okay, I messed up their names. There's no way you can get this. I am sorry, but the good thing is. I don't think I should hopefully get your news is wrong. Thank you, both Gregor's and lady for joining us, where can we find you on the interwebs you can find me? My personal Twitter is Negga one, you can find me on the podcast. I would talk about cops one radio which has a Twitter at cops. Fun Radio Facebook page as well. Facebook dot com slash cops on radio. You can also find me at control aunt while we record usually every Monday on twitch dot TV stash control on twelve podcast. Couldn't follow me when I when I stream with a pulse on radio to TV says cops on radio and the lady, I'm working, we find you can most likely find me on Twitter at lady underscore ama-, or you can be my. Go friend, switch friend d as friend Belen at friend all that just find me on Twitter and message me in, I will most likely give you my code for you on a my space. I might have a my space, and it might be something lady Emma, just putting up. I think with that all head back to iron forge anti my luck cookies talk, clearly won't over you. I'm back in my home of iron forge until we one day. Reclaim number gone. You know, one thing that was thinking about the dead don't get experience one of the joys of being alive. That is the food prepare for your wealth at buff with food. If you're a snacks, Roth addition, it's time together your sword and board. Let's enter the kitchen with food. One. Hey, everybody, welcome to food in fury snacks, Roth addition presents, where would you live? You war for snack each week with enough buffs to help you there battle for as Roth whether you made roasted, boar meat or you conjured a major table, we welcome you to the feast. This is next Roth addition episode. Fifteen Michael height joining me today. Venom village in he's two foot three in game but he's larger than life in the real world Fraz liangelo Hulo fan. Good to have you back. It be back. Let's get rolling. We have an amazing treat for you today. But before we get into our snack, we have uncovered a fragment of the past X, we got our hands on some old show notes for convert to snacks. Let's open the jar here. Right. The paper up, okay? Let's just read. Okay. It says Q epic rock music from mid two thousand fifteen. I guess who are we to argue with that, right? Commend head begging right here. Okay. What do you think? That sounds great. All right. Okay. Welcome home smackers. We'll get into this is converted snack bonus episode one twenty from the fridge and a convert this next command post, a Long Island, New York today, the member twenty eight to thirteen in the heart or something. He's -i and birthday. It's now nine eighteen eastern time. Thank you for joining us ball around burning kitchen. Hopefully he doesn't the one day said fire to a certain tree. How would we know don't episode? Hello. My name is Michael. Hi. And I'm the host of this little bio snack break, and the eaters are here. Let's get to them. I will dot the I in the middle of the midwest. We'll go to Columbus, Ohio wrassling. Hello per per. Okay tonight. Well, we've talked about them the list as cheesy mutt Torello sticks. Keep saying her in the script it says do this long covered up. To get to the part where we say happy birthday to coach rain into show. We care and Missy buddy to note that says episode one twenty yada, yada, yada. Okay. Here it is apparently supposed to read the jokes. We're supposed to bring the cheese, something about Confucius everyone. Let's start. Let's see read the I joke in a lower voice there. All right. All right. Let's do. All right. Here I go to read the jokes. What do you call a no without a yard boy, Novalis? That is, she's repented right out of here. Noblest because it's got no yards. No, I get it. I get it. Brew master a priest a drew a major in a warrior walk into a bar. Hopefully, why am I on this show the parts that are looks up and says, what is this a party? Oh oh, jetty, could it's a it's a party because they've got five no. Okay. All right. When the delory wants you to scratch their back closer down. Who do they pray to a little Loa? I'm done. Loa like a like a troll gut, but it's lower down. No. Okay. Why they get into five casting? All this is a good one here. Let's go low school. I once told someone that I hate leveling fifty eight to eighty she told me that's outlandish. Outland expansion needs to stay in the past. Okay. What less on your Eddie? What do you call Resto Drouin doing? Dp S. Oh, it's a combat. Log, you get it because it's a log like like a log like a tree. I love my heirs. Not listening. Scott know before we got out of here. Well, very happy belated, birthday culture in and don't sue us pet because we love you odd. What's that doing this show knows? Well Fraz all this reminiscent has made me hungry. It's just been so cheesy. Well, there's nothing better than a one hand of the cheese snacks to go with your wealth session. Then the grad poobah snacks, the must relative. But this is the chancery improve the quality of this episode. And if what a cease and desist letter, singles media, and the CTR command post, that Sacramento, California, which is apparently, no longer, a Barbie dream house. No longer tonight. What do we need? Mike. All right. France for this recipe. Shred of Thrilla greater parmesan, an egg fresh parsley, some crushed red pepper salt pepper about fourteen slices of your favorite white sandwich bread. Get that crushed removed to go back to the old yesteryear, canola oil and whatever tomato sauce you'd like to have in the side for dipping. How do we make it? All right. I in a medium bowl, you're gonna miss both cheeses with the egg parsley crush red pepper and a half. Teaspoon of salt and pepper. Then you throw that in a refrigerator and stare in the wall for fifteen minutes while you're saying, well, you can think of making jokes ones, we told you and wipe them from your memory, hopefully yourself how much. All right. Step to video rolling pin, or a wind bottle or your neighbor, and you're gonna flattened down east side of the Brent. Arrange the long side facing you, then you go spoon. One heaping tablespoon of the filling on the lower half. Eat Fleiss brush, the edges the little water, then, you get a roll up the bread around the filling, then you're gonna press the seems down at open, the ends of seal the rolls when you're done. It should look like a little mini burrito that you would get a Chipotle in a large deep skill. You're in heat your oil, and should have a little bit shimmer talent. You could check the to the right temperature if you ever. So smallest drop of water from your kitchen sink, and flippable drop of water into the oil, if it starts popping, you're probably the right temperature then you're gonna fry the roles in batches you're gonna turn them occasionally until they're Chris, the whole thing. She take about two minutes per batch. Then you're gonna transfer your else sticks onto a plate where you have a paper towel on you take a little sprinkle salt, and then you take your mariner sauce. Get ready and put it on the side. If you wanna go heroic, this is what you're gonna do. If you're still a package of. Pepperoni your sliced into real thin strips. Then when you're wrapping up your little roles you're gonna make sure you drop in a few pieces of that pepperoni right in there. Then when it comes at you're gonna have cheese pepperoni, stinks, if you wanna go mitt, his some of you wanna go myth. This is what you can do on the stove Gerber small pan. And you're gonna warm up your marinara sauce, then just before serving, which you're gonna put that a little Ramic, or a small bowl that you're taking the fresh parmesan cheese or the good old green Kent stuff redubbed at a tablespoon of that wonderful cheese into the marinara sauce. Give that a good little mix. Then every time you dip that cheesy stick into that marinara sauce. You're going to we gooey cheese with that, right, delicious. Parmesan cheese all wrapped up with those tomatoes and you're gonna say, major power or funky monk. I don't know the maze power. All right, my friend of the grandma's. So I think that's going to food for all with a little prep time before you, log on, you can join this. Delicious, crunchy salty snack of the what head of the fraud, keys world. They'll make you wanna skip those fortune cookies, one major powered portal at us. If you get a chance to food and cooking podcast food and fury this week in food, and fury, between the real deal Holyfield of potato pancakes, otherwise, known as Luckas with those who have street cred, no deal with boss, while require, you can find this show social media, and this recipe with many more food and fury dot com. If you get a chance, give us a shout night, you even if your blood runs blue. And of course, a big thanks for the what the has four three credit friendly, with, of course, a big happy birthday to our buddy culturing for the horde or the alliance at for the food. And for me for frazzled for Mike. We'll see next time but by and then he had, hey Coltrane take it easy on the fire water. I'll opinion Saracho per people's face it, or this is going to be an interesting one. Oh boy. Oh, boy homemade much rela sticks. I cannot think of cheesy pun right now but you know what? I can think of I think it's time for something. What time is it? Let's look at what has been happening in the community. Awesome. Let's do that. I found a video from the blizzards Facebook group. That's shows what goes into stop motion animation this day. Stop motion of reaper was very cool. I love seeing what goes into some of the things that we might watching a minute. I mean like even editing. It takes away longer to record at it. And we're going to have to sewed and then you can enjoy about, like an hour, or an hour and twenty depending on how talkative we are the pursued, but always amazing, the see what truly goes into making a work of art. Then the beginning of last month Elian. I interviewed John stats on episode seventy nine. Well, I am excited to announce that the wow diary, Priore doors are now open on Amazon. Definitely. Check out this book, John is amazing. And I love seeing the behind the scenes on game development. A lot of this has helped me be a little a little less negative toward game development. If you know what I mean, I try to be objective, but I understand a little bit more. That is not as easy as we might think it is. And then Emel champion has compiled all of the warcraft literature, and they have arranged chronologically by expansion. This is really cool and linked to where you can read it or buy it. And wow. There's a lot of stuff that I gotta get caught up on then while head has shown off a thought about skin on Twitter. So the while head classic site, which can actually be accessed at thought about dot com. So really cool will there we adding a thought skin? They've adding thought comments now downing a skin. And the I thought I mean I love. This feels like we're back into five and six that's awesome. And then a redder has recreated the city and it realistic graphic engine. They over the such that they did to import all of the models and textures from sir mar and recreate it and a three d engine some of this stuff goes over my head and a lot of stuff does. It's really cool to see what goes into visual design. Wow. That has been another packed up fast. I added a third twitchy moat, thanks to pirate boots. It is an XT or laughing, and I found out a cool thing this week. If you have the twitch app stone, I o s you can use your twitchy, Motz s stickers. I message I'm sorry, not sorry. All my friends who will start seeing my stickers, pop up and message. And you know what? I cannot believe it. We are now up to number one, fifty five for video games in Ecuador on apple podcasts this up from number one fifty seven. If you expec- I know it's kind of a weird flex, but okay, I just I can't believe we went up in the charts according to pot charts. Thank you to everyone who listens. It is really motivating to know that people are listening to this show, and it's not just me speaking into their like it's very motivating when I got a five star review from coffee good on apple podcasts. They say the only gnome with Hort street cred Frasca. I wonder who that is the review says each week Jonathan doesn't outstanding week of pulling together people in real life that play waterwork craft everything he does comes from the heart when he says that he truly wants to have his listeners on the episode. He means it, each episode of the thoughtful discussion on warcraft topics within its circles of influence keeping the discussions, relevant provoking and just plain fun. In addition, the show, post together, blizzard psychic related news on a clear and concise approach the show recently started adding additional segments, like snacks, Roth where he adds while related material from the community. We can't wait to see what other guests up on this show. Keep up the great work frazzled, and I wanna give a shout alley for becoming an interim Colo's on all things as Roth as well as they were also on water war, crafts, recently. I'll have Lincoln. The episode that Iran with star Mike, Elliot's an awesome podcast or in person. I'm so glad to be able to call a friend and I want to get podcast technical for a quick second. Only shout out to squad cast FM. I use them to get audio from each guest and myself separate tracks I started doing this back in October, I wanted to increase the quality and have a little extra control what I need to modify guest audio so. When we started the recorded with grandma, I forgot the press record, I start recording students, I realized it, but squad cast was able to get the audio. I was missing. They began a cloud backup of the audio right? As we join the session, I've unloving swat cast and except for the fact that they're Google Chrome for now. They've been a lifesaver for me with recording Fresno cast I wanted to share this with you to show that all podcasters make mistakes. There's a lot of stuff that goes into making this episode sweet piece together back of audio, so you won't hopefully. Hear it or notice it in the audio, but yeah, the audio piece together different ways. But squad cast had my back instead of grape surgery. I perform surgery audio cue memes, there's episode. That I love, I love beams and putting them in. Well, I'm Ashley if you can find the show, rather dot com until next week. Be awesome. Nothing. I can put here not available in all categories. Here to answer your World War craft questions than this addition of aspects. This question is about artifacts, dear Buckley, what can you tell me about that great one of kind artifacts I had to do battle against the legion. Well, I'm glad you brought this up when you had that weapon, did you remember going onto battle companion of the same class, specializations you and then realize they had are really familiar looking weapon you ask. But Buckley, I received my weapon from a very famous person how could someone else have a same weapon as I did. And I have no doubt as you said, this people looked around, because Buckley wasn't anywhere near you. But I'll tell you how can be anyway those great weapons, those great, one of a kind weapons were duplicates of the real thing. I mean, do you think thrall would give some random person has weapon doom Hamer? No way. All the leaders of as Ross got together and figured out the best way to get everyone to take up weapons against the legion was to give everybody a weapon that will give them the confidence to go running into battle. So where we're all these weapons made while at the artifact re, of course, it cranked out, thousands of the same type of each weapon, and they were just handed out the only. Problem was to get power into initially they had all battery operated. So the constantly needed more artifacts power. So what to do with all these weapons that were out there? Well, when the catastrophic damage of the sword, hit as Roth writing a syllabus, the leaders got everyone to discharge your weapons to get rid of them. And most people were none the wiser, thanks for your question. If you like to know what I've been up to every day, follow aspects on Twitter, if you like to segment. Please take the time in rated on itunes, Mattie friend. Look to the Fraz report short news report by me, the awesome about the waterwork raft. So there is an article by Kotoka called the past president future of Diablo. There are lots of claims that came up in this one talking about experiences from former employees further into the article, there's a rumor about a war craft go mobile app development. I'm not one to want to settle on just one new agencies reporting. I want to try to get to the bottom of this. So I want to verify with my source Steve validity to the claims. So I am meeting. One of them had a bookstore and storms valley bucks are for those who've made up be aware is a chain of coffee shops popping up all across as Roth this chain started over in high mountain, by the high mountain entire druids and has spread rapidly. There are ton of them right now. I've heard reports of one and the grandmas are Zola's are, and then a standalone one right outside of his are kind of bizarre. So my sore should be here soon. I coordinated with them where we would meet, but it's been about fifteen minutes, actually, it was quite difficult to get here. Take a flight master here and then right? A bit of a waste here through quite if you've packs of mobs. You know, I think no flying into eight point actually I could spiracy by the repair industry. Take money on how much we die from odds falling off, cliffs, etc. Or is this one time that I jumped on a waterfall thinking that it was going to take me to the water? There's a cave behind it, and I died died off cliffs on my experience. The flight masters was horrible today. So they put in place extra security. Greetings for the increased travel for families that were coming back from pilgrims bounty and one city guard. Tell me I was flying with too much. I have a MAC book to record my ipad to take notes and audio interface cables, my phone charters free and two microphones for this interview. Come on. Who are you to tell me how to fly and how much to pack? You know, I think the whole flight master security thing is overstepping bounce by the local city guards. There's also rumors that security is gonna be on high alert for the watch of the darkman fair roller coaster due to the fact that silence bidding threats, there will be a crowd there when that lunches to make sure to a lot extra time. They've announced to use the same security company that was that bliss con- this year. So. Yeah, don't bring cameras or bags and allow a lot of extra time. Where's source they feed you right now? In fact, I thought they have been here before me. They got lost getting here. Oh, what's this guy handed a Nope, Philly there in the one right across the street? But now they have to leave for meeting now Melissa. This report until next time. Be awesome. Now, I gotta take all my stuff back through the flight masters and then get bream by them again, replying back to iron forward with all this stuff that we never had this. 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"A Remarkable Discovery" from Libby & Dish

Sparkle Stories Podcast

19:40 min | 1 year ago

"A Remarkable Discovery" from Libby & Dish

"Hello this is david of sparkle stories and welcome to the podcast. We are back from summer vacation and multi. What a wonderfully busy summer. It has been aside aside from all the fun we had in california and all around texas we also managed to launch a few story series one was from windward ho another from martin and sylvia another from how to be super and one from libyan dish now we are realizing that people will be wanting to know more about each of the characters in these series so this month in the podcast. We are featuring one character a week or group of characters week and this week the character is libby of libyan dish. Now many of you already know her but she is a five year old girl who lives in the big city and and her best friend is a cat named dish libby is generally pretty quiet and shy but lately she has has been getting more and more brave like in this week's story the story is called a remarkable discovery and it is about how libyan dish figure out the perfect gift for their new neighbor one paco so welcome back everyone and enjoy in a remarkable discovery from libby and dish <unk> our best friends the to spend slow hours building pillow for its in her bedroom cozy corner organizing the krantz. It's on the art table and watching the busy dog walkers from the comfort of their ninth floor apartment window. Libby is a five year old girl with curly chestnut hair and big imagination dish is her silver grey cat and like many cats. It's he loves snacks and soft spots in the sun but what makes dish special. He's his keen mind for plans. Libby woke up the following morning feeling at once groggy nervous and excited. She was feeling groggy because she had managed to wake up very early previous morning to do some detective work with dish and to figure figure out if the new family had a chinchilla as a pet even though she had gone to bed a little early that night she still l. felt like she needed a little more sleep this morning now. She felt nervous because she knew that she and her mother were going to do a a very big thing. They were going to visit the cortez family and bring them a gift. This was concerning in many different ways ways. I she didn't like going to new places and hearing the new sounds and smelling the new smells second. They needed to figure out what housewarming gift to give them and third. She didn't really know the cortez family. They seemed nice especially when paco but she had only just met them and they were going over to their apartment already but she he also felt excited because she would discover something that had been a mystery for both her and dish what kind of pet live with juan pablo and his family there had been clues that pointed to her favourite animal a chinchilla but mr cortes said that the pet that was actually something called a bio which was possibly a kind of short eared rabbit but mr cortez did not know the word english so the mystery was still alive in visiting their apartment meant that libby would have a chance to see the pet herself so it was a big day a very big day and she knew she needed to be prepared preparation. She learned from dish was key for big days. The two of them had developed her adventure checklist list where she donned the cloak of safekeeping and the mask of on and off in visibility as well as collected snacks and water just just in case there is also being properly dressed for the occasion out door clothes that were appropriate for the weather dressy clothes close for times when she accompanied her mother at business meetings and comfortable clothes for well always and probably most important was that she needed to make sure that she had eaten a good breakfast and lunch and of course dinner this made the biggest difference france when there was a big event like meeting new people or going to an unfamiliar location the meals needed to be hardy stick to the ribs foods like stew or oatmeal with nuts or tomato and cheese paninis is with the crusts cut off of course but special treats also helped like buttered biscuits or strawberry smoothies or most most recently guava past toledo's so that morning along with her breakfast sausage and sliced apples her mother gave her to to guava pasta litas the gift from the cortes family that they had delivered the previous day they were delicious. Truly delicious not too sweet like the candy's her grandparents sometimes gave her but also not too strange like the whatever it was that the circle of family gave them for christmas last year. It was some kind of milk soup with bread in it. She didn't even even want to try that. The pest alitas melted in her mouth and she was able to taste the sweet tart flavor of the guava all morning long it gave her confidence and it helped her focus on the biggest task at hand choosing a housewarming swarming gift to give them we can pick up some things from fresh market today suggested her mother like a bag of really really high quality coffee or maybe chocolates jams special things like that libby certainly liked the idea of special things like chocolates jams but she certainly did not like the idea of going to fresh market they had already gone onto fresh market a few days ago when her mother had taken libyan a morning of errands no she did not want to repeat that but it also it didn't seem like the right kind of gift at least not for one parco. I'm sure he might like the taste of chocolate and jam but was really what he wanted. She decided to discuss the matter with dish to get his opinion. Well tell me what you know about him asked dish with his get right to business face. <hes> will you know about the cabrillo you or maybe chinchilla. She said correct said dish chinchilla is still on the table due to a possible translation asian error so what else he's nice. He likes guava pasta. Litas boo doesn't and said dish under his breath libby had saved half of her remaining past alito and given it to dish who had savored every every nibble and he makes contraptions. She added with a nod yeah. You said that before said dish who who then leaned back slightly. Let's talk more about that. I have a feeling that the contraptions are going to be important and <hes> he makes them out of paper things roles and i think i saw a plastic bottle maybe and then wires and strings oh spools. Now spools are fun. I'll be the first to admit that said dish with a cat shrug ugh but what i am hearing is in a word recycling recycling libby asked last not quite understanding recycling repeated dish everything you just said except maybe the spools can be found in the recycling bin. I'm thinking you could see what is in our recycling and give them the best stuff you know for his contraptions libya's quiet as she imagined the recycling she had seen gene newspapers and plastic containers and glass bottles in the blue recycling bin under the kitchen counter then she started to imagine more are magical things like folded paper animals and little plastic robots and glass rings and bracelets. Those sorts of things would make a wonderful gift okay. She said as she stood up. I'll check libya's plan did not make much sense to her mother. Her mother tried to convince her that unloading. Your recycling was not really really a housewarming gift but libby was determined in libya mother knew that when libby was determined there was little that could be done so they struck a deal. If libby went with her mother to fresh place market to get a few nice treats and and then they returned right back home then libby could bring a bag with a few clean recycling items inside that she could then give to one paco and libby also agreed that libya's muammar would do the explaining this was fine with libby in fact other than the going to fresh place market part. It was perfect. Libby just wanted to give one pakalitha gift. She didn't want to explain anything and she hoped that one palko within show her his pet his pet that was still possibly acidly a chinchilla and then the mystery would be solved and that was almost howard went they did go to fresh place market and they did get treats including coffee and chocolate and gem. There was also a box of tea and a bag of bath salts. Her mother was sure that they would like the bath. Salts even though libya insisted that they would not libby collected five items from the recycling that she thought one pocket with like a paper towel tube and aluminum luminary foil container that had the metal teeth along one edge a washed and dried glass salad dressing bottle and the best first thing some white packing peanuts that shriveled up when you dribbled water on them. She wasn't sure how he could use the packing peanuts but watching them shrivel up was a delight surely he would enjoy that and then after lunch libby tied on her are cloak of safekeeping but she chose to keep the mask in her bag. There was no sense in being invisible they were giving gifts left's libya's mother collected her gift bag of treats and libya took hold of her bag of contraption materials and nodding nodding to dish. They headed out the door. Now liberty did not go through the adventure checklist with dish because they had already done that for the trip to fresh place market and besides she wasn't leaving the apartment building only going to another floor. It was a kind of adventure but not not one that required the full checklist. No the cloak of safekeeping would be enough when they went into the hallway way however she wished she had brought her mask of on and off in visibility because the hallway outside the elevator suddenly got very active active when her mother had pushed the button and the two of them had stood by the doors hallway had been empty but when the elevator later arrived the door to nine three suddenly opened and lawrence one of chad the dog's owners came dashing out out toward them hey their mind holding the elevator libby was fine with lawrence. She didn't not like him. It's just that he it could be too much. Sometimes whenever he spoke he spoke like he was in front of an audience or something he got big and he swept his arms this way and that he also didn't understand that she did not like to talk. He always asked her questions like so libby. What is on the agenda today and then he would laugh. She never answered and he always followed up with. That's okay. Sometimes i feel feels shy too so as he came sweeping toward them she wished she could turn invisible but if that that was not enough right at that moment mr bosch's door opened and he poked his head out long enough to frown and say <hes> uh-huh f- and then go back into his room now libya had no idea why he did that and it didn't matter something bothered him him and he just went back into his room. It was fine but this moment seem to bother lawrence and he leaned over to them both in whispered grumpy grumpy much and then laughed libby didn't like that she felt that if mr bochu wanted to stick his head out the door say hum f- and then return back inside that was fine he could do that. Lawrence didn't need to say anything about it. She also considered saying humphry too but didn't want to draw any more attention to herself. So when they got off the elevator on the eighth floor she was no longer feeling so confident confident or excited. She just wanted to go home and sit for a little while on her red cushion. She just needed a little time to feel better to not not feel upset. Okay here we are said her mother and then libby looked up and saw the number eight oh to just like their own number nine zero to the hallway was exactly the same as there's the stone floor or was the same. The color of the door paint was the same apartment eight. Oh one didn't have a zuza or the little prayer marker that the torres family had on their doorway for apartment nine. Oh one and the smells were definitely different. No laundry smell or spicy garlic smell. All or stinky dogs smells instead. She smelled something cheesy and then what was that trees. Could it be the same smell. That chad was talking about the wood chips but before she could think about it anymore. Her mother mother rang the doorbell. Luby's eyes widen. She wasn't ready. She reached up to adjust her mask of on often visibility and was shocked to feel that she didn't have it on. Oh how she wished she had put it on and that was when the door opened and libby stood face to face with with one paco holding something furry and wonderful in his hands hello libby he said with a sweet com smile this veloce veloce this is libby time stopped for libby she looked at the little bundle of fur and fuzz and thought that it was the most wonderful thing she had ever seen. It was brown and end orange and white and was shaped like a very round fat link of sausage with little shiny brown eyes as a pink nose and two flat teeth that seemed to be constantly chewing it was probably the cutest cuddly est and softest softest little thing that she had ever seen and now it was no longer important if veloce was a chinchilla or cabrillo or some kind of unique rabbit whatever it was it was perfect and she couldn't wait to tell dish what she had discovered. This has been an original story from sparkle stories of sparkle stories dot com mm copyright two thousand eighteen all rights reserved. We hope you enjoyed it.

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Pet Writing Competition

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Pet Writing Competition

"<music> own stories out in what way did you mind is come instead. He hello this is jonah. Are you ready for a real life story writing competition. We'll get your fingers at your keyboards. We'd like you to send us a mysterious but true story of your extraordinary ordinary pets. We are looking for real life stories involving a strange encounter the experienced with your dog cat <hes> chinchilla halls rabbit pig goat parrot or if you have a pet tiger or bear or any animal <hes>. Do you have a special bond with your pet. Does your dog or cat possess unexplained power or have a sixth sense. Just you treat you differently or appear to be more affectionate when you are unwell. Dogs seem to have a natural faith that human in best friend through hardships sufferings and the best of times and only want to make us happy and protect us. We really do have much to learn from our canine friends. Some believe dogs can see ghosts. What do you think have have you witnessed anything heroic or astounding that your four legged friend has done and what about our feline friends. I've personally never had a cat hat but i hear that they are super intelligent and known for their independence to i've also heard that some cats are the most affectionate of of animals and consensual emotions to do. You have an extraordinary no ordinary cat. Do you share a special bond or language inch with your cherished mark so in connection with our beloved animals. We are holding a competition that involves an exceptionally gifted gift pet in your family. What i'd like is for you to send me a short real life story involving an extraordinary korea vent or special occurrence that happened between you or a family member and you pet write your story down and send it to me at comp story nori dot com. That's c. O. m. p. at story nori dot dot com. All contestants must be aged. Sixteen years old or younger entries must be in by twenty second of september two thousand nineteen and i'm super excited to hear from you all and read your real life stories. Please keep them short. Once we've selected we will read out our top up five favorite amazing stories good luck and get writing for me jonah at story noy dot com for now. Take care jetstar as he's out. What it's all about a is ready you mine <music> discounts natty concerns in no way it is sticking his nita making libya wanna win then then just stories stories the story <music> own and.

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