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Part 1: Adam, Gina and Bryan Discuss Reopening Barber Shops, Facemask Freakouts, and Jimmy Fallon in Blackface (ACS May 27)

The Adam Carolla Show

1:05:47 hr | 1 year ago

Part 1: Adam, Gina and Bryan Discuss Reopening Barber Shops, Facemask Freakouts, and Jimmy Fallon in Blackface (ACS May 27)

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. Well pretty epic rant in the first half. We talked to a independent barber shop owner. And he's up in up north of here and he's defying the law and keeping it open. He's a young. Rebel will have him on the phone and talk about that news as well. I J. B. J. B. Weld proud sponsor the Adam Corolla show poxy. Tease have brand used by both pros experience. Diy trusted for Fifty Years Plus Available J. B. Weld Dot Com and retailers everywhere home depot. Lowe's autism a Riley jbl announcing the microphone out there to music festival exclusively by live featuring force solid weekends live and taped performances for more than forty five now running every weekend through June seventy exclusive performances from Williams Turquoise Holly White Denim twiddle and many more VIP tour pass for all weekends or individuals. Show tickets to the live from out there. Virtual Festival showing up at live DOT COM slash L. S. ot from Corolla one studios and Adams and Genus House and Brian South. This is the Adam Corolla. Joe Adams Guess. Today American author and neuroscientist Sam Harris with Gina Grad on news and ball. Brian on facts. Now before the show the staff lined up to smell the stake in Martini on his breath. Adam Corolla on to get it on a choice began on mandate you get it on. Thanks for tuning in. And thanks for telling a friend. We love when you share the show right Gina Grad. That's right and Bob Ryan I. That's interesting that you brought up a lack. I was thinking about. I've said this for twenty some odd years on Love started saying it on love. Line was kind of thinking about it on a flight from A southwest flight from Houston couple days. Back which is and no one. I think people think I'm kidding about many things. I'm saying like you know. Dogs that sniff out venereal diseases cancers. Let'S USE CROWS TO ATTACK. Crows or to service or whatever and they got but I'm deadly serious about everything I speak about. Not Sometimes it's humorous because it sounds pretty humorous sometimes but I really mean it. I have been saying for twenty five years speaking of the lack which is for every bit for every one racist person who's actually discriminating against people it could be. Black Hispanic whatever gay whatever that is. Whoever that person is who has not letting you get a job or you know being you know you ask for Directions. And they shrug their shoulders and walk away even though they know the right direction for everyone of those people. There's about nine to fifteen white people who feel guilty and will work harder trying to help a person of color so as not to come across as racist and one of them. I'm one of them. We're all that way. We have a different a little different relationship with the formerly oppressed. And we don't want to exacerbate things and don't want to come across as racist and I was thinking about. I always think about it and I experienced it on the airplane. Actually Chris Maxwell did and I was also thinking of a situation picture situation like a few weeks ago. There was that blue eyed blond haired salon owner who opened up her salon and taxes and she had the black male judge sort of dresser down and tell her that she owed the community and apology and said if you won't do it I'm GonNa put you in jail. Okay let's reverse the roles. Let's have a blue eyed male judge. A blond male judge telling a black female salon owner a black small business owner. If you don't apologize I'm GonNa put you behind bars. They they couldn't have gotten away with it. They wouldn't have gotten away that we would be outraged. Right would say this is this is right. It's his oppression. This is racism. Magin just a white dude up on that stand telling a black female small business owner. Ewa Arm going to incarcerate you well. He couldn't have done it and I would argue. He wouldn't have done it. I think he would understand the optics of that would look. Yeah so a lot of people right and so if he was like back and he was hanging out with rusty his bailiff and he said you know what. I'm GONNA do this. Let's pick the guy. Let's pick Tom Bergeron. He's White Harry all right. So let's Stan how he's back and he's saying rusty the bailiff you know what? I'm GONNA do to that middle aged black of female small business owner who runs a salon. I'M GONNA go out there and I'm GonNa tell her. She owes her community an apology. And if she doesn't apologize. I'M GONNA put her in the house cow. I'm gonNA lock her now rusty half. Tom Burns your on on the shoulder and go. You don't want to do that. You don't have. This is not the optics are going to be horrible. Change your tax change your position figure out something go out there and find her do whatever but be careful because they will be watching and you will be taken out into the twitter sphere and flog so maximum Patta. I don't know they just leave. I was talking to you about you. So don't go anywhere. We were the airplane from Houston and Look I love it. The airports are basically empty. Yeah the plane. The middle seats all open middle seats are all open plain about two thirds to half full and Mike and I walked right in sat in an exit row. Had A middle seat in between us and all was good in the world and Max Pat Sat directly in front of me and it was like well. This is we have our run of the plane first time in a long time. He's seen three seats open. And someone laying across it like a bed day so we all we were in the end of the a boarding group like forty four a forty six say we just got on and Mike and I found our seat and Max pat found his seat and I thought. Oh this is good. I got Mike over here. I got Max Pat in front of me. I was going to ask Pat some unprepared business and some stuff like that. And then at some point a gentleman of color probably thirty just walked up to mack's and said hey that's my sheet get out and I'm southwest. Yeah and it wasn't like excuse me. Could you pass the grey poupon? At least as far as I was I was kind of walked up. Said that's my seat and I don't say much else. How do you set stuff down and going to the bathroom or something he well? What did he say? The I've I just what did he say he says he's said. Hey you're in my seat. And then he kind of motions me to get up and but it wasn't. It wasn't being nice about it. Not right okay. So what I'm saying. He had put a water bottle on the seat and then went to the bathroom or did whatever which is okay something. I don't what the rules are exactly on southwest like. I don't know if you can claim a seat in the name of Spain with half spark let's bottle but either way. That was his seat now. It didn't really matter because the plane was sort of half empty. There were rose that were just wide open in the back and stuff and I would say but you guys be honest. Not You Dawson already. Know what your answers if I had done that and I had seen a young man of color sitting in my seat. I'd probably go. I'll just sit two rose back or whatever. I probably wouldn't say clear out because I was certainly wouldn't say it like he said I would. I would not right the it was perceived. Now if there's some reason why needed that seed or someone was joining me or something. I'd say sorry. I know it sounds stupid. But Bob Bob Bob and I wouldn't just walk up and go. Hey cleared out. Which which he did and my argument is he also got you. Excuse me can I please have that water bottle right? That's up your ass now. So I'm saying and I don't I also wonder and we'll never know but the point is is if that guy who came up to mack's a PATAH had red hair and freckles and looked like a young Danny Bonnici Max. Pat May be more apt to say. Hey man this is south west like I just sat down but instead you kind of go. I don't want this person to perceive this as this kind of interaction and Chris doesn't exactly look like the poster child for the area and Brotherhood complicate. Yeah so what I'm saying is it doesn't seem like much but he he who told you to clear out didn't say excuse me or sorry or anything just went my seat out as if I was I was very right. Kirk also information. A question point formation of Chris Adamant August exit row oftentimes the southwest. They have two in a row. Where you sitting in an exit row? I ended up in exit row but the scene front of Adam was not an exit row. Okay again I don't know why he'd want to talk to you on. I got up walked to the back of the plane to use the restroom and there are many open runs like that's so point couldn't just went. Hey Snooze you lose I mean or whatever but each talk that get out and just something to think about with the little bit of for every for every clansman out there their Their fifteen to twenty Max. Patas aiming to police all right. We have say something pertaining to The judge thing I I agree with you on your on that right. It's a sad referendum on our societies relationship to authority because it really shouldn't matter if the judges black or white or if the plaintiff is blocked or the defendant is blocked. It didn't matter he's a businessman. He has a judge has worked his way up to being one who has been deemed to judge the law. Judge Your guilt or innocence. Assign you a sentence if necessary whether or not he admonishes your makes you apologize. Or where a sign that says I you know Blah Blah Blah whatever you create punishments our respective of the fact that he's a judge like it shouldn't matter or reverse or any color. I if if I'm hearing your point correctly that seems like such a huge part of our judicial system like if you don't feel remorse than you're staying in jail well everybody wants the apology and everything is just optics now and if you tried to pull that on a you know a black woman who was trying to run a business. I mean the the the news media would take you out to the woodshed and restaurant. You probably wouldn't be a judge very long. Rob Hone is On how hold his businesses high side he does? He's a barber. Has a barber shop in Petaluma California Petaluma up north but how far so so Noma County County? Yeah okay it was always Petaluma. When I was younger is kind of known as a little crunchiness hips where the pot was grown and where the were the free or people. WanNa go hang out. At least when I was like in high school I could be wrong. Could be standing Rosa County but the hill correct. Our guest will obviously correct me. Hey Rob good so. Tell us your story Chris. I think you reach out to Chris or Kris reached out to you. But it's a sort of pertinent news story so give us a little background. I respect that Chris talking about the absurdity in the car shop for the past for our fourth week reopen and then occurred to the other Barbara in house. He's been beloved stories so ridiculous so we when the world ended we shut down. And there's this county were incentives. No one don't be open. Essential non essential whatever so we call it because the Barshop and the order the county order. I was like well. This is even law anyways legitimate law but it expires on May third fourth. And we go to. Where does this idea that? I'm supposed to pay attention every day to know win. Like run phase two point one whatever so we just plan on going back to work after the May third deadline expired and even considering that the order that the county out I still doesn't say no barbershops. I don't understand like I'm in your everyday cutting military law enforcement. These people that are jobs are essential. Grooming is an essential component of sanitation and cleanliness. Not Barack I'm from member. Yes you're talking. A Guy just went to. I went to Houston and got a haircut. I literally just came back from Huston because I wanted to get I- I shit you not I did four shows. I dedicated all the money. I to the Food Bank and the staff at the Improv and I did not come home with penny. Most or much of my motivation for going to Houston was to get a haircut and to get a steak the things you can't get here for no good reason and the barber shop. There's when this when the dust settles on this whole shit show the two things that will be most valuable to me are sunning yourself on the beach and the barber shops. I can't make I understand crowded churches and I understand the subway. The barbershop doesn't make sense to me. And in all the places that reopened everyone just came in and got a fucking haircut and went home. So what's the big whoop and you know? Someone said to me the other day. Is there anyone you know who's got this? Is there anyone I kept saying? Do I know anyone do I know anyone do? I know anyone. An answer is being of Kevin. Being Being Baxter got it. He followed all the rules and he stayed at home and he's only friend who got it. No no one from the barbershop. Sorry so tell us your story. Yes to reopen. But we go on time to go back to work on. May fourth reopen happens whole first week. And everyone's how are you? How were you allowed to be open? We'll I don't understand why I have to make some argument. I should be to be open. I don't keep track of what the update every day. Orders fired the which we didn't fall under anyway then of course they extended it indefinitely so first week we're open. Nothing happens comes in here cops not. You're getting haircuts. We're back to normal. I don't understand that part of this group of people who are now call the infected who just look there little phone all day to tell them what they're allowed to do. I don't understand so I'm just busy going to work and we open open for a week. Nothing happens when following Tuesday. Now someone call into this and this allowed people in town that whatever they have now law enforcement shows up on the shows up on Tuesday to in uniform ops coming here Sir Sir have the close your business thank you but no thank you. Sir and talk to us. No thanks. I'm busy. I HAVE CLIENTS. Have No thank you your. We're busy. We're doing work. Your is there some justification and this is the thing it's not my job to to to create some compelling legal case that I should be allowed to go if you disagree and think all under some county order so-and-so said you can't be open then you came out that legal case against me. We started out in court. You have a heavy burden to the cops. Come in Tuesday come back Wednesday and the same thing sir. Close Your Business. I don't understand why these officers there's sort of an understanding of the absurdity on their on their side the come back again and them sir. We're GONNA have issue. Is this you a citation then? Dishonest Muniz citation that simple of thing we want to do. The site and small business don't signed a small business. I just I'm just trying to family your Barbara's nearby that we now have a court date for my citation that's a misdemeanor. It's ridiculous it's like. Why are these people being let out of prisons? I'm just trying to cut here and here. And so now. In assist later down the city and then when from the county and city manager calling my landlords trying to pressure them to dig lash out. Why are these people look? I've said it many times if you pay your taxes and you're generally a good citizen you get a fucking target on your back in California if you want to not pay taxes live on the streets deflategate where where you will or be incarcerated than you're essentially they look the other way you're easy because you're visible in your out there and you're also sending a dangerous message to everyone around you. Which is it's not that fucking dangerous. But that's the new world order and what the government is doing. And what the governor's doing doing or whatever. I'M NOT THAT I. They're just doing what they do. I have said a million times. She put beavers on the roof of the Empire State Building. Start looking for logs to build a dam. They're just doing what they're doing. Who are the pussies that dropped the dime? Who are the pussy that are on new? Who's who is this new brand. And by the way I used to think I hated pussy whipped guys. These guys are pussy. Indoctrinated there are there are just a batch of policies yes and you know what they do it's pussy shaming it pussy shames them because when I get on a plane and I got to fucking Texas. I have a Martini steak and get a fucking haircut and half a rub and tug and come home and nothing happened there shamed. They actually hope something happens to me because they're cowering in fucking fetal position in the fucking apartment and we're defying them see we're essentially shaming them because we're saying Hey Pussy. I'm living my life and they don't like it when they feel shame they latte they lash out. And that's what's going on now. They don't they don't like it and it's people think that they charge. Is this kind of Gag. Look people who Mavericks. They're like the ones the people on the inside. Not what you know who you know. And it's like. They all thought that they were in charge of all of us. So these people started calling so when this all happened so excited on Tuesday and then on the phone on Wednesday and the following day. There's some so whenever we were talking about. Us brought to our attention to local music. Foodie LITTLE LOCAL CELEBRITY. Kinda guy and he's just going on the personal pages of other. Barbara's network here inciting from the law. The law they call it Broccoli Colossal Pussy. I know he's already know he's a Pussy. But all right listen to that so he so he's citing from the county order the whole. Time County Orders Bullshit. Enrolling doesn't barbershop songs in wants. So why are you coming after me? It doesn't say barbershops any art. What happens is this? This guy is now citing from the law. That's from the county order. That says barbershops and I go as I read. That were the the police officers brought it to me and I have a background in law degree in law. I looked at the order. It doesn't say barbershops legitimate right well so so. This person starts posting quotes from the law citations. That barbershops and I didn't see barber shops in order type texts into I put into Google whereas in his language in the order this is no barbershops. And it comes up from the county website and it's an amendment to the county order from May fourteenth to add barbershops so my citation is from thirteen. So someone took the time. The county was really busy with Kobe. Graphs and whatever took the time to go. Change the wording county order to add. We're barbershops the day. After I was cited and now little socialite whatever's running around using those words to call me a criminal. The situation is just ridiculous. Well the problem that you have here. I think is that anytime anyone's had a problem. An argument with a neighbor. I think about all the arguments with the neighbor eventually. It's not about whatever it is. You guys are arguing about it. Sort of becomes hatfields and mccoys. And it's that's fine. It's it's not something you'd wish upon anybody but it's fine with the neighbor. It's not fine with the government and I have told people I I had a problem in front of old property. Mind there was a big drainage prom. This big lake gathered up but I brought it up before but it had been a while so it was like the city had planned it. That street dipped when it rained hard. The sewer backed up and it made a big lake. I went to the city and said Hey. Can you fix this lake? They said that's not our business. That's your property. I said fine. I consulted with a drainage engineer. I pay like twelve hundred dollars. He came he looked at the problem. He drew up. A schematic a plan of how to fix the problem. I then because I have a building background Took my guys at a cost of over thousand dollars to me and implemented what this drainage experts said to do then did that it then worked perfectly the city then slap me with an ordinance that said this is not permitted work. You had no business to tear it down and I shed. Your drain wasn't effective. This drain is effective. I have a certified drainage expert who drew me a plan. Why don't we wait till it rains and see how effective it is well? It rained buckets a few weeks later and it was one hundred percent effective justice. The Guy had planned. I heard nothing from the city and tell about three months later when I got another summoned saying tear it out or we'll tear it out. I then said effective. It's on my property. I've solved the problem at my own expense and it solved the lake. That had been built up in the road that everyone is splashing through. That is on your. That is your highway and they kept saying if you don't tear it out we're going to find you and I was like what are you trying to do at this point city trying to solve a? Prom? Are you punishing me? Because I defied you by fretting fucking problem at my own expense. What kind of relationship is this dix? I pay fucking taxes. I picked fifth your fucking problem and I told them. Hey Dick's I'll take a fucking sledgehammer and destroy it and then you'll have a lake. Is that the way you WanNa go fuck and give a shit you retards? This is the problem. This city has turned. The government is turned. Where now fucking subjects fuck you? We don't work for you. One thing that came up to me. I've got nothing to say about it so out of this early. Brits was reading through my my season assist letter from the city of aluminum tons of time on their hands off apparently small business. So I'm Barbara in town. I know everyone in town or tender in town I cannot go anywhere without running into people I know people that we go to the same businesses and know each other and reading the cease and desist letter. And I'm looking at the names of all the city council and all in the plan or people who the fuck are these. People aren't businesses. Who put these people in charge to represent? The interests of the bars and restaurants are closing. I can look out memories. Something to acid to restaurants closed or bins shuttering every day. Is the city helping US helpless more more? Do they serve? I don't understand. Well look how Chris Maxwell has the letter. I wrote the fucking city in February. Sorry go ahead. I hope I hope somebody. Your office has a sense to realize that this is completely solved. A huge and ongoing problem. The lake that formerly formed in that dip in the road is not one hundred percent drained during the heaviest rainstorms. Why would you brainiacs One? Do a problem that was fixed. One hundred percent. I don't care anymore. I'll sledgehammer out the work. I did replace the drain and you guys can enjoy a lake that dip next time it rains. This was not something I quote cooked up in my garage. There's just professionally engineered by drainage experts. But if you want me to take a sledgehammer and put it back to the way it didn't work. I'd be happy to do it. Although it frightens me to live in a city where such conclusions are drawn. Good luck I pray. We never talk about this subject again. Fucking pussy decks and who knows by the way they don't send your fruit basket or an apology letter. They just slap another permit in. You know whatever it's just it's out of control and you people don't they don't understand what they're asking for their their fucking getting on very a very slippery very slippery deadly ground here. They're gonNA cause good people to sort of rise up and there. There's a lot of people that are getting to that point. And it's not something we should look forward to their overstepping their boundaries. They're trump which is a fucking our yes. I think we should look forward to these people. There's this notion things dust is going to settle and the actual rule were there and charts and they bothered people like you with their chicken. Shit right. The people like me but I think it's important to to take this opportunity to say no the new. Our new normal is we. Don't put up with this shitty more like. Why are you bothering businesses? Are you bothering you? Like I think people are reaching out to me. Nothing but support so I think we need to continue that support and the city and the people that are in charge be accountable to the people that are living there also idiots they be telling you what to do but okay as their big problem and Petaluma with Corona virus. No not that I noticed. No have you experienced? You've been open for how long now? Sort of in defiance of the Ordinance. Yeah. I'm not in defiance. I don't really see the ordinances law but we opened on the fifth. I think so. What are we today? Like the twenty fifth fourth reopen. It's been busy tons of support but it's it's exhausting. My kids are you know my my my daycares been compromised. People are calling complain about me everywhere. This insane cluster for no reason. Oh my God I it's it's all just a fuck. You have to obey the seconds. I'm sorry do You have a question Ron Rob when you did you ever. Oh can you hear me? Yeah Good Rob. Did you ever hurt? Did you ever alter your business or your business practices or I don't know low limit the number of people when you were defying this order. Did you go to your way to make changes to the business yet? That's skin question. Fortunately for us we only have three stations and they're super spaced apart. Those anyone listening was our or cousins. Knows that the the sanitation requirements from the California born Barbara cosmetology or or extensive. We adhere to those standards. Is it like forcing able to light my taping out with blue tape where you're walk in the barbershop? No we put up a sign early on to comply with the mask thing. Which kind of works doesn't work? It's like you know we're we're trying to come work with that ruin in whatever capacity. Chan's sense of all this well barbershops if you picture barbershops. The Chair in rob has to get back to US customers. The chairs are always six-foot-plus Apart. Anyway and it's a sterile environment. Everything's dipped in alcohol and whatever because it was a free corona virus because of business they serve. It's called the high side in Petaluma. Go there and leave a big fat tip to Rob Hone and the other people that employs over there God bless you hero. I Love I love what you're doing. Thanks rob thanks for joining us. Our pleasure right. Well that's That's where at everybody and there's a lot of theatre here. It's very random as I said being got it and we all just went to Texas and back and then by the way I was on stage with Dan Crenshaw shaking people's hands. I was just shaking people's hands after the matinee show we all went to brew pub in brewpubs called like walking stick or something like cool. Texas new BREW PUB SAT INDOORS. Chat sat across from Senator. represented Congressman Congressman Crenshaw. This took us eye patch and his glasses. I was looking at his crazy glass. I that leaf gold in the middle of it but he had a few of his friends over and his wife had a few of her friends. Over and me in August just sat there we all along table and drank fresh made micro brew beer and enjoyed the Bejesus out of it and Italia letting you back in the house. I'm glad I'm glad you brought up the Talia because I talked to drew and I talked to you guys about. I talked to society about the death of math. The death of math and and probability which was something. I was talking to drew about earlier in the day. Which is so. Natalia comes back she shot out of a cannon she wants to social distancing and the wiping the sprang on the bag. And all the ritualistic stuff. All this stuff being did that then save him but Outta town right. She was in Florida for ten days. Had Flying First Class Anyway. It's a science so she's leaving last night she's heading out. It's sort of Dusky time at six thirty seven and evening and she says to me. I'm going on a ride with my friend. A bike ride and we're going to stay six feet apart. You know which they don't I don't give a shit so I said go ahead but thinking I'm not a warrior as a parent but as somebody who was there literally standing in the driveway when sunny fractured his skull riding his bike and was dropped off to me as a head. As you know the big swelling and you know in and out of consciousness and stuff I do have some feelings about helmets and bikes Again sunny literally almost died because he whacked his head on the concrete a few a couple of years ago and was in intensive care and so on and so forth so when the Talia was leaving last night I said hey put on a helmet. Because she's a bit of a daredevil and there's like some hills and she'll she'll go zoom in on you and we have three or four different size helmets All SORTA hanging up on the rack necks of the bike and she said Oh. Come on Dad and I said come on now. Put a helmet on and she went. I don't need a helmet. And we had an argument about a helmet. Now percentage chances of her getting covid nineteen and being affected or dying by zero percent number one killer. Rich white girls is probably writing a mountain bike. So statistically me telling put a helmet on makes perfect sense. But she's the number one cheerleader for social distancing and kicking your shoes off and sprang bags down with the alcohol compounds but fought vehemently about putting helmet on which to me is the death of math. The typically this is. What's going to get her now. I won the argument. Made her put on the helmet but one thing she's very concerned about poses no threat to her. The other does have a statistical threat to her which is pretty high for again her age in her tax bracket and where she lives and so on and so forth and she had no thoughts about it and no concerns. That's where we're at all. Forgive her because she's young. It's the forty six year old males who think that way those are the guys are bugging the shit out of me all right. Let me hit ray con working from home working on your fitness making makes what you listen to Very important these days and sometimes the kids are making a lot of noise in the next room or the running the TV to laugh before dropping. 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Why aren't you doing what they're telling you to do? I generally don't listen But also they've been telling us to do a Lotta Shit. There was wrong and I was thinking about this the other day and I'll play a clip but think about let's let's forget about the estimates they're coming out of England and flattening the curve and all sorts of things. But let's just think about the subject of ventilators remember. Ventilators was a big deal. We don't have enough. We need car. Manufacturers stop manufacturing cars ventilators and. We needed him yesterday. The government has failed and now we're caught without them and I'll I'll play you a Andrew Cuomo clip from A few just a few months ago a few weeks ago but this is where we were look. He thought what he thought when he thought it. I'm not I'm not blaming him. He was told we need ventilators. So here's here's the here's a ventilator clip and at the rate they are going beat is not happening. Fema says we're sending four hundred litres. Really what am I going? What am I going to four hundred ventilators? When I need thirty thousand you pick the twenty six thousand people who are going to die because you only four hundred ventilators. I'm guessing you means four thousand. Maybe the death of that but either way you're going to be a dad there's going to be death-squad and we're going to side who lives and who dies because we don't have enough ventilators and you have to decide you. Tell the twenty six thousand people. They're going to die without ventilators. Well what happened? We had more ventilators and we knew what to do with. We didn't use the lion share of them and it turns out that as of April eight percent of people who went on ventilators died. Okay what other breaking news you have for me of how this works and how science works. We were one hundred percent wrong on ventilators. Were wrong and that the system was going to be overwhelmed and we were wrong that they even worked. I mean by the time you get on a ventilator you're clinging to life anyway but I think if you talk to most doctors today and you said would you put your client or your patient on a ventilator. They say now at that appears to be the new new. So what do we know now? I don't blame them for misinformation. That's what they know when they know it. I'm just saying Slow Your Roll. When the next piece of information comes down the pike that you absolutely no did you see. How much certitude had you tell the twenty six thousand people? They're GONNA die well. It didn't happen so far as I know. Much of the stuff we've known has been wrong. And the more you hear about the lockdown now more doctors are thinking it's killing more people for ancillary things suicide drug overdose of domestic abuse. Well and governor. Cuomo himself believes said that we're at least in New York. They're noticing that the people who are getting sick and going to hospital are people who share the same house if somebody who sticks you're sheltering in home you're getting each other sick but just as a peace of mind for know. An Italian family are for even just listeners. Whoever would you be willing after you get back from another state like you know Houston or whatever to take a test and say look? I'm still negative. Like where all on the same page like. Is that something that you think would would would tell them be. I'd be more than happy to do it. I'm surgery you can get one the problem. The problem with that is as one. Who's actually taking the test? It took a full seven days for my results. Cam Christie's came back in like five days. Her Dad never got her results to like the the testing. Yeah instantaneous when you're not gonNA take the test of home they're gonNA take the white person all right have it taken. Couldn't hurt Sam Harris coming up in about twenty five thirty so we have the news before that will take a quick break. Come back and do the news with gene and bald after this break. All those crazy trump tweets G. Grad trouble gene gene. The news with Gene Grad receiving a breaking news alert. Right now that dodger stadium since they got nothing else to do right now. We'll be the new testing site if you're interested in Getting covert nineteen test buys will use that parking lot We were speaking to somebody in the barbershop and hair salon business so perfect time to release another bit of breaking news that I just received right before we started today. Haras salons and barbershops are now able to reopen their doors in parts of California. According to governor some counties that have test did to the state that covid nineteen is under control locally can start reopening their businesses effective immediately forty seven of the fifty eight counties in. California have completed the process the ones around here include Orange Riverside Ventura San Bernardino. Santa Barbara does anything Did you hear accounting missing in that list? Los Angeles. That's right. We will not be part of the reopening process Because we are still the epicenter of many a death and pandemic so we are not included on the list but Maybe you WANNA come over to the valley and go to hire and and and get that trimmed up. Look in the next week or two all. Yeah question about share. I noticed it looked a little shorter than you. Three quarters of an inch just to wait out this ban out here year. I'm glad you brought that up not intentionally but y'all take it because It'll it'll grow into a by myself. An extra three weeks of growing time. I don't know if you guys experiences bald. You haven't maxed Patta Dawson. Whoever you tell me I've had many many conversations with many many hairdresser slash barbers including my own sister. Who did it for living in with occasionally cut my hair but also had this. It's like when you go out to eat and you go. Hey No mayonnaise on the go. Gotcha Gotcha and then they just put extra. Menes on like. That's kind of world. We're living in but the difference between this and the Mayonnaise is the you're not following them into the kitchen like the woman is cutting my hair. They always go. How do you like it and I go? I aware shorter on the top on the side but I leave it longer. Leave it long on the top. It looks better when it's longer on the top. And they go okay and then moments later they proceed to start cutting the top short. And it's like. Hey Pitch. I just told you what we're doing here and I said longer on the top. It's kind of like when you say you know your order. The French fries and they give you one pack to catch up at the in and out and you go. Hey Man could have a little more catch up and they give you a big handful of it if you don't come back again if somebody says longer on the top. I'm going to go along on the top and I'm going to go. Is this too long to bring it down a little? But they literally as you're saying it you can see him just sort of pulling it cutting importing and I'm watching them do it and I always have the same thought which is should I stop them and tell them no. It's to another hand. Just cut the front lab tests seven eighths of an inch and then also part of me in the back of my head goes they know something because I just told them what I wanted. And they're doing something. It's wet. Whatever my hair dries I go back to my house and I go. Oh it's fucking short on the top. But I told them not to do that as they were doing it. That happens fifty percent of the time. What is that why? Why is it so hard to convey? It happens to women too and I think it's more of an assault when it happens to women. Because here's what happens to me and this is almost one hundred percent of the time very specific. Leave it on the long side. Trim what you have to otherwise. It coops up like a Christmas tree. I'm OSCHKENAT's nausea. I know what I'm talking about please. So they always do it perfectly. It's beautiful the layers are cut. It's done about to take the bebe off and they go what do you think? Oh great thank you. And then they go perfect. They grabbed this again and then do a little more trimming and like what we just. We just both agreed it was perfect. The doesn't matter what salon you go to the you sign off and then they give it a one more once over and then it's ruined and then you pay. Does that happen to you Max? Pat and or Dawson and then why got before this one she She has how I like my hair. I say I usually parted on the side so then she tends to wet. My hair parted in the middle and starts cutting it and I think I wonder if I should tell her again that I just told her that and she's a professional. She knows what she's doing. I will just see what happens. And then she let me go away with my hair parted in the middle. I I want you. Why are you asking my question? And yes she cut it way too short on the top. I don't give a shit but I give a shit and that you ask the question. I expressed my answer and then you ignored it completely in the next matter of minutes. Not Not like all right. I'll see you this time next week for that actual haircut discussing. I've got up. We're sitting in a chair. You're looking at my mouth in a mirror. I'm explaining what what I'm doing and you can bring a little more off if you like you can ask me on so why not do it incrementally? Hey Gino Nancy Grace Nancy grace. Yes your hair's pretty short and it's pretty poofy well. No that's what that's kind of hair that I grew up with. That's the kind of hair that I lacked. Because I don't know if you've ever heard the saying the higher the hair the closer to God and I like to keep belittle volume while the top so the great Lord above knows that I'm with him and that he is with me So it's a religious thing for you. It's a religious choice. I also think that you know it's it's almost like it's almost like a natural facelift. When you get when you just get a little off just get just get a little more on the top and makes you look more awake. It makes you look more. It makes you look guilty. I think is what I'm doing. See Yeah now. What would be a guilt? The type HAIRDO. Corn rose or something. Don't get me started. Of course the core of the you're putting way too much time and way too much effort into your hair. You should be put more effort into not stealing things and breaking into call. Well so layered look a layered look has that same thing every Disney villain every princess. That's being tortured and imprison has that look that the layers go right into the face right into the cheekbones. That's an evil look. See in the picture that you're seeing me. They almost gave me that Ursula from from the Little Mermaid looking stop. No we want to look innocent. I made I hope you weren't listening to the beginning part of the show but I in fact went to Texas and my family went to Florida and obviously must have been in that new prototype you got. You got the bubble sue. You tried to bubble suit now. I just. I had like an old mask that I used to use during construction. Just been floating around my car and really yeah and I was in the open off a flask. Half the flight to so I had to kind of pull it down so not not exactly protocol that. This was a private plane. That you that you commissioned so it's fun because you were actually flying the plane. You're the only one now I don't. I do not condone drinking and fly. And if you're the one piloting the plane but I understand that it's your plan. You're the only one in there. It's fine and you were going there to be a frontline volunteer for all the people that are sick so you your heart was in the right place. It was privately owned by Southwest Airlines. So I don't know if that means private to you so you were on one of those Those anyone coming to the front to volunteer their time. We're going to give you a free spot on South West. And of course that mill seats going to be open and we're GonNa let you write off and we're going to put you up in one of the famous stance and you're going to get to work helping the sick rat actually. It was skipping eyebrows waxed and eaten a Tomahawk steak. That's keep the phone on their well. Looks like a Tomahawk. It's named after so funny. I always forget. You're a comedian. I and you make my ribs arts speaking of ribs and we get We didn't get any ribs over there did we. Max No rid does all about it. Shame on I'd probably lobster ribs. Oh you know I love. We ordered a lobster like three pound lobster. They just took a lobster. They whacked it. In half and me and Mike Eight the tail at Max Pat. Ate All the guts right out of the middle of all the Turquoise colored this all the in the middle EA- devour the whole thing and I loved every second of mouth water. That's right sorry what else? We Got Gina Grad. Well I don't know that any of these breaking stories that are really all the rage in the headline department right now. We're GONNA make you feel any calmer but there is a viral video of this woman being absolutely screamed and shouted out of a grocery store in Staten Island because she seemed to be the only customer. Not Wearing a mask. This went full Street justice With the other shoppers Basically this happened in. Staten Island. The videos the woman pushing a cart without a facemask. She's in surrounded by people screaming at her. A customer repeatedly points her toward the door. She finally leaves This was You know the order was from April seventeenth saying that you have to cover your face if you can't social distance like in a grocery store and here's the pandemonium ensued. The yelling interface mitigate the situation off. Wow Yeah it's end days. Hey I was thinking of Brian because I saw a tweet. That was trending which was Jimmy Fallon and black face. I don't know if you know. But there's been some unearthed footage resurfaced. That's resurfaced and unearthed. I read I. This is stuff. He was probably worried. One day might get out especially since he broadcast it in two thousand on the most popular shows the history got living turned into a best of I know but it's recently on earth. Sure and and it is and again. He thought he could hide these skeletons in his closet. No it's been up dug up. Oh he apologized. I do it now. Not only not only doing Chris Rock but Chris Rock was a former cast member. Obviously so I now you guys may think there's something I don't know. Why am I so concerned about this? I'm concerned about this. Because we black face is a thing but this is not black face. This is him impersonating another cast member. Just like when. Baldwin does trump. Now you go. Well Baldwin's the white guy and trump's awake. Yes he does his best to look like trump weren't face he does orange tracy sheep he tries to look like trump. That you're when you attempt to play another character. You have to attempt to physically look like them. That means skin tone okay. Black face is a completely different thing from a different era. That is offensive in and of itself. But this is not black face this is you doing an impersonation of Chris Rock number one. So what's the concern? The concern is all the calories burnt trying to make a sort of evil and racist Jimmy Fallon into least anybody's worries on this planet. Nobody gentle soul. Nobody needs to apologize a lesson. By the way between Fallon and Kimmel two of the Jimmy's two out of three late night guys have been flogged for black phase. But they weren't doing black face. There were doing characters in a con in the context of a comedy show. I don't know what his apology by the way you don't need I don't need to apologize aright in two thousand while on SNL. I made a terrible decision. Well why was it a terrible decision if you and everyone around? You didn't know it was a terrible decision. It passed a lot of filters to get on the air obvious right to do an impersonation of Chris Rock while in black face I again. I don't know everyone you sort of taking everything and turning it in. Everything is not great. It's while and black face. I still argued that that's a minstrel show era but anyway there is no excuse for this yes there is very sorry for making this unquestionably offensive decision. And thank you. All for holding me accountable. He's going to Cornfield little. Billy's got to thank just about that line. Thank you let me read that last line again. Thank you for holding me accountable. Thank you for holding me accountable. Thank you mob for forcing me. Thank you for correcting me. I didn't know what I was doing. I now know twenty years on. I'm sure rock is a good friend of his and I'm sure I love to hear what Chris Rock has to say about. I'm sure he doesn't give two shits because we've lost all contacts in our world. And here's the problem Jimmy Fallon. Tell these fucking assholes who by the way? Don't think nobody thinks you're racist and nobody thinks what you did was racist. Come to fuck and suck your deck. What are we doing here? All you're going to do is get more you're negotiating with terrorists your negoti. You're negotiating with hostage takers. You'RE GONNA get more hostages. That's why we have more hostages. Thank you thank you overlords. Thank you for correcting me though. It also no. Does anyone think anything about this? Of course. There's a huge difference of opinion and impersonation of a famous person like Chris. Rock or Karl Malone or MR T. or someone who's famous and you're doing impersonations of them obviously blocked vice very different. That's from a different era is like comparing athletes across errors. Could never today stitchers. Maybe not but he was great for his era or or that was wrong for that air. You know what I mean like. It's not the same thing. Well obviously we have the sketch. You'll see if it's if it's funny risk full question. I gather biggest person if he tried to do it without putting on black makeup then it wouldn't be nearly as effective all right. Were Idiots please? Can we knock this shit off human beings or are we out of problems? Do we not have any problems about kids. What about homelessness now like we're in the middle of the global pandemic? So this is that. He's not he's not a person in a block guy. A black guy for Halloween which would be offensive. If he's being Chris Rock and doing these job of it was a cast member former cast member on the same show. He's on look out. Look this just says me. Were out of racism because we gotta go find it. We're looking for it now. All right. Let's do one more Gina Gran. Let's see here. Oh so we talk every once in a while about people who wrestled wild animals and we have. What in the news a twenty three year old visitor at the Warsaw Zoo in Poland has been sentenced to steep fines and community service after entering a bear enclosure on Thursday tussling with a giant bear allegedly while drunk. And we're we're playing the clip now as they tell you the story. So there's the duties in the enclosure he jumps into them very woolly water the most in the water in the mode. Yup The bears thinking about what his next move is going to be. This is all being filmed so he goes over to other side. So I'm no. I'm no Joe Buck here. But we're trying to do a little play by play the guys swimming around that they're seizes opportunity. You write them down and and wants to get a closer look and the bears Nov but this guy says oh great. This is a perfect time for me to jump on the bears back start pulling his ears and wrestling the bare under the water. So that's what we're looking at right now. guys complete full This took place last. Thursday also prompted city officials and zoo authorities to transfer the two bears that live in the enclosure to more interior area Footage which we just watch was shared a twitter shows the man. Just basically just baiting bear than jumping on his back. The man Let's see at X. extracted himself from the water and back onto the artificial island where he was then pulled out of there by the The the fire brigade and he was later charged with animal cruelty disturbing the peace and also tacked on a fine for not wearing a mask community service. The gunman drove roughly thirteen hundred dollars in fines. That bear was rescued from a circus. So it was probably one of those. Oh No not again moments for the bear but maybe not completely foreign to him. I will tell you this. Having as a young man having animal cruelty on your rap sheet is such a deal breaker for first dates. I I'm telling you if most women I know if you said on a first date look I gotta come clean. I have been arrested. If you said bad blamed for killing my family they would say was Your Dad. A bad guy. What did they do? But if you said animal cruelty I was literally thinking about this. I got home last Sunday at like ten thirty in the morning from taxes the kids and Lynette or coming home at noon from Florida. I was walking. I was in the House the whole time they were gone and then I left for three days but I thought I had this thought if I knew there were coming home in two minutes and I was walking down the hall and I had to make a move but I couldn't make both moves. I can only make one either. Turn to the right and refill. Fill the dog's water ball or go upstairs to the master bedroom and remove a dead prostitute from our bed. I would stop think about it and make the move for the water bowl if those are my only two choices. That's how coached up. I am I have. I have another sort of hot headlined breaking example of that Start we didn't get to the woman in Central Park that I'm sure you've you've heard the story by now. She had her dog off the leash in a part of Central Park. Where you have to have your dog on a leash because it's were burgers. Go to take pictures of birds and when there's dogs trying to flush out birds and they they can't do what that part of the park is for so this black man said to this white woman. Can you please put your dog on the leash? This is a part of the park where your dog has to be on leash. She went nuts. She got on the phone. Call the police African American and threatening by and see this is the guy we got. We overcompensate for sorry guess what there's more there is video of it and it's hard to watch for two reasons one she's hysterical and she's losing her mind and this guy's like what are you talking about. I just as you put your dog African American. She loses her mind all the while. She's grabbing her dog by the leash and no by the caller yet by by the collar. The the dog can't get air the dog delicious in one hand. She told him to go by the caller and the other. The dog can't breathe so it's very hard to watch for those two reasons by the way she has since lost her job and the and the adoption center has taken the dog back. Subscribe watching that for two reasons is very very difficult. One of them being. She's choking her dog. We have you not seen this autumn. When did it come out this? This is the took social media by storm. The locks thirty six hours you know when I was I was in. I was in hold the phone for second I was in Houston and when I travel. I don't travel my computer smart so I will crap pops up on my phone tax and things like that but I really don't look at stuff so if it's going off when I was in Houston than I didn't I did not see it. Are you familiar with the play videos? Want US Aska. Establishing question out of Murray familiar with this trend of Karen's have heard someone say stop using Karen on twitter. But I don't know what it means. Policy Pam type white women trying to bust people of Color for doing stupid shit that you shouldn't be calling the Gina I had this thought to Adam and Karen this woman a cairns middle aged white woman. Who's losing your fucking mind over. Nothing and Blah Blah. The woman who probably wore her didn't wear masks in the grocery store. We just saw out of your theory of going insane when they get to a certain middle age just losing a fucking minds especially once you may be used to be attractive. I think this is what we're seeing. I think the Karen Trend. Well there's a couple things yes you sort of built a life around every time you walk into a restaurant or bar half the people in there wanted to fuck you. And that's off the table. Now that scrambles your brain but also living in a zero gravity environment if she like not having to really get out there and work and Hustle. I guarantee none of these people. These women work at a waffle house. If you've seen what people that work at a waffle house they have responsibilities they have agendas have timetables like they're on their feet they're sweating. They're moving. You know yes you? This zero gravity environment is taking its toll on our on our brains and guys. We stopped producing as MUCH TO SAAS. Thrown our prostates blow up. We mellow out. Chicks get nuttier and thus the Karen Complex all right. Let me hit Gyco here real quick. Everybody is doing their part. These days sharing their dance moves. Diy about GEICO does a little sharing GEICO's going to give back fifteen percent fifteen percent credit on motorcycle policies and automobile policies current and new customers because GEICO's committed for the long haul that's fifteen percent credit. It lasts the full length of the policy. Visit GEICO DOT com slash. Give back for Info an eligibility at GEICO DOT COM. I will we'll do more. Karen Talk Tomorrow. I feel like there's going to be fertile soil. 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no one else ever w broke is limited to only three hundred copies had to control the drinks dot com today to get a copy of the road or gift for the holidays hurry we will yeah I know but I don't think I don't think it's I don't think it's close I still don't think it's close I'd say for Dr Drew Thought Your name was Max combated then five foot three this what behead Honi hungry Asian pig we wrote trips and sleeps in a draw thirty with the as nervous as as I've ever been walking into a room a she ordered that listen cousin sal you you met Jimmy the one day I have no here's why would you WanNa do that person the times when right good things about your down that's not the case and talk world how to properly measure a piece ah I live in exotic lifestyle and maxi pads Maxi pads aren't a big high school thing anyway kids will grab that lowest hanging fruit to the last yeah of course I know Bob but I don't know who bob is and then I realized five minutes and Oh it's Bobcat Goldthwait and I don't know what to do and they're having a conversation and I over at when I invited you over to watch football you met Jimmy it's GonNa be you and Jimmy doing this interview for the man show so you don't have anything to be nervous about you're not or whatever your name is the walk Salama whatever he's ordering maximum pat is closer than walks allow magin imagine a eighties Filipino. manhole school trip followed around the state's got a big appetite likes to clean his real name but it's not Damasec damage Shit Oh yeah no I yeah I was I was in fact I'm sorry I don't WanNa get in your way Max Johnny and now what am I going to do and then there's another raise any kind of looking guy and I placed five minutes into the conversation and they say of course you know Bob and I say Wow Donald Jeff I'm devastated was that was a nice one yeah a little bit better than Walk Salama Yeah whatever our kids and I walk in and it's Jimmy Kimmel and it's also Daniel Kelsen and it's also Adam Corolla who now I'm now oh now he's insert myself into it and somehow find myself telling the story of like yeah 'cause Kimmel says damage that sounds like a homicide detective or something and I say in third grade a couple things working against you one is most all stages of just black and they don't really have a defining edge it's just black it just sort of Lee yeah that's a big fall so I gotta tell Ya as a dude who's been on stage a lot walk out on stage when the house lights are up or they're doing a sound check whatever don't notice when the lights go down in the spotlight hits you in the face you don't really misery because the kids would call me you have a bad word in your last name they've damn a check dam people who live in a shack tell the whole story and I as we'll have to toil and really burn down verbally but how how our what's our first story Mex- pat so on Thursday last week lady Gaga She's a residency in Vegas and just like you Adam she likes to do a lot of crowd work walk walk Salama loves your mom which was really good I'm naming you after Feminine Product these guys are for the damn stage so I can get back up she gets back on the stage sits down at the piano invites the fan who's now crying to sit next devastate they don't throw mattresses or spare tires down on the floor either guard rails and drunk people hitting Kelsey grammer it wasn't the best one ever he walked is all the time and they don't they don't owe beamed from Kevin and bean fell off stadium a lot of guys they and they don't it's not like they put some dated big ask till like perform an impromptu stunt essentially with a fan who's not prepped or you have no idea if this guy's strong vol- or and and she she announces to the Audience Internet do not destroy this Guy Everything's tells them everything's GonNa be okay Jason comparison's sake did Gabe weep after the backpack incident who gave isn't sure it really see anything and the last thing you WanNa do is a performers look down when you're walking around so you have all these kind of conspiring against you and it happens she jumped on him and was bouncing response but he doesn't that one this one's squarely on her very came clean leave everyone's okay leads into the black it's like a cyclorama it just fades away and you have a spotlight in your face I I don't think people most people and I got one kid was like bitch mop and I'm like all right I mean I suppose to be insulted by that I do love people uh-huh who gave us all right what else are a six year old Minnesota boy was missing for nearly ten hours the way they did find him though was a drone a drone with her smarter technology went to the sky bow and cops are saying that's the only way that we would have found it the guy is horrified the fan is Jack He's horrified they always curious she gets to the mic right away and she just goes everything's okay the only thing that's not okay so we need some stairs you have this cocktail of black stage spotlight and your face I don't have to watch Paul so she she they get up he Dari back your bags damn person who lives in a shack and here I sit with Max Pat I got Crayola in a Cornfield the last one out there and over six hundred volunteers turned out to find him they couldn't according to plan we'll we'll play the video here and you could you could see hurt straddling this Guy Oh and they're they're kind of full speed straight off like as though he was doing and Margaret fell off like in Raleigh it's going to happen because really happen again don't don't we like I know everyone's scared about big brother but when Mike is getting back in the car with Gabe early access at six forty five in the morning because he doesn't have his passport and can't continue on his journey without a piece of paper with a small picture of his face on it like you're going hit is she brought up a fail from she brings up a fan on stage and she dances in the way she dances and then she just jumps on them started grinding on it but things did not go through Nazi Germany in the forties or something could we just up this can we get I would take the chip I wouldn't take darnold scam I will take Aksa Pat it's nowhere near my last name why would anybody call me Max pat to beans and molasses locks Monica right at Patrick mahomes themselves topic Oh took me bad news the news the last thing to go heard that sorry interesting well since we're talking about the shining kind of coming back there's another movie that they're they're booting into a feature and is that these drone so technology again yeah is we should cause think picking picturing Jack Nicholson what is Barney you remember Barney the Purple Dinosaur there Daniel Columbia from get out is is producing this movie yeah you're the sequel to the Shining Oh really here yeah yeah Dr Sleep I'm down as an adult no it's Gregor in shining ended up that way yeah I can I call on the knows it we have so much we have enough technology for this stuff to like never oh universe just make a feature called stuff you've heard of and dominates the box just stuff you've heard of stuff called Hey I know that we have vans shoes the movie they just put one of those and then they now we should always know where they are right put a chip in everybody for real and also with regarding the drone I was just thinking about this my my ten year old chip in your kid will you know where he is you'll be able to find him do they for real I know this is but the isis guys who are escaping take something is okay he doesn't need to forgive himself that's kind of on her like pulling this story I'm a fly in the wall looking at myself saying what's the hell do you want to get a job as a comedy writer and this is yours and he says Barney was ubiquitous figure in many of our childhoods then disappeared in the shadows left misunderstood or excite explore this compelling modern day he pro and see if there's a message of I love you you love me can stand the test of time joining hot wheels and Barbie as the new mattel expend inside your car right before this yeah you guys had fried chicken fried chicken a move moved always young Claude van Damme she could not believe that they fly blimps how do they get those photos from on high over football stadiums the blimp is their people doug fir she goes could you promptly something could you forgive yourself right now for what just happened she say they sing a song he sits nectar and everything's okay though yeah the big dumb balloon over every state well could you're paying for that yeah I think they're trying to get the advertising yeah I get it but stop rules I don't try that that was awesome right we can produce the Wrigley's that would we go snickers bar the movie or fun sized snickers bar maybe that's a short this is this this is why this would work maybe like everybody gets that everybody understands Adam everybody's been there everyone knows I you guys know what an undershirt is whatever and then you will know where we are like the tennis ball I think they got a chip and the tennis ball fair in a row I've put it people but chips in their dogs relatable we've all been big in the South Oh you know as walking in the office I saw pine cone on the Ground Pinecone is right Marzena you've heard of Oh y- interior of your car the movie if the you know about from some other time that you're where I don't know what's your Stepdad's name her all right let's make it that income the movie just keeps going I don't live meetings over the years nobody would get that which is another lateral move it's like that's a Crayon Mica help pack Brian or bishops the movie Wow yeah we just get half the people under shirt is into the theater that's the number one movie of the year the Barbie and the Barney in whatever as I've said many times in a world where the lego movie is a fucking instant classic anything's on the anything anything oh now here's my whole thing you're allowed to re make Barbie movie and you're allowed to make clueless TV show or the Archie or whatever it is I know why are we having a vein shoes movie I you know so I I got fourteen year old kids they come out they're all wearing that sounds great but this is the movie we reimagined seller I'm onto the formula it's all the movie Oh cuticle or pinecone number one this Barbie movie that's coming out by Warner Brothers as Margot Robbie starring you know what we all like to laugh light blimps they still do that and it's a great question why what is the need for blimps and newish traveling blamed anymore manse Malcolm on now okay I see the potato hold on I'm just I'm GonNa Roll Hot pockets the movie come on US Bush we've all got them gum tried to remember that Shit right the living room right bright right on terra firma and then he went wrote the movie battleship but it's still unclear to me whether it was battleship from save men the GEICO Cavemen TV show battleship the movie like all right I mean you're just using the name but then it was about aliens invade what Ulis I was listening to Kevin Bean last week in talking about clueless the TV show or the movie that they're redoing they're making a TV. Oh John Macgregor McGregor I trust you either way growing up Danny Turin's you know the call right right but nothing to do with you know be seven may mean girls sorry clueless going to be new TV series for CBS mean girls so a couple of weeks ago we had Bill Gertz on you guys talked about the whole NBA in China that that bizarre story well the worst feeling a name was rattling ship remember that ten years ago battleship the really perhaps this side of the Charles Meets Riverdale dramatic take on high school comedy centered on the character played by Stacey Dash offers fan raised almost forty three thousand dollars and they're going to hand out stand with Hong Kong t shirts at the Lakers opener he he did I don't want all the reimagining make a new fucking movie because that's not Barbie that we well we're making Barbie movie except for has nothing to do with on a boat and I said why should to write battleship us like our show wherever alien had to go to outer space in his response to the whole China I don't like the part about Lebron James where he's obviously beholden to the money and the manufacturer Nike and everything explaining that the general manager of the rockets needs to educate himself now we're into some weird territory because okay all right well gee bash by right her husband said I believe Hunter Biden and then she took a swing we can we can we say can we make rules like we started with the rolling memorials porcelain punisher I think they were just talking about all that fine and the factory can't really say anything because it's a huge revenue stream for him and I get it the part where he gives the press conference that guy is educated he said something that was patently true and you guys are worried about your paychecks so you're going to crap all over his true is that one of the Pete Berg when he was writing that movie and he said I have to hang up going out Iran needs to educate himself not the general manager who standing with the Hong Kong he's got to educate himself now it's getting demeaning which is seven dollars in this crowd funding thing any raised forty three thousand almost double this goal before donations were disabled disabled and the page described the plot as effective slash hilarious and goes on to detail the political reasons for the protests in Hong Kong and Yeah this is all in response to Lebron James Hands I ate sleep dot com every podcast has a mattress add let's face it but there's thousands of them only one uses and then explaining needs to educate himself yeah thank you thank you hero condescending it meant yes yes on Friday the NBA announced that they're going to stop I mean I maybe you no one knows how things would play out you know I every time I talked to mark Geragos and maybe you can find Lebron talent we have a press conference on that but okay whenever I talked to mark arrogance and I say to him mark these things live and die in three or four working days and and by the way trump will say something stupid and seventy two hours and it'll all be gone Kathy Griffin is having a new a press conference she's crying and screaming he's a few days and we'll we'll we'll just move on he says we every time Yes yes what are these people doing all right the guy from Houston makes a comment sensitive knock you super-rich and out of touch is forty three thousand dollars a lot of sort of lots of most pe- person for for shirts yet so what what happened was he he had a goal of twenty in to kill me that tears the band aid off it and now to open wound again and Navarine covers the press conference what did you stay in your Condo for tweet out there like staying with Hong Kong this let it let it die this leave it alone just walk away walk away and in twenty four hours it'll be complete are GonNA silence all comments about trying to moving forward Gawk while they're in China so they've they've already made can can I say this Susan characters correct centered on her oh rats according to Dan yeah she punched her husband or something yeah Hasbro or just what it takes on a paddle borrow that name that familiarity you're talking to it was the hidden yell form ten hours is like forty degrees and yeah they took their yeah but ends okay yeah the I heard hot pocket of core I rest my case and we're in production oh sailing solution I know you know what that is all we know people contact Ramona Role Celery celery is Italy gone now you gotta go gotta address it he's got apologize you have to do some half ass it's a Rubik's cube that never works out because China's evil and you guys are getting tons of money from China so there's no way to spin this that doesn't end up landing in your lap as broken eggs you are so right about so your local autozone store for more details one more Max bad right well Mike August anything wasn't educated on on on the situation at hand and and he spoke and so many people could have been armed now I gotta educate himself usually so oppressed people usually very good at press conferences relating worthwhile I like he opened a school that's great they'll think about China's you guys are getting money from an evil regime and you need you can awesome Lana Max nobody would come up with that well obviously didn't go to school with the verbal genius I don't know I'm not looking for an argument but the bulk of the last twenty years Lebron James has done a lot of stuff that he didn't have to do with his platform and he's done a lot of good to win a trip to see me in Las Vegas well it's easy to get five quarts of castrol edge over at the autozone use your rewards automatic so I don't believe I WanNa get into award word or sentence feud Darrell Darrell more but I believe you now it's a thing now it's the top story not strikes right here so here's a sorry here's Lebron keep the money but spare the lecture that's all just zip it move on just keep walking all right sorry let me hit Castro that's why I want to say when a chance speech yes we all do have freedom of speech but at times there are ramifications for the negative that can happen when you're not thinking about others in only y'all think much yourself and I'm gonNA shoot them an email and see what's going on over there okay Mr has an opinion on every think rich hypocrites Gli be entered to win a three day two night trip to see me in Vegas November coming up for Sima so go down to autozone get some cats enraged motorists brawled with a truck driver in the middle of the Staten Island Expressway then bashed the truckers big with a baseball bat and a wild road rage attack my problem was you gave me this name when we were recording your audio book sitting in that Booth Rod Dawson is and you call me Mac daddy used to call me mocks Alaka and a Maxa bad well Mike August is on the freeway looking for stuff and that's pretty dangerous to do but not as dangerous as there's some pretty bad road rage out in Staten Island the national physically emotionally spiritually so just be careful what we tweet and we say and what we do even though yes we do have free speech there can be the band back headshot bad yeah yeah I know I slow in should've he's just deny it until people move on to something else how does exist tweet sure a few people in China oh I'm Roberto Duran I gave you a body shot and show you wince going right back to the body you could've been don't when I should've been should've smiled that wins ruined my life strategy dubious as though was clubber Lang tickets Ziti like or just wait until it cools down then it'll go down just fine this thing like Gotti the soup right now if Donald Trump has taught the world anything is the gamble when he gets out of the cab down to move Ami says it's a guy it's just a guy who slightly built with longish hair and pink so that's a pretty good stance no it's not by the way if you're driving a civic and wearing pink velour jumpsuit I did he couldn't be knocked out in the first fight that one would have been twenty five minute 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Larry miller stops by for the hypothetical road trip game and now we know you have lots of choices for podcasts and we thank you for listening to adam karol. Yeah get it off. Get it on no judgment again a mandate you get it on man. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. We love that about you right. Gina grads right handle handled ryan bingo. Santo dolores all right so <hes> hypothetical road trip. We got a lot of good contenders this week so so <hes> i'm excited about that <hes> i wanted to talk about interesting thing. I'm working with the young peter who's <hes> a heading off to go to berkeley in a day or so but he's a philosophy major something about philosophy. Oh i always looked at philosophies guy the cape and he's like holding us call looking at it yeah and what i what i've realized is like stoic philosophy and stuff like that. It's it should be a part of your life. It should be a part of today's society. It's it's it's old but it's old like like doing exercise is good for you. In part of were bursting pursing the seems a little bit is not enough of that sort of personal mental philosophical. What's right what is right to do. What's what what what's right versus wrong forget about all the outside forces and so i had this conversation with peter because we're building building a home theater and one's gonna be ready tallies asking. I said to him i said to him. I i am a few marching orders and then i leave rip this would he kinda screwed something up not badly. It didn't matter but i did say to him something something in his hell tae what his response was saying. There's a piece of wood. There's a piece of one by five would and he's having to put it up and it really didn't make any difference whether he put it up facing this way or facing racing that way meaning it's like it's like if you let's say you're putting baseboard in your house and the baseboard was just the same shape if there's five inches tall all three quarters inch wide and it was the same and you go well. It wouldn't really matter what side you put on the ground and what side you put up versus what side or you flip the other way but what i said to him and i'd like you guys to always think about. This is even incomplete random end of situations for there's a situation where you're like. We're going to walk to the liquor store. Its exactly half mile. If you go that way and it's exactly half mile for you go the other way show who cares. There's always other elements involved. Maybe it's hot and the one the one way has a little more shade. Shrink little more a little more or one store tougher neighborhood or when one when you pop out at the liquor store your back liquor shortly after walk around to the front or something. There's something thing and so i said to him. I told you to rip this piece a one by down to size. I told you to rip off the side that had rounded over kind of broken edges. We call this not sharp edge and he said yeah. I fucked up a rip. The other side and i said it doesn't make a difference for what were doing but get in the habit of stopping. All the time in going is better way and statistics statistics because i think about it statistically. When's it ever going to be fifty fifty. When's it going to be exactly. There's no benefit one way or the other now before. When i was talking about putting down this piece of base board maybe there's a not on one side of it and it would show through the pain if you flipped it over and put it against the wall that it'd be it. Most these things nothing's fifty fifty statistically it'd be pretty tough a little bit one way or something here in italian most the ninety ten things are super easy to figure out. They're just they're soup. The ninety nine hundred ten things the more the fifty fifty is like <hes> <hes>. We're going to vegas where we drive in vegas. We fly well by the time you go to l._a._x. And you go through security and sometimes their flight delays yeah but what if you hit traffic but okay that's a little more more fifty fifty when it go when it comes to new york then that's at ninety nine one person we're flying. Most things are somewhere in between and and and and oftentimes not super obvious and you will if you would you so so get in the habit so i was saying all this to <hes> peter. I was like i said get in the habit of when you come to a crossroads as something something where it's like. Does it matter if i do. This doesn't matter that. I guess it doesn't matter either way. Stop yourself examine it and try to figure out the fifty one forty nine nine one. Just get in the habit of just a percentage point better than someone could go but it doesn't matter it doesn't does. It's you making decisions and it helps on the other ones. It helps the ones that are higher or lower because you're constantly in this mode and if you can fig if you can tell we can can all tell the difference between a ninety and a ten but if you can tell the difference between fifty two and forty eight or fifty and a half and forty nine and a half half now you've honed your instrument now. You're sharp so every time you do something. There's always a there's always a way that is a percentage point better way to do it when when you do carpentry a lot it's a lot of like well cut that piece of plywood down to thirty the two inches and put it on top of the riser. I'm always like cut the other end. I want to factory in to the outside and so it was like why because the cut and is not going gonna be as nice with the handsaw with the circular saws and i could read nice factory and the cut in i want against the wall because no one's going to see that factory in oviedo outside show win so figure out what sides of factory edges and take the factory at your push that output up little yeah well with these decisions. I imagine agile. Maybe maybe you're. You're that good new inherently. Don't you have to be burned once. I'd once you have to be burn was like that's the lesson that's. I'll never messed that up again. Yeah helps you touch touch that pam top just once it helps in construction. It happens all the time and you get mad at yourself and i just said to him. It's never going to be exactly statistically fifty fifty. It'll this never be that. It's always going to be a little bit and so every every single time you just stop and even if it doesn't matter you get in the habit yeah you go through the process and do it and he said yeah. That's what makes you a philosopher. Also i quit philosophers philosophers would do that's a philosophy. That's a philosophy thing. Is he majoring in philosophy. Yeah yeah but it's again. It's like i don't know i don't know we talk about the word juvenile having a weird connotation to it because i think of juvie juvie hall juvenile hall and stuff like that never to be ironically but it's good man. I mean when you when you have have to deal with someone who's into philosophy again not not hippie. I don't feel like working philosophy but like really philosophy apply these principles of the thing or do you do. You love working with those people. You don't get weird excuses. You don't get weird notions. You get a lot of reality -ality on realities terms. It's you don't get you get you get prompt. You get honest like you get a lot of really killer qualities. It's sort of like he was in the military rasoul than high school. You get those same kinds of qualities they because they govern themselves so because you can't escape yourself yeah they're they're not heard followers when it comes to all this backlash stuff on college campuses ironically the philosophy majors are probably the ones holding their ground interesting. I'd be curious how that how that that work. Yes you'd think they'd be the tip of the spear but as i think about it not not young peter anyway a year so he's evolved probably traffic. Every transition must have a great joke from steve martin back in his early stand up days would say as a philosophy major in college which is great so i i can open up a philosophy store. After the idea. There was a very not now. I'm still my mom would argue that you kind of studies profitable all right now. Larry's out there. There's going. I you know at whole hold larry for a second. I was gonna play this clip. Somebody sent me clip as i've been screaming about for a million years <hes> what's going on with allergies. There's no way this is just cropped up work doing it to ourselves all rich whitey bathing and parral can't be good exposer got exposed insane it and saying it and saying it and everyone's been whack i'll tell you when you have a kid especially when you have twins nonstop parral talk. I don't touch don't pick up. The kid got sanitized before you any <music> on the flip side. We're leaving tessa with with grandma arrive next week for a vacation wrong dark week and chris. He's mom says senator senator school lunch obviously going to send her school the peanut butter and jelly sandwich chris. He's like if you want her to get expelled like hard line against well. We're gonna find out where the where it all came from. Play this clip. I saw and send it to me online. Thanks national post. Here's a fun fact about the amish. They don't really get allergies. That's right while you city. Dwellers are making a lunch run for dairy free. Gluten free sugar free nut free vegan kale wraps. Most amish rush can chow down on whatever a twenty twelve studying amish children in indiana found that only seven percent had some kind of allergy sensitization compared to thirty six percent of american children as a whole. This is an important fact because if you haven't noticed the allergy rate in the western world is getting kind of nuts. The united states shellfish allergies have gone up forty percent in just the last fifteen years and not allergies have quadruple and the u. K. hospital admissions for allergies have gone a five five hundred percent since nineteen ninety with british children also undergoing a fivefold increase in the rates of peanut allergies so what's going on. Why are the amish heavily chugging chugging milkin breathing poland. The rest of us can't so much look at a plate of pad thai for one thing. We haven't been parenting. Our kids ranked for a long time. The advice vice was to not expose your kids to potentially harmful allergens until they were older. Parents were told not to feed their kids peanuts until age three for instance. Now it turns south. This was all wrong by denying children early exposure to allergens. It was actually causing them to become allergic. One particularly illuminating study study looked at the peanut allergy rates among jewish children in israel and jewish children in the u._k. They're both jewish. Serology rates should be about the same rights wrong. The british kids had a rate of peanut allergy's ten times higher than the israeli kids. The reason israelis were chowing down on peanuts as babies for brits weren't getting and peanuts toddlers. The result was that by the time many brits got their first taste of peanut. Their bodies couldn't handle it. It turns out. There's a brief window window of time after you're born in which your body is super receptive to unfamiliar foods and wolf react to them miss that window and boom. You're allergic. That's why groups like the united states. National institute of allergy and infectious diseases are now advising parents to load up their kids potentially allergenic food including peanut butter her before the age of six months another explanation for our now spiking allergy rates is called the hygiene hypothesis the justice that by living super you for sanitized epa fields or pure l. lives. We are becoming increasingly fragile people unable to stomach even our own food. Some of the most compelling evidence that farm children children are consistently less allergenic than children living in cities. Same is true of rich countries for poor countries. Two thousand seven study in the american journal of respiratory and critical critical care medicine found that the more developed the country the higher worthy rates of allergy induced asthma of the places probed by the study. The city with one of the lowest rates of allergic asthma was mumbai india a place known for many things with cleanliness not being one of them. The phenomenon has even been notice among migrants immigrants from a low allergy country like turkey or egypt move to a western country like canada or the united states then when they have their first. I kids in the west. Those kids are just as racked with allergies. Asthma as other kids in their playschool allergies are caused by your immune system mistaking harmless things for pathogens and then shifting into high gear to battling the hygiene hypothesis holds that those of us in the west aren't giving our immune systems proper workout so it's essentially shorting out in treating everything like a threat. You're never going to completely get rid of allergy. Our amish kids is up all right. Look everybody everybody get it. Do you want to hear anything else about what the experts have to tell us the experts they had to fucking food. Pyramid meant flipped upside down the experts. The experts are telling us that <hes> the homeless population only sixteen percent of them have issues hughes was substance the high cost of living. You wanna hear what else the fucking experts say or don't wanna fucking listen to grandma who knew what was going on. They'll change their message every ten years with a straight face. Oh let me tell you something gina okay. I'm boy. Everything is fear based raced. It's all fucking fear based. It's all fear it's all fucking. Russians hacked our election now that komo trump's a clansman he's white. He's he's whistled. This giant surge of white supremacy and clans activities are surging in our country and our mitts and just the fucking bees are coming. The killer bees are coming. Everything's coming. Your kid gets used. It's all fucking fear based. It's all fairbanks. Everything's fear you get people motivated. You don't go. Hey do the right thing or you use or whatever no. It's we will scare you. It's all fucking mother's nightmare. It's all the moms are doing the shopping. Our job is to scare the shit out of the moms now just the moms who have the money money. We don't care about the poor brown mom so the black moms ironic hippo filters. Their kids are healthier but let's get the moms. Let's get the moms have the money to get the moms completely fear base. They're set to fear that they are on a they are fear sponges that just go off lease. Bring the fear to me please. It's my mother's nightmare to not have parral for my fucking kids so i'm fear based now proctor and gamble and the government government and everyone else you scare me and then i'll take some money and i'll go somewhere and i'll get these products and do all of this and of course it becomes a multi billion dollar business now at a certain point then later on when the kids are dying of white lung and we figured out that sprang all the sunscreen on their face and all over the bodies permeated their skin and poisoner fucking their blood system then there'll be another lawsuit or something and then the moms will get scared about that and then they'll double back and one and a half testing for the kids to see because there's a class action lawsuit because procter and gamble made sunscreen gene and praying and this kid breathe it in but then on the label it said you should hold a handkerchief in front of your mouth but no one ever did. It's just fear fear fear and more fucking king fear equals pay me. That's how it works. All all the true crime shows that says get some eyeballs. Let's sell some and by the way once we get all the nutty broads watching all the true crime shows. We're going to sell them some pure al salam sunscreen. We're attackers. We're gonna. It's anyone else figure this out. Why do we go along. Why do we go along with plenty complicit. The media is also because every get the news services every day. Every two months turns out coffee is bad for your nervous turns out copies great for your heart copies every two months as a completely red wine bad for your arteries redwoods great for for your branches always a conflict there always running with it like it's breaking news. I know again breaking news. Aaron eaten snack wells and margarine because we're trying to they do the right thing diet right. Just everyone you you know what the answer is. Just whatever the fucking amish do they're fine that is that was never the raise sabarno shut up and listen. I don't know i get that fear cells and i get people have a gear ear for fear because there's two there's there's two types of attention that people like they. He like any kind of attention honestly but also there's no middle ground of attention really what what there is is. You are the best <hes> or you have a target on your back. They're both attention one. Is that feels good. The other feels bad but it's a more direct type of attention. If you really think about it and if you here by the way you don't believe it if you want to see the same same thing same mouth the biggest pompous ass is s athletes on the planet like in the n._f._l. They're going hey man we. We got a target on our back. The whole league is gone in for us. There's nobody but the people in this room they believe believe in us and the surco now. I'm the best and that's why i have a target. Oh this is all this is all roads lead to narcissism being the best and or having a target on your back thus thus fear is is a narcissistic dot. This is what people do and this is what motivates and so all we do is try to scare the fuck out of everybody tears for fears fears years for fears brian. Now i don't know are we cut smart enough. At this point tonight. Fucking dive on every dollar that's got a piece of fishing string tied to it. That's on the sidewalk after we've skinned our knees the last thousand days in a row diving for that dollar. Are we just going to go for it again the every fucking time the news agents or proctor and gamble or whomever just toss us out this thing we just got a fucking dive on it every time every time like like like the fish who says the other guys like we're not falling for that lure again. Ooh look exactly every time and i've had conversations with oh. No they got you know you know. The kids got a shower before they go to bed now down who cares. It's always it's mistake. There's two things one is. Oh you don't care yeah which is true but the reason i don't care it's because the shower doesn't make fucking difference it neither disappear al and it's also going to hurt them big big picture but when are we going to stop diving for the next one. That's all i'm saying i don't. I don't give a shit what comes out next. I'm just going to go about my fucking life life and we never stop and it's and the reason dawson you haven't fifty years welby chicks. I think i think i covered cover this but this chick think it's not dude think and we've convinced a lot of fucking soft dudes the chicks and that's where we're at right now. Oh everybody and if you wanna know why it's an epidemic. It used to be a balance. It is no longer balance there. Plenty lesbian couples or one of them has a cock <music> plenty of fucking lesbian couples where one is swinging a ball and cock this just an every bit his fucking chickens. You could imagine they are like fucking. I know lesbian couples where one of them has a deck and i won't say which one thank you dawson i did i did i catch this which chapter this too soon after to all right. Should we bring larry in or well all right. Go ahead and read garnering line. The next thing removed was peanuts. Now i know a lot of you. Assholes have a friend who works with someone who was date raped by a guy who's stepson was in cub cub scouts with a kid. Who's half brother is allergic to peanuts. Feel sorry for that kid but that doesn't mean the other two thousand kids in his school should be denied the simple pleasure of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich once again. We have put the individual ahead of the group. How many of these kids truly have nut allergy. I'm not saying there's no such thing as a kid who would go into anaplastic shock if you keep her to pay day. I'm saying our paranoia has turned a rare occurrence into a full-blown epidemic. My kid's it's preschool adopted a no nuts policy. I'm happy to report that last year when they asked me to m._c. Charity bake sale. I explained to them that i also have a no nuts. That's policy. I don't m. c. Bake sales for paranoid nut jobs. How was it i managed to be warehouse at one of the largest junior highs in the country with neria korea kid allergic to peanuts and now every third kid on my block has to carry a fucking syringe full of epa and benevolent. I thank you have we changed physiologically in that short. A period of time or is it as i suspect an emotional change i saw an episode of sixty minutes a couple years ago where a team of doctors came up with paste to feed the malnourished children of are you sitting down africa. The paste consisted of powdered altered sugar powdered milk and peanut butter. It was called plumpy nut and was so effective that it brought entire villages from the brink of death up to the health standards enders of america colonial america during the interview in the doctor was boasting about this amazing achievement anderson cooper asked but what about the peanut allergy's. He's the doctor explained. It's not a problem there so why is it that kids who are severely malnourished and basically the immune system of a rat at an aids hospice aren't aren't allergic to peanuts. I contend it's because they have real problems. We've run out of real problems. So now we manufacturer invisible once we we now live in a society where everything's an emergency and we won't acknowledge a difference between the people who get hives from peanuts and the ones whose wind pipes will swell. Well shut so who shall we blame. I blame us because we caved the hypochondriac redbook reading oprah watching crystal rubbing whole food shopping survivor of incest moms hand. They're pussy whipped attorney husbands. Wow ten years ago powerful russian dawson. Thank you but don't listen to me. What the fuck do i know jesus christ hey larry. I adam pillow larry. The larry miller's in studio to play the hypothetical road trip game. I've listened a few of those on <hes> what's that podcast corollas passed by geo endocrine very well very well executed more notes on how to execute that podcast. I now the couple small nets. That's all so not not editing now. These are talent based performance rogan in stanhope to you know like you said not everything fifty fifty you gotta find a forty nine fifty one all right so we have hypothetical road trip. We we have <hes>. We have <hes> my liked tweets. We have we have oh. There's a garden article talking about more people people not using so we're on the same theme. I don't know you want to read the first passage or that. It's just people people are saying nope too so yeah it. It can turn into nipsy russell stay. Yes i'm pulling. I'm pulling the article up now but the just published this week and and everybody's been talking a it's called. I don't smell meet. The people who have stopped washing a growing number of people are suing soap entrusting bacteria to do the job instead in in an entire industry has sprung up to accommodate them and it's talking about guys who haven't showered or bathed in fifteen years but role models no body odor on these people. Well you know one thing. I have learned i learned early was zits. You'd see all these commercials rackets growing up like oh man you gotta get the neutrogena soap and you got to scrub scrub hard. You gotta get that they get the pumice this stuff that has the ground up apricot seeds in it and you scrape off that first layers it and clean out the ports a port luck which you have for lunch pizza pizza. Yeah you see the oily slick scouting the bridgier. Did you know anything about physiologic. Biologists talk about artsy major. I'm sorry yeah you bite. The pizza has got the oil oil wears oil. Go comes out. You're not totally you gotta. You gotta scrape scrape it. All the all it did was agitate. Inflame everything and sort of everything bessinger is basically leave it alone or give it a little dab oxy ten and go to bed your whole bodies kind of that way like the more you go at it more now. That's your asshole. Give that a nice white but what i'm saying like when you go at parts of your body your body then pushes back but yes wiseman. Adam corolla was pointed out the absurdity and i agree of like fitness models or models for whoever people in great shape. Here's what you lose weight. Here's the way it's like. You're fucking genetically blessed with a beautiful body of course you know how to keep the weight off. Genetics wouldn't that ebi obvious answer to people who i don't smell. It's like yeah you probably you probably a bloodline that produces less farallones hormones reverend your goddamn armpits. Some people really smell. You ever driven a cab. People can smell well. Let's leave this weeds out of this as most thinking i said can. I don't remember pitching. We know we know this. Sarah appointed was it. Some people genetically do have a predisposition asian for that just like they do in the gut flora and the fauna in the bowel. Some people farts not so bad others bat. There's a predisposition to that. I think what the what the science is saying is if you have that condition. The scrubbing doesn't help mitt. It exacerbates it now. I'm not same don't put on deodorant before you leave the house but i think the constant scrubbing brings out more of whatever your bad wiring is larry adam hypothetical road trip dame. Also somebody sent me a song. That was the theme song i was looking for. The van is that theme song are cruising night cruising nightwear find that we never found it. We found a different version of it which is not the wednesday night as cruising night and <hes> van eyes is and then someone sent me my super depressing. We can hear the song the one that person sent me at least oh plenty lie said through thousand seven can't tell this is back accurate. This is back when you were just you could take up three quarters of a movie or any detective show showing a good looking guy driving confidently like that was all you needed like you brought your whole episode of mannix guy. He's a no mustang. He looks like he knows where go is a. I asked dr in house looking confident. Gotta an story. I've good ride a good chin good shape in the seventies or to pretty pretty women who look at each other and laugh. Yes you know what i'm going to file for my nursery for mrs. Not a bad song. Cooks scrap the van i. I wonder if the guy was painting this song how winning oh okay perhaps horrible north tally would need the two syllables is going down to cruise van nuys boulevard. Ooh oh yeah say night was kris. Ignite and van on direction apparently well the turnaround ago the other direction all right larry miller. I know the jews love to cruise uh-huh on my family quest the jews loved occurs and who doesn't you guys wearing yarmulkes 's and a lower lowered impala hala and then we turn and smile at each other in politics call it a roof all right so <hes> racked up those van dan star cynthia would nine thousand nine hundred seventy four playmate of the year look at her shot all right. We have a hypothetical goal <hes> road trip to play with fire it up the hypothetical notre game the game where there are no hello wrong answers okay larry and we'll start easy to let me just say i know you'll start easy and let me just say i'm ready. I like to <hes>. I like to get out of the gate with some momentum. You do stand up. You'll be doing stand up at laughs with ball bryan ryan. Yes okay that's coming up on november november and i'll be there so you get out of the gate with strong joke right yup. Get that get that audience going always right and that's what i'm doing here. I get it gives 'cause you confidence. It gives the audience confident. That's what i'm gonna do here with our hypothetical drive from the santa monica pier epcot center in florida. That's right off with with a layup. You're ready. Yes adult male who saw detective pika chew in theaters but did not bring his kids simply went alone loan to see the peak at you. Detective movie alone or woman who protests dressed as handmade from handmaid's tale justice offered <hes> first of all you did start easy yup because any guy who goes to that that movie alone without his kids is too desperate and ill to ever be with on a road trip for more than one hundred yards <hes> i i would never drive with him from well santa monica to epcot center more from santa monica from santa monica to santa monica and a half mhm wouldn't do any of that. I will always take that woman in the well slightly crazy fashion out for because every time i got sick of it i can remind myself yes but i didn't have to drive with the guy who went to the movie like a lunatic larry because that was that was an easy. Hey what airtight. I got apologize because you did have that one right. Yeah i just found out that that guy directed directed the failed and he was there to watch you can work from a critical standpoint and he could have given you a lot of work. Come on an actor larry. It was just a guy no problem you win hands down but i was just informed at that guy actually directed the pika chew film. It's a pretty he big ryan. Reynolds released thrown. I mean you're fine character actor. He could throw some work. Your way absolutely would have been an incredible networking. Ah opportunity on the road for a week. Well let me ask you larry i again you were right. I just informed who guy was one question. Yes you were just informed. I had an inkling as i was driving in today but but i didn't know until moments ago i had the same in. I'm so sorry larry so i was about to have brian hit the we had a sound but oh it's okay. I told him to hit well. You were right technically some i._d. Now every different outcome come on man that was that was close tight but this specific person he does a lot of animated films voiceover easy money here on. I mean larry larry. A lot of money left all right and let's just let's pick up the pieces okay guy who's already in this middle of june middle of august. The guy's already picked out his halloween cost. You said don't mail the he is not not a director. I wanna be clear okay. He is picked out his his halloween costume already or guy who loves to go on golfing trips with his wife that lost a little bit really you kind of sprung back at the end there you know what though i have to say similar to the last one any guy who's thinking about his halloween costume and has already picked one out in august for halloween at the end of october. Uber is nuts and i and i don't want to be with the guy who's nuts <hes>. I really don't wait a minute. Eh it was more than would have been better would have been locked. It in the guy who loves loves going on engulfing trips with his wife is in constant communication with his wife so his phone is constantly ringing like when you travel with dr actor drew all you hear is him on the phone with his wife trying to get off the phone with his wife with the succession of okay we'll do we'll do. We'll will do all right well then we'll do well see ladies if you hear will do or i'll see you then three times in a wrap it up. Wrap it up there trying to get the fuck off okay well. Then i'll see you then we'll do okay. We'll do okay well. I'll see it's funny. He'll get he'll get rebooted. That's that's that's. That's the thing he'll he'll go. We'll do see that all right. We'll do okay well. I haven't seen jordan's retainer nine s delia okay. We'll do once in a while. He gets rebooted with question but well okay see that so. This guys constantly going to be on the phone was wipe but he's gonna wanna get off the phone. She'll be checking in every mile marker. Oh we entered arizona today today. Call his wife and he's going to drag you into it on facetime on skype say larry larry way i remember he's your friend and i could just kill him and i could one of the main thing is under the dashboard in philip marlowe movie and you know know what i i know how hellish that can be but i still say no a guy a guy who picks and i know you you bust me wrong. You is wanted you spend some time picking halloween costumes. Let's one more than figure this out all right guy. We've talked about this guy. The guy uh-huh hikes through runyon canyon. He's got no shirt on but he is wearing a vast but it's a weighted vest and he's making sure that everyone knows is that hiking the mere act of hiking not enough for this guy to wait himself down the weighted vest guy you picture in this guy. Oh yes might have a man bun going. We don't know and director well. We gotta wait till larry answer so eh that information comes in and or guy who tasted jack fruit which is like a meat substitute and is never going back to meet again. He takes it at one time. He's never going back. I can't travel with a guy who has bad food tastes. I can't do it. I don't wanna stop here. Oh go through the middle of an alabama where he's got to go. Find this stand forty miles off off the road right. I yeah i can't do it obvious so i will men bon aside which would normally be capital offense. Now i get the food is a big deal. When any travel yeah i would say no never out to the guy with the bad food tastes. Come on come on come on first off. You make perfect sense too much sense. Even though you're wrong. You're not really wrong you know and this one and i i feel your pain. Unfortunately the guy with the weighted vest he travels with waited vast got the ankle weights. He's got the wrist. Weights probably got some dumbbells. He tells us your mileage larry. The mileage don't wait is the enemy he will need to stop anywhere to like. No you can't stop here. Not good hike in can't stop here no fitness room just a trunk filled with sand. You know what i mean mileage to florida look if you're going across account so be it but driving cross country with all that way i worry all that weight <hes> when it's tight around him drag him to the bottom of any river. We passed all right now. Now you say to commit murder capital murder twice. I'm sorry look we play. We always wrote for you. You got a lot of fans here. Everyone's got their fingers crossed but the first one that was stuff because as you couldn't have known that guy actually directed almost a trick but let's see where he got the other one well. I got the information on it. So would you say i'm really league getting closer. Well you almost one for three your interest close to being thirty three percent. Okay okay okay. I'll do it again. Sorry better luck next time you play the hypothetical road trip. It's why i watch. It's a special olympics. I see attitude. It's not they're not setting records but they're smiling. There's a lot of can-do spirit. That's the can do spirit sure the guy holding holding the blind guy's hand beat them across the finish line but everyone winner. That's not the point and that's what i love about larry. You're a winner by participants. That's right. I'm i'm aware and i'm i'm getting closer. Getting closer showed up all right. Let me hit <hes> castrol stroll challenge. You can tweet us your questions at adam. Parola show with hashtag castro challenge with your question for casual challenge brought brought you buy castrol edge formulated with fluid titanium technology reduces friction maximize andrew performance three times three times old. Ooh stronger gets viscosity breakdown and leading full synthetic. What's our question max pattern at kaiser c._a. Seventy-five on instagram wants to know hashtag castro challenge. Have you ever thought of getting italia into go. Kart racing with her daredevil attitude and quick reflexes she would kick ass lynette would probably have a heart attack. Though i think great question she's italia's teaching yourself to play the ukulele which is annoying an interesting simultaneously ashley. Natalia is starting to go down the girly route and a little less of the kick ass route so she's getting into more of the girl nope stuff. She'd be into it she did i. It's always interesting to me the 'cause she hopped on a motorized electric bike. We have like footage of it. Once at the other shy she jumped on it. Sunny wouldn't go near it but she jumped on it and she did every single time you see one of those videos from foul ups fuck ups and bloopers and grandma got on the moped and the backyard or whatever it's always the same thing the throttle of a motorcycle moped electric the throttles always back yeah the motion you make when you're panicking and falling off the back of the mini bike is that motion may go fast fast so all you see all these people and all of a sudden front wheels off the ground and they're dragging behind and their feeding the fire and i was standing there i saw italian like takeoff and i realized after about twenty after about fifteen or twenty she clearly didn't have control hickory have footage of her skating going along and just plowing into a table or falling over. I got an end tan. I was standing there and i realized realize there's nothing she so what i was you. Can't you can't really yell anything. Here's what i was yelling. You can't the l. like slow down or star was one time it is funny when people yell never told you this before but i had a friend named tom dan he was our black friend. Who was rich. Dad was a hand surgeon remembers. We're all poor and white and he was rich and black so we're kind of flip the script and one time we're in the parking lot of the bowling alley over here <hes> where the delis and everything yeah whatever it is and we're like we're we're going going around in a circle and our bikes were kind of playing chicken. We're going around of course. I was kind of balls out about everything so i went around and he was circuit was like two big circles and we're circling colling and i was clearly just coming right at him and i was coming at him hard and i was on my bike and he was on his bike and he yelled turn back back but that's impossible. I was like flying at him like it was like a plane was about to hit the side of a mountain in the pilot yelled turn back to the other like assets hit anyway he yelled at and i realized people in those situations they yell stop or slow down or nothing ever works the person's panicking all i could yell at my daughter is let go with your right hand. Just let your let counter chewed never did it. Of course i couldn't think of anything l. I know you have it floored. I know you can't stop yourself. You're panicking right now. You just let go but she didn't let go on the side of thing i think i think she'd be into it and i will i will i will i will run that upper flagpole and see if fat if she salutes but i gotta tell ya at a certain point. The girls are so much into what the other girls are in jail or what their friend is doing or what the kardashians are doing or what they're seeing on t._v. Or whatever the boys are a little more like either. It sounds like fun or it doesn't sound like a little a little less social this this person's doing it so now i'm interested in it or i wanna get with it. They wanna fit in. They want to be in the club you know so if i could get one of her friends to get into go karting cammy racers i think thanks castrol edge by the way for supporting that long winded question max pat you have adam corollas prepared. Yes this is from where this is from canaan club in gore hills agoura hills canaan club up a couple of weeks ago. I'm going to be at the golden state theatre in monterey doing the <hes>. This funny conversation is doing a little press for that this morning call linda local radio station that'll be august seventeenth <hes> doing unprepared and ray and the woman i was talking to you. She was like i've done on my homework on you and she was telling me about catch a contractor and talking about angry and talking about books ta and she kept saying i did my homework and and then she says i d do you get out to the monterey area very often. I'm like yeah every year i'm doing. I'm racing a car and she's like you're racing car. What car i was like well. It's monterey car week and i'm racing and she's like you are and i'm like yes. Oh beat the threat. Where do you raise a raven. Paul newman's ninety seventy nine porsche nine thirty five iran granite lamont. She went to a little baby. I grew up in england. We'd go to the monastery. We there in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine because if you were you saw this car went you went. Oh my god and i was like why she did a lot of but not kind of not really that nine talked to people they were both had no idea yeah that i was coming out there racing car and then doing the show which is a weird way to prep for someone who's coming out there but i don't know larry race in your car later today yeah. I guess i'm guilty of this. I didn't ask yes but you know what just for fun just for fun and mer pinks no on the way on the way back after the show today <hes> i'm gonna call home before i leave the lot here. Just see if <hes> eileen or <hes> one of my kids needs anything from ralph's and then watch what happens happens. Rarely i hit that freeway and you know what it gets hit. Now i see yeah yeah. I liked that so yes ralph zillow's here lookout guy knows everything about all the special ops forces there anyway this little clip of <hes> dog grooming wing chris maxwell paddock got down from a few weeks ago that pet grooming oh sorry pet grooming from <hes> pet grooming from canyon club <hes> <hes> somebody pulled the ping pong ball onto this great. Hey grooming grooming come on like the idea of ed grooming. I liked the idea that everyone brings their fucking dog to the pet groomer because we're all such narcissistic douche bags aches and everyone knows we're narcissistic douche bags so the people who run the pet groomer thing whenever they give you your dog back there is like the bills a sweetheart we all fucking fill the best holiday sided would fill up and then my wife comes home and they go. She's like proud. Uh-huh guess dogs the favourite over-dependent black athletic s._r. fucking god when she was running your credit card one hundred thirty seven dollars. Oh by the way he's every fucking. Hitler's dog's name was what he lady. It was lady bride. Fucking dog showed up to the pet groomers like that's our favorite german shepherd fucking love that dog that's awesome. He bought the good work god speed and the neighbor braun get back to the eagles nasa she'd be like hey your guest dogs auto plants by the way this whole notion that narrator this notion like what a fucking job this job. I've had i've had the dog. I had a blonde lab got. The cancer got everything fall apart at the end fucking dump like fifty grand into this dog for like the last year and a half fried. What job bet narratives 'cause maginness job. They they go well. We're going to operate on the dog and it's probably about thirteen eighteen grand thirteen eighteen grand but now it may not work out. There's there's a good chance that may not work out. I mean it's still going to be fifteen grand but no guarantees no guarantees and the fucking great chicks crying all about yeah. I know what you gotta do imagine if you're fucking roofer. This is how you were gonna go with the three presidential shingle on their asphalt <music> grand it made our town drizzles your fucking kids race car bed. They just slow down a bucket street. We don't know guarantee sus guy. Check our yeah yeah. I do car detailing thirteen grand. It may look got off said of that. Some of some scratches on the honor code is about coming. I made you shit on your uh-huh but go ahead and cut that check yeah. Also there's no reporting hitler's dog agua blondie lady lucky yeah. It was something there where the chris would know that i'll tell mine confidence you know everyone else reports back on everything but the pets you know. They're like what the pirates say about deadman. They tell no tales. You know you really don't know what the hell was going on there. If i don't wanna know wanna know maybe nothing was going on there. I had the greatest by the way the this simplest pleasure in life. His phil was my my daughter. Threw herself like a girls pool party and there was like eight friends all jumping in the pool. Yesterday and two of them were hell bent on washing fill. They get one hundred and ten pound labyrinth get bath and i was like oh yeah and then they're like yeah we have big dogs at home and we love it and i'm like good and i just dragged fill over to them and you know scott the shampoo and the sponge and they got the hose out insist these girls washing this massive dog and <hes> <hes> i've just made sure and one out there and sort of drank it in because it's such a simple your visual pleasure fills are standing there just sort of taking it all in then after after about five minutes. He did his massive shake naming the suds. We're flying off him and everything that's why you should have a dog the those kinds of moments omits. You know what i mean. It drives me nuts when people go well. You get the dog then you gotta get the dog food then. You've got to clean up the shed. They gotta take care of dogs like yes. You have to take take a car. You have to take care of a condo. He have to take care of everything to kim to the christmas. Tree arguments like dragging needles got a water. It starts ars to dry. Yes and it's wonderful there. You go yeah well. Actually i do know and you know what i was just saying this afternoon for coming over here that because one of my kids interest there and he's playing with the <hes> he's the marine sergeant and he's playing with the dogs. The dogs are on his life and he made himself a sandwich and brought it to the couch and he says he's. You know it's funny. <hes> you never really know talks to thinking and the second he sat down with that sandwich they both just just let them the medium sized dogs and sat down and stand right atom at the sandwich and i said well if you had to guess aw what would you think they're thinking now. Just go crazy. Pick just pick something annual thing. What could it be wonder. I'm sure maybe taking taking a nap or maybe what you're eating so you kinda than we laughed about it because he more or less a always no one's a boy dog and one's a girl dog and well well. He goes over to the girl dog kinda every t- every minute to jump on her and you don't need me to shane anything more than that and he will. What do you think he wants then yeah yeah. They're pretty limited. Larry miller the the podcast by the way the larry miller show available on apple podcast larry's website larry miller podcasts dot com also laughs for bald bryan or with with sorry with ball brian. That's coming up november second miller. Everyone's doing stand up brian even taken a stand up class as people hear this tonight. I'll be doing my five minutes for joe onstage. The brea improv love. I'm extremely nervous. What are we going to record it. Shows were filmed for the documentary absolutely okay. How'd how do you how would you were extremely nervous. Yes where would that be like. I guess extremely nervous probably income twenty johnny eight hours ahead of time. I'm not super confident nothing material the materials okay. I think i've written some good. Material is the ability to perform it on me. I'm not used to doing a lot of performing. There's a standup so i'll be <hes> calming nerves. Larry and i will give you each one piece of sagely advice that hopefully it'll be different. I will say this farce being nervous now. It's not going to go away adrenaline staff the material the materials almost as good as you've they think you feel about it so weird thing you can take technically good material and just sort of soft sell it and have it like oh. He's not confident in about that material so but here's the thing your impulse is going to be to get through it and you're going to ended up powering through it and the audience. They'll hang there as long as you want to hang. It'll feel weird. Sometimes it's you're taking a pause or beat in between between the punch line and the setup or the next thought or the next premise. It'll feel you know three seconds of will feel like an eternity. Turn it easier. The audience likes that they respond to it. The punchline lands much better. The biggest mistake you'll make is to have it. It all worked out and to just kind of let us tell. Let's let's get through it. Your job is to get from a. to b. to c. D. let it break now. It's hard hard to let it breathe. You can go out with your wife and have a nice dinner when you're going out with a supermodel and it's your first date someone says don't talk so much and don't talk so fast and your head. It's hard to do that. You know what i'm saying. You can do that now right so it's it's hard to tell a guy who gets the ring for the first time. Don't panic and have the adrenaline dump and have all your you can't it. Just it just happens but i will say to you. Intellectualize it in literally have your five minutes. Take eight minutes spread it out and they're laughing offing. Stop let them don't roll right in just literally be conscious of the rhythm beat make that long beats come between larry well. My advice is run stuff. No you know what a dare you that's. It's all good advice. The things adam said it's true you'd be backstage. They're breathing through the nose out to the mouth and you know just say hey thank you you belong here and i'm really glad to be here and then breathe again and say here. I go and you've rehearsed it. You wrote it you good. People people like you so you know oh shush but also know that you haven't done stand up. You've been talking to a microphone for some. I must say too long so you've got a lot. Not me someone there are there are some who would obviously but not me this killing fifty one forty nine so much minus this don't go oh. I'm so nervous about this situation. You've been on stage multiple multiple multiple times at big venues. The moore theatre many any theater around the country speaking into a microphone. This is not much different very cool. There you go by the way that's true too and just just remember. Don't be afraid. Smile i mean four. She's forces smile back stage behind the curtain and say here. I go and this is good. It's good place to be and then just do it that the tip by the way of yeah if they laugh when laughing let them laugh. Don't roll over them. You know the big wheel. Just be there. I like that. Can i say two quick. Things take very long number one funny my comedy teacher jerry. I told him about this last just like i don't know if you're quite ready yet and i was like well. It might be better for the documentary of actually do bomb. He's like oh good thinking so we'll see how it goes. That's a win win comedy teacher yeah. That's stupid. Comedy coach jerry's a perfect name though jared the g. ready yet. 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What is going on in that region of the world. <hes> i talked to dylan about it a little bit <hes> he said that <hes> trump changed from the rules of engagement now were able to kill some more terrorists which is which is good. You feel like china's going to implode soon. Go in order off. Were killing more terrorists. <hes> yeah well it started with syria so so <hes> you know <hes> isis you know had a big chunk of land and syria <hes> the obama administration kinda held off getting involved directly involved <hes> the assad regime in syria was just you know beating the the hell out of the sunnis <hes> really kind of an ethnic cleansing like situation there <hes> and it created this huge humanitarian taurean problem millions refugees <hes> terrible <hes> and everybody was you know three or four years ago. Everybody was freaked out about isis the other taken over the world. They're taking over syria. They're taking over iraq and we have something in the military called rules of engagement so those are the orders that the troops oops get in terms of what they can do and particular situations and the rules of engagement when obama when when trump came into power where like if you're for if you're a seal and you're in syria helping the the pr the pro democracy militias which are mainly made up of kurds you you can't <hes> you can't engage in combat. You can only return fire of somebody's shutting you type of thing so trump came in and and he changed the rules of engagement. It's one of the first things he did when he was president happened in march of <hes> two thousand seventeen and he basically said you know the gloves are off we want to we want to wipe out isis. We want to get them out of out of syria and so guys if you see him go after them and that's what we started to do <hes> and <hes> i was explaining to dylan that <hes> most of the combat today is done by private military contractors so most of the engagements yes hurson holding the weapon yes for our side. Yes would not be an an enlisted soldier. That's correct. That's a surprise to most and that's true in afghanistan iraq <hes> <hes> northern africa and and the reason that there's a little bit of a secret i mean not a secret talks about. It's like when it's like when blood weiser buys sam adams or something. They don't put a little budweiser logo on it. They want everyone to think oh no that is that yes we. We will we we don't want. We're not we're not saying you can't look it up. We're just saying we don't have time right that what it feels like yeah absolutely and it's it's part of it is political <hes> up you know when you have bodies of american soldiers coming back from syria. <hes> you know that makes headline news right but if it's a private military contractor in even nobody knows who the hell this guy is. He might be peruvian. He might be from south africa. He might be british. What are the risks involved with having the private contractors as opposed to military or are there while they're harder harder to control <hes> you know it's it's more doc pro might be more expensive. I don't know these guys with they'd be called mercenaries. Some people would call them mercenaries. They don't like to be called mercenaries. They like to be called private military surrey contracts so these guys are like former seals former special forces of former british special boat service highly trained yeah guys who are good at good at what they do. I mean i know in a way it's like when some you know you see a version of this in sports. The guy plays the n._f._l. Now he's a special teams coach for the packers right politicians a guy senator now a console bobby urged as a pundit on c._n._n. Just kinda. That's their business. A lot of these guys like i. I know a bunch of them and it's a way of continuing their career it also they're going to do with train. I know a guy from british boat service really interesting guy hurt his knee and and and <hes> you know in a practice actus jumped from a helicopter. They said you gotta leave the service and one of his buddies call them up and said hey. Would you like to go to <hes>. Where was it <hes> oman oman to do security for the for the sultan and he's like yeah sure what does it pay twenty thousand dollars a month on their all expenses. This is taking care of does boko haram dylan was talking to me about as well which famously <hes> kidnapped schoolgirls. We were interested for about fifteen minutes. We moved on to who shot the line or whatever whatever the identify was up to you know. We've got a little out of our lane for the two hundred and fifty schoolgirls. We started really focusing on animals so so now we don't give a shit about the girls anymore. There's a couple of tweets out there for a while. What where are those girls some of them. A few of them were recovered. <hes> most of them were sold into slavery musically or taken <hes> taken his wives by boko haram militants and and there were i think the initial kidnapping was four hundred <hes> in two thousand sixteen and there have been a bunch of there was one <hes> this year so they still do it. Discriminate boko haram. I'll who who are they. What's different about it. It's a it's another islamic comic fundamentalist group. They have a very <hes> strict. <hes> interpretation of the koran <hes> basically boko hara means no no western education so they look upon western education and the idea of freedom technical north high but i'm not i'm not educated. Educated sketches cleans fill it with whatever propaganda you lie. That's those are the people who live christ ice and they're. They're like a lot of these groups. <hes> they operate in a in a in a sort of nigeria's huge country two hundred million people biggest biggest. I think seventh most populous country in the world they operate in the northeast and a section of the country that is kind of ignored <hes> and dan is very heavily on nigeria's broke kind of split between christian and muslim and they operate kind of in a you know dust bowl bowl area of nigeria so they feel kinda disenfranchised lot of lot of unemployment and they you know they feed on that. All all these groups do is the money basically the mafia. Essentially i mean they'll do prostitution. They'll do drugs. They'll do gambling like i mean they'll do whatever's illegal. They get paid on all groups though that's what they all do. A friend of mine explained that you know when siri in in syria you you know i there was the syrian democratic forces and they kept changing and then it became isis and i asked somebody who who was there. I said you know how does this work and he goes will basically you've got all these guys. Who were. There's no jobs. So what do you do your hanging around. You know if you hang around you're a target for somebody and a group comes through and says hey. I'll give you pickup truck. I'll give you an ak forty seven you can go into whatever village you want and rape and blunt plunder and do whatever you want and these guys are like okay. You know we'll pay you. You know it's essentially a gang. It's again the kid who doesn't have anything going on their life and i email a young male and the opportunities are go get shot on on the street or get hooked up with them. We have the same we have the same same thing here in <hes> you know in in los in southeast los angeles <hes> ooh the things you're saying they remind me a little bit because i'm so out of my depth this conversation but like the movie beasts of no nation and that really focused on literally literally children is that when it comes to boko haram and you're saying they're capturing. These girls captured how many of the guys in our kids a lot of them sure. They're they're like these aren't like twenty one twenty two year old. Some of these are ten year olds. Yes it's like you know. Winter guys filled with testosterone pasta-roni and just want to go out and you know raise hell not when you're forty five. You're going to have a little a farm arm or something like that or a car repair shop but when you're twenty five it's like hey let's get it on. Let's go you know is there. It's so sad that it's i keep thinking here. We are a few months away from the year two thousand and twenty people this living on the dirt people rape and yeah <hes> living the most were in the pitcher. It is to tweet like view when you were growing up if you saw two thousand and twenty printed on on a sign you'd go. That's that number there. That is the future people just raping kidnapping slavery silly on the dirt shooting people the worst things ever caveman yet but now they have a._k._47.'s caveman and we don't need it. They got a full full automatic. That's right grenade launcher like what what years it why and and then what what when does it end. Just we wait for the media or to hit or something somehow fix something yeah <hes> <hes> yeah complex complex question. <hes> you know people you know we all kind of have to wake up like to the realities. We love putting labels on on things and going okay. This is these these are islamic terrorists. This is this this is you know and you have to just look at the the personal reality the <hes> of you know how these people are living and why they're making these decisions whether it's in you know <hes> chicago or it's in syria orrock so if you want you know if you want young men <hes> and they're the ones who commit this kind of violence if you want down to <hes> to be productive members of society which probably a lot of them would prefer to be right. You've got to give them those opportunities. They've they've gotta have education and they've gotta have <hes> you know an avenue to do something productive rather than sub sitting sitting on a street corner and some guy driving up in a pickup and saying hey here's an a._k._47. If you want to eat tonight come join us <hes>. Let's talk seal team sex zack's yeah. Tell me about that book okay so i i <hes> about like two thousand and ten. I got a call from a guy he said. I'm i've been a you you know and then the seals seal team six for like fifteen years <hes> i've got all these stories experiences <hes> i can and i can't really talk about them and you know <hes> publicly but we could you know you could be a guy who could fictionalized these stories and tournament ornament thrillers. Did they get bin. Laden seal team six yes and this is the guy actually who who trained a lot of the men who who got bin bin laden so <hes> and he introduced these introduced me to you know other members you know people who were on that team who went into <hes> pakistan aca stan and there were. I've met some of them. They were like super casual about the whole thing like i was no big deal yeah well. That's yeah yeah it always a hero mentality. Yeah i always assume or i do know if we'd like to save. You talked a race car. Drivers sir cage mixed martial art fighters. You'll team guys are wired slow. They are low resting heart rate not not talking about being in great shape. They're <unk> agitated the ball well. That's exactly right. Throw because once you're in once the race starts and once the cage door closes in the octagon once you start repelling from the huey you cannot be wired right k._p. Wired like a lapdog. You see like a chihuahua with the is always looking that that's that's a tuesday in the living room. This shit goes down. Your head will blow. She's guys when this shit isn't going down. We went to the indy five hundred a couple of years ago. We just happened to be standing with all all the drivers in the paddock before they were going to be introduced and come out and all access pass or whatever they're standing around in their fire suits and everything they're cracking wise wasn't a weird distraction mix with providers like they're trying to cut the ten standing around mike august get set. What are these guys doing. The bump that cop cars two hundred forty miles an hour most dangerous your life world. They're like they're loose laughing at their down in the car. Their head would explode right. No they actually train. They actually test people. There's an enzyme that your brain releases when you're when you feel any kind of fear and it it and and these guys have a ton of it so when you and i go like i'm getting the hell out of here man. This is scarier. You're freaking now. They they actually calm down right so things slowed down and what what did they say the gentleman that was in here and i think it was looking for the drop slowest smoothens food and sorry something slums fast right right so they actually slowed down and they love that they love that that feeling ealing right <hes> and they can stay in control because they don't want guys who just you know go break into a house and start like see somebody move and start shooting body right don't want that they want the guy who's going to go in a stay calm instill until he sees the barrel pointed at his head right right <hes> and they they they <hes> you know medically select people like that and they also train them to to to to learn how to i mean the training is intense and they train them to react to slow everything down. They have something that's called the hood so they get they get these guys is and they put him in a garage. The put hood over their face and they'll have like three guys around him and <hes> and they know these guys are going to attack them. They're gonna hit them right and they'll pull the hood off their face and they have like a few seconds before these guys start wailing on him in the face hit him wherever right and and in the beginning. I know a lot of guys who have gone through this and i go. It's like the scariest thing in the world but they keep doing it and you. You get pummeled. You keep doing it until your your. Your reaction slowed down so much that even in that couple of split seconds you are able to get your hands up. You're able to land punches and they say it's like you know. It's like nirvana tragic. It's like the matrix exactly and so it's a real thing and they say when you can tap into that you feel like a superman right right because everybody else's is is freaking being out and you're you're just you know super calm and you see where what the guy you can anticipate what the guy is gonna do and you can take him down or do whatever you have to do do and so you know it's the whole thing is pretty advanced but one thing i when i met the members of seal team six. I was expecting these you you know short haircut. You know super americans guys and they're not like that at all. They're like the guys in high high school. Nobody wanted to have anything to do with like the scary guys the motorcycle guys out all night the wild men right do you do you have any thoughts yeah. There's a wiring there's danger wiring. Most people are wired to get away from it. Other people blur wired to kind of seek it. The sky's who i knew and i was one of them when i was a kid we our whole goal was we. We gotta find an apartment building that has pooled their at so we can get on the roof and jump off the roof right into the pool because we're trying to shock ourselves feeling and something before cable and you porn obviously now that's gene. Some people have it. I i told i haven't told the store in a while but really man does it come out at my my daughter. My son you know my son is a pus. My might daughters a thrill seeker and i and i realized it so insanely. Evidence was so clear when we're living when the kids are concerned about three and it's that time where they like rough housing and wrestling and everything my daughter would run across the bed and the bed was a little half the ground to three feet off the ground. She'd go run across bed and chewed launch yourself head. I mean i had to catch her and my son. I'd like to play that game too but he wanted me to lean against the vet like you catch me. My knees weren't making contact. My gun wasn't resting on the comforter he wouldn't do it and my daughter kept telling me move back. Move it back then. I was eight to to ten feet away at a certain point. I'm strong and i'm kinda rangy and i felt pretty good and she launched herself but as certain point she said move it back yeah. I said i'm not gonna catch you hear talk. I said i will move it. I will do that yeah yeah yeah but i don't think they can get it and she said i don't care i don't care and i stepped at back and she just fucking eight carpet and i know she doesn't do that as an adult to take a turn for the sexual but she just launched full super manfred for woman i i did try to get her but i couldn't get her from where i was was and she just made it bad. That's how you learn in ten later. This is where it gets weird. When i was within range of catching ching her she'd launch yourself in the air and while she was mid air i would go. Oh mommy and i'd pretend for the door and i saw author. Look a fan of of care interface landing the guy's gonna catch me now walking away and do my dog. Oh my molly's in the room and i kept doing it and she kept she'd go. She'd go don't do it. Don't you do that. She'd run it edge of the bed and she'd stop and go. You're going to get back. Don't you do it after a while. She went do it. I i wanna feel that's insane. The now once this fee she's already launched yourself once extra fierce boats from point break right yeah well i was. I was one of those guys so <hes> there was just no fear like you just would do create you think about it later. You go like i tell my kids stories now and they're just like what how now what just just in the automotive world alone just what you've done in a car yeah that nobody should ever royo again right yeah the <hes> the <hes> ralph. You're gonna hang with us. We're gonna hit gyco them. We'll do a little <hes> little news. Who's let's see oh. I want to hear about china. I have an interesting thought about china yeah. Yeah yeah definitely okay so you know we'd love and the media's you know. This is a kind of like a reflex action. Now we love to scare people like we're hearing scaring always always talking about right. It's like <hes> and people become all enslaved by fear. You know it's everywhere you know. Isis is a great example like four or five years ago. They were taking over the world and like we didn't have a chance. It was over <hes> now. They're you know they're gonna base you know their fringe group exactly <hes> and now and you know we've gone through the cycle with russia russia's a big threat which is ridiculous because russia's russia's not the soviet union. It's like a tenth or twentieth of what it was in terms of a world power <hes> and now we're shifting to china and china yeah. It's it's a huge country huge economically <hes> a billion yen and a half people something like that but you know i always tell people look. You've got to consider <hes> you know. The strength of our country is not our political system messed up but the strength of it is how our society diet works right. We still you know we you can do you have freedom people can get you know there is opportunity for people people much more than there is in other parts of the world were much more tolerant of one another than other people are in other in other countries. You know china the the government controls controls everything so they've got a situation now where they've had a lot of economic success and so you've you've raised this whole class of young people who who have education who have money who wanna travel who wanna do things they can't go on the internet. They can't travel without getting permission from their government. They can't so this is kind of a classic situation and political science where whenever there are rising expectations of people and the government government is not flexible enough to to to accommodate those expectations. There's there's inherent conflict and we're seeing star eighty man. Ah yes you got a hot blonde girls right here some low level producer. You're gonna bring her to hollywood. You're going to introduce her to half and a bunch of directors. She's gonna outgrow. You mann's jewish that's right. That's how it works. You gotta you gotta watch out. The citizens ship is getting too smart too. Choose savvy to advocated to whatever how long are they gonna live under this regime how long before they start sucking off donna vich. You know automate so you're seeing like the precursor leg you look at what's going on in hong kong. The chinese government is trying to. I'm trying to clamp down on the freedoms of of right of the people in hong kong. They're saying no we're. We're not gonna. We're not gonna. We're not gonna take it so you. You've got to believe that everybody in china who's who you know has a computer and has access to this information as watching miss really carefully and they're going you know what's the government gonna do are they gonna crack down on these people and the government is in this kind of you know impossible situation because if they crack down on it then people in china no like the only way we're gonna take down. We're gonna get our freedom is we're going to have to go out in the street and we're going to have to kick gas right or are they going to back down and if they back down then what the people in china going to do they're going to start petitioning their government government for the same kind of freedoms at the people in hong kong had so you know they're caught in this in this dynamic that i don't think they can sustain for for you know when it's going to. It's going to blow but it's going to happen now at all roads lead to raising the daughter but i used to tell people and i did love line all the time look if you tell your daughter who's seventeen her curfews eight o'clock at night. She's climbing out the window right of that so you know i don't want her coming home. At four i am nine. We gotta find a number right that were campy eight. Does your window yeah might not go out the window media but she's going. I wanna go right especially when she gets information. Starts hearing about parties with other people do it for that long now when she goes out the window window. You'll wish you just said one a._m. Curfew right right and that's what i want to kind of. Tell all of these horrible republics. I could please just just be reasonable. That's not gonna work well. This is the universal like ev you go anywhere in the world and i've traveled a lot and i've lived in a lot of other countries. Everybody basically wants the same thing they wanna be able to have more freedom. They want to be able to have a better life for themselves and their kids and living you know basically a peaceful situation and when you restrain that you're just kinda bottling up like this negative energy energy that at one point that at a certain point is going to is going to explode well. What china has that makes it different than some of the other areas. We're talking about his. They have have money. They have technology then have education. When you're talking about boko haram that's a whole different kettle of fish rather than we ever get those people from there here to there but these people are already there yeah minus the freedom and so for that reason you're saying it's impending more dangerous right because if you say hey you know <hes> i'm making all this money. I'm working hard. I have a good education. I hear what's going on in the rest of the world <hes>. Why do i have to why why can't i go on google. Why can't i go on youtube. Why does the government have to block all that stuff from me. We compare it at all to the arab spring because those were educated sort of college kids. We've already seen what they can do right exactly same same kind of situation same kind of situation like i have. <hes> you know i wrote wrote a book about north korea a couple years ago and i spoke to a lot of experts and they were. I'm like what's gonna take down like this regime like. What are you doing and they're like you know. It's such a closed society. They live. You know it's bizarre. It's a bizarre frigging country but the most effective thing that we've found there. Are these groups that get a bunch of <hes> hardrock. <hes> thumb drives right and they load all these american like t._v. Shows on them and they get a bat that plastic bag of them and they crossed the river from china into north korea and they just start distributing these things these are opposition groups northern north koreans who have left and north korea propaganda is such and the chinese do the same thing. It's like well. You know united states. There's constant race wars. There's violence everywhere. Everybody's you know <hes> they can't leave their houses and so on and so forth when these people see like an american t._v. Show show whether it's friends or whatever the hell it is and they see the way these people are living in their. Why don't they don't get out. Living with uh-huh small wonder reminds us of our leader. It's when they see that they go. Hey this is cool like yeah. I know <hes> the propaganda is insane. Although we're we do propaganda into to ourselves we never stopped talking never gland and white supremacy like oh yeah. Oh yeah like you look around like a wear. Who i know i know my i i had i was visiting my aunt a couple of weeks ago and she's like you know super paranoid about <hes> <hes> what the american nazi party or something like that and i said how many people do you think are members of the american nazi party and she goes all millions millions and i said well. Let's google we we google that it was like six hundred and i said this is a threat to our pantry a triple a. baseball stadium with the nazis. He's in the k._k._k. And all that never stopped fucking ourselves. We just never stop. It's also it's one of these things to where it's like same thing with second hand smoke yeah fifty. Seven thousand people die every year. I've never seen a person or heard about a person who's died of secondhand smoke. I've never met anyone affiliated with one all of these groups or new so and his dad was in the land or any of that anything even close to that so how it's ubiquitous except for nobody has a story of like i was. I flew southwest phoenix. There's group of klansmen loris taken off the island. You know running a bunch of clients landsman out of the overhead. He said like what about his seat accused. Seen couple walking around yeah brian. When i was in fourth grade we lived my dad was assigned to washington for a while and we lived on a street in arlington and at the end of of this block at wilson boulevard which is the main street was the american socialist party headquarters and it was like a storefront and every saturday a bunch of guys would stand <music> out there and they fly the nazi flag and they'd be in their uniforms and this is you know like the late sixties and people would drive buying like throw stuff out them right. That was a joke yeah. If you wanna get stuff thrown at you just go get your walk anywhere in the country. If you'd like to know what this country universally thinks of nazis go get him a nazi outfit though and go march and a any town u._s._a. Received what what that means is. 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BEST OF #1223 Beer Cans & Buckslips (originally aired Feb 2020)

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BEST OF #1223 Beer Cans & Buckslips (originally aired Feb 2020)

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I am as i get older and borderline obsessed with people sort of inability to carry out instructions. That's my obsession. That's your new thing. That's my new thing. And i also cannot so. I've always said one of the first lessons. I've learned the all that. I've learned in life like have you shouldn't be all that all all that. What adam what do you know about life i'd go. People don't know how to sort things prioritize. I wanna know. I mean like literally. I've a shop and the shop is filled with stuff and so i'm constantly saying hey we need a drawer that says ruff electrical and that will have wiring conduit and lb's and blah blah blah and. Then we need finish electrical. That'll have switch plate covers and rosettes and things that go around. Be the finished up the stuff you look at versus this stuff. That's in the wall. And i've always said chapstick not with the batteries because when you're sorting through the aa you're gonna find a chapstick in there because serve the same shape every time. They have nothing to do with one another but they will be discussed this and no matter how much i say anybody just take all the time you want but get that look. I need the drywall. Screws with the drywall. Screws and then the machine screws machine. Take all the time you want but just do it all afternoon walk. There's thirty drawers all have to do is walk to one random one. Open it up. And i'll find stuff that doesn't belong with the other stuff you all the time every time everytime today i went to the back. I opened my rough plumbing drawer to get johnny ring. Johnny ring do you by the way. Consider yourself blessed to not know what johnny ring is. Put a toilet on. Yes it is. That's the wax ring but still consider but but you didn't know what offhand i mean. I think the blessing is. I've not had to deal with one right. You have to scrape them among. Yeah okay. So i went. Open one door to do that right. And then i went open another drawer that said elect all it said was switch. Plate covers the plates that you put on the wall. And i said you know i wanna swap one out in the bathroom here and i slid drawer open and it's filled with switchblades in the little cardboard package. You know. the carber packs like five inches by five inches and lates that surround the switches little plastic plates. Usually plus right. The very first thing. I pulled out from the top of the drawer was this. Oh my god what. It's eight mesh. Drywall patch now. That's to patch the hole in the drywall. After you slam the door and the punches a hole in the drywall you can fix it with this. What does this have to do with with finnish electrical nothing but what is it. It's the same shape. Yeah it's the same shape and everyone is so fucking gone that they just start by shape. Do what monkeys monkeys would sort by shape right. If you left to their own after malone they would sort by shea except for. I don't leave him alone. i tell all time like. Hey no get it out. No that's just switchblades. There will be nothing switchblades but the mind starts to go away. And now you get the shape now again drywall. Patch has nothing to do with finnish electrical. But it's the same shape as the package that comes in and that's what you get and there's no amount of conversation that can never fix that that much. I figured out. Also i had a conversation earlier today with the young man who last time i randomly showed up. He was just in the parking lot eating a taco truck. That was last week this week. I call them at. It was ten thirty four to be fair to him. And he picked up the phone. And i said Where are you kevin. And he said getting off the freeway. And i said what honest good and i said what time were you supposed to be at work. And he said ten thirty. And i said do me favor skin the habit of being there. When you say you're going to be there and then you know what. I do not for me for me. You're young it's mistake. You have a young. You have a whole life of this ahead of you. I'm old and i'm rich. I don't care but you don't do you know how many people you go there. Ten thirty if you call them at ten thirty five and you go. where are you. they go. We're just getting off the freeway. Don't just be just be there. Ten thirty what. What is going on through and why. Why is this not stressed. Couple things all right so first of all you're making the error of making it about the other person which is only going to give you more grief now that other person isn't making it about them You know what i mean. You've got to put it back on them. Which is the right thing to do which nobody does ever especially today especially today when everything that's going on is the result of what's out there Right so how would you even will. Naturally his response. I would imagine would be traffic road. Conditions whatever as opposed to. I should have left twenty minutes earlier. Anticipate this. I've i've said i've said one million times. The initial pushback gene is what that's the problem. That's the problem the problem that's the that's the steppingstone that's the gateway. That's the enabler. And it's and it's work at them as you found out it's work to go. Hey for your own sake. You're pushing it back onto them. This would have to addiction all the time i have to go. Hey cut it out stop it and that you got to have people with you on that they have to stand with you and hold firm because people they don't they're like it's like trying to teach an animal something you have to be surrounding it. You have to be consistent has to be applied over time and everybody's got to do it. You can't have a housekeeper that comes in and gives your dog. You know treats for nothing right. You know what i mean. That's us by the way the housekeepers the one who teaches i'm telling people i don't think people know what's going on. I walked in here yesterday. I found a buck slip. The buck slip was filled with writings. That i was unaware of. I said to chris maxwell pat up who was sitting here the other night he said me. That's my buck slip. I said i've had. I'll be conservative. I've had five conversations with chris maxwell. Pat said feel free to use the studio. I don't wanna know you were there. The next time i come in i would argue. It's all all you have to do. That is not a unique conversation to chris. Because i have been object of that conversation. And it's in me now right but not capable of taking the buck slip. Weirdly in you. It has to be a part of you. You know what i mean. Well i'll take part of the problem part of the promise when he left the tallboy beer can the first time and i said hey man and he said i did a sweep which. He doesn't realize screws him up forever. Forever make what enables all this to happen and make this about me for a section. I'm just saying ace. Rhonda way that's sixteen by sixteen inches. I've studiously try to get down. You'll know why do i do. And this is why. I want to talk about. Because there's a weird part of me you're going to go nuts on this max. Pass me. look but it's like it's not the buck slip. Its inability to secure the simplest ideas. He doesn't like it but because they are simple because they're low priority to everybody else. They stay low priority so we have to adopt your your you adopt. You're looking over our shoulder and you're interested in your workspace. And we have to honor that respect that and and motivate ourselves accordingly right and i know you would say it's for you but it really isn't at this point and here's my problem for me but here's my problem. I don't see shit. Sometimes i should see. And i don't know what to do about that like if i if i were to sit there now. I really try to clean up right. What's directly in front. But i could screw up. Whatever over there you know with the i. The puck slips sitting right prime. Make that mistake personally. That's your here but but but it is though. Isn't it a weird thing because it's it's not my priority. I miss things. Well see you see what i'm saying. I i don't know i. I was eating Cherries and i got sort of bad habit of taking the pits out and just sort of setting them. put them on the countertop. Aren't napkin on the countertop. It's like something some rhythmic thing. I just setting them around. That wasn't throwing them around and putting weird spots. I was just like i'd put on the countertop speeding about the yeah wasn't doing that as whatever and like the other day august said. Hey stop leaving. Your cherry pits all over the place. And now i've been weirdo about not doing it. Yeah she said that. And i don't wanna talk to her about it i i. It's my house and i pay her. That was her request. I don't wanna get into it. I what i'm saying. Is i don't care about beer cans or buck slips i care about your inability to execute the simplest idea which by the way we should never have a conversation about because basically this is your stepdad's jag. You wanna take it out and do a little joyriding. You gotta put the seat back in the same position. Otherwise he's going to climb in and go who's been driving my jag right. And i'm the stepdad. Who says i don't care if you drive my jag. Just don't remind me you're driving my jag by leaving the seat up i get it. That's about as straightforward as it is it gets. I don't understand why now. Obviously it's easy you go. That's your priority and it's not their priority right and you have to have to make it their priority but you understand. I'm your boss and it's not your priority. Olga works for me in my house. And i've made her request my priority. What's interesting to me is how hard it is to be as good with it as you'd like to be on your behalf or my behalf. Now that's weird to me. This is my work vigneault. There sixteen inch by sixteen inches space. I know you have to do is bring this dot disagree with with you. Don't disagree with you all weird. It's positively weird. I would argue. And i and i will personally. I will do my damndest to be perfect with it. But it's weird too. You're damned. So isn't that weird. I find it weird. I i don't i'm not i don't understand what it is. I don't know that he would hit on the blower and let's see if we can drill drew you put on your kid gloves and see if you can figure out what what that is and but i think it's just a generational thing we may not get because i've got a little whiff of it but i wanna get into the corona virus and also the kobe bryant catastrophe and we all talk about my neck into till tomorrow but go keep going. Go ahead all right. Hit your spot. There will be. 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How okay so that is workplace right. Yeah and we all have heard this. We all mean for it to be a priority. Yes yes yes yeah. I'm not so we mean for it to be a priority. Do you mean for it to be a priority. It is a priority. I do mean for an hour in real problem areas. Now it's a priority means for it to be a priority. He intends for it to be a priority. I'm still. I'm still labeling this this is essentially you getting a a d. minus on your on your on your paper about A blinken and then the person going. I tried my best not. I'd rather you say you did drugs over the week not that. It's trying to drill into because it's weird to me. I mean it to be a priority a priority and yet we f- up yes. How does that happen. I really when adam asks has requested words carefully navigating in waters could get you in trouble curl at has a request a request. The for you. it's for you. The request is for. Yeah and he wants his yeah. Of course i do take it seriously. He does have a lot of requests for instance. When we close the the bags out there and your overrun by this workplace overwhelmed. By and and i think i do a good job. If he's saying if we're doing great here i'd say i'm an a minus with his requests the truth girl well. I think there's an issue. The issue is his request. Are take care of the workspace. When you're done fold the lid back. Fold the bag down on the chips. you know when you're done with the bathroom or don't leave the heater on overnight or whatever these are these are all rents. Your coffee mug doesn't these are all my requests. But here's the problem. I run into this with lynette. All the time she goes. I watered your pots. Okay and i go not my pots. These are parts our house like so what labeling them adams requests and then going adam has ten requests and i got eight of them right. That's pretty darn good. I wouldn't process them as request. I would say that having a thing a nuts not go rancid by zipping. The thing down that you're eating and everyone else eating shouldn't even fall under. The heading of adam wants this and atom ones. That should be an act. I'm talking about. Even if i walk by andrew leaves i don't mean three hundred somebody else leaves or if somebody else leave out right right but don't process it is. I have to remember what adam has said that. As i would never put a mug down in a in a in a sink without renting it i would never not clean up my space so when i would process so i i have an office. A medical office in two other doctors work there. When i come in. it's mine. I own it. And i you know. I pay for everything there. And everyone just kind of contributes really. I'm the main Main owner this thing. Every time i go. I have to pick off the floor. Pieces of paper little pieces of paper. Kleenex punched out things. Every time no matter what. I say that now have not gotten on everybody about it but i always think to myself. Wow how weird that i can't. I can't pass this up. I can't walk over this. Yes 'cause it's my place in my responsibility and it bothers me. And i'm wondering if there's something about ownership well of course there is. Yeah so that's the piece. Were were missing that we need to. Well luck that exists. Look i look. Here's the thing about leaving a sack of potato chips open. Not for chris but forever went for me. If you're not gonna do it at home then don't do it here. I that's all i sal. You're everything all the time. Probably you blow up a burrito in the microwave and you would clean it at home then you must clean it. That's all this now. And i'd say their request. I still do it. i do it at home. I rinse my mugs. Do everything at home too and by request it's my job and and this is overall when adam comes in. I wanna make his life easier. Sure right then back to the sixteen inch area in front of my microphone. Yeah why are you not totally capable of of without exception without exception of doing that. Very simple task. I am capable without exception I i really do think i am. I worry i'm not. Do you think that part of the problem. That part of the reason we've had this conversation. Multiple times is because one of the first times it happened. You quickly responded in that you did clean. I hate that you tell a story that makes no sense. Why would i respond if you say. Hey there's a beer a beer cap here. Oh man. I can't bear can oh i did a sweep. That makes no sense. That i would say that. That's what you said. I swept it before. I must have missed it. See and that's the part. You must have missed it in your sweet. That's interesting to me. That i feel like i could do the same thing. The interesting part. You are like the worst. Wait a minute. What's confusing about how. I'm portraying the story because me saying if you go. What's this beer. Cain doing on on my desk. My console. And i so i go. I did a sweep that. That's nonsensical that doesn't sound. Like i said i. it's more of a. Oh i must have missed during my sweet my bad. I'm sorry what's the difference between. I did a sweep and i must have missed it during my sweep. There's a huge difference the other one. It sounds like it's an excuse. The other one sounds apologetic. I'm sorry about that. Drew standing some problem with all with. It'll never happen again. I don't know how that happened. No imply you left a tallboy. Beer can in the middle of very small area. And i said what's the deal and you said you did a sweep of it now. You could've said. I did a sweep. And i missed it but the point is is you responded. I did a sweep. It sounds insane because obviously if you did a sweep this would be the first thing you would find never happened again. It'll never happen again. That's it now what you see. It's a generational thing they don't. He doesn't understand what we're check the tape. It was not never left many down that we don't come their own defense ever. Maybe that's a better uman. Maybe better human. They're our then. There is a beer can on another occasion. It'll never happen again but there were definitely after me. There's beer caps have been found and beer cans have been found. Now you have to check interesting to me. What's really interesting to me is. This is disturbing to him and for me. I expect this kind of feedback abused from the world. You know what i mean. I just expected i'd residents somebody just to lay myself on the ground and let them crap on my head. I was okay with it. it's a generation. i hate. I hate you saying because i do feel terrible about it. I really do feel awful. I kick myself in the butt for and and i really want to be better. I truly thing when you are right. I used to go to people's houses at work in their house. And i'd always snatch a few pieces of nuts or chips or whatever as soon as they laughed. I'd go right to the pantry and grab a few of cashews cripple. Okay but i had a very strong will like. There's no way they're gonna find out. I did no way and i was. I would position the can so it was the same spot. Leave stuff in the same spot. I would turn the fucking planters label to the outside. I wouldn't take too many. I didn't want him to know i've gotten into. I had coming into this. So if you're coming into the studio and you're sitting rice it in you're sitting at my station you have to come in with a head of. I don't want anyone to find out that. I was here because the rule is use it. Whenever you want. Just don't. I don't want to know when i show up. The next all comes down to this like i really do care value making your life easier yuna finding out about this and all of that. It really does mean a lot to me. Now there's another thing and you say this all the time. I'm not as good as i think i am about that. I got i and i'm willing to that. Helps me willing to make changes and figure out how to change the big. That's good everything is good. What what and that's the way you should think what i'm saying is generational and this. Is you hate this. Conversation is again generation. Only i grew up in a world. Where if the boss said drive my car but if that seats. I don't want to know when i get in the car that you were driving seat. I literally would put the steering wheel in the same position i would i would wipe it down like i would. That's generation -ly how we grew up. That's just how we grew up. You grew up different generational. So everyone here. It's just a different. It's a different world. And that sense i mean look. It's just it's a subject. Ask an old guy about gay marriage and he goes no way. My kids about gay marriage go fine. Yeah the land. Why ask is generational thing. I don't think people really understand now. The only difference is is the way we do. It is the right way to do it. But it's still a generational thing. Bully me i live at. I live it on another piece to as we thinking this through. I i realize it at the end of a podcast. Your priority is getting a guest out of their getting gold. Turn the lights off your immediately away front and that and it's it's a focus thing again that priority thing. 'cause i i could see how easily could show. There's a piece of paper. There's a piece of real estate at sixteen inches by sixteen inches. The request that's made multiple times. Don't let me know you were here by leaving remnants behind cap on or done tans or bucks left that's it it's right here it's right in front of your face if you if you can't make that if you can't execute that there's an issue the beer the beer the beer bottle years ago calls i just wanna say that i. I think i thought. I thought i had a good system. I slept so now. I will make an adjustment in good answer but do you understand that. The first engagement is what led to second and third engagement. I understand that's what that it does it every time. matt famously. A million years ago when he screwed up the parking he just went. I did the best i could do. And we had to keep going back on that one because that can't be the first engagement if you do that first engagement your wide open for everything else first engagement just my not gonna happen again and then it cures everything. But there's a follow up. Which i'm not because i think amsoil i that's a good answer. I just you know focus. Accordingly aright dismissed lesson learned. Perfect there you go now. The difference between chris and his age and my nineteen year. Old nephew is my knife near nephew. Would be storming out of here right now. He rip shit right yes. This is how it works. I somehow this hooks into the whole. I want to figure this out. Maybe off air but the are clinging to the narrative to be a just in my head. I keep thinking that. How does that dovetail into this because once you when something is yours you defend it like. It's some sort of maniacal part of your body even eric. here's what happened. Here's what happens and this is what we have to get away from when i say to somebody. Hey you left this thing on aura. Left to sing unlocked or i saw the mug and he should've put some are it feels to them like i'm rhonda rows and i just got them in a headlock and moving my skip into place moving their narrative moving my hip into play. Yeah right and i'm getting ready to throw you. Yeah and what you do reflexively as you start fighting the grip you don't want to be thrown and what i'm saying is relaxed. Feel that way you. I'm saying. I came in and the lights were on in the warehouse. That shouldn't feel like i'm getting a grip on you and getting ready to sliding my hip in a place. Don't make it feel that way. Just make it feel like the lights. Ron and you were the last person here. I mean i used to have conversations with donny when he was at the shop. I'd say i came. In on saturday the air compressor in the back was running. Remember this and he just go. I didn't i. Didn't i shut it off and i'd go but did you use air pressure on friday and you go. Yeah use a friday night. And i'd go. Why came in saturday morning. It was plugged in and it was running and he'd go. I turned it off and go. What do you think somebody broke in. And turn it on and you go. I don't know what happened. And i realized okay. We'll never fix then. There's no nowhere to go. there's no avenue there's no conduit. There's no modality teaching him. We can't fix this problem now. I never know if they believe it. Somebody goes into the best. I can write but when it i. Here's i wanna do. I want to come here and not experienced air compressor running all night. Yeah so what. Can we do to fix that and what we can do to fix that you go. I i was the last person. Use it i muscle left. It on won't happen again and the idea that we can do laps. That's the crazy part. All right what do you got there. You wanna take a call. I've line five. Got this virus. Sing with mike. Thirty seven michigan. Hey what's going on guys going on I wanna. I say i'm a younger guy. Thirty seven right I take offense to the generational comment. I think it's all about personal accountability. In how you raised. Well i am. I'm carving out military kids. I'm carving out guys who did a lot of wrestling in high school level. And i'm carving out guys who's like dads were religious and interest coach coached high school wrestling or are down boxing. Down to why that you come from a fair enough you you come from a tradition. Well you come from a military background. I mean personal. Accountability is like the first seen anywhere. You you're cured. Congratulations thank you. thank you know. I was literally on the phone with matt the andrea as i was pulling out this square patch from the box marked finish electrical the drywall patch and he's an rotc guy. Like a a core did demolitions he did. He did air in civilian air corps. Whatever and he's. I always say to them. How would this work in the military. And he's like it wouldn't work you'd be out can't have you can't have people not listening you'd be out so you've got that base down mike. Yeah well thank you. Thank you My question so. I thought about this a lot. I hate paying taxes. I can't even imagine. Call you guys. Feel out there in california where you're paying and you're not seeing any kind of return on your investment so i've got two ideas that i think would solve everything and everybody tells me stupid but i know it's smart and the first one would be that instead of paying week to week or paycheck to paycheck. You've gotta pay your taxes lump sum at the end of the year. So you know exactly what the cost is right right and then second one would be when you're filling out your taxes. A certain a certain portion of it goes to defense the courts law enforcement all the basic functions. But then you get to pick where the remainder goes whether it's the park service or the department of education wherever you feel your dollars should go and that would create competition within the government in kind of cut out the bureaucracy that makes sense. Oh yeah look it all makes sense happened. I don't think people are saying they're saying you're gonna happen right. I yeah competition. I this conversation that today with the mike and max a patah talking about tacos and everyone's talking about how fucking killer taco zar. Everyone's doing a killer taco. I mean there's just halcyon days. The salad days of tacos you can get a great taco almost anywhere and then i thought oh imagine if there was just government taco one taco. An injury to it'd be a disaster but the point is why why are all the taco so insanely good. It's like wild taco competition. 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2021-08-30- KSR - Hour 1

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2021-08-30- KSR - Hour 1

"From youtube and emt comedy off broadway in lexington welcomes josh wolff august. Twenty six through the twenty eighth than september third catch comedian and social media star josh and just office. Recent appearance on america's got talent. Don't miss michael yo. September ninth through the eleventh for showtime's tickets to all shows call eight five nine two seven one joke or visit comedy off. Broadway dot com. Talk radio ten eighty. This is kentucky. Sports radio presented by stockton mortgage. Now here's matt jones. I can tell you sports radio monday. August thirtieth game week. Yeah saturday the football season kicks off. I can't wait. I'm sure you are the same way soon. You'll be able to give us a shout on the cars papa. John's phone line to five seven tonight. We're maxed out the phones for a little bit of money. There's so much to talk about. I want to get to some of it. And i don't want people have to hold. We'll open it a little later. A vision glass text machine. Seven seven to sim four five two five four and this edition sponsored by the t. j. smith law office personal injury lawyer call tj. He'll make them pay brian's lexington. I'm here with shannon and little absolutely beautiful day once again. But but i enjoy it because we're going to get hurricane ida here on wednesday and they're expecting three to five inches of rain think it's actually coming tomorrow. Well right threatened the five rain ryan so obviously prayers here by dealing with it now but get your get your umbrellas ready for according to shannon tomorrow. That's not what my sources said. But i will i will. I will trust shannon ryan. I know this maybe not the thing you want to start with. But i could not quit watching this stuff from down in new orleans yesterday. I just kept watching him. Just the wins one hundred fifty mile an hour winds. Oh it breaking down apart. Sixteen years to the day that katrina hit you got to. It's got to be a certain kind of person to live in new orleans. Yeah i mean it's every other year you just gotta be like. This is what we do. You know what. Here's what we have. You ever seen this story about that bar new orleans. It stays open no matter what no no. There's a bar it's been open for like sp fifty years every day no matter what. It stayed open during katrina. Wow and it stays open on christmas and it is staying open through this i soon. I didn't see a story about it this time but i've seen stories about it in the past. Isn't that crazy. Who is walking in during a hurricane. Drink i first of all. I think the people who stay. Because you know some people stay through it. Yeah but you stay inside you. Don't go out to a bar. I think some people take pride in. I mean look. I'm not saying it's rational. I'm just saying. I think that's what some people do. So crazy. pete wilson. Maybe they're by themselves and they did the comfort of being with other so far. You're by yourself down there. And you're like i'll feel better if i'm with other people gotta get a boat to get there. Yeah well anyway. It's it's going to be. It's going to be a wet time. It does look like so far again. It's hard to know this far advanced. That saturday still looks pretty good. They said that newspaper today. Thirty three thousand season tickets have been sold a little less than twenty nineteen but not a lot. It does make me though wonder ryan whether it'll be full saturday because i am. You know that basically means they're going to need to sell twenty five thousand tickets or something new. That will happen i i. I've always felt like maybe close to full but not full just because there are people out there with coach. Spiking are still a little leery about going out and being in crowds. I don't think it'll be fool. I think it'll be full for the next one. Yeah missouri is a different story. I think saturday night with missouri. Kate tastic. I think that'll be full and also awesome. The i'm really looking forward to these next two saturdays. I mean i think saturday's going to be fun on a personal level. I think it's going to be as it's going to be the first day since kovic where the bar is going to feel. Like it's rocking. It felt good friday night at that party but like that was just all of our friends. Think this is gonna feel like old days. And then i think september eleventh with missouri is going to ryan feel like one of those great kentucky athletic days. In general i agree. You know there wasn't a whole lot celebrate during a nine win basketball season the ncaa tournament so we didn't have those kind of environment. Even the football season you'll s. schedule. I just to give you an example. I won't use the actual dollar amounts but during the football games last year the best day for the bar was half of what it was the year before the best day. So i mean that's just gives you an example of what it was like for everybody. You know what i mean for everybody else whereas now i think and also just get the sense. Everybody's you know everybody's just excited and we're gonna spend a little time today talking about the season and what it's going to get to. I do though. I feel like i have to at least acknowledge this insanity at u. of al yeah. I've been waiting to talk about it. I saw it happened right after we got out there. He's always happen always happens. I'm not gonna say do it intentionally. But there's a part of me feels like they do. They have to. You know. Friday news dump at noon and then i was on espn. So i didn't even get to hear the audio during it. And i'm keeping getting these texts i can. You believe the audio. And i couldn't listen to it so i listened to it after it was over the art so first of all dino gaudio ends up with one year probation ten thousand dollar fine and the federal judge going. Why are we here. This is so ridiculous and such a waste of time. Which by the way is what i said. The first time it was ridiculous that should never been a federal case. And as a matter of fact. When i heard the audio the audio ryan was amazing but it also confirmed that it shouldn't be a federal case. It was two friends arguing. Yup didn't you think that that's exactly what it was and got gaudio's audio is very entertaining. I'll give him that. It is very entertaining when he calls. Vince tire towed. Here's what you're gonna do. Here's what you go pay me. You go pay me you do it. Have you want you write me. A check brought me a check. I don't care eighteen months. Sixty six turned social security piece here. Why did he repeat at the end of every statement. He'd say something and do just what you did. He'd greed repeated. What because he that guy from leslie county who would repeat everything. Say everything and then whisper it store. That's kind of how he would just say it. Say it again. Yeah delighted. I love and then chris maxwell trying to france like dino. I love you man. I love you like you could trust me. I know you may not like shut up. chris. Chris mack is such a weasel and these things playing the nice guy because he knows he's recording the conversation. I mean chris. Like i gotta tell you man dino may have broken the law all although i still don't think that's what the law is a situation like that right. Here's where he screwed up at first he sent him report it to my superiors right. Yeah that wouldn't have been an illegal ryan. Yeah if he said if you don't pay me. I'm gonna report to my superiors. It was when he brought up. Tim sullivan and jay bilas and all that that was when he probably screwed up. But i still don't think it should have been a federal case but i still think in all this mac still comes off like such a weasel. I mean dino comes off kind of as a bully but don't you think matt comes off the worst friend in the world and we've said this was mentor. Protege these guys were super close for a long time. That's mac brought him here to be on his staff because he loves the guy ended up like this and then it was also kind of sad dino at the end is like i was good at offensive rebounding. Our defense was good. Look look it's nothing personal. I just need better chemistry. What does that mean. I need better chemistry ac. We all need to get my question. Did chris mack. No that dino is going to come in and have that conversation. He had to or chris map record every conversation have that maybe maybe christmas like watergate and there. You gotta be careful what you say to. Yeah because how would you just have that unless you knew either a that was going to happen. Our love i mean i love you man but you know how he needed a mammalian a man. I love you but and then dino cuss like a sailor. I wanted to play the audio which can beep beep beep. I mean like you can't you can't play it. Yeah so but cowl tucker made a great point when all is said and done and everything is over dino ends up with a ten thousand dollar fine and one year probation chris. Mack ends up losing two hundred twenty thousand dollars six games twenty days so turn him in actually back actually backfired should have let it go. I mean of course he should let it go. And i got the sense man. Here's i just listen to it. I got the sense. It was one of those things dino's blowing off steam ryan but he wouldn't go into anybody you know what i mean. I think he thought going in there. Mac his buddy with like okay dino yell let's do it. Let's do it you know. I really think they dino stop brought. I'm gonna play tough guy for just a minute. And then mack my old buddy. My old friend is going to go ahead and give me that money by the way. Do you believe let's say it wasn't recorded we. Max said i'll just pay ramon pocket. Do you believe he would have done that now. i don't know either. Now come on. Give on mac so so now this morning. Eric crawford is reporting that. There's more to the tape that didn't get released and that. What was on that tape. Maybe why matt got suspended. Oh that's intriguing to me like if you're going to release the tape released the tape. You got to release the release some of the tape. If there's more of the tape. Then i need to hear said tape don't you. Yeah yeah one hundred percents like we didn't get the best part of it and it also sounds like this suspension came from the president need neela pootie and the board that they were the ones upset which goes to show when you actually put someone in charge who has principles ryan. You're in trouble. And in various circumstances see. I just assume most. The suspension for mac was the allegations. That gadio brought forward. You know the now that they're not worried about any. Apparently that's not what it was. It says it was his behavior during the conversation. But if you just listen to the tight that we've heard it doesn't sound like he did anything wrong necessarily want to hear what the rest of the tape is. So i find it fascinating. It's also so you avail that like i mean. Just think about this sentence. An assistant coach was federally pled guilty to extortion of the head coach. Due to ncaa violations that occurred under his watch and yet louisville that barely even registers as one of the worst scandals. They've had in the last year right way down the list. It's way down the list. It is insane. Here's what's sad about little. I was just talking to tony bonetti about this. What's sad. is that all. These years of scandals have made it to where their fan base is apathetic. They really are. I mean one of the sad things to me is part of what made the uk. You've l. rivalry fun was that they were their fans had become insane. You know what i mean. Your fans had become the people like they were. I'll be careful what i say. But they were like the people who will listen to what anybody says it. Just do it. Because they said it and now they've been beaten down so much that they're just apathetic and actually think that's the worst thing for the program. You know what i mean. The worst thing for the program is. I don't think they're fans care anymore. And that's hard to recover from like being bad ryan. You can recover from even being on probation. You can recover from but if your fans stopped caring. That ryan is much harder to come back from. Yeah and they stood behind them even through some of the early scandals but then it just kept smacking them in the face one after the other they still have that one fan holding out form the uk. Sheriff that you had an interesting interact is something else. You like the sheriff shannon. I don't know the sheriff. I wouldn't know the sheriff if he sees twitter account right. I don't follow them. I saw what you Responded to know what you're grown man. I think he's probably in his forties. Would you make your twitter account. You avail sheriff. No what does that even mean. I think it means he's out policing those of us who might criticize you. Okay that's your take on. How what what's your take. I don't know maybe maybe it was a former sheriff guys. Share the dude with the scar on his neck and he was a sheriff. I don't know ryan is that now. He's this sheriff to sort of protect. You avail yeah protective. Defend his beloved cardinals. That's his job in life now. i think he's on. He's on a boat by himself anymore. It seems like he didn't. It wasn't his best decision to come after me yesterday. Yeah it was. It was entertaining saul say that as well. I won't go over it but you know sometimes you gotta you gotta finish it. Sometimes you finish do up seven one today. We won't open it yet. We want to talk about the football. We got some news crazy stories in sports not so much. uk but in other parts of the world. Some of these stories are wild. And i can't wait to get the take of ryan and shannon on some of this stuff that happened and this was one of the weirdest weekends of odd stories and rail bird shannon turned into No water-bird for a while. Ooh that's bad. We'll talk about that. More we retired scares talked about jones. And the crew called clark's pup and shop online at five to seven hundred ten eighty or one eight seven seven nine thousand four hundred eighty or since the kentucky brandon chaos or tweet of the day by twenty at kyi sports radio blue and kentucky. Sports radio on talk radio tennessee. Casinos should've walked in seeing mass. Twenty did i wonder how much money we're talking about. How much was getting paid. Probably a couple hundred thousand dollars. You think i'm not. I mean there's that public absurd. I don't know what it is. I'd be interested to matt. What about the multi-millionaire dino gaudio's thirst for social security i. I'm not sure if he's a multimillionaire. I mean he was. He never would have been coaching at the time. That coach started making insane money. So i you know. Plus i think some people just want their social security where they need it or not because they feel like they deserve it right after paying into it all those years. Yeah after paying all those taxes for all those years you want a little something back but dino definitely like get me to sixty six and two months i can get by social security. You get all kinds of perks at that age quite like i think. He liked twenty-five coffee at. Mcdonald's can go workout wherever you want any. Jim is that right. i think so. I don't know about this. My dad told me this janos. Oh you get twenty five cents coffee. I don't know if twenty five percent but you get a discount on coffee and you can work citizens him you want. I believe that's right. Yeah well what are these other big benefits of being sixty six. I'm sure there's other ones do you know of other ones. No i need to know sneaking up on it here. We have some sixty-six-year-old listeners. Are older tell me what are the benefits. Seven seven seven seven four five to what is dino have to look forward to the seventy seven to seven four five five four except the twenty. Now then i'll make sense to me. Why when you walk in any small town. Mcdonald's there's ninety old men that's getting twenty five cents. Coffee now makes it now. It makes sense free refills free ringing field. Every wonder why do they always choose. Mcdonnell's that or like a dairy. It's always one of those two. Wow when berger says matt my day. The girl who's grandpa recorded every conversation. He ever had with people outside his family. That's that's weird. Yeah i was gonna say that's a little walked around and recorded every conversation. He had man's because you have you ever recorded any conversation. No i mean not without the person knowing. What about you ryan. Yeah i have. Oh what. I could tell me something i can tell by the way. He's talk that he does not wanna talk about it. I i could tell. I knew it. I'm intrigued though. I knew though the way he said that because he's so open about everything the way he said that was with. Let's just move on. Yeah the person's name that can you tell me so i i. I'm on. I'm laying off. Almost i can feel it brian. You want us to move on. don't you. Man that hurricane is up here. Just want to know the scenario now. Let's let him off normal. He doesn't do it but let's let him off at admit to it. Then when a dog so odyssey's recording over record a conversation. But when i was thinking about running for office my mom suggested and she wasn't the only one i probably five or six people say every phone conversation you're on from now on assume it's being recorded. Yeah and so. I did actually now doubt but i did because i think she was probably right about that. There's a lot of sports stories. Our talk about the one fast me most is. This bishop sycamore story. Yeah no kidding so. Espn had a weekend of high school football. This weekend. like games all weekend. I g academy is like the best football team in the country. They were supposed to play. Bishop sycamore a school in ohio. The game is thirty seven to nothing shannon midway through the second quarter and the espn announcers basically go. All right folks turns out. We got duped. This school told us they had tons of division one prospects and we're great and clearly they're not and this is a sham and these kids are going to get hurt and then comes out that it's not even really school. Gosh yeah. Their web webpage is just a blog and shannon. They play two nights before they get on. Espn nobody factor nobody. Espn we got duke. That's shame on them. I mean listen. I'm espn god now but part of that is on them. You got to check up on this right. Go take him for your work. You just call up and go. Hey i got a great team. Shaven billy we're all we're all division one prospect. Okay come on out and play the number one team in the country now so now. The question is how did that happen. And here's another thing. Ryan that teams playing johnson central friday night. That's right play. Johnson central next after all this. They were what they were like. Owen six last year even in your game preparation. Either by the producer or the announcers. Somebody should've caught. Hey i don't understand. How did they not know that. This team went. Oh and six last year. Somebody didn't do their homework. And really the announcers. They was good limb to admit. But don't you do a little game prep and show prep before you announce a game like that. I should have believed they also they. They only had like twenty four players. And it's not even a real school not even a real school ages. You got people like in the neighborhood shannon. Some of the players apparently are like twani. That is unbelievable. unbelievable that happen on. Espn need like a long story about this. How did that happen. thirty thirty. h fascinating to me that this team. How did they pull off that scam. Because they got a lot of money. That's why they did it now. More kentucky sports radio presented by stockton mortgage. Here's joe tight so the sixty six year old thing is called silver sneakers and if you're a member of silver sneakers you can get into any jim free. That's what he needs. One person writes a lot of movie. Theaters will give three dollar tickets for seniors. See there's all kinds of perks. You're hunting and fishing licenses only five dollars. If you're a senior we need more seniors hunting in with guns. Let's see what else most people are. Talking silver sneakers it seems to be a big one. Yeah all national parks are free if you're sixty five boom. I'm sure there's a lot more. The i feel like. I'm not getting enough of these. I know there's gotta be more folks that are our senior listener seven to simpson for five to five point. I know there's gotta be something else. Get your day at the state fair senior citizen day. I don't know what happens there but you get your own day. There's a day that the state fair. There's a senior citizens day. Well that's exciting the img okay. So this back to this thing for bishops sycamore second. The coach got paid ten thousand dollars for the game. That's a heck of a scam. I've been watching this documentary series on. Hbo which is really good. Which is about all these scams called generation hustle and some of them. You sit and watch and go. How did they pull that off this that. This should be an episode. How you got. Espn two book. You against the number one team in america. Kind of their big showcase game with the whole weekend. I m g here is amazing. Absolutely amazing also. Amazing the mets. Have you seen this story yesterday. The mets beat the nationals. And every time they'd get a big hit three of their players would go thumbs down all that thumbs down and when asked why they said the crowd boos when we play bad. So we're booing the fans. When we play good childish is all my good new professional athlete acting like a little leaguer. I first of all. I love this story because wow of all the places to do this new york yeah concrete jungle where dreams are made of. And you're telling me you're going to do that. New york i mean what do you. Their reaction is going to be the next game. They're gonna hate you to the point. We want to pitch or not a belly it. You're better than that. I don't think they're going to do the belly. Probably stops what is havi by is gonna get when he comes up to and he's only been on the team for a few weeks. Those home games are going to be ro games with the fans dude. I can't wait and then the owner comes out and basically says our players are being ridiculous. I'm for the fans. The fans like but now the players are going to turn against the owner yup owner of the falling. Apart for the mets. I mean they were in first place for a good part of the part of the season. Now it's all just falling apart ryan. How dumb do you remember. What my okay. So when i started doing k. Sr i had a rule. We never fight with the players. We had one player that always wanted to fight with us. And i would tell hold serve. We're not going to say a word about him right. Yup can't win fighting with the players and ryan. You can't win fighting with the fans either. No these are the people that come and support you. That's why you have a job because fans come to gains and watch you play your professional your mature adults supposedly act like me grow up. Have you ever heard anything like this with like. Oh no basically. The team turned on their face. Here's the question. Do they do it again to the players due to say they win tonight. Do they do. If i were the manager out. Have a good talking with with the players. Say hey you can't do that. I hope they do do that. Your bench they do it again right. How funny would it be if they did it again. Well it would definitely be. We're talking about it in kentucky. It's it'd be a bigger story is right now. I love the story. And i cannot wait to see what harvey i mean. When can you think of that. A home teams player has been booed out of the park. I remember when it was garry. Templeton with the saint louis cardinals. He flipped the fans off as he's walking back to the dugout worse. Yeah well i first of all look at ryan with his garry templeton altun. I remember garry templeton plate for the padres. He did after the cardinals. Okay or the odds. We'd have garry templeton rallies reference. Well but the at that time the manager why her of and out of the dugout at grab even drugging back in you know so. That's why did the manager. why don't i don't. They knew what was what they were doing. Know what i mean. 'cause like it's not obvious what they're doing there but it was. It was absolutely great five. Oh five seven one tonight. He's speaking of great shannon. How great was ryan and richie. Farmers fight on saturday awesome. Awesome of people. Who don't know i need to give a little backdrop. Can we go inside the business here a little bit. Don't but i'm gonna stop you shannon shannon kit step aside if he didn't want to go inside the bit. Well no i mean. Part of it is obvious because you saw it in the crowd it so shira is wrestling tony gun in the kentucky heavyweight tournament water gun. Tony gun aimed sheera. We don't know how bad yet but he got hurt during the match it was. It was unfortunate and and if you were sitting there were ryan was out there. Because he was sheer as manager. You could tell immediately he got hurt. Something was something wasn't right. And then ritchie came over and started talking a little trash to ryan and next thing you know we get a fight. I it was absolutely glorious. Okay i was in the back with the people. And i was watching it on the camera and you know. Sometimes we've got an inexperienced camera crew and sometimes they don't get a perfect dangle but they got the perfect angle of this got it all ryan in all his glory. Fighting with richie farmer. He takes his shirt off of deep v neck by the way after sheriff shirt shirt that he wore a deep v-neck threw it in the crowd and took his glasses off. Of course by the way how did you get your glasses back One of the referees picked him up. Okay because i thought you just left her glasses out there yeah. They started fighting the camera. Angle of ryan sweaty back as he jumps on. Richie farmer i mean. Do you know how happy it makes me that my radio co host is fighting my childhood hero right in front of me. It was a weird moment but it was. Yeah he was over their mouth. And i'd take up from a guy sheer i'm not gonna let mister clay county mr. Uk covent pick home. My guy well there to win. You didn't are you understand. Ritchie like you're lucky they broke you up. Ritchie would have beaten you up. We clay county every pfizer clay county i just love the willingness ryan has to take your shirt off at any given moment. Yeah i mean it doesn't take much it does it does a search coming off of ryan a fight and a shutout. Brian kinison for a great call. That was a great line. Yes ryan say what he say. Rise about to lose his pants an reaching farmers. Your your pants. Were on like your pants. Were barely hanging on. Did you think they were gonna come off. Oh yeah there's one. More time i thought to myself. What kind of boxer shorts do i have their back out and your pants were so close to coming off And now. When i saw the video i was just glad when jumped on richie's back. My plumber's crack didn't start showing back. I felt like it was. I think it was. I think the camera may have missed that already. Seen enough of you came. We didn't i mean that that's what puts them in the seats right there in in scenario well. I can't stop fighting on my friends. I thought michael bennett. Richie farmer but stivers is. Give me the double barrels finger salute. Come all male. I'm losing all my friends. Yeah well your guy won. the match. Wanted to see to see how his injury is but it was. That was the first time shane. And i've been there when somebody really got hurt. Yeah that was tough. It was sad to watch him. He was in a lot of pain. And you know it's weird scene. Dude that big. I mean. He is big. Yeah that big in pain is just kind of like. It's tough to why it's tough to what it's tough guy. Who's in that kind of pain and is so large because you just think man. He is bigger than life. Yeah and yet. He's in a lot of pain and he was laying out the mat after he won and nobody was helping him. So i ran back out there. And i'm thinking. Oh my how. Michael pick this great moment ryan picture of. He's like huge good manager. He was jimmy. Hart trying to pick up heavy ride proud of you guys gave it for david for the entertainment five. Oh to everyone today. let's go ahead and open up. The phones five. Oh to five seven. One eighty football news and next hour. We're going to pick our final final results on every game. Since we're starting this week we'll be right. Bags are blue lights across the bluegrass county by county. Virtual tour presented by the kentucky off of highway safety after this to talk to jones. And the crew. Called the clark's pump and shop phone line at five zero two five seven one eighty or one eight seven seven nine four eighty ups in kentucky gates on kentucky. Sports radio on talk radio. Kenny quarterback sports radio penalty five seven one today at k. Wise portrayal if you want to give us a shout. One person writes mad. It's funny here ryan. Tell somebody to act like a mature adult same weekend. Pierpoint is a fair point. That is a good. That's okay ryan is doing what he does just protecting my guy for i go to the phones joey. Gatewood is eligible ryan central florida. Are you happy. I am happy for him. I read something where he might even win that job. Like you didn't win the job at auburn. He didn't win the kentucky. It'd be hard to win that. Charlie just got there. Yeah i mean literally only been there a week and a half. It'd be hard so he is eligible this year. That's what yes. They made a ruling this weekend that he is eligible here so be interesting to see we. Now we'll have a quarterback central florida and a quarterback at new mexico. Both of whom ryan could have still been here. The two guys who were fighting for the starting job last year right and are expected to fight for the job again. This an interesting thing to watch over the course of the year. How will love us. Plays in boao because the two guys that are elsewhere both wanted to could have been. Yep yep bs could potentially have been our starter this guy and it'll be interesting to see how it works out mike. What's up mike. Yeah hey matt. Good as listening to The advantages of being a senior citizen. I don't see my call this in I lost connection just a minute ago with your your your show but anyway one thing we get is through the homestead act. We get our property taxes reduced minds reduced probably one dollars year every year. I didn't know that. So now. I you get twenty five cent coffee. I get to go to gyms free. I get movies for three dollars. And now you're telling me. I get a lower property. Tax to mike. Yeah yeah yeah well look at this. That was interesting. But mike appreciate you giving us the info anytime i can save money. I'm all for it. I understand that. What what else our say being retired. I tell the people out there so time being retired is you don't have as much money but you sure have a whole lot more fun. It's good i appreciate i. It's hard for me to imagine being retired. Feel like i would get bored. I don't think you ever will. I think you always have something going on a great now. You've got like five or six things going on at once. Right w this. You're you're teaching. You're writing a book. You having started a second book. Maybe i will one day. I mean you just wrote a book is what i mean. You've always got something going on. I can't ever see you being retired. Either you would be retired ryan. No i already have a couple of dream jobs that i want to get whatever your dream jobs. The greeter at walmart had on the list. You beyond the guy who's the the starter golf course. Who sits there on the first tee box and like make a range that drives around. Hey key speed up a little bit boys. That's my to dream. Jobs will dream big right. Yeah i mean let me just be clear. I think you could get both of those jobs now. Like i don't think it's going to take like if those really are your dream jobs ryan. I feel like i could get you both of them tomorrow. I want to wait until i get retirement age so i got something to look forward to and work towards explained to me i can. I can understand the gulf. Why do you want to be the greeter at walmart. 'cause you can be happy all day long you can just greet people be and give them their little cart when they come in and just interact with people you think. I really think you would be happy all day sitting and talking to people like that. Yeah yeah. I think it would be a good job but what if somebody who's retired. He just wants to get out not be alone. What about what about on black friday when it's crazy and people were stealing. Tv's you gotta go stop them. We got go tackle them in the parking lot. Would you be happy with that. Yeah of sick that day. I said i feel like i feel like we share them. We can make this happen for him. One day we. Should you know what i mean like. Just like giving them a sample day. I don't see why we couldn't do that. We definitely could. Someone is listening out there that manages a walmart. Wouldn't you think yeah. Probably here's the thing. I want you to write me seven after the show because again if it comes during sean might not see seven two cents in four or five to five four. If you could make ryan's dream come true. He gets one day as a walmart greeter. We'll do the show from the walmart and we'll sit right shannon watch while he's doing the greeting but why does he even have to be an employee greeting people now. I i mean. I wanna how the vast fast normal close just just greeting them. Yeah vast and name tag and the little lanyard with something hanging from. It always got something i know. There's somebody out there that can help me with this. Seven seven seven seven four or five to five four or call five zero two five seven hundred eighty hour and we'll come to your town right. Yeah it'd be. It'd be like a better in a small town with him greeting. And i'd like to watch live is fantasy. You gotta get. Every person that comes through ryan. It's a little work. You got to be on your toes falsely. We're going to make this happen. Ryan's dream shannon. Wants to play with. Metallica yeah you know what i mean i'd like to host the nfl the super bowl ryan walmart walmart green. Larry larry. Yeah my question is what is david aka dumbbell door about putting garrett in the game and losing okay. I took me a minute now. What you were talking about. You're talking about the reds right. Yeah which which game the o one the other night. They're already losing. But they bring garrett in and winning. And the i in and hate your stroz and no good. Pitching gets the game over and straps up like a peacock. I don't know. I mean. I am meer garrett's this year. I'm with you man. I appreciate college speaking to that. The reds play the cardinals. Monday tuesday and wednesday is a big series. The reds are game and a half up on the padres. Three and a half up on the cardinals. Ryan your cardinals fan. Would you like to go to one of the games with me. I would like to go to one of the game. Which one tonight tuesday or wednesday. I can't go tonight. i think. I'm going to be with people tuesday night so maybe it has to be wednesday mean my people. You know your your people you know. Go out with and look at a couple of things. Oh okay gotcha. So wednesday night with wednesday not. I could do okay wednesday night. We'll go to there and that could be the rubber game right that could be decides decides to wins. You guys are coming back on us now. Reds lost two straight to the marlins that's bad you can't keep losing mar although you all blew a game yesterday. Did you say that. The perk about to turn around. How so be ready. But did you see that chain in the cardinals. Three one on the pirates in the night loss to the pirate gave a three run homer in the bottom of the night bomb. That's that's a bad loss. Because you all. I was already ready to say you were back there. What three games back from the three and a half but we got three straight games this weekend. So you and i are going wednesday right okay. Wednesday it is. I'll put it in here. Sounds good i. Let's go over the schedule and let's pick our games reading get started here and then go after the break five. Oh five seven tonight. Louisiana monroe when when big win move. Quit missouri shannon. When brian when going win chattanooga when reich went big win win south carolina on the road shannon when ryan win win florida at home shannon loss. Brian loss loss. Lsu at home shannon win win. Yes ryan loss loss. George on the road. Shannon loss ryan loss loss mississippi state on the road shannon loss ryan win loss tennessee at home shannon when ryan when i got win Who's next vandy shannon when ryan when when New mexico state when ryan when when louisville when brian when you to both have nine in three yup i have eight four does that make me ryan to negative. No cause i think that's probably the minimum and what scares me is the at south carolina atmosphere state. Can they win both those on the road. Sec you have us winning at home against lsu losing on the road against mississippi state. Why i just think just because it's a home game i think. Lsu is down. They're not as strong of a team as they have been in the past few years. So i think. That's a very winnable game ryan. You have us losing taylor issue but winning at mississippi state yeah. That's the way the schedule setup. I think it's a rough road to hoe three losses in a row florida. Lsu and then at georgia but then they can win out. I think they're going to be. I think if i'm not mistaking. There's a bye week between georgian mississippi state. Yes see that gives them two weeks to get ready for mississippi state. Which i think that's why it's a win. I have a really weird thing here. Because i've got four wins four losses or four. Wins four wins. Yeah and they're very well could be the way it plays out. I mean that's the way the schedules laid out accent genuinely think. That's so here's my take. I think they'll come very close to winning one of those florida lsu games. I think it'll be like down to the wire but we'll probably lose and then it gets mississippi state. It's just the home team wins. This series. right. I mean that's what it's been. Has that last eight years or something. Yeah i just not a believer yet. And what mike leach is trying to do down there. You know the kind of struggle with his offense last year. That crowd gets into a stupid panels salvos. Yeah it's the day before halloween. So they'll all be dressed up. Maybe if there wasn't a bye week leading up to it. I just think that plays in our favor. Yeah well there's some key like pivot games. The missouri games a pivot game. I think the florida games. If you win that florida game and be five zero ryan all my you know you're cooking with grease as they say but we'll see. Do you agree or disagree. We'll take a break come back. I number two menu interchange through the streets.

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SIGNAL SPECIAL: How Pell lost his appeal

The Signal

15:20 min | 2 years ago

SIGNAL SPECIAL: How Pell lost his appeal

"This is an a._b._c. podcast. Hey everyone ruby joins and stephen stockwell here from the signal now. This is an hour normal all morning episode by immodesty news about george pell today and we thought it was important to let you know what's been happening. Yes so george polls appeal against a conviction for child. Sex offenses has been dismissed taurean supreme court which means staying imprisoned to continue to serve out the rest of his sentence by a majority of two to one the court of appeal has got no pill okay george pels appeal against his conviction for the commission of sexual offenses. We're going to break down that decision for you right now. Explain kind oh how we got here and what was conceited and help us ease a._b._c. reporters sam donovan who was in the court this morning. Hey sam hi ruby her stephen so it sam you're there supreme court in melbourne open this morning. What was it like when you got down well. It was really <hes> packed just outside the victorian supreme court on william straight which is <hes> the the major part of mogens legal precinct though huge queues people trying to get into the court today. The footpath was just chockablock. We've camera operations and journalists <hes> so for anyone trying to get past the victorian supreme court this morning. If that had business elsewhere it was pretty difficult to get through on the footpath footpath. There were supporters of george pill out there is will they were also <hes> against utah opponents of george pell perhaps survivors of institutional child sexual abuse who were there holding placards and and they're to voice. I guess the support for the surviving victims in this case can you take us inside aside the courtroom and the lead up to the event and the decision being announced well. There's not really much of a a a laid up the media section there was packed to the gallery. He was packed <hes> the three judges of the court of appeal walk into the court. They wear special robes with a red band on their arm. I'm to signify that the judges of the victorian court of appeal so they came in <hes> bowed to the to the courtroom courtroom of course as his protocol bows back to the judges and in george pill was brought up from the sales into the court to he's face he was dressed as with moist often sane him during his court proceedings he had his black <hes> priests solution he did have his clerical caller on today <hes> and hey came in and and <hes> was stated in the dock and in the judges proceeded to deliver their ruling we will start this morning by explaining what will happen. I host the three judges who made the decision on pels appeal today. What do we know about them. Well the chief justice of the victorian supreme court court and ferguson. Who was the one who delivered the decision today for the most part she was joined by the president of the victorian court of appeal chris maxwell and the third judge was <hes> justice marquand coosa a very experienced judge in terms of presiding over criminal trials here in victoria. Yeah i mean when this decision was coming down. Can you give us new kind of how chief justice ferguson the proceedings on the why would she was what she was saying how she thinks dotted. It was quite unusual. We got nauseous yesterday that the court of appeal was going to taken approach that i don't think it takes all that often quite often you'll see through a judgement and the judges will give quite a long explanation about how they've come to reach their decision but today justice ferguson came in and within the first couple of minutes. It was clear that cardinal pill had lost and was going back to jail and we will start this morning by explaining what will happen. I we will announce what we have decided. She outlined the fact that it was a two to one decision that <hes> they would dismissing the appeal and as i said he would be heading back to jail oh then she went through some of the reasons she went back over the trial explained a lot of what was alleged in the case she also made a few comments about the world water publicity <hes> notoriety the cases head around the world and then expanded a little bit more on the judges reasons for the decision but the actual conclusions run to three hundred pages so there is lot for everyone to digest the particularly the lawyers have been involved in the case and cardinal pill. No doubt he'll be going through the the court's this judgment back in his prison cell yeah three hundred pages a lot to get through so they were three grounds for the appeal that defense argued the first ground was the main in one and that was the the jury was unreasonable enraging its verdict. Can you explain what that means. Well the this. This was really the best chance george george pell had of winning the appeal that he needed to convince the three court of appeal judges or at least two of them that it was unreasonable for the jury to found him guilty last december and that the complainant had made up the story or was just a fantasy so we know that the surviving choirboy oy told the jury that after the masson mill winston patrick's cathedral back in nineteen ninety-six hey and another thirteen year old choirboys snuck off into the back rooms of the cathedral and were caught by george pill sweeping ulta one and he told the court and the jury that enraged pill in sexually abused both the boys and and then early in the following year pill sexually abused hema gain in church cardo so the surviving choirboy was the only witness who you gave that account there were another twenty also witnesses called by pills tame <hes> who said that the offending couldn't have happened or infect didn't happen just just because there was so many people around in the cathedral at that time so a the pills tame really needed to convince two of the judges that it was just unreasonable for the jury to accept that evidence of the surviving choirboy given the views of so many other weaknesses but the two judges have come back <hes> chief justice ferguson and justice maxwell and they've said no we believe the complainant justice maxwell and i accepted the prosecution's submission that the complainant was a very compelling witness was clearly not ally doc was not a fantasy list and was a witness of truth justice weinberg as i mentioned didn't accept the complainant's <unk> evidence i respectfully dissent in my view upon the whole of the evidence it was not open to the jury to be satisfied beyond reasonable doubt of guiltier. He said that there was a chance that he thought <hes> some of it. May have been concocted spot the difficulty for all of purpose. We haven't been intimately involved in the case. Is that nobody apart from the jurors. The judges the lawyers and court staff have actually seen the victims evidence so the second ground for appeal that was more of a legal argument and it was about this animation that post host defense wanted to show in their final address and the judge and post trial wouldn't let them use this video. Can you tell us a bit about what that video animation was. It was described as being like a pacman game the animation to peaks a blueprint of the cathedral complex with a series of colored dots and lines shown moving through the complex. H colored dot or line is attributed to a particular person or group pills argument was that it was just impossible for him to of abuse these boys that after sunday mass at saint patrick's cathedral the place is just buzzing. Church officials are everywhere read their parents their other boys and it just wasn't possible for him to be aligning ruin with three boys possibly the door open and sexually abused awesome in a period of five to six minutes so the defense came up with this audio visual presentation to show the movement <hes> of the various church officials and other people who would have been <hes> in the cathedral at that time but at the trial the chief judge of the victorian county court paid aqui. I said no no no. I'm not letting you introduce that in your closing address. This is evidence. It's not a closing argument so i'm not going to let it in so <hes> pills pills taming. The court of appeal tried to argue that <hes> chafe judge keyed was wrong in that decision but all three of the court of appeal the judges rejected that argument the animation was tendentious in the extreme it was plainly intended to implant in the minds of the jury that the compliance account must have been impossible because the evidence charge that they were can celebrant priests in the room at the time of the alleged defending the visual representation extensively based on the state of the evidence at trial had the potential of misleading or at least confusing the jury the third and the final grounds for appeal that was about the way that pell was arraigned to stand trial his lawyer has said that when the charges were read out and pell made his response to those that because some of the jury were watching by video link link and some of them were in the room that there was a fundamental irregularity in in the trial process. Yes that's right. There's a section in the victorian statute achieve that says <hes> that the the person giving their place or entering a plea guilty or not guilty certainly not guilty in cardinal pills case is needs to be done in the presence of the jury as you said in this case cardinal pill did it by video link as i said the three judges just have completely rejected that ground today and they've said not fun to do it by video link. The statute isn't necessarily saying that the defendant needs to be in the roy physically. It's too by video link so this morning cardinal george pell was in the courtroom and this decision was handed down. How did he react he. He didn't show a lot of emotion stephen and that's quite common for him in court but obviously this was a huge <hes> day fahim. If if if he's appealed got up he would been released from prison so it wasn't very long after he'd sat down in court that <hes> it became clear that he'd lost. I didn't really say glimmer of reaction. He his face was fairly impassive and expressionless <hes> he then had to sit through through the half hour or so hearing listening to chief justice ferguson <hes> explain the courts reasons. He tended to move his hands a lot what he has a tendency to sitting court very pensive sort of poise. He'll he'll christie's chain in his hand. <hes> and it's clear he's listening closely nicely so he was doing that today. <hes> at the end of the preceding this morning chief justice ferguson just said to the court staff plays remove cardinal cardinal pill from the coach <hes> so he was taken away would have been taken back down to the souls of the victorian supreme court <hes> putting the prison van and <hes> <hes> hitting back to <hes> the millburn assessment prison he has released a statement or his lawyers have released a statement on his behalf saying that <hes> he's very disappointed with the decision but the lawyers his lawyer as we look at the the judgment <hes> in order to work out whether they can mount special leave application to the hardcore <hes> the statement says that while the cardinal notes the two one split decision he maintains his innocence and he thinks he's mini supporters. Yes we're not going to the high. Court is an option for hell and so there is some indications that he might do that well. He may be an option for pill. You can't go to the high court just because does your not happy with a decision. The high court will only accept an appeal. If there is a legal point that eat feels it. He's he's <hes> it. It's appropriate to concede us so the wording in pills statements appropriately is <hes> to determine whether they can mount a special wave application to the high court so we'll just have to wait and say to we know what impact this might have on. George paul's role in the catholic church is the vatican's anything noise hi we of course roy is eight hours behind melvin so you'll be a little while before we hear anything from the vatican usual chalet tend to <hes> take quite a while before they respond usually a day also or even more the better has previously made it clear that it won't be making any decision on whether he remains a cardinal or remains a priest until the legal process has been exhausted so it may be that we hear back from the vatican that <hes> they will white to say if any high court appeal is mounted before making any decision in that regard what was the reaction of the survivors offers of child abuse that were outside the court this morning where he was sitting quiet in the coach but there was a fade of the decision to fade was on a delay so about twenty seconds after it was clear cowden pill had been <hes> head lost his appeal. We heard the chee go up outside side. Oh really unbelievable so <hes> lots of critics obviously cardinal pell and perhaps supporters of the survivors of institutional child all sexual abuse survivors themselves. Were obviously <hes> really rejoicing <hes> about the the decision today. It was interesting in handing down <hes> the court's decision chief justice ferguson did speak a little bit about the the notion rise of the case and she made it clear that cardinal pill is is not to be made a skype gauche <hes> for the offending of the catholic church that he's is just one case well. Thank you so much for speaking talking to us and bringing us up to date on all of this. It's my pleasure and that is the signal uptight for today but speech your interest and you'd like to know a little bit more about the background of the george pal case you can listen to our episode from this morning. Understanding george pills appeal and stephen and i will be back in your face tomorrow yup.

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Hour 2: Have An MVP-Caliber Christmas

First Take

40:52 min | 9 months ago

Hour 2: Have An MVP-Caliber Christmas

"The finals mvp goes up against the seasons mvp today. when king. james. In the lakers. Take on luca in today's going to be a lot of fun guys. These games are so good bolt teams wishing for the gift of their first win of the season. Stephen a who is more valuable to their team. Talk to me. Would you go lebron or luca first of all before we get into my basketball. Take directing my answer to your question. Molly since you and mac and the chris maxwell in christmas spirit you know you got on the night. Santa hat max has on that beautiful sweating and stuff like that. You know making the people smile. I didn't have anything like that. So odd thought. And then. I realized i got something that i would make me smile. Oh my god this works. This works. crockett listen every time. I hang holiday every time. Put on this head. It reminds me of a holiday season. That's relevant to all of us but not necessarily those dallas cowboys fans out there. So that makes me feel good in the christmas. Spirit more soda edit right now and that's what i call ranch now. Let me the next coal. It all stopped. let me. that's right that's right. Let me stay in that state of texas right now and tell you when it comes to play more valuable to their team. Even though lebron is the greatest in the world even though he's at champion the fact that a matter is it's luka doncic what do i say that max kellerman in eight just because of his game because he's in dallas as opposed to la. Don't have a anthony davis. He ain't in the second largest off the second largest state in the united states of america second largest market. I'm sorry he wearing the purple and gold. He doesn't have seventeen championships as a backdrop. Tokay he don't have all of that. He planned for the dallas mavericks and dallas mavericks without luka doncic. You got injured poor thing is you got dorian finished. Smith you've got tim hardaway okay. They got josh richardson and now no disrespect to them because we know that they can play and they're going be in the playoff very formidable guys good news and i love me that tim hardaway to you because i love his daddy but let me tell you something right now. The bottom line is without lucre we paying attention to anything about the dallas mavericks but mark. Cuban and he's shocked tank so the bottom line it. Looker is more valuable. Because he's the one that single handedly has this entire franchise relevant. That's why we gotta go with luca in this particular situation with this particular question for a lot of talk who say who is more valuable to their team and we all know one guy is better. And that's lebron. What really asking is who's on the lesser team. But i think it's more than that when you say who's more valuable to their team. Luca lebron i think lebron is more valuable to his team. And i'll tell you. Why stephen you right that it to take luca away from the mavs like he gets them closer to a title right or to the playoffs or winning a playoff series himself. Maybe you could argue because there's less around. Although in porzingas gets back that'll change too. But i think there's something bigger than that. The question is who gets you to the championship to the promised. Land if you look on the lakers and took lebron off. I don't know that we'd all be saying yes. The lakers are definitely going to win the championship. But if you put the brown on the mavs and gave him porzingas maybe they would be titled favorites. happens lebron jordan debate too. I think lebron by himself get the team closer to title than jordan by himself. But if you give drugs and you give lebron something right but if you give them both stuff jordan will take you there every single time right. That's lebron is in this nba. He's the jordan of this nba. Whenever lebron has a reasonable chance to win the title he either does or gets very close. You know like he gave. He goes six games with della vedova. As his second best player he beats the seventy three you in warriors team if you katie the warriors nothing he could do or anyone can do. But the brod gives you that premium over everyone else including the lakers. That look at us just doesn't give you. Lebron goes to the mavs you'd think. Maybe they could win it this year. Lugos to the lakers. Suddenly you're like a lot of teams in the west can compete that premium. Not just being great not just doing more with less but when you have something turning it into championships makes to me. Mix lebron the most valuable to his team. Well i definitely hear where you're coming from. And i'm glad that you came to the party albeit a bit too late you recognize. Lebron is the best in the world and his extreme value. But let's take into consideration the specificity of the question that we address it. Max kellerman the fact that matter is when we talk about. We just talk about basketball when we talk about. Lebron look we ate to talk about lucas and international arcand right now lucrative. From the united states of america he is an international alcon. Which is why. Mark cuban just brought up his cachet with social media. Because the bottom line is when you look at the dallas mavericks. This guy has got them on the meth. You realize how. Much money luca is. Make the dallas mass franchise you cry. I mean listen. I don't care what the luther serbia morocco. I'm dan what's up. Everybody across the world know something to about the man jersey right now in the mass franchise all because lucas. So let's take that into consideration along with him be at twenty one years of age along with him being why. Let's bring that up to the brothers. Got a lot of cachet and i'm talking about overall value. I'm looking at him right now. And i'm saying this kid right here is something special and we can't ignore that well. I just looked up. Luca while you were talking on twitter. He has one point. One million followers lebron has forty eight point five. I don't think we want we. I don't think we wanna play the social media game with lebron a beast. I'll see this is not a knock against luca luca at twenty one twenty. It's ridiculous the kind of stuff he's doing at his age. He's almost on pace with lebron but l- abroad by the way when i said kawais the best it's not the first time i thought lebron was no longer the best and i was mistaken. It's happened three times steph curry. Vp and the team looked invincible. I thought blah bronze better but in this. Nda status is better because he can. I thought that was janas. And yeah i thought that with coli and then no doubt yup and the remarkable thing about laurent is whenever. It looks like there's a contender to his throne and events conspire to make you think well he's had it. He's getting older. This dude is on the come up. He took it over. he beat back. Those challenges meths jaanus and kawhi. It's the reason he's next men jordan. All time i take fans everywhere max kellerman knows that you are huge baseball fan. Eight that correct correct since you since you a huge baseball. Fan three strikes. And you're out. Oh goodness steam demise. That's true. I feel like you can't see me right now there. I am buzz stephen. As christmas morning just started at around eleven o'clock. He officially woke up. Southern steve. I know you're a late night kind of guy. Thank you for joining the party. Merry christmas southern statements. Good to have you with us. If you think you may be depressed or if you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious better help. Online counseling offers licensed professional therapists. 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Embiid looks like he's shaping. Ready to go. And ben simmons is healthy. So can the seventy sixers get back in the nba title contender conversation. Stephen sat down with sixers coach. Doc rivers to discuss. We welcome in the new coach for the philadelphia. Seventy six is a champion with the boston. Celtics obviously been coaching the clippers. The previous seven years. The one and only doc rivers new head coach for the philadelphia. Seventy sixers how you coach. How's everything going stephen. I'm doing wonderful doing terrific Seasons on his way. That's that's what we want. Get this thing going coming into the season coach. How are you feeling about the sixers. Just looking at your roster right now. Do you view yourself as a contender. Always think you've got work to do. But how do you view this team coming into this season. I think we are. I think we're one of a bunch of teams in the east is tough. There's a lot of good teams here but we feel like we're one of them. I think When when people talk about our team they always star with with benn and joel and they really should You know and they always say this that they haven't won. And i say well i can. I can name a bunch of deals having one But with our youth the yet word should be put on the end of that sentence. And that's what i tell our guys we haven't won yet and so we're on a journey just like of other teams. Are i heard you say something recently. That i thought was blasphemous. I think they're ben. Simmons is elite. This dude is a jump. Shot away from being lebron. James two point. Oh that's how gifted is but not only does is he not perceived as being the shooter. He doesn't even attempt to shoot. And doc rivers was quoted as saying. That's not that important. First of all that was that quote accurate that just say that and if so why on earth would you say that because i really believe that it is important in the long run. Let's let's be honest. But i wanna to begin. Simpson play free. I don't want him to play thinking about shooting a jump shot. I want him to play downhill getting the paint make blaze Get to the free throw ally something that no one's ever told them like get to the line as much as possible ten times a game if you can get there And then you're shot will come but don't go into gangs. Don't drive to the rain at thinking about man. I need to make a three tonight. No you don't you need to play. I asked him a simple questions. Even i'll ask you if we average a hundred django and twenty points this year. Do you care where they're from or the care that we are fishing and doing it. And that's what. I'm trying to tell ben I think naturally those shots will come and he works going on every day. But i don't wanna walk it in the game thinking about you. The jump shot. But he's a twenty four three pointers in his entire career. You know the game better than me. You coaching on an elite level. All of these years. And even though. I think you're absolutely right about what may transpire in the regular season. Come postseason top. You know threat from the perimeter. That's four or five basketball on the offensive side of the floor. My not right about that when he has all you know people forget i have rondo and we wanna row championship with rondo. At the point guard and early on rundle can shoot the ball around. Didn't want to shoot the ball and he still doesn't a lot but run. There was not effective in the play offs. And i think bend to be the same way. Daryl morey is the new president of basketball operations. You and i spoke in this. Obviously somebody used support wholeheartedly being leading this organization because daryl morey record speaks for itself as an executive in the nba. But i'd be remiss. Let me preface my question. By saying i am not asking you to comment about james harden. okay. I'm you're not getting doc rivers. I'm not happy about talk about james autism but that's right we're not we're not. We're not getting you five. But i will ask you this question. There are people who look at the seventy sixers teams like the seventy sixers. The brooklyn nets. They say hey. They're a piece away from title contention. I know you're feeling good about this team. Do you feel this team can legitimately compete for a title as structured or. Do you think there may be a move here or there that needs to be made. I think we can't structure. Evans said that you know everything's going to keep looking even that's just what we do And we have to. But i like our team the way it is right now for sure last question as structured right now i don't wanna say championship or bust. But what defines successfully you with this pacific seventy sixers team this season. That's a great question For me and my those are hired in the most people and so you set yourself up but You know. I'm going to win the east and then if you win the east and you wanna win it all but the first goes win. The that's the only way you can get to. The finals is by doing that. And i went our guys. Focus on that you believe is presently constructed. Y'all can win the east to ross dot happy holidays. Good luck this upcoming season. A you know you will see me. So i'll see you. Well i see you everywhere. Stephen even on general hospital my goodness everywhere. All working on their coach. I'll try to be a renaissance man trying to be a renaissance guys. We're going to have a little fun here in the spirit of christmas Likud here speaking of joyous occasions kendrick perkins always good to see you. Merry christmas. We're gonna play a little Santa game here guys. And you're gonna tell me i'm going to run through a bunch of teams. What should be at the top of their wishlist. So we'll start here. Stephen a europe. I yeah yeah yeah. Go ahead molly molly. I merry christmas us even a little disappointed that i that i didn't get the memo that we will rent that we will wear christmas colored throw rugs on on the show today whether that makes on dance just horrible. I made out grumpy. Santa until you're not you're not to put out a suit and tie. The problem is if you people would really think you're santa claus. I needed a good laugh. Can we start blessed. We're we're like half in the spirit on the shore. A little messed up. We'll get it together next year but we're all in the spirit when it comes to nba game. So let's start with this. Stephen a. The defending eastern conference champs the heat. What should be at the top of their wishlist for miami this season. Well i would say for jimmy butler to be consistent version of what we saw in those two games. They want an nba finals. It's not enough for jimmy butler. Be good it's not enough for him to be an all star. Jimmy butler has greatness in all over him. He just needs to deliver it on a night in night out basis in terms of his aggression. We know he's going to defend. We know he's a rough ride. We know he's not scared of anybody but he needs to be incomplete attack mode to ascend to a level where we start to where we're talking about it and more consistently in the fashion. We talked about him during the nba finals. When he got the heat to two victories he was absolutely stellar. I think they need to see more of that from him. I actually think butler is kind of maxed out what he can do which is at a very high level. High level all star. I think he needs a crime partner. Who's also great. Not just good has a lot of good players. Band is very good among the best bigs. But i'm talking about. Do go get you a bucket at an all star level to go with jimmy butler. I think that guy is tyler hero. I think the heat have to hope that tyler hero who was a twenty year old rookie last year continues ascending into a star like a legit all star player. Which i think he's capable of and if they get a guy like that if that guy could become an all star look out for the heat agree with you both but i you know i got a soft spot for the bigs and i think is bam out of the by you. I think would ban ki as he keeps getting better. Every single year is time for him to up his game even more. And i'm talking about his points per game. We know that he could defend at le- level. We know that he could rebound in blocked shots. No he wants the floor. He does all those things will. But he's going to have the up his points per game from seventeen points to about twenty three points and these capable of doing it strongly believe at bam is a top-five big in this league and if the heat or gonna take dead joe. He has to be that big tom player to be the dynamic duo. The pat up with jimmy butler all right up next guys. We got miami's opponent. You just saw zein in the pelicans they'll be an action. Max what should be at the top of their wish list. This is a slam dunk so to speak zion's health herein zeile william stays healthy. Worst stays healthy. I love the way people are. Sleeping on zion. Just because we've never seen anything like him before he doesn't look like what came before so people don't understand yes. Mvp caliber talent. He could be the best player basketball one day. He just needs to stay healthy. He has wiggled his game for a wide body. He can jump out to jim. He can shoot better than you would think for a guy who looks like kim at this stage in his career he can. Even i can do so many things just because this is this charles. Barkley or blake griffin plus. Some extra stuff with that guy doesn't sound like the best player in the league. That guys usually all star but not an mvp off. This dude just has to stay healthy. I'm not gonna try to add to that. We all know about the help of zion williamson. Because he's box office. And that's really what it comes down to determine the new orleans. Pelicans he's the face of their franchise. We understand it a healthy. Zion williamson means a significant upgrade for the new orleans. Pelicans is that something. I don't disagree with you guys. But i'm focusing more on laws oboe. We know what we would. Would you gonna get out of zaire. We know that he's boxoffice. You know what you're going to get your first time all star and your most improved player will win from out of brandon ingram lonzo ball number two pick. He has the still game. They need more out of him. He has to be consistent. And i'm not talking about ten ten seventy seven. I'm talking about on the lives of sixteen eight and five. He has the elevators game. Show was what type of player he's going to be. Is he going to be all saw type player or z. Gonna be just so simple bro player. That's going to be the difference maker in new orleans. Pelicans and i'm focusing on lonzo. Let's move to the second game. Starting with steph and the warriors stephen the dubs what should be at the top of their wishlist. This year. To me to me at the top of wishlist other than the health of klay thompson obviously should be the ascension of grandma green. I love my brother draymond green. He's a basketball savant. Brilliant defensively knows the game backwards and forwards but numbers. Wise draymond green. He hasn't averaged in double digits. The last season seven plus points to caesar before eight points last year. He's shooting twenty eight percent from three point range two years ago twenty-seven percent last year or twenty eight percent. Because it's twenty seven point nine. I need better from draymond green offensively because ultimately you know what is brilliant as he is as a basketball player his knowledge is iq etc etc ultimately to get guys to listen to you even more you got to produce more effectively at offensively. I need more from him. Moving forward that i need. I need to see more from him. Offense that's under the tree. The warriors they need shooting shooting shooting shooting and that crazy the golden state warriors need shooting. But there's no klay there anymore. Obviously k d's not there anymore. And what did they. What are they have who they have playing big minutes guys like wiggins why's mint but kelly oubre all these guys are athletic and can play a one degree or another. You know what none of them do. Even average for their position shoot. They don't have a single average shooter for his position on those in the starting rotation or really on the bench in the rotation paschal lots of good players zero shooting and there are different ways to score. Shooting short helps and it makes it harder to score and those other ways. When you can't do it they need shooting shooting shooting. I think the the golden state warriors knee andrew wiggins took. Elevate his game. They're not accident him to beat a number one option then not exiting him to beat the number one pick. They're just excellent him to be a robin to steph. Curry klay thompson is out. And i know he's capable of doing it. He's averaged twenty points throughout his career. And that's all they need from him is twenty two twenty two points and i understand you saying shooting max. But there's other ways to to get book is just knocking down. Three point sets andrew wiggins post up. He's a hell of a slasher. He cannot downsize when when when when he's when he gets going. But he has to be consistent and i think the golden state warriors playing on making making the playoffs in the western conference. Andrew wiggins is going to have to elevate his game and not not have to be number one. Because there's steph curry but he's gonna have to give them twenty plus night all right. Let's get to the team. They face that would be the reigning. Mvp who just got paid jonathon jakubowicz and the bucks which should be at the top of their wishlist. Max time machine so they could go back in time and convince marriage to not go to europe so they could go back in time and signed malcolm brogdon whether or not they saw him in in their long term future he becomes an asset that they could move matchup salaries bringing dude like chris. Paul when he's available no disrespect drew holiday. And who says you can't have both. They can both play off the ball so that they can shut up long enough for the bogdanovich deal to go through and they could add the shooting in the playmaking to the back court that they need. The fact is the new. Cba is adam. Silver told stephen a smith on this show. A couple of days ago is working as intended to supermax people or turning it down. Two hundred twenty five million. You're not bouncing. You know if you think you even have a shot so they still have jaanus but they have much less of a chance for a championship because of mistakes. They've made in the recent past. I don't think that complicated. I think what they need. More than anything is consistent perimeter shooting from yonathan remember. Come playoff tom. you back off. You make sure that you do what you can patrol the pain and try to keep them out as best as you possibly can and try to turn him into a jump shooter. because he's a minimal threat from that position and as a result. That's why you end up losing four straight in the eastern conference toronto raptors a couple of years ago. It's why you ended up getting bounced and five games in the semifinals to the miami heat because ultimately if they're able to minimize you patrol you to some degree by by making you shoot jump shots and that's not what you can do. It hurts the rest of the team. He's the two-time reigning league. Mvp he averages thirty we know how formidable years particularly in open court play basketball. You get back on defense you them. The shoe perimeter shots. If he can't do it they can't win. He needs to become a better shooter from the perimeter of better threat helping the spread the floor for other people as well. That's what they need most. Well you know the thing about the milwaukee bucks is is that i strongly believe that they have a pretty damn good start and five or starting five. Their commander would any starting five in the nba. Now would i do think that they need the most is. Who's going to be that guy off the bench to give them that fifteen sixteen points a night occasionally give them twenty off the bench and i think that might be bobby bobby portis. He's underrated player in the league. Don't get enough credit for what he brings to the table. He could get buckets when they when they wanna go small and move to the five in stretch the floor with him at the four. He's capable coming needed. Provide good minutes. So i'm looking at bobby. Portis helluva pickup for the milwaukee books. I just wanted to see him. Come in there. Being be with cares is going to be for the brooklyn nets to the celtics guys jason. Tatum will be an action when the nets. Come to town stephanie. Who would you be on the top of boston's christmas list this year. Kemba walker you need them in a lot of you need him with that crossover with those ball. Handling skills with his perimeter play particularly his ability to hit shots in the clutch. From the perimeter. Help spread the floor from boston. To give jalen brown and jason tatum. That much more than that much more makes them that much. More of a threat to operate kemba walker is a key to these guys right now and i know what i said about him early. And all of those things apply particularly. When you're going up a team like brooklyn but kemba walker no joke. He can put the ball in the hole. We saw what he did in carrying the charlotte hornets franchise all those years. He was that guy if he's any semblance of that guy for boston. They obviously become far more formidable. That number one thing they should be wishing for a healthy kemba walker. Well i was gonna say. They need a contractor. A good windows guy. You if you wanna expe- get more light in the room. You expand the window because they need to expand their window. I thought a couple of days ago because the nets have come up in the world because darrow. Maurice is in philly. Now they're coming up. Because of milwaukee what kendrick perkins just told you about milwaukee but i gotta tell you the truth after watching jalen brown play. I think what they really need is to hope that jalen brown is as good as jason tatum. That's the real competition that those push each other because the distance between one and one a. is not what i thought. It was jaylen brown. If he's really this dude that we saw game one. The celtics are a problem. Agree with you max. Jaylen brown is a rising star. India's one eight one would him. Jason tatum and jaylen. Brown sodas flashes last year in the bubble he was arguably the most consistent player for the boston. Celtics in the playoffs and now with kimball walker being heard gordon would move and on the keys in his hand ball is in his court to show the world that he belongs in. The conversation would all stars. But when i look at this boston team i wanted to see what these two bits that they added in the off season. He's gonna bring to the table and the tristan thompson t both. These guys have a phenomenal game. One in my opinion. Jeff t set the tone off the bench and was he spoke. Tristan thompson had twelve at eight. Twenty two minutes in his first debut with the boston celtics. So those two guys especially tristan thompson with championship pedigree. Not only am. I looking for him to bring that to nasty. That forced that energy. But i'm also looking at him. The bring ned leadership of bringing in that locker. Room holden guys accountable. Bring guys together making sure guys. Don't stray away. So i'm looking at these. Two guys as veterans still could produce in his league at a high level to come in and impact. Too gross max space off against you know who katie kyw re and the nets brooklyn's coming to town match. What should be a top brooklyn's wishlist. Well under tree. The brooklyn nets should want to see absolutely nothing. Not a damn thing. They have to hope. Everyone forgot. it was christmas for them. They need no injuries. No setbacks no trades. No big ideas about bringing in james harden no nothing the brooklyn nets should want things to remain exactly as they are because if they do. They are coming out of the east while injuries for the first to avoid injuries for k. d. and kaia revolt to be healthy because we both know katie's achilles and right show to obviously those with things that served as an impediment to this success last year. But the other thing. I think to point out. Is that no distractions from kyrie. Let let make sure. He's locked in and focused and ready to do not the ball on the supreme insignificant level. No distractions from kyrie. That's what you have. Everything else is in place gaps agree with both the biggest the biggest wish list. The biggest wish for the brooklyn nets is to make sure cares. Burt state locked in and be a star in his role. And that's being that guy that comes in off the bench as the sikhs man being mine. Who really like steve. Naseeruddin the interview and providing twenty points. A game all right. Let's move to the final game of our sleigh jamal. The joker the nuggets. They're all going to be an action. What should be a top of the nuggets wishlist for me. Personally if i could just be. If i could just sit up there and bless somebody and give them a miracle. I'd like for yokich to be able to jump onto a curve. Show some kind of hops. Get some kind of got everything. He's got everything up shoot. he could capacity. He got big body can lean on. You'd hope it he just can't jump onto a curve to save is damn life more hops than him and i got a bad knee for crying. Even though the knees get better came at the end of the problem he can. Now get a anthony davis. That's just not gonna work that. Saying if i could do anything it would be to bless him with. Just a shred back. Let the meeting hops. But just a little bit. That's what i would do. If i could do anything for the nuggets. If i if i if i saw something in the stocking that i really needed to see as denver nuggets you know how you say. Some guys need to play some defense. I would like. I would like a porter jr. to just even become acquainted with the word defense just to learn how to pronounce the word defense. If porter jr. could even pronounce the word defense. The nuggets could be something. Oh man yeah a rare form this morning but it looked for the nuggets to me. I think is gary hairs. We know we. We know what you're going to get out of jamal. Murray and big yogesh. Gary harris has the beat at third option. He has the pick going. We know on the defensive end. These knows he get into guys but on offense event he has to be better he has to give them more of office of impact. All right guys. Let's get to who they're playing your favourite max kellerman co and those clippers but to be atop the clips wishlist on this christmas morning. No surprise here. Paul george gonna show up in the playoffs. Go see the wizard of oz if you have to do whatever you gotta do. Paul george shows up in the playoffs about for leader. That works for me to be a leader. You've got to be able to inspire. He does his job. He's phenomenal at is job. What part of it. Now is being the faith. In the leader of the franchise galvanizing. The troops inspiring. Though you know what. I'm saying so so kind of game quite short. You have a lovely woman in his life. He said that he looking at and say. Hey come with me. No he he was he did. He did what he could sit up there in south himself. I love ya what needs to come with me. Do something to lead. Because that is what the clippers need from landed. Not just as twenty seven points per game. Surprisingly i'm looking at a guy like nicholas whose long who's at the who could the fan who could defend multiple positions and i'm looking for him to have a huge impact on his own his clippers roster disown officer via being able to knock down sites on a consistent basis. That's all that's all. The clippers need from being able to stretch the floor not downsides and did the league defended that he's capable of being all right. Let's get to the game on carly molds looking forward guys and that's going to be dallas. We had mark cuban on against the lebrons in those lakers. Stephen what should be on big wishlist. This christmas to somebody else. So they don't have to depend on porzingis being healthy. Because if you got to depend on him being healthy. I don't know how much that's not. That's not a guarantee now brother seven three and he can ball. I got mad respect for them. Make no mistake about it. But i damn sure can't depend on him to be healthy. Get somebody to offset the inevitable injury. That will come his way because if there is a brother that is guaranteed to see a doctor. It's him You might be right but then in that case the mavs just have to pray because how do you replace seven three unicorn that can bomb from the outside take biggs off the dribble defend the rim and when he's healthy defend in space. He is a game changing to type of dude where. Gm's in the off season all have to in any conferences. In what are we gonna do about that guy. 'cause you can't match up with what do you do about porzingas. There's no replacing them. They didn't have to hope for his health. What would the dallas mavericks. You gotta look at bronson kicker flat out. He wasn't healthy last year. But right now he's healthy and the dallas mavericks. How him and he's a guy that you could throw win and could play on the side of the loop because he don't need the ball in his hand effective. He's a walking bucket. He revised it. That that's gonna impact of the best so i'm looking at brunson. Have a hill of the year and have a huge pick with the dallas mavericks team. They're playing lebron. A in the lakers the defending champs max the purple and gold. What's on their list. The truth is people sleep on what rondo did for them. Last year. playoff rondo is gone. He is real but he is gone. Now they have to hope for a playoff schreuder shooters upgraded the regular season by far. That doesn't mean he can play like rondo plays in the playoffs. And if he can't and the netzer there that could actually spell doom for the lakers. Playoff schreuder is what they hope for. Listen all got a hope for is for lebron james to remain the ageless. Wonder he is thirty. Five years of age. Thirty six this wednesday eighteen season in the nba. Fresh off a leading the league in assists while average. Twenty five a game. This brothers on another level make no mistake about it as long as lebron is. The ageless one. He is the only person demonstrate at has to worry about is dennis schroder. He don't act right he don't shoot right. It ain't go matter lebron. Oh make up for it with. Why strongly believed that. The lakers need to be hoping and praying. That called kouzmouk. Finally note finally learns how to play the game of basketball. The right way look when he gets. We know that he could school but pass into him making plays him being alive on the defensive. Ian i'm looking for kyle kuzma. The sosa grow social maturity. So about the lakers. That's what i'm wishing and banking at hoping and praying on his cow. Coups learn how to play the game of basketball. The right way. Stephen zay on in the pelicans and the heat coming up right after us. Do you think zion will ever be the best player in the nba. Max do i think he will. He hasn't no one has ever looked like zion before hard to imagine. I think he'll be the first. He's twenty one years old and already are real all star and he hasn't even begun to scratch the surface he stays healthy. He'll be the best in the league. One day max again. I love the christmas sweater. Love the spirit. Have a wonderful holiday kendrick to you and your family. And of course stephen a have a blessed holiday. Thank you guys so much for being with us. So there's another podcast. We think you may like overheard at national geographic. It's a show that takes to the edges of our big and weird and beautiful world documenting democracy on twisting the world's largest tornado searching for rex of lost slave ships accidentally inventing a new color. Those are just some of the curiously delightful conversations. You'd over here at nat geo headquarters so listen to overheard at national geographic. Wherever you get your podcasts.

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#1223 Beer Cans & Buckslips

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Tommy John Dot com slash ads and simply safe dot com slash. Adam to I am as I get older and borderline obsessed with people sort of inability to carry we out instructions. That's my obsession new thing. That's my new thing and I also cannot so. I've always said one of the first lessons. I've learned the all that I've learned in life like have you said we all that all all that. What Adam what do you know about life? I'd go people don't know how to sort things prioritized. I WANNA know. I mean literally. I've a shop and the shop is filled with stuff. And and so I'm constantly saying hey we need a drawer that says ruff electrical and that'll have wire and conduit. LB's and Blah Blah Blah and. Then we need finish electrical. That'll have switch plate covers and rosettes and things that go around you know. Be The finish stuff the stuff you look at versus this stuff. That's in the wall and I've always said chapstick. Not what the batteries because when you're sorting sorting through the AA batteries. You're gonNA find a chapstick in there because the same shape every time they have nothing to do with one another but they will be discusses sorting by shape and no matter how much I say anybody just take all the time you want but get that look. I need the drywall. Screws with the DRYWALL. Screws screws and then the machine screws with the machine. Take all the time you want but just do it all afternoon walk. There's thirty drawers all have to do is walk to one one random one. Open it up and I'll find stuff that doesn't belong with the other stuff all time every time everytime today I went to the back. I opened my rough plumbing drawer to get Johnny Ring. You know Johnny Ring is who you by the way. Consider yourself blessed last to not know what Johnny Ring is bring you put a toilet on. Yes it is the wax ring but still consider but but you didn't know what I mean. I think the blessing is. I've not had to deal with what you have to scrape among. Yeah okay so I went open one drawer to do that right. And then I went and open another drawer that said elect all it said was switch. Plate covers the plates that you put on the wall and I said you know I wanna swap one out in the bathroom here and I slid the drawer open and it's filled with switchblades switchblades in the little cardboard package. You know the carber packs like five inches by five inches lates that surround the switches. Little plastic plates usually class right the very first the thing. I pulled out from the top of the drawer was this. Oh my God what. It's a Mesh drywall. Patch now that's to patch the a hole in the drywall. After you slam the door and the door knob punches a hole in the drywall you can fix it with this. What does this have to do with fists with Finnish electrical? Yeah well nothing but what is it. It's the same shape. Yeah it's the same shape and everyone is so fucking gone that they just aren't they sort by shape. Do like what monkeys among keys would sort by shape right if you left to their own after Malone they would sort by shea except for. I don't leave him alone. I tell all the time like. Hey No get it out. No that's just switchblades. There will be nothing which plates but the mind starts starts to go away and now you get the shape now again drywall. Patch has nothing to do with Finnish electrical. But it's the same same shape as the package that comes in and that's what you get and there's no amount of conversation that can never fix that that much. I figured figured out. Yeah also I had a conversation earlier today with the young man who last this time I randomly showed up he was just in the parking lot eating a Taco truck. That was the last week this week. I call them at like. It was ten thirty four to be fair to him and he picked up the phone and I said Where are you Kevin? And he said getting off the freeway and I said what honest good and I said what time were you supposed to be at work. And he said ten thirty and I said do me a favor skin the habit abbot of being there. When you say you're going to be there and then you know what I do drew not for me for me? You're young you're mistake. You have a young you have a whole life life this ahead of you. I'm old and I'm rich. I don't care but you do you know how many people you go be there ten thirty if you call them at ten thirty five and you go where are are you they go. We're just getting off the freeway. Don't just be just be there. Ten thirty what what is going on through. And why. Why is this not stressed just a couple of things all right so first of all? You're making the error of making it about the other person which is only going to give you more grief now. That other person isn't making it about them. You know what I mean. You've got to put it back on them. which is the right thing to do which nobody does ever especially today especially today when everything that's going on is the result of what's out there Right so how would you even even will. Naturally his response I would imagine would be traffic road. Conditions whatever as opposed to. I should've left twenty minutes earlier. Anticipate this well. I've I've said I've said one million times the initial pushback back gene is what that's the problem that's the problem that's the that's the steppingstone that's the gateway. That's the enabler. And it's and it's work work at them as you found out it's work to go. Hey for your own sake. You're pushing it back onto them. This is what I have to additional time after go. Hey cut it out stop. Stop it and that you've got to have people with you on that. They have to stand with you and hold firm because people they don't they're like it's it's like trying to teach an animal something you have to be surrounding it. You have to be consistent. It has to be applied over time. And everybody's got to do it. You can't have have a housekeeper comes in and gives your dog. You know treats for nothing right. You know what I mean. That's us by the way the housekeepers the one who teaches I'm telling people I don't think people know what's going on. I walked in here yesterday. I found a buck slip up. The buck slip was filled with writings. That I was unaware of I said to Chris Maxwell Pat up who was sitting here the other night he he said me. That's my buck slip. I said I've had I'll be conservative. I've had five conversations with Chris Maxwell. Pat said feel free to use the studio. I don't WanNa know you were there. The next time I come in I would argue. It's all all you have to do. That is not a unique conversation to Chris because I have been object of that conversation. And it's in me now right but not capable of taking the buck. Tuck slip weirdly in you. It has to be a part of you. You know what I mean. Well I'll take part of the problem part of the promise when he left the Tallboy Beer. Kellyanne Dan the first time and I said hey man and he said I did a sweep which he doesn't realize screws him up forever forever. It's what enables all this to happen and make this about me for section. I'm just saying around a sixteen by sixteen inches. I studiously. He tried to get down. You'll know why do I do. And this is why I wanNA talk about it. Because there's a weird part of me you're GONNA go nuts on this Max paths kimmy. Look but it's like it's not the buck slip. It's the inability to secure the simplest ideas. He doesn't like it but it's because they are simple because they're low priority to everybody else. They stay low priority so we have to adopt your your you whiffed adopt. You're you're looking over our shoulder and you're interested in your workspace and we have to honor that respect and motivate ourselves accordingly right and I know you would say it's for are you But it really isn't at this point and here's my problem for me but here's the problem. I don't see shit sometimes that I should see and I don't you know what to do about that. Like if I if I were to sit there now I really try to clean up right. What's directly in front? But I could screw up. Whatever over there you know with I? I wouldn't make that mistake personally. That's your here but but but it is though. Isn't it a weird thing that because it's it's not my priority. I Miss Things. Well so you think you see what I'm saying. I I don't know I I was eating in Cherries and I got sort of bad habit of just taking the pits out. Just sort of setting them. Put them on the countertop Vernon Napkin on the countertop. It's like something some rhythmic thing. I just would setting him around. That wasn't throwing them around and putting them weird spots. I was just like I'd put him on the countertop speeding about the yeah wasn't doing that but whatever and like the other day Olga said Hey stop leaving your cherry pits all over the place and now. I've been a Weirdo about not doing it. Yeah she said that. And I don't WanNa talk to her about it i. It's my house and I pay her. That was her request. I don't WanNA get into it. I what I'm saying is I don't care about beer cans or buck slips I care about your inability ready to execute the simplest idea which by the way we should never have a conversation about because basically this is your Stepdad's Jag. Thank you WANNA take it out and do a little joy riding you gotta put the seat back in the same position. Otherwise he's going to climb in and go who's been driving my Jag. I'm the Stepdad. WHO SAYS I don't care if you drive my Jag? Just don't remind me you're driving my Jag by leaving the seat up I get it. That's about as straightforward as it is it gets. I don't understand why now. Obviously it's easy you go that's your priority and it's not their priority right and you have to have to make it their priority right but you understand. I'm your boss and it's not your priority. Olga works for me in my house and I've made her request my priority. What's interesting to me is how hard it is to be as good with fitters? You'd like to be on your behalf or on my behalf. Now that's weird to me. This is my work. Not Their sixteen inch by sixteen inches. Space you have to do is bring bring this dot disagree with with the. Don't disagree with you at all. It's weird. It's positively weird. I would argue and I and I will personally. I will do my damndest to be Perfect with it. But it's weird too. You're damned always that weird I I find it weird I I don't I'm not I don't understand understand what it is. I don't get that he would hit had on the blower and let's see if we can drill drew you put on your kid gloves and see if you can figure out what what that is. But I think it's just a generational thing we may not because I've got a little whiff of it but I want to get into the Corona Rona virus and also the Kobe Bryant catastrophe and we all talk about. They might not get into tomorrow but go keep going go ahead all right. Hit your spot there and we'll we'll do our friends at simply safe home security. It's like a commercial great security for your own home if there's a break room the US real video evidence to police eyewitness accounts you've all heard about this. We need this. It's the modern era. Everybody should have this. Police dispatch up to three hundred fifty percent faster than a normal burglar alarm comprehensive protection outdoor cameras and video doorbells entry motion glass breaks the sensors all monitor twenty four seven by live security personnel. Set it up yourself. 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Do you not mean for it to be a priority. It is a a priority. Do mean for an hour in real problem areas. Now it's a priority don't mean for it to be a priority. He intends for it to be a priority. I'm still I'm still labeling this this is essentially you getting a D. minus on your on your on your paper about the Abe Lincoln and then the person going. I tried my best. Not Rather you say not that you did drugs over the week. It is not that drill into because it's weird to me. I mean it to be a priority needs to be a priority and yet we F- F- up. Yes how does that happen. I really look when Adam has requests. She has a long as your words carefully. I wish you were navigating waters. Could get you in trouble Mr Curl at has a request another request for you. It's for you. The request is for. Yeah and he wants his winners for him. Yeah of course yeah I do take it seriously. He does have a lot of requests for instance when we close the the bags out there overrun by this one workplace. I am not overwhelmed by air and and I think I do a good job. Like if he's saying if we're doing grades here I'd say I'm an a minus with his requests that true Well I think there's an issue the issue is his request are take care of the workspace you know when you're done Y- yeah Fold the LID back. Full the bag down on the chips. you know when you're done with the bathroom or don't leave the heater on overnight overnight or whatever these are these are all rinse your coffee Mug so these are all my requests. But here's the problem. I run into this with Lynette. All the time she goes I watered your pots. Okay and I go not my pots. These are pots our house like so what labeling them Atoms requests and then going Adam has ten requests and I got eight of them right. That's pretty darn good. I wouldn't process them as requests. I would say that having a thing a nuts go rancid by zipping. The thing down that you're eating and everyone else eating shouldn't even fall under. The heading of Adam wants this atom wants then I'd it should be an act. I'm talking about even if I walked by drew leaves. I don't mean three hundred up for somebody else leased or somebody else leaves out right right but don't process it is. I have to remember what Adam has said. Assess it adds idea I would never put a mug down in a in a in a sink without ranson clean up my space so I let let me processes so i. I have an office medical office in two other doctors. Work there And when I come coming it's mine I own it and I you know I pay for everything there and everyone just kind of contributes but really. I'm the main Main owner of this thing every time. Am I go. I have to pick off the floor pieces of paper. Tiny little pieces of paper and Kleenex punched out things. Every time time no matter what I say that that now I've not gotten on everybody about it but I always think to myself. Wow how weird that I can't. I can't pass if this up. I can't walk over this. Yes because it's my place in my responsibility and it bothers me and I'm wondering if there's something about ownership well. Yeah that's the piece. We're were missing that we need to well. That exists. Look I look. Here's the thing about leaving a sack of potato chips. Open not for Chris but forever one for me If you'RE NOT GONNA do it at home than don't do it here. I that's all I sal. You're how all the time if you blow up a Burrito in the microwave and you would clean it at home then you must clean it housekeeper. Here's that's it's all this now. I still do it. I do it at home. I rinse my mugs at home. I do everything at home too and by request it's my job and this is overall when Adam comes was in I wanna make his life easier. Sure right but then back to the sixteen inch area in front of my microphone. Yeah why are you not not totally capable of of without exception without exception of doing that. Very simple task I am capable without exception and I I really do think I am. I worry what do you think that part of the problem that part of the reason we've had this conversation multiple double times is because one of the first time it happened. You quickly responded in that you did clean up. I hate that you tell the story that makes no sense. Why would I respond wand if you say hey there's a beer there's a beer cap here? Oh not idea your cap beer can oh I did a sweep. That makes no sense that I would say that you said it. That's it's what you said. I swept it before I I must have missed it Souissi. And that's the part. Yeah you must have missed it in your sweet. That's interesting to me that I feel like I could do. The same thing. Drew the interesting part the worst. Wait a minute what's confusing about how I'm portraying the story because me saying if you go what's let's this beer. Cain doing on on my desk and my console and I so I go. I did a sweep that nonsensical. That doesn't sound like I said it's more of A. Oh I must have missed during my sweet my bad. I'm sorry what's the difference between I did a sweep and I must have missed during my sweep. There's a huge difference the other one. It sounds like like it's an excuse. The other one sounds apologetic. I'm sorry about that. Drew Understanding. There's some problem with follow with. Ill never happen again. I don't know how that happened. No you left a tallboy. Beer can in the middle of very small area. And I said what's the deal and you said you did a sweep of it now you could have said I did a sweep and I missed it but the point is is you. You responded. I did a sweep with sounds insane because obviously if you did a sweep this the first thing you would find never happened again. It'll never happen again. That's it now what you see. It's a generational thing they don't he doesn't understand what we're talking. Check the tape. It was a year cap. It was not a I never left round many. We are down that we don't come their own defense that's ever maybe that's a better human. Maybe better human there. Our beer can on another occasion. It'll never happen again Dan but there were definitely after me. There's beer caps have been found and beer. Hands have been found. Now you have to check interesting to me. What's really interesting to me is? This is is disturbing to him and for me. I expect this kind of feedback and abuse from the world. You know what I mean. I just expect it. I'd resident somebody just to lay myself on the ground and let them crap my head. I was okay with even would not. It's a generation. That's what I hate. I hate you saying because I do feel terrible about it I I really do feel awful. I kick myself in the butt for and and I really want to be better. I truly thing when you all right. I used to go into people's houses work in their house and I'd always snatch a few pieces of nuts or chips or whatever it soon as they laughed. I've go right to the pantry and I'd grab a few of cashews criminal. Okay yeah but I had a very strong will like. There's no way they're gonNA find out. I did this like no way. I would position the can so they was the same spot. I would leave stuff in the same spot I would turn the fucking planters label to the outside. I wouldn't take too many. I didn't want him to know. I've gotten I head ahead coming into this. So if you're coming into the studio and you're sitting rice it in you're sitting at my station you have to come in with a head of. I don't want want anyone to find out that I was here because the rule is use it whenever you want. Just don't I don't WanNa know when I show up the next is all comes down to this. It's like I really do care in value. What making your life easier you not finding out about this and all that it really does mean a lot to me now? There's another thing. Can you say this all the time. I'm not as good as I think I am. So I guess gory about that. And I'm willing. That helps me willing to make changes as and figure out how to change dig. What that's good? Everything is good. What what? And that's the way I think what I'm saying is generational holy and this is you hate this conversation again generation really. I grew up in a world. Where if the boss said drive my car but if that seats I I don't WanNa know when I get in the car that you were driving that seat I literally would put the steering wheel in the same position I would? I would wipe it down like I would. That's generational How we grew up? That's just how we grew up. You grew up different generational so everyone here. It's just a different. It's a different world and that sense wants I mean look it's just a it's a subject. Ask An old guy about gay marriage and you know my kids about gay marriage. They go fine yeah. The land was different generational thing. I don't think people really understand now. The only difference is the way we do. It is the right way to do it. But it's still a generational thing. Bullying me I live it and and I live it on another as thinking this through. I I realize it at the end of podcast test. Your priority is getting that guest out of their goal. Turn the lights off your media way front desk and and that it's a focus thing again that priority thing because I could see how easily could how there's a piece of paper there's a piece of real estate at sixteen inches by sixteen inches the request that's made multiple times. This don't let me know you're here by leaving remnants behind capped on the cans or bucks left. That's it it's right here it's right we're on your face if you if you can't make that if you can't execute that then there's an issue. Yeah the beer the beer the beer bottle generally up with years ago. We have a lot of calls. I WANNA say that I. I think I thought I got better. I thought I had a good system. I slept now. I will make an adjustment and audience. I do understand that the first engagement is what led to second and third engagement. I understand that's what that AH does it. Every time Matt famously million years ago when he screwed up the parking lot he's went. I did the best I could do. And we had to keep going back on that one because that can't be the first engagement gauge -ment if you do that first engagement you're wide open for everything else first engagement just my not going to happen again and then it cures everything the following which I think I am so I will i. That's a good answer. I will just focus accordingly. All right you may be dismissed. Lesson learned in perfect. There you go now the difference between Chris and his age and my nine year old nephews. My knife neo. Nephew would be storming out of here right now. The History Rip Shit Right yes. This is how it works. I somehow this hooks into the whole. I want to figure this out. Maybe off air but the are clinging to the narrative to to me just in my head. I keep thinking that. How does that dovetail into this because once you when something is yours you defend it like at some sort of maniacal part of your body the world? Here's what happened. And here's what happens and this is what we have to get away from when I say to somebody. Hey you left this thing on or we left this thing unlocked or I saw the Mug and he should've put some are it feels to them like I'm Rhonda Rows and I. I just got them in a headlock and moving up into place narrowed. I'm moving their narratives. Moving my hip into play. Yeah right and I'm getting ready to throw you. Yeah and what you do reflexively you start fighting the grip right. I don't WanNa be thrown and what I'm saying is relax and feel that talk to you. I'm saying I came in and the lights were on in the warehouse. That shouldn't feel like I'm getting a grip on you and getting ready to talk sliding driving my hip in a place. Don't make it feel that way. Just make it feel like the lights Ron and you were the last person here. I mean I used to have. I'd have conversations with Donny when he was at the shop. I'd say I came. In on Saturday the air compressor in the back doc was running. Remember this and he just go. I didn't I didn't I shut it off and I'd go. But did you use the air compressor on Friday. And he'd go. Yeah I used Friday night and I'd go. Why came Saturday morning? It was plugged in and it was running and he'd go. I turned it off and I'd go well. Do you think somebody broke again and turned it on and go. I don't know what happened and I realized okay. We'll never fix then. There's no nowhere to go. There's no avenue there's no conduit there's no modality -ality as though we can't fix this problem now. I never know if they believe it. Somebody it goes to the best I can right but what I'm saying is here's all I wanNA do. I want to come here and not experienced air compressor running all night. Yeah so what. Can we do to fix that and what we can do to fix that as you go I I was the last person to use it. I'm left it on won't happen again and idea that we can do laps. That's the crazy part. All right what do you got there. You WanNA take a call five line five. Got This virus thing with time. ACAPA Mike Thirty seven Michigan. Hey what's going on guys this going on. Hey I wanna I say I'm a younger guy. Thirty seven. Three offense to the generational comment. I think it's all about personal accountability. And how you raise. Well I'm I'm carving out military kids I'm carving out guys ah wrestling and the high school level and I'm carving out guys suit like dads were religious and you know interest coach coach a high school wrestling or are down boxing. Down to why that you come from fair enough you you come from a tradition. Well Oh you come from a military background military. I mean personal accountability is like the first scene. Where you you're cured? Yeah congratulations thank you. Thank you know. I was literally on the phone with Mattie Andrea as I was pulling out this square patch from the the box marked. Finish electrical the drywall patch and he's an ROTC guy. Like a a core. He did a demolitions. He did DOC ID air. He was a civilian air corps. Whatever and he's is I always say to them? How would this work in the military? And he's like it wouldn't work you'd be out I can't can't have you can't have people not listening you'd be out so you got that base down Mike Yeah well thank you. Thank you My question so I thought about this a lot. I hate paying taxes. I don't I can't even imagine how you feel out there in California where you're paying and you're not seeing any kind of return on your investment so I've got two ideas that I think would solve everything and everybody. He tells me it's stupid but I know it's smart and the first one would be that instead of paying week to week. PAYCHECK to paycheck. You've gotta pay a your taxes lump sum at the end of the year. You know exactly what the cost is right right and then the second one would be when you're filling out your taxes. The certain a certain portion of it goes to defense the courts law enforcement all the basic functions. And then you get to pick where the remainder goes whether it's the park service or the Department of Education. Wherever you feel your dollars I should go and that would create Competition within the government kind of cut out the bureaucracy that makes sense. Oh yeah look look it all makes sense. I don't think people are saying them. You're saying you're GONNA happen right. I yeah competition. I this conversation conversation the other day with the Mike in Maxwell Patta talking about Tacos and everyone's talking about how fucking killer tacos are. Everyone's doing a killer cocco. I mean there's just Halcyon days a salad days of tacos or you can get a great taco almost anywhere and then I I thought oh imagine if there was just government Taco one TACO intro. It'd be a disaster but the point is why why are all the Taco so insanely goods like wild Taco competition. All fucking upping their game. All right we'll get to You WanNA get coby. COBY CORONA virus arenavirus. A lot to do they got a lot to do. You can check me out and Cleveland. February w.h twenty-seventh and then February twenty eighth and Twenty Ninth Indianapolis at Helium Club over there. Go Down Dot Com for all the live dates and at checkout uppity which is shipping now on a chassis. Cha S. S. Y.. Drew Dot Com. Check out the live show streaming. We're doing it. They should be at the top of the homepage. Now and also the family of pause. Dr Drew Podcast After dark it's all their check them out. Please thank you so right out Tomac then our over Doctors Mahala This is Corolla digital.

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Tuesday 12 May

Monocle 24: The Briefing

31:42 min | 1 year ago

Tuesday 12 May

"You're listening to the briefing first broadcast on the twelfth of May Twenty Twenty on Monaco. Twenty four the briefing is brought to you in association with Allience as part of the programs partnership with Aliens. We bring you stories that demonstrate chances commitment to securing people's lives after all four hundred thirty years all around the globe. Alleanza has been working hard to do just that give courage to its customers for what's ahead because Allience knows how important it is to have a fair partner your side who provides solid and sustainable solutions. Leon strives to do it right. We've passion everyday stay tuned to the briefing dear exactly allience. Does it allience for life? Hello and welcome to the briefing coming to you. Live from studio on here at Midori. House in London. I'm Tom Edwards coming up today. A big moment in our history because we're opening up our country again. People are coming out the starting to go around and see what's happening. They've been sort of shut down as the expression goes but we'RE OPENING UP OUR COUNTRY. Donald Trump's promised to push ahead with the reopening of the US economy. But it's the planet odds with scientific advice. Also heads Develops Stephanie. Boats will be telling us how Angela Merkel's handled the situation in Germany. Plus miracles contributing. Andrew Miller will be offering us some of the weeks more positive news stories and then. I'm Monaco's designed editor Nolan Giles. I'll be talking about a new event for the city of Milan that aims to lift the design world spirits. Thanks very much indeed Nolan coming up in the next thirty minutes right here on the briefing with me. Tom Edwards America's top. Dr Anthony Fauci is expected to warn senators later today that reopening the US economy too soon could lead to needless suffering and even death. What I'm joined now by Monaco fans editor Chris. Show Meg Chris. What are we expecting to hear from Anthony Fetchy today? What's he going to be saying? So it's important to note I. This is his first testimony before Congress in about two months he last appeared on March eleventh and things were at a very different stage than weren't they so they were It was just two days before. Donald Trump declared a national emergency due to corona virus. So now he's coming up in as you as you mentioned briefly in those lines. He's he's going to be issuing quite a strong warning at a very different time for the. Us Time where Donald Trump is trying to sell this as a time to open up the economy again right and One of the key messages that it seems like Anthony. She is going to be giving his testimony to the Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee. Later this afternoon. Is this danger of trying to open up premature in the says specifically in an email to the New York Times that his warning will be. We risk the danger of multiple outbreaks throughout the country. If we don't if we skip the checkpoints the guidelines that the government itself has actually provided to people Two States to for win to reopen their economies increase. The risk of asking rather obvious question given people if not hanging on every word that found she says they certainly track what he says with a great deal of interest. How would you categorize the significance potentially of this appearance then in in how that fits into the broader picture? Well it's very significant because the partly as the timing that I spoke to but also because Anthony. Fauci has been a little bit out of the limelight of the last couple of weeks. Donald Trump has tried to curb the focus on corona virus as he as he pivots to this focus on reopening the economy. He stopped the daily Corona Virus Task Force briefings where Anthony FAUCI would often speak as well the other thing. That's important about this particular testimony. Is that Anthony? Fauci has been probably better than most At being diplomatic when it comes to correcting trump last few weeks and months when it comes to things that he might have said about Corona Virus. That were not true or mischaracterize. Thao she is often sort of brought him back in line but in a way that hasn't put him directly in the firing line as it were He has to some extent. Sometimes he's he. He has raised the heckles of of conservatives and supporters of trump for being the sort of dire dr warning about the possible impact to the pandemic. But they've been mostly on the same page because Donald Trump has been interested in curbing current now as well now this changes right so now we're at a point where anthony out. She might be putting himself a little more directly in the firing line if he issues a stark warning like he intends to do this afternoon in the testimony That's really the key question. The thing to watch for the afternoon is is. He's going is going to be taking a very different tax later today. A More Confrontational tact with the the US administration than he has in previous times. Chris Thank you very much. That was more calls affairs editor Chris. Maxwell well listening to that was pope. Worked closely with doctor felt she when she was. Us stepped homeland. Security Advisor. Amy I guess. That's the question as to pick up on Christmas alluding to there. Is there a risk that the kind of messaging we expect him to us today is going to put FAO cheap even more squarely at odds with Donald Trump? There is a risk. But that's really because the president is Back and forth on a lot of these different issues and his eagerness to open up. The economy seems to outweigh advice That is given within documents that have been signed off by the White House. So for example right now. I'm just looking at the opening up America again guidance which is on the White House website. It has a number of criteria that states or regions. Need to meet before they open up And frankly the president's guidance is not in line with that criteria so so that's where the disconnect and the tension is going to be sounds about as coherent as the leadership getting on this side of the phone from from only. But let's get into that. Tell us a bit more about about Ouchi. Then he's obviously under a probably unprecedented pressure. He's facing a great deal of scrutiny. What what's he actually like? How do you think he'll be bearing up? Because a lot of people again across the whole political divide. We'll be looking to him at the moment they. Yeah I mean look I think he's Extraordinary. And that's based on being in the trenches with them. He's a very straight shooter. He's not looking to score political points. He's not looking to embarrass. Whomever is the president regardless of their party. He's just trying to find a way to communicate to the American people to give evidence backed guidance And to do so in a way that grabs the attention of the public right so you know. A lot of his work was done on. Hiv HIS FROM HIV to through a Bolan Zeka. He's just been through it all and has managed to keep his head through political changes. Well I mean do you think that what he will say today then will gain traction? Because there's a feeling here that perhaps there has been a bit of a shift in Momentum. Simple bluster in the usual rhetoric from trump isn't really papering over the cracks. You the constant backtracking on the numbers that will constitute a success or failure. It's backtracked backtrack. Do you think there's almost then an opportunity despite the pressure for Fau cheater to to gain her to gain some traction. We know that on the regional level people will be looking to him and and maybe really acting on on what he's said and. I guess this is sort of counter question. If it doesn't gain traction what will it take for people to start listening to the science i? I suspect that it will gain traction Dr Fao. Ci is very good at demonstrating the way in which his advice aligns with the president and with others and charged so again. He's not trying to show show anybody up. He is trying to demonstrate that this is part of a consistent plan now. We're that could go wrong. Is you see a number of governors in particular who don't like his guidance who are really pushing back especially on Fox News for example or and other conservative publications the way I think this out though is just gonNa be within communities so right now you see that the hot spots within the country. It's not so much New York City it's places like Marian Ohio or you know places in Tennessee in Minnesota smaller communities within the United States. And with when you start to see significant illness or death in those communities I think that will cause people to pay more attention to what Dr Vouch and others are saying. I mean I guess another unfortunate comparison with the situation here in the UK is the the facility with which the nation can institute the COINS OF MASS TESTING INITIATIVES. That are required. I've been hampered because of cuts and because of poor planning in years leading up to this. This is not an overnight story the US scale is frankly is terrifying minutes done. What no almost ten million tests but there are hundreds of thousands more needed on a daily basis. Do you think that if we take a longer-term picture here they'll be an appetite across the US to address some of these Shortcomings in more immediate way. Again it doesn't necessarily tally with how trump sees the future could be something that's in the in tray. I don't know maybe for a Democratic president after the end of this year. I'm not sure that will play out. I mean look. The testing for example is primarily being developed within the private sector and there is a tremendous amount of innovation and competition going on within the private sector. Because people know they're gonNA They stand to gain quite a lot of money at the end of this right if they are the one that develops the rapid response. Diagnostic test. you know they want to be the first one at the gate so that might actually end up in sort of an opposite situation The real question again is what kind of healthcare people able to get? What kind of strain is on the system? Are there sufficient numbers of doctors and nurses do people have loved ones who have suffered on the A -sarily as a result that we won't know just yet and that could tip the balance I mean fascinating and so it says a way? Thank you for your time. That was Chatham houses. Amy Pope joining us here on the briefing on Monaco Twenty Four. We'll be heading to Germany right after this corona virus isn't the only illness that we need to watch studies from. China showed that one worrying affect of the pandemic is that stress levels have soared half of survey participants reported symptoms of depression. A quarter had issues with anxiety like the virus. This problem could soon have an impact worldwide. That's why Alliens the world's largest insurer. An asset manager is teamed up with berlin-based. Mental Health Training Platform. Hello better the aim to offer meaningful support both customers and stuff so fought thirty thousand users have seen the benefits of eleven courses for depression anxiety or just to help you sleep better. He's Hannes CLEOPA. Ceo of Hallo better we originally were born out of research. The three original co founders of the company were all PhD psychologists that together worked in a research project that evaluated the effectiveness of online mental health. Trainings that is online courses for the treatment of mental disorders and found that these treatments that they had developed were very effective and then decided that well. If it works in the lab it should also be available to people in the real world and the real world is an unusual place for many of US nowadays. Thanks to corona virus as lockdowns or extended and uncertainty of everything from loved ones to job. Security is rising online platforms. Like Hallo better helping to offer care and support so we've been in conversations with allience for a few months already actually when this whole thing started but then when krona struck I mean we still doing that but they also said look. We really like what you've started there. Because they looked at the offer that I just described that we started on our own accord without any external funding partners to because we felt this is what the world needs right now and they looked at that instead of. We really appreciate what you do there. And we'd like to support you that was Hannah's clipper. Ceo of better. So how did this partnership come about so swiftly? Well he's Henrietta Goods of Alleanza marketing and strategy team with more so we had already been in contact with hello better before the corona crisis. So we knew about the services they offered and as the crisis unfolded we of course had many discussions internally within Orleans what we can do to support both our customers but also the community as a whole hello better of course had similar discussions on there and very quickly the idea came up to launch but joined compaign named stock twisty closer in fact we set up the offer jointly within a matter of days. And while it's not the sort of service and insurance typically offers it actually fits very well with how we see our purpose. We secure your future. That was Henrietta. Goods of aliens is marketing and strategy team talking about the importance of mental health. And how the partnership with Hello. Better came about intrigued. You can hear stories like this here on the show every day or read more in the Monaco minute every morning and you can find out more anytime about building an alien for life at Elian Dot Com. You're back with the briefing on Monaco. Twenty Four. Now there's been a slight rise in the number of Kobe. Nineteen cases in Germany in recent days. It comes as the European powerhouse which has been largely successful in containing the virus attempts to get its economy moving again. Well let's get more on this with regular multiple twenty twenty-four contributor. Stephanie Bolts and. Who's a correspondent for German daily Devout Stephanie? Thanks for being with us. Give us a little bit of a of a picture here. What's happened this spike in numbers? I guess was anticipated in in some quarters. Wasn't it well? If it was anticipated is the question it was certainly there was a worry that infections might go up again. Because as you said in your introduction Germany has started to lift many of the measures that came in lockdown as you say the UK Many lender so it's important to understand that Germany is not A country that has a centralized government structure but it has sixteen regions lender which very independently regionally and locally decide what measures to take so. They have now for a good week. Lifted a lot of important a measures. I just to another news that Actually humble now has announced that you can do sports outside that from it may restaurants will open again and so on and so forth but as you say Infections have gone up will. Yeah and I guess the question really. Stephanie is how alarmed should we be? We know that Angela Merkel's being very wedded to tracking this all value which has become this. The golden number of every body And hovering above one now which was the the metric that she was keen to to insist. Upon how much scope does she. And indeed do does the regional governments in Germany half to to see some fluctuation on that is there a sort of a critical point that it hits where I don't know look measure a reimposes there any clarity on that. Well there are two important things to say first of all the whole that institute which is the Independent Scientific Institute that has been a steering the crisis from the scientific community. They have announced today actually that they will now introduce a more precise or more varied are or reproduction number and they are saying you should be careful in not overestimate the are so everybody especially in the UK now is so focused on fixed on the are measure. But it's important to say that the are that is presented on a daily basis as she too old so the are currently presented in Germany could be around ten days old so what they're doing now in. Germany is looking also at the number of new infections or people that have to go into hospital with a new infection and then try to find out the middle value and actually this morning. The head of the overcompensate food said that he didn't think that will more infections to be seen now after The lockdown has been lifted partly. So he actually said There is no Really Alarming Rizal for cases to be seen. What has happened in the last days is that there are some very local in Germany wet infect on the infections have gone up somewhere in no time this fallen so in center of Germany. For example there has been a more than one hundred twenty infections in a in a meat processing factory and that is due to the fact that many works from mainly central and Eastern Europe. Working in this Slaughterhouses and they are accommodated in very small accommodations. So they everyone infected the other worker and what they are doing. Then is Introduced the lockdown again for very specified a local areas so and this is thanks to a lot of testing that can be done in Germany so they find out quickly where people are infected and then introduce lockdown again and hope to to limit the spread of the virus. While am I guess critically that that test and trace which was another cornerstone of Markle's central approach a shows the value the enduring value in doing that and to that point. I wonder Stephanie paps. Finally how confident are you know is a German sort of man and woman in the street that they have faith in you know in the system to to serve them through this crisis. Do you think that the efficacy of Markle's policy thus far essentially buys both time and credibility in the public's view I I must say I'm since I'm living in London I only speak to to to my family and friends in Germany and so this can only be anecdotal but What I hear from everyone whether it's my family all my friends and they are not scared. I'm they they do go back to work. Of course they don't enjoy it now because it's compulsory to wear face masks and you have to stay away from people but I think in general is a very Meta affect atmosphere it is not hysteric people understand. They have to be very cautious. Of course you must say here that there have been some Quite irritating pros protests over the weekend so the people gathering in Munich and there was gathering in Leipzig where left-wing right-wing and very militant people were protesting against the lockdown. But I think the vast vast majority of Germans feel that the health system is very reliable that politics is very transparent and that so far They can actually see that. What has been introduced lockdown? And how the lockdown is lifted. Is the best what you can get indeed Stephanie? Thanks so much for being with us. That was developed Stephanie Boats in joining us here on the briefing all monocle. Twenty four now. For a few of the more positive news stories that have caught our eye his monocle contributing editor and regular host of this very program and Drool-o with more and welcome to the sixth of these weekly attempts to argue that perhaps not absolutely everything is completely terrible. And if you are fortunate enough to be listening in one of the world's better organized corners. Some symptoms of normality are returning New Zealanders will be able to go back to malls cafes gyms and cinemas from Thursday. The Dutch may report to the headdresses to get the traditional spiky on top. Mullets tended. Thank me I'll to South Korean. Baseball fans can now watch their teams playing on television. Even if they can't go and see them live. Tragically minutes of dissolve. Googling have failed to determine which Korean Baseball League club is the likeliest target of the no. Change there then joke about empty stadiums. We going to go ahead and pick on S. K. Women's of on the grounds that they are bottom of the K B o League right now and got hosed four nil by lottie giants of Bussan at the weekend in Fantas though and this may be weeks of isolation talking the within zone is actually pretty rocking. Back in lockdown land the pandemic is proving a challenge for practitioners of official communication's to which some are rising splendidly. Those some by way of laying down the bad news to foreshadow the good news impending as contrast Not In an emergency it is obviously important. Governments are punk clear about what they are saying and how they are saying it. In the current situation there are two approaches. One look carefully at what the government of the United Kingdom is doing and do the total opposite. So I want to provide tonight for you. The shape of a plan to address both both to beat the virus and provide the first sketch of a roadmap for re-opening Society of a plan. A sketch of a roadmap the unmistakable words of a former journalist accustomed to fielding calls from panicking copy editors wondering when the hell they might expect his column. The other option is to calibrate your advisories in measures that the locals will understand and the has been at least one fabulous innovation on this front. The local government of Yukon in Canada's Far North West has released a series of advertisements encouraging social distancing by suggesting that local stand at a distance of one. Caribou or two. Huskies apart but more territories could adopt this approach. And yes since you ask. We have been driven mad enough by lockdown to look these things up one. Caribou do length shakes out at roughly four kids in Australia. One and a half springboks in South Africa five Burmese Ferret Badgers in Burma. And maybe two thirds of a brown bear in Spain. We're going to need a sound effective gears grinding right about here much obliged because moving seamlessly along the latest installment of lockdown induced heart warming. Re wilding news is that yes. A Brown bear has been spotted in Galicia for the first time since the restoration of the House of Bourbon. And yes we are the deliberately. Flattering the listener by pretending to assume that you knew that happened in one thousand nine hundred seventy four and as is very often not the case with sensational wildlife sightings is irrefutable photographic evidence. This is no blurry Fox passed off as a Filo seen nor fuzzy shadow presented as bigfoot. It's a bear and was filmed doing stuff including looking under a rock for whatever Biz look under rocks four and leaning on whimsical and your heart warming animals stories to prompt. A sentimental reaction from your audience is a cheap and tawdry tactic in time such as these. It rarely files. So there's that but this week there's also a good news story involving a cute animal. Well Allama which is no combat or coca but it'll do and covert nineteen and that ties up a willfully optimistic monologue. Such as this rather neatly Belgian Buffon's are working to isolate an antibody occurring in llamas specifically in one lama named winter. They believe it may yield a treatment for covert nineteen. Here's virologist Dr Chris Smith on Thursdays Briefing so-called camera in other words members of the camel family these Llamas Alpacas and also don't make antibodies like our own or they. They do make antibodies their own. But the don't exclusively make antibodies on their own. They made this other class of antibody. These H. is which I like a small or miniature antibody so this is potentially a real thing even though it does sound like something contrived as the wretchedly labored setup for an atrocious Pun Lama winter virus erected be something better luck next week for molecule twenty four. I'm Andrew thanks to Andrew me. The briefing Hero monocle twenty four finally on Today's program. We are heading east from MIDORI. House are HQ bone to into the depths of these London. We find then another lesser spotted creature. Markle's design editor Nolan Giles. He standing by with the roundup of stories on the design Bates. Good Afternoon Nolan. Great speak with. I've missed you normally at my seat. My Desk I looked to my right. You are quietly working away But I'm assuming you're equally busy just home. We feel a million miles away. Don't we tell them? Even though you just leave up the river leap for me. I'd be making my runs in my bike. Rides up to Walton. But I haven't spotted you out there amongst the marshes or getting amongst in the parks what's happening. Listen I'm in the marshes regularly? But I'm always chasing my offspring around that time for socializing. And we must maintain social distancing. All Times Noland. Anyway we can get to that What what's happening in the in the world of design? That'd be missing my regular from you. I'm sure you can now say. Get me back up to speed in double quick time and I've got some good news for you actually Tom. Following on from Andrews Lovely Pace. And it's all about this amazing auctions taking place in Milan today obviously A virtual auction but still an auction and essentially. It's been organized by Incredible Creative Agency called Miss deloris Miss Lawrence. Sorry that's of Jewish analysts Rosser and Francesco minority and they essentially just off a the world's best designers if they had anything to contribute to an auction that would support at a hospital in Milan and there was just a huge gets outpouring from the design community and being overwhelmed and these are all going to auction today so so earlier actually spoke to Annalisa. Who picked up a few little pieces forest Tom? I it's really had to select some of them Matt but for sure we there are some pieces that time especially related to their story for example. When we spoke with combined brothers they were so touch the so and they told us You know we are linked to Milan away. We love so many people there because we grew up there and somehow because of Milano that our work is a well known in the world or to that offered you piece I of Navarre recent exhibition and even then they. They wanted to partner and it has been really impressive. How people reacted positively immediately. You know sometimes you have to explain a little bit better water talking about when you invite someone department of a project in this case it is there opposite day immediately answered. Yes we only and the as old matter said it's just because of love. I mean it was so spontaneous natural and we ended this strange because we add to stock the donation because it was going on and on and on and finding the end so we are very happy with the results. I have to say analysts also. There Nolan was that was that analysis cat. I heard about John. Hopefully through she might have the same child issue that you don't sound like that now ex clear that the the design world has this enduring love affair with with Milan. And I think it's safe to say we do too. I know it's a city city's question isn't it? We Love Milan. Tom And I you know I'm very very disappointed. I wasn't able to go this year but an event like this auction design loves Milan. A really just brings home the fact how much the whole design community needs city It's it's essentially this one big event Milan design week. Brings everyone together? It's a mall. It's a marketing effort. It's a collaboration effort. So you know this just kind of reinforces that fact another. If people are desperate to get involved themselves presumably they can do so. It's all online. What what do they do? How'd you how'd you get involved with this kind of seems to appeal to people while? I'm hoping that you one of those people that gets involved Tom because there are some really amazing pieces. Missile and not all of them are in the in the tens of thousands of euro. So essentially you can just go onto the website of the Auction House Gambia today which you can easily searchable and it will be happening at three. Pm You time full PM athlete time. So if you jump on there now Tom You can definitely look for a few pieces before you put your bids later today. Sound Indeed Nolan. I'll see you alongside the beautiful banks of the Rivoli. Maybe later today very goes off. These is Gone Nolan. Giles willow the west of the design. World that was Monaco's sign editor. Thanks to Nolan. Thanks to the team behind. Today's of the briefing. The program was produced by Reese James Page Reynolds and yelling fan. Li researcher was Charlie Film Court. Our studio manager was Christie Evans. Back of course at the same time tomorrow noon London time. Doobie sure though to catch our late edition program Twenty Two hundred zero eight time twenty one hundred here in London. Sixteen hundred if you're in New York City. We've got then at the same time tomorrow to join us then but for me much and the rest of the Tuesday briefing crew. That's all good bye. Thanks for listening.

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Part 1: Horse Diapers, Mama Cass, and Rotten Tomatoes with Adam, Gina, and Bryan (ACS Mar 2)

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Part 1: Horse Diapers, Mama Cass, and Rotten Tomatoes with Adam, Gina, and Bryan (ACS Mar 2)

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. Well we start off the show with an old school video from nineteen seventy two. I think with a very familiar theme and I think you'll realize that we just cycle through the exact same discussions over and over again. We don't actually grow as a civilization. I'll play something for you guys from Nineteen seventy-two from the Great Mama Cass Elliot and John Denver. That I think you'll you'll hear some familiar themes in today's news on and of course rotten tomatoes game. I Shop Affi-. This podcast is brought to you by CHIAPPA FI and glove nation walnut studio bottle keeper and a million other businesses. Why because we're sponsored by CHIAPPA FI? And they do everything they can to support independent businesses on their platform so they've included them in their sponsorship. We use shop for all our online merch and We love it so if you guys have a business medium smaller large one if you shop as well see all the way CHIAPPA. 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Did it tuning in and thanks for sharing the love that about you. Eighteen grass right Beaubrun. It's time to get loud Get Hype Gina. I want to hear about your success story. Thank you it pertains to the radio. I I WANNA talk about me for about eighty minutes. Of course The store show tonight I did. I did some investigation. The Internet is It's good if you're curious. I was looking up The horse diaper. Because we're talking the other horses. Yeah they got those horse diapers diapers bag like you thought. It's a shoot God that everything is how the you've seen good sports thing. An artificial insemination with the horses out to stud right like they. They have the horse. The male Horse Humps the female horse right close to completion and just before he POPs. They put the sleeve on him. Catch the Jisr Expensive Jews Right. Get that drought. If you can picture I'll I'll tell you a picture the horse diaper because it can't just go on like a diaper. It's it's it goes around the horse's ass it then goes down and curls under the horrors and makes like a trough hopper that goes under the horse so it's literally like if it was a rain gutter ski ball or something like that and it would come out of the ass roll down and then go into this half circling highlighting S. Yeah highlights nick. That just kind of rest under there. Yeah on fund all right. So there's the horse diprose looking up the other thing. I don't know what I was looking up. But rain. Into MAMA CASS. Elliot of the Mamas. And the Papas ran into doing well. But as Mike Lynch always brings up when they're singing about the MAMA CASS and they're singing ban MacLean McGuire couldn't get any of the birds Gwen and guard the birds and then an la where that's and everyone's getting fat that Mama Cat. There's something like Mama Cass Eddie. Pitch yet to the band. You know what I mean. Yeah like you're just sitting around her being fat in your band but be the engineer. You'd be Mama Casts. I'll be there. Yeah Hey it sounds clean. But I'm not hearing enough. You come through. I'm a skinny blond. There she singing her lungs out. Well I gotTa tell you this guy with having consensual sex with adult daughter. Yeah Okay but I'm not hearing. Well I'm glad you brought this up. I have a little bit of problem with one of the lyrics this song as a whole it's fantastic and if you if you back the crane up. I'm loving the full picture. Just one line. Kinda signed off on all the lyrics and all the music at the band meeting before you guys rented out the studio was I. I don't remember there being abandoning where you are invited to that one but anyway. I'm just the engine Erica. Had Yeah I I love the song. It's catchy it's finger popping. The lyrics are fantastic. Well almost all the lyrics housing. There's just literally it's maybe eight words that I'm just really not comfortable with your want. Hear some playback to not play for him. Be You know this is the part? Yeah here's where we're losing such big Mush when we did California Draymond. I had to tell you to bring it down a couple of matches. Yeah I just feel like that line is a little bit shaming and. I'm actually kind of hurt that you guys all signed off on it Catholic way it hold on. Let me take my cigarette out of my mouth is it. Because you're such a lousy taboo. He's me in fact. I am proud full figured curvy. Gal and I don't know why I have to be ashamed in the middle of a My my friends. My central circle my peers. My a intellectual mentors hold on. Phil Spector here. He has a pistol he wants to talk to you. Mr Spector I would. Yeah Yeah We. I'm sorry did you say Phil Spector wanted me to do it. Yeah he showed me once you know. There's intermittent fasting and then there's permanent fast and you can take care of the one of them with just a quick bullet to the head. You know what I mean. Yeah I'd like to take it again and I'll be out here. Just was that better. There was strong print that let's go eat some cigarettes for life so I was on the Internet and is just looking around. I think I was. You know how it is like. It was like I was looking up. Huey Lewis songs or something. After one does eating Korean with him but I was doing last week and then it came up and it's like John Denver. Mama changed man and and she was given her message. And what are we talking about? This are good sports. I was on good sports. I was talking about got my head swim but anyway let's play it for for you guys there i. And so it's nineteen seventy two and her message was the the following message when we play the CLIP. And the thing. That's impressed me. The most is there is still in this country believe it or not after all the talk a tremendous amount of apathy on the part of people who maybe don't like the way things are going and maybe you want to change it but don't do anything about it and your vote and my vote is not any more important than anybody else's equally as important and very important and that's why we're all here today but he did not register the. I don't think it's so important who you vote for you. Vote for who you believe in but the important thing is to vote because it's our way it's the best way and that's why I'm that's what you and this could be the MTV music awards from ten minutes ago. Like I thought it's so crazy. These messages the voting or the firemen. That's right nineteen seventy-two Mama Cass. Who's going to be dead in seventeen? Months is out there talking about Talking about voter apathy. Yeah it's been a problem for you know I would say I don't know how long but I can't imagine voter. Turnout has been higher than fifty percent of my lifetime you see. I don't look at it that way I look at it. Is People WanNa talk about something? That sort of we aren't like my feeling is if if half or forty five percent of the people vote then forty five percent of the people vote and if it's running years and then it's been twenty years like if you told me. Hey the voter turnout is in Vietnam. It's forty one percent. I'd go well. I guess that's just voter turnout in Vietnam since it's always about fifty fifty anyway. I don't think it would skew things one way or the other but it just weird that they were talking about it in seventy two like. They're talking about it now. Yes I since I seen this every four years on the show and people think number one. I'm crazy or number two. I'm talking about myself I am not but you've probably heard me say this. I dream of a utopia. We're only like the ten thousand smartest people allowed to call. You think I am not amongst thousands. Most people experts. I could read message to tell people. Just vote vote for you. Don't have to know anything. I am wildly uneducated on the on the issues in the candidates like ten enrolls. I agree I would get a blue ribbon panel of diverse experts from across the spectrum. And let him without number of people you'd have a presentation of like political views but these people who transcend political views their experts on God knows what health science economy completely gray. And then I started thinking about Mama Cass and because I want to know when she died because she sat they're telling the get to the vote and then she was dead. I think in seventy four and but she was married two times and she was married to a named Matt Jim Hendricks Not Jimmy Hendrix Jimi Hendrix and still alive folk singer damaging. You're you're married to Mama CASS. And you're still living in Colorado somewhere. There's probably due to banks. Yes joplin absolutely. We should have those things like they do with D Day many years. Yeah it's like the last guy to bang. Janice Joplin is eighty six years young nursing home. This SMUCKER's version from noon to two. We'd have to verify because I you know otherwise et my dad with those ring his hat in the ring. You what I mean. But we'd have to make sure down needs verification. But they're dying off but then she had another husband. What was this guy's name? This is a guy like this guy was like a model. First off Mama Cass. Jim Dean got a couple of good looking. Dudes pins rich and famous. But one of them was before she was rich and famous Like that I think that I think the GM Hendrix was before rich and famous and then the other guy was clearly rich and famous guy and then also turn out to be gay so he was probably just showing up for the payday. Yes what not to look for that. But it's a little different but look we all know the dude while you and I know the dude in like high school or college wherever who's like fat and attractive but got chicks as he was just so his personality was magnetic magnetic. Yeah Yeah I don't I don't know if there's a chick version of that. But maybe mommy was the chick version of that. The first dude was what they broke. Right we're stupid. Were only married one year. His name was Donald John. Wiedeman all right. Oh that was the first dude I thought he was the second rockstar thing. A young Neil young back. I'm sorry that was the second one Growth no the beauty of me. I read something at midnight drunk. He standing in front of computer as we speak sober telling me and I'm going now to be fair. So that was the guy who read his read a little his bio. Because that's the guy who showed up later. And then at some point realized his sexuality was a little more flexible than originally anticipated. By the way you're Banging Mama Cass at twenty six and a half. You Got Flexibility. Indeed range the many direction a wide net. Your junk could go many different directions. That's the way I look at what what is his. What's his story seeing writer actor an heir to the Bavarian Baruni? What And after he was done with Mama he became interested in the same sex I do. I don't know maybe she ruined him for all other women. That's probably that's right. She made his junk. Jump The jar talking about this twenty minutes ago to you he will. He doesn't have a wiki page. I'm trying to look up. Where did I read it all right well anyway the first guy the first guy because Jimi Hendrix no problem? No he he pops up. He's still around. Jim Hendrick summer love. He was he was there before I think what year did the first one get married. Their first marriage to Hendrix was seventy one to seventy two. Oh married I'm sorry. I'm sorry it's all I'm sorry. Jim Hendricks married nine hundred and sixty three tonight. Sixty nine all right. Why why? Why do I write components thoughts? I don't get why composed thoughts. I'm like five minutes ago. I'm like the first guy he was there before they were famous. He was there and then the second guy von Trapp but that guy was just share. Whatever then he talked to Kaelin who staring at a beer. No von Trapp was the first guy. Oh that guy was there for I thought he was okay but then but then the first guy was there before well. He's married one thousand nine hundred ninety one. No wait a minute that already had a bunch of hits and seventy one so. I'm just wrong completely except from right Chris Maxwell I just looked at the stupid. Wiki pages just had the dates in the guys. Why why what what? What is happening with the computer? It's just me not being very smart. Come on organized in a way where Donald comes up I but what was I looking at so she? She's married to him and sixty three looking at last night. We found a website where he's quoted as saying sometime in the early seventies. I realized that my attraction to men was stronger than my attraction to women von Trapp and Berry Right. Yes okay but we're not we're talking about the first Guy Jake's Oh okay all right just you re you re groom okay. She had two husbands one's a good-looking folk singer named Jim Hendrix. Who was there before they got super popular and the other Stefan Trap Guy who got there. Who's struggling with his sexuality? We'll figure all that out nick. It's his part where people have computers. Open they're telling me dates that don't exist Jimi Hendrix was gay when did the Mamas and the Papas have their first big hit? Probably sixty vic six or seven. Evan got sixty three nick forty horse. What's Horsham Pennsylvania? I'm at what's going on. Hey Buddy of mine and you just started a podcast man people. We're trying to figure out the best way to market ourselves to get get more listeners. More followers Any motion give us on that plugging on and I don't know. Yeah I don't I don't know I don't know that there's ever a way to market anything other than word of mouth and this this day and age. I just think you put it out there. You keep going out there. And it's you know. She told a friend and she told to friends. And so on and so on. They'll Chiampou commercial. Like I like that astrology. I would recommend nick. And you're I dunno Horsham near a major city. I don't know a Horsham is. We're about twenty miles outside of Philly. Then maybe a good way to get a few steps ahead might be once you have your feet under you and you have a good rapport with your host. Have like some local celebrities on them. I could be like a news anchor athlete musician but that way fans of those people will search exactly if they come across the pig. Ryan Howard Fan or whatever time the reference now. They'll they'll look up your podcast and listen and at least get a few new listeners. Walter I appreciate that. We just quoted on apple the other day So we're just trying to get ourselves going on Hopefully we can pick people rolling raps raps rap threat for APPS and do it. Because you do it anyway. All Right Mamas and Papas. I hit sixty five inch. She married Jim in sixty three right. So this guy was a company. There were banned and stuff but this before any real commercial dream. Ss which was the first hit. All right. So what do you I just want to say. Also the original Mama Cass. Discussion was brought up with Mike Lynch which aired Friday. As you're hearing. Oh I'm sorry for going over some treaded. She married the van. The van whatever guy showed up when she was famous but he seemed like he was just there because he was famous and then he turned out to be gay or what was he. What happened with him did turn out to be gay? And I believe he was the author of openly gay magazine And delivered editor at an openly. Gay Man he's still around. He's all tomorrow. Show all right all right discussions. We had like I've never. I Miss Max Pattern but We're discussing this off the air about the two husbands. He's seventy five the other guys aiding. They're both still around all right. So they're both in that club interesting. And this guy could've got MAMA CASS and Bowie. Like who knows. He's got some rain recco case search engine jet all right. So Mama Cass Elliot. Get out and vote. I think she probably made it to like thirty. Four died in Europe. I think he was doing a play kind of sad. Sadly died alone the Sandwich a myth. Yes yes the sandwiches math well. It's a myth based on us at our worst. Yeah 'cause we ought to believe it and Rod Stewart or you know all those other lore well it is but I think this is even worse than that in that. There's this person that we mocked the entire time. She was alive for being overweight and then when she died we had to mock her and death as well like what would be a funny way for the fat Dick that she choked Ham Sandwich. Well well the real way she died is she rushed into a burning orphanage. I know but that's not funny. Not Funny this makes you look fat and funny so it's like the Ham Sandwich thing. It's kind of an interesting thing. We were talking about it with prager and sort of the the fable of the rabbi and the scattering the feathers in the wind. And never giving back. That's right that's this. She was a laughingstock when she was alive because she was overweight. And then when she died somebody just sort of work. The Ham Sandwich angles. She had a heart condition or something and she didn't you can hypertensive. You know whatever you Kaelin can look it up. But she didn't choke on a ham sandwich. Yeah it was just us. That's just being cruel. Hey listen we can't really make fun. Of Mama CASS anymore. Because she's dead but we can't give her one big cell Viking funeral she was fucking a six foot long hoagie or is that too much me? But not quite graphic through the six hundred. I got it. She's taking wipe it off. A whipped cream can got high and fell back in here head on chestnut drawer. So I think it's funny I like it but I don't know if the general public is going to go for and kind of feels like a drug overdose. The twenty-seven seven clippers fat like yeah Jimmy Hendrix skinny and he had a drug overdose automatic with the red vine. Oh I like I like. We're heads because that's food. It's embarrassing yeah. I like that I also feel like people auto Roddick's weeks as you call the Tim. Yeah it's tough to pronounce pass on something horrible. What's something that everybody sees every day? WanNa counter something while she diner sleep of a heart attack on July Nineteenth Ida. Old uncle died asleep from heart attacks. That's the way we liked him to win ago. Well let's just say she's in bed. Yeah she's eating mentos sandwich with the PIMENTO. That's good. I love the angle of her eating something but not everyone is familiar with most people. Here is okay tongue little exotic his head cheese something. You've got cheese now now. They don't fly over states. I'll never get a little more relatable about just a ham sandwich. I don't like it I love it all right. So the big fatty diet eating a ham sandwich bed off. Let's spread the words ironically break for lunch all right. Let's see what else was going on with those band. Members the most disgusting depraved people and we make of her your story right God that poor woman all right. Let me hit Capterra ever one if you need software and do need software also have other things to do cut to the chase with Capterra. The free online resource millions. Use monthly defined software simply. Simplify your search with a few easy steps used their guides to pinpoint the prom and identify features. 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I know that usually Brian's job but you were talking on the show today about put them base you Naylor and you know I was just putting into base you about fifteen minutes ago before I heard you say that now using a pin naylor but I think Brad might be a little bit fat but you know that's just me I'm the guy doing you can leave us a message at eight. Eight eight six three four one seven four four shots fired from a pin naylor or Brad Miller. I don't I don't know that there's a difference between a pin naylor in a Brad Nailer. I think they might be two different terms for the same thing. They have to understand in. Okay now the fun began construction things that you'll call i Jack Stud somewhere else on the east coast because the trimmer over here. Now I'm really getting in between Brad Nailer Jackson. These are great porn names. I Know Jack Yeah Out Kaelin got something else. I'm seeing Pinillos or smaller than Brad. Naylor's regarding delicacy in the Finnish Rodney. There's usually shoe eighteen gauge nails which are slightly larger than the ones for pin. Naylor's okay well then Opin Naylor is smaller than a brand name but you could still nail small stuff off Brad prancer small all right I gotTa tell you things look pretty slow ride here. It's going to pick up. Hugh will you go to Tortilla factories in the San Fernando Valley? So don't lecture me on being boring now. This is fun. Yeah that's you standing over a pot of MINU being stirred by a middle aged woman with a giant wooden spoon in a hairnet. All of this almost too exciting to bear. No it's not. You're standing at a loading dock outside of Kohima and you're talking about recycling. I don't know how we're going to top this. You're going to top it by going somewhere and filming something that viewers one scene talking an old timer about gravel dirt yard. This is great. No it's not great. He'll to stuff. 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Now this week's game featuring movies based on this month's items I you get a sample of incredibly soft baked cookies from Dewey's bakery in honor of the delectable dessert we remind you of certain Jim Carey film where the titular character inherits the power of God but still has to make ends meet as TV. News reporter his catchphrase. That's the way the cookie crumbles two thousand. Three's Bruce Almighty Angela related. Yeah and this was the first one with the other. One is not bruce at someone else. Ravin Almighty okay. Good well yes. This is fun nice. I enjoy this movie. Yeah I enjoyed it too. I think they're going to feel like the critics are going to beat up. Jim Carey a little bit but it had had some heart in a message to it and had some laughs and was interesting. Like Liar. Liar is one of my favorite movies. But you can't give credit to Jim Carey. He makes funny faces right. You know look a little more substantial movie than Liar Liar. I enjoyed the scene. This really liked more substantial moving all right. So what did the critics thinks? It's it could be eighty three no problem. Oh but the critics are kinda snobs and for that I give it barely fresh at sixty a little higher at eighty sixty nine Bruce Almighty rotten. Forty eight percent shocking. That's critics knobs. That's being snobby. Never before but out of the game's over that's and the people fifty-seven it's fun. Nice village in moving. This is a solid baby. I have no problem with this movie. And it's well done yes. It's well executed next. We want to remind you that the Corolla drinks annual family barbecue is happening this July. And we want you to be a part of it. Checkout COROLLA DRINKS DOT COM for more INFO check out our next film featuring a classic Barbecue scene about ten minutes in rip. John Singleton WHO's direct Oriole? Debut was nineteen ninety one's boys in the hood. Yeah you're supposed to love this move gotTa love it? This is a solid moving. You're supposed to love it. Yeah and it's good but nominated singleton nominated or won. I can't win. I'm almost positive. He was nominated. Renominated all right. Well he'll be missed and this good movie and its critics can't take a crap on this one so eighty seven. I wouldn't even higher than that. I do think maybe a couple of older critics at because I only one keep in mind that his critics were reviewing movies in the seventies and sixties. Some of them have missed. The boat is a really good movie size at ninety. Four I miss Morris Chestnut and I gave it a ninety four thousand. The Hood is certified. Fresh Ninety six percents. Oh Yeah it's all walk yeah. People haven't ninety three good. It's not all snacks in our march. Monthly nut also get a cigar from MICALLEF michelet cigars so many iconic bat asked smokers. That will sadly never be seen in movies anymore. But it's hard to top. Clint Eastwood's man with no name rarely seen without a cigarette dangling from his lips. Nineteen sixty six is the good the bad and the ugly now. I cannot tell this movie was all the sound track and all people liked saying it you know and it was sort of the good. The band the ugly we're we're SORTA like remember. They had got milk and then at some point they'd go got commercial real estate terminated. They do that. The good and the ugly of the news coming up next the good the bad and the other. They started doing that all over the place as and a life of its own. It's still a cheesy spaghetti western. That's sort of handily cut and probably die dubbed in certain one one of the greatest things about the Spaghetti Westerns. I've watched one on mushrooms. The other day Clint Eastwood is the only one in the movie not overdubbed everybody else is dubbed horribly. Would and he's just talking normal Italian actors. It's pretty Super Schlocky. But but we all have a household name is kind of in the music. I think music really put it over the top connex. Sergio Leone Leoni. But but but are any American. Coney did the score. There would also use this if they had any kind of stupid commercial where the woman knocked over. The kid knocked over. Drink the bounty paper town. Where off in the kitchen you have used everywhere? They're both going for the last chocolate jaws. Music became more than it was. This is the third in the trilogy after the fist. Full of dollars for a few dollars. More all right. Well it's it's bad but what are we talking about here? It's so iconic. You know what I mean. It can't be thirty one percent or could it can't be put it. It's not a fresh movie. I'm going to say forty nine. This ball Brian Gain. This is an all time. Classic critics love this. I WENT BOWL. Said one hundred. My God all right. Well almost split the difference. I know nothing about it. Might be Western guy not a Spaghetti Western guy. I went barely fresh sixty seven. This is a really high the good the bad. The ugliest certified fresh ninety seven. Oh my and the people at ninety seven so it's funny because the first couple movies especially the first one for a few dollars for a festival festival is really bad dubbing and all that all that kind of schlocky stuff by the time they got to this movie. It was pretty sophisticated. Well-named move and that's the one I watched was a fistful of dollars in the dubbing. Pretty it's pretty how well that's that's on me and then it gets to clint and he's talking normal. I thought this was the same as that that was celebrated movie. Our next item. No well I knew I knew everyone knew it and everyone liked it. I didn't think it was critically good. Movie might be on the top one hundred out there all right. Our next film needs no further introduction. Delta few shot glasses you know nobody does Raunchy. Frat movies like National Lampoon and forget the all balls. Party liaison himself played in a breakout performance by Ryan Reynolds two thousand. Two's Van Wilder off the National Lampoon's by this point. Yeah Yeah. They started to kind of jump in their own shark. A little bit but people do love this movie. Yeah shouted Ryan on it. I don't know a whole what's it say at the bond graduate celebrate? I'm all right. I gotta I gotTa get real close here. He's Ryan Super Chris. Matic is probably some laughs but I don't see them Lovin this film and I gotTa Get spot on with a twenty nine real low much higher but still rotten at fifty. I also said fifty van wilder is rotten at eighteen Swing the people at seventy. Three people love it. Yeah my God. Lose people movies all right. Every monthly nut comes with a bottle of wine from Corolla drinks and while it's normally verboten link. Excessive drinking alcoholism in approves add. We say fuck it please drink responsibly. But no if you happen to take things too far Nicholas Cage could end up playing you in a movie. Let's do nineteen ninety. Five's leaving Las Vegas is this. Is this our last one? This close ish game hair thicker than the last one Everyone loved this movie. These movies that are super depressing to watch and Yeah if I had the option to watch this I always say what on but also the you know twenty nine year old. Elizabeth Shue Sash not be discounted in the hotness department right? It's going to be high. How high the few points that he has off your could make or break this game. I am going eighty seven a little higher probably high enough to make the difference ninety three. I was going to say eighty-seven I thought give it a little bit of a bump. I know this is supposed to be acclaimed. I said ninety two of you are circling the bullseye but Gina Grad nailed it. Certified fresh at ninety. Did I need that? Have been enough at eighty that percent off could have been. It's funny. I was thinking ninety ninety. Is that Mason Dixon of greatness. You know and I thought. Oh someone did like ninety here. We are all right here. We Go Adam Corolla with a score of eighty five. You win with eighty-five Bald Bryan. All over the place a couple of forty pointers in it. You were all over the place. But incredibly close to Adams eighty-five genus closer to Adams Eighty five with direction. Didn't need that five point deduction to edge him out. But it gives you a seventy nine was seventy nine enough to win. The answer is no kidding. Brian Wins so seventy but you were so excited to my worst individual movie. Wow well played I guess a question Mark Game All right let me hit the ziprecruiter before the news hiring used to be hard multiple job sites stacks of resumes. Confusing review process. Today Hirings Easy. Just go to one place ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM SLASH. Adams ziprecruiter since your job to over one hundred of the Web's leading job boards and you can find a job or you can find an employee. 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BEST OF #588: He's Not Damaged Goods

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BEST OF #588: He's Not Damaged Goods

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No. One can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses lifelock in see threats that you might miss on your own join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year by using Promo Code, Adam call one, eight, hundred lifelock or head to lifelock dot com use Promo Code Adam for twenty five percent off. Record live at Corolla one studios with Adam Corolla and board certified physician and Addiction Medicine Specialist Dr Drew. Pinski. You're listening to. The Adam and Dr drew show the and on, got to get on a terrific it on mandate get it on. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks for talent a friend. Thanks for all the good tweets. I. Read the good tweets. Drew only reads the bad tweets seemed only get the bad tweets. True. Only gets the. Feed you the good ones if he'd be the bad I get the happy tweets. Thank you guys for telling a friend and all that good stuff. Hey, Max Spanner. Atom Hey wasn't the band or the reggae artist Maxi priest on love line freaked out never. thinking about it think about Maxi priest. Can't let me tell you how lazy Chris, Maxwell Pan. Not. Lazy when it comes to food but I was telling him I. Think we should call us band Laki we should call it. Because his name's Max. Relaxing they formed at lax or something I don't know but I said, let's let's start calling me Maxi and then I said like Maxi Priest's. WHO's Maxxie pre? What an? Totally free he's. He's a kid and I said Maxi priest was abandoned our guy or reggae I was kind of combing through US eighties nineties. Kerak had had a hitter to definitely definitely had a hit. He was a sort of big for a bed six eight or ten years is sort of big and I said you look them up on the computer look the band up like you'll find out who maxi priest was and then Talk to them. Later, the day I said, did you look up Maxi Priest and he said? Yeah. One Guy. So reggae guy ago. Yeah. Did a song sound familiar what was the song I? Don't know didn't look. Did you look now? At least he looked it up why yell them to look it up while I was on the phone with them. Scream you must listen to hit but I don't know what his hits on. Now we got a guy here got to listen to him and then he freaked out love line. Since. This was this hit. Could. Come wild world. This is a this is a cat Stephen Calmer. Kept, Stevens is. Seven. This is. This is by the way. Would you like to know what the Dunkin? Pop outs is be a reggae artists and cover song. I often being ray is. Out Number one musically and then cop out number two is cover a good cat stephen son. Of King syrups that I didn't look this up for I am still WanNa know his I wonder if he had. had a hit that he wrote. But anyway, why did Maxi Priest? Storm. Outta love life if I, right? It was because shaggy was there. And I was I was a big shaggy fan and I was SORTA. GEEKING OUT ON HIM Back decrease I was arrested increases their knew he was of course, but I was friendly with Shag. You know sort of geeking out on him and he just recently become successful to. ME. Really suddenly had hit it right about that point I was just got shaggy with them. Yeah. For some reason we had both of what big hit together you want play that Game Maxi priest were there and drew with blow and Shaggy. Yeah. tooker teen and. Talk. Cover this sampled it. Up Naboth. Stormed out. disrespected. Ever could get it back building class disrespecting massive phrase. I was excited. Booker T. Neom, jeez green onions. Well. Maxi priest is a huge star now so they choked on you. Can't get a book on the shell kits can't even get through people. Job. Tab. So I remember that so so Maxi Priest and and you Know, you talk to shaggy too long or something. It was too fast what I spoke to him or something. Yeah, it was weird. Because we couldn't figure what he stormed out. We couldn't figure out what the problem was. We had no idea. But. Still I was happy. Always. Happy somebody stormed out. More than for me. A sneaker pimps her they started Nico preempt stormed out and sort of walk down wash. From the sneaker pimps walked back to their. And we're nowhere near. Who's the biggest act that stormed out because I haven't heard of any of these guys I love that? I've heard of at the drive in over those guys. Guys Actually did well yeah. Yeah. sneaker camps you gotta figure out whatever their hit song. Wasn't at the drive me was the other band was at the drive in the one. That's no doubt guys were not happy but. No doubt. Yeah Adam went. Now. But no doubt has pulled the guys. No Doubter Kinda Douche bags. It wasn't all me. Yeah I thought we was simply it was not bad. All right but the. Fed A few. Things one of the ones I was thinking about. Oh. Chris. Cornell. Kill themselves. I guess we're hearing. And it's been it's been confirmed. Yeah. What was the The the thunderbolts wherever that British band or with the hairband they came and sat down they would not for us we're out of here. Guys. There's a lot of people came in and out of there but one of the things one now, one of the. So speaking of. soundgarden. the one banned from the soundgarden. Era. Had the. Had the singer that Oh deed. And that was born, there were big band. and. You'll think of it anyway his lead guitar. Now now, it's Soundgarden, not incest at soundgarden. and Lead Singer Oh. Deed and the guitar player came. Man. And he said I'm not talking about this guy. And you guys when you guys hear it, you'll go. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Everything changes. Change. was. Daily. Exit looks at Max Brad. There's nothing I say where everyone? Of You. Know but everyone looks at me like what Oh Yeah Oh. Yeah. And if you go listen my description of it will always be right. I know we're. Trying to keep its alison chains and soundgarden are bright vendor von out the grunt the grunge. So. But you never have to go in excess because if I go. No right there. Will never be the eighty s in excess bats horrible band but anyway So he and his guitar. The other guy. Came in. And he said. Navarro now wasn't Navarre Jerry Cantrell. Guy. The area came in and he's like, Hey, we're not talking about length. Yeah and I said well. We can respect that but people may call up and they may bring him up. And he said. That's going to happen. I can't do the show and I said well. I can. We'll try to take calls about you know teen pregnancies and herpes and stuff but. Someone may say to the screener I wanNA talk about herpes, and then they call up then I have a question about lane. So if they do I can't really prevent that. So what I can't I can do, I can tell you we won't talk about if you don't want to Armagh, but I cannot guarantee that it won't come up because I really don't have control over that and he said. If you can't control that then I'm going to have to leave and I said, okay because it's my goal my goal is forever to leave. That's my especially do spags especially when you're do show I, want you to leave like I. Really Want you to leave you think he's kidding he's. Not Light Illegal. I want to leave I but if I can't leave the second is, I'd like you to leave like everyone to leave the funniest thing in the world people send me like emails being do she like, Hey, maybe this isn't a good idea or whatever it is. I'm always good. Yes for. Bad for your right no, I've just gotten a couple of recently like people WanNa do stuff and then they wrote back with something shady and this like okay good. Then they come back again like, Hey, when are we gonNA do this I'm like You have no idea how little I wanna do everything all the time. So everything, he means anything. I then I'm going to have to leave and I was like, there you go. That's that's what I respect that I. totally respect that I had no hard feelings I if you have to leave, I get it. I respected we won't make fun of you. We won't say anything negative about your the band or anything you're you're you're perfectly free to walk. Go I respect it and I understand it I'm not gonNA say anything derogatory negative about that. All right. I'll stay. And Then, he stayed what was that banned the darkness the darkness over their Neck Kinda They laugh. Number Harvey Danger Being Douchebag. How about how about how about junkies? Very. First interview that guy was a blur of no no. Psycho Mike. I I. Honestly. I honestly, the first I was you know. The thing about the I mean it's you know Jeevan dig up the tape. The very first by himself I mean ricky man and Dr drew for like three or four months and ricky rack when was MTV head Banger ball guy and so he was gonNA handle kind of the right he was Iraq. He had the credit in the rock and roll space you know what I mean and I had no credit in that space goofball comedian you know and so he kind of handled the interviews and I kinda cracked wise with the phone callers and that's the way it was and We're so stupid. because. When Ricky laughed, my first show could have. A had no gas or be had David Alan grier some comedian or actress or something or friend of the show our whatever it was. The very first show that I did solo was done with psycho, Mike from distortion or something or whatever. In this guy disturbed whatever it was was colossal Douche, bag? But even went further. It was like. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I swear to God. It's like he called Ricky rack when it went like, sorry, you got shit. Can you want me to give them the business? I'll make this fucking guy quit the first night and I remember I've never and then on all the year subsequent to that I've never interviewed anyone that was like willfully defiant and angry and was giving like one syllable answers back and wouldn't bleed into the MIC. and. The MIC over there I remember just saying city. Close attributed the my this is my first guest my first night that I have to fucking do two hours with this asshole. I. Remember thinking. When she put up to this, you said it was stupid with the three of us the concept of the three of us was. No, l.. Yeah. Well, well, one of 'em's me. Yes. Yeah. Stupid idea but stupid putting you on the side. If, you have me and have you then adding a third person. Stupid. I. I've always said it was a two person shy of his arguments with quarterback in the de just like it's never meant to be too many. Voices. And with with different perspectives that's. Yeah well that I know, no, it was stupid booking that asshole for the first show like somebody not that we have not under the hold on not that there was any kind of producing going on. I mentioned he should've went let's not get hardcore asshole in here. Show one I guess it's that it's I'm interested in your feelings about the how lovely structure I guess I was thinking about this because you're doing the documentary now. And I just just intrigued me what do you think of the one that they're doing with Ambrose Villa have you heard that I watched it or anything or no? No. No. Feeling to watch I have no feelings about it but I don't know what it is. I'm sure it's excellent. It's GonNa. It's GonNa have to suck. It has to be bad has not you? Yes. Because nobody else can do this. If you're going to just say sit around and answer these questions and be entertaining it cannot work. It's impossible. I've always who's have I ever said anything different than what I'm saying you right now. About love line. Yes. You said both of you've given me a little piece of it. Yes. Good lettuce you can be replaced but. And my point is always been people miss the fact that it's a medical show. It was a medical show, not a psychological show, not a relationship medical show, and then the comedy was you and the differences between two males conflicting on these things. Sort of was the essence of it. Yes Sir but nobody can do what I do in this environment. Lesson I can't do what? John Oliver does I can but not as good as he does. And but maybe Bill Maher can do John Oliver Does Jon Stewart can do what John Oliver does. Or maybe John can do Jon. Stewart does I don't know but in this. Being what? The studio free. Form. UNSCRIPTED. And Rolling questions you. Can't can't be done. Nobody. Do you. Feel like you're holding back that might. I don't know do some TV I'm not being a Douche know. What this is, what learned and it's been proven. Wrong. I've never had this. 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It was I remember it was it was sort of high contrast, orange colors, stills of him moving around like all over the place. Wasn't it? Everything was. All you gotta find that intro please I. The. INTRO, but it doesn't seem to be what you're describing. So I'M GONNA keep looking at. Here's the first thing I know. That's all right. I don't obvious dance I know he was. I don't know if he's dancing here it if threat music. Thirties. Ryan's. rolled. As Long. As. Pictures smiling. Face And I think this story was. Story was Quincy Jones like had lyrics and bill is like I'm just going to do this in a scat and quincy was like A. doodle Eric. Believe me this is good. I. Love this and Quincy probably worked a long time putting that arrangement together. Forty years later, we remember it right? Well Yeah, I. Guess I do games and Braga's and Bro. Really. Dominic thirty-seven. Adam. Big Bedroom. Yeah. Big Badru. Hey Can I get a quick quick Mongolia Plug Yeah So I bought a bottle from my buddy and I asked him how he liked it and he said. No good and I said, what didn't taste good and he said, no, it tastes great it knock me on my ass. Kiddo. You heard that before tastes like college. And I did A. standup thing where we'll recall we did. Concert or what do we call things show in? Newport Rhode, island right and they were serving Magharia there. Yeah. In the Red Solo. Cups. Air. Cups the APP I've never seen somebody wasted people my Lai or that good for what else you? Afterwards. You could stand in line cover bill cosby. Making up their own lyrics scared I thought it a detox everybody hanging a bunch of IV's. Dominic thirty seven. Yeah going. Calling for some advice I've been what you'd call it. A people pleaser in my adult life all as long as I can remember and I used to really not have much going on. So I would just say yes to everything and it wasn't necessarily a bad thing right right. But now I got a full life I got a good career successful I got a family and I'm finding I'm saying no more and more and ignoring people more and more and while. I'm not I don't really have a problem with that per se. It's I. Have this anxiety sort of dread that I'm always letting people down and I wanted to see. You guys handle that because you've been successful much more than me for a long time I don't think. I don't think I know that you're talking about how do you feel do I? I don't like it when people are upset with me or disappointed me or whatever. May I feel it greatly? It's not really that so much this is like somebody asked you to do something kind of maybe even a line and you still feel bad when you when you have to say, no, you know what I mean I I've I've spent my life attempting to do do well for people but on the other hand and feeling. To a fault in the past of doing stuff you know just. By. As I've gotten older, I've been able to. The. person. I have because I grew up with such crazy stupid low self esteem that whatever you told me to do just do it right and do it for you what do for free I I I really like if I. If I said, I had this happened where it's like I'd I told someone. On weekends go to people's houses and do like odd jobs and stuff and I'd say like. Well. It's ten dollars an hour and I work ten hours and the guy go. Okay. Here we go and Hammy check for fifty dollars and he'd start to walk away and I'd be like A. Just, go just go cash check. I WANNA. Go tap on the show I. wouldn't I wouldn't even do it even if you just got. Rid. Not even. Intentionally I, I couldn't even bring myself to say like, Hey, excuse me. So so there's a whole series of kind of different phenomenon I'm here one is the ability said boundaries. The other is sort of a severe codependency and the other is. Sort of coming to your own aid asserting yourself even when it's appropriate and all that stuff takes practice as much as anything. And there are ways to set boundaries. Without having to feel bad but it's gonNA feel bad for a while you when you do it I, I imagine easier for you know. It's getting harder but it's because of what you just said I've doing it more than saying no more and also not responding to people more and it seems to be the past few weeks have really been weighing on me like there's a weight on my shoulders where I feel really guilty about everything and not getting not saying, yes and instead saying, no and not getting back to people I think because I had a life of going one way and now few grow because we short time going the. The problem with all the stuff. It's like I remember it kind of from my childhood where it's like. My mom went through all this junk, and then at some point, you're like at the supermarket and. There's somebody with one item and you got a shopping cart and they're like, can I go in front like now? You may not. I'M TIRED OF LETTING PEOPLE IN. Sweden. Knock it off. This isn't the time. They used to be telling us your mom. The Guy Behind you at the supermarket got the one item. You know I mean like you you're taking. This is the wrong place for this and I know you've been building up to this and reading books on it. Now you're going to apply it, but it's a weird application of it so. Dominic. It has to be organic and it has to work and fit each special situation right I. Think what a lot of people do they go no more and so what happens is they get to a four way stop sign and they go I'm not wearing the person and I'm going to that's the wrong person in the wrong situation you know what I mean. Well, it's the difference between sort of aggression assertiveness to and being assertive is not aggressive and it's even empathic and it's understand the other person's point of view but it's supporting yourself I and it's Ok to do you have to a lot of coaching. And I found. that. is going to sound weird but you can reflect back to somebody how they're feeling and that's way of setting a boundary with your face. You can appreciate reflect the an appreciation of their feelings and that helps set boundaries with me. Anyway. All right let's see. Someone's GonNa Question About my sister Andrew Thirty seven. DETROIT, you're on his sister, his sister filling gaps in the story about Adam, his sister. Wanted Adams's fill in. Yeah. It's it's. True if you read it, they're scaring me. Go ahead, Adam you tell somebody stories about your life but Gap Son kind of curious about like like what happened after your sister ran away along I should gone. Did she ever live with your mom again? Ted Care about anyone it was unclear. How long shoes gone? I think at that point we were living with my dad fullish time I. Think we went and. Moved in. With my dad. The world's least second least fit parent. So we moved from basically the seller. Took one step up from the cellar stair and got from my mom, my dad. My Dad is. The, worst guy in the world to raise you, but he's not damaged goods out your mom. It's not my so confused though the same you do get vague when you talk later nets, Andrew don't know how was she when she left. Well, first off after after there's a few things. because. My mom is my mom. None of this. There's no there's no discussing this in front of my mom did show. Super Angry I. Did, you know when she left or two weeks of the end and just all of sudden like whereas now I knew we've lived in eight. Hundred Square Foot House. The day she left my my grandfather was very upset. Other people didn't seem to be. Upset. That was my take on. It was good riddance. Kind of weird you know. I. Had the feeling at that young age. Yeah. I had the feeling that it's like when you have an elderly dog and it dies in its sleep like you missed the dog richer kind of happy you don't have to wipe it them and stuff like that. Fourteen. Old enough to know your daughter's held. Now show turn eleven and a three three years. Three years from now could have endured and a half your daughter takes off well anyway. Now what are you going to do but it wasn't Was a do something just not that much. Cops and missing persons and top. Protector Services. With this man and you imagine man, we just want to be free. My Mom's you WANNA do my mom is probably holding loaded. So there wasn't my my grandfather was pretty upset. I remember. Person I remember being upset that my grandfather was upset. Yeah. But also it was he was. UPSET HE WAS AT U. the rest of the family. They seem to act their fair. You know they were calling some friends and you know. He was leaving your to showed up missing. Don't remember the announcement. And Gone How long? It's unclear. We should call her interview. Families Everything's uncomfortable right now, but I would say A year I know it could have been a number of weeks number months. and. Then at some point I think maybe it was understood she was somewhere just not coming back. And we're. I don't know. Nobody. I have no idea it at some point she moved back in with her boyfriend. H Fourteen well, you know ninth grade like ninth grade. You know, hey man, we just want to be free seventy smash. Fourteen you fucking kidding me. Well. What was she? Wa- was she missing out on and home? I'm just here to tell you that Oh the boyfriend moving in to the fourteen year old Crowley fifteen. Off By ut what I talk about the fact that whatever we're dealing with now is the repercussions of all that. I'm just saying, yeah, could've been could've been sixteen. I don't know I don't Gone for two years I. Honestly. I don't I don't remember go to school during that time. Yeah she she was saying Advanced Studies, program at UCLA. School no I mean. What School district? Where was she? You can go to school didn't go to school now. She. Had that work emancipated minor now alleged school come after world where are they going to go wherever she was staying? Showers. Hollywood living at of the children of the night. Walk Nobody knows Oh. I this story. I'm assuming look I'm a singer I feel your pain man I'm assuming she had a boyfriend and those to live together an apartment or. She paid for the apartment. Well, he he probably worked and maybe she she probably worked I'm assuming. You're the guy to ask the follow up questions on this. It's so vague I know it's gotta be much simpler in reality if I were to talk to your sister, it'd be like, no no, she's. I was gone for ten days. I. Stayed at the Neighbor's house. She was gone from, she should've been your high school, right? This is junior high. Fifteen. Sixteen you're talking about well started in junior high. Fourteen well, our our junior high went to the. Ninth Grade. Junior high and then. High School I don't feel like she got to high. School. I don't feel like that was to go to college eventually. Oh? Yeah. She's on the Dean Brown listen to me. I thought she was somebody who eventually went to college I'm wondering how off. Now she she got a job. She worked it out should good person just started good fat raise a good family you know like me She's She's she's survivor. Corollas we survive. Lot No, my mom eventually got her degree. Studies, it's my favorite. My Dad eventually got his They got their degrees in their fifties sixties. Wow. Yeah hope for you. Yeah so No I don't think she ever got her degree. She went she went to. She. Got Out of junior high. got a little off back. Probably. Entered high school but at the magnet weird school in the corner. I don't you guys. You didn't have you into little Lord Finalize School for Album HAEMOPHILIAC. The schools we went to had a corral in the corner that was France off and it was basically it's like. Hey Hey kids who are unteachable yeah. We need you to come to school. I don't know about that. Well, no, no. Don't worry. We're not gonNA, teach you anything. You just get. You can sit here and smoke cigarettes on this bench I. Years what we need from you I get it on teachable kids with horrible parents. Yes. We need to say you're coming to school. Got It. Yes. Okay. But don't worry. We're not GONNA, sign you homework or do any work with you because we know if you saw that you wouldn't want to show up. So we're going to create a little school in the side of our school mccalla Amelia earhart the way people like. And we'll call it. Magnet school sounds good like like they call special needs. We only takes. A Hell House exceptional kid. All good agnes all it's all good I think we'll call. Alternative. Continuation of continue carved this whole thing and it's like, Hey, listen POPs I don't do classrooms and I like to smoke I dunno, you can just sit and smoke outside you just need to be here like. Or something and you go to Taco Bell at noon and if you WANNA. Come back. That'd be cool. Smoke I. Hope here I can't imagine things are really still that bad anymore that's gotta be the nater. That's like Oh ninety percent of it is showing up. It's one hundred percents. Showing up. Yeah. Ours they say hundred and seven percent. Showing up and then serving the shows like all right listen. We'll sit here and smoke. And we'll talk about that heart concert we wanted to go deaf and but we're not. Learning any no, no no no. No. No one. Asked you to learn the forget anyone said that word right? We'll smoke any TACO. Bell. We'll do that for a year. Okay and then what has done don't don't cause any trouble. Let's just give you a little certificate and you just Cook Cook it. You know the TACO bell get a job there and you have a little certificate with you. It'll be your pass to the bottom. And then want. Okay. And that's how it worked. So I don't know what I don't know if Amelia earhart is still there today. I have no idea what the fuck were doing over there drew. Wants to vomit in his mouth when he hears about this over the table. This is your taxpayers money at worse generation being sacrificed. I was two hundred yards off to the southeast making something out of Colli. Whether it helps bar for three periods for three periods. That's awesome man. Your kids she should've sent your kids in North Ave. Still. There you want to be outsell there. For the next show, you read the description of it. lifelock everyone the two thousand nine, hundred mgm resort data breach impacted more than one hundred and forty, two million of their guests. That's not ten point six, million like they thought it's ten times more. Of course that hacker is selling guest details for almost three thousand dollars a pop, and the doesn't have to sell that money to have made this a worthwhile endeavor for him lazy. He lays it. 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The Stephen A. Smith Show

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"This is the Max Kellerman show Kellerman on ESPN radio. Yes Max Color and Joel Max Kellerman as it happens. Winstons on ESPN radio, ESPN news the ESPN APP Sirius Xm channel eighty or smart speaker. You can reach us at eight eight eight say ESPN, that's Eight, eight, eight, seven, two, nine, three, seven, seven, six, the Max, Kellerman show. Is Presented by Progressive Insurance, all guests join us on the Shell Pennzoil. Performance. Line. Jaanus they walled up against Jaanus. And box didn't have an answer look. The problem is Middleton is an all star this year and a good season is an all-star I really really like Chris Middleton as an overall player, he's not the kind guy is going to put the ball on the floor and get his own shot at a superstar level. It's just not him. I mean it's not. Even, like Klay Thompson we had Michael Thompson his father on earlier Klay Thompson, if he's putting the ball on the floor, that's what you want. If you're the opposing defense, it's not that he can't. It's that that's not why he's there. Middleton is not the go get your shot and crunch time type player. So who's going to be that guy if Middleton's the second best player on your team, you need a third player almost good at your second best player even if honest is your best player and by the way because Janas can't shoot it that well, you're third best player better be able to shoot it well, because Middleton does normally. I always thought that was going to be going to bledsoe. Eric Bledsoe. BLEDSOE has. All her skills. Talent he's the duty of the little guy can play defense and just could jump out the gym and all those things and other stars acknowledged bledsoe's talent always have. But has gone away when they've needed him most. I know it sounds like oversimplifying things. I have certain guys I put in a category he's not clutch clutch and and that's fluid it can change. But there are guys who consistently elevate under pressure. It doesn't mean they can't choke in the clutch. Everyone does has an just law of averages and there are guys who consistently get worse under pressure I hate to say it bledsoe has has not been bestself in the playoffs or even as normal self. So where the bucks going to get this from. They limited even Kenzo's minutes because he hadn't been playing well, but I think that's your only. Hope if you're the bucks, Bledsoe has not shown the they'll do it. Middleton is struggling there walling up against the honest. It's the same problem. They had last playoffs the reason I'm looking at even though. is, because his handles are not quite good enough but they're not terrible either his shot is not quite good enough but he can hit some shots and he has the guts to take them. And he's a good defensive player. The Vincenzo is a good defensive player and you saw him in the tournament, who is the best player on the floor when they won the national title. Even though. He has something in them that I think the bucks can use and I would not limit his minutes right now I them where either I would. I would use them and but that's what it comes down to for the bucks right now. You Know Brooke. Lopez's not hitting the outside shot. He was taking more and hitting them at I WANNA say was taking over six threes last season I looked at this recently and was hitting thirty seven percent of them and this season he's taking under five and hitting thirty one percent of them. That's a big difference. and. So they need like he's not the same outside threat is he was. Middleton has gone away so far one game, but since since the bubble. BLEDSOE is not picking up the slack as he didn't last year. Where you'RE GONNA go if you're the bucks, I think Stephen chance or not sounds ridiculous but you've gotta find. A, you know what you have on the roster that you can use the Lakers. I hear people talking about Dion waiters and Jr. Smith. These cats weren't on the roster a couple of weeks ago. And now it's a major catastrophe if they don't get minutes. Why do you think they were available Can they certain things in small spurts? Yes. But why do you think they were available? The issue, the bucks have is different than the Lakers the issue the box have is the clock is ticking and Yada sometimes to one seats, the bucks and the Lakers in the West and Jaanus. The way it works in the NBA is. On your rookie deal, you go wherever you're drafted, and then they have such financial incentives for Max contract players to stay on that original team that in the history basketball, no one ever leaves. No one ever leaves before season six because season seven, you go where you want you're not penalized as as as thoroughly for leaving financially. So then I made my money now and it's not as bad ahead I'M GONNA? Okay. I'M GONNA leave. So what they do is going into the seven seat like before the end of the season before the seven season, the agent goes tells the team if it's a small market or a place where the guy don't WanNa be a dysfunctional team. All right look we're going to leave so you might as well get us get something for us in a trade. So, we can leave now. And the clock is ticking on the Pelicans Zion. Right, this is the first year they got five more seasons with them to try and win a championship and convince him to stay. In markets like that. That's how it works. Believe me. It used to be a big frustration to me as a as a middle American growing up on the corner of Main Street and Hickory Lane. Very upset by this dynamic, but I have to admit it's true. So. So the box the clock is ticking and they got to find it on the roster. The Lakers are in a different position than the. Bucks. Everyone's like, oh, the Lakers gotta do it now or never know. They pushed they traded everything to get a D.. I didn't expect them to win the chip this year next year is there real like do or die, year. Because Lebron is still playing MVP level now, meaning next year, he'll still be very good whether or not. He's MVP levels to be very good and a D. is still going to be an MVP caliber player. In all likelihood. So. Then they have to surround them with the right pieces. Not, used up all your resources just to get a D, You couldn't put the right pieces around they did a very good job getting white and Jovanovski and these guys, but they need shooting. And they'll find it in the off season. I, think the Lakers. Next year, it's the opposite of what people think. Oh. The Bucks are young and you honest is young and they have time. Not How long you? Honestly well, but he loves Milwaukee and he's a hometown guy and he's not ring chasing. Okay we'll see. It's not about the history of the League says. You gotTA. Show that guy that you can win chips there. By the way. James Harden. I give it up. Really get to that coming up on the Max Kellerman show but I give it up. When I see a guy perform under pressure. You GotTa admit it. Harden has been showing signs every well I'm going to get to that in a minute The Max Kellerman show is brought to you by Shell Motor oils. Pennzoil synthetic motor oils are made from natural gas because you unbeatable engine protection. The proof is in the pennzoil based on sequence four where test using S. Five W. Thirty. Reyna you're on the Max Kellerman show. Hey. Max. The glad you back what call attention to something that may be a little different than everyone's going I know that Anthony Davis could've given us better performance points. Wise but I think I'm more concerned that Lebron Stat line when I see a was seventeen assists on a team that shoots poorly as the Lakers shoot. That means that you're throwing the ball to other players at high rate for that to translate into an assist and that's your best player throwing the ball at a high rate to other players do not take I I I'll. Tell you hear the point i. hear the point it's it's an interesting point. The issue is this though Lebron is not the outside threat or off the threat from the free throw line and Anthony Davis is not the outside that are take you off the dribble kind of where you're going to get that kind of offense from them that you're talking about and there are two of them not three. There's no third wheel really want Kyle coups mitigate that guys, but he's not that guy so the only chance Lebron has by bringing everyone with them and hoping that someone gets hot. This is the Max Kellerman show on ESPN RADIO ESPN news, the ESPN APP Sirius Xm channel eighty or your smart speaker or just open your window. You can hear it out the window probably I duNno, it's everywhere. 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When you compare the two situations and? That big difference is when we drafted here and we were coming off the bad year. When they drafted Jordan love this year, they were coming off of a player to or a player away from the Super Bowl. So it's a big difference. which is one of the reasons I said I was a little bit surprised that they didn't go with an immediate need of being that they were so close to the super bowl so that that's that's a big difference and I think Erin felt the same way to he wasn't upset that they draft him backings more upset that they they didn't get an immediate need. Is is not for me to say but. I think if anything. The reality Kinda hits you if it hadn't already. That the end is near than it had been at any time to career. You know that they finally have drafted a quarterback or or assuming that they they ball drafted the. The next person. To take the reins and so when that end will be a is always a question. He's not wrong. Of course of course, that's the difference. That's why Rogers it's really an affront to him where he he captains a thirteen and three team. First Year with a new head coach. Head coach on the NFL level. And they don't they obviously not on the same page. There's not it's not like that's a love affair. The floor and Rogers. And yet thirteen wins yellow floor wanted him to rely on on his on the run game more than he has and Rogers wasn't great and play action and he yet he was protected a lot and less accurate down the field. All those things are true. I. Would say, yes, he's getting older and when a guy who can improvise and relies a lot on his on his superhuman athletic ability as Rogers always has. As that Guy Ages because he can't fall back on technique on classic technique the way a less talented guy can sometimes he can fall off the cliff. You know I predicted the cliff Brady it's more like a ravine but but sometimes, that guy can I don't know that that's happening with Rogers I think it's a new system you know new coach the whole thing, and he's trying to figure it out late in his career and did he do a good job? I don't know they went thirteen and three. and. By the way, Rogers basically spent his whole career never throwing a single pass. To a first round draft pick. Because ridiculous. Well, but he had good receiving course Jordan. Yes. But why do you think those receiving cores were good Rogers is throwing the ball. It's not that they're not good players. They're fine. But the packers have never invested draft capital in giving Rogersville targets and here was a perfect season to do it. It was a receiver rich class and instead of getting a receiver on a thirteen win team. They went out and got his replacement. Roof. If view Rogers that's brutal. That is brutal. Especially, it's harder to win than ever. Now because you know it's interesting. Greens talking to far who who. was. An all time great rogers was even better. Because Rogers, didn't turn the ball over like farve. His arm wasn't quite is electric but more accurate and didn't turn the ball over. Is Smarter player than Farve. But Nowadays, you've Patrick Mahomes who's like Brett farve and Aaron Rodgers had a baby. His arms is electric as far as at least. Only he's he has. He's kind of cerebral like Rogers. He doesn't ever turn the ball over hardly. and is very accurate but also has thing that far seemed to have where Guy Rally around. When you need your bank capital, one is right in the palm of your hand. So you can check your balance deposit checks, pay bills, and transfer money from your phone with a top rated APP and when you're done banking. But back in your pocket, a banking experience built around you and your life, this is banking reimagined get started online anytime. What's in your Wallet Capital One NA member FDIC it's hard and in with the chiefs around now Andy, Reid and tyreek hill all that like leader the coach and and all the the offense of weapons including the running back they just drafted maybe they do maybe it's going to be the best quadruplets and history An improved defense and everything. It's harder than ever to win a super bowl because we assume that Kansas City going to be waiting there for you. And unlike in years past where Rogers would always be the difference like he's he's in years past if you got to the Super Bowl he's been to one. But when you're projecting the season, you're like man if green bay gets there I, don't care who they're going up against Rogers so much better than the other guy. Not Anymore. Homes, better rogers. I mean, you gotta give Rogers credit they. Russell Wilson by the evidence is probably better than rodgers. Now, I don't know Rogers team won more games than when they met in the playoffs they beat Seattle. I don't mean that to just boil that down to quarterback play Russell Wilson's great. But Rogers talent is pitched higher. I still think it's their in them. So yes, Farve is right. Jordan love what a slap in the face to Rogers. It'd be one thing if it's like look we gotta start preparing for the future and this and that but but off thirteen win season. First Time he's with the first time got to learn a new way of doing things and he wins Thirteen Games and two playoff game maybe go out and get. Receiver Rich Class. Forbes not wrong. You always think though when farve is talking about Rogers, because the famously didn't like each other. And far was not like helpful with rodgers now like it took him under his wing. You always wonder if our of has ulterior motives, it didn't sound like that to me here. It sounded like far was giving an honest assessment because the assessment just seems true. But. You know what I mean when you hear far talking like is he gonNA take a little veiled shot it rogers. Imagine being Brett Farve for an organization who has one one great quarterback at followed by another whose career seems to last fifteen plus years right like incredibly. Good at. Identifying quarterback talent and staying with it. Developing it and staying with it. Being Brett Farve. People this network. Absurdly calling on the greatest quarterback of all time which he wasn't but Hughes Top ten all time. IRONMAN. Longest consecutive games played streak all that stuff in great. Candidate for greatest ever. Super Bowl winner. went to. Imagine being followed by a guy what are the odds of that dude is better than you? That's another difference here. The odds Jordan love will be Aaron Rodgers successor will be better than him are virtually nothing. Jordan love might be very, very good. The odds that he could ever be better than Rogers are slim to none. Because in my lifetime watching football. Patrick mahomes right now is the only quarterback. My eyeballs tell me better than Rogers in his prime and by a hair. Who've? Informs case at least. You're right. The team was no good and they found a guy even better than you. In Rogers case, the team powerhouse, and they found guy probably have a chance to be as good as you. Wolf. Rub being rough Aaron Rodgers right now. This is the Max Kellerman Shaw Max Kellerman on ESPN RADIO ESPN news, the ESPN APP Sirius Xm channel eighty or your smart speaker. Rudge someone just press something I can't see the screen reach us at Eight, eight, eight, say Espn Eight, eight, seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six that had Chris written all over it Chris is that the reason I was now muted and it went right over I have a computer said Nope it's not me but I must say, sorry, anyway, you should say sorry, Chris. Maxwell show is presented by progressive insurance drivers who save with Progressive Save over seven hundred and fifty dollars on average call or click today and find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance. This is what Paul Pierce had to say about Lebron. James on I. Take Today. They don't win this your not getting the younger. This is going to be a big hit on his legacy and I've already said he's not a top five player of all time. If the Lakers don't want a championship, let alone lose in the first round I don't WanNa hear none of this go talk no more. This is so absurd of course, there shouldn't be go talk because his peak he's not as good Jordan. But for career value. Pretty obviously. Has had the most career value. Lebron James and you cannot have a conversation pop five the even if you include. Premodern basketball before the three point shot and you want to say Bill Russell needs to be there because he won the championship every free. Boards into game seven never lost a game seven Bill Russell twenty-one deciding games in his career high school. College pros. Twenty one. Oh, in those games. Think about that for a second. Well, he's on great teams twenty one O in deciding games. That means the other team was good enough to take you to a game seven about evenly matched. Now, who has the best player? Who wants it the most Bill Russell I get putting Bill Russell. There and then Kareem. Especially, if you consider Kareem College but just NBA even. Six time champion. Incredibly long and great career. Before Jordan probably the greatest. Modern player. Okay you want to put those two in with Jordan and say Lebron's not the top three. You can have an argument I. Think you'll lose the argument. You can argue who else you put in ahead of Lebron you insane and by the way even Kareem. Kareem did not play like this this deep into his career. Yes. He had college where he was the most dominant college player ever do, but we're just talking NBA right now he didn't play that deep like in his in his seventeenth season, he was not an MVP candidate. He may have finished top five one to. How could Lebron Lebron James? Came into the League and took a nothing team to the finals beaten up in the finals because he'd have anyone with him. Then he went to Miami went to the final four straight times. One two then went to Cleveland and would have won more than one championship except the warriors hit the Cheat Code just seventy three win team who by the way Lebron would have beaten the first time he played them right remember that Kyrie and Kevin love go down Della Vedova is the second best player on the cavs and Lebron Somehow leads that team game six. Of course if Kyrie and Kevin love would have been there, they would have beaten the warriors of course. And then, and then the warriors win seventy, three regular season games and Lebron beats them, and then they add k. d. will at that point you got no shot to win. So really two of those finals were not even matches because seventy three win team had K. D.. You can throw those losses. That's ridiculous. No, no, no one ever was going to beat that warriors team right. And then the first time he was playing without. Kyri or Kevin Love. That's another finals loss that's three, and then the first time he got to the finals Dev another all star on the team of course, you're not going to win. Four finals losses that you really can't say boy that's Lebron's fault because he didn't have a chance to win those series no player in history would've had a chance to win them. So don't tell me about those four finals losses. You WanNA complain about one to Dallas when he was Miami wanted to San Antonio. That's fine. He lost those finals only Jordan wins the finals every time. But otherwise get Outta here with that. That's week. Seventeen C. Seventeen season the deutz Dylan the MVP conversation. Not, top five. Let's get to some calls. I'd love to see which calls are on the line unfortunately, either Raj or Chris is sabotaging me right now by refute they have what is this that I see in front of the call screen literally, there's a gray screen in front of the call screen so I can't see anything. Thank you for taking that away who I just need to know who was it? Who did that? Come power you need. Me Zoom. Just. How to get rid of stuff and you just there's nothing I can do here. It's your screen I've. Screamed Mirrors your screen. Whenever Rogers looking at another screen. Yeah. That block comes up because it's Oh gosh. I'm on. Not to look at other screens in the middle of the segment. Dude I've only got sixty games and fantasy baseball is very important. I need to check my team you know fantasy football. That might listen that might work that might fly food fantasy football who could play every day you gotta worry about these lineups. Alabama you're on the Max Kellerman. Show. I. WanNa talk about your comparison to Damian Lillard to Steph Curry. I think that's unfair because I mean Dana been phenomenal. He's been great but he's no Steph curry my look. What happened last you Without K. D. The warriors beat them in four games and stuff average thirty, seven, eight and seven in shot forty, six percent from the field and forty two percent from three like on on the dame. Great. He's definitely top ten but I, don't. I don't think you founders Dan what you're saying you're making a good point and my art my argument with Steph Curry is not how we played last year when it mattered most I think for the first season in his career, Steph got even better when they needed him to to. But until then steph usually wasn't as good as normally as in the playoffs like especially in the finals. So there's one steph curry best player in the League like you WANNA MVP one years the best player in the League and then in the finals when they needed it most. I was there for that game I was. Sitting in the fifth throw bought tickets I'd even want to go to me that media member I wanted to watch it as a fan. They couldn't he like four minutes and twenty two seconds last almost five minutes of the game and Steph Curry. The point guard of the best half court offense in the history of basketball. Generated zero points as a unit. He's throwing the ball at behind the back pass throwing it into the stands. He's he's he's missing shots. He's scared to take shots like I don't I don't take pleasure in saying this about guys but he choked. And Steph, even when he wasn't choking with something less than his best self when they needed it most he has with enough reps. he's come out of that now. I don't think that's an issue for him anymore. And sometimes he's even getting better. But Damian, Lillard and yeah jrue holiday did a number on them and the defense did a number on the Pelicans defense not long ago. But Damian Lillard at earlier point in his career is playing his best ball when they need him most. Ex Kellerman show ESPN RADIO ESPN NEWS ESPN APP Sirius Xm channel eighty or your smart speaker eighty eight say Espn Eight, eight, eight, seven, nine, three, seven, seven, six. You'd think I'd be mad at Raj for not be like not zoning out of some he's managing as fantasy baseball team but the fact of the matter is and this is very important for everyone to understand if you're an employer weren't employee and you're listening to my voice right now. Nothing is more urgent than getting your fantasy lineup, right especially when time is ticking down. Right if the Games arrest in some time zone, you're. Starting pitchers in anytime. You think that there's something more pressing that some family engagement to kid needs something spouse needs something the boss is looking at you know there's a live radio show. nope. Fantasy team lineups come I clearly is this and this is daily fantasy. Well, it's not like. Busy. It's on ESPN. So it's obviously like you say, the Elliott's in the League and I'm in two leagues so I had to lineups. Draft on the right side and fantasy football. I understand I would normally criticize any. I would normally criticize you for not paying attention to the show because this is your job and we're on the air live. TV and radio however you that's that's an acceptable excuse I ca I know for me it's. I appreciate it. Who We got Daryl in. Virginia you're on the Max Kellerman show ESPN radio. Going on Max. All right I just wanted to say like, can we stop making excuses for Lebron because? He created this league that he got now if he would have never went to Miami and stayed in Cleveland and waiting his turn like Michael Jordan Chicago Katie would have never been the warriors. It's a great beat him. So now Darryl is a great point. However, if let me just tell you what would have happened if he stayed in Cleveland, they would have gotten them anyone and he's too good. So they were the reason Cleveland got good. Is because it got I pick a number one overall pick after number one overall pick they could. They could draft what's his name Bennett and a biggest bust ever number. One right and it didn't matter because then they got Kyri and then they got wiggins who they traded for love. That's all Lebron there. But when he was there, they were a powerhouse. So he was good enough to Gilbert was making money and there was no urgency and also figuring always from here he's not going anywhere. There's no urgency to put a team around him. He got to the finals with one of the worst supporting cast in the history of the NBA. So if you would've stayed in, CLEVELAND, the your ads is like well, he created this league, they never would have gotten him the pieces ever. So I I hear what you're saying. He did he went to Miami formed the super. Team. K. D. saw him and raised him up the ante created a super team I'm GONNA. Join a seventy, three win team. You're right about that but I'm not making excuses for Lebron? No excuses. He's got his first round match up. I just don't think he was going to win the title this year. I think he's passed as prime though not far past his prime and or rather even if he is far past his prime he so great that he's still better than almost everyone but I don't think he's good as to why right now. And especially, from the free throw line late in games in the playoffs. And I think that shows up in the results and I don't think he formed a team as usual his in his location of his preferred location. He formed a team in Miami, went back to Cleveland and formed a team. Now he's going L. A. Forms a team whereas Kawai. Parachuted onto a fully formed team and brought Paul George with them. It's not an excuse I like Kawai and the clippers to win this year from the beginning. No excuses for Lebron. I think. Hawaii is right now the best player in the world including Lebron I think he's about approve it. But I don't think it's like do or die this season for Lebron. As I said, when you get an Anthony Davis and you gotTA give up every single asset, you have what about Kyle Kuzma he wasn't an asset if he was an asset, he'd been in the trade. Kyle Kuzma. Kuzma is okay. He. Is a below average starter or a solid rotation. He doesn't shoot it well enough, but do I think he can be a good player yes i. do I see what everyone else sees? But he hasn't been consistent. So. All they really have is. And then when they thought, they thought they were GONNA get Kawhi right so they pushed the chips too. So they freed up the cap space and Co is like I'm not joining you I'm coming for your head. Not Joining you as I said earlier. But marlowe told Prop Joe. I one made to play the Sun. Lebron I'm coming for the throne for the crown. Then the Lakers were left. All the free agents had already signed and they were left with cap space. So they filled it as best they could next year is the this off season's the off season the Lakers will try and get it right. I'm not making excuses for Lebron. Lebron Hawaii right now, we're going to find out who the best player in the game is who wants to be a finals MVP with three separate franchises. First Time in History Lebron has a chance to do it as a chance to do who's going to get it done I. believe why no excuses for Lebron? The fact that he's still doing this in his seventeenth season and people would somehow hold it against him as absurd. The bron James, this is the gravy years for him. Anything he does adds to his legacy anything he doesn't do does not take away everyone else would be retired by now this dude's in the MVP conversation. All right. It's time for last week. You heard I think. It's good to hear your voice. I take note here, Yoni intro and house. Down here. MEKA's. Do I need to set this up Raj. You want me to set this up. It'd be nice. The people to know what happened if you quickly. I take today and Marcus Spears comes on and we had a couple of rehearsals of this show and Marcus Spears was on one of the rehearsals and and. He found out maybe he wasn't going to be on the first show and he said lose my number. If I'm not a guest on this show love Marcus Spears, he's a TV star. And he he he'd be great on the radio. So Yeah Hell Yeah Watch on the first show. Great y'All for real you guys put me on the first show. He's basically threatening Raj. Lose my number if you don't. Okay. Okay. We're going to do it. We have Marcellus, Wiley my old radio partners the first guest in the first hour and Marcus Spears being the second hour. It'd be funny too because I would tell Marcellus I don't need you anymore. I've another fat retired NFL player. WHO STILL WORKS AT ESPN? He could be my radio anyway, all the markets that have rehearsals for NFL live. So I brought it up with him on first take and this dude goes on like an academy award I e explains Himself, and then he starts talking about to a. and me and everybody what we meant to him like like now that he's on nfl live, he's just won the Academy Award it's like a lifetime achievement award here's Marcus Spears giving a speech I take. Molly Stephen a Max, the crew, all of the people when I was going through this TV thing all of their advice, all of the things. You all told me giving me little little nuggets in tips Stephen. They are late night conversations on how to do this Max out conversations over dinner Dallas doing all those things. It's a combination and y'all know be I got respect for the people that helped me get to the point I'm at now all in the beginning but I am not here without the people on this show. So I appreciate you. Haven't heard Dan Roloff skier. Go on like this. Hey I was watching this morning dog I shed a tear and I was like August us love your Mama. Why don't you know watching this? Was An inspiring moment this dude play Division One basketball played in the NFL for a bunch of years for Glamour Franchise and the cowboys. Like. He's been to the top and now he's acting like he's got a new job already on TV by the way I'm the same network, but now that he got another job. Kademi award speech. It was like this is your life or something going going over all the ups and downs and he finally made it. The Great Marcus Spears Ladies and gentlemen. By the way. Sh shingle juniors coming up on ESPN radio I. Suggest you check it out. Excellent show. This is the Max Kellerman. Show US tomorrow per.

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Hard Factor 8/1: Democratic Debate Recap Night TWO With Hasan Piker

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Hard Factor 8/1: Democratic Debate Recap Night TWO With Hasan Piker

"Would it is Joe Man Randy savage. This factor in there is no one. Does it better now what he does it better myself. Go ahead. Tell me something right down. Not a rate. It's morning. It is it's Thursday August first up. Today we have the debate recap of night two of the Democratic Debates in Detroit and we're joined joined by Hassan piker of the young Turks and he's going to help us break down what happened at the debates piker from a young Turks. It's one of the smartest guys of the Internet <hes>. He does the same thing we do in a weird way. We're happy to have your brothers insurance happy. You're doing video because he's called you a rocket a few times. He's like unfortunately for Casandra compliment. He said unfortunately video because he's such a he's such a good looking guy because thank you. I thought that I had pretty good hair but assange hair like elegantly disheveled. You guys go well. Let me tell you I actually <hes> I take supplements for. What do you do the vitamin. Would it live streaming on the Internet for like seven hours <hes> I I started losing hair and then you can you. Can you tell us what supplements you're taking because I'm starting to loosen half. Yeah pro-peace Ambro gain take half. You're not taking super male vitality from Info wars. It's an early high tea to begin with yeah. I just I thought it'd be it'd be best to doc that a little teapot. We're glad to have a guest on that has high tea we got. We got our wives early. Guys want to go through the candidates and the order of their final remark yeah. Let's do all right so blasio gave the first bond remarks and <hes> he still Buddha judges line of they will call a socialists a-list right. So what do you guys think about. De blasio his remarks overall. I thought the Blasi was the worst debater of the entire two days. I think that he will have to drop out before Tim Ryan. I think that he did terrible. I mean he he couldn't argue with. Why the Hell is that. Is that guy still on the force that murdered Eric Garner you can't you can't answer that because it was just a bloodbath during that segment so what was your take <hes>. I'm just shocked at the Blasios didn't bring up the fact that he has he has has raised the Black Sun. <hes> this time around is that was definitely debate when he sat what in fact checked because it was his wife what what is that okay 'cause wife's African American right. Okay that's cool. It still doesn't give him <hes>. Give him a pass for keeping the guy that murdered Eric Garner he said we don't let it happen again but had no response to now. It happens a lot said guys. I'M GONNA fire him during the debates and would have been the biggest applause night right yes yeah or or he could have literally fired him any number of times when they put pressure on his office numerous times throughout that <hes> yeah yeah so what's really interesting is like he didn't do that obviously but then he also kept trying to put pressure on Joe Biden for are not taking action while he was vice president which I agree with. I think Joe Biden should have taken more action if he genuinely. Is this like bold progressive. I don't even even he's like trying to. I don't think he's a bowl progressive. His policies are so disastrously bad like he's been consistently on the wrong side of history throughout his entire forty four year political career so that like every single policy they comes out with now is virtually undoing previous previous legislation that he has written or co sponsored or co authored or <hes> sure that might that might be a fair point but I got to say say about that. I believe trump at some point was a Democrat right and also do you think that one he could win the nomination which is way out in front and to make amends ends or change his policies that going forward. I think Joe Biden Ken make amends but it I actually you know what I'm GonNa. Take that back. I don't think Joe Biden can make like no. My Dude is son Downing onstage okay. I don't think like I think it's just like a part of his brain seeping out of his ear. That's the the only amend he would be making on accident. Seventy six years old he said Malarkey on on similar Milwaukee on fucking stage. That's old old people talk. He was leaning pretty hard on the fact that he was Obama's V._p.. That was his big thing he he's Obama two point. Oh that was like he was like I want. He is like whenever they were like well. Obama Obama deported three million immigrants. Undocumented immigrants be like well. He was the president then I was V._p.. Right I'm not gonNA talk about well the blouse all the good things not owning up to all the bad things. The blasios says he raised the Black Sun Biden's point was he was raised by a black Father Barack Obama. That's true. Let's let's let's not forget. That Biden's son married his other sons <hes> his other dead son's like family history is not great hunter Biden. I didn't <hes> he's a good wholesome Christian. That's literally in the Old Testament. I think so <hes> shouts out the Hunter Biden. My man did crack he he <hes> he hooked up with his Deborah. Yeah he's on. He's also Biden spiritual adviser. What's next next up. Michael Bennett aww he's toast segments. I don't I don't know who was the most shocking part of the debate was people clapping clapping for Michael Bennett like why audience that like ever you so slow <hes> he didn't really say anything like he's just like you put him in the contingency of the Tim Ryan like all the all the white news that looked like one another who were just like kind of <hes> their shit on medicare for for all and and collect money from a book that they right exactly exactly. What did you think what did you do what you do as a profession profession profession like an animated play like droopy dog and a cartoon. He could be a great voice actor like a sad dog. Michael Bennett was like he was in like a typing in classical remember keyboarding. It was like a words per minute thing Michael Bennett would be in like three words but speaking class fucking horrible the one minute segment thing he he didn't talk very fast yeah but he looks like one of those like old school claymation like Christmas. Special guys like what's that movie. He's Yukon Cornelius big time. I haven't saw me. I'm up. I'm up late and I always get targeted with those those APPs. That will put you to sleep <hes> but I don't need them anymore. Because I got Michael Bennett now yeah he should definitely be on every white noise machine. I what about what about Jay inslee where you guys think about this. I think he will. He wishes that he had pads on Soviet full Clark Kent. I thought he was gonNA take the glasses off. Hottest book is strong and he was he was a phone booth change. Though he went new Rick Perry pull the Rick Perry Rick Perry did that to famously also another hot guy but <hes> but no Jay Inslee I like him. I think he's like a genuine anyone dude. He is very boring. He's another one of those guys who's like. I I'm here because I want to talk about how important it is that they on create initiatives is GonNa ruin the planet but then he's just like he's also too boring image him and Hickenlooper fucking each other because of the same person I guarantee you. Ensley benched over four hundred under at least once and he he probably Max that four one he wanted to say that in the debate but he didn't but like I agree initiatives. I like Yang's answer personally. He just said you guys is. I think we jumped the shark on the environment. I'm on the Yang Gang Bro. Here's my thinking about yeah. I mean he's being honest. He's like Elon Musk. He's kind of like yeah. We can do some things about it but maybe maybe go to another planet or you. Just hug your loved ones now but I'm GonNa pay to which we'll get a young willie whose neck right next up this is gonNA be now. This one is spicy Kirstin Gillibrand okay. Here's beat trump. Guys man shields highs and lows beat trump. Juneau's shifts is one of those people where like I wanNA criticize her but I'm afraid that everyone would be like Oh. You Green sexist piece of shit but like she. She's alert Assan if you said she's not the hottest woman on stage a sex SPEZIA. She said she was a white woman a privilege. Yeah that was crazy to me. She's trying to say like she was saying. Don't vote for me. Systemic raise them as an issue. She's like I'm GonNa talk to every suburban white lady and personally like East them about white privilege right now. Yeah I wrote a bus the word I would take a while donald trump yeah after the wandering around Michigan like what Yeah No. She's going to have a she's gonNA open a bottle Rosaiah when she gets home undoubtedly just like me and that's why I liked her. I thought she was a sweet lady. You would drink Roseanne Roseanne Jackson Tulsi Gabbard. Just put that out there and definitely more Jack Than Hickenlooper yeah but what's your sense of if you wanNA sound sexist Tulsi Gabbard is impossible to not say she's beautiful. You say she should be the next wonder woman look don't Jabar's up next Tulsi absolutely beautiful so real quick Tulsi in her closing remarks which is great because like the candidates had only written or opening remarks. They're closing remarks so that's when they're doing their best. If you will tolson their memorize he tells he said this she goes she goes their nuclear weapons pointed at our country right now and if you're like me a Hawaiian and then she referenced the biggest mistake Hawaii ever made of sending a false emergency messages out everywhere where someone just really hit the wrong button the day day that everyone is a little unrelated well. It was the day that everyone acted like that seen almost famous when the plane's going down there like I had sex with your wife and like the whole just just for Hawaii why don't get reverend that is like the feeling I felt when a Hawaiian mayday mega mistakes real no thanks yeah. It's GonNa be a huge way. Look I'm. I'm a little suss out by Tulsi Gabbard. I know a lot of there's a lot of Paul sells out there. They get very upset at me for saying in this I think our track records a little inconsistent or main policy portions flipflop on everything including right but everyone has at that at this stage except for Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Sanders Joe Biden being on the wrong side of history Bernie's interview on the right side of history if we think about that but I've never really had a job so I've never really had benefits like insurance and there's probably no chance of collecting social security or having any type of retirement plan but I hear from a few people that I do know with jobs is that some of them have perks at their jobs life insurance which is sweet but let's be honest you workplace life. Insurance isn't going to cut it if something happens. That's where policy genius comes in policy. Genius is the easy way to shop for Life Insurance Online in minutes. 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I mean let's be real but <hes> the weird part about this is that his ideas are the most progressive live with the exception but would you be willing to trade Liz Warren because her she's younger. Oh no I like Bernie Sanders because he goes further than Elizabeth Warren. Does we talked about that if you want me to like I think sure Bernie Sanders understands what must be done right whereas Elizabeth Warren Karen is is very smart. She has great track record fighting for consumer rights of fighting against Wall Street like she's even stood in opposition of the Obama Administration nutrition times and I really respect her for it but <hes> she's <hes> I think too much of a walk to interested in like finding the most effective way of of like writing the best kind of legislation and the reality is <hes> the most effective legislation is not going to move the needle. <hes> I think our institutions institutions of power so entrenched within establishing the status quo I mean keeping up the status quo that for us to to get even modest reform like modest reforms like Medicare for all which are available to every other citizen of every other comparable <hes> developed nation. We are going most most with them but yeah yeah we're GONNA need to fight back. You're going to need to apply pressure public pressure every step of the way for that legislation relation pass and you can see that with how Democrats react to the Bernie Sanders and even Kamala Harris and even Elizabeth Warren on the main stage so Bernie Sanders understands that and he also has is the volunteers and he has aggressive grassroots mobilization whereas I feel like Warren does not watered down. It doesn't change the fact that I I would sure for Assan. Hang Hang on hang on. I got I got this you bring up you brought up a good point earlier in that <hes> I'm going to rattle off some shameless plug first of all we are hard factor so download our podcast hard factor on. I tunes slash. <hes> what is it podcast. I apple podcast now spotify wherever <hes> also were partnered up with predicted the best stock. Are you familiar predict Hassan. It's like the stock market for politics you gamble on the debates gamble on like <hes>. What does Mueller GonNa say during his <hes> like <hes> testimony? It's awesome it's fantastic but they had a interesting poll where they are linked to where it said that like the majority it was like something like thirty percent of Democrats think that Elizabeth Warren has the best policy which was higher than any other candidate but only nineteen percent of them thought she would be the candidate because the policies didn't matter that right ambitious unique as a free plug yourself to after we need a freaky Friday like situation with Bernie and warned that's that's going to create the Best Democratic candidate because Warren's body strong. We know that Bernie's body old pick his brain donkin out look. I said this before we did T._R._T.. Maybe maybe like shaved. His head. Completely grew a beard like dude. You can't make an eighty year old not eighty nine a little bit C._R._T.. Like he would crush it T._R._T.. Obel you have no Antioch Meditation T._R._T.. Stay on replacement like coming from high tea Hassan over the U._F._C. fighters take and then they get back from twitch yeah yeah I was a big fan of Joe Rogan back in I mean I still watch stuff every now and then but yeah that's so I yeah C._R._T.. Is that's where I got. You WanNa look like Assad piker. Get to your teeth. What's up next week next candidate that we're GONNA talk about as Qiliang Castro tro okay? Thank you for doing it on the had a good debate again. I thought his first debate was good. He's been solid his thing. His thing is like he he goes heavy on civil rights but then I want to hear more. I want to hear other parts of his platform. I think you're not hearing. I just think he looks too goofy. He looks like weird. Villainous does he looks like the the bad guy from monsters inc like he just looks off. He's got a joker like smile. Yeah just a little off. I I look. I don't know what he says wakes up next to that guy but whoever wakes up next I probably does this the more okay. I'm sorry it's welcome to show. Let's move on past that guy who's next. He's skipping off. Just plastic looks Andrew. Yang is up gang gang baby yanked Dongguan Artists Pike. I want your take on this man. What what's your take on on young God? My man is just trying to fit you be I in every conversation Asian as best as he can't look I. I think you'd be I university scan. Come could be a very good solution to automation. <hes> it's not the end all be all but unfortunately and I've been talking about this for a while now injury gangs U._b.. Proposal is <hes> the the funding vehicle for his Yuguy proposals of regressive tax that will still will end up affecting disportionately the the working poor so <hes>. I don't think he gets the job done. <hes> there isn't enough <hes> there isn't enough <hes> protections for people on disability who genuinely need to be on disability and ultimately I think he is open to <hes> taking away a social safety nets like welfare and and snap benefits and things of that nature Assisting thousand a month we have a thousand a month isn't going to get it done for people living in L._A.. For people living in Austin like thousand month isn't going to get it done if you have no whether job it just isn't it but you're right like he's realistic automation's a huge problem. He's also I agree realistic on the environment. He's extremely realistic. Can we talk about gang gang. We talked about how he went every man in his closing speech he would ever man heart. He's so not every man he goes he goes. We're all up here with makeup on our faces. Yeah I love that line and uh-huh. It's like come on Bro. You're not every year at tech CEO. What are you what I want you to be the face of a company if you on his up there and starts every manning warranty he also wore no tie what was not no tie chump? I missed it. We were talking when he said something about his neck. Where did you guys hear that? I've missed it yeah. He said more people are talking about my my my choice not to wear neck where or something I don't know the problem with America which is then why we need you B._I.. Is there we go shitty cousin Andrew where the money on them to have the big jump though it's going up a little bit on predicted but he had a good showing the next step is somebody who had a great showing cory booker my guy my guy he was on fire up and down. I was bipolar during 'cause I through like one hundred fifty bucks on them. Two had the biggest bump after this debate on predict it I got it at thirty. Four cents started tanking that was going back and forth but overall. I think the overall I think he won. That section of the debate did closing argument was not great. It was a little scattered well. He was talking about like throughout the debate. He challenged people wisely. He didn't get <hes> like no-surprises snuck up on him. It was good that was fucking him. Rosario Dawson I can I can see why she was banging not guys he's very charismatic has ever been in Newark New Jersey in his closing remarks talk about how he turned around Newark New Jersey and one with fucking bring a turnaround Newark once he he dropped Newark close as is a little too many times during his last statement. I know what I'm lying. I closed my poker. I think he pushback really well on on Joe Biden. I don't know why Joe Biden thought that he go go up against a dude who is like really poor in other areas like Wall Street and and Big Pharma but like pretty decent on criminal justice like that's like one area where he actually exhausted. I mean I look I went to rutgers. There's I I was a big fan of Cory Booker back in the day and so it was weird that that he he tried to attack Cory Booker on criminal justice. Did you catch catch the kool-aid comments. You could tell people's strengths yeah the comments for me yeah. I mean that was like you cannot come back for that comment Yeah Yeah No. It was stroh button. The Brutal Joe Biden is just so bad. I I've been saying this for a while now like I don't understand how people are just so caught up in the fact like Barack Obama chose him as V._p.. Not Remembering the fact that like Barack Obama literally chose him his B._B.. Because like everyone was terrified of the Muslim black guy right so they were just like the young kind of racist white dude he grows great massages but Hassan you. Have you seen them aviators. Oh My oh my God he he's looking at when you see him in aviators you wish that your GRANDPA was dedicated. Also it'd be your grandma's peddlers baby test out the roof. Also I think Asana most voters are still a little bit older than you. Which is why Biden still tracking ahead but oh yeah for sure but no I I understand but like this dude like I mentioned over and over again as been on the wrong side of history consistently and we'll pike what's your what's your number one thing about about Biden where it's been on the wrong side of history? Oh my God criminal justice like Holy Shit the crime bill working with segregationists for crime control. I mean he worked with Strom. Thurman Ted to write call another strong that expanded everybody works while the fucking sucks. I don't who who has bought and sold we'd before yeah hands up hands up baby up. I'm not entitled. Thank God A._P._M.. Tape me and P._F._C. bought a catering college. We'd like no yeah you're right. Strom Thurmond was a piece of Shit I didn't I don't know much about Biden's history what he was doing but the sounds like with criminal justice he was on the on the effort so like all virtually strikes is terrible. The reason why the black incarceration rates skyrocketed and aftermath ninety four is because of the Biden bill the reason do you guys remember like in two thousand sixteen. When we were talking about Hillary Clinton like she had called african-americans superpredators right? Yes yeah you know why she was saying that she was defending her husband. We Know Bill Joe Biden's bill bill bill bill's a huge part of that. He's he is now. He's not with Epstein but he has now come back and said that was the worst mistake of his eight years. Not Not shutting cigars up conce not not any of that it was it was it was the three strikes can can we say one thing though that was horrible but the wor I'm really glad that they introduced the word Apex Predator because one hundred years someone's GonNa use that as their nickname sports league and Randy Randy Orton like seventeen W._w.. Champion you jack out he was president is the apex excuse me I'm sorry Jesus Chris Maxwell so basically you're saying that if Biden get selected take that <hes> civil civil rights stuff is lip service basically no. I don't think that Joe Biden is going to be like insanely racist in the White House or whatever he'll touch them all that I think that why are we rewarding guy who has been on the wrong side his entire life which means that at a time when we need comprehensive reforms arms when we need like actual social justice and Economic Justice for American citizens all of them like white black yellow doesn't matter all Americans need a more dignified life right and go biden is not going to be the person delivering that the why are we like even. Why are we talking about this Assan? Have you seen the end of rocky for rocky gives the speech Russia and he says if he can change I can change. We all can change or something something that's basically what Baden saying he's doing the rocky forest and eventually that's the other thing like he's not even talking about changing like e when you push him on it. He's still like no actually like we need to ensure that you know we we need still. Don't be crazy just I if he he's like I'd rather I'd rather be in jail than not jail still he was he was doing some some National Socialist Shit a little bit to be a centrist. I feel like I haven't followed his policies but it sounds like we're probably going to buy who's WHO's next. WHO's next the last candidate and the one that's GonNa be fun to discuss tonight? Kamala Harris camera my Gal. She do guys he dropped the fucking uh-huh Tahiti for my honeymoon like four months ago which is one of the nicest places on earth and I'm still mentally half there and she wore some beautiful like black pearls which I saw a lot of and T._d.. So she gave me this beautiful reminder of Tahiti and that's all I can say about Kamala Harris. You're saying you had a correction but you were confused. Mentally she looked nice. She was dressed. Well piker. What's your take? I can't speak on our sartorial choices but <hes> Look Comma Harris. <hes> has a very interesting track record. She's done a bunch of progressive things like her advocacy against the death penalty which is really interesting like she suffered politically for that so she she was right on that point when she was defending it but like there are plenty of other instances where actually immediately after suffering the consequences of her advocacy against the the death penalty she immediately started siding with the police like she's done a lot of really <hes> regressive things as the attorney general and also some progressive things like fighting against big banks and securing twenty five billion dollars for reelection the hand of Big Business Yeah you think some of that was for the election yeah yeah so so what's shocking to me. Is that like here you have another person who has gone kind of back and forth and is relatively inconsistent in <hes> clint relatively inconsistent and her track record but definitely not a progressive D._A.. Like not someone I would The Anti Weed and and <hes> locking up people for the past like I can't get onboard with anyone anti weed or laughing about people being locked up on. What's your take you Miyagi yeah I mean I smoke a lot but anymore it just it gives me real paranoid? I think you just looked at your weeks. Yeah Hassan just looked at this with that hair. Hassan come on in L._A.. We hit different guys all the time when I was in a Newark Cory Booker's fine but by swag we'd off the guy's records but when I got into the legal we'd Paradise that his Los Angeles. I said no no more because okay you know what it is. Honestly I came out here and apparently they were like dude that I was smoking with would lace it with like <hes> the hell soil. It's like lace this shit into a different dimension. You're not going out tonight. Is something else. You're a pillow well. It's on. Who Do you okay? Who Do you think won the debate? Let let's talk about who who's toes tonight. WHO's at fair assessment? Who Do you think one biggest jumped? What do you think digging fast not not mostly awesome? Who Do you think this is the best? I think cory booker did really well <hes> I just I don't know everyone else was so frigging boring clearly cory booker. I think pretty well like I would add Tulsi Gabbard. Though hey you guys we'll see a bump probably because when she pushed back against Kamala Harris that was a strong point and she was correct on him so that was pretty good. It was like you on twitch like the first debate she was the most Google image candidate just because again she is very hot and it she lives in Hawaii trashy married to Marianne Williamson Malaria listening innings who Jesus Christ. Do we know if good are they. Are they badly attractive to she's just like she posted tall profit of workouts. No she doesn't Bush she doesn't doesn't close cross fit workouts. She's not instagram and our guys will let me ask you this question. WHO's toast WHO's gone so we're GonNa Blasio gone on Jay? They insult Willie. Write it down. Write them down real quick and say God or not gone down. You want you want from the top from the top baby from the top and then we got to wrap it up. It is Michael Bennett Gone Gone Gone. Gillibrand gone might make it to debate three <music> but after that like I'm a I'm a white privilege clorox the Oval Office on Gillibrand gone or not. I don't think I need to look into how much <hes> how much money she's Ray. So far struggle she spent about four million dollars whatsoever. All Democrats do not forgive her. Do not forget because Al Franken stuff like they hate her. Democratic establishment does not is not too fond of her either so <hes> he does have a very strong support from women. Okay hold on that point. You need one hundred thirty. I know she's thirty thousand contributors donators for the next debate on the hill. <hes> when Hillary was running. I was at a fundraiser with one of my clients and Connie Britton coach Taylor's wife Oh yeah big time so hot by the way and it was coach. Tease wife and I'm like Hillary's definitely GONNA win. 'cause coach wife is here. Guess what didn't happen Gillibrand her number one home. He's coached. He's wife Connie Britton. Who I fucking love you Connie Britton Ashville national and it's not gonNA workout? It's not gonNA work out right. You'd think coach through next up Hooghly on Castro get in for the next debate. I think he's Gone Leon's in for the next day. I I think so too yeah everyone's gone. I want to get it down. Here are next up cory booker in in and big Joe Biden obviously of course yeah well Harris debut Nama Harris Kamala Harris again tapped by the DNC raise decent amount of money like you have to remember longevity like Kamala Harris raises a decent amount op people to judges raises decent amount. He's not going anywhere. You know what I mean like better work the only thing keeping him afloat. Is that again like now skateboarding. They don't be gone by September. Yeah interesting picks here Andrew Yang in I think he's in in dark horse in for September Tulsi Gabbard. It was rough getting him into the second one. We'll see if he can he can because he has the most progressive in where is in for my instagram follows on September <unk> out for the debate I th- yeah I mean it's hard for me to even judge it because it's like I'm just confused out for September two yeah. It's like going through puberty. Everytime yeah does have the the Joe rogan machine. I think that she may make another Sodas Injury Ang yeah yeah yeah but the Rogan boys are going to are going to back Chelsea more than they are going to be. No NECKTIE ACTI- young a little bit more excited about Dulcie. Okay next step is Jay INSLEE AL AL come on out and back to the weight room but if I ever Vermont Nice Guy if I ever need advice on construction I'm calling inslee if I needed to like if my toilet breaks a fridge lifted off my dead body cannons the document from some to lift a car on if I ever need fatherly advice my dad's Conan's he just looks like the all American President like you. He looks like a president on T._v.. Could you imagine how far he can throw a football today. You heard it here seventy five yards here first guarantees PROC- problems because next. I think he'd be great. He's like he's the democratic pence like all you gotTa do is put you except he's not an evil weird. Oh the Democrat ways last person the BLASIO kidding. I think it was gone. I think thank you thank God piker. I don't know how he's GonNa stay as mayor as he's still mad. I don't know I think I think he might be a yeah. I think the Bazi Oh might be gone on yeah all right just like so because I mean he's like he was supposed to be like a progressive New York City mayor like I don't even know if there's like I don't I know what is constituency is. Let's put it this way. They're not gonNA name a bridge after him like the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge that that's what we know our guys will thank you so much <hes> Hassan thanks for being on. Is there anything you WanNa say you WANNA. What a plug <hes>? I have a new show coming up on the young Turks actually called agitprop short for agitated propaganda. I'm going to be live on twelve P._M.. A._M. Pacific the first episode is going to be taping <hes> next Tuesday where I'll be debating Jank. I don't know if you guys know who that is J.. J. Young Turks on capitalism versus anti-capitalism or do a two hour debate and the second half of that debate will be post behind paywall one is that when when is this is on on the young Turks is main channel. What is the date you can go watch t y t dot com slash live to see were live coverages or go to T._Y._p.? Dot Com slash agitprop agitprop A._G._I.. T. P. R. O. P.. WHO <hes> check out the new show details can't be smoking weed for two out of the hold on a lot of brain power Hassan? Are you going to be a politic on this year in Nashville. I believe I will be at Pelikan. Yeah I mean they reached out when you take dabs with us. They're looking at what's going on. What's up? Will you break your we'd sobriety with US political. We were there last year. We're going to probably be here. I smoke every now and then don't get me wrong. I spoke with US smuggled. Click on we'll. We'll bring bring this year. Maybe Charlie again. Let's get blazed the Nash Vegas Guys. Thank you so much. We've got a song pike or one of the smartest guys on the Internet. He's <hes> he's a correspondent. The Young Turks <hes>. We really appreciate you haven't really pushy coming on listening follow hardback guys. 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Part 2: News and Good Sports (ACS July 16)

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Join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year by using Promo Code Adam. Call one eight hundred lifelock or lifelock dot com use Promo Code Adam for twenty five percent off. News Gino. Break Game Five. All those crazy trump tweets. Jean craddock troubled. Gina Gina. The news with Gene Grad. Let's do a little. Glenn Maxwell Update. She has pleaded not guilty to charges related to Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking case and her bail has been denied the fifty eight year old. British socialite is accused of grooming underage girls as young as fourteen for sex with Epstein. The hearing in a federal courtroom in. Say Montana in Manhattan was conducted remotely with maximum entering her plea the video. Question Brooklyn. Think. There's a learning curve sort of like. I Dunno, like kids will learn. Hey, man. You can't get drunk and just send shit out on twitter. It's GonNa come back and haunt you one day when you're trying to get a job or but the first the first wave. Which is US essentially? Everyone is digging up old shed with this person, said this, and this person that it's like. Yeah. We were really used to the ramifications. We didn't know you could type something on your phone. When you were drunk. In Two Thousand and eleven, and would like bite you in the ass today when you're trying to get an anchor, job or something, so like I I, suspect that kids. Will grow up with this kind of respect it and understand it. You know like and don't know black face and and. Clan, hoods in the yearbook. You. You know what I mean like. This stuff is gonNA. It's GonNa. Get Ya, I. Wonder You know. Would wealthy and powerful people so like wealthy and powerful people in the eighties in the nineties. We're like hey were wealthy and powerful. We'll just do what we want. We want to go and works. You want to jump on a plane and put a bunch of fifteen hundred plane and go the island and have sex, and then why not? We're in like they were wealthy and powerful, and they figured that would just work in a in an an another era like kind of a Frank Sinatra era where you could just go back, tip that guy or go Greece's palms go get. That guy killed payback. I Bucks I'll go do whatever I want you know like. Uh? I'LL HAVE A. Handle at Jack Daniels cops. Pull me over and I'll ham escort me back to my home in beverly. Hills I. You know what I mean. So, there was a time where it was like. Hey, I'm rich. Do what I want to have sex with WHO I one. I'll doesn't doesn't matter. Now it's all kind of. Coming back to haunt them I wonder if today's rich person. And I think they do have a completely different relationship with that I'll just go do whatever I want. Now. There are examples I can think of one where what was once scandalous. Ends up benefiting your career earned. It goes the other way whereas like home to do the scandalous thing because. My career specifically remember when Rob Lowe is in a sex tape and his career was ruined for a few years. There's wasn't anything it couldn't be cosmetic and then Perez Hilton. Did it and cream Ashley, and and they became they became huge stars off the backs of these sex tapes, so my so that screech Meta sex someone's other Verne. Troyer like all a sudden I was like. Oh! You're sexy. We're even term Anderson's outfield league with Tommy Lee. It was a sensation, but it was incredibly embarrassed. Legal. Not Making come in one way or the other I'm saying it was a scandal and I'm saying that there's a tipping point in which that became a career booster career killer. I'm just saying rich people like good-looking athletes with everyone with a phone with a camera in it. You can't just go fucking bird. How hounding around anymore like you can't just go banging around, you know I mean think about the NBA in the seventies and the eighties. James Worthy. They would pull up into a hotel. A couple escorts sent up to the room. You know what I mean like it. Just that's how they did it. That's you could just kind of do what you wanted with impunity. You had money. There's no doing that anymore. Just like there's no getting pulled over. It's like you know Mel Gibson on. PCH, you can't just take fucking one hundred bucks and give to the cops and escort. You back to your place in Malibu. On Film. Everything's out there. Everyone's outed. It's just she was. She was in that. She comes from this very privileged rich family, and she was in that sweet spot of. Do! Whatever I WANNA do who's going to bust us? You know we were rich. Were privileged. Elite would just do what we want. And thirty and it was a proven theory because he he already got busted in Florida and it was like such a slap on the wrist. Sweetheart deal that. Dip you're telling the water and you realize you are above the law. Yes she is, she's a good example, but now on this day forward no more of that. That's it. Yeah, probably probably over. She has multiple passports she. They were shocked when they found her. I think in new. Hampshire, you know, and nobody knows yet where she had been because you know she'd been. You know going from place to place job. Putting pseudonyms on her cell phones you. You know tossing the cell phone every however long putting tinfoil around her phones, not sure what that does, but Olivia actions in person I was doing I was listening to podcast. Follow up about her. They did a special and to find her at some giant manner in New Hampshire just hours away from New York. She paid cash for it and you know. She thought she could SORTA. Live out the rest of her days just a hop. Skip and a jump away from where she's wanted I. Always. Ailing a while it's always funny when you watch TMZ or one of these places and I don't I. Don't think it was a giant manner, but it was like it was had some acreage over there, but it's funny. It's like she's living in a million dollar home in the hills and I'm like my mom lives in a million dollar pilot shit, north Hollywood with one bathroom like when you're from here. The million dollar home and living in luxury, a million dollar home like I'm like my mom lives in a million dollars house. It should be torn down. I've been hot on the trail on Zillow and Red Fin, and apparently it is a sellers marquette right now, so a lot of research. Million dollar homes try Canoga Park. Maybe you'll get lucky. There is nothing. Talk about shit boxes. But they described it as a beautiful it is. It looks like a beautiful like cottage cabin. I've seen some pictures of it, but doesn't. It doesn't feel palatial. It just feels like a nicely done. Piece I don't know Max Paddock and. Maybe, maybe find that maybe find that for us again. I'm only going off of what I saw TMZ. Because that's where all my heart heart hard news. That's big. Nice, take it! Yeah! Was it four bedroom million dollar luxury four bedroom. A three thousand square foot it's it's nice, but it's not what we pictures. It's not Downton Abbey right right, but girl could be comfortable there. I heard the Fed's new where she was the whole time. That's that's what they alluded to in the press conference that this podcast put up that they've been tailing her for a while and just waiting to make their shoot their shot. So how's this GonNa work? We're GONNA have Dershowitz on reasonable doubt this week by the way, so be interesting to. Talk to him. Out Way back. Dershowitz. Minutes. I there are stories there are I do. Mark knows everybody. That's one of the one of the things. Mark and especially to do with the law so I'm I'm obviously. He got him on the blower. He's going to get him on the show, so something's going on there. Me Hit macari fast and easy way to declutter your home. Oh! I love macari because I. Don't like waste and I don't like putting things in land fails and. 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They have severed ties with nick cannon, who express what they considered antisemitic conspiracies on his podcast called cabins class two weeks ago, so Adam, just celebrities learn. We all learned our lesson not yet two weeks ago nick. Cannon invited Professor Griff to his podcast. He was once a member public enemy. He departed thirty years ago in the wake of making antisemitic remarks for a variety, and I'll explain a little after, but here's the clip from nick show. Talking about black people are the true Hebrews that got that got some people's feathers ruffled. We talked when we go. As deep is the Rothschild centralized banking the bloodlines that control everything even outside of America, right talk about the people who we were truly the children of Israel and we're defining who the Jewish people are because I feel like. If we actually can understand that construct, then we can see that there is no hate involved when we talk about. About relies the deceit. How the fake dollar controls all of this! Then maybe we can get to the reason why they wanted to silence you. They want silent. Miss a fair caught and they WANNA. Throw that we're having hate speech when it's never hate speech, one is not right. You can't be anti Semitic when we are the Semitic people when we are the. People that they want to be. That's our birthright. Hey, Max Patty confined. To Sean Jackson's apology, which is kind of funny about that? Apology. Gene. Added that is no way. It was an apology, you guys. I hope everyone is starting to see the danger in A. We were the people who those people this group over here is trying to hold us down. That group became successful because they held the group. Are they raped the land that those people my people? My ancestry doesn't appreciate those in that. You guys realize how fucking dangerous is for a nation that we're just completely breaking off into fucking tribes in speaking this way I know the politicians like it's good for them. But why are we taken the bait man? It's getting way out of hand, and it does not help. It doesn't help. Schools doesn't help neighborhoods. It doesn't help nations like that an us. And we and them just go with Americans, and let's just get the fuck on with it. You're not here that long, you really not. Everyone hears from somewhere else. Everyone here has some. Some story, some people have some skeletons in the background in terms of their family. Other people were worse off than a lot of the people who claim they were pressed either way here. We are two thousand and twenty. We're living in the freeze country in the world. Go Out. Make Lo hay while the sun shines, stopped trying to apologize for your whiteness. Year non woke NASA, trying to learn to be this or think about that the ultimate freedom and the ultimate utopia as far as race goes, is who the fuck hairs here we go. But we can't do it. We have to just keep talking about. We have to have an honest dialogue about it all right? Awesome the Jews. Look the only reason. People, have historically felt this way about the Jews and which I'm really drilling down on these days is. There's nothing that brings out hatred like envy. The Jews are family oriented. They do it right I. Don't know what they run I. Don't know what they have. I don't know if they run the banks the run that whatever they stay together. They're family oriented and they worked their asses off and they. Excel in a society and I'd say you could say historically. The Jews have been oppressed. His. Throughout the world and to this day throughout the world yet they persevered why well they have they. They're into diet and exercise during a family and education and staying together and working hard and out hustling. Those around them and yet, and so they excel, and then people see them excel, and then they get angry, but they're not really angry. They've been shamed. They get shamed because Jews it. The Jews Excel okay fine instead of getting angry or instead of having A. Envy want you just tear fuck and page out of their playbook and do what they do so that you and I say this to all groups may excel is well, but somehow got to break it down. So you have this decision. Made comments quoted Hitler but it wasn't even real Hitler. It was just. A. Hitler saying the Jews will blackmail America. The Jews are going to blackmail America but. That on instagram. He did it on Instagram, but it wasn't something that Hitler said, but either way here's his. Here's his heartfelt apology. Score! You know. I've been getting a lot of backlash. Feedback from Instagram Post that are put on a instagram story I just want to know first off extended apology on behalf of me and what I stand for because. I'm one is fearing on a never. Put any, raise down or any people down and you know milepost was definitely not intended. For any anybody of any race to fill any subway especially Jewish community, all right positive for a second I I love this like I love all nations, and I didn't mean anything about the Jewish community. It's like all right well, then why you writing the. Post! You don't have to put it out there about the Jewish community. The seem thought out head to look up that quote. Top of mind. This is actually the way worse, but it's a heart heartfelt apology Sarah let it continue. Posted posted on definitely. Didn't mean it. Today is take it and I just wanted to let you. Knock it off China. Very apologetic and I just want you guys understand that it never was intended to be. Put any race down or any religion You know opposed as time and you know I just. Probably should've never posted anything intervene because Hitler was a bad person, I know that and You know he's trying to open if Savory. You know just like people, so we'll be half of myself. I JUST WANNA. Let you guys in the line. Apologize I didn't. Intend, you know any harm any Hampshire towards any people I'm for them for now in ice stated every every day. People that know I have no hatred on my heart I never try to. Put another religion of. Mar Religion on Marae so. About more heart just wants to understand that in this for me and. You know I just hopefully. Everybody respects. pants try to align my by people indulgence. Let everybody know that. It's no hatred involved, so he'll be is understanding, you realize. You know. The quote was that used blackmail America they will extort America. Their plan for world. Domination won't work if the Negroes know who they were. But anyways just uplift his people. He's trying to educate his people. and. He didn't mean it the extent that we took it. No, we took it the wrong way. But if we took gene, find this almost IMPA. Go ahead go ahead. You'RE GONNA. Find this almost impossible to believe Adam, but to Sean Jackson was led into the cal football program right around the same time they lower their mission standards more competitive football players. Again this is this file. A center facts that are too bizarre to be true. I will tell you. It's one of those things that everyone you know. When you go coincidence. God, it was such a coincidence and Aaron goes. But if you were there if you were the Airbnb with me and Chris, Maxwell Pat. When I was doing the Coronado airbnb about six seven years ago, and we're watching college football on a Saturday night, and Max pat is like hey, cows pretty good, and I said yeah, they didn't use to be good because. They they used to just stick to their guns. You had to make it academically, or he couldn't play and I didn't say anything about The Sean Jackson or I didn't marshawn. Lynch or anything I said they started recruiting guys who liked to drop the football before they crossed the goal line, and when they got that caliber of athlete, they started winning and two plays later I. Think about this probably once a week. Just the weirdest the weirdest thing ever two plays later. That's exactly what happens. A cow guy broke off for forty five yards and dropped the ball before he crossed it. One Yard didn't say great athletes. I didn't say black athletes. I didn't say inner city studs. I didn't say anything I just said guys who like to drop the ball before they cross the goal line now. Gina, Football when the white tied end or fullback scores, he's got both hands. Enrolls iron grip literally rolls out of the back of the end zone, and then the wrath has to try to wrestle the ball away. Prevent like that's how the fullback that's how the big white guy scores win. What cow game was that Max Pat? It was September twenty six cal and versus Texas I believe. Wow, a big game and I was. Czar description that almost never happens. It happens on rare occasion, but it happened, but that's what happened. He just dropped the ball. He crossed the thing and dish. Had that happen in high school and in college at least once the pros to? Isn't that like a showboating thing? What's the point? Yeah. It's a Jew hating thing in a show. All Right Maybe we should just leave the Jews out of this whole thing. That's what I'm saying. I asking this because I. am absolutely ignorant to it, which is why I truly don't know the only things I know about Faira Con-. Are you know I'm not anti Semite. I am anti termite all these things that he likes to say. WHAT THE DRAW! Please don't what are the? upsides of following Louis Farrakhan. What what what people like about him? Because I only know, the stuff that that's sounds pretty hate fall. What am I missing because I know people like Oh Minister Mr Frickin Wha, what what angle do I am I missing? I'm not exposed to here's really cool frames. that. It look, it's an US against them. Kind of thing, it really is just no. There's just no good reason to follow that guy or any version of that guy who's basically constantly talking about US versus them or what them or trying to do for us. It's just it's just like he's our guy. And it's it's I. Just think it's a bad look. Just think there's a white version of this. There's a black version of this. There's not really Jewish version of it. Maybe the small pockets of it, but I'm just saying it's just it's somehow. You'RE GONNA. Make us feel better about where we're at. If we listened to you and my kind of thing is is if you WANNA go to a self help seminar by all means, but just hearing a guy. Shout about how bad the it's basically like this. I don't know a ton about Farrakhan, but he said some pretty horrible things. This if you would like to go to a seminar to help you, run your insurance business better then by all means go to that seminar. If you'RE GONNA go to a seminar and the guy's just gonNA explain. How bad other insurance companies are then I don't think you're GONNA get a lot out of that. In terms of your business, it might feel satisfying. That flows a bitch and. That gyco Lizard Stupid gecko stupid gecko screw that, but it's not really helping caveman. Yeah, it doesn't really help you and your business. You know and my kind of thing is. No means you know. Go listen to Tony Roberts and let him help you and your business, but don't sorry Robbins. Robbins Yeah province but Tony Robbins don't Tony. Roberts of Woody Allen Actor Guy Tiny Roberts the James Bunger. No. Woody Allen Actor. The Guy always played his buddy and like Manhattan and Annie Hall or whatever is. Tony Tony Roberts Tony Roberts. You remember this guy from Annie Hall maybe. Yeah Annie! Hall. Yeah he's an everything. Is All right go listen to him. Tony Robbins what I'm saying is is. Farrakhan is just going to sit there and tell you what's wrong with the other groups and try to make you feel better about yourself and what the other groups are trying to do to your group. That's probably not going to help you. You have the cow play ready. Yeah, so this is A. This is the play that when we were in Coronado. WATCHING FOOTBALL! A night game it wound game house verse playing taxes. Cal Cal one shootout in. Yeah, they're up fifty to forty three here we go. I just got done saying this to mix Panta. Athletes dropped the ball before the cross goal-line show that play in were. What's his name? Vic N were. Running back. Bears touchdown. They have a hundred on them later in the fourth time winding down first down round the clock and yet vic unwary. Touchdown. Where did we look at it again? And where drops the ball the one before crossing going? We've seen this too often. Kids just paying run through the back the end zone and then drop it. Ruling on the field there was a fumble, but no immediate recovery so cowed retains the ball runs the clock and win. That was the play funny way to? Get the past. They, Would be. Your key is yeah. The problem is when you run a four three forty. It's hard to put a guy on the bench for long periods of time. These guys are such phenomenal athletes that you can get pissed, but you can't do that much for that long because it starts it. Starts to cost you all right. Do One more, Gina Grant. All right well I do have some breaking very sad news at least as of last night less than two weeks after announcing his bid for the White House Kanye. West has reportedly dropped out of the race. What I know I know everyone shocked, but here's the thing that is somewhat interesting. Publicity stunt all his Schumer, absolutely, of course, why not, but according to the intelligencer honey hired a campaign staff to get him his name listed as a third party candidate in Florida and several other states. States, but Steve Kramer. Who was an election strategist hired by Conde tells the publication. He's out Konya needed almost hundred thirty three thousand signatures by Wednesday to appear on the ballot in Florida. He's already missed the deadline and several other states I mean he did more than just put it on instagram and then go about his day he hired a strategist. He was polling at two percent, according to TMZ yesterday and his entering the election as of yesterday on TMZ was going to affect trump negatively. More than more than Biden so whenever they do that third party thing everyone gets angry because they're like. You're taking votes away from our guy and was the that was the last. That was the last I heard of it on. TMZ Do you. Do you ever I don't know. Do you feel like you want to follow him around for day? Like like what time does the alarm go off in the morning? What is he? Put in? What's in a smoothie? Does he head out. Does he have a schedule? Like? Where's he going I'm not talking about like travel days. I'm not talking about like an average day now. Media Debt is day just Tuesday. Like is he up? Is he out of bed? Is it something weird where he's up at five thirty working out, or is he just sleep until nine? Yes how many actual words are exchanged with Kim Kardashian? Are they ever in the same room? Yeah, when he fires up, his Devi are what's waiting for him on it. What what are we got there to see? Have a train set in his basement. He's super into or puts a conductor hat on like what's for breakfast. You know what I mean like what Shit is he doing for himself? And what Shit isn't he doing for himself? The KID'S Father is he. Yeah, Kids just where's he going? What's he doing? Does he have like some kind of weird concern like who left the hose all unravel? You gotTA use the hose. You gotTa rerunnable the fucking Hoes. That's why I got that pottery got that big. Thing next to the thing because you guys drag it out. You never rewind it. Yes, yes, or no question. Do you think Kanye West can operate his own university? What control? Or does he have someone do a forum that seems beyond his capabilities. I'M GONNA. Say He's not smart I'm just saying. He seems he would be befuddled by by advanced technology. Do you think he well? I would answer it this way. Do you think he spent a lot of time in a studio? Award like sliding things around and fading. Producing, on getting. Back in the day, yes, I don't know about now right? But I'm guessing if you had that kind of dexterity of the potential or sliding this and fading that you probably know you around a universal remote, probably as good or maybe better than me. Who'd no fucking idea? 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Welcome to the Thursday edition of good sports Dave damage. Here Karol over there as I hope you're well. I'm about to hopefully make twenty twenty a little brighter if you haven't yet. You know me and the White Peach. We, we go way back. You know not as far back as I. Do with my beloved Red red skinned apple, honey Chris the envy you know the list goes on and on. But, I had me last week ace. Nothing short of a revelation in or perform and when I bit into this speech, it was yellow on the inside and my heart. Turn gold or I. Don't know why can't continue with the. The color stuff anymore, but anyway. Yellow Chase in twenty twenty is here by. The leader in the pack for the shaky award for fruit of the year twenty twenty right now after the extraordinary yellow peach. Have you sampled one this calendar year? Have had a nectarine recently which I enjoy mentally. I did something the other day that I will recommend to everybody. and. This is quite delectable. As you know the Reindeer Cherries. It's been a bumper crop year. They're coming back bigger and plumper than every biting into the most snapping so much meat. You know when I grew up. Cherries were Kinda smallish about the size of a penny around, and there wasn't much meat on them. They've now got those things jacked up man. It's like whatever pro wrestling was in the fifties and the sixties as opposed to John and everyone all create teamed up. That's what these things are like. I sat down. Yesterday. And I sat in my office after after work and I Made Myself A. A bowl of cottage cheese and As I think about it, I think I like the small curd better, but either way I got myself a bowl of cottage cheese, and then I got a bowl of these Rainier Cherries and I would take a cherry put in my mouth, bite and spit out the seed, and while the Cherry was in my mouth I take a scoop of cottage cheese, and I just combine them in my mouth. It was delectable, and for those you who are thinking about your Kito. Friendly Diet and you can't eat that. Pineapple and bananas and such for Some Reason Cherries are good Kito. Yeah did not well. That's an interesting note because I i. like them. Don't get me wrong. They're fine and I believe in the freedom of eats and everything. That sounds disgusting to me, but you crap how? Cottage cheese by itself was. Grow Anything in by definition is grow. How did look for for the same people who are who are prey or listening? How did she's in? Fruit is a great combo cutting up a banana. nectarines and a bowl of cottage cheese is fucking awesome. GimMe the yogurt. Put It in the Greek yogurt. If you please drop your fruit in there, it will sink to the bottom Jimmy once told you. and. Listen I we're I'm telling you. I'm the first one to tell you I love my apples. You know that they're always at the head of the pack, but after a downturn I called out two years ago. You'll remember right around this point two years ago. I called out the white peach the reigning. Fruit of the year because it decided the rest on its laurels, it got back. Decided I don't have to work hard anymore. I've already reached the peak of the roof mountain and I said listen shame the devil, but you must be turned into an example for all fruits out there. And so I announced before even Labor, day of two thousand, eighteen white peach, out of the running for fruit of the year, and I don't mind telling you. Is it a surprise at the White Peach? And all the fruit has raised its game ever since then I. Don't know I'll leave that to you to break down, but I'm here to tell you. Twenty twenty fruit in general has been divine, and it goes as far as I mean if you had some honeydew lately. Strength a minute, oh, by the way honeydew and or cantaloupe cut it in half gut, it and clean it too big scoops of cottage cheese in the whole look. With you. And that's not since Lindsey. Graham seemed like he was in the pockets of some hidden force making him. What is it with you in the Ranier? Cherry, what! What? What? What is Rainier? Cherry? Have on you that you that you're that. You're so blinded to the delight of of ninety percent of the delicious fruits out there I'm going to be up front because I've fiduciary duty to our listeners I have been flown out to the Washington area privately on A. Jet That was not owned by the reindeer company per se, but may have been least. I've been paid a small amount of money to have symposium there and meet with other folks I. Obviously then returned to hand out samples to some of the folks I I work with. This is not I contacted them they did they did not while they reached out to my agent. Yes, there was I can. Obviously I've sent I've sent. signed a nondisclosure so I cannot talk specifically about it. There's things stinks. Yeah, I've been a big rain here I. don't like it. Oh God they're so fucking good so God damn good this year, but be careful, because the pits are like gravel. They're like aggregate in I. Don't cement and concrete because fancy man call me a fancy man i. don't care for any the ones that got the little pits in them I any fruit like that. I don't dig and then you mentioned the. The nectarine, and it makes me worry about your self esteem. It's the it's not as bad, but it's sort of like people who eat pancakes and a world that offers waffles like why. Why do you have low self esteem? Why don't you want the same basic recipe? But one that serves that gives you the nice Sierra cupholder. Why? Why do you WANNA pancake same? Why do you want a shaved peach? Eat the peach whether that down take the allman brothers told you a couple of things one is. Just in terms of butter spreading, you gotta go with the pancakes you can spread the butter on the pancakes is great as the little pockets are for the syrup. It's also bad as it is for the spreading of the butter, so the butter spreading is is good on the pancakes, the skin on a nectarine I much prefer to the skin of a peach peach gets a little furry. It's A. A little thicker, and it's a little tougher. The nectarine is the winner in the skin department. The innards are sort of a coin. Toss to me, but I give the nod on the nectarine because of the skin. How say you very well I mean what I say is people will once in a while some wise acres hit me up and say who were you decide what the best fruit is! To decide this and that and I say well listen the my conversations with someone like Adam Corolla. I mean yeah. Everybody's entitled to their opinion, but a lot of people's opinions are foolish. That's why Dave Damasec is the gold standard for ranking things like fruit. That's I. Don't understand where you come from Corolla, I don't know where you're coming from right now. I, it's cheese. Indeed I will say I will say this. I love God cheese also I. Don't know if you guys have ever seen there used to be like. Best Foods or helmets or whatever the mayonnaise and tell me if you've ever heard of this. HOW BIZARRE THIS SOUNDS! There was a best foods like billboard in the eighties, and had a big heaping glass bowl of fruit salad with a huge Dalla matinees. Like what? Who would. Whip, cream fine of ice cream, fine mayonnaise. What is this? How well by the way mayonnaise doesn't go well on any food, so that's that's my general rule. Like an appeal, T- it's fine. If you're GONNA go ahead. We're looking at whole. Are we looking at? On. On a fruit salad. What what the Hell? Why would mayonnaise, but it's it specifically. It's pieces of oranges. Why would an orange be enhanced by? Mahanadi, how `bout? What they've done to your apple I. Mean I don't even WanNa talk about? I used to drive around like in the eighties pictures like from the sixties or something, but they had these billboards up in the eighties. I'd be driving by my pickup truck. I barely have a high school. Education I look. This is what what is this? Who who signed off? On this all right, let me hit. thing Ben Online Dot AG sports are coming back on fruit of the year I. Think I don't know. Our exclusive partner Bet Online Dot AG NASCAR Formula One. The premier soccer league in full swing need more bet. Online has simulated NFL men games NBA Two K., the UFC daily plus future odds on everything you can imagine season win totals division odds on every league championship and you can visit. Bet Online dot. AG Use your mobile device and join with Promo. Code podcast one for your welcome bonus. Visit Online Dot AG exclusive partner podcast one. Don't forget. Use the Promo Code podcast one for your sign up bonus today. Bet Online your. Sports Book experts. Mayonnaise is bad, but I wanNA. Give you one last tip erase. Something I discovered a few weeks back. Put some cinnamon sugar on your pancakes with the butter. 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#961 Was That A Shotgun?

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#961 Was That A Shotgun?

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It is something to write us a pan goofball, speak bucket of pens right there. No, Adam where the show was about to start as I said, do you have something I could scratch on somebody to write on the back of or something and that to take up your your expensive bunch. You got some and you proceeded to give it to me. All right. Well, you shall receive bringing your on steno pad about that. All right. Let's see I'll give you a piece of paper. Scratch. Okay. All right. This show is brought to you by fine. Sponsors, color dot com slash true. Is where you go. Theraworx relief dot com, truecar dot com. And you can download TV oh your favorite devices scoring Ondraskova. God. I just I heard you had a crazy story walking the dog one night. Right. I did from last week. I I didn't hear. But everyone's like, oh, you got to hear the story. The story. I might tell me it's not you. It's not dad out. Well, it's out of the ordinary, but it's not that harrowing of sheriff's car pulled up about eight thirty at night. I jumped out took a shotgun pump. It basically pointed at me and kinda stopped me my track, you know. I couldn't make much. I couldn't make anything of it was up by my neighborhood is up by CARA. This house. Yeah. It's dark and quiet. And it's very. In quiet. Oh with you. Yeah. I was walking as walking fell, and it was pretty dark, and and there wasn't anything going on. It's a very quiet dark kind of neighborhood. And this guy just came flying up slammed his brakes on about twenty feet away. From me by eighteen feet jumped shut his headlights. He was facing the wrong direction. In traffic, go in the wrong direction on the streets sort of pulled up to the curb going the wrong way jumped out grabbed a shotgun. Pump the shotgun pointed toward me. He didn't hold it up. Like, he was gonna shoot me. Just had it. Yeah. Lift he lifted it up pump it then brought it down again. Yeah. So it was sort of acclimated toward me. I was standing there wearing like a black bean black parka and in. Had my dog, and it looked like a robber sexually and a little bit. And I had my flashlight. So I mean just pointed flashlight down I didn't want him just to see glare flashlight with some sort of silhouette behind it. And then he started at me with a shotgun and middle. There wasn't anything going on as standing on a corner. And I really have any context for it. So I just racist. I stood there facing the flashlight down on the ground sort of just motionless. I should've kept my hands out sort of wide into certain my hands out wide. Just the ask you anything. Now. It went right. He went right past me. He'll get out of here. Because what he was looking for was behind me. But I didn't know there's anything behind behind you. There had been a like a robbery or something called into a big house on the side. As a matter of fact. Gary or to Portland punisher on my phone. I took some pictures of like sort of the corner the area today and max, Pat, Ohka fine. It we can throw it up. And just you can kind of see where I was. But it was this sort of standing in a sidestreet with a big fake and lot on the corner. And I didn't know what was going on. But my plan was let's not give this guy any reason to shoot me. Right. That's my thing. And he didn't jump out grab his gun. He jumped out with a shotgun. And then he pumped it right in front of me, which I like, I don't know a lot about gun decorum. But I dunno get past me. Then pump it weird, right? I was had the head an earbud in. I was talking to Matt the Andrea. And he said, I just heard a guy pump shotgun. It was close enough. So it was quite enough that he has bearing on somebody. Did you see somebody behind your Z just making noise in the vicinity to scare anybody? That might be. He's not making noise. He's pumping shotgun. No, yours there. What I'm saying? It was did he have some insights somebody. He he he thought there was something going on in the house behind me. He got out of the car. He pumped the shotgun. Any pause for a minute. Like sort of facing me the shotgun. Standing on the corner. And then he just started at me. But the shotgun to go past me. See basically when he went past me, then he got to the house, and when he got to the house, he got very tactical. Yeah. Yeah. How side like the flashlight and the shotgun and whole the whole nine yards. So I just happened to be the worst possible place at the worst time because I was standing in between him and his shotgun and the house you've got called that now. Now, I don't know if he had any thoughts about me other than I was in his way, your nervous system works, and you don't have a pulse. So you imagine just what okay and walked off for complexity completed your walk. It was kind of funny because I was talking to Matt the Andrea. And he said was that a shotgun that just got pump? So he was probably upset. I don't I mean, you guys have to picture it. I just had one ear bud in like one of those air pod, airbud, whatever's this guy, he wasn't standing directly in front of me. But definitely close enough where the person I was having a conversation with went. I know what that sound is that just means he just pumped it right right in front of me. This is a big vacant lot corner. And if you go back to the first picture sorry. I was just put it up house rubble. Sorry. So guys what you have to pictures. I was just standing on the corner the vacant lot. This guy came flying up the street and pulled into the curve right in front of me facing me and the house is behind me. Just out of curiosity is the one straight back over to the right? What's that that he was going after straight back with that big trees? It was going off to the right. There's another one down sort of low. They're on the right drew that me describe this right for people who are listening on the phone are on the on their computers. I've standing on the corner he drove directly at me down that long street. Okay, style right in front of me got it. And the house is behind me. So that's where he stopped jumped out I've staining thought was going full onion fields, and he ran past me. But it was a guy by heart going a little bit. Really? Well, I didn't plots or anything, and I didn't say anything. The funny thing is oh, we got to remind to eighty or polls. The funny thing is you can talk to Matt the Andrea, and he can tell you that nothing changed in my voice. So that's probably how you know. But I didn't have any thoughts other than this guy. Was coming for me. Because there was nothing else. Around me. No noise is. Nope. Plot. Nothing the normal person would soil their drawers and the post would be hundred eighty but but you went from sixty seventy five that's right. That's good. It was funny, man. It's like pump. I said, yeah. Got just pumped a shotgun guy. Share? No. Then a bunch of sheriff's pulled up and then helicopter going around to do. They Finally I think it was a false alarm, and we tried to look into it. Anyway, fill was very stoic. Feel kinda like you that way. Yeah. Doesn't care. Fill is kind of weird that way in that. When he sees other dogs like behind a fence or going berserk on him with the teeth and the grounds of he just looks at and then runs that him at a certain point. Really? He really doesn't have any. I don't know what dogs are this way. But. My dog will stand on one side of a fence. The other dog will come running across a longer growling barking like going insane. Phil just stands there. Yeah. He's just wags his tail and he just looks at him go out of the way, they're going to him. He doesn't bark and he doesn't go at them. And he doesn't back up and doesn't do anything just kind of watches them. He doesn't seem to have any reaction to them kind of weird non doglike thing. And then some point he'll wanna go in like say hi to them, even if they're growling and snarling and everything else. All right. You got some biz. Yes, I do have very excited to welcome color dot com. This is something. I you got tested. Didn't you have you tested? Yeah. It is a genetic testing. It's just a spit toast. Just like you do any of these, you know, ancestry type operations. But this I'm telling you, I think everyone in the country should be tested by this. I feel very strongly about this. And it is quite affordable years ago five years ago. This would have been ten. Thousand dollars five thousand dollars Donnelly, they test you for the most common risk factors for certain cancers and heart conditions that could run your family. 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In the sort of crypto digital world. I'm not sure what success is anymore. Well, I think belated stroke gonna have to define it because little bit differently. I think it's a really interesting question because it used to be pretty definable. Yeah. Like how big is your house and do you have a Cadillac and we'll go to Hawaii. And as you're saying so much everyone is so much that so good. Yes. Right. So why it was already in success sort of starting up? Yes. Caller, Mike can't hear you. Can you hear us? Mike. Hi, we're gonna try serve them. We don't need bike. Yeah. We we're having a conversation. Other thing is Mike. Yeah. Hi. Yeah. Okay. So who's going to have the most success? Yeah. Yeah. You know, you guys brought a lot of people in gone. It's fun to listen to you interact with the max about it and give them the business. But you know, which which one do you see the most potentially? Well, that's a different. Yeah. Potentials is another interesting question to right because so Adam was saying that we have to sort of define what success is now, and Gary what success for you. Seriously. Can you answer that? Being able to provide for my family, and especially as it grows, which is not something. I'd be able to fakes pretty vague. Do you mean have a house or house of a certain size or house be able to provide if you'd be able to afford education things that my kids that'll be success? Well, couple of hold on just problems with the house. Yeah, we're living in a bizarre land sa- million dollars. Moderate modest home. So it's like a weird part of the equation for so cow. Sorry guide at I wouldn't mind six figures and time travel. Oh, okay. So a lot of millennials will say experiences have lots of experiences. I'm successful. It's not about I've never heard a millennial talk about sort of financial freedom. Well, whatever time to travel. Part to do with that time show. But it's not as though I'll have enough funds to fund the travel indefinitely. Let's let's let's really just see we can break. This town. Why is it folks in days of your wanted six s financial success? They wanted financial success for. Many reasons. First safety, quiet. Thank you. But quiet. I societal status Johnson. He's very successful. Man. You should listen to him young son that boy that man knows. He must be doing something, right? Oh, the respect the Reverend. All right. That's out that part's kinda gone. Don't get me wrong. We dig celebrity, but that part where you listen to him because that guy has taken care of business or done it, right or started a business. He must know or look up to him looking up to him. We're living in a time. When we're we're busy tearing down statues and yelling at astronaut for quoting Winston Churchill. We're not. We're not looking in the past where we don't have a lot of reverence. It's all sort of disdained. Forget reverence. It's kind of disdained. Well, I don't think that. Look, I have a whole building. On the other side of the thing that was filled formerly the much early twenty something year old guys. They don't sit up when I walk in and room. They don't stop eating lunch. They don't look up. They don't there is. No, none of that. The boss is here. Kind of thing. There used to be a sort of element of the boss would pull up and you'd go shift the bosses here. I'm going to clean up my desk or put down my shoulder, whatever whatever you would do for hospital mystery. So when he first came to mystery who he was the absolute standard administrators was when a doctor came with him giving give him your seat like doctor, please sit down is. Yeah. All right. So the status part is gone and the status part has been replaced with a wise in he paying fair share to some degree. So status is kind of neither here nor there. I'm not gonna say, it's a bad thing. But it could be burdensome. It could scary actually, we certainly don't worship at the altar of it. And they'll give me wrong. It's always great to be a sport. So always great to be a rock and roll star. But I'm just saying in terms of I've started this. Business. And I built it up to ten franchise that that's okay. So that's something proced- has something still somewhere. Yeah. Yeah. There's still something to pulling up an nicer car than a crappier car. But. The and the part where we look up to you. And the part where we, you know, the part where you say to your kid, you work hard and one day, you're going to end up like, doc, Dr Pinski gone that part's. Okay. So that part's gone, then there is the material stuff. There's literally the clothing are you able to wear a tailored suit, a finely tailored Italian suit imported silks and they're Carmen other shoes leather shoes with a buckle on and all that kind of stuff and everyone's just sort of shop at old navy and wearing cargo shorts and flip flops inexpensive. Disposable. And what are you wearing? That's any different than anybody else in this building, right or out of this building. What am I wearing this any different than anybody else's in and out of this building either? Right. So there you go that part's gone now you then go to the mode of transportation could be. Cars could been a buggy with horses that was a Dohrn with in. You know, Lancer the fringe on top. Yes, sir. The fringe on top. And like how much of that? Well, that's going away fast. Well, not only going away. But there were things like that. Got a leather interior. It's real leather interior. Nobody cares about a leather interior. Nobody cares about air conditioning. Nobody cares about anything. And you know, Lee Leonardo dry Leonardo DiCaprio drives a Prius. And so does Chris max patta. Right. And by the way, you're you're more prestige from, you know, hydrogen peel car than Lamborghini. So you'd probably land sings how we all land somewhere between Chris max, Pat and Leonardo to Capri. I'm not gonna say which one's the successful one. But we're all lands somewhere in between those two and they both drive a Prius. What's the different? That's gone. Okay. Now, you get into stuff like technology, and by the way soon Jay hopping, a driverless car, you're going to have a car or drone or something. So so you think about technology now, it's like, well Elvis and Bob crane had had a VCR Dak in nineteen seventy six paint them Betamax. Well, the notion of you holding up something the size of a large wallet and going, you know at this is citizen. Kane we can just pop it in and you can watch it at home was a novelty. Oh, this whenever you one. I will tell you something on the TV show that deuce about the sort of Genesis the porn industry and forty second street a catastrophe New York was in the seventies. And they come up with the the beta the video tape recorder. And the guy comes into goes watch this. He puts it in the machine starts playing a point. He goes people Mabel have this of their house. They'll pay a fucking. Fortune for this. Yeah. Pay a fortune one hundred eighty dollars a film. They'll pay anything. Right. He go to watch a porn the privacy your own house. Hell, yeah. They'll pay for that hang about that. Yeah. All right. So there was a technology thing. And they're still is if you'd like a two hundred inch plasma TV in your home. But if you can get a sixty incher for four hundred ninety nine bucks, and you've got phone, and and what's the difference between? All this. Keep it to max PANA that'll be easier. Yeah. What's the difference between his iphone and Seth Macfarlane's iphone, Richard Branson's, iphone all have an iphone, and though it has anything more. Don't anything more than that? Right. You've got the full Monty with that. There was a time. When obviously if you had a phone in your car that was a big deal very expensive. What have you? So we all right technology. And again, there's things you can their certain things, you know. But for the most part, you got your iphone? You got your sixty inch TV you've got your bluetooth. You got is many songs as you wanna listen to you got the internet, and you got Netflix, and you're pretty much same thing. What was what is set McFarland, go home and watch? And what do you go home and watch? And what's the difference? He watches it. I max and the ground underneath a house to be fair to be all right? And where did Chris Maxwell paddock at that Prius truecar? That's right. That's right. He did. And everyone has stories about their car. How can you put a price on this story while you can with the truecar because you find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar enter your plate number and all the details and will pop up you enter it in your car history. Pop up then answer if you quick questions and once you're finish. You get a true cash offer sent minutes, which can take your local certified dealer, and you can cash it out or you can trade it in. So now, they're covering every single aspect of getting a new or used car. So when you're ready divine new or you're ready to buy us a better way to buy a better way to sell a better way to trade in your car? You check out truecar true cash offer not available in all areas. Okay. So there's a technological part. There's. Transportation part. There's whatever I believe the biggest chasm that remains still the dwelling. It's still your domicile. But I don't know people are waiting to have kids. So you don't need the are needed per se. People are eating out a lot more often growing out a lot more often. It's more about the experiences, and you know, Uber to the taste of Encino and. Travel around for day and eat trial, the different food things that were formerly kind of exotic and out of reach. Oh, when you go out to dinner to a restaurant a steakhouse? God it was a major major ordeal. It was I could I can remember the times we did it. It was carved out for literally grant is like ninth grade. Graduation high school graduation. It wasn't even birthday. Oh, no material. No, no. No. No. It was very. Yeah. Feel few and far between big events. Now. Eating out is become fairly regular for most APL Thursday. Right every day. So now, what is success and then who needs it? And why and? You know, they say necessities. The mother of invention the Cecil con-. Yeah. So then how much success, you know? What are you gonna have without necessity? What's what's what I'm looking for prestige personal power? What's that word when somebody get up in front of people, and they look people are drafted to them confidence Trumpism. No, no, come on. You guys were like that. Oh, gosh. But I think that has Kerr's, but is no prestige. Why can't we? Charisma charisma, I think Christmas has a capital right now. I think this capital in charisma, and I think that's a problem because because you can't really earn charisma. You know, what I mean, people can train and earn and work their way up and systems. Doesn't mean they're Chris Matic. Thinking about that lately. Well, this kind of it. It's very very, no. I think you are your yes. Yes. You are on to something. Because it's it's it's funny. And it's also funny. What shapes it takes and how it takes because it's like you'll go like that Betto Rourke guy. That guy's got it going on. Then you what's his history? I don't know. I like him though. Right where what's this policy? I can't tell you. That's a good, dude. Exa- I like or marshmallow. I'm going to vote for that guy. And it's like based on he seems real comfortable like, it's very primitive. Right. So I think that's the nurse. It is. These are not his thing. It's ours. Because we just respond like, hey, man, that guy looks like I could follow that person. Really? Why? Right. Why is he the leader? That's a scary thing the app, it's bothering me. And it bothers me both that we do that. And it's bothering me that you can't then that office gates anybody's ability to sort of move up in a leadership role through hard work and training because if they just aren't occurs Matic person that sorta something you're born with right? I ordered of maybe I guess I don't I hear what you're saying. And I think we're cross pollinating a little bit because he's not a fully obvious phenomena yet. I it's something is sort of happening right now. And it's happening in the setting of everything else drifting away. There's also that difference between the digital life in the material lives and these guys who were speaking of. Are in a more digital world. And as a matter of fact, the tangible world comes in the world of food and beverage, which you'll never really fully be digitize all the entertainment all the experience that oh and sorry and travel used to be exotic as well not. It's no longer Johnny go online, find some cheap tickets in yard finding Airbnb and whatever so seeing as how all that stuff can be covered on a civilian salary. What do we kinda left with? Well for me. I loved cars and cars are expensive. So I was forced to go out and try to make make some good money to get these cars yet that and I was blessed with a trauma traumatize dad who was traumatized by the depression railed on me about how you know, you gotta have very quiet in the backyard. It's so anxious about stuff for no good reason to be sure. But hey, here's a good reason. 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But it it feels embarrassing to me. But I've when I see a guy walking through the airport, and he's got two dogs. I just think oh God. Oh my God. How do you do that? With looking at you. Everyone's looking at you, and they know a fucking soft and weak and cheap and everything they don't want their son to turn out to be that is you fifty one year old now there. Thinking smart, dude, you're working the system properly. Now never think that I would always be fucking. But I'm fearful that other people would think like that you understand I want my son to be able to work the system like that. I am I see someone with their dog inside a restaurant or something. And I go oh my God. How embarrassing for you? But they don't think that way and the people that are outrage feel threatened or whatever it is. I feel like how undying amick how by the way. How especially when it's men in everyone can do thing where it's like everyone's the same. Now. I don't feel that way when I have man explained that he feared for safety or whatever over nothing. I feel portable for him. I don't know embarrassed for him. I I'm working on something for you. Drew? Oh, yeah. Well, see max panic and get going on it. What I I was telling you on the phone the other day. It's I wanna start a new thing. Gary can look for some of this. It's I want to call it the boy next door. It's the adult male that just sits there and not like the biggest fucking OC in the world when the chick commentator goes. You know, when they first started talking about Kavanagh's yearbook, I thought so what whatever happened high school having a high school, and then I saw it and I was horrified. And then there's a fifty one year old to sitting next year is just not he's doing that thing where it's like. Yeah. You gotta be careful. Those yearbooks thirty six years old. And I think what a colossal pussy what an insane fucking pussy. And who is he sold his fucking Posey soul. Like who is that guys nodding? Could you ever be that guy who's sitting there nodding like just be like hold on? You're horrified by his yearbook from nineteen eighty to. What what are you talking about? Like, I wouldn't be sitting there going. Oh, yeah. This is a lot more serious than I thought he may have had a picture if he may have had a peachy fuller and drawn cock on this is a pinkish. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. I I wanna do the boy next door fullback, Pat. It's going to be you know, when Don lemon is screaming to the old white guy know, the promise in this country, white man, white, man. Why? That's exactly right. Who is that guy? I don't care about the commentator. I care about the fuck and push who sitting next to them Notting feverishly. Yeah. Oh, that's right. Yeah. That's me. I should go. Find a mere my dad's still alive. So I go killing older than me, always really responsible. He's a seventy seven I get rid of the very white male. So they paid a price closest to it. 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Medical Myopia (ep 217)

"I'm rick. This is media indigenous this summer twenty twenty addition. On this episodes collected connected conversations a checkup on the state of indigenous health, a thorough examination of how the Canadian health system can all too often operate against indigenous wellbeing. A scholar Mary, Jane McCallum Explains Systemic Racism has course through the veins of so-called healthcare from its very inception, a professor of history at University of Winnipeg McCallum spoke with me in August twenty seventeen about her piece, starvation, experimentation, segregation, and trauma words for reading indigenous health, history. So, let's get into the first of those four tischler terms starvation. A what ways have we come to as you say, read indigenous health history through this particular Lens, so to say the word starvation implies that there was a deliberate policy on the part of the Federal Government to starve people to facilitate their death, and this is a real change in the way that we kind of depict the history of colonization in Canada and our federal government. This suggests that in fact indigenous people didn't you know didn't just go off and die, and that was kind of natural process of civilization or evolution. Now you not in your discussion of starvation that the writing of indigenous health. Health history tends to focus on the nineteenth century yet indigenous history and federal policy are dynamic and ongoing, and we cannot understand the present systems and inequities in health without closely and critically examining modern twentieth century Canadian medical history, so what accounts for this dearth of history with more recent focus That's a good point. I do think that historians tend to you know especially in western Canada. They love that era of the eighteen seventy two. You know maybe just after the first World War because it does signal such a huge change on the prairies and on the West, if the loss of the Bison you have the coming of a massive settlement dividing up of land. But then, and this is common in indigenous history. Indigenous people kind of drop off the the story after those treaties are made, and it's. It's just assumed that. The trades over indigenous people kind of go into a period of decline, and that nothing really happens in their history after that and I think that we need to actually look at what's happening the twentieth century to understand the legacies that we face today turning to the second of these four terms experimentation for me that that conjures up this idea of indigenous bodies, being treated as laboratories for somebody else's purposes. How close does I get to what you mean by the term? I was using the term with specific reference to Ian, most piece argument. What's the name of his piece for those who were like frantically looking it up because they wanna read it to her? I found it administering colonial science, which appeared as a journal Article how research was conducted in residential schools and reserves in the postwar era. Used by health sciences in the nineteen forties as ready made laboratories complete with. Experimental subjects for scientific studies of malnutrition. Can you pick it up there? What exactly experiments were? Yes, so he found some journal articles published in medical journals and winning to look at these experiments were undertaken in the postwar era. Basically the people who did the experiment. We're hoping that by introducing certain vitamins and minerals and foods that they would be able to show that you know. Know, a health of people had improved, they would become more I guess productive working. You know citizens that could contribute to the state, and basically that this Indian problem that was going on on would be solved, so they had a control group that the Fed food and the other group that they've fed inadequate food or less food. Exactly it. There's sort of an odd. Wouldn't call a benevolent I mean they supposedly ostensibly wanted to make their lives better, so there's some recognition that these people might be human, and yet they trade part of them like again petri dishes with legs. Yeah, absolutely and in the end I mean one of the big arguments that he makes others make. Is that wild. These projects were being done. You know without largely without the consent of indigenous people. Their kids are their parents rate. The. Results did not turn into any kind of long range, helpful change for indigenous people. Rather they you know if anything they basically helped the careers of than you know settler doctors who are researchers who are undertaking them, and and that's one of the key criticism, still of of people who talk about indigenous health research ethics that research should be serving and helping and. Be in the best interest of indigenous people and invited basically now you go onto connect how state experimentation with Indian health informed state practice of the next concept of your article segregation, specifically the racial segregation of access to health services, and how services are administered in what ways has recent scholarship helped us better understand these histories of isolation and segregation and Canadian healthcare, and how they've come to be I think taken for granted, and and normalized today absolutely I, really like this new book by Maureen Locks called separate beds, and it's a history of the segregation of first nations. People primarily Balsam made into it in quote, unquote Indian hospitals. So, in that book. She talks about the rise of an us. Separate healthcare system for indigenous people. We call that now first nations and Inuit Health branch used to be called medical services before that was called Indian health services, and basically in looking at that history, she helps us to kind of use that word segregation, a word that we are really used to applying to the southern United States, but not so used to applying in you know in Canada. Would it be tendentious or skirl listed to say? Health apartheid. Yeah, I mean indigenous people did not have a choice right if you live on reserve and you WANNA. Access a municipal hospital. You had to have the permission of your agent to go and you know there was a pretty good chance. I don't know how good chest, but there was a chance that people turn away because you did not belong there, so when a when the province sees somebody who's resident on reserve and admits them. What is their status? No Pun intended good question and I still think there's like all kinds of great histories that can come from a mixed communities about this. Like selkirk Manitoba like I've been told for example that women having babies first nations, women, meaty women were in a separate ward from white women. Perhaps if they were first nations, they would be covered by Indian Health Service as recently as win as recently as a friend of mine's mom, who would have been probably born in the nineteen forties or fifties, so she would have delivered probably in the seventies. This is one of the points that Maureen Springs in her book. How differently we see universal healthcare as being for everyone, no matter what that Canadians Prize this institution as basically being able to use it as anybody in Canada whereas Indian health services is very very tightly regulated. I mean this idea that only people who cannot afford healthcare should go to Indian health services. That's been around for a long long time, so she kind of traces that and And the ideas, basically you know. We looked to a time. When the jurisdiction over health will disappear, provinces will take over and first nations. People will integrate into the mainstream while I was going to say there is one way to get more coverage, and that's to leave the reserve exactly yeah, and what happens as more and more people do that. That kind of fulfils this idea that there is no more connection between first nations people in the land. No more need for territory, this idea of relocation and removal and the closure reserves. It's pretty insidious. Process it is, and it's so frustrating because people don't think of reserves as possibly in the future growing right, we don't think about sustaining first nations so that they can prosper and develop final section trauma I think is to me anyway, potentially the most explosive, because it skewers some sacred cows, or should I say bison when it comes to how we conceptualize trauma, and accordingly how we remedy. Remedy or heal from it, and on whose terms you highlight to new works here one by Diane million, the other by Chris Maxwell so let's start with millions book. Therapeutic nations healing in an age of indigenous human rights. What does her work contribute here? Well, she she provides us with the history of the term historical trauma. She routes it or she finds a route to where this kind of came from. Eight late eighties or nineties. Discussions primarily about residential school experiences, and it's applied generally to studies of mental health. And she said basically the ideas came out of a real effort on the part of communities to get together to talk about the past, and as a nation, or as a as a sovereign entity to think about the future, and she traces how we kind of lose that interest in nations, talking about history to improve their ability to move forward as self, self-governing nations, and we kind of get stuck on talking about people who are ill people who need healing people who are traumatized. So the other scholar sight, here's anthropologist Christie Maxwell author of the article historic sizing historical trauma theory, in which she argues that quote, singular static understandings of the past espoused by some trauma work can actually perpetuate colonial discourses that stigmatize all indigenous parents and families as innately pathological. Can you elaborate on that? Yes, so. Chris Maxwell has had kind of problem with the literature out there on intergenerational trauma, so this idea that trauma is passed through generations. Biologically I guess it's inherited. And in fact, the research shows that it's actually very difficult to prove that this happens, but people continue to I guess assume that it does, and she says this is very problematic, because not only does it sort of make people a doesn't give them a kind of desire for or a need for feel that they can make change right, but also it gives all of the kind of professionals, this kind of authority to kind of intervene in it kind of Lia pathologist indigenous people right? There's nothing they can do their traumatized. Now you conclude. Conclude your pieces follows quote. If they are identified as indigenous, they are regularly branded as high risk and subject to a set of ill health data and treatment responses generalized to indigenous people in Canada expand on that a little bit I think the word risk is totally wrongly used. You don't think about a person who goes to an ER whose first nations at as being inherently unsafe right in an er, but you know as we know from the case of Brian. Sinclair awaited there for thirty four hours, and he died as a result. That's a risk being first. First nations person in a you know in the health science. Center ER is a is a risky situation I think that the sinclair case he was kind of profiled as a particular kind of visitor to an er, and not as a patient he wasn't conceived of as somebody who needed and deserved care, and he had passed out. I, think from from his condition, and so I think some people raise the question of whether or not the racist assumption was made that he was drunk and passed out. Yeah, absolutely so you right as the broad public response to Moses article. Article shows that was about the experiments done on kids and residential school many remain shocked and dismayed when confronted with the central role of colonialism and racism in Canada's past and present on the one hand, one can hope that this shock will be productive and educational on the other hand. This shock response is irritating and retrograde. What specifically irritates you about it? Yeah, there was something about that reception. That really irked me at the time. Like why? Why are people so shocked? The response seemed very inauthentic or disingenuous or something because we are now in the wake of. The largest social movement in. Recent or some argue like all of Canadian history. The I don't know more movement. If that did not bring to people's attention the. Of Land Loss and its impacts on people and communities is economic and social and political impacts. The history of residential schools has just been released. If we're reading that stuff and really glutting that set into our historical consciousness. A piece on an couple of experiments that happened in residential schools in the forties. Fits that. It's not like whoa really. How could they have possibly done that? That's you know that's our healthcare system. That's health research like you know we should. We should be able to think of more interesting responses to it than than simply you know. This is a dark chapter of our past. This is not a chapter this stage, right? This is the way things operate. We have to stop thinking of this as a page or something you know like. An really really bring indigenous people into our historical consciousness secret. How does that legacy laid out by McCallum live on look? No further than April twenty sixteen when I spoke with Doctor James. macos a cre-. Doctor based in Alberta at the time doctors serving first nations west of James Bay in -Tario reported an ongoing medical crisis, due in part to crowded living conditions and poor access to medical services here Makokha shares his thoughts about what was going on in Kosovo. On first nation, where some fifty cases of advanced skin infections had produced SCABS and lesions. So, it's not surprising that. These are manifesting in terms of skin conditions because a lot of the skin conditions that I'd have to work with and deal with in working on the reserve as an indigenous doctor, a lot of those had to do with overcrowding and lack of sanitation and also lack of potable water. Dermatologists will say no. That's not a dermatological condition that something that family doctors, primary care, nurses or nurse practitioners can deal with, but then if to also consider the access to health services, and also the treaty promise to health, which is enshrined in treaties six, which is the territory. The I'm from in terms of what first nations treaty. Treaty. People are supposed to receive and what we're actually receiving the way the health resources are allocated, so we think about public health, and we think about health populations who were in the most need that would mean that we would need more resources to be able to deal with these situations, so you're adding in the dimension of equity. Yes not only enshrined in our treaty, which is not being upheld, but in terms of equity. We also getting less to have to deal with more health issues than other populations back to the situation and Chechen I wanNA share with you now. The reaction of Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott. In a statement, she said this is another troubling reminder of the many social and health challenges that are faced by many first nation and anyway communities as a physician I find it unacceptable that these conditions exist in a nation as richest Canada. She did go on to highlight what she calls. A quote sustained comprehensive plan of investment, which is exactly the plan that the government laid. Laid out in this week's budget, this investment includes eight point four billion dollars for better schools and housing, clearwater and improvements for nursing stations unquote so James. How far does that go toward addressing what you've been talking about? It's start Most of our communities had health centers, and the reason why they had health centers and some of them. Even hospitals goes back to that. That treaty promise to health, and because those services haven't been maintained, we lose services in our people, then have to go off of reserve to go to the hospital and get an extra when they could have stayed on the reserve in got that because our laboratories aren't funded again, they have to go off reserved to do all their blood tests and microbiology and things like. Like that when these types of things are funded in our communities than how can you actually attract physicians and specialists and nurses to be able to work in our communities when they don't have the services to do their jobs properly a specific example which I think is absolutely horrendous that these types of things happen, but it's important for the larger population to know. We would have people that would have to do. Self Catheter Catheterization because they have bladder issues. You can reuse a catheter to empty the bladder. The packaging will list it as you can only use it once, however, in certain circumstances in it's called intermittent catheterization that they can be used if you have the proper sanitation, and if you have clean water to be able to. Rinse it out properly and things like that. If we think of the number of communities that are on boil, water advisories, which our community is that these same instructions were still being given by Health Canada to our people on the reserve that needed to do this on a daily basis, and then they would have recurrent urine infections because of the bacteria that was being introduced because of not having clean water proper sanitation. Sanitation or proper equipment, maybe in another community where there's clean water and sanitation that might function okay, but in our communities when we have these infrastructure issues that it actually further worsens our health status. What other kinds of changes to the system do you think would would make a difference in terms of better average health outcomes so I think one of the major reasons why? Why we have the issues that we have with their health problems. Is that our own? Indigenous health system has been destroyed? Our health will not improve without US restoring our own indigenous health system. People were taught about the NATO mosquito, our own need of medicines how to take care of themselves how to treat. Illness had to take care of one another how to help. Help one another and I always tell people what if all of the health, the hospitals health centres the Medi. Centers were shut down across this country the pharmacies. How would that impact People's health? And if we did that for a century, what would happen there would be total chaos in dysfunction and death and morbidity, and for Indigenous People for our people anyways New York. That is what happened to our health system. Does that voice sound familiar? Perhaps you know at best is half of the Victoria's couple. At last year's the amazing race. Canada James and husband. Anthony Johnson became the first spirit couple that take part in and win the competition. Something much less uplifting is a topic. We discussed back in July two thousand, seventeen, when a disturbing, if not all that surprising text from an Alberta, health employees missed its intended target. On hand to diagnosis, ill informed act were a pair of physicians Dr. Lisa Richardson and Jason Pennington. Joint strategic leads in indigenous health with the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Richardson is a clinician educator with its division of General. Internal Medicine while Dr Pennington teaches as an assistant professor when not busy, at Scarborough General Hospital as one of its staff surgeons. We begin in Alberta where to Berta health services. Employees were just fired for a racist text message according to a CBC report, it all stems back to a recent training event held on the Chi night, first nation located, roughly two hundred kilometers south of Calgary. Among those at the event kind I middle school principal Ramona big head, who is said to have expressed concern about an example cited by now Berta health employees during this training. Later, that day, a colleague of that provincial health employees sent out a text in which they characterized begats comments as yelling. The recipient of the text was apparently surprised to hear this replying what by WHO? To, which the Tech Center responded quote, a Rabid Squad Ramona big head, unquote. The recipient then texted back. Do you know who sent this to? Turns out that who was actually a fellow member of the Chi Board of education days later, that original texter and a colleague were both fired, and that's why we're having this discussion today. These where did this employ? Ever? Get the idea that this kind of talk this kind of thinking. Is even remotely acceptable in their role at a department of Health Well Rick It's something that we've known for years and years. Our community members have been telling us is that there is rampant racism within our healthcare system? This is one of the reasons why we're. Jason and I are working so hard to recruit more indigenous peoples, but this is just a very concrete example of the racism that our people's experience. Every day. Of course, this was meant to go to a different person meant to go to someone else within Alberta Health Services, so it's just. By fluke that we actually happened to know that this event occurred and one of the things that comes to my mind is this is just the tip of the iceberg. How many of these conversations are happening that we are not hearing about the other disturbing aspects of the story is that it occurred in response to an indigenous women speaking up. And so it not only is the language. Terrible and racist, but actually not creating a space where people can express their concerns and be listen to, but instead are called out for actually speaking up and questioning decisions that are being made is also another really problematic part of the story that Jason reported that his statement related to the firing of these two employees was issued by Albert. Health Services, President and CEO Dr Verna you. In which she stressed the importance of quote, building, cultural competency and sensitivity in our staff. And the true test of our organization is what we do next unquote. What do you make of that statement? Specifically? What should or shouldn't happen next? The true statement it's a statement that does have to be followed through, but as someone who actually promotes cultural safety training modules by Cancer Carretero, and does promote the TRC recommendation that all healthcare professionals attain some cultural safety training I, also recognize that one cultural safety training workshop. One set of online cultural safety modules does not. Ensure that someone has is actually practicing cultural safety. I think we have to be stronger in making sure that afterwards that there is actual. That takes place. Is there a way to systematically map it impossible for someone who has such racist ideas to even be able to function within a healthcare system near? You can't necessarily screen people for races when you when you hire them for the job, but I'm wondering if you structure healthcare in such a way that it'll be pretty clear. Who's WHO's on board and. And, WHO's not with the idea of being responsive and sensitive and patient centered when it comes to indigenous people, I would suggest that there needs to be a systematic approach to getting feedback from indigenous peoples within the healthcare system, and that there'll be a way to to act on that when when we speak to our communities about having the opportunity to do that, people. People seem very receptive to that, but one of the things that I've heard is people are concerned about some kind of retaliation. If you are reporting an unsafe experience within the healthcare system, so some of the key things that need to be placed for any sort of reporting like this is, that is clearly anonymous that it be made well known to anyone who is. Is giving feedback. That may be negative feedback that this will have no effect on their future healthcare, and at ministers need to follow through with that and make sure that there are ways of ensuring that anonymity and that the data is protected, but obviously if there are people who are routinely being cited as problematic then, there's no role for them within just A. Yeah Cultural Safety is not that we're GONNA make sure that people are not racist or not biased, but what we do want is for our healthcare providers and leaders to have enough insight to be able to know their bias and their worldview so that they don't impose it on to their patients and their clients in different situation. We want people to be aware of their bias, and to do the right thing for the patient or client of the healthcare system. Own But health is a function of many environments, not least the home, the subject of an October twenty, sixteen report on the State of Public Health in Canada. It's focused the widespread and long lasting effects on health of family violence effects, indigenous people were more likely to suffer joining me with their reflections on the report of the country's chief public health officer or writer designer filmmaker calling simard. Plus Child, health and Welfare Advocate Conrad Prince. Just going to site a couple numbers for you from the report after saying indigenous peoples are more likely to experience challenge, abuse and spousal violence than non indigenous people. In twenty fourteen forty percent of indigenous peoples versus twenty nine percent of non indigenous people, said they had experienced abused before the age of fifteen years and ten percent of indigenous women versus three percent of non indigenous women they had experienced unhealthy conflict, abuse or violence committed by a spouse or common law partner in the previous five years. I'm wondering Conrad. Should we be making a distinction between general family violence if you will amongst Canadians as a whole and indigenous family violent? Yeah I mean one of my main kind of concerned about the report is one they they have no idea about what are the catalysts to violence, but then at the very end of the report he He suggests that there is a decrease in violent across Canada and I'm not convinced that that's actually the case for indigenous populations in in fact, I think you need to separate indigenous family violence outside of this, because it's not penetrated or constructed in the exact same. Same Way the outcome of or the way that it's actually acted on is the same, but what actually is the catalyst to fuels? It are completely different back to the report. It does talk about The kinds of interventions that may may help, and those might include the ones that address risk factors such as the availability of and access to services, safe and adequate housing concerns about the justice system impacts of colonization. You know all the small details, but anyway. They identify. These issues highlighted as part of the calls to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of of Canada and I. Mean I suppose it's good in one way that that does try to connect the dots that does try to see how the local and the global connect in that there's a historical dimension on the other. Hand it almost. Just makes the frustration greater because there aren't the resources that would allow you to connect those dots an implement those insights, so it names are pain, and it names possible prescriptive paths. But then just SORTA says well, unless until the TSE calls to action are implemented here we stand. We fall. Yeah. It actually the report actually provides a solution a very. It's actually very subtle solution to it and I had to read it through basically let child welfare, Lens, it starts to kind of go down the path of looking at adverse childhood experiences, and then it starts to kind of go into the preventative mechanisms, and in one of those little boxes it actually makes reference to a UK study of where orphanage kids that were a had adverse childhood events once adopted out, then ended up having an increase in their health and I was just thinking about the. The you know the current child welfare system, the amount of kids that are gonna Sophie were to like the pull this out. The recommendation would continue to provide fuel for the argument to continue to take our kids away because they're really not addressing the TRC in the short medium or long term, but they're easy. Remedy is continued down a path to take our kids out of these family. Violence situations I found that very troubling. My two cents is that one of the challenges of this kind of situation, and maybe this is the case always but. It's difficult to know what to do when you're not quite sure if this is a problem or a symptom. If you know what I mean is, this is this is this. Is this a byproduct of something else? And if so, how do we tackle that source But on the other hand the byproduct can generate its own problems intern, so it just becomes a question of where do you pinpoint your interventions? Do you know what I mean? It's a hard thing you know it's You know it starts at home. You know it starts with public awareness. You know I. I, raise my son to respect women, and hitting his never right and violences, never rate and the of Tottenham ways to deal with his anger. I raised my daughter. WHO's five to to realize that you know what you don't need someone to love you? Who's going to hit you that? That's not love and raise her enough to be aware to see those warning signs. It's sad that I have to. To raise the five year old like that, but you know it's it's it for me. It starts at home. Yeah, now I. I I agree I. Mean I think it starts with the individual I think there is different layers that occur I was talking group, a talking circle with indigenous men that were adopted, and we were talking about raising our children in this when individuals talking about a circumstance where he felt compelled to share with us that he he didn't end up hitting his. His kid for doing something that was you know in a response to some sort of behavior and you know we kind of looked at each other and to me in my mind that was at this is like there has been something that's been normalized in his mind in his in his experience of violence and I, simply pointed out to these individuals. Saying that was that was really really good a reinforce that behavior, but then indicated that you know we're not supposed to hit our kids. Kids it hit him on the head like yet. Wow, here I am looking for some sort of like pat on the back for a very thing that we're really really not supposed to do. And it's me was very telling of just how entrenched normalized violence is, but it's again, but they created a situation of where this cycle the itself. We didn't create it. We are the subjects targets of and we're trying to get our way out of it and I believe that our culture. And our identities are core to that I'm a firm believer of that for sure think, challenge for me is how to understand violence as it plays out in our personal lives without excusing it because I think sometimes. We have people who overcompensate and sort of talk about somebody doing something bad, but then said well you have to remember their the third generation of a parentless family residential school, two generations, and the sixties scoop, and so we we have to innocence tolerate that behavior on the other hand I. Don't WanNa completely abandoned the idea that in some ways we It's amazing that more of US don't act violently I. If you understand where I'm going with this. Yeah, we can't. We can't normalize violence in our communities anymore. We have to call. Call it out. It's a family. Violence is not traditional. I I grew up in a violent household. I've never spent my kids. Because of that I was groomed to be a victim of violence. You know in my childhood. You know there was a lot of trauma. My Mom was part of the sixties scoop. She was very angry My Dad was an alcoholic for many years, so there was so much violence around and it and it was normalized, but because I had my my great grandfather took part in the raising of myself. I had that confidence to say you know what this isn't right, and then, and then later on, you know my first marriage was was horrible. I picked a an abusive person. And you know a lot of times I was offered help, but because my confidence was so low, I was brainwashed, and I didn't I didn't reach out for help and it finally when I had my son I realized. You know I I. Don't want this cycle of violence to continue. And that's when I really reached out for. Help I over the years. I've had other people in my life who've been in the same situation. I was and I try to help. Sometimes people go. Oh, well, you know She Lake issues with that person. They don't like it. They don't like it at all. It's they don't have that confidence. They don't have the ability to reach out in hoping so you just gotTa have an open door. Challenges on the ground to those more airborne this next discussion from April. Twenty seventeen stems from a change in health candidate policy when it reversed its refusal to cover the costs of travel companion for indigenous women who had to leave their community in order to give birth, but according to Pam Palmer chair indigenous governance with Ryerson University's Department of Politics and public administration the move, the long overdue failed to get at the heart of the issue appoint. She raised with myself and writer journalist Paul see crisis. It's absolutely insane. Send a mother a way out of her community away from her family friends, and supports elders and traditional medicine to go sometimes very far away to a hospital to have a child all by themselves with none of the supports, and then there's another much darker issue especially in provinces like Manitoba where one baby day is taken away from a mother. Mother in Manitoba Hospitals into foster care over ninety percent of those babies are indigenous. So imagine a mom going to have a baby having her baby taken wrongfully from trump family services, and being their alone with no one to advocate no one to help her, and she may or may not also have her own health issues requiring her to stay in the. The hospital and not being able to go anywhere to represent herself, so it's it's absolutely necessary that if women want to leave or have to leave the community that they have, they have this support with them now the minister in making this shift sites, the advice of indigenous health experts, but I did not hear any reference to another piece of advice some. Some of those same experts have been successful thing to make such offsite travel unnecessary in other words to support and fund the repatriation of maternity care including burning to aboriginal communities themselves. I did not see that in any of the report Taj about this. Even though many have said it's time to bring birthing back home. Why do you think that didn't emerge? Well because it's an issue that they don't want to deal with I think they don't want to address the cost associated with this and their responsibility to repatriate forthing and healthcare, and and I think that something that should be a choice, too mom, they should have the option you know depending on on the medical situation to be able to work with midwives and elders and traditional medicine people to make sure that they're birding is good at home, and the baby is good at home, or if they have to or if they want to go out to hospital to be. Be Able to have an escort. The point of this year is that they should have always had these options and they haven't. Both of them have been denied to them. And now you see the federal government saying we'll pay for this option because it's a lot cheaper than actually providing the adequate supports in the community, so that women can birth in the community will interesting I mean th the rationale, the justification, sometimes explicit and a lot of cases, probably implicit is is the idea that it's. It would be riskier in some way to have everything outside of A. A hospital and that you know better outcomes are sure but I in doing some research across the name of of a midwife, who's also an academic by the name of Karen Lawford and she co authored a paper that had some amazing and surprising insights, including this one evacuating first nations women to usually southern locations to receive perinatal care services has not resulted in first nations infant health, catching up to not average infants health outcomes for example, the first nations infant mortality rate is still twice as high as a Canadian average and preterm birth rates. That is premature. Premature for first nations living in the province of British Columbia are forty to seventy percent higher than non first nations, framing evacuations as a guarantee of improved first nations, maternal and infant health is thus problematic and given the negative correlation, the negative strong correlation between stress and anxiety and adverse pregnancy outcomes. It's a wonder to me why they aren't pursuing an at home or in community burning system. We're giving. We're still dealing with A bureaucracy and framework that is still you know at its root, the whole paternalistic approach India neck, and so they're still a resistance here. and. That is implicit. The fact that these things have to be taken to tribunals. The Human Rights Tribunal has excel goes to the very top in kind of seeps down into these policies which are I guess bandaids solutions to a much much greater issue, which is remained creation of healthcare across the board, and that has be the ultimate goal, and we're never going to get there. If we continue to see these small steps, and also with this policy, even as a first step, it should also address the exit of life the end of life. We have elders in severe illness who are flown sell off often their lives end away from community with no one there no support so I think immediately that the equivalent of this policy should be extended for elders. People should not have to fly south in these essential moments of a person's exists skating burst. Coming into the world or exiting the world in a physical for to me, that's just a tragic situation. But such medical myopia has hardly been confined to federal. Bureaucrats! May Two thousand eighteen. We asked why Quebec forced northern children flying south care to do so all alone. According to Dr. Samir Shaheen Hussein on trial pediatric emergency physician this meant parents had to take commercial flights often days later due to low availability. Joining me then were associate professor of indigenous studies at York. University Brock Pitta wannacry. Ken Williams Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta 's Department of drama. Kin the Quebec government set back in February that they would change this policy to allow at least one parent to accompany their sick child, but judging by this op Ed. Nothing's changed three months later. Now would I be mistaken in thinking that this is the kind of change that could take place. Immediately is certainly. Could you know it's just a matter of a directive from the government or the Minister? Who is responsible for this? They indicate to the. I guess it'd be the company that's involved with the air ambulance service at the providing and let them know immediately that they have to allow caregivers parents, legal guardians to be. On, those flights I couldn't imagine. Any parent would want to be left behind had a friend of mine last year. Loosen had to many backs from Saskatoon to Edmonton, said I gotta be on that flight, and they said Yeah, well. Of course you're going to be on that flight. Just you know. We got to leave pretty soon as only get that to get her son out of there as fast as possible, but yeah there it's it seems ridiculous. Ridiculous that this was even allowed to happen in the first place, and it should be a very quick fix. My were my mind went. Is You know we've all heard of best practices? This sounds like a candidate for a worst practice and thought to be unique to Quebec, and you go through their rationale. Officials seem to blame it on a variety of issues much of it boiling down to space limitations. So, they say the plane well. It might need to pick up other patients along the way there's specialized medical equipment on board or personnel may have to operate a respond to some kind of. Flight Medical Emergency and you know despite all the reasons put forth by the province I still can't help but see it like Kujo ex-mayor to new NAPATA. Who's who in January told the Montreal Gazette? We've accepted this policy because that's how it's always been done, but it's unbelievable. We're not in the same situation. As other provinces, I find that extremely unfair and and Ken would be fair to wonder. What the rest of North. America has seemingly figured out that Quebec hasn't or are we missing? Something here will yeah I I can't. This is something that used to happen. In the fifty forties, fifties and sixties those horror stories of northern indigenous people airlifted out for their own safety to a hospital in the south and then abandoned. You know, and then having to figure out the only way home, so you know historically air air service air medical service for business people. Especially, the northerners has been horrific, and it's so this doing this legacy of treating northern people as subhumans has if parental care isn't. For indigenous child that's. This wouldn't be allowed anywhere else in Canada you know never mind how cruel it is to deprive kids of apparent at such a traumatic moment as we've seen in the coverage is impractical as Dr Shaheen said mentioned, young kids often haven't learned English French and none of us at the hospital speaking nuke. Ukhta to so in the absence of caregivers. We can't easily obtain a child medical history, including allergies and medications, and without apparent to advocate for them, children suffer. That's partial quote from his OP. Ed and Brock I wonder why not dude speakers aren't place in Quebec, city or Montreal I, do think the language issue important. And when the office was written, emphasize like how preposterous it would be for. Somebody to. Be Able to communicate but I I do go back to the larger issue being the importance of having a family member so even if they could provide interpretation to me. Very important in this specific instance of unaccompanied minors being evacuated. The larger issues why there wouldn't be a family member or caregiver accompanying them. In terms of the whole issue of people who are fluent in indigenous languages in specialized healthy as an issue. Right across the country, so that would be true anywhere. That you would have a difficult time finding fluent language speakers who are working as frontline medical staff often governments try to low the down public into believing that they're taking action when firefighting off and I'm grateful for the medical community particularly. Author this original letter, the CO author of Marie Stop at the highlight of months after the. Minister's declaration there changes to point out that in fact, there are on the ground as of yet. You'll be happy to hear that this policy. The since changed thanks to advocacy by outspoken physician Dr Shaheen. Hussein, WHO's handhold hold campaign sparked such outcry. It forced government to reverse course last year. One crisis with no easy answer is suicide. In fact, rates have been so high in recent years. Multiple first nations have enacted states of emergency among them out of Scott in April twenty sixteen. After Eleven, people tried to take their own life in one day. Sharing her thoughts was Amy Bombay Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the School of Nursing Dowell Jose University. Much like we heard at the outset. Bombay believes it's the long of history strives the tragic acts of today. So in our research that we've been doing the past seven eight years. We've been looking at and be intergenerational effects of residential schools. All your those who tended at increased risk. They've like like a logical distress vital ideation. But. Their children under grandchildren are as well though their children get. To have a greater risk of reporting symptoms of depression symptoms, Zaidi and think that report thinking about suicide, and residential is just really one example of the numerous aspects of colonization that has contributed to numerous healthy social disparities that today. What other factors could you point to for like? Not all indigenous communities have been impacted by residential school. Some have been more impacted by things like relocation or these like starvation due to various government policies. Policies, not only are there historical systemic policies that have contributed to the ongoing policies for example, the more generations in your family that attended residential school more likely. You are to spend time in in the foster care system, and we know based on a recent human rights tribunal that latently exposed candidates discrimination against first nations, children in terms of funding for child welfare. You know that that child welfare system is underfunded, compared to people living offers or And system just has continued the cycle, the intergenerational cycles that were catalyzed by residential schools, and how instead of going to residential schools, their children being taken into foster care I want to mention to you. Something that connects to initiative from the Mosquito Council. Now that's a that's a first nations group. Consists of seven first nations from the western James Ban Hudson's Bay region including two opposite. They published a report this year detailing what they call the people's inquiry into our suicide epidemic. And I found the title of it as chilling as it was telling, nobody wants to die, they want the pain to stop and I'd like to ask you. How do we tend to those immediate symptoms of that pain while at the same time, act to remove the sources of the of that pain. and You I. think that's really the point is that we're at crisis levels? Although a lot of Canadians I think residential schools. That's something in the past based on our. We've been some recent analyses of the first nations regional health survey, which is a national representative sample of first nations living on reserve, and we found that one in five adults living, and this is from two thousand, fourteen, one in five adults. Themselves went to residential school. Just under one half had at least had at least. Least One parent commit to residential school, and between one third and one half of adults had grandparents who attended. This is not something that's in the history of these. This is very present and people live. It's not just about depression. It's not just about no poverty. The things are linked to the past, and so while we do need to address poverty and healthier, and we also need to do it in a way that is why why these current issues exist, and then address you'll the healing needs. With respect to those past traumas. So I. WanNa share with you. Something that just came to my attention It's from Maclean's magazine. Written by a columnist named Scott. Gilmore and he has written a column entitled The unasked Question About Ottawa's cat, according to his bio, he's a member of the Conservative Party candidate. He's also married to the Liberal Minister of the environment. Catherine McKenna and I'm going to read to you just some excerpts. Out, scat is a sinkhole of despair because it is located on a flood, plain a thousand kilometers from the closest sustainable economic activity with no permanent roads, no hospital and no college. Here is the question. The elders and adults about a cat half to ask themselves does their right to live on a remote reserve supersede their children's right to grow up in a healthy and viable community, or even to just grow up. Jessica Chan was asked about Ottawa Scott and here's what he had to say. There is no economic base there for having jobs, and so on. Sometimes they have to move like anybody else to which Gilmore replies, but no one else is willing to say this out loud, which is why we keep running in circles, and why the fatal despair we'll go on which he response to that in light of all that we've just discussed. No again visited is another example when the historical context isn't being considered I told you. Statistics based on the first nations population living on reserves, but Statistics Canada came out with report Justice Pass January where they've been similar analyses that looked at the link between residential school, attendance and suicidal ideation and attempts among the first nations population living offers. Many of whom live in urban areas, and what did those statistics revealed is that the levels of suicidal ideation attempts are almost as high. AM ADULTS LIVING ON RESERVES? It's not just an on reserve. So that that's my one reply I think they're right. I think that in some cases that already is definitely a contributor, but I don't think the answer is acting these people. You know to move away from their land. Must be pretty obvious that public health concerns come up often on this podcast, and it's more than a little telling that candidate would allow such crises to become chronic an oxymoron if there ever was one. Ad Food Insecurity to this list. A circumstance disproportionately suffered by indigenous people. Shedding light on the issue back in March of two thousand, seventeen, where lawyer, an international indigenous rights advocate Donna Billy, little, child and writer. Entrepreneur Robert J go. We began by sharing some numbers. Apparently there are three kinds of relative food insecurity tracked in Canada marginal, moderate and severe. And by severe, it's meant people who miss meals. Reduce food intake, and at the most extreme. Go a day or even days without food. Now the latest available Canadian data show that one in forty respondents were severely food insecure. Here's what blew me away. Aboriginal respondents constituted fifteen percent of that severe group despite making up less than five percent of the overall population. Now it's important to note that survey omits people living on reserves. It also emits people who live institutions are members of the armed forces and people who are homeless, nonetheless billy. What does this disproportionate percentage of Aboriginal? Food Insecurity tell you. So what it tells me as that we have sort of continued status quo, some of the concerns that have been expressed over the last two decades, or more with regards to food, security of indigenous peoples in Canada as we were moved to reserve and face the collapse of our traditional economies. We've been unable to exercise food sovereignty through the harvesting of our traditional at country foods, and so the Diet ammunition that used to support our. Our Development, the development of our children has basically been you sir, and replace with highly food, insecure sources of sustenance, some of it, not even being characterized or categorized as food itself take for example junk-food out easily accessible source of what could be called food, but actually technically isn't food, because it doesn't have any nutrients, it's highly processed, and it actually does more harm than good especially for people who are below the poverty line. I knew that when it comes to food insecurity, you come at it partly from personal experience. Can you share some of that? And how it may be informs your interpretation of what this data from staff can shows? I guess from personal experience. What I would say is that the majority of those people who are food insecure? Our new arrivals in the city are people coming from the rest to come and live in town for the first time. With them. There are a lot of barriers to employment various education. There's difficulty finding a place to live especially if you're coming to a place like Vancouver that was my experience leaving reserve when I was eighteen and I ended up spending about a year on the downtown Eastside Vancouver and a lot of that time was living in the welfare hotels a lot of the time homeless. And at no point. was there ever enough food you know I? I went from one hundred ninety pounds when I last. Two, hundred and twenty five pounds by the time I got into an apartment, and that was surviving off between like three dollars five dollars a day for food. So, every day had been none of it. Is. What giannakou would refer to as food. That's beg chips in the pop. That's what you can afford a day for three dollars, so if you're on the downside of Vancouver. And you're you're right off the Rez in new kid. They're never going to be a very shy person and a very quiet person that could re surrounded by very aggressive people people with mental health issues, people with substance abuse problems, and it is a scary and dangerous place, and when you go to access resources, you're going into environment that's dominated by people you're frightened of and what's really absent from these places are our own people. There are very few first nation services there so I. think that when we look at you didn't security I think we do need to a little bit. At ourselves and how we welcome these people who are coming into cities, how we as native people provide services for them and ensure that they have something to eat. Because we can't rely on the public services. We can't rely on the services that are there for other people in need because they are really for them, and they don't really serve US Robert. Can you quickly describe a situation? You shared my way. put in place by the Bonaparte. Indian band for residents of Vancouver who who faced food insecurity? Yeah, that was actually brilliant. Over the course of the year they save up some of their their food from hunting jarred. We got a whole bunch of banning together and we went to the downtown inside. They did soup kitchen for hundreds of people and gave them traditional food, and they gave him Indian Tacos, which everybody loves, and it was a really great way for them to reach out to first nations, people, and if you look at the coverage, was all native Lots of people went, but it was. It was one of those events where there are a lot of native people, which is something you don't see at any of these big food kitchen events, any of these, said Soup Kitchens, which was really great to see them giving giving back, and it's amazing that we don't do that. That blows my mind that we don't because. Like, my resistant is near the downside, its wealth not near, but it's not far we burn fish or ceremonial reasons. We Save Fish. Save whatever for elders. We give nothing back to these people on the Daphne side. It a races that artificial dichotomy or divide between urban and reserve populations, maybe a radical move on our part would be to just see them as connected to see them as different populations of bound by by common threads. We end this retrospective with a look at efforts to indigenous public health. For their thoughts on what that might look like I turn to Nancy let liberty and Alicia Friedkin. WHO BACK in June of two thousand, sixteen worked with the Provincial Health Services Authority of British Columbia. A vision of the future where are People's health is empowered, informed and truly self-determined. So, our program is really rooted in the concept of Cultural Safety, which is a concept. Developed by a woman named Era Petty Ramsden in new. Zealand who was an indigenous person should marry, and the concept is based on the idea of acknowledging taking into account. Social and historical context that shape indigenous peoples health and I think this is very different than a lot of. Attempts initiatives that are focused around cultural awareness and cultural sensitivity which are based on the idea that by understanding a person's culture by understanding how they are different from white people, for example that this is going to lead to provide better care and our program. We would say that if we're going to provide health services or health, public health programs that are responsive to digits. Digits People's realities that we need to take into account that historical and social political context which would include colonization, and it's ongoing impacts I. Just like to add it's very important when understanding cultural safety that culture itself doesn't. Men become the problem, so then people define us by you know a lot of people come to the hospital to visit people will. It's a cultural. So it's they're just different people, and then we don't get to the roots of that self awareness that promotes racism basically in the healthcare system, so that's why the program is really focused on anti racism, training and self awareness rather than teaching our cultures, or are you know? Ceremonies are secrets to non indigenous people who is not how to become an Indian in ten easy steps, absolutely not. I want to move now to a concept that I know both of you take issue with vulnerability, and this is a concept often applied to average people's vulnerable populations Sometimes. It's the term I think it can be well meaning, but I know Did you have your critiques? Where so pathologist by health surveillance the monitoring of our various? Illnesses or diseases as perceived by Western medicine, we have a different relationship with the land with Spirit, and with each other. That isn't measured when you're only looking at body parts and diseases. What else would we measure or should we measure from an indigenous standpoint? Well, I think we could measure things like how many drums are made in a community or how many commute canoes were made that year? How many people went on the tribal journey We're actually just embarking on a project where we're going to go. Create indicators with the community where they get to define what the? The health indicators are for their community and I would suggest I mean when the term vulnerable is. One of my pet peeves for sure, and we use terms like you know multiple system failure, so we put it back on this system. We don't let them put it on us anymore, and we would suggest that monitoring the policies of the settlers state might be a better way to monitor health inequities, because inequities are changeable, but if they're not changing, and they're not being changed by the government, they're going to continue monitoring us the same way so taking the temperature of globalism. Yeah I. I think that many people would acknowledge the limitations of the biomedical model and definition of Health and or Western medicine, as Nancy was referring to its very reductionist Western medicine tends to focus on the body as a machine You know you have a general GP's, but then after you see your GP, they refer your general position. They refer you to specialists in each specialist is especially in a certain part of the body, and they kind of just look at that that part of the body in isolation think anyone who's had any kind of experience with any kind of holistic medicine or holistic approach to health. That's looking at your whole person, not even not even your whole physicality. Yourself in the in the context of your own other dimensions and the context that you're living in. A much, more robust and comprehensive way to give you insight into how to improve your own being or your own health anything to add their nets well, I, think with indigenous health one thing that is just entirely different in a way is how our land is so connected to her health, and that's very challenging and Canada because we basically have point zero two percent of the land base now from. From one hundred percent and I think that that's the tricky part for you know non-indigenous people to understand what that means, and that we have responsibilities for caretaking of our land, and our our health, the health of our land is connected to our health. How do you like have the Western system understand? How do we measure these things together? It reminds me of that saying what matters is what measured? In the case of indigenous public health this raises for me all sorts of questions. What did we measure and why who ultimately gets to decide? What is measured and does what we have in place now do the job. So where should we start? We heard this during the conference and. The power of numbers and how we need data to be able. Show the inequities, and also to show how interventions are improving to show the differences that are making in in community and I think that speaks to what Nancy was saying about coming up with indicators to to measure our systems. What did you multiple system failure? Right so we need to see is our system proving? How do we show that? The system is failing and that we're making a? A difference, but it's tricky in a way, though because we're kind of a little bit in conflict with this, because a lot of people use that, gloat closing the gap terminology, but the issue is again going back to what should be measured, and it makes a fundamental racist assumption that we actually want the same things that non-indigenous people want and we don't necessarily want that. We want access. Access to land medicines, so it's a very conflicted space as well as the health system is very interested in scale ability, and they don't really appreciate contextual issues when working with first nations communities, because the diversity of first nations communities says is quite different across Canada, even with NBC, and they need to have data that makes sense to them so that they can make decisions in their own. Own Communities Okay so final question as I mentioned off the top. We're here at a conference of the Canadian. Public Health Association or CPA Che. Is there anything like an I. P., H. An Indigenous Public Health Association, and if not do we need one I think that would be a wonderful progressive development I have actually having some conversations this week with indigenous colleagues in public health. And Charlotte lobby from the University of Victoria suggested. Perhaps we need an indigenous caucus that somehow informs public health planning and the conference and ideas in the future, so where indigenous people can have space to. Bounce ideas off each other, and like what is our response to whatever initiative is coming out at the moment I think every public health organizations should be on indigenous public health, organization if we in public health are really interested in addressing equities. If we really WANNA, make more equitable, accessible healthier. Well or place than we need to be focusing on indigenous peoples, health. Focusing on indigenous people in addressing inequities is not going to make Canada less healthy place for everybody else who's not indigenous, it will make it a healthier place and I think you know with indigenous healthy indigenous leaders who are working in this field that is where it's at that is the cutting edge innovative way of looking at improving health, improving public health and we need to be. Everybody needs to be looking at indigenous leaders in public health and indigenous programs that communities, and that youth and digits youth are designing, because that's that's the direction we should be going in. A. Thank you for joining us for this post. OP. Look at colonialism and Canada's healthcare system. Thanks again to everyone who appeared on this week's episode number, two, hundred, seventeen, edited and produced by Stephanie, would end meet Ricardo. On the next media and digital in the summer, but dramatic cinematic, maybe even poetic cluster of conversations about indigenous representation and misrepresentation in the arts. Take Care, everyone I will say. Creative Commons music in this episode includes headway and perception like Kai Angle isolated by Kevin, mccloud. Carnival and there are places by smaller tied. Coma Dreamers one by haunted me. Shall eight by May Dan. Plus perceptible shift and a human being by Andy Cohen. 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And then he goes well every time I go back to Saint. Ain't Louis I go hold the phone. Let me tell you store. I was in Salt Lake City. Yeah let me let me tell you about your. How am I looked up? There's no record of ours. I I cannot last around Max pass thirty four years Ya baby all right. I mean all elder my elder. Yeah we love you. Happy Birthday as and I apologize for the SEGUE that's coming. NBC News reports that two guards at a federal prison in Manhattan have been indicted. Aided in connection with the investigation into accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. We spoke about this as a j Benza. Just the other day to me is just one of us things where you go to all the high powered guys. We have photos of pictures up. Whatever guys records of is this one of those things where it's like look KLM? I don't care if everyone says it was murder. It's his dad and there's you know we argue for the end of time. There's no testimony. You're yeah I look at this whole story is just an indicator of how far down. We've gone since the Kennedy assassination. This is now. Ours is what we got killing. These guys yeah. So just a little bit of backstory Michael Thomas and Tova Noel. They were on duty the night before Epstein was found dead by suicide August tenth has been indicted headed by a grand jury with six counts tied to falsifying prison records. The allegations are Thomas and Noel Sat at their desk browse the Internet they were looking for furniture online lionel whatever and moved around cholera never conducted any rounds that night so the indictment says that approximately ten thirty the night before until six six thirty. Am in the morning when she was found dead the two never checked on him or any inmate in the jail special housing unit. Who let me say this about guards? Not The best in the privacy of the basic thing that people that fall through the cracks. Where essentially saying? Here's a uniform and four grand a a month so you won't be a criminal government says we're going to recruit you to be on the happy side of the law. What you wanted right and then you'll sit it around and not do your job and I think that the I maybe it's not misleading? Maybe I was projecting but I think all the headlines on this were away a little misleading. I thought they were going to say you know there. We're GONNA tie it to. They did something actively to make sure that they weren't going to be around all. They're saying they just neglected to do their job that night in day Ones I always feel. Sorry for is the brother of the world's worst person in the on the planet and they have to step up at some point and go this says a mockery of a sham. It's like oh I off. He wasn't cleaning the cell got choked out he was in there because he was a pedophile. The on this one okay brother. We appreciate you weighing in on this. At least at least Ted Kaczynski's brother turned the me. Yes yes famous. Vamos dime droppers. Then there's other guy the whatever killer was caught off the DNA office brother stay golden state killer come on family members member. Step Sis if you're listening park it. Everyone else thinks going well speaking of parking. It's starting in January Brian. I feel like this is going to affect you more than anyone else better much better. The happy side southern in California residents with a long commute. Choose to ditch traffic and fly to work. It's called float dancer fly over all traffic. It's a commuter air service that is agreements to operate a fleet of nine passenger planes planes helicopters planes at forty small airports throughout southern California. We Got Burbank. John You you know big but I'm sure that's coming but like van. Pools roots will be determined by customer demand. There's a membership cost of twelve fifty a month. That's five days a week. Flights Flight Van Pool was my gay porn. Realize that should know that now pool. Who'll differently but yeah lots? Yeah still working to you. Work with band pool. Yeah he it gets done on. Let's do this. It's always your this newly truck from Lake Burbank. Van Nuys or something downtown. Where would it Land Day town? You GotTa Land siring traffic problem in La so easily solvable. How do your just been one on ethnic group per day? Oh Yeah I mean and you know you and you just want to sell it you just go remember how great things. We're Russia China. Last year there were no Jews on the road with traffic day. I know all right. I just want to pick the order order. That's alright sweets aren't making this thing. We started the Armenians. And then you know I'll let it representative of your group. Make make an argument to me as to why you shouldn't be next. The whole we could have a holy you for one you know blends days. Yeah you'RE GONNA have to have like a regions you know what I mean like Mexico no catch like Hispanic Mexico one day South Central America the next day. Yeah I get it planet. I'll I'll pick Sunday's Sunday's my yeah all right so they look forward to that. That should be early next year. PG and E.. He says it has found some about this. How about this and not only? Is this a way to lighten the traffic load. But it's way to bring cultures together. which is you may travel on your on your nation's travel day be it Italian Hispanic of Armenian and whatever but you must have at least three other are most in the car? Oh Yeah you gather up your meaning friends. You put him under the same roof than any of their weight there. We got mandatory Carpool. All right you guys can look for some good philophical or Kebab or whatever it is is thrown out is you love. PG and E. says it found suspicious monetary claims by victims of California wildfires including one man. Who says a five hundred pound enrolled worth two hundred and eighty million dollars was destroyed at his home in the fire in the deadly wildfire The utility company is being exceptionally large monetary claims which appear suspicious according to the file the court filing to determine pgn as a liability to the vast. Yeah it's shocking. They're still a company yet. They want the victims documents and they would like to see a receipt for the city. Yeah and they're still like opening their the the worst and also the the people that like after Katrina or the earthquake or whatever start filing trying to get some money out of famous. How bad how bad are they talking? The people the people that set up these funds for the people affected by Katrina but they were in Atlantic City at the time and try to get the golden gofundme. Maitha do not have a mirror in your house like at a certain point co like. Don't you have to live with you at some point like there you are like. Hey Bob. Where'd you get the new transam? Well Funny Story. Remember the tragedy of Katrina. Yeah somebody who have lost their lives there. It wasn't all high living Atlanta. Yep Okay here's what I did with my laptop. Jesus Christ yeah it's brutal but to Brian's point maybe they you just pay this out and that's GonNa to or maybe they look in the mirror and go God. I'm so smart. They probably a smart person. You good job so Adam you've brought up white lung on this show multiple times right long. Yeah refresh justice to what that is. I happen to know that all the stuff we get hysterical about kind of comes back to bite us in the ass and I started hearing about like like little stupid things like twelve years ago. When you talk to nutritionists they go? Like how much do you weigh. Two hundred pounds ask you gotta drink two hundred houses a water every ten minutes. You have to over hydrate and bubble blind you go. That sounds like nonsense to me but everyone starts preaching it. You're not drinking enough water and and then at some point a study comes out and turns out. You're supposed to drink when you're thirsty that-that's studying. Okay I start seeing all the pure al and all the Veggie Wash Josh and all the spray and everything and searching kids getting slathered with sunscreen. And it's you're taking chemicals you just rubbing it all over him. And and then you start hearing earned dermatologists going. You put on sunscreen every day like even if you're walking to the mailbox. You should have sunscreen window and win the Sun becomes so even how come when I I was a kid we just take our shirts off. Go on the front lawn and play with the hose for nine hours and summer. No one had sunscreen and then I started seeing mom's sprang it all over the kid like they had the aerosol the weaponized version of the Qin mom would be screaming now. Now come here come here. Sh- the kids just standing there in a cloud of this shit like I no leaf blowers are going to be the worst fucking thing in the world. Like they're half they're already outlawed. They won't enforce it. But the leaf blowers are gonNA prove to be the death of us all but the shoe and you have this chemical compound hound being sprayed on this kid. Close Your Eyes Sh. Yeah they're breathing it in young Harris White Lung. That's Whitelaw so there's a new sheriff in town now. That's the name of my dog. By the way it's played support Wolf Van Pool. The Gay Porn Stars never seen that as half dog white the son of John. Yeah well there's a new sheriff in town a UK man's innocent decision to change. His betting caused him to develop a strange rare condition that left him gasping for air. According according to doctors in a new case study they detail how the man came down with a rare form of allergy to bird feathers that filled his do vay cover his deve pillows. It's known as do they long Debate is still filled with feathers If you if you pay enough. According to the study the forty three year old man had suffered months months of dizziness and fatigue and breathlessness. He finally visited his doctor at first. The doctor assumed he had bronchitis but by December it worsened to the point. He could no longer walk. Walk to the next room without being out of breath. I'm sorry this plus. Well listen to this. Apparently down along the man had a particular illness that tends to strike people people who raise and work closely with birds they call it bird fanciers lawn. I had dust ruffle syndrome for a long time that I was able to shake it. Let's get agitated. Oh it's hard work. Yeah the the wristband. They're trying to raise money the other a Syndrome that I decided to something we're causing something called floating liver. It's from going through the airport. Check going through the security and realise you paid eight bucks for a water ten minutes ago at the newsstand and now I chug. I'm not throwing away this eight dollars I stand there and just literally shotgun seventy-one Ounces of water so there's GonNa be White Lung and Floating Liver Fluke Kidney floating kidney whatever it was. It's a major organ. It's a major in. South Dakota was attempting to get their residents to say no to drugs but they apparently came up really with the slogan. I don't know if you've seen this yet. We have a picture of it. It's called Meth. We're on it does. The campaign was mocked endlessly on the Internet. The state governors took social media. They defended it governor Christie. We know what was that one say meth. I'm on it. But yes you're welcome hugh rotate twitter. The whole point of the campaign to raise awareness. So I think it's working. According to the newspaper The campaign so far has cost the state about five hundred thousand dollars. That's about a third of a one point. Four four million dollars. South Dakota agreed to pay a Minnesota based advocacy advertising agency. To come up with best. It doesn't say that I would love for out method. We're on it could be stupid stupid and dumber work with those guys for a while. How great is that Through overrated I would in math. It's so insidious I'm they mean like I'm on the case but these guys are High School Abi High School football all team. What is what do they mean that? They're on where they go and kicking in warehouse doors and Yellen no time for backup or are they just practicing pee wee football. That's a very good question. One for the advertising agency I was looking at this ad for sprite in this new genderless world where sprite super super woke and sprite is have all these like transitioning kids and supportive parents and it's all part of the sprite by by the way sprite in charge of sprite is delivery system for Corn Syrup for an eleven year old. So I know you guys claim to love kids. But drinking sodas about the worst thing you can do to your body when you're zero to two fifteen but The MOM is putting makeup on the first kid. It's from Argentina by the way if you watch. It's very progressive. It's a mom doing up her son and then the next kid news is getting boob. grabber group Smasher course that dictate. There's no boobs and holdback. Among see some jugs and then they're dressing up like a dow except for they were a Gal. Wait a minute. There's somebody else the second one who's developing China's smash them down for a second. No I I I know but didn't have any brad true. Who is there a third person that's different or is this the first thing I thought the first two people were the same person I think is different? The person is with their grandma. I think those are all different kids. That's not the kid gets. Yeah we'll see some titties if we're going to suppress something down but keep them down. Man can't hold the titties back and then the grandma's help them with the core said. Show the drag show in the end. The Dad's driving escape teenage. Aw Boys points foy friend to the Gay Pride Parade. I think it's funny that it's it's all sponsored you by by sprite which is essentially poisoning kids since nine hundred sixty one motion. That mom is so happy grandma so show progressive my grandma duck that shit. Dad's looking in the review. The Dad gives a look though. It's really enjoy the sun and the Gay Pride Long Long Anyway. Van Pool was my gay for oddly enough off that was done by the same North Carolina. Head coach Ed Age. They got some rain man. Do they really went international. This guy we're on and this guy I'm buying all right let me hit Lifelock and then we'll keep going here lifelock companies who Underestimate that damage of employee data being stolen and leaked on the dark web. Oh man you're infos out there. People you need to protect yourself hacking. 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So maybe Christie's heard of him So Rob Rob Gronkowski took to social media over the weekend and teased a big announcement that he was GonNa make on Tuesday and England Patriots feel than fans feel very let down by the former tight end now that they know what the announcement is. If you haven't heard Gronkowski is planning to be in attendance at the Super Bowl in Miami. But not as a player. He's hosting a music festival called GRONK beach. The press release reads. He might not be playing in the game this year but he is taken Miami by Storm Arbed Personal Music Festival grog beach. I'm surprised GRONK doesn't get me too because there's tons of footage of him like jiggling his girlfriend's Td's and and stuff like alien mixture of drunken. Lynette he like reaches around and grabs her and all this stuff and it's like Kasese Gronk. He's like Gronk Gronk and the Teflon. Yeah juice Al Franken has got to look at this shit and go come on this guy. Jesus Christ put my hands outside of a flak jacket. I you gotta tossed out of the picture human human Lynette at the rehab giant. Dan is a giant man. But I'm telling you during the parade and stuff a super bowl and everything. He's just all over her and she's all fun about got it but That'll be next park bench. Couple Al Franken now so it's constructed right on the sand sand of Miami Beach Greg's eccentric personality will come to life. Combining his favorite artists food drinks beat for farmers and more Gronk Gronkowski Musky has until November thirtieth to decide whether or not he will return from the reserve retired list but this probably means he does not have plans to get back on the field. The fees each party during they put like horses get paid and they go to stud. Shouldn't we Hook Bronx Dad up to some sort of milking machine because he's he's got brothers. They're all grown up and he's all grown up. I mean this ain't this ain't one and done. He's got old family of big old dudes. They all football players. They're all something but they're the maybe the moms the athletic one. You know what I mean. We gotTA GET GRONK and the Brothers to start to harvest and Egger too. But what do you play. DADS the DADS PRETTY GRUNK is. I don't know you can find a picture of the DAD and the brothers and dads. You did the the the Apple doesn't fall too far from the tree or whatever it is is his dad's kind of a specimen himself. Put them out to stud or at least at least Malcolm Elkin. WHOA big family? It's a big. It's a big bunch of dudes damn strapping to horrible pull left. Looks like the athletic ones. Good seed man. Many of them. I know it looks like a proud. Boys March their offense. I title one of Van Pools Moving. It was left proud. Boys boys with the urban flavor. We were talking doc in Beer earlier and I want to make sure you know that with the holiday traditions. Coming up Miller high life has officially created a noteworthy one last year for the first first time the champagne of beers was sold nationwide and actual champagne bottles just in time for everyone's holiday celebrations seems the new for years now for twenty nineteen the bringing him back last year. The limited edition bottles proved so buzz worthy that they sold out nationwide and the brand says the bottles are hitting the shelves this month month with a suggested retail price of three dollars and forty nine cents. You know the thing. The thing about beer is Christ. Dear makes sit the night in the fridge because of the carbonation right. So it's like if you open a large container of beer unless you find opening a can. It's like a bridge too far like I feel like a sixteen ounce tallboy. That's perfect fits right in that pint. Glass it's good and and if you want another one it'll be fresh and fully carbonated in two hours versus the see. There's there's a little trick I tell me. If you guys have experienced experiences first world problem I think this is what I like. I'm going to do a coffee table. Book called what Black People think white people talk about and this will be one of them. Don't you hate it when you open a bottle of champagne and you put the stopper and and and you go to put it in the fridge but with the stopper and it's too tall all three shelves in the Fridge so you lie on its side. But you're scared that the carbonation is going to push it out and you're going to open the fridge and it's all GonNa computering out Sheila in an angle. Don't you hate it the worst nightmare. I only drink sprite. Hang now that you've been freed. Well idiots catch on a things like this lady like. It's like when like when the Beatles came out and it's like little Richard's like a motherfucker commuting this refunding five years right. He's been doing these. These these holiday magnums for years part of that conversation going to make the not the beginning getting part on their behalf so well to Arkansas. Chemistry professors apparently took breaking bad to heart. They were charged Friday in connection with making taking math just like Bryan Cranston's chemistry professor character on the AMC. Hit according to the Clark County Sheriff's department forty five year old Terry Bateman and forty year. Old Bradley Roland were charged with using drug paraphernalia and manufacturing methamphetamine math. We're on it that's right. How did they get caught? Well a spokesperson for the school said. The University Science Center was closed on August. I'm sorry October. Eighth due to a report of an undetermined chemical odour and initial tests indicated. Did there were an elevated presence of Benzyl chloride which is used to produce in the laboratory. Meth is so insidious. Can't I don't get get why it's attractive. I get coke get pot booze. Different is but I get. I get the psychedelic mushrooms and stuff like that like Uh Not for me but I've I've tried it. I get it like I look. I get that methods just weird anyone fucks you up and it's evil bad ever had. Yeah it's not fun dabble in methods for me. You know what I mean like. It's highly super addictive right. I've tried it before. Obviously someone and it's like it just like at some point you go. I want to go to bed but I can't and I want to go to bed and then you go. This isn't fun anymore. Picking all the skin off of your arm and your face. That's what's next and then I'm like this. Fun is highly highly addictive a typical. Of course you didn't get addicted to it. You don't get addicted anything allergic Dick Dancing. Well that's true but meth. I am on it Chocoholic on Fridays. I Ah I know. There's a there's a chemistry and I know some people have the alcoholic gene and we've all known Many greats have had the alcoholic gene but town greats have the meth gene. I I don't know when Winston Churchill was on on I'm saying doesn't work on smart people of what I'm asking. Tourists is probably the most famous person we know is constantly on math. Oh really yeah all right genius. That was big in baseball. And Seventy S. Right greenies amphetamines. I think there's a difference between uppers so to speak so that you can perform kind of that thing of like you've been traveling on a red eye you gotta get out there air and you've got to perform onstage with the band in center field but the mats or whatever I feel like that's an elvis. He kind of thing. I don't know winding of Elvis as a method of performance. Guys like take this pill go to bed then when you get up you got to perform you gotta take this pill that eventually you have a war war of pills because once you start taking the ones that bring you down you have to start taking the ones that bring you up. But supposedly according to rancor Ker dot com it off Hitler was prescribed pelvis contained crystal meth. Wait did we decide. If he's a genius or not he said Adam. It's I think by any objective. Measure Hitler with Jesus. He's an evil genius but like James Bond Villain Genius On that kamikaze pilots Japan Tories Asleep on Meth. That's how they got him to dive bomber aircraft carrier. Oh they were yeah. It's funny because I did a shout Asaki before they cut I get the sake. It's like they must have talked about that in the command center. Like why do we want. I'm getting a little buzzed. A little drunk before they operate this zero aircraft. Well we are asking them to fly into ship. Okay yeah okay well. Then that I hear your argument that makes sense because I'm not a fan of drinking before you operate raid tail drager but if you're gonna fly we're going to ask you to fly or ship then I think a little buzz helps. Would it be interesting though if they said always high on Meth. We need the level amount. A little uh-huh so we can really get down into it. Yeah and for those who don't want the sock in does the math and are just high on life. Enjoy the next eleven to thirteen minutes breath. Rufus wainwright what on was on Mathur longtime really according to rancor Glaisdale Coppola allegedly all right. Well he's the Guy Thinks Hitler Gene. Ah again evil. I want to be very clear about that. All the right moves right. Brian I I again. I'm you know the pills and the doctor and who knows what they had back in the day. The mother's little helpers and things like that but I'm just telling about the guys at just snort it do it just keep doing it like who are those who are now I know there's a kind of a white trash thing but I mean it does seem to affect people that aren't that high up on the ladder. Don't have a lot of degrees. You know what I mean like. It's an eye other guys is fall into. Alcohol is after they become millionaires. Have a have a relationship with cocaine or pharmaceuticals or something like snow. It's not as well. There are people who start off with really bad teeth. Oh you're right so they may have self selecting group. Yeah there may maybe grandfathered in from an orthodontist and have this far to fall. Oh that's right. Yeah on rancor. Also John F. Kennedy received Shaw Awesome and phetamine troop cure of chronic back. Wow Addison's disease. Is that what it was. That's what he had Did Not know that all right have turned the whole all quarter Friskin on it all right. Let's do one more all right well. Burger King has been hit with a class action lawsuit by a group of Vegans who claim the fast food giant made false claims about it's impossible walker being vegan alternative at all. The suit argues that since Burger. King Cooks the plant based Burger on the same Grille. As the meat-based Burger it cannot claim the impossible whoppers Vegan. It goes on to state that there are no disclosures on the menu letting customers know that the impossible walker it shares. Here's the same grills the regular Walker the lawsuit which was filed by a man named Philip Williams seeks unknown damages and a court order forcing Burger King. To Cook possible offers on a separate grill. Remember when this happened with McDonald's fries were show out fucking problems and they guys can't stop and also it let me know it's kind of funny because like I don't like to talk about myself but here has Dennis prager once. He's a very religious man. said to me you're an atheist and I said Yeah I am Yes. And he said Okay and he said you wish error got yeah of course wish God why not and he goes. Oh that's surprising. And I said why and he said because most people I talked to are atheists go now I don't wish you got and I go. Oh because there are assholes they just want to argue about it that as their religion or religion and these assholes veganism. That's how I know they're all astle if you just want. I don't eat meat or animal protein or whatever. Fine God bless you but but you're really pissed off at your step dad. That's what got you into this fucking behavior and now you have to spread it out all along the land and that's my feeling with almost everyone. In their movement movement handful actually agree with the movement or down with the movement the other fuck and half just assholes that are pissed fucking dad and now we've become their dad. It's it's like me. I'm an atheist. I don't give a shit. I hope everyone's religious. I'm just not a movement. I don't want to turn my nonreligious into religion with your pets to your dad as if I yeah. That's not separate. I couldn't take it out on your way. Since when is Burger King like the hot Vegan. Hang out who's really disappointed with. Is You know and also I was thinking about. I was listening to poor chick. Fil A. Caving to the right left woke folk because they have to break take can't donate to the salvation army or the Christian boys whatever because the LGBTQ community is not down with them and they're not letting them open open in the San Antonio Airport and so so chick-fil-a got a cave. But my feeling is this. If you have a killer chicken sandwich you you never have to apologize. I've learned from Popeye. Say people talk and kill each other for your product fistfight and the lobby of your restaurant for for four dollars worth of chicken sandwich so my thing is if you make Organic Veggie burgers bombings. Apologize if you make a a killer chicken sandwich tell them or the suck your Dick because everyone needs it. And they'll put all of the moral judging aside to get to your sandwich. There is the crew southern locations of Popeye's carried a woman out the door and body slammed her onto the sidewalk. Don't care for the weekly fight strangers in the street for chicken. Sandwich the goods and I know you couldn't tell them tell by looking at them but fluffy he enjoys chick-fil-a sandwich. Hold on this is okay. I'm not sure if you wouldn't tell well saying he enjoys that sandwich he'd like put something up the other day like hey loving a chick-fil-a because he said he's a political I guess Indo. Oh anything's going on. And then he got destroyed. Join US for joining. The Sandwich I'm saying is is all you super woke Douche bags could lock trying to get fluffy we need to go back into the chick-fil-a that's an impossibility. See what I'm saying this whole concept of trying to keep your money out of the wrong pockets is like the most vain you you know. Just the most futile thing in the world especially when it comes to chicken sir. Yeah like I could see well especially when it comes to pizza. Yeah those guys are all lunatics. But you know you're still going to have your pizza. You can make the argument where I go okay. Maybe I won't buy Nike Aware Puma instead. Like I I could see that. But you can't make that argument chicken sandwich. It's fucking proven scientifically proven. That people will take lives all fast food sandwich. Okay so good luck all right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina Grad and. That's the news meth. I'm on it was the news with Gina Grad. Well last but not least castrol edge stronger under pressure. Engines can lose up to ten percent or performance due to friction. And that's why we have castrol edge three times on it stronger than leading full synthetic it is the best it is castrol edge formulated and ways to do I exceed the highest industry standards. It is castrol edge. Oh Jeff Garland's coming in here tomorrow so that'll be fun. Curbs come in packs. So that'll be. That'll be fun Peter Melman over. Here Hashtag me as well available now on Amazon. You can bookmark us some flick on through it just makes sense. Shoot them a tweet at Peter Melman. 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Adam Corolla over there. Ace We were talking about the Myles Garrett incident the helmet and everything else and you promise us some insight on helmet technology or what you know about about Helmets lay it on us. Why don't you well? I believe is about two years ago but it could have been last probably less fan. Who was an and engineering guy? Worked for a company. I'm going to screw everything up. But he his company was working on a revolutionary. NFL Well High School College. Whatever football helmet? That was different than than others and and little counter intuitive but but diabolically luckily simple and ingenious in terms of preventing concussions and. He took the helmet. He had a custom prototype. Tapie one made up. He painted up and badged it up like it was my portion nine. Thirty five Newman car which Gary will find a picture picture. You got a few here and yeah sorry. It's a v I C I s versus. I know that guy because he came up to me at a super bowl gave me not shirt and said I'm a fan of yours when you're on Adam Corolla show right and so yes I know exactly this guy good at marketing if nothing else that genius and and he gave me the helmet and I started looking at some of the NFL players and some of the helmets they were wearing and they appeared to be the same helmet. I was basing it on the unique breather holes in the ears and the back and things of that nature so I was certain realized I think guys in the NFL are wearing only talents. And I think quite a few of them are wearing these helmets. And here's the thing about this helmet. It has a soft shell. It's not rigid. Yeah right if you if you took a quarter insert a clanked. It wouldn't make that noise. It's it's firm but if you take this helmet and you put your thumbs it's like we're the ear holes are you can push them in it. Flexes it's not made of a hard material are fiberglass. It's a softer. It's g rather either fall on the floor and hit your head on a wooden floor or a cement floor. There is a difference both hurt. But there's riots. Right I would choose not to fall it all David. Oh yes this helmet. Thank you dos. So little bit soft called the load Shell and it absorbs impact by locally deforming like a car bumper right right and I think that this and if you think about it all these guys I just got tapped on the freeway few few months ago. It's like you oh you back in the day when we're dry around their parents. You had this big chrome metal. Bumper car got hit at dented. The bumper versus took the impact and sort of went back into shape shape. He Got Comfort on the head and it did catch served the foam patty part but it also caught part of the edge of the helmet but it wasn't full just oh the big rubbery pad on the bottom back of the helmet I think-i way been wearing one of these helmets. Now Gary's got to do some sleuth work and if in fact you were conked with one of these helmets versus an old style bike or right. L. Biker ridell would have a sharp rigid adage indefinitely cause some issues to your scalp and skull this as a flexible edge and could have been the design of the helmet. And and if I were if I were marketing and selling this helmet this would be my pitch like. Oh course it's fine when it's on but it's better when some vivas I would have been dead if it weren't for our helmet technology right now. We'll see I will say helmet or not. He does wear something because yeah he got remember he got caught on the not just whacked. He's not just why you're back to the helmet. He gets hit with the meat. If you look at that frame-they're in all back to back it up between one frame before and this frame it definitely looks like it. Flexes a little to your point. Yes it looks like the helmet flex and now. The question is from the game. Name Game Film Helmet on. Is he wearing that helmet right. We're investigating that okay interesting. I'm going to guess that it is based on what we just saw the bag. I've never studied that closely. But I think I see those two airy kind of holes towards the towards the base of the back of the helmet you know but it also you know myles Garrett Dodges Garrett should argue. I knew the helmet was flexible. Essentially hitting the guy with the NERF ball so wait. I wonder if if I if it's vicious or vices or whatever. The name of the company is that has this new technology. WHO's the better spokesman for it? Do they hire my Mason Rudolph or Myles Garrett like I used. I used this knowing that it would only cause a boo boo. Like maybe one of those cartoon those are always the grossest to in the old cartoons when and somebody gets bogged on the head and it comes up out of there and it's flesh colored and it has a couple random hairs nauseating then life that now I like it better. When the guy's he's head takes the shape of whatever he was struck with like a frying pan? Any who yes. We didn't know a lot about this. This technology and we we know a lot about brain science during like when Gilligan's island was made we didn't know how trauma head trauma affected one and and things of that nature. You know concussion protocol. But I'll tell you we were Sherwood. Schwartz was way off the mark. Because there's an episode where Dr Gilligan Got Bonk on the head of the coconut and lost his memory and the only way to regain the memory was take another punk by another coconut which we now science. This is proven actually worse than not being hit with the second coconut at all day. At all this I think Schwartz at the time can't be blamed lying because we didn't have C. T.. Scans and things of that nature. Well you know what though I think that we have to hold him to account and Gilligan and everybody else for that because maybe me they gave us our laws airfare attitude towards head injuries you know maybe right. This could be his college. FRAT that party black face picture that we've discussed ha ha sure. Sure really laughing right real funny man. Hey the thing that occurred to me. Watching that hat on Thursday night was as I keep saying. Among the many things myles Garrett really was very lucky because if he had let's just say he knocks him cold with the helmet this is. It was bad when Earl Thomas of the Ravens dated and you saw myles Garrett slump on the field that was scary gross and everything but if he had done it with just a baldly violent act. It wasn't the football thing. He would be so vilified he's already going to be vilified for the rest of. Is there not a life. They're always been asterisk now. I feel a little bad for him on that count. But he's he's also lucky he didn't do more damage to it reminds me of Jermaine. O'Neal Ron our cast metta world. Peace of course has that asterisk but let Jermaine. O'Neal is the one who really got away with something a little bit. Worse as you're gonNA look at it. There's no sound for it but We'll we'll talk over it Jermaine O'Neal Neil. The center comes over for the Pacers and he got. There's just a random fan who still runs down onto the floor. And he called Cox Doc semi he goes he goes he takes a running start from like twelve feet away winds up with a haymaker and throws his best punch at at this schmuck standing there on the court and he hits a you can tell is left foot as he steps into the punch slips on sweat or whatever or maybe thrown thrown drink or something if he doesn't slip and he hits that guy breaks at Rando guys jaw like that. I don't even know what he definitely would go to jail if he just assault assault that he got away with that. The attempt to assault was crazy but if he really lands at thing and just brakes. That guy's jar something like or worse. Oh were if if that happens Jermaine O'Neal would go to jail. He like myles. Garrett is lucky yes I agree all right well listen. Let's wrap it up there then after that powerhouse analogy allergy. I hope also I also want to talk about the nature of hot takes. We like to do some hot takes but there are some experts out there. Meantime let me tell you about GYCO. GEICO I've just added to the good sports to do list talk about hot takes sports and beyond everybody's got one of those to do lists. It could include. Drop off your dry. Mike Cleaning pick-up milk so on and so forth. Now you should add. Save hundreds of dollars on car insurance and if you don't have to drop off or pick up anything that's all the better all you you do. is you go to GEICO DOT COM and in fifteen minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket. 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Podcast Ep59: Dec 6 2019

Trainer Talk - The Podcast

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Podcast Ep59: Dec 6 2019

"These in trying to talk podcast brought to you by Sharon Gaskin of the Trainers Training Company and Major Tessa. The online course alchemist of get that course online over the next hour and a bit. We'll discuss what we've been up to. An businesses undertook line topic relevant to trainers we also talk rat vents to consider books to read and a weekly talked for online course creation. Of of course it wouldn't be trying to talk the podcast without the dog walking digest every now and again when guests them to share their experience and expertise. You can contact us through twitter on on APPs trying to talk pot or feel free to email or the Sharon all me. So why. Not sit back with a COUPLA. Make that journey all go a little bit quicker with on weekly inspiration the beneficial training business. Welcome Oh this is trying to tell the poll all cost and we are at episode number fifty nine fifty nine Sharon. Can you believe it. Well on I am just going to tell you some stuff about the number fifty nine just because I can radi. Fifty nine is prime all over the place. It's the seventeenth prime number. It's a twin prime with the number sixty one. It's an irregular prime a safe prime a super singular prime it's also an Einstein prime with no imaginary part. Apparently will will ever that. It's all over the place Fifty nine other interesting things. Apparently the fifty nine is the number beat some Roman Catholic rosary so you see the sesame symbolism an awful lot so they're fifty nine base event of why they're fifty nine bates but apparently there is also the number on a button in commonly worn by feminists in the seventies which was the claim at the time that women fifty nine cents for every dollar the their male counterparts champs pulse and so that was back in the seventies and we all still fighting for equality these days but anyway let's not let's. It's not by that one. How was your week? Last week was a little bit quieter than it has been a little bit quite as essential and Preamble before the broadcast a foul is really nice. Not Looking houses looking tonight. All doctors as long Zia physically looking at houses because the hike a large pushed by time over the last three months aside. So that's the really nice but we just entered into this similar period yet. It's radio time. Isn't it in the house. Buying Price S.. You've had all the rush of or seeming rush to try to find somewhere and you find on somewhere and you get the offer accepted and that's really exciting and then it's kind of right now. We wait I'm we exactly exactly at clay and that's a horrible thing isn't it and it's I think we've mentioned this before it's kind of you won't pick selected but part of using. It's just too exhausted to be excited. And parkview doesn't want got to be exhausted in case it will still go wrong and to keep people in perspective so you just have to accept way so yes. So that's that is going on on the business. I own programs are truly long long. Good are willing to make five. We did really good weapon on a tonight out. Visibility has to get clients to come to use. Jason is building on what we talked about last week. That would be so nice. A had a nice showed the week recapture on the day. which was good news so yes that was really nice? You did have some involvement with this week on reviewing The request yeah yes absolutely so. I completed The website reviews so I'll talk talk more about. That's in in the reflection of my week. AAC But yes a few of those people on your program requested vice which is really cool. Yeah so does that Busy with the one to one client lance last week and that's always good and then Wednesday night. I had a complete look curious experience because I decided yeah I did that. I would have had a niece IQ in hotel it's Firi- Esther those devotes could be nine to one which so pumped by Thing and I just thought gee I walk. I'm just going to stay the night before amid literally early in our committee by Coupled with having to get a dog will absorb the stove and also the facts that again talk much sleep because the jab any opportunity to stay up again a full night's sleep is what could and did you get full night sleep. It was not a Catholic varies like he added swaps swaps the experience. It was literally we ask. You got that down that on Wednesday afternoon and the dogs of get on then I literally just did did not work like trauma tapped. Don't places restock. State as acting. Sochi socal has passed. The wind went to bed. Yeah One st without any sign of any Abbott Shitty. Yeah but yet again again things like this. One of the things that they can share is held businesses Yourself I can easy itself in. Why can be stressed? Worry about because chatterbox here. That time loaded sweetie. I just don't make it easy Eh. Thinking is that was really really good. And then you're not refreshed relaxed on you for day this day. So that is good and and what else am I seem to be taking residency comfortable mislead CA- at all. I all you have to deal with the whole up in coffee one Friday and then again on Saturday as that carries so oh my best. He spent some low San Sandwich to to catch him off. That would be lovely and let you say things that those things things a networking you know. Even if it's it's catching up with friends is on I along with bowling drank Kerry but still you talk business stuff as well. So stealing and I said networking is knows as he say exactly. That was nice. I watched every sentencing assassinating now. Now I was it good to have you seen a happen. Yeah let's go really good write-ups they serve anybody. He doesn't talk about research Is the documentary about empty lorries. Two years of Super Great and paid with his hip injury and basically what he was scheduled Cameras to the bath. That is to say books that I don't know that I mean obviously if you watch it and where teddy will so feingold mauled. He's been resemble believable way yet definitely and I saw a little clip. I think it was some on facebook but it was a clip of the Jonathan. Ross show that he was on last week And just you know talking a little bitter about it and saying yet one of the thanks for him was that he didn't have anybody to go talk to Abou how to recover to to the flight of You'll spoiled award because nobody else would have done it. The you know there are precious few people to attach the same operation let alone go back to A big top level of the game which which was a really tough thing? What was that there? Were cut another couple of guests on there including storms in the US accounts and there was comparing airing whether or not people that ever had these debilitating injuries that kind of assistance in full year round. I can somewhat empathize with what he was going through. The when my back used to go it hasn't I touch with a long time a bit so debilitating because it just it eats into everything. You can't stop thinking about taxes hunting all the time same saying Oh yeah yeah. Last night I had a really really bad headache. Everybody was cracked act up. Laughing is He didn't mean it to come across as by bad. Headache is the same as your issue that it was a think. If he'd been allowed to finish she would have gone. Wouldn't to say something similar you know. It's it's horrible when you go pay that you can't get ready to help out. But it was just funny. He so set it. Everyone is not not really a headache. You poor thing slightly differently in terms of injury that Yeah I. I'm looking forward to CIGNA. I don't have a prime netflix or anything like that so I shot to find a different way of getting hold of it. But I'm sure I'll be able to at some point but yeah it's brilliant writes up really rid really good write-ups and like you say it's always interesting to get the kind of behind the scenes stories. What have you because we do tend to as a nation and we talked about this before? Haven't we everybody gets really interested in tennis. Round two weeks of Wimbledon and then that's it and then not proper fan shower tonight is the trump as he sort of. You don't tend to think about the hard work that goes eight year round to to be at the top of your sports. I what one of the things that same sports but the interested me was. I saw those Hamilton on Graham Norton. Jason not last week but the week four and he was saying you know the the tame tell him what white they want him to be at the start of the season and then we'll wait. He needs to be week by week by week. As the call speck changes over the course of the season and ask different things factors come into play no respite and he can lose up up to four kilos every race. Just as if the the toll it takes on his body anything. Wow I I call you know I knew we had to train and be fit. The honestly knives is just driving. But of course it's not just driving this so much more to and I knew he was he was You know he was an athletes. Each they are aspects Formula One drivers but I didn't realize just how much has to go in to maintain e body weight a certain weight. And you know all the rest of it. It's extraordinary the the lengths that these sports people go to. I'm yet we look them over. Whatever is the two weeks Wimbledon? We'll ever go. Oh well we didn't do very well they did he. Yeah well you know I have so you know from from Ryan he you now as a pathway to go the gym every organ at six o'clock you know Today's dies because it's not just about his four answers dot com site. The cygnus around cool. It's a you know trying to stay away from injury. Injury Prevention is the thing is this is just so much there that goes into. Actually I was thinking about when I did watch. Theresa is saying Oh my God undesired ready hard work extraordinarily hard work but then said that we that they could make this documentary bat rafters while religious is the is added facts. Exactly boss she that he he actually was so love lost it in dwells. He said it. That was the timing Doozy sending me had to give up a good talk to and said okay. You know completely to Out just a hey. That'd be that last week talking about the teddy season being very tennis. Focused focused is put away for another year. At all of a sudden Sharon manages to work in the fact that represented the number one. I you know listen. The extraordinary scale in Konami shoehorning that one In the it is I do remember saying the type of about rough with that will and You know said when he came out to the he'd been going through. I was GONNA say with the with all the stuff for the fitness. Two things number one. I think the fitness as well as you need to be physically fit in order to maintain your mental fitness if that makes against because you if you are exhausted you think strike is kind of the basic equation there but the other thing I was Gonna ask. Walls Withstood Ryan being on a super regime mass. He is when he comes back for Christmas. And what have you do. You have to sort of the Tay to specific eating plans for him or that kind of thing who usually gives it is pretty. Does eight housing mcgreal fat we do. We might seventy candidates lied about that. Obviously with the exception tape he. Christmas Day is massive food Estimate but now I mean you Caridi to help lay out do often the dice. When the gym is closed? He'll still begun to the BE. The don't we asked a specific book. Happy to do so. We just cameras on. Yeah just given. Head is a critical time because when he goes back doc season many Stoxx six coast. That's we do not want me combat this two weeks then you scan a hit the ground Buni Monica fast forward to just you know take out fifteen weeks there. It such a huge amount of dedication isn't it to really need to fight you. Life to to achieve greatness which makes me think about whether there are parallels those of us the trunk to achieve nor in Spoilt Augsburg in business the SORTA education that sports people have to put in order to reach the top that game easy to similar level of dedication that we need is Putin in order to reach the peak of business so to speak and I don't know that there are strict parallels that can be drawn but I do think at the same time Certainly the the next time I feel like complaining. Whatever is like you have identified to get up at six o'clock and get to the gym every day and watch what I'm meeting like I am free to choose to eat? Whatever like You know that doesn't impact or effect my business So is it's all about perspective. Effective isn't it. I mean I would never. We've we've touched on this before. I would never ever advocate that. There is one way to be successful assessable in business as in. You know getting put stupid o'clock in the morning doing meditation or whatever. If that's what you want to do then you go for it. And if it works Arabians but I think telling everybody else. That's what you have to do. In order to be successful. I think he's misguided the Guy Anyway. What else what else? Well on such as this on the subject Connor Ye adventure the wall theoretically not yet so yes so China to live a day. Chant is stupid guide our findings so when you missing we will be little of checks to buy. Yes yeah we are going to have the first answer. You will awards which is very exciting. Indeed this is something that is of the backers your insiders. And where you live at five. Every every day. We did foods every week we have out of the week we have we. We have What time who ooh something mice disability we didn't community and we have a sup- support award? Is Somebody in. Spent the way about China's will he played Sticking obviously bamboos for awards the winner of the week will be the the single biggest business achievement and then you author awards I on the one hand we can have community champion excessive Show and yeah to face. The helpless got trail trailblazer as somebody. WHO has made three minutes and results? We will been inspired by them. Yeah we've we've got offices breakthrough award. Somebody's had a bit of a breakthrough in the business. We got a New York. Take somebody WHO's doing. It will quickly made a positive contribution throwing themselves into the community. Yeah love it loving us. Stars are basically as you know alone tigers today through everything looking at a subset lab have every week trying to soak it side because I can say you would consider remember. Was It on a SEC. Yes so so I do know why so rich concentrate. We've gone nations three to some got third position. I should Yes passages will be reading gout. I'll be leading up. Nations ambassador will be handing tall fellow. You'll be every lead the legacy. He's actually would answer. Nobody knows me. In recent days date Mario. You'll play play you very close to your chest. I mean obviously I was very happy to to put forth names of people from my perspective But I think you will the only person that has the property trutv you so to speak Of of what goes on in the community across the board and so yes. It's very exciting I. I'm I'm quite excited about having an envelope to open uh-huh I'm calling this thing. Stuck to the asset to the kids that come along with the veggie sacked its cookie while we have He's got a business. This is interesting because I'm not sure with Renault anybody's going to want to do an acceptance speech H. I expect. It'll just be people. Oh my God I want something. That's amazing very much. An scurrying back down again of the will wall. She's though as already preparing his can just to commit on video and I like it. I like Eh livestream. Couldn't be with US tonight but I was. Who often thank you so you ought to check exelon? Friday November shall town oversee will be genus face life. So you'd be up. See what what is unique yes hustler take it out of the suggestive culpable offensive Francis speech. Rainy founds yet I had. I did actually somebody. WHO's coming to China two lines but by day's RDA? Herman so as I do what we say to title died she before he got you. Let me just honey. I listened to your podcast. Oh no I'm hooked on their end of the fact that it's just conversation I should between needs to become fairly sometimes but YEP yes. That's very exciting. Then somebody else talked to me at said. I've been listening to post who week Camila. Yeah I count. Translate are recycled cookbook. The fact that he's listening to both Cancer Ninety Lina by all they all that so. That's what that's three fans we know they're a few more of you out there than that. Thank you thank you. Thank you thank you because it does make a difference to us to know that you're listening Even though the chances all we'd still have this child anyway uh-huh might be slightly less guarded Saying that we don't hold much back But at at the same time it's he's lovely to to know that what we're putting into this appreciate by people. Thank you if such to decide that served me. Are you sure you don't want to talk about your appointment. uh-huh oh yeah. We'll talk about that later. Oh come on Mickey forward. It's a bit of wet too. Is tested walks. Take a shot to find out. You don't three years which up as a to hold this year Gap could again Okay this before. The end of the year is testing. said what. I didn't realizes that he's little different. Sound opposite Tested the whole thing to do blade his genius. How holiday is on squishy stuff along? That takes forever to me my blink reflexes so blooming quick honestly if it was nitpick spor I'd be with it's just crazy anachronistic Doug Blake. I'm trying to take walks off because of that reason but the scout saying when they sort of you know they check pitches of European Those choices quite yea a- and so then you go in there thank you know the pictures of green screen nations like why it is an odd thing. Saying I'M GONNA look at you like you. Probably don't really. He wants to hear also gods and then by us. Well it's kind of well. It's kind of like I. I really like you say bory guy the law. But it's you know Sharon's got boring is called B big ninety eight. Well yeah I suppose. I often often thinking that that might be something horrible to hear to you. Got Boring is by comparison. I suppose in context that's That's nice isn't it. But he kind of reminds me of the one of the first times I had contact lenses and I went for a checkup and optician. Or optometry store. Whatever they of two top the term? He said he was sites. We've got really deep. Is Arena defies like this deep set off songs. Okay how to guy for ooh right in the spicer. Conde de Data Micheals obviously the tested. The distance stood sumpter is Easter my distance. which is classes? Houston drawing change to three. I want you to read a little bit not much better Japan. Oh you spend a lot of time with the computers. Oh yeah yes that's true. Have you ever been tempted to get very well. But we attempt to those unless to my I test on stage but we will leave everything and cheerleader. He's Let's get glasses phone. Lashley Cup see days is what I caught see. It was just completely leads. Even that into Manhattan cocoa as you get older. Yeah somebody that somebody was telling me that you can get very equivalences now. Yeah well that's actually that that is something. I would want to investigate at some point because I've found now is with my is getting older For some reason but they are getting home. If I have my contact lenses since and like you I I would ask for distance. I don't need them for close up very lucky of how always had very warm vision however if I have my contaminants is in. I now calm home. Focus on fixing up Say for example it says bad now as if I have my glasses on when I have my glasses on the call and I looked the center of the Dash Board the clock And the radio station thing Display that is now blurry. Take my glasses off to see prickly what what's saying which which makes life fun if I'm following Satnav however so they're a very focal contact? Lenses will be interesting to me because I used to find it all the time when I when I was going to impact hockey still a chemical weapons in and then if I got a message from always a the teams or the could read it on the phone. 'cause concerning Suzanne is it is hey what's up to take on the often. Say He Johnny Ted Bundy look so that total one exactly now. Do you find that if you've got your glasses on and you struggling to hear somebody if you take losses off it's easier to. Yeah so I've unformed glasses since about eleven years old and apparently because I I used to think okay that's really which net because you saw iskoe nothing to do with your hearing Bu- I always found that if I was struggling to hear somebody took my glasses off. I was able to hear them them more easily. which is just a really really weird thing but apparently is quite common up because of the links between senses and and what have you The the glosses act as a kind of It's like your brain interprets it as a barrier in the way of you being able to use the sense that you need to if you take your glasses off wolf. It's like you're taking the barrier away broncos. All about Roy can hear properly now. It's renew old radio just wanted if you ever come across that but I'm not wait Araya so don't look at me like that. Other people found that as well as the all right so the dancing all right same. Mind Week Last week won't did I do. I had some a brilliant catch catch up with the one of number transport Manassas Marcin Christine Morrison So Christine wanted to have chattel round Online course who else creation and what have you so actually ended up giving us some some one to one time on Winston says died last week Because she was down in Bomas said that was lovely. Excuse me the coughing So that was really nice. Says spending that time Just being able to to help her on one to one basis basis we also filming downfall her a couple of videos and she's all the equipment and kit that she needs to get her mind call running. She's getting lots of interest from a Muslim her existing clients about the civil nine stuff that she's planning which is fantastic and And then she sort of come after after the blue really sets me. Oh and by the way. I want to Redo my website. You do that for me but okay. I'd love to get that done an integral the online online cool stuff with it and all the rest of it. So we're going to be you'll not in the new year which is fantastic So very excited to to help in that way which is very cool who So in addition to that last week I walls I also offering. I have not loved evening. outwith the two ladies the the icon lead the personal development green carrying name bomb us. So we sort of this kind of time of year We we get together and workout Subjects going to put out to the membership for what we could run as our events next year. Four events a year And so we try and get a different speakers in now to this myself and Marie Ob- obviously professional trainers anyway So that means that we can handle at least to the subjects that come up usually because it's a personal development saying we've got experience doing that but we will trust funds speakers to to probably things but it's all got to be down to members so he was put Paul out to our members to say right here is his sort of What we get longlist for the then we go through that long list and Kononov count the stuff that we think is quite specialized always probably won't be that popular An end up with a with a shortlist that we did push to the The Greek women to them So that's that's out to to the vote the moments I will find out. I think it's ended this week. We'll find out what are for such itself Next week which is very cool and we combine that with night-out which originally it was supposed to be night-out my birthday Back in October We're GONNA do a couple of weeks off to that but but then I had a few not go to on that day and it was all caught up with just rearrange it so we decided that we combine it also Because two of US runaround businesses. We don't really have a Christmas due to go to speak so we make acquisitions do as well. So that was really nice On Tuesday nights and we used to work together so there's a waste gossiped. KACHUCK chuckled from From the What have you and then besides that it was just trying to get lots of different bits and pieces in place So that You know to applying for or putting proposals in for various bits and pieces of work that kind of thing chasing off a few other bits And trying to keep things going ready for as long as Coulson December Because I think this is a I think it's actually a dangerous year for for small business signers because you do get a lot of people going. Oh Yeah we'll think the new year is like yeah okay but I still need to get money in December bills to pay In December so trying to keep things in place for for all of that And also reminding myself that it's a short week this week. 'cause we clearly Studied ready to you. Two days in the office This week for Mesa. I'm super crabby. And as much as I used to be even though it's still work at the the end of this week but we'll talk about all of. That's I'm sure come next. Monday's recording all of that. And then the weekend just around off Hokey Hokey as usual on Saturday and then we were out from meal on Saturday nights. It's my Stepdad's birthday today. The mondego like very much So we went out for really nice meal on Sunday night. That was lovely and then my brother came over yesterday. for Bryson and we we went out for another meal Yesterday lunchtime so I do feel all saints. You feel this whole weekend all live doing eating because my mom gets very excited when my brother comes out because it doesn't happen that's often. We have to make cake and then we have to make cakes. Jones Birthday says just like Oh have another piece of cake shortbread have another peanut butter. 'cause you have another at all God Anita Stop Painting just you know for goodness sake a yes. Of course I'm an adult I have choices etcetera etcetera but seriously mason if you've never tasted my mother's peanut butter cookies yet. Look Gorgeous Really Nice. Mellow type. which means that they're completely healthy for you thought so coach a cook. It can be the buffer. Do you now introduce legally while but in a well it given that we've talked all year about the ankle bake off. I think it would be remiss of you nought to provide some evidence. Taking price in Bernard. Marcus maybe muffins. Yes trae muscle ambassadors day tape. Buying those could be the president's. Yeah he'll ride. Okay then goodness sake I think she's trying to wrangle away out that one business. But they're the right. Should we move onto top of mind is five leagues not eighteen days most definitely so she. Having a conversation we have many patients sort of unite the throughout the course also of the week said what have you just random bits here and then normally but somehow he managed to get onto the subject of Passing Development and the importance of keeping learning actually rather than specifically a personal development Although I mean if he used as an umbrella term but it was more a she she was talking about A colleague of hers who's both had kind of adopted the position of everything I need to know and I don't need to learn anymore and it was just creating not such a toxic environment And I said to him at the time. That is a really good topic for for us. To have on the puck are so I promised we give her a shoutout. Tout which you dumps Larry up they got Emma. The this one's down to you The two yet the importance of of just keeping on stretching yourself on your understanding astounding and and the environment in which you're up rating agencies where we're coming from third that so I guess the question is Should she wants wants it. So important to impose should do this. This is the year for the offer personal missile development. You have done so much. I mean considering this time last year saying yeah I'm going to have next year is going to be personally the year and I'm GonNa set aside time and I don't know what I'm GonNa do but I'm going to do stuff now that he didn't imagine I was going to do smoke. Yeah but actually But yes that the research Me Cropped this just think I mean you can never know ethics in. I mean that was one of the reasons. Why did up still do you a stupid tax? Try a cool event. I went on connect Because I just saw well. I don't know everything I've got a membership of what I appreciate No good level of the McCurry et Cetera et Cetera. But you you can never know an I. An artist kind of went to Won't be year exactly but literally just it. He's trying to just make. Let's lock stock up. Sister I just don't know clearly is so need to learn about memberships of apply. decided to nothing so that it's about recognizing that there are always no matter. How on the surface? No matter the how good you think you'll businesses. It can always the bachelor. It's not just by the way that's not just a Financially pace currency questions. About the way you do things you know the quicker ways of doing things I saw them Ways of stressful ways older suicide say traffic to to to look at and she wanted to League's Come out with this shaved. May I think probably it's not a around was to forbid with my Khalil is how things have gotta the B. C. and enjoy the good of easy because I am. I doing Sachar surcharge. It's happening yet. You one reason push-pushback shades of doing things and just the kind of on the joining Loyd of learning you know well. Maybe it's amazing what what comes out of any living at students isn't really in deficit. So yeah that would be my reason. It's what I e. Yeah absolutely I think is important as well to kind of recognize. Is that Learning Pessoa Development. Whatever you want to call it? It doesn't have to be anything. Formal doesn't have to be a program. an official the program that you sign up to or anything like that it can be any instance where you just stretching understanding about something so reading an article making time to read Article Khalip an area you're interested in is learning that's personal development. Not Stretchy on stunning. I think if you all limiting yourself to reading about stuff that you already know about I think you can probably stretch yourself a little bit that but again. It's it's got to be your choice but as you know I mean I'm I'm a huge EEK for learning. I love learning about new. Do things seem if something comes along. What about instantly so You know I I try and consume as much as I possibly can about things that I don't know anything found But so I do find is is that I have to sometimes force myself to look for all the news stuff. If I'm learning about something that I've got a fairly good grabbing in Already and what I mean about. That is When I left Uni with with if my Business Studies degree which I took because I didn't want to decide what to do. So that was the best way still learning new things at such a pattern in my life breath but one of the things I had specialized in marketing. So I took the Post Grad Diploma in marketing often that I'm pretty much if he's kind of take social media out of the question pretty old digital moxie pretty much. The principles of marketing have state the same. They haven't changed but the the where I get. The learning from is finding different from people's different ways of using and applying those things. The principles is still the same. But it's about how you go about. Applying them which in itself does take into account Digital Shaw Marketing and taking those corporates pools which have been developed in an age where there was no internet. And how are they now being applied And you know what what things have remained true calm stanton and what things have changed so I think for me finding finding the newness In stuff I already know is is something I need to remind myself to do. Sometimes because of the ones I look something I've learned about that and again this is a huge passion for me. Five megabits about something it. The thing that's going to be much more attractive is the thing I know nothing about but soon as I learn a little bit dumb that what's the next thing And and sort of getting back dips think of learning is is really won't what is well And just challenging yourself to to try and think originally about things about concepts can be really cool as well. If you don't have that innate love of learning that sense that that there's more out for you to learn about then I can imagine that it probably does need to be something on the full that needs to be a bit more I guess transactional Real proper means to an end business. Yeah I mean I'm who is interested may about obviously a train as people who basically that profession is teaching trade trade allowing guests to learn but Yeah seventy China's to stay both suit best in themselves you still gary back one. Take time I come across all the time. It's just this huge barrier into the planning process willing to invest either because of money because I think that is a huge barrier. That have got get yeah. I think it's difficult. Isn't it trying to help people understand. And what the benefit is going to be especially when it some Professional learning context or his joining community like trying to talk on the thing because people we know that there are kind of seems the people get out of something like trying to talk but also it's a it's quite an individual thing because you know we. We don't know where everybody else easing that business. Which I knew you know? The history isn't getting to where they're getting to and therefore the bit that's going to be of most use to see them is is difficult to pinpoint thing Isn't it so the CEO will if you join. You're going to get this out to the future. And you're going to get that out of it. So he have to talking quite generic terms all you have to rely on people to come and do their own research and I think that is a difficulty For anybody who offers clues anything the tease in US professional learning capacity you with you. Try to talk stafan and helping China's to develop yup create grow that business me with the online courses stuff and to a certain extent the website stuff. Although I can I can kind of put that to one side because generally speaking most nice people are at the point where they know. A website is a good thing whereas with something like learning about how to create online courses. Demonstrating the value of something thing like that demonstrating to people You know the benefit of doing something like that Can Be quite a tough thing to sell because you you need an understanding of where the person is starting from us to understand what what to say to them is going to be the greatest benefit for the of doing nothing. Thank or to to join that community or whatever it might be So I think that For those of us that have opportunities for people to learn more and to push themselves and develop themselves I don't think we can sit back and go. Of course everybody understands. It's important thing today Ah You write it. See another lots of different reasons. Why people don't push themselves to to learn anything new one I think it can be scary For people sometimes because you to riches up points in life at his kind of Oh God was still murder you know. What point does it stop? At what point do I know enough off the coast the truth. Is You know exactly what you need to know to do what you're doing at the moment. It's what you're going to be doing tomorrow. And the next day six months a gate down the line. That's why you learn what to do. But I think the reality is the strongest athlete gets set satin bested that learning. Whether that be an you know finance or time reason. She's a world that we live. This is slow that we in these days. Things are changing so rapidly. You see all the technology that we you know we have to. Salaam has just been a get left behind Ya. What works They this year is to waive work in everybody's he's talking about could be neglected white wickedness J. in says yes that that is the reality of that so in I think the but technological Suda Platform said things that we use in our businesses now but we will use it ago two years ago. Scott freeze discoveries exude note before that Scott Thanks for coming along next year in social media As of yet what about that. Yeah another thing either. How may not I think I should be giving me? That will lease change. ooh Time they absolutely aid. They absolutely do and I think for me. They seize this is something that essentials my messaging around on my course creation and and you know unknown. I know that we've had this conversation. Before an uncertainty there will be people listening. The set will have heard me say this before doesn't mean I'm gonNA say again H I come across people less so now but you know I do come across people that so they say oh no you know You can't do let's talk online It can only be taught face to face is I am okay. I disagree with with that full. Stop about anything I I. I'm not trying to argue the anything. That is the way it's taught face to face can be taught online what I am saying es if you go back to you learning objectives a workout what. You'll learning objectives. Aw then you can find a way to get on achieve that learning objective objective through online training if you know what you do with online training if you know the capabilities woman tried you know what it can do. But if you're only experience of online courses has been that dreadful corporate rubbish multiple choice ticket books. Watch this more video tick box. Why go then? Of course you're gonNA undercut the fabulous experience face to face learning that you deliver a guy will that can't be produced online. No that can't be produced online but you'll learning objectives can and that's why it's important to learn about all the different things online courses Norman. Training Candy fully. Because you talk about buzzwords this year I have heard more than any other year blended learning blended. Learning is what people are looking for blended learning e learning So much more demand for it now and this is what I've been saying a furniture walls. This is more by way of saying I see told you say The sees sees what would have been trying to sight to people is your your clients originally will be. Oh you do online learning to you and then the next thing is going to be worte take for for online learning and pretty soon is going to turn into what does he do online learning so learned about it now so that it's ready for when you need it as opposed to panicking when your when your client says will yes. We will not program but we need to ditch l'ennemi to it a new. You ought not. So that's that's why I think it's important to to to look at all these things into account might be right in my business at the moment. But what's what's the next thing I'm going to need. It might not be online training if you are absolutely convinced the your training business. I'm talking specifically to try to now. If you'll convince your trading business couldn't survive for as little as you need it to without having a digital element to it more poverty more pouty but please don't shut it down and got no online. Training won't work so the stuff that you're doing is just not true and the reason I can say that is because I know why more about training the you do at the moment but I can help you. You know I can help you understand how to get the best out of online and how to incorporate in Indian business But just thought that refusal to even think about I think is the bit. That frustrates me. Yeah but I. You know the other benefits except That is often overlooks when he law suit thinking about doing some comment about men and learning. Is Mrs Die. REX WCHS soliciting to help passively. Alzheimer's can help Your Business. Connections that you make and I think the picked the day program this year currently do my online clog up Elliott the cash back night between amazed by it starts off with Mendez is missile her ground mastermind mcmansions landing in connects the connections. Obviously that we will make trading talk that is a massive benefit mission. It's just because thanks. Coach comes out those connections made between people huge huge amounts. I think if we were to a a plot just the amount of cross working the goes on from the trying to a community I think people would realize that it's worth ten times the amount they pet ship chip. Because if you get yourself involved in the community and that's why the United Hugh knows you challenge was so important because now I've got a very maybe go onto standing for so many more people is to who they are what they do and what their expertise is in. I like the more because I've seen them on video so if I haven't met them at trying talk live for example I know who they are now And I feel comfortable talking about them so I can afford them and onto anybody that I come across that says. Do you know anybody that does this thing And I think that's fabulous sudden and we've talked to a lot last week about breadth and depth thune formation. That's in there but you're so right about the connections that you make just in the act of joining learning learning set aside money just with is why goals Y- you name. It is because humans somebody a treaty paragraph holy. Shit will whatever it again as you said. It's about luck trusted into Patriots. They do Aswa keeps saying so as a result of that the psychiatric side tray so I mean the benefit of making sure that you all continuously learning is not just that you get the new learning. It's the possibility not of getting new business as well. Depending on on what you're involved in and what have you been making those connections. Yes I right about that and I think that so. It's I can't imagine not having a love and a desire to learn new things it is. Just it's it's a mystery to me how how people don't want to learn new things but I can. I can kind of understand it like CASSATT. You know having the fear of it'll not wanting to spend the money or feeling handle the tone lame to do it those sorts of things. But I would say that all of those are aw aw limiting beliefs there and the things that are actually holding people back which is a great shame? I think by and large in the financial community. I think we'd go people who all the salt the data. Yeah exactly exactly But so we know there are so many more people out there that kind of night on quite happy to do they want to do anything else. Thank you And is okay but you sort of you. He hit tales of woe. Who about some and I think as well we get some trainers that go into companies to deliver something and they're getting brilliant feedback? They should because Ziprecrui China's but some of the feedback is. This is so much better than the training at before all the training we had before was so awful anything there are still people out there. The all delivering the same. Why would defend twenty years ago An and that's really sad for trading in industry I think that's pretty sad But it we can't. We can't force houses in how we can do is try to make it easy to access than you just can is it to Jansen Asu If you know made you have any thoughts about your empty report. Wind Wind Up Knight Twenty Twenty Year Development. Just scared of the big as I caught him out to be doing next actually. No I think you'll still somehow somehow and and I would also say that there's still time to mend stuff before the the twenty nine the atmosphere. It doesn't have to take forever that's issue that's go. Yeah move onto autocell digest for jams being lead a big bets of this week so Jin label slate slate book price. His like Casey Point last night. So you know that's better than she was doing a pace. Donald molested it than the okay uplifted. You put a fence. She could be the end there then she went to sleep. I think society last week into like having a baby bed knocks wade so I've initially sleep by choice between saving safe pin and then not Gaddi so so as much she flat out on the floor Ecoles the Nice Day so she is that what is it. Oh my would would go from science. Laurie in my house was still head. Take some cold. That was the shock. I think that's the as long as she is not. What causes the stew? Then yeah the little incident with avoided. You did this launay because I nancy supply back from a look now. It's not one not two but three traffic hands on the side. The Roads Lancaster I K. Maybe they won't the scary carrier Pasta three chocolate this little. Oh my goodness. Isn't it. Funny Little Habits that we get into say just to help will help folks who did he. What may the industry sleepy dried about about the sheet? Good box late. Ah Yeah exactly one by US scam yes. Camp is still not going for his third with with the diaper. We've kind of the conflict into a routine. Now where either the first or the second is the MO walk And say that seems to be seating him him and and he's upset funds is on June. I I'm not GONNA push it. It's absolutely fine. Snipe problem We can do that. I'm still kind of adjusting to the routine oneself. So we'll get used to it. It's no Biggie But he loves it. When it's really frosty this morning? He absolutely loves it. I don't know if it does something into the different smells that come after ground or walk. The you know he he gets really really quite frisky When when the frost is round and he seems to be much began mood when no when that's happening as well so it's it's all good? I'll take that I want that but we were trying this morning to Get round it really quickly Say That I come back in and Goto to campus gym and it was just like Oh sang t before we started recording the universe was very solidly telling me this morning that no. You don't need to go to that account you can go to one later. 'cause just at every turn something kind of you know came amounts of the way to to get in the way so to speak in the traffic. This morning was just ridiculous. I mean much much worse than normal And everybody seems to be pretty bap mood mouth tests and on every so kind of a golden. We're getting into the city seasons while where people just got gang. Radi rainy antsy about about stuff. which is my my least favorite thing about? The city season about the Christmas period is just that people just get ready. Ready stupid and grumpy the and stress and all the rest of it and it's just saw. It's just two day slump on. I'M NOT GONNA I'M NOT WE'RE GONNA dog walking exactly exactly but He's I mean he's very happy he'll be very happy this week as well because he gets title mini holiday at my Mum's whilst on the way for Investor Day and trench alive and then on Saturday. I've got is not quite the last two hockey assessment assessment of the season. But I've also got the gym Christmas party on Saturday night so he's I should be there Friday night into Saturday morning and then I won't be picking him up and get until Oh Sunday so csm he's going to have a nice little mini holiday getting treats today absolutely nothing whatsoever Honestly he's perfect. Take the walk alongside Mom and he kinda doc- dressage walk. Worries looking up winning Lee at Wal Walking Connor slide ways Sort of you gotta retreat Gotree. Gods Trey got a tree. Oh mate honestly you just you know non shame absolutely no shame whatsoever As far as he's concerned but yes I I should have to go for extra walks next week to work off all of these guessing Oma. I'd say Yeah I shall La. I'm starting to put in the messages. Rams do not buy Christmas presents mytalk. He doesn't know what Christmas is. So there's no they point in buying Christmas presents but he s. I'm not sure that your is that will anyway anyway. So That's the Dog Walking Digest. Or righty. So we've goats one law shoutout for the farm of is trying to learn cool in go away in highlights any Irish listeners. The vicinity and get along to Chinese local at Halsey showed up the descent. The the Paul Ryan five petition. But we'll put the put the next show nights as blood you all set aside. You know that you can also book full any Cool and then the library to next year they have been the site for ages. We will we work well at about cells so anybody ask wants to have you on the next line as can you please look at the website. That's true and also actually if you want syndicate syndicat trying to live go to the train talk website not the trainer's training company websites Because I think we've got a few people recently who've been desperately trying to Funston wants new information on the trainers training companies trying to talk. Although I've I've priced in place. Is People hype for me. That'll point them the right to know the wait till the full text anytime now. Exactly clay exactly right. I always I've got trying to live next year already in my diary since dykes go because it's done on. I don't have to worry about what I've done it which is which is really cool? Okay so Shall we move onto the Michael smashing then as on file things so this is is topped at number. Thirty seven best practice number thirty seven and this is all about Recording your videos in wide screen settings safer anybody that's technically minded that sixteen nine as opposed to full three. Now this landscape it's a landscape setting and most modern versions all. Aw most the version of powerpoint is ready set up to automatically half your slides in sixty nine or landscape it wide screen setting getting so that's great But I'm not so sure about keynote Particularly because as I mentioned weapon with the with Christine Morrison last week She had some slides setup in keynote. But they've been set up on four three So what happens with full setting which used to be the standard powerpoint setting eighteen as well as when you record your video and with black strips on side of the video and it just. It doesn't just doesn't look very professional So what you want to think about as much but just making sure from the off. The everything sat in a landscape setting So that when it comes up on your hosting platform of choice whether that Sir Platform off of your website or on on you website that It doesn't have these horrible black strips on the side of it. An- looks professional Now the thing that selective con of put the spanner in the works so to speak for for this was when facebook and instagram and Pinterest and other social media channels started realizing that a lot of people who work consuming content on their mobile phones and on a mobile phone not so people actually watch stuff portrayed as post to landscape which conifer for as a Cypress bidwell spanner in the works. And actually what they're saying now is is better for facebook if you create something for people to consume on their mobile phone food through facebook. It's better to record it as a square setting as opposed to wide screen or landscape setting For instagram it's better to do it as portrait setting and Pinterest portrayed as well however what I would say is for most of US creating online courses. You're generally speaking going to be selling goes is into corporate clients as opposed to individuals. And even if you off sending them to individuals is most likely you're doing stuff on professional business this type subject in which case people are more likely to be consuming it either on the desktop. PC OR MAC O.. Orin laptop of some description the last smell mackerel. PC or indeed on on a tablet or the not less usual It is unlikely that people are going to be consuming profession. No business training on their mobile phone happens. He does happen but when you see all these statistics about how were all eighty. Five percent of people. Ebola or Romanian Snell may mobile find these days. Yes they all but that doesn't necessarily translate to cross to sort of online training. The Sir that we are as trainers is all luckily to produce. So I would say that it still stands that you want to produce your videos in a landscape a sixty-nine wide screen format for the best effect for whatever hosting platform you choose to have your online courses own But if you are looking to re papa size videos and use it in in any kind of social media advertising or anything like that just have to think about where you're gonNA place them and whether or not you gossip content that for example if it was to cut off the Russian Russian fall left of your screen. Would that make material difference to the way in which your content was conceived So it's slightly complicated. Now when I I wrote this best practice tip but I think it still stands that The white screen or landscape setting a sixty nine proportions CY sixteen widgets by nine which it sixteen across else by nine down With Times Height is the right setting for for ut so if you set everything up from the beginning in that. Full Matt Then you went trip opposite late stage. I very much welcome. Hey No juarez or right so I think my tease sees eighth Oh yes line sweet spot which is good. Although I'm GonNa have to be doing we'll be earlier than normal this week Because everything else that's coming up so anymore for anymore Sharon anything else that you think some of the interest today we have done Pathak Pathak. Well thank you as always I feel for your tunnel patients lovely listeners and you can get hold of us We're here until the end of the year At least until the end of the year so at trader took part is the twitter handle. You can contact Sharon via email on Sharon. At the trainer's training company they'll cater E. K.. All you can contact me genetic on. Gt at get that course. ONLINE DOT COM. We have lots of facebook places fee to find us Pages and groups oops and and all sorts of bits and pieces articles by Lincoln as well And we love to hear from you as we were saying at the beginning if you are a regular listener to the podcast. I'm that's what I was going to say that she Chris was saying to me that she's the whole cost so she's been baselessly which is lovely. So Hey hey Chris Maxwell So we do love to hear from you. If you are listening I said Please Day you get in touch with us. We would love to hear what you think. And if you've got auty sold for how you would like us to take the cost twenty twenty yet. Rose learning always learning exactly do that all right everybody take care. Thank you very much as say we will speak again at that.

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Men in Blazers 01/11/21

Men In Blazers

53:23 min | 8 months ago

Men in Blazers 01/11/21

"This is rebecca. Lowe will rebecca if you listen to sub optimal radio and you on this thing to men in blazers on the nbc sports network from the embassy row studios in the crap part of bedford new york and the crap part of the stand of long island apologize for the sound of the geese squawking. They score in the background going crazy. And thus we're very excited about this ethic cup weekend. I was gonna say took him gay sweet back like all creatures. Great and small law made a lot of tweeden show. It's on the bennett. Watch laced the app to put report and the really dark is today's woman on wednesday route to nestle. In killing afternoon what some caribou football semifinal less and the next we are split screening the horror of the attack on the capital. Just on spooling. This much smarter more informed places that you can get your news from and please god hard. Can't on news from the place. Them men in blazers but how you holding up saving. I'm doing okay. I mean. I think a lot of people Sort of in shock you know whatever side of the political spectrum. You're on this has been shocking living in moments of great instability in a pandemic you know on top of it as well You know more than ever. You know you and i said lock. Football is an escape from all of this. It's a it's a really welcome by version. I found myself. Certainly you know trolling the darkest corners of espn plus this weekend. Fa cup game. I think i even watch german football. Which for regular listeners. You know how far how low. It's come if i have to watch german football. Yeah i'll speak personally because as regular listeners. New well the idea of america as animated my own life and such profound ways. When i've needed in the past and my god how i've needed it november the third. I woke up at five in the morning to stumble through that chill daily morning. Humor late full manhattan to vote in my very first election really to participate as citizen in the american democratic system and that that was one of the proudest. I'm most really moments in my life. Standing in line with fellow. Americans shapes sizes backgrounds in really a fiesta like atmosphere was the culmination of a of a lifelong dream and to watch that idea of america. That dream be another mind and threatened to be threatened from within this week. It's been devastating. I got an amazing tour of the capital. I must've been about twenty two years ago when i was producing a special at. Abc slough to the president of ford's theatre and the night before we had this amazing reception president sonoko attic. No bill clinton he replaced go to. You're still still got a christmas card. And i i had a had of god an amazing two of the capital was actually an orange. You know unlike you. i'm not american. I'm still a visitor in this country. I was so staggered by the beauty of that building and in comparison to i love the houses of parliament. But you know it's a very impressive from the outside inside it's not inside. The capitol is just jaw dropping. Lee inspiring. I just encourage everybody. All americans who haven't had a chance to gun sit all go and said it's so phenomenal as the tiles from in the capital from sheffield right. Now they wouldn't get tasks from sheffield from somewhere in england. Daba show so much detail in that building on we'll say so many. Gop's work in the capital day to day but carry on you took in utah. It's a place of such calm and such serenity and such history it's just staggering to think that something like that happened there. I'm one of the tiny details which really told me watching it. As the attack is brig to the windows to the capital. They chanted usa usa usa and we texted at the towing that chan. Really it really. Bring me. Because i've been to countless. Us soccer games. Where that usa usa usa roles across the field and is just typically symbolizes. So many great times so many great family night in a football stadium and it was. It was profoundly sickening to hear it from the mouths of this mob stemming congress and undermining the very day of america. i've i've spent this lockdown. We've talked about a law. Julie have written page every ten times talked about on the cost my memoir which is just love letter america. It's called it. I've told you white called. David it's called reborn in the usa. Clever it comes out in june. And i can't tell if it's a great time to have it coming out the worst timing but do you believe this. They running has reinforced. My understanding that the idea of america has given me incredible courage in my life at different times in my life. And i now who america itself that we americans of got the same courage to grapple with what we are and what. We have become an really believe we can. I'm in the one thing. I've always subscribed to And certainly was raised by my father. Up who you know. Ultimately you know was part of the protection of democracy all over the world is that democracy is messy and we may think that are. We'd arrived at the end of history and everything was settled in america and we could just be the global placement. Democracy is a work in progress. In you have to keep on you know expecting an an inspecting and and and making sure you're on the right track and let's hope positive. Dave oh here. Let's hope that what has happened over the last week. And what happens over the next few weeks months is for all americans a chance to move forward and do what president-elect biden said and try to bring the country together in some way To me that seems incredibly incredibly vital and important and it's something that in terms of you talking about the the fans to chant us at usa usa soccer games. It's about unity. Writes about love of country above all and love of the shirt. And that's something that you can unify all of us and and that way you know football can only be a good thing a man. Okay roach the men in blazers show. We saw. i'm sorry to. I'm sorry to now after that to bring such a download onto wherever they get down to. We're ver ver in such a place. But it's gonna get worse. There is no bottom on the medic blazes. Least important thing in the world many blazer show and also the crappiest thing in the world returns with our first show of the calendar year mixed tuesday. That is there. There'd be more tuesday january nineteenth at six pm. Eastern time on nbc. And we're going to break down. The top of the table clash between liverpool and manchester united plus special guests christian pulisic and to balance the scales. A little bit. We believe in equal time here. A gent who has property everton future islands. Samuel herring to amazing gents the big takeaway from christian pulisic for me which just the level of optimism excitement surging finish young crop. Us talent doesn't just exist for us. Fans exists italy within that circle the place to when it comes through loud and clear and spending time with samuel tapie herring a passionate. Blue key is self described bossy in the box. State champions centreback for his under thirteen team in north carolina. He is proper proper everton. And i loved speaking with him about mr collies transformation and by a singular approach to music. And till. you don't have to give me a spoiler. But i could imagine that christian must be thrilled that they're all these other players coming through for multiple reasons. Obviously the team is going to be better and it's very good for the. Us moving forward but also takes a little bit of the pressure off him and all the focus on him he has other people to share that pressure with now before breaking news. Now they got me in forcement. Be goose okay. We have a packed show in which will marvel at the magic or lease sleight of hand of the. Fa cup will cost that. Mind forward to the premier league's returns and look at the top of the table clash between liverpool and united the aforementioned clash plus a teenager roach becomes the first american to score a bundesliga hat trick. But i can we get a toast brock. Leo let me open. This smells so good. And i want to raise my first third birthday today to all the journalists and the media who have spent the past week working in the capital with such bravery. It's not really what you sign up for when you become a household senate reporter to sudden they report. Essentially from a war zone in particular won't raise a toast to routers congressional reporter patricia single-a a long time. Jfa pay and a longer time liverpool fan. Who tweeted us. Wednesday afternoon in the midst of the chaos that she'd been locked down in an undisclosed location with hall for the house of representatives. And she said you know when she tweeted. I thought lord only knows what sense of fair and terror. Mr swirled around that room and she tweeted us to say she was coming. 'self by humming. You'll never walk alone. And they made twitch have to say. I found so deeply beautiful the notion of a football song and football memories and the joy of the game that we love and the connection it fosters providing a calm in a may one of mortal failure. I raised my pud fan blood to patricia to allah journalists who survived the literally lived to tell the tale. When you walk through still hold your head up pie and don't be afraid. Did the dog at the end of still does golden sky and the sweet silver song of lock carriage. I don't know what's in. Donnie o'sullivan of cnn supports roach but then carry man was just outstanding. The most brilliant brilliant work on the day and since wrote. I believe he signed boom. It's likely it's like they. Will they still start there. Okay before we get to the football shoutout to draft king sportsbook the presenter of this podcast download top rated tracking sportsbook at now a news code. Mba when you sign up for a limited time new users can get a sign up bonus up to one thousand dollars. That's right one grand. Just enter code when you sign up only at trafficking. Sportsbook must be twenty one or older new jersey indiana or pennsylvania only bonus comprised of a i suppose bonus in. I bet match each up to five hundred dollars. Deposit bonus requires twenty five times playthrough restrictions apply draftkings dot com slash sports. Football details gambling. Problem call one eight hundred gambler or an indiana one. Eight hundred nine with it draftkings. The best king sids mitch richmond. Okay wrote to the football and the only magic that rivals job blue of the fa cup before we get into the games. Let's talk big picture. Oh man i mean we talk a lot about the magic of the fa curve. And i guess by that we mean a can. The witch sheffield united. Actually wanna gay. But every year we dust off our enthusiasm for their fake. David may we always like. Oh you don't know. Just how big the fa cut was when we were young. Right dave in european competitions weren't so bloated and all consuming and fa cup finals with some of the only live games. Have abreu costs an english tv. Which made them loom so large much nations. I mean to me the fa cup and the league cup. Sorry carol have become such an anachronism with corona virus wreaking havoc on the fixture list and teams like aston villa. Adobe county unequal to failed a single first team player clubs here in always aleisha should. They told of an been played at all issue. Let me take the opposite side. Quite apart from tradition and the fact that the sort of you know the big clubs have profited lot from the faa over the years and from the carabobo. Whatever that is the great tradition in grave condition but for the smaller clubs. This is hugely important way to rally their fan base. it's a way for them to make significant revenue. Of course this year with no fans you know for a club like you know you know for club like him who going to chelsea that would have been a significant revenue. Driver for them to take their fans to stamford bridge. They share in the gate. They do the whole thing's and of course they don't get that but we have seen. How much money. Marine for example managed the race this weekend. And that's that's a good thing. I do agree with that. david. And i think there's a way of getting those club some money without having to play these games against the backdrop of a time when there's a growing in england whether the premier league should continue a tool right now launch late. The only advocate really going out very happens to be delis who says hey. Relegation thought to driving him to be the most outspoken proponent. For right now but this weekend for me because it kobe and lineup so just a ridiculous. All this weekend felt like football without consequences really did. Yeah maybe maybe frank lampard and we'll chat by that would have been harangued if loss but ball that a cone really think of another game which really mattered in the in the schema things to the bigger team. There's lots of we'll talk about it. Lots of lovely lower league human interest but the fa cup this year feels like an unnecessary triumph for the spirit with a lovely cute grassroots stories kind of undermined by screaming sensor huddle weekend which is why is this all happening. And i i really do believe the fa cup. The league cup. The category should have been canceled. Let let the pros money from the faa be shared equally between the clubs in the bowels of grassroots. Bullet need it. But i do believe and we're about to eradicate all of this thinking by diving into it and reveling in it and even now as we poured liverpool manchester. He did have been drouin against each other in the next round even going to look forward to it but i do believe all of english. Football would have been better off this weekend. I think it also helps individuals. That help delhi alley as well and there must have another page plays. You got a chance. He wouldn't have got a chance this weekend. But i take your point but just let's not forget this and also answers. Sam allardyce his calls for a pause to the premier league. When you spend something when you stop something starting it up again is next to impossible. And a pause on the premier league season will probably result in the end of the premier league season. It's so difficult to start it up again roach and especially with the football calendar the way that is coming this year with the euros at the end of it. I just think you got to be careful before we get rid of these traditions and while it's still there let's just revel in the traditions and magic of the fa cup rods dive on an okay. We can ruminate on whether or not it should be played later next week again next year the year after that but one thing. That's not up for debate. Is the joy that this past weekend fixtures brought to some of the smaller clubs non more than eight fifty merseyside-based marine afc. The mariners hosted none. Other than josie marino and tottenham hotspur on sunday has never been a bigger gap between two teams playing in the fa cup. That's amazing ever one hundred and sixty one places in english. Football's pyramid and yes spurs made short work of the semi professional outfit winning five nil behind a carlos. Vinicius hat trick. But despite that scoreline the romance was high rossett park where global superstar gareth. Bale shed the pitch with a bit man a garbage collector a teacher and a plumber and it was gareth. Bale who had to come off the bench marine afc telling me club down the road from where a griffin liverpool. When i was a kid i started. He'd go watch marine le. You can watch matches because you actually knew the playing his. It'd be like oh you a temporary phys ed teacher. Oh the kid of your local shopkeeper or the son of the gulf club secretary was playing defender. he'd go watch. And to watch mighty spurs change in the bar before the game and take to the hallowed turf of rossett par that telling me jewel books of an old school stadium slither of gross jammed in between two streets of terraced housing. So song for me. It was like a waking dream. I mean there are numbers on the fencing all around the marine ground. So that the groundsman they which house to run round to where the ball is kicked into their marino. They'll proper football david and this kind of work. And what would you compare it to in america. It's like what in the la dodgers play like the best fast pitch softball beer pub team in america. It's not even playing single a really stay. Which a full of players who have been you know who've been signed by the big teams and then they then they go down and planet. It's it's literally playing something unheard of playing against the sort of a. Jv high school basketball team. Or something. i don't know it was bloody magical. I i mean the entire squad of marine earns a combined two thousand three hundred and seventy four dollars a week. They are all part time as you said one of the plays is garbage man. Another just got a job working in kobe contact. Tracing there was just a energy around the game both around the ground people drinking wine and what in back gardens but the big teams everton lending marine training ground liverpool. Giving them the scouting nets on spurs tottenham though classy is should be said from start to finish they were aware the hosting spurs in a normal year would bring gate receipts that. Were keep marina fleet for years and that the pandemic deprived that so they boosted the signal marines decision to sell virtual tickets for the game thousands of you listeners. Thousands of americans during didn't on this and marine announced thirty thousand virtual tickets were sold and didn't thirty five thousand dollars an incredible crock of gold at the end of the rainbow for clever. This statue. This is really like cool. Runnings cleats david. It was it was magnificent. Alerts should be submarine. Didn't exactly fill the rhythm. All the roy spurs knocking the ball around tried to find that patent. The pitch was bumpy confines. Awkward scene to loud their element as a fans drank in their back garden and shouted kuma marine these however they did almost take the lead raja. Yes on twenty minutes. Neil king nate into the spurs off troy along looking up. He still those just joe hall infants. And the spurs defenders gave him a convoy. He just spent the ball from thirty yards. Joe johanna called love. God knows what was going through his mind thing. You still confused by the lack of pre-game tunnel. But the bull debt spanning the woodwork. And i was i. Oh my god marine. If i'd gone would have ended. Joe her but did you send it. Especially because he he viewed that game as a trial for him for marine. I can do the garbage yet but not to be not to be. Yeah then miss woke up spurs. They preceded four goals in the next fifty minutes venezia's netting three of them deadly alley set the brazilian up enough space with yet. What the boss. Still into the empty net and then celebrate wildly with the emba- piece. La bastard dally involved in the second again for vinicius put you saw. He just looked doomed even known that no matter what he did no matter what the final score marina was going. Find some reason to blame memphis on claim it was all fault vinicius hat trick with a fine finish and there was one lovely moment david in the second. Half alfie divide is a baby. He's younger billy gilmour. I think he might be. Billy gilmour. curry became spurs youngest. Ever play when he subbed on sixteen years hundred and sixty three days old incredibly escort within six minutes and this is remarkable david. He was born two months after marino's special one press conference where organized la. David can you believe yeah no. It's unbelievable the babies are coming. You know when these players routinely are playing now who were you know. Basically during the euro's after the euro in two thousand four it's just alarming five nail one and there is no romance in football stealth huge week for spurs into the fourth round of the fa cup and the final of the caribbean cup. And just four points off the top of the league but this was about. Marie has part time football as the players to wake up this morning. Go to work just like you. Dave sometimes losing is winning. David when spurs classy to the end send all the marine players tottenham jerseys that they couldn't exchange in person because of covid compliance and also beautifully handed over the club's scouting report on marine. Which is a remarkable thing. I'm guessing for these part timers to read how professional scouts few that game. This was a week that the play as the staff and fans marine will treasure forever and to me. That club everything. That's great about football. See there was some magic in the fa cup road marine. Didn't pull off the upset. Several other underdogs did do the business league to crawley town. Smashed leads three nil at the people's pension stadium. You live by the bill sir. You die by the. This is just astonishing to witness one of these teams midtable in the primarily and get employed it for their quote fearless. The other is in the bottom division of the english professional game. And if you nothing what unit for cruelly with the big club because this was no giant. Killing smashing grab cruelly league to cruelly tactically outplayed leads dominate midfield crack. The leeds defence. As if they were first quarter. Pittsburgh steelers a lovely moment. Nick sorolla the twenty one year. Old english cypriot netted his first senior goal shoulder drop shimi's round through half delete backlog and then drilled the ball a player who has reduced to tae is at the final whistle foam a spurs trainee released by them then released by brentford plummeted. Three divisions was in a terrible car crash. For years ago there was to have ended this career so for him to step flay four lead defenders and be a hero on the football field. David it was humanly beautiful and then they end up bringing on a reality stuff. They so don't take lead seriously. They bring on a reality star at the end. This is chefs cared. I mean they in two goals through leads kiko cassia. I mean what a hell of a game he had. And there's the chef's kiss subbed on thirty-three-year-old reality tv star mark roy the essex from tally arrears. Oh yeah love the as essex. Boy i i had no idea. I just know that. He's which is a character who was in you vaguely in a youth system and some cup. I think maybe even taught them as a kid became famous in reality. Tv and is now a new show. More roy the lost sean. Trying to get back into football at the age of thirty three for me. Watching trendall on was just peak english tv through the looking gloss. Well what would the american version b. david. Would it be like the cleveland browns sabine pulley at the end of the i mean the only way is essex is closest to the jersey shore. Exactly the only way is essex has more of a jazz alling but say not. I should mark right. He hasn't potential to my knowledge. So it is. It's sort of like pauly. D. or vinnie. Getting subbed on at the end. May the happen and stan kroenke. You're listening to this fusion of television. Football is the future. We've watch nickelodeon light. Just take nfl. To the next level. stan kroenke. no you're listening. Get the kids interested in your sport in your team next. The playoffs want you to lesley stahl. Qb for the rams may be massive cruelty. Dan announced the win on twitter by dropping a beep from the face. The british office. Ricky jay saying well leads doing well and that is essentially what realizes the true magic of the fa cup now distilled which is just team's lineup. Each other with great tv show referencing gifts. That's pretty well. I mean the one thing. I will say that the fa cup still does wonderfully well. David it puts on display humor days distinctly british and great because of that and it has become a chance to shine for lower league manages. Many of whom seem to like. Tell me zag all of them. In the fa cup third round can have their moment can assist us. Also great you end up with teams like cruelly and truly can just make fun of england for just ridiculous as is probably a wall in a dole in bali. We have all these stupid placenames. You about cruelly dot croly cruelly is in essex. I've been cruel. Your naked was north of the river. But it's yeah. It's i mean it's a bad scene on friday night when the pubs close. That's all i can tell you about crawley. Great donna kebab won't cruelty is an incredible one. No they don. The kebabs on leads lulls q. Leads losing to cruel leap. How good is possible ads. It's great to watch jokes all over twitter. Lead you funds. You can hide behind. Yeah we've got a dismal. Fa coat recco. We've only gotten past the third round five times in the last twenty years but there is a serious footballing point to be drawn from this game. The way be elsa drives his team in training and on the failed they are perpetually alleged to wilt in the second half of the season and he leads. performance was woeful. Yes it could have been a one off that they just went asked to vacate it up. But keep watching keep monitoring and they lead second-half dip in the primarily law. That may be tragic possibility again. Another pair of upsets. We should mention sixth tier truly not crawley defeated cova decimated wasser less. Darby two nil. They should just change their name to be prepared for future. But full marks truly magpies here raj and league. One blackpool saw off west brom's amps west brom on penalties often. Neither side could break the deadlock. The see ciders. Send big sam packing from the resort town where he's led so many pike rules. Thanks re penalty say's from their keeper and captain just back from covert chris maxwell pig sam winless now in five games since taking charge in december days granted full strength baggy side but black pool had one one of their last five league matches and one of the most proactive team throughout this sordid affair. We'll say being able to be a team in the bottom. Half of league want doesn't bode well for west brom's championship campaign next season. Yeah we have not a win. Since he's taken he did manage to draw with liverpool east. Paid the devils price. I am however thrill solely and ailing factory town between manchester and wigan famed in england as the home with the chocolate cake a fruit fill tie probe very popular in the alad ice house and they pulled off the shock at around dropping way moonies darby adobe name and outbreak of covid memoirs. An first team ruled in isolation. They had to fill the team so rule against the national league nor side that the darby plays. We'll numbers one to eleven on the shirts because none of them the first team squad number never before they in their hundred and thirty eight year history at the club. He made the third round but they have now into the full. Please call dot. Continue that tradition of singing adele. Someone light year after everyone. That's why don't you sing it. It's the only tune in everyone in the locker room nose jack kind of level of how they went around the work that ven diagram of musical tastes huge respects that manager jamie demilio who is a lower school headmaster had to juggle preparation for the game with overseeing schools closing the same week and the truman of the match groundsman. Ben kay spend the night before the game rotating tiny heaters around the pitch while eating one domino's pizza after another to make sure the field was mildly. Playable never ward hope. They could now make as much as six hundred and seventy five thousand dollars from their fake had were which they've now facing every full league sides drop them all that money that can buy a lifetime of pizza and that is the magic of the fa cup. David i'm not who they blame. Wolves walls papa. Smirk is going to have to go to truly. He's going to be very confused. Nothing prepared him for going to on new now. We propagate adele. I'm not sure by the way we'll eat dominoes. Pizza has to do with keeping the ground fit. But i do think they named these things in the hope of late but he's budweiser gave marine. God love a huge a huge crate of bad for the locker room and create for every one of members of their fan club which is about twelve people. I think they lace into every whimsical story. A brand name and the hope that yes domino's pizza have stepped up around giving pizzas for everyone. It's up is which is so good. Okay now the fa cup news aston villa one liverpool four a covert outbreak at villas training ground. Force them to fill the team of baby villains baby little frat boys seven on the twenty three players and four from the under eighteens and after going behind in the fourth minutes or saudi-omani goal the children's stormed back drawing level through a goal from seventeen year old. Louis barry great finish in the end a strong liberal lineup outlasted the boys and berbie but these kids did the shirt proud. Roger pledge night of the frat house game the probably should have been cancelled and probably should have been a walk. Villa first team ravaged by covid causing the villa to quit most of the team so young mums and dads to drop them off at villa park. And i just i just imagine that youth team entry funding out to be like. Yeah you kids gonna play playing we playing this only livable year. Can by the great purveyor of the need for five subs in football players are so exhausted. Didn't stand down despite. The team's grueling schedule philip a very strong senior side. I guess a wobbling three games win may have been the mind or revenge for the seven to defeat. Philip talk elliott this season or the five nil defeat that an experienced field aside dumped on roy young. The police team the clock to fill in canada of last season. Whatever phyllis kids undaunted forty five minutes. Liverpool huffing puffing. Yes monday don't care for youthful dreams. He opened the scoring inside four minutes. But in the feu first minute. Seventeen year old louis berry. You may or may not be gareth berries. Great grandson like young. Mike eleven finish clinically. Really in a way what joy i mean. This is also incredible. Barry was born the same week. James milner who's also on the failed made his debut this whole rat. I feel like the whole. That was just a this to middle age. People remember the name louis berry emane of won the game. But i'm guessing you could say nickelodeon. Vp liverpool blew the game out in the second. Half clock praised. The villa kids villa revelled in a moral victory by posting a tape of their starting eleven after the game. Getting into a van together to go home. The villa kids is an animated series. I'd watch that in. A second carpool on. The way must've been lent. We bury shotgun warm. Big no for liverpool club said this week. It's unlikely the club will sign a back in january because of the economic issues arise on the covid nineteen pandemic. Why pay when you can get. John oliver on the free david okay. The team liverpool will play this weekend and breaking news also in the next round of the fa cup halls. japan trae search tools. David just thinking we say this every year but listen this need to know. How do these drills happen. How in the fa cup fighting for survival is relevant. Every single round through the best possible clash that can be done on paper. David game show. Dave reveal how years ago i produced a game show with the price of a billion dollars for four pepsi called play for billion and as part of this we had to figure out a way to random to have a random draw at some point and we sort of went around. We're trying to get insurance against the billion dollar prize. We sent around all of these state lottery. People and people experts in random draws on what was the best way to get a random draw that would both appear random to the public very oversee random and would actually be random and i asked in a conversation. I believe with the guy who used to run the florida state lottery. Or how about one of the ping pong ball machines. Because i've seen that fake up seeing that done in woke up and that guy said to me almost verbatim the only reason that you would ever use one of those machines with the sort of the pong balls all delighted is if you wanted to manipulate the draw but because by heating them up you can very much all putting colored very much manipulate which ping pong ball rises to the top. So i'm not saying it is manipulated but were you. If you were going to manipulate a draw it does seem that that would be the machine us and if you the fa cup if you'll the fa and you need a story line because chile versus wolves isn't doing it for your crawley versus former and you lose something more exciting. Oh i dunno liverpool manchester united. The number one two team as we poured in english. Football will go against each other in the next round of the fa cup understand so the he at the liverpool ball and the manchester united bowl. And then they tell the person making the drew a saint petty crowds. This was an inside job. That involved him but let's say they tell him the too hot ones make sure grab them with folks with the faa mate happens. It's done but how do they know how to what do they do. They have to kill. And peter crouch afterwards exact sequence of people hating but it knows appear to be the of all the people. Have you'd have peace of crouch during the draw that it just seems fishy hop bulls an absurdly tool human being. Who's also a pundit has played for basically every team in every single tier of english is high is just like magicians i. I absolutely to look into the roble ball yet. Don't notice just a waves of heat coming up from the bulls as he's fingers burned as to make the you don't notice the smell of burning human flesh touches a livable goal in the manchester united. I just don't like fever when they do that. Jules figo they roll on one of the ronaldo's rollout. Louis van gogh put the so many people who are in on this conde. yeah but clouds. He's a daily mail column. it's excellent. it's good. They must have something on all of these people. But thank you for your service because not nothing to next so you know you did united yes rudge united. They defeated what for one nil behind a fifth minute. Header from captain scott montana. United will play burnley tomorrow before that massive clash on the weekend scotland. Five minutes in his head. We'd be he loves it. He loves the noli. Go latman no a performance. Remember but the real focus on tomorrow's game at burnley david. This is astonishing. Draw or a win will see manchester united rohingyas to the top of the table. This is not a drill. Can you believe it right before. They face liverpool anfield for clash of the ages. They're going to go top of the table. Yeah it's amazing it's amazing however who knows this premier league's naked. Lose to burnley wrote it. We have no idea. It's just that to me united. Going top of the table is just the perfect emblem of the craziness. The lack of quality but the high level of dramatic narrative of twenty twenty. One football. the you know you think could be clear at the top of the table at the end of next weekend. They is fantastic. Wonderful and tragically mind-blowing. No one is more surprised than elegantly. Socia- no one is more smug than edward. Would they mystically master plan. Okay another team looking to stay. On form arsenal the mighty arsenal the current fa cup holders sore of newcastle two nil in extra time. Thanks to late. Goals from croydon. Katie be another boy from south london. A smith row and another young upstart pierre. Emerick obama yang. That's four on the spin. In all competitions for mckellar set aside although they had some help from bovine universities profligate andy carroll in this one. Won't you in this game. I thought the joe. English taylor's us to tell about the fabric that crappy fabrics tell customers. Never mind the quality fail. Lewitt's i'm for nineteen minutes. He wasn't pretty. It was a third. You performed little conjured ninety minutes for arsenal fancy. Just fume at perry mason william asia trading code. He's got cinderblock starting to his ankles. He's pace. I mean what jim william be out run by. Andy carroll is not great. Bob but is mind boggling. How us a team with so many massive contracts causing huge problems for their squad could so hopefully fling another one on. How would you understand. William and there's implosion as football is a former chelsea beloved. While i mean it just shows you where when you lose the step willion three seasons ago willie an could routinely be anybody in the premier league with the bullet his feet. He just like he just would receive the bull and it run around almost anybody and you just only frustration with him is. Why doesn't he do that more often. What does he do it more directly. What isn't the always run around. every player. after he receives the ball lassie's new started to notice him having some struggles with that but he was getting better distributing. The ball is making great decisions. You scoring from set pieces. Schools wonderful goals for chelsea last season at i would say the first half of the season he was chelsea's best play last year but towards the end of the season there were signs that that pace it gone but it is accelerated so fast this season where he just doesn't have it anymore. I don't think it's about lack of care. i think. Honestly he's lost. His legs just lost them and asked the fans of lost. Their minds took him aunty. Carol told you used all his goals for the season when he scored against the last week it was a big mistake. Dude could have had a hat-trick. This woman killed the game off the death. He didn't an extra time also took a grip on the game. Smith row finishing smalley. That dude now have the direct handed goal in six of his eight appearances. This season. he in saka and tierney arsenals arsenals everything. I mean without those three the rest of the team so slow so bloated really a papering over the cracks of a squad that's got much below that trio and what we've seen to be really promising surface having said that arsenal four wins on the trawlers. Forget the negatives have just said oh score in clean. She asked fans forget. The ninety minutes of incipient football preceded it and just revel in glory. Yeah man a win is a win. As we mentioned four wins on the trot. And this stuff you know. Bills momentum momentum is a very important thing we saw. The nfl playoffs this weekend and good for them. And also i like a meal smith row sir. Going to sort of write down the depth chart with their squad to honor him and just seems like a really intelligent small hard-working football south harrison or shrewsbury town and the next round. No hot balls. They're interesting okay. Chelsea for morecambe nil with rumblings about job security super frank sets out. I pretty strong chelsea lineup. That does the business over the league to shrimps who were playing their first match since boxing day because of covert. It's not just the goals but the goal scores. That will have pleased frank. here mason. Mount school team over underscores the scored by school. And that was verners. I in eight hundred twenty seven minutes of football league. Two more kim. Can we play you every week. You mighty shrimps team beaten mountain and tip tree and solar home more in previous rounds but less effective against clubs were only one name. Frank no after running a three winless games entering this teetering pressure. Here unleash the kraken aka billy gilmour. Things have worked and david because he's semi looks even younger is some talks knows what he's done the shaved the other i've ever raise even the starting lineup. Kappa in goal bumbled and adam phillips chace over his own line. actually that was up by kept on. I thought it was a great safe. They had a completely different view. Of that sauvignon mistake. Oh fantastic coincided actually called eclipse short. It's actually contacted as the chace. Did you crap your pants. Just for a second. Ed david when i thought it'd gone over the line yes. I don't think i ever expected malkin to win this game but look this was important. Some important chelsea players got some important minutes in some important goals and stats roger. And i think a lot of headlines go about verna but i actually think the game. That habits had probably more important for chelsea. And billy gilmour. Because i think this was more. Than just like giving billy gilmour few minutes i think billy gilmour maybe starting in that position for chelsea for the rest of the season. God love chi- have it german ralf wiggham. I was so. I was humanly relieved when he scored a goal when he did a big. I mean amazing to see verna score huge relief for him. I mean i was just glad the narrative of jokes the new arsenal commentators reveling in chelsea's failure in the eighteen. Th minute the very second. He was marveling at the pressure. Rising for frank polly that franklin both son mason mount. He's just got the ball. Commentators said mason mount no goals eleven light just a coin to the bottom. Right corner is revelling in every single failure wax paying the ball into the corner from long range. Twenty second birthday present to himself. And i've got to say am i wrong to believe this game as he did mean something teammate. First goal in forever's eac looking like a magician again from a confidence boosting win franklin. Paul didn't mean everything but meant something a chelsea fan. I think it meant something getting these players. Some minutes and getting them a good feeling coming out of a football match. I think that perhaps the two most important things for the game that kaya habits had as he works back to fitness and just the nature of is performance gliding past players. the the brilliant run from such intelligence h. Ball to the back post the headed back. The team averted a score and then his own thundering header later in the game. So i thought that was strong some good performances from members of the squad who haven't had great games. This season caesar as pillow. I thought put in a decent shift. Talk about legs. Gone down the right and i thought that was important and even kappa got a game and that's in a dressing room. That apparently is full of some very unhappy people who don't play anymore. I think it was important. I think a cup run could actually be important for chelsea. They've got a very tough during the champions league. So i think an fa cup run My means something to the club especially off. They lost the final last year to To that bitter rivals arsenal. We'll say interesting thing from krisztian politic. When i did talk to her his goals for the season first thing he came out with was was a a cut went below also. Same fantasy him. The one you mentioned was the champions league. Yeah i mean. I gotta tell you that is still a still waiting for a few players to sort of explode. You know we. I don't think we've seen the best of of of zaire. And i don't think we've seen anything like the best of of christian pulisic yet and as much as we talk about verner and have seen over and a has nine goals and six assists in all competitions. This season have five goals and five assists christian his two goals and assists in all competitions. And i think that definitely chelsea's back half of the season is going to depend quite law on how christian place of the club and how often he plays an roads a game in which not even you could cost them in the role of underdog everton to rotherham one. Well though it did take a ninety minute. App delighted to corey winner to claim victory over the championship. Outfit who had drawn level through trenton new jersey's own matthew sunday. Oh that's a began. China feel positive ahead of this on dania back. I'm as back from injury. A will win winner and a will dulling flung back in again. I can't grow through the milas trained third in the championship. Crap in it crap in it because roller feature warm. Why did you have to do this. All the not enough football is in the role you have to take one of all boys an american matthew all the sunday at twenty two year old filly born trend grad winger who left red bull academy for manchester united. I was like oh. My god. I clayton keep track of the number of americans kicking ass at the moment. And taking names in your. It's obviously terrified. Diverse and lee bittersweet everton opened the scoring jank cho- sub banging in one in causing a little controversy is a celebration my opin but then post game i right wing fascist symbol non-expert law and expert in these things. There are will say. His hacker is a human dry abuse in my mind. He's always going himself. David into marijuana chaumont level deny this like just a spray on can the is click just foam onto his head before he takes a field. The makes you wonder going to ask you. Why is no one on this team. Having the conversation taking him aside and been like jank. There's no hiding it. why well the mallets analyze. Who would be the prospective members of the junk tocine team roach. If your life has come to the on pot of jinked tolson's team that's quite career choice. So it's probably that is the start of it and he's probably a fairly terrifying man if he's making. Fashion lutes allegedly after his goalscoring road. So you might not want to just look away. When he's doing. 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Chiefs Get It Done

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Chiefs Get It Done

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Hope you all had a wonderful super bowl Sunday full house. My guys are here. Marcus Spears dinner. Lofty Stephen slipped left. Max Kellerman Molly Camrose. How we doing I love it? Hard to say hello to him. Nothing to be here great so you should put it on instagram right to take a picture. I celebrate our twenty. Let's get are you doing great. Are Ya know Marcus told you but I was in South Beach in Miami you know and Some some some gorgeous woman that looked about six expre- tall raised up and threatened me to stop talking. It's the day was a in here. Always people around I got. I got goals out here in the streets vein about bobby whispering later by now I literally was talking to her as she literally stood up. GotTa get they just like normal kind of person thinks your kids going to grow up to be a professional athlete Nano. Marcus Spears and his wife are going to have professional athlete ball players. Yeah Yeah no question. Best Athletes Most valuable athletes in all sports backs. The chiefs are Superbowl Champs. Andy Reid finally get that monkey off his back and Patrick mahomes become the youngest player with the Super Bowl and an MVP in thirty one twenty win over the niners rallying his team back from a ten point fourth quarter deficit. Here's reaction from both slots about never giving up. That was the biggest thing coach. We kept giving US confidence. The guy's head believing and we took it one time and we've been in these situations all postseason guys never give up and found a way to get the win. I told them that coach another twenty years. If I have that group right there man there there were a beautiful bunch resilient tough tough minded dirty tough-minded as you saw tonight so I'm so proud of them tough loss at the main. It hurts everybody room. Losing a super bowl. We had opportunity to win that and we came up short uh-huh starting with this guy. Did the chiefs win it. Or the forty niners blow it forty nine blue this game make no mistake about it. I would take a moment to give congratulations. I've known for twenty years. I was coaching Philadelphia. Working the Philadelphia Inquirer. I'm sorry why he was coach of the Eagles props to him. Congratulations to him. And congratulations to Mahomes. ooh Just obviously wasn't as great as game by any stretch of the imagination but give credit where credit is due. I just want to show my respect to the kids. City chiefs sincere. Congratulations from the bottom of mart. Awed let me tell you this. The San Francisco Forty nine is blue this game and I'll put it on one person one person more than anybody else. And that's this call Shanahan. Look Man I mean you talk about a brother. That just coached scared. Coach like eat coats like like he was petrified. Now you could argue that Patrick Mahomes could give you a reason to beat that way. Both my goodness you're twenty to gain. Patrick mahomes throws an interception at that moment to talk you would think that miss the twenty eight and three twenty eight three. He's updated offense coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons three years ago. I guess the only twenty eight three. Do you run the football no do Patriots Patriots. Come back they win the game. You could shoot the clock maybe kick the field goal sealed victory. You think that this would learn his lesson. You would think that let's do this. Excuse me just like I was scared of Tom. Brady I need to be scared of this guy. So maybe just maybe I will learn from the era of my way. So what does he do. They pull within twenty to seventeen mustard runs for five yards. Okay the run game was working put for some reason in this game gets a change team. That was twenty six against the run with tyrod. Matthew Honey Badger acknowledging after the game. Thank thank God. They've stopped running a football. What do you do you run into? Football twenty two times. The all the way tip you'll get the ball back with six. Six Mostert runs befogged yarden. Then it's an incomplete passes batted down by Christians about six eighth but Areso throw it as another incomplete pass. Forty seven seconds to doc and I'm not looking at the defense of the San Francisco. Forty niners you go you go. No-ho sitting up there you got you got you trying to sell folks in and out. What what you can't go on no other? You can't do it. Those dudes were gassed. You gave them no reprieve whatsoever. I know we got all of us up here on the stop. Stop by saying that in the end what it comes down to is that Kyle Shanahan coached scared. And Max. Do you know that in a fourth record. Seven possessions over the last two super bowls with Shannahan the offensive genius as the primary play caller. Not even a point in separate put that shit and they been outscored forty six. I don't know what else to say any time. A team is ninety six percent likely to win a game in the fourth quarter. They lose part of it is what they lose. Part of. It is what the other side to win. I will not argue against the idea that Shanahan left the door open. He obviously left door woman. I don't think it's because he didn't run it enough and I think before the half. He didn't use that time now that was stupid. He wasn't aggressive. He didn't show any a faith in his quarterback and you can claim that the end of the game he showed you why didn't show faith is water back but Jimmy G. what's actually playing very well and some of that self fulfilling prophecy. Show your players you. Don't I have faith them. Guess what they responding cut. You didn't use that time out. And also he kicked a field goal. You saw fortune favors. The bold Andy. Reid was going four on fourth down and this dude and Shanahan was kicking field goals. So so that's he left the door open but he came through that door. Patrick was having kids. He's never had a bag in. His career was having his first banking this the student forum. He wasn't settled early on. And this is Patrick. mahomes throwing interceptions on just stupid asses. He's supposed to be Brett. Farve the brain. What's going on and then in the moment of truth this dude? I heard you Dan. This morning takes an eleven step drop up and flings it forty four yards that. Forget about the fact that he's looking off not receivers but defenders running the ball into the end zone in the first half still doing even as he's having a bad game special stuff but with the game on the line third and fifteen with with the super bowl takes eleven steps back and flings it forty four yards for the completion. This dude is special. The reason I took the Kansas City chiefs if because in the end they have a place that you cannot account for best player player who ever lived and on a bad day he wins best player. Who ever lived after yesterday he he who won the Super Bowl Molly Ali? Yeah do you see the first three quarters of what happened in the fourth quarter. We'll talk radio big fourth quarter. I don't hear about the first win that game to. Hey you guys get it here you go first because okay. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa get both your I mean you pretty much say it. Exactly what I'm GonNa say Goodson who you sharing say Stephen because they thought you were just smacks. Here's here's the problem. Has a player right when you when you look at what cow Shanahan did at the in the second half for this game especially in the fourth quarter. Here's the problem that I have Hedo. Do what got us here. It's as simple as that. Do what got us here in. What got us here was physical zone scheme run gains reverses to Deebo Samuel? Why in the Hale would did you get away from that why there was no reason to get away from it? If somebody said all right I'm GonNa give you an opportunity to do what you do. ooh The best thing you do and it's a win you a super bowl and you don't do that. That is called being crazy. That's exactly what that's scared of. That offense offense and was trusting. GimMe here you only into Stephen as point. This is the second. Take time like at some point. Some coach should've walked up to cow San and say. Hey you remember what happened when you was coaching with Atlanta. Don't let that happen again. Let's do what we do. which makes us the what's made us the best team in the NFC? And by the way Max to your point didn't we all know Patrick Mahomes was over there and he didn't like when you're in the NBA. You know they said you know that a basketball player is having all tonight. What do you do to their basketball clamp? Jada Fort you fall out of his hands. I'm denying the Iraq war. Why listen isn't this is simple? This is US Talking Football own own the SOFA or at a barbecue and we outside Chilin and you know what we all go say. Hey Man why uncowed Shanahan run the football. That's the question they're everybody's go is now go ahead analytics man. Tell me why we lived through the chiefs. Won This football game game. Whatever Kyle did his part early on with the end of the first half in the third quarter field goal let me I just want to go through a list of things so the chiefs defense bows up in the red zone? Two Times to force field goals is that on call Shannon or is that on the chiefs defense making plays you answer that one chiefs defense making plays okay. Toronto Matthew has three place in the first quarter quarter restage. The game is that own shiner. Does that on Toronto Matthew Making Place Okay and then the fourth quarter goes or the third quarter goes is the second and seven homes escape. The pressure scrambled for a first down. Very next play Bosa grabs about the shoulder. He sheds it off completion to Travis Kelsey then he hits the Bond Atari kill was that was that Kyle channing was that a player for the chiefs making a play then the touchdown. Okay keep going there. Just may right there to forty four yard touchdown in writing player. Excuse me you can point to that but if you look at what was the Manual Moseley remember. He sat up there. And and what the cat under covered covering. Because tech the coverage Stephen just to attack the right football play. Did you see you can. It's interesting when you made the right for you. Remember the Green Bay game. Remember Moses Interception. Same exact play. He's falling inside because two and three go vertical. That's his job. Cajon becomes man at certain points. Sammy Watkins threats to fight about instincts. His instincts should've been better. made the right football play but in more about and and you. I'm sorry to interrupt apologize. Hold off a second. That's ridiculous and I'm GonNa tell you about the number two. Why did you because you're talking about the right place but you religiously talk about? How football is this? The fact of the matter is Dan. If you tie recounts Jail Time Wreak Hail ran by you and you know that but you gotta safety back there. Wanted because he's GonNa be retiree kill. Your instinct is to follow the do the polls the goal retiree killing that runs with all afternoon law. They were playing seats. They will play their little back and they were given up everything under because you were worried about this beat so that you don't worry about this me. No because tyreek Hill is running speed at the free safety. It's a play that they run all the time where they send tyreek hill across crossed the semi walk into narrow is that is that trump a dime doing really Richard Sherman. Here's the difference into guys. Patrick Andy Reid Dalla shot for Patrick mahomes any hit. That's the one that tyreek Hill College. He did the same thing he dialed up a shot. The team will Sanders Emmanuel. Sanders split the double team. And Jimmy. Garoppolo didn't make the throw I caught the game was over there. I thought Rob Lowe in the game's over one hundred percent but like the chiefs went and took this football game. The second and five. You're referencing. Everyone knows the best player on the planet right now right. What's the last thing you WANNA do up by three with six minutes to go for him to get the ball back? So why would you run the football. Because it's come they. Do you know what we're working. You're not only working because you're running a football effectively. It's moving the club. Okay so good. So what was second five. And they did what is an office triggering. Plaques who passed Complete Pass Incomplete. Ah on the stand. The play action pass was working for the middle twelve or thirteen twelve thirteen. It was work of it but then again what happened. Christos bats down the ball. How playboy the way? He doesn't is crucial six four. I'd do I continue to do this to ooh. They point the game. Do not smart does arguing scared of the very little play. This girl was yesterday. What got him to the Super Bowl was warning the football you got to know who is not the point? The point is if you have a ninety six percent percent chance to win the game in the fourth quarter. You GotTa do things to give the other team Magazi- Mike he's not denying that Shanahan poke coached poorly late late in the game. I agree with you there. That's not the point because the doors open doesn't mean you get to walk through. They walked through. Who we read was bull lanes But I'm not denying that what I'm saying to you. Is this at the end of the day. When you have a cushion you can negate the ability for Andy read or Patrick Mahomes to sell their greatness? Because you're displaying yours. All I'm trying to say to you was this in the end. You're trying to chew up clock. The twenty sixth straight to Russ against the rush. I don't really great run. Run out of all right into minutes. Slept six minutes one. That's an eternity for Patrick mahomes. You're not trying to just turn the clock. You're trying to go on a methodical dry to never give the clues play action. Pass this. I promise you cow. I've played for college. I love cocking Thailand. Gone run run pass in that that situation. I would've come on television today and said that was terrible. Georgia came on either. Do what they've been doing this. Having success running the full most twelve or thirteen the plant should pass search for two hundred bounce Donald Trump. Where's the Dan? Alaska that sits up the and takes into account temple takes into account. Excuse me the subliminal messages that coach coach Marcus with sensitive coats. It's going in the first half. Okay you get the ball you do not call it. Got Three time outs. Don't call the play. It took fifty nine. So you're sending a method to your TV. You don't believe in your quarterback Damien if you're already sick that message. What the tally giving them to play accident? What's wrong? Here's here's the analogy play. Excellent was working in the super bowl was the wasn't correct from Rome. Wasn't it now we kill Pete Carroll for throwing the ball and Malcolm Butler picking it off a we kill. MP Carol if he handed off the marshawn Lynch which and they don't score why why would you know what no Max. Why are we not killing marshawn? Better it's different. It's not just that it's the ooh it's got everything to do with what we watched all see only on it. This is the problem with football orthodoxy. With the way it's usually done on people are so scared of the negative outcome that that you're scared about. Saddam Shanahan was Berlin ways. Yeah you're right. He was asked to not run and I said this to this morning very the drive before the one that all talking about six minutes to go then they go play what six plays before. It's first down. They get a run to make it second and go play action passing muster and George biddle and it was the first town. It's the drive before the same exact sequence in it hits. It just doesn't get better down guys. If Chris Jones Jones doesn't bet that ball down that's an easy route one thing getting in on the loss jeep. I think they wanted to agree. Window between getting the ball with eleven fifty seven left in the game and getting the ball with six six minutes left in the game and building a momentum in the fact that must've just ran for two hundred and twenty yards in the NFC championship game. You didn't even start. If tevin Coleman Obama's back and that's a good profit them problem one thing. I don't like to admit but it's what happened. Dan and where you have to give the other side of this debate. Some credence didn't trust Jimmy at early on hundred percent and then later on when he didn't trust him Jimmy showed it didn't trust them early on one hundred side of the argument. Would you and I were arguing against before the game was proven. Correct the championship on the line. You do not a lot more I gotta go to break final analysis. Forty forty six to nothing. You'RE THE OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR IN ATLANTA UTAH and Atlanta Super Bowl. I it just takes ever been knocked down. Suffered a setback fired left out it happens. It happens a Mike. Bloomberg middle class kid worked his way through college. Got A job. STARLA family boom fired at thirty nine would it. Mike do for a lot us. Do we got backup dove back in. He had an idea design a new computer able to crunch data and process information in a unique way he built it he sold would he built more. He sold more. He built a team he built a company created. Twenty thousand jobs. Bloomberg is a doer. This is Michael Douglas. I I played a president and movies. This is real world. This is our World Mike. Bloomberg has what it takes to win unite the country find some common ground between Democrats and Republicans and then lead the way a leadership. Mike will get it done. I'm Mike Bloomberg candidate for president and I approve approve. This message paid for by Mike Bloomberg Twenty twenty great job he. He kept firing. That's what he did so and you guys around him just believed them. I mean it was We all the all the coaches likewise three straight comebacks in the postseason. It's not magic anymore. Amores just mahomes. Yeah you all at that on me for me. It's about the guys I have around me. I look great team around me. I've been blessed being a great organization and I just trust in these guys. Trust me and A and it puts us in situations like this. WE'RE GONNA BE World Champs and get to enjoy it together. Oh Patrick Mahomes. MVP Super Bowl champion and super bowl. MVP happy the chiefs are the first team and NFL. POSTSEASON history to win three games within a single postseason after trailing by ten or more. That is resiliency Max. I'm looking at right. You prior to the Super Bowl appearance you argued that Patrick Mahomes is the most valuable athlete in all of sports more. So than Lebron James Ames did he prove that to be true after his performance last night where he struggled through the first three quarters of course maybe even because he struggled through the first three quarters. Look this is his first. I Super Bowl appearance and he was down points in and just interception and it's the fourth quarter of the biggest prize in American team sports and he came back on him and you know what there was like A. Here's eleven forty yards with the super bowl. The line thirty fifteen okay. Aaron Rodgers stuff like that. This is the only time that no bridges and do stuff like that this physically. Look Molly would you like to the debate this porno. You can't beat the point. 'cause Tom Brady sitting at home watching this. He got bounced in the first round. Here here's the bottom line mahomes in three consecutive playoff games. He didn't just win the Super Bowl here in three consecutive. Playoff games rallied from behind. Yeah that's fair. Outscored opponents one hundred to fourteen one hundred to fourteen when you add up three consecutive so here they we are entering the play offs. And here's the here are the opponents and in three consecutive gate. He finds himself down in the second half of games and he says okay mahomes homes time one hundred points to fourteen in return. This dude is different. Footballs the number. One sport in the country he plays the most important position he gives you a greater premium at the most important position in the biggest sport than any other player in any other sport including Lebron. WHO's no longer number one in basketball including Mike Trout? WHO's only been to one place and didn't perform there? It is Patrick Mahomes. First of all you're wrong for several reasons number one the fact that he's in football football first of all you're GonNa have people walking through the turnstiles filling the arenas watching it on TV etcetera etcetera. We made that argument last week. No reason regurgitate that point number two this eight today to brag about Patching Patrick home to that degree who spent the first three quarters really really struggling. Yes he showed up in the fourth quarter. One could easily argue that Damian Williams could have been the MVP. I don't make that argument to me. It was Patrick. MAHOMES BUT PATCH MAHOMES may to keep throws he underdo Tyreek Hill coverage by Moseley like I said that was a beautiful dominant. He threw the Sammy Watkins. Who Richard I wanted to go outside? He's you he joked winning side and quarter over the head past. Outside of that Damian Williams did some things as well so let's remember that number three number three when we talk about Lebron James. Last time I checked Max. Don't give a damn about the regular season. He sold the American people the American regular-season. Excuse me we are. Joe Max Max. Kellerman has told the American public. He doesn't give a damn about the regular season from October to April. Absolutely nothing to him about what happened in the postseason and last time I checked the Broncos the NBA finals he's won three NBA titles. And oh by the way it is still not proven definitively there. He Ain't the best basketball because especially for my fault fall. Formats who once had the Greek freak as number one and dropped them to five from Thursday to Monday Games. Okay well what I'm saying. Is He went from one to a five from at. This is literally the truth. Thursday Thursday morning Max. Had the Greek freak is the number one player in the world. Monday metcalf. Yeah I can't say that but not to double todd not one to five to five okay except the reasoning ause. Chris Maxwell asked you to let me finish Max's reason was this is the play offs. Hi this is who cares about the regular the playoffs. So you can't dismiss the Lebron James. He's because the playoffs have any. Evan arrived yet lash. He got hurt. We ain't got that going straight. NBA Finals so eight. Rather so we try to heat at. That's all I'm trying to say in the end Patrick mahomes legitimate playing football. He's a superstar doll. He's a champion now. He deserves our profound respect and credit but the best in the world the most valuable in the world stop. I disagree with Stephen. You make the comment. This isn't the day to put the homes in that category. I actually think it is the best day to put in homes in that that category really watch the whole game. I think this action homes best performance as a pro performance. Here here my work not gain. This was not his best gain gain most dominant game but this was his best performance. All right Max loss not gonNA listen up. Molly went back on the Falcons. After bad for if you didn't hear any of this there's no doubt exactly I got what they I'm competing form. Ince's performance is legendary. We've never seen the kid. I have a bad game and also into three quarters on the biggest stage he stinks and everyone's having a ball on social media who four men rush this and that and then all of a sudden he goes I got it and you see the second seven scramble the third quarter and then the shrug off of both completion and then the bomb and all of a sudden. You're like oh here comes a different level of Patrick homes. Because it's it is not a this. This is the thing you can't measure. You can't go to combine measure. Do you have this when when everything's going bad and you're playing poorly. Do you have the delete delete into what happened before it doesn't matter would have been playing. It doesn't matter I'll we'll find a way. tyreek Hill came out today and said that with ten minutes seven minutes to go in on the game that touch them homes went over. Came in. Need you right now. We're down ten with seven minutes to go with Zach. Nah I need you get. GimMe some Julie in Los. Gin and tonic. Got Me to lock in. You can't measure that stuff. That's why this is his best performance because it wasn't about the freak arm and it wasn't about the on the the sidearm throws the no looks to talent that rave about this was about a physical tough mental. Get the resiliency I get overcoming adversity. I get at the big game coming back but to say he's the best in all sports like we couldn't see other quarterbacks minus down in the fourth way goal I've seen valuable so going into the game the game when you when you play a top two defence. Everyone knows that it's fifteen and five five guys do it are Brady Rodgers and Terry Bradshaw and then thighs men and Plunkett and some unique situations so we have three hall of famers. What what more do you need? Need to see from the kid by the age of thirty twenty four eastern although he started thirty six games this was nick rights tweet which was great. He's won the MVP he's won the MVP the Super Bowl. He's directed at top five offense in the history of the NFL. He's got the second greatest comeback in the history of the playoffs and he led one of the best fourth quarter comebacks in the plaza. What else can hang him to guys? Like Lebron James Go ahead. He's better than Lebron is in his Lebron James like this I vol. Don't even start with me with this. Valuable in best is totally. Here's the thing the Stephen as point and we agree on this and the first conversation Padma homes had a great night when it comes to resiliency bouncing back from a bad performance performance. Lebron never had when he was down three one golden state a bad night not a bad quarter not a bad minute when they were down three one. He would've Miami Caribbean Royal Carribean. If we're going to pass the put Miami in the fourth quarter wait a second mix against start thinking let me talk. We compare Patrick Mahomes to be in the most valuable player in all of sport right now back five year right now right. Now I'm Pat Mahomes last night volunteerism purposes conversation. We just we have in this conversation. If Cow Shanahan rose does what he needs to do offense Mandy all right. So here's my point. Lebron James was down three one to two who some say it was the greatest basketball team to ever be a simple. We were having that conversation about those boys. He himself was the reason they want him in Cairo. But you're right. He did an amazing amazing. It's a two thousand sixteen. You'd be right it'd be Lebron it's not as two thousand twenty. Most valuable sports takes a little bit of time. Max when we look at Lebron James and his runs in the playoffs that's been the most valuable player career career performing. We're not two thousand twenty all. We have to go off if Lebron has been in the playoffs and championship series and when we saw Pat Mahomes is now now this year win. Win The Lakers go to the playoffs. I can guarantee you this conversation with chain. Okay Jordan's valuable in sports. Sports go once upon a time he did better the right. Let me ask you this you want to talk about. If Kawhi is the Lakers. Are they as equally. Probably as good of a team mm-hmm. I'm not sure I'm not sure who. I'm not sure if I'm not sure if it's the same basketball player as I'm not sure about that. How how how many of the NFL? What I order back in the NFL game less? Hold on one second one what I know. Here's what I okay. Maybe Sean that when when you look at a lineage of players that have had the opportunity to play with Lebron James Their careers are better for. Okay well fat mahomes homes got some time then first of all let me say this would probably disagree. I think the Shawn Watson with the requisite weapons that could last night matting. Aaron Rodgers could've done last night with the requisite no with the requisite weapons that Kansas City has. That's just my personal opinion. Having said all of that Dan Alaska August back to you just like you talked about the motivational tool that was exercised by Patrick Mahomes and the effect it had in terms of galvanizing the truth particularly as somebody like a tyreek hill. who was selling and down and believe in this was over? Let's take into account the fact that not only. Did you have a San Francisco defense. That was guessing. Oh Oh by the way nick. Bosa Marcus dawn this what among the MVP even what he did officially yesterday. I mean he was just twelve quarterback. What about question twelve quarterback pressures he was like wow twelve months he was just a Mazda yesterday? But here's the dining living dead men just like you WanNa do it with the positive I could do the negative okay. Because you're talking about the impact that mahomes had on the team. What about the detrimental Impact College Shanahan had on the team? When I saw Deebo Sam you who by the way was my pick to be in the fourth quarter game before the game I picked him to be? MVP The way. He was bald the way he ball last night. He didn't make me out to be alive. deebo Samuel was bowl. He was crying after the game. You saw nick Bosa chronic. You sort a running back two running backs you know what they will they look it because David like Yo l do you not know to give us the damn. It's always when Lebron came down on the Warriors Steph Curry. Couldn't they greatest half court offense ever couldn't score a single point in the last five minutes of the game. Of course the other team has to do some stuff to legend Anakin at Steph Curry. He will never do okay. But you can't muster a point and five manager James Senate myself. He was throwing the ball away. Stephen Swamp Okay but you know one possession game point is the the other team has to leave the door open for all to Lebron but you gotta give homes the same credit and that happened hinge or heavy. These kinds of valuable have world is on the other side lines. That's why didn't didn't run the ball. Listen that's why didn't we talk. We blew face and you'll be wrong. James is the most valuable player in all artwork is the MVP followed up by the Super Bowl. Mvp Cost Twenty. Four Jimmy G. had a good shot to win his third super bowl ring but this time as the main Guy Jimmy G. when twenty thirty one for two hundred nineteen yards to tease in one touchdown. Tough one to swallow for San Fran. Here's the niners what it is you know we we do next and they got the win. I mean you could see guys in there. It means something to guys and I mean you got guys who care about what they're doing guys who care about each other nowhere. Young team got a very bright future. So you know gotTa take this in stride. Remember this feeling and you know in the offseason. Oh right sports got here with us. Good to have you paging Mr Smith. You some great professor. What grade are you giving? Jimmy G. A. D. D.. Let me say this. There's only two nice things I got to say about Jimmy. G. Play action overstretch. He hit like thirteen. Fourteen passes outside of that. That was a fly as black suit. Seattle right there. That's about all. I got the positive to say about Jimmy. Gee whose performance early and especially late with flat out athetic the last eleven minutes I think he was like three or twelve for like thirty thirty six yard. Three eleven thirty six just a quarterback rating of three forty. Three going up against packing. I I want to say the suspect him. I'm not good this because I mean my wife. I'M NOT GONNA call them forward star Jimmy do that. I'M NOT GONNA do it instead of just say Jimmy J it got to be more. Marcus be it's not GonNa get rid of that name and I'm gonNA call Jimmy Garoppolo. Is the problem. Okay okay. The only thing that saves Jimmy Garoppolo today was his coach because Mike Shanahan with the exception of the six points that New England scored in overtime of Super Bowl fifty one Mike Shanahan has commented on my because we heard about the more we macau saying God okay. The Sun with the highlights on the sideline holding a with his father win headsets following them down on the sidelines. Boy wonder he's been outscored. Forty eight nothing in the fourth quarter. He's the primary play caller last the two super bowls that he was in seven possessions. Not once not even a field go zero point but in the end. Here's the indictment against Jimmy G.. As Max alluded to early clearly they started out the game. Shanahan entrust Jimmy and Jimmy G. but the fourth quarter showing US why he couldn't could've trusted so all of this doors Jimmy Jian he can get it. taught can go hand on eight of thirteen thirteenth backs in the fourth. The first three quarters daily pressure to go three times. Let me tell you live. Kansas City's defense. Molly Jimmy G.. Right now do you remember the to the two key plays by by Patrick Mahomes with him scrambling out of the pocket. I saw Jimmy G.. Run out of pocket. One time I went like this he kept over little bit greats one but he's not. He kept Mu. That was the only Tommy Moon. Here's here's here's what Le- let me tell you the great clearly actually give him a B minus knowing that sounds high to people. Yes it is. Hi I'll tell you what mahomes is special in a way. Jim Hey is not mahomes. Looked off the the defense to run the ball in the first half he was having an awful game but he was doing special little things anyway. He's special differently than everyone else. Jimmy G. was having a Very Good Super Bowl. It wasn't okay. He wasn't just good enough. He was having a very good super bowl until late in that game now he we had a crucial miss. I'm not even talking about the kid. Play the Emmanuel Sanders played when you get behind the defense even though they were like double coverage but still got behind the defense. Did you have to hit that throw and if you do. There's a very good chance you win the Super Bowl and he missed that throat and sports is what we call zero zero sum game the real victory the agony of defeat. There is no in between. But when you're grading player it's not just a or s like if if he hits that throw you give them an egg he just beat Patrick Mahomes in the Super Bowl. He had an excellent first half and then he hit the throw a needed to and it would have been a great throw. He missed it throw. I'm not taking him from what would have been like a B. Plus eight minus a to an f because he missed that throw what I will say is he did show for people like me who say it's not just that he's twenty three now six in his career by the way for team for a team last year that was like what three and thirteen four and twelve without him as soon when he gets back. The basically can't lose it's not. He had something to him like in the New Orleans game with that kid link of I believed in him under pressure and what he showed in. This game is one of those things he needs for the extra credit. He didn't come through with but you can't race. What he did up until that point he was very very good until late in the game? He was seventeen to twenty three quarters. Everybody wants to reference. The kiddo played a two yard pass that was compounded by face ace master and ADO trying to be a hero hero ball. This is not played in the league. Eleven years an expert in mediocre to bad quarterback because I had to sit on the bench and watch most of my quarterbacks be mediocre to bad. You can't hide your quarterback in the Super Bowl. They've been hiding. Jimmy G. The entire year when you listen when I exit onus on this on this set last week and I said he was matched shop. I was that was a compliment. You guys thought it was an insult. It was an accident compliment. He's not an accurate quarterback back when I look at the plate design when I look at how Shanahan uses him. It tells me that he doesn't trust him. It's like somebody that you want to punch above their weight class so you try and gas awesome up and let them think that they're better than what they are. But then when it comes time to put the put the proof in the pudding he can't perform whenever you have talked about a play action quarterback like nick foles calls or a kirk cousins. It's the play design. That's designed to drink the windows him to throw through when you talk about the League quarterbacks in his league like mahomes like the Shawn Watson. It's guys that are able to manipulate pockets and throw guys open G. U. has never I give him a C minus and I'm being generous because he was doing what he was supposed to do. Not Lose the game and I sat here last week and say listen. He's a guy that won't lose it for you but he's a guy that won't win it for you either and we thought we were going to be able to hide and they're going to be but if he if it came down to Jimmy G. Having to drop back when everybody knew that he had to drop back they knew he couldn't go through his progressive. That's why you missed somebody. There's wide open like kittles at six five six four whatever he is sitting sitting right in your face because you don't have the football accurate to understand what's going on on the other side. You look at Patrick Mahomes. When he got the invisible juice is because he started to recognize what what the defense was trying to do understand? That Sherman was trying to hide in play press bell like it was man to man or cover three and Heidi and he caught him. Slipping that safety eighty got out of there and he called Sherman with that one one covers was able to say they wanted to walk the walk ins play right. So that's what the great quarterbacks do the average ones are ones. Let's say we give them data boys right that a boy like good enough. Just don't lose it for was Jimmy. Deep bottom. Fifteen of the Lee type quarterback the US minus. What you got Marcus? Then they lose the game they lose the game when you get there you lose. You get enough. Did they lose the guy did he have opportunities to make the plays the win. The game sure half he also had like these early which like you just said. Sports is either the thrill of victory on agony of defeat. The reason why the San Francisco for a big reason why the San Francisco Forty niners didn't win the super bowl is because Jimmy G. MS kills own a third and five to complete it when he was wide open and he missed a menu will sanders touchdown to go up. That's the reason it it is it is it will also kill to and it didn't count. I mean come on this. This quarterback on how he performed increased time. We grade all of them in the Super Bowl. That's how we not just not just that Max. The fact that the matter is is that argument didn't make much sense. In this regard you were Raven about Patrick mahomes because of what he did in the clutch. So you can't then turn around looking at Jimmy Johns performance in the clutch and come up with the excuse me. I don't give I give Muhoza be that's not talking about Mahomes I'm talking about Jimmy G.. You can't it gives him a beat anything where you consider how people in the clock. He's being compared to a guy. I saw this on his night. As a matter of fact he's been compared to a guy who's Qb they are on third and fifteen this year is. What do you remember this from? The ninety nine they were saying is the guy you have to beat in other words. You have if now okay. Let me ask you if you make that. If if Jimmy G. connects on that throw what grade the throat said if he hits that Dole at the Super Bowl you one pay hit the one pass it. You need to make Jake. and His. What his what you're not getting? No one is thinking about at this moment for this segment. Nobody is thinking about Patrick. Mahomes compared to the beginning. We're literally taking putting him in this mug going like this. You are the problem. Here's the nut. Show up with your tally. If it's not mahomes who hits on third and fifteen a forty four yard pass that very few players who ever lived are going. It'd be able to take eleven steps and do that. Then Jimmy G. wins the game. Anyway back he gets. Don't want our homes to make make earned five throat and get a first down wide open tiny and make a wide open throat Emanuel saying that's the way I don't have as you give them an A..

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