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"david shoemaker" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"As well as the prestige. Tv podcast which we kind of relaunched and having a lot of fun with that. It is sopranos fame episode on their last week recapped first and second episodes of the show. Which is the most ridiculous show about. That mean amanda dominance had something on there monday David shoemaker and i are going to be Talked about this season. Finale of heels a stars wrestling show that we love thou next monday but we have a bunch of stuff on there billions. Ted lasso succession coming up on there. So check it out the prestige. Tv podcast coming up. Dare thompson from the atlantic and bryan curtis from the ringer. We're going to be talking about the nba and vaccines and media day and players dowana vaccinated. And where's this going to go. And how does it tie into everything. That's happened in this country. Then brian gonna stay on where it talking about twenty years or pardon the interruption and then finally one of my favorite actors billy crude up. I don't know it's been fifteen years. I don't know how he hasn't been out but We talked about the morning show and all the movies made including made a movie called almost famous. Which i'm not sure ever mention on this podcast other than the two hundred ninety times. I've mentioned it but there's a lot almost famous talk but this is the it's a really good interview. That's a really good podcast. Let's bring a home art. We're taping this. It is one third civic time. Bryan curtis with ringers here. Desktops slanak is here Both of them have been on this podcast a couple of times over the last few mites this nba.
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"The cold season. Yes yeah probably available. It's not giving away any trade secrets. And i would just follow him around all the time. Maybe they should just instead. They lean into the food. Just everybody's eating habits are always interesting. Remember jerry jones. Have we talked about on the show. Jerry jones famously had like a burrito in the freezer for every day of the week that he would give them. Some jimmy johnson. Yeah but i just say jerry. Jones jimmy johnson had. It had the for the different burrito for every day. Did you see the wolfgang puck documentary on the disney app or whatever but this isn't football but he added similar story about johnny. He says that the invented the the To go they started going into like grocery store freezers. Because like johnny carson would come in and order like fifteen personal pizzas at a time and put him in his freezer anyway. Everybody loves to know how the rich and famous and in the case of nfl players incredibly calorie starved. Eat rate your. I i want another. I cannot imagine anything that happens behind the scenes. The locker room. That's more interesting than how that cowboys offensive line keeps their weight up during season. So if that even in the the the the the colts having a potentially really great offensive line to let's go see those big guys like let's find out what their orders are because it's gonna be fascinating dude. I am so in on that Are only in journalism word of the day. David comes from burg. The word is gerd g. i. r. d. o. Gird burr Sends over this headline from the new york times democrats and lobbyists girded for battle a great political journalism words particularly a headline word. It's short we always get those short headline words of four letters or less but gird for battle feels like it just absolute by a political journalism. Yes it's also. I mean it's an old fashioned word right sometimes. These very specific short short words always preferable in the journalistic road. So it to me. When i hear gerd i feel like girded is like a. It's a song. I sang hymns at church. Growing up a lot you know. And the more like militant the more like you know the the hymns that alluded to to to you know army armies in more efforts yet. But yes it's been people don't take gird very much these days in the nation's capital. The democrats were girding for battle over the budget amendment. Yeah very very newsreel. David shoemaker guesses these strained pun headline all right. Monday's headline about a wnba star. Stealing a victory was petty larceny. We had a vote for petty and the heartbreaker very good. That's great today's headline comes from nathan He credits the. Cbs affiliate in richmond. Virginia but i believe the pun Is pretty pretty widespread david. I am excited to report to you. That you can rent a house. In england who them interested it has been designed to look exactly like winnie the pooh whose house do not do not google this. Because you're gonna find the pun. While i do but let me explain it to you This is according to the. Today show's website. You can now stay at the winnie. The pooh inspired cottage in east sussex england. And it's so sweet that even yours smiling situated in the ashdown forest the setting for a milne's children's classic believe that is the original one hundred acre wood. The ashdown forest it's available to book is part of disney's ninety fifth anniversary celebration sleeps up to four guests and is hosted by kim. Raymond who has been drawing pu for more than thirty years again. Please don't look this up but it looks awesome. Wow very members of my family. That would really enjoy that right. And if you think that the kitchen includes honeypots no yeah. You're correct sir. that's in an alias. Those honeypots alright rent winnie the pooh house in the original hundred acre wood. What was everybody's strain punt headline is it. Is it airbnb. I was going to say you're gonna get it right away. Can't bear being be. You know what triggered we get. What gave it to me though is the when you said rent with With with with the extra accident on it. I was just like why rent doesn't feel like the right were there and nine bear. Bnb he is. David shoemaker. i'm brian curtis production. Magic by erica. savant am i allowed to dimension. The david shoemaker life event. That's happening this weekend. Yeah it's not. it's it's we're having. We're having a big party in which they my. My wife and i are actually finally actually exchanging vows. That's right folks. David shoemaker is getting married this weekend which is a surprise to everyone who's ever heard me. Refer to her. My friend of my wife many many times over the past. Five years so yeah. It'll be fun. i know you. I love you. I've known you since i was fourteen. I'm willing to admit. I thought you were already married. I did to actually been doing. There's a paperwork error. You've been doing marriage things. yeah children. Yeah houses yeah. I just thought you'd gotten it. You know at some point you said walks into a courthouse and done it. But i was delighted that you didn't because now i get to go to the wedding. Yeah it's going to be fantastic. I have my best man speech already. And i'm going to. I'm going to get up there. And i'm going to say. Does anybody like inside or immediate criticism when it's dead silence. I'm going to scrub the i ten jokes. That's it tough ground. That's fantastic if david nihar to hung. We're going to be back monday with more timothy that day..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"Is now in oral history that that is it. That is the rachel bananas. New show will be an oral history of ambling. i'm going. I wanna try to make the case for this. Okay it is. It is absolutely but if you if you felt compelled to distinguish between a documentary that was entirely primary source interviews with the people that mattered and documentary. That had a morgan freeman. Voiceover carrying you through half the story and like archival news footage and whatever else. Why do i have to choose between these two things. You wanted to make it clear. No this is not just another. I don't know what the other thing would be. This is not another whatever voiceover documentary that takes you through the velvet underground's career. This is actually an interview with everybody that matters who's available to talk and it's only that well i guess there's that that is a that is a significant distinction if it but if it matters but it it probably. Doesn't you know what that sounds like to me a documentary. Yes interstate with the participants. Retelling the story of something that happened. Yes that is a documentary. I know but maybe the probably the documentary has gotten to his guy do and bigamous over the years. You know. I mean like listen. Everybody is listening to this. Is like gone to the documentary section of whatever streaming after on and pushed a button and realized they were watching an episode of investigation discovery. You know and they're like this. This is not a documentary by any definition. That i i guess it is by you know but i think documentary in. General has gotten a little bit too fuzzy netflix era. It really is The everything is a documentary but i. I'm drawing the line man. I'm those like kooky conspiracy theory documentaries. That are on youtube eventually made their way onto amazon netflix. Another streaming platforms. Where it's like that. One guy with the robot voice. Talking over like appropriated news footage or something like is that a documentary feel about all this the documentaries and the form guess where it's like someone got murdered that's the that's the plot of every one of them help you. Can i hate those so much. You can call them oral history for all. I care are only journalism word of the day. David comes from justin. Michael really good one. I don't think we've had this one yet diff- fanged oh defend yourself. No well there are very few people on earth that have used. The word defanged in casual conversation. Yeah i think that's but defined federal agency is something you often read about journalists Thank you to michael for that seven. David shoemaker guesses the strain pun headline. Yeah the last time we did this which. I can't even remember the day we did. The bears quarterback situation and the headline was right to bear arms russian. Mark like sometimes when. I'm doing art for the the ringer dot com if there is a more conceptual piece. They're like edge. You know it's not just to players facing offer whatever. Keep trying and trying. I don't i can't figure out the right angled. Or make it look like a great new york times op-ed illustration or whatever opinion opinion page illustration. I can't figure it out. And then at some point i go. You know what. I'm just gonna take every single element that is a that i've been working with and put it on a black background and just sort of moved things around and like there it is like everything's there. It's that's about the right to bear arms and because there are two puns like that sentence. I'm not sure it's all there. Everything's in front of you will accept today's headlines gibson j fisher. It's a funny. Nba story from the minneapolis star. Tribune realty david timber. Wolves coats coach. Chris finch said wednesday that anthony edwards former number one overall pick has grown by that finch. Didn't only mean edwards is improving his game. He meant the twenty year. Old guard has actually gotten taller from the time. The wolves drafted him in november from around six foot. Four to approximately six foot six okay. A basketball player is officially tall. What was the minneapolis. Star tribune strain punt headline basketball growth. Spurt above the rim Top tall tall is kind of our of here. Tall tall. don't lie don't live right. Yeah bang years david baker. i'm. Brian curtis production magic. Erica's avant as we as we roll into this weekend. Invite you to listen to our nine. Eleven podcast interviews with james stewart and tom. You know about pieces. They wrote after the terror attacks twenty years ago. We are back monday with more. Lukewarm takes about the media then later brian..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"Podcasters the right set of podcasters. Certainly have an advantage over just replacement level tv talent. But i'm not sure that what we're saying is if the network producers are the that were executives. Feel like they can. They can create those relationships. They create those moments that certainly they. They're not they're not always successful but but it does like. It's more of a premium at creating those relationships between people who they already want who they've already decided of the queue rating is off that they deserve to be on television totally. But but there's no reason you couldn't do it with With a with a podcast or with somebody we don't know we'll just take a jab the yet to be motivated to to take the relationship and to take the take the banner or take the take all the good things that come with it and then you create the right as opposed to taking the other half in creating religious relationship. Yeah exactly i mean. I think that's that is. That is the cabinet. I think of game day right chris. The bear philippa valika. I was mispronounce his last name. Is that a guy. I was turning on game day to see no do i. Now look forward to that segment. Because he's like making picks and talking to guys and you know picking against us bread yet. That's awesome right. It's a good element to that joe. Yeah so i think there is There is something there. And i and i would emphasize. There's such a thing as a friendship and then there's such as their relationship and then there's translating a relationship into a tv relationship and those are actually different because sometimes people have a very genuine off-camera relationship and then you put him on a show together. This sucks this is. This is not something i want to watch. This just doesn't this doesn't work and people you know in in tv and and you know we begin to narrow down the definitions of relationships through chemistry or whatever else. it's not necessarily. It doesn't always have to be a positive relationship moment safe. No one's king in jaros. I mean you you presume. They're probably friends but it's not like they're just like you know talking about the they engaged like besties. Get a obviously. There's a million other examples of that. I mean we talked to brian. raffi on the show. Gene siskel in roger ebert were Very rarely like you know. Intimate friends off camera. But they certainly had a sort of relationship on camera that it's almost intangible And it was kind of the competition right. It was the anti you know. Relationship doesn't have to be friendly right. Relationship can be we are arch competitors and we are going at it on television and pti sort about rates under the same way the time even a little bit of that too yep They have a. I don't think you know for sure if they're golfing buddies or their you know competitors first and foremost but the but it's the sort of relationship that that again it's kind of intangible but it's very very evidently you watch it. It's the relationship of two people that have the same job at the same publication. Yeah are you going to be that person's absolute best friend. Maybe or you're going to have a little competitive edge where you feel that the column you're writing or the thing you're writing is is. Is you know on tuesday better than the one that he's writing. The answers both probably in their case. When when you when you put it that way people that have the same out of the same publication or even different obligations. That sounds like a lot of podcasts. Does it does right. And there's an. Hey i i'm not breaking news here that sometimes you can feel the You can feel the edge in the anti chemistry. Just porn out of the podcast. Let me tell you. I'm going to have a better take than you and i'm going to show everybody right now that i do and i'm gonna cut you off and and mess with you a little bit though. That happens a lot Is it time for speaking of relationships relationships that are both on and off. The air is a time for david. Shoemaker guests a strain on headline oh yes please. Friday's headline about accused mob. Defendants david was considered the mobster. Today's headline comes from arpels. Joseph bien con. It's for medium. It's a story about a man who went missing in a tiny town in the australian outback as the sub head of the story says in this town of twelve. Everyone is a possible suspect. What was museums strained. Hon headline the australian outback outback is going to be the word you're playing with your Outback steakhouse outback. Jack out Twelve people david really. I know outback. Claustrophobic doesn't out stree- knives our back. Oh my gosh you've got it really fantastic. You said gaza phobic thought. I was going to have to do a lot of leading to water on that. One has a good one dam. That was that reads but is pretty brilliant. This is my genuine nod podcasting emotion coming through right here. I'm surprised david got at that quickly. Well fantastic fantastic movie nights. He is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production magic by arrogance. Vodkas we are back friday with more. Lukewarm takes about the meetings. He then later right..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Come find me. And i remember. This is so this is crazy so at that time i was in spain and i was pursuing. Everything was such reckless. Abandon that i was. Like i'm gonna i'm gonna do it so i was i. I reached out to a contact. I had it. Wwe who. I no longer have and he was basically like if you show up there. If you actually do that. I will make sure you never do anything with ww ever again. Wow yeah by the way. Not a great. By the way he has worked for years. I've been there for five years. Something like that so also that ends well. But that's why. I didn't go. Because i was gonna show with the camera and be like he asked me to come here blah blah blah. But that's all you might have conversation with him. He was great guy. I think people already appreciate vince. I mean i think people listening. He's a complicated character. I don't think anyone disputes that. We all know there's a series coming out about the complexities of his character. And i'm sure there will be non. Wwe sanctions stories that are told about the complexities of his character but ultimately whether you love him or hate him he is we. We talk about rushmore all the time. He's the single most important person ever in the history of professional wrestling. You can love him. You can hate him. He's absolutely the number one. Most important person every single character basically always say we love. We can argue what part he played in either their character being developed or us being exposed to that character he created the what. Yeah he kinda he kinda sculpted. The mount rushmore. It's true so not to mention. You know my favorite thing about vince was his character when it was at. Its best what i loved. My personal favorite quality about vince mcmahon and this applies to. Shane and stephanie is well their ability to get down in the dirt to show the people who work for them that they care as much as you do like as an employee like. I'm no boss. I've been an employee my whole life entertainment as an employee. You want to see that the people you work for are willing to get down and those people have physically hurt themselves badly. Embarrassed themselves with story lines. That are saying they were willing to do everything. They asked their talent to do. And i think that's the biggest compliment. I would pay vince. We met because even last year with with gronk convinced like jump off a scaffold in like that to show that it was all right. Oh yeah i heard about that. Yeah and he's what seventy three years old and even as far as spans appreciate events. I think i think he definitely does get appreciated a lot. Because as much as people bitch and complain about the ceo. Pop music hits. I've been there hits. He gets all the flowers and the that music kids tonight. It'll be one of the biggest of the night and hear the questions guys who returns tonight. I i have no information mike. I think becky's the safest pick. I hope there's someone else. I'll be so excited by the way. Great guy. But i would i. Would i would love for becky to come back. But i hope we also get someone else. See the hard hitting questions have popped up Stay on shumate. We'll shoemakers ringer deal with. Wwe so guys are are former padre and current Friend and sometimes participant in our group chat maker a foot foot will footwear. David shoemaker and the ring or have signed a deal to be the exclusive home of. Wwe podcasts so first. Round of applause for shoemaker map his first of all one of the only true wrestling journalists that exists. I mean that's and i'm even including myself. I'm not i'm not a journalist. I'm an interview. I'm a broadcaster. He's a journalist. He's the real deal. i'm incredibly excited There have been act multiple times conversations about reuniting. If you will. And i would love those conversations would pick up again if you look at it. They're the home of wwe. They're adding after the bell. My question is though would the cheap universe still be excited if she was a part of the ringer and ww podcast de good. Because we desperately need to get paid for this podcast..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"It's nice to get it right all right. That was great stuff from italian iheart. She is such a great personality. I love the fact that you represents her family. So well proud canadian Just a great talent and underappreciated. Talent if you ask me. I hope she gets cleared very soon. We could see her back in there in the very near future again. New feed here. Ringer wrestling podcast. Feed we've got a ton of shows coming up thursday and friday. We've got the mass man. Show david shoemaker. Caz both in las vegas with guests like bobby lashley and ria ripley stopping by. We've got mac mania with the great. Evan mac on thursday and friday as well. Also in las vegas damian. Priests xavier woods is gonna be stopping by this going to be a post summer slam show on saturday night on these spotify green room app hosted by the great david. Shoemaker caz evan max are going to be stopping by the the the moment the event is over go on. The spotify grew map. I do this for you have see events as well. It's great it's live it's interactive and then it gets turned into a podcast..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"A good question. Until i think the person who everyone is looking at right now is with james. The attorney general. Who of course you know. Cheap how brain andrew. Cuomo down over the last week or so with the publication of that report she was andrew komo's hand picked Attorney general ran on her own but one with his support and were she to jump in the race. I think she would give hokkaido of very hard time. Choubey the first black female governor at any st jude have a lot of support in new york city where most democratic primary voters live to spec to do very well with unions is very popular risks. Very well with communities of color so she i think is most people are looking at to challenge cocoa. It has very good chance of beating. Her should jane's not run for one reason or another. i think. then it's a little bit. Who knows then. You could have any number of candidates jumping ed Bill blasios may run a number of state lawmakers members of congress Folks like that build a blase. Oh running for governor. I saw i saw a poll today and it was like minus thirty in would be interested in supporting. Not interested in supporting. But i guess you're running for president exactly you. You stole the words out of my mouth. I mean it's not. It's not less likely than that. Somehow this is extensively media podcast in my co host. David shoemaker and. I have been talking a lot about chris cuomo's role in the andrew. Cuomo scandal chris cuomo of course primetime host on cnn. What what did you make of all of that. We heard a little bit of. It was awesome emails or at least one email in latisha james's report. What you think of. Chris cuomo's role in this whole scandal. You know i mean Look i mean obviously like blood is thicker than water as we know right and and brothers are are close in. It's hard to turn your back on your family. I mean what happened there so it just seems like so beyond inappropriate that the have the host of a cable network news show.
"david shoemaker" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse
"I wanna see more. Get lucky i love your commitment to this at your passion for gator loki. It's honestly inspiring my my hope. You know i was struck. By the exchange where loki says. Just because it's not complicated doesn't mean it's bad now. Of course he'd look respondent it also doesn't mean it's good but i'm going to focus on the first part of that yes of course i want satisfying plot resolution and we journeyed into the mystery. And i want that mystery to pan out in a way that feels revelatory and fulfilling that it puts a satisfying cap on this season of tv. End sets the stage for everything. That's calm of course but to david's point. If we got a full hour of just people talking. I would not only be content. I would be elated because the heart of this show to me has been the conversations and the character arcs. I hope that they and i believe that they will. Because this is this is felt very confidently. Constructed throughout that that balance of plot and character is maintained through the finale. I think that if it is. And i believe it will be. This will be very very satisfying finales and we will all gather with alligator loki in the little swimming pool. Guzzle that roxy wine and celebrate a shared dizzy plus experience that we loved our friends. I'm surrounded by myself plus an alligator which i'm heartbroken to report. I didn't even find all that strange. Which means it's time to wrap today show once again. All of our laws to our ringer verse teammate. Van leith in. Please send van your thoughts. Thank you as always to our intrepid producer and timekeeper. Steve element as well as mr minutes are generally depaul. Td saint matthew daniel in the entire production team for their help with this episode. Thank you to the lord. Lord of the memes jomie dinner on for his work on the social for this episode. And thank you the ally of content. David shoemaker daniel chen for joining me today. Remember fathering averse on spotify or wherever you get your podcast. Follow us on social head back into the rivers tomorrow. Friday for a black widow instant reaction pod and then join us next week for our black widow deep dive and are low. Key finale chats fill then remember. don't contra museum cloth. I want a real blanket..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse
"Exciting event adventurer events and everything and but i to what you're seeing is the. Mcu is the chances that they're willing to take in the tv. Space will continue to be reflected on the feature side. You know doing making more even more interesting choices in going even deeper on characters and everything working with even broader and more diverse range of collaborators. So i think both things informed the other in. It's it's a cool thing to just be in the center of and just be like holy shit. I can't believe this works. But but it does before before loki even started before this not even started. I think it was. The cia is looking forward to the most and one of the reasons is because just lucky right that have spent so many years and so much time with us great. Wha- what a what. What a what a character. I loved the the opportunity to leave this arc gonna call it a redemption ark or not but the arc that we saw us through to the moment of his death in the infinity saga intact while also allowing us to return to these moments with this character who is endlessly fascinating and who specifically continues to compel an intrigue us because of the evolution whether that is through relationships with other characters or through attempting to understand something about himself better. And so. I wanna ask you about wrestling on this front. Hang with me for a second year here. Massive wrestling fan has noted shots. David shoemaker. once again this means almost definition that he'll turns have been aid foundational. Part of your life right and you created the impending stars show heels the the halfway down. We always always be.
Atlanta Hawks Fire Coach Lloyd Pierce
"We're gonna start with the atlanta hawks. Who fired their coach. Lloyd pierce today. You could see this coming for a while. And i guess i'm gonna start here. We can get into whether he was doing a good job or not. It seems like he wasn't their fan. Base was happy they. I think they blew eleven. Fourth quarter leads just as year they They're fourteen and twenty for the season. They're close enough to like the four five seed where you can make a case you do this now. Somebody writes the ship. You could still be a top five. Playoff tim my question. Is this when you build your team around this. Entire philosophy new spent three years doing that in that philosophy isn't necessarily working. Isn't that the fatah the gm in the owner over the coach. The coach has to be the fall guy. First and then i think the gm travis slink end up being the second fall guy in the offseason but why does the fog. I always have to be the coach. I with this roster. That clearly doesn't work. I mean it's always the coach because the gm is boss. So you're the gm that's probably the first thing like whenever coaches fired it's almost always gm's ultimately right. Yeah who by the way who hired this coach so a going backwards and this is why i always get criticized from From hawks fans. I'm too hard entree on i'm not. I'm just realistic on training. I'm not sure he's a winning player. He might be. He might turn into winning player right now. I'm not sure where it is. I know he's of the worst offenders in the league but since they got him and i think it all starts to that luca trade and the fact that luca became good right away and they went all in on trae young and that they got basically trae young camera tish They're trying to build this infrastructure to make trae young succeed. That is the goal of this franchise. From the moment they made that trade and they kind of anoint him as disguise can be are steph curry so every decision they make after that is based around this premise. That trae young could be steph curry and that leads to three straight years of decisions that when you look at them early. I don't think they worked. So i don't know who the coach could have been. That would have made all the moves they made. If you're just starting with the fundamental premise. Trae young as the next curry. 'cause he's not. Yeah i think you got to look at it like year one and year to always going to be busts with trae like we're gonna rebuild last year. They're playing and honor like thirty minutes like nineteen and twenty one. So really it's like. This is the first year i really counts for them. This is what the air they spent their money. They had the quote unquote team. They want around trae sh- really to me. It was like two years. We're just gonna burn and year. Three years could come together. And that's why pierce was fired so quickly is because the pressure is on schlink now. Big time. I got a two year window to do every wanted with really no expectations of rigging results.
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"As popular today as it was before i mean wrestling's always been a simple thing and some of that in my book that you know dating back to the twenty s. I mean there's just these sort of ups and downs and people try to explain them. And there's no real good would explain it. I mean wrestling is not as big today as it was saying like the ninety s Before that you know when when the hogan was running wild in the eighties wouldn't but you know it goes up and it goes down and i think that there's every reason to believe that you know it's doing really really well right now. One of the big problems is there's just so many more things to pay attention to But i you know i. I think there's any every reason to believe that you know there will be another moment in time where people are Are surprised to be paying attention to pro wrestling. No of mcmahon came out with that Wrestling i guess it was the internet channel right. Then that's long gone. Thank you see. Yeah you can watch it on your ipad or your laptop or your tv and You know somebody who spent a ton of time writing my wrestling. I don't know maybe this'll be surprising. But i kind of thought that. I i wasn't so excited about it because i feel like already had so much wrestling my life. But it's it's amazing the stuff that they the the just the old wrestling matches they put up on there to watch him and you know relatively high definition and and And to see that it's really cool and you know wrestling is always been the forefront of these technological shifts on national tv. They were you know one of the things one of the main reasons that cable. Tv took off in the eighties. And and I think that is really of the curve on this kind of unique You know just computer platform network a lot of great stories in the book. Call the squared circle. Life death and professional wrestling with david shoemaker. Today and david given a website and get hold of you in the book always find me on twitter at aka the masked man and all the all the free links for the book and everything but you can find the book on amazon or wherever else and and i write pretty regularly for for with grantland. Espn website and grandma. Dot com definitely worth checking out. David pleasure to talk to you the book.
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Twilight that was third piece by David Shoemaker who also offered us not only in really really interesting interview for this episode but also three pieces of music performed and created by him. Thank you so much David for being with us here today it was lovely to have you and I'm sure all the audience enjoy it and we are looking forward to hear more. From you Franck. Salima in the future on this show. Right Well, this was this week's episode number six and episode number six of season five. Thank you for being with us here today. Worth lovely to have you and hope to have you back again next week. Kent. Well, you're going to ask me now already of course, what's up next week and rightly. So next week, we have another really really lovely interview with Young Lady I. Think she must be the youngest invited person on this show ever so far. Is Georgia funded alter? Those of you who are looking around on the Internet without who are interested in New People, new voices, new faces off the occult world have certainly already come across Georgia. She's a highly interesting practicing cult this but also. Candid for PhD. In. The field of research around Diane Fortune, though India called field something quite. New. WORLD WE'VE HAD Henry Book Done In Our last show in episode five and he is an academic of course but he's already a professor in that field and this time we have somebody who will soon be. At PhD in the field and She Georgia has had love to talk with me. I really enjoyed talking to her and you should all be looking forward too much to this next week's interview. Though break this week I promise it'll be next. Sunday August twenty six. Once again. Thank you for being with me here today it was lovely to have you as an audience. It's always a pleasure to bruce that podcast for you and to have you with me and for now I can only say. Take care. Stay tuned..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"So all of these components that had a lot to say and had been saying already for years but thought well, I can just. During. This into that episode and and then just kind of went on and on and. I. Kept thinking of. New. Things I wanted to talk about it. I. Got Great suggestions from people about new episodes and so that's that's been. It was most most. Frequently. Appearing between ten and twenty. Fifteen sixteen or so and then I had. Other. Projects I had to focus on and cultivate there for a few years but I've just resume doing much more frequent episodes. So. Where I see that going is continuing to To, challenge myself with talking publicly about some things that interest me and trying to. Find what people want to hear about them I always encouraged suggestions. And I will also, of course, pulled to into the show notes off this show and linked to legally I think it's three three nights in the worst. and. Final question for you. It's a little bit then. Leads to the considering only magic. She, he knew the lost to the piano. That book has a has a fun name and I'm. Older the name of that of that little says diffuser in the says futures remonial magic, and my question was about the future of Salima to you. Of course, there's wherein the narrator as you in the case says out to explore a future conference despair and emerges with hope by likes to title of that chapter. But so what is there about the future of Lima that might confront this despair sometimes, but will always emerge with WHO? I think there's a lot to the flaming movement that is. Not as essential as people think some of the trappings of ritual magic. Even Organizational Leagues Instance of Organizations Supporting It, I think what is the point of hope for me is that? The individual path is never going to go away the the intent and passionate of each individual to. Discovering live out the true will even if in future generations, no one's heard the term Salima. I think. If we get people doing this work. For Liz alive and vibrant and and is actually the way the world works regardless of whether anyone's crow layer uses the term selena. So. Bizarrely to hope for the Lima's that. Doesn't have to be called better known as that to be itself and to work for people that like magic without one zero, right? Right. Right right. Well David. Thank you so much. was three great to have you here tonight tweet us and Really enjoyed and you. Open to a lot of knowledge again as you always do to those people who listening thanks for that and. I appeared in better time either and. Would job all your projects are going to flourish and and come to what used to be absolutely. Thank you. Thank you if I may just. Shout out to the websites where people can find me if they want to. Thirty or the organization that's absolutely for. A the site is one star incite dot org. and. For the Temple of the Silver Star it has. The initials T. O., T. S.. Dot Org. And for those whom he didn't have a pin now, we will have to indicia announce, of course. Great. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. bye-bye..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast
"Today Sunday August sixteen, and I'm welcoming you episode number six in our season five last week. You didn't have an episode because your host had his birthday and I had been extended my birthday. Celebrations No. Seriously I don't celebrate that much but I just. Needed that we can to meet people, and so I think you for your understanding today's guest in this show is David Shoemaker Dr. David. Leading, fear of the American. Gio who has written. Speech in fact, we're based on his own podcast live in Lima and he is certainly one of the big specialists into the and really Nice Burston and enjoyed chatting with him. We hear more about that in a few moments. Thank you all for coming here again today this week and the episode is called Thelma. Well, just stat. And I would like to say hello to everyone of you may be come here for the first time ever. Welcome if you need any more information about this podcast, if you want to retrieve all the former episodes and nobody the background, and especially if you want to find also the show notes go on their website, which is www sauce her miss dot com, which is T. H. O. T. H. E. R.. M. E. S. dot. com. With Info, at thoughts Hermes Dot Com, you can also send me. Your Commons, your messages, your criticism, your likes, and everything you want. But if you don't want to write email, go on that website this well, you'll find. Possibility. To Send me a voicemail, you don't even have to type just click and sent me that voice mail or you have a common filled as well there where you can send me directly message from the website facebook twitter are of course, also welcome to leave me messages. Talking about messages I, always like to hear from you regarding Music Hugh, who are regular Sierra, and I welcome all the returns to the show of course just as well. All of you know already that I'm asking. Who are listeners to our cultist practicing or call this and two are also practicing musicians, composers interpreters. Into print story and they they should also send me their. Their information because I love to play music from our listeners here in the show and sometimes it's not just the listeners that I have from. But also from the people that I interview and today's such a doctor David Shoemaker. A. Musician and for today's show, we will have three pieces of his music that we will play in the show. If you remember two or three weeks ago I, think it was. Or maybe even a month already, I have told you that I will return to the practice of presenting also visual artists here. Because I started when I initially started this podcast three and a half years back, I presented a few artists on the website and they know stopped doing that because I had the impression that didn't get. The real feedback from that people were really going on the pages enough. But now there are many many many many more listeners to show and I guess they might also be more of you who are interested in the arts and I got a few encouraging comments when I said I am thinking of relaunching the artist's page on the website. So I've decided I will do that I don't exactly win sometime in the fall in October probably. We will be back. I will let you know but what I am saying now. What is true from visions of course, also true for which artists. So if you're practicing occultist and are also an artist, do send me an email. Let me know. Let's talk about that ten. Maybe I can present your work in one of the artists pages on this awesome. Is Website in the near future. You remember the Patriot challenge the launched right four percent of you listeners of you weekly everage listeners. Once we have four percent Dostam who have also become patrons I will stop doing publicity about Patriot here. Well, we're not quite there yet. I'm having to say that. The average listening is increasing week per week. So the challenge is rising. We are. Now four percent would a hundred people. So we have two, thousand, five, hundred listeners each week even a bit more but I'm. I'm rounding down to make it easier. So we would need one hundred patrons. We are at forty two at the moment so. Still, have some way to go. Please go to the Patriot and website Patriot Dot com and look for the surveys podcast or go on the website Of the ceremonies and Click on the page or link dare do become a Patriot we need your support we need your help and I will be very grateful when you become a patriot and once again. Once. We up two hundred Patriots I'll stop talking about it. Great. Let's get into some using. Now as I said, it is David Shoemaker himself who sent me three musing fouls of his own music and diverse piece that we are going to listen to now is called in space. There might be north. David Shoemaker in space there might be north. Enjoy. Aw. Here. UNDESTOOD Circling Fun. In space stare might be north music play and given to us for this show today by David Shoemaker, and it is, of course, they retrigger who is my guest here today on this show David Shoemaker he's in he's a clinical psychologist in private practice who is specializing in young and cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. But he's also the chancellor and Prollo Huger of the temple. Of Silver Star has been a member of do and student of a since nineteen ninety-three. So he's really one guy who knows who has been very active and he had a very lucky early time because we was. His mentors to speak. He will tell us more about that with not Coltman. Trench Yo too. But his mentor was Sorour morale and those of you who days it's phillies secular who was a very prominent member in the earlier days off do so he didn't became her successor as Mosser of two four, one, eight launch in Sacramento California. He was founding president of the OTIOSE psychology guild. ETC Spectra. So he's really somebody who knows around Yo to he knows his way around. Salim. Main General and very happy to talk to him. He has also run for some time and starting that again as he said and podcast by the name of Living Selima. And he has published. Some of the. Texts that he produced for this. For this show, also in the book called leaving the Lima. `second volume will appear soon. And as I've taken the habits to talk to you always a bit. Read read for you always a bit from a book. Of Our guests I would like to. Take a short excerpt from that book living, Salima by David, and reach to you from the chapter about the true will..
‘Richard Jewell’ and Olivia Wilde’s Offensive Portrayal of the Late Journalist Kathy Scruggs
"Brian on your podcast with David Shoemaker. The press box talked a lot about the controversies around Richard Jewel. Let's unpack some of those quickly before we start getting into the nitty gritty of the film Maybe you can help us understand specifically what role. A person named Kathy scruggs plays in this. Yeah she plays a problematic role. I think we should say she was a big figure. In in the coverage of Richard Jewel. She was a co byline on the very first story in this movie she is kind of a suggestion of a character. More than character. Actor probably The big news of courses that they in the movie they suggest or I guess more than just right she sleeps with an FBI agent. Yes after he gives her a tip yes that they are investigating Richard Jewell. Yes it literally say. She does not literally say I will now sleep with you because you have given me this information But that happens in rapid succession in the span of thirty seconds. It's kind of like the trump Ukraine call. Oh it's a quid. Pro Quo don't have to say it. We know what happened. It was a perfect bout of sex for information as trump might say and Olivia Wilde. And I think you're talking about the delivery. Wild has suggested that she was a relationship with this. FBI This is. This is again some reporting that none of us were aware of before this. That's not what's Woodson the movie the movie is high. Sure Gimme some information and I will do you a favor and then the FBI agent played by. Jon Hamm mm says Oh so we are doing this. which would suggest that they were not doing this before the exchange of information? Yeah Yeah So. This controversy has swallowed the movie up in a lot of ways and I did not think that was going to be the case. And over the course of the run up to the release of the Movie Warner Brothers released a statement sort of defying the Atlanta Journal. Constitution's rebuttal of the movie. They were very proactive. In identifying the fact that this is a movie and there is some fictionalization traumatisation happening here. I wanted to talk to you guys especially about what happens when a movie takes liberties like this is generally speaking. For Art's sake. I think we should always be doing doing this. There's the movie should always be stretching and redefining and re imagining and re contextualising these stories to tell better stories that it's not the job of movies to make good journalists. It's the job of journalists to make good journalists but this seems to be a situation where cleese would obviously the director and and grandfather grandfather of this film. hasn't very specific points of view about authority in the media and there is an expectation that he brought a lot of those ideas. Do Do you think that the movie suffered greatly because of this conversation or or is this just something that we talk about on podcast. Because we're all in the media. Dave Weigel political writer had a great tweet where he said all this controversy convinced fenced liberals that they didn't WanNa see Richard Jewel but the controversy wasn't big enough to convince conservatives that they could own the lips by seeing Richard Jewel. So it Kinda put Richard Jewel in this weird have state I'm with you. I'm all for historical fiction and broad license to do it. The exception I would make is in a case like like this because you could have just picked a random person but you picked a real life reporter who's not famous and you're telling the world the one thing you should know about this woman other than that. She broke the story. Initially but Richard Jewel being under investigation by the FBI. She slept with somebody to get the information. So I think if you're going to do that and then take the additional step as wild suggested that this is based in reality this isn't billy ray writing the screenplay allow. Let's make something up you owe it to show your work in some way whether it's an op-ed whether it's an interview or something because this is beyond this is not famous people. Having a conversation in the White House is a real person sue. This is a a very pernicious and well-established trope in movies about female journalists female journalists in movies are always sleeping with the sources which you know I should just go on record in case you you are not as involved in the media as we are. That's not what happens in real life. We're not all sleep with our sources just so you know. That's not allowed. But when I saw this movie. It was a couple days before the the kerfuffle started and I was so shocked. I thought that either I assumed assumed that. This journalist Kathy scruggs portrayed in the movie was not a real person and then when i Google that it was she was I was like okay. Either there is. She wrote a memoir where she literally said. This happened and I did this. And this is how I got the story in my involvement or else she's dead and friends it's option B because otherwise I was like how do you get away away from this with from a liable perspective. It's so blatant. And so and it stands out and the other thing is just it really it. It undermines the movie. I don't understand why you have to do this. Because this is a movie about how the media was responsible will in in and ruining rituals life which is like. That's fact right that is that definitely happened But to put in this seemingly fictionalized or unsubstantiated and like gross comment on a female journalists in the movie undermines all the legitimate if if tricky cases that Clint Eastwood and movie wants to make about the media's role in American politics in life I completely agree with this man was trapped in his home mm-hmm with his mom for eight days while people everyone in America thought he was a terrorist who had set a bomb and blown up people and it wasn't a case of some of these cases of guilt or innocence. Where it's Oh? He was a little bit involved but he wasn't no he was completely innocent. And Somehow you've done this and taking him him he's no longer the sympathetic figure and the journalists who was part of a team with the JC that made mistakes in covering him. And we're not skeptical enough of the government's evidence evidence and case you've turned them into the into the sympathetic figures. I just don't get it at all. It's a bit of a confounding thing I think a lot of journalists are struggling with the movie for the exact reason you mentioned. Amanda which is that I. I think it's actually quite a strong film in one of Clint's best movies and last fifteen years and it's been completely cast aside and a lot of ways not the Clinton needs another successful movie had plenty in his career but it's a movie that metastasized as a lot of ideas that he's fascinated by kind of like libertarianism in the pursuit sort of like a single man's pursuit of success in the face of a lot of people working against him the Atlanta Journal Constitution response to this though. I think has been a little little bit curious. The long piece that they that they published a sort of profile. Kathy's life I think in some ways was very helpful in terms of saving her reputation specifically early about these kinds of allegations but also revealed a person who obviously had a lot of struggles in her life. Who who did some things that are I think just on the page people will look at me like Oh? Maybe she didn't do that but she was that it's Actually like I thought hyper generated new conversation around her life and around the movie Brian. What did you think about? The idea of trying to memorialize is her in. Defend her in the pages of the paper like that. Well I thought one is I think you just want to give her an identity. You know she is she's been. She's not really much character as I said in this movie. Clint Eastwood doesn't really care about the media in this movie. Other than as there's this noise in this thing that's happening Richard. You didn't care about the way that story got written was very interesting actually is a bunch of editors editors and writers kind of putting that together imperfectly as often. Journalism is so they were trying to give her an identity. I think we've Kinda gone now over the falls where we've corrected is using this horrible. Oh stereotype that got into this movie and now we're kind of excusing. What the paper did and all the media did and saying? Oh Her story. I saw held up. No they didn't one guy was innocent and two there were actual mistakes in the peace even in the first piece in the paper together which so. It's totally understandable. Hannibal that the paper wants to do this. But to me at some point it becomes okay. You're giving us one identity. You're telling us the real story behind your life and then there's this conversation about what the media did to Richard Jewell. which is it's actually kind of separate one thing? That's a little lost in the conversation around this. I want to get your perspective on an Amanda is when you're making something let's say you're making a podcast or you're working on a story story or you're making media company every day you're collaborating people. And you're interrogating all of the choices they're making on a regular basis. You have questions about things. The Livia Wild Defense of the character is one of those things where you think that at some point you might ask a question. You might not just presume and I guess that's questioning maybe the integrity of what Olivia while saying the defensive. Her character but movies take a long time even even one day Clinton movies take a long time to make. There's a long time in the making so how. How did how was not not everyone on the same page with this? What am I going to say? Movies do take a long time to make but relatively this was like a very quick movie At least in the filming like this was filmed over the summer of two thousand nineteen and it's December and now we're watching it so that's pretty wild and and it does really seem like Olivia Wilde. Got wanted to takes and it's like go okay. This is the performance going with which is it's it's a caricature I think. It's pretty generous and cruel version of a reporter which is fascinating because Libya while the daughter of journalists so i. I wouldn't say that this is a portrayal of empathy eighty and understanding at least from what I've seen Granted you only get to take her to but she the material is not there on also. Her interpretation of the material is pretty pretty intense but it definitely seems like it wasn't examined at the time and it certainly seems like no one anticipated this and no one got on the same page about their talking points because Libya has been all over the map. And I'm you know what I'm not sympathetic. With the fact that she's answering search for somme choices. I like this movie directed by Clint Eastwood. It's written by Billy Ray. But also she knows what she's doing. She read the
These Male Marsupials Drop Dead After Mating
"Tiber david shoemaker guesses strain punt headline. Tuesday's headline was about an australian scientist. She studies sea snakes by the sea floor. We're gonna stick david with new york times. Were also gonna stick with animals and we're also going to stick with australian. Animals with a story sent to us by patrick grunter enter. It's a story by any roth about an animal called the kaluga the kaluga and by the way this is another one just like the snake story. I recommend you go and read. The whole thing is it's fascinating. Forget the headline just read the story anyway and brought the rights at the kaluga is a marsupial kinda mousy looking and the colluded david is what they call semillas do word for me. Smell paris and simone peres means that win they mate they die when the male colluded mates it dies roth writes for milk. Liudas sex is suicide. Okay now. We're going to go with the twitter headline here the not the one on the piece but the one times used on twitter. What is the strained pun headline about collude. 'as that die after mating <hes>. Oh my gosh i mean it's not dead and married. <hes> the <hes> loving has lovin of in <hes> <hes> like i love you to death or something. What would this be. It's this is the <hes> little little more punny little more outside. The word love a little bit. Am i so it says something. The sex said think of think of some synonyms for sex okay synonyms doing. I assume it's not like a like a just a plain curse word <hes> no less uh <hes> arch off here marsupials go out now with a bang is that it is not with a
"david shoemaker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin on Sunday. Pro wrestling, we'll see something they have never seen before WWE's main event for wrestlemainia will feature all female wrestlers, Ronda Rousey, Charlotte. Claire and Becky Lynn. The main Vanco wrestlemainia I'm going to. The other day to the mall. Women have never taken billing in the thirty four year history of wrestlemanias. So this is a big deal. Why did it take so long though, I asked David shoemaker author and host of the ringers wrestling podcast, the masked man show for on tencent purposes. This is pro wrestling Super Bowl released WWE the biggest company in America's appro wrestling Super Bowl. It's the it's the night win the biggest stars in the company and some of the biggest stars from years past come and do fake battle for everybody. Join. So this is this is the main event of the year and for the first time women who are these female wrestlers in the larger WWE fan base. I mean are they big stars in their own, right? Not just decide to. Oh. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, there's sort of two kinds of stars in this match and two kinds of of wrestling stars overall. There's like free agents, and there's homegrown talent. Right. And Ronda Rousey, who is a former UFC longtime champion superstar in the real sports. You know in the real sport of cage fighting was the biggest free agent they could have possibly signed. She has the biggest crossover appeal of anybody probably on the roster unless it's Brock listener, another UFC fighter. But then on the other side, you have Becky Lynch who is maybe something if there's anything more powerful more potent than character like Ronda Rousey, it's it's what Becky Lynch issues, an organic megastar and over the past nine months exploded into just literally the biggest star in WWE, which is maybe the first time ever that you could. Say that about a female wrestler. So why is this happening now? I mean, why has Vince McMahon? The owner legendary even perhaps to some notorious owner of WWE decided that this is the year to headline women because well, I mean, it's been going on for a few years. This this kind of idea called the divas revolution. It was. I think it started February twenty fifteen there was one very brief very inconsequential women's match on this entire three plus our show, and it or Ganic led to this. You know, a Twitter hashtag, which is give divas a chance divas with a used to call all the women wrestlers, and and WWE to their great credit and even despite kind of dragging their feet on women's wrestling for a long time. They heard that hashtag they heard the clarion call and they and they heard the market responding. Exactly. That's exactly right. But then over the past four years they've made the steady progression. They've they've headline pay per view. I think I believe one pay per view in the past. And there is no separately an all women's. Pay per view. But the headline wrestlemainia is it's really the biggest honor in the company can provide you even even if there's three equal matches that are all at the top of the car at everybody's faces are the same size on the poster whatever it it matters to go on last David shoemaker is the host of the ringers podcast. The masked man show wrestlemainia is the Sunday. Thanks so much, David. Appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. I'm setting my DVR, Steve you're gonna watch wrestlemainia. How could I not how could you not run? She's the real deal. So we'll be live tweeting wrestlemainia on Sunday signed you up for that. You can follow him. At NPR Inskeep. Are so is that morning edition? You can find David at NPR green. Noel is at Noel king. And if we want to reach out to me, I am half Rato NPR. Let's get ready to rumble. Oh on then PR news reach out to Joe McConnell for traffic.
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"But I like this tweet from the New York Times as Amanda Hess who said a new form of defense has arisen in the metoo era in which it's very important for a woman to speak their truth, and for Mendelssohn, even if the woman is wrong, which sadly in this case, she is. But nevertheless, it's quite moving of her to speak out about the wrong thing. That is amazing. And that is exactly what the Biden statement was and so many people especially on the left side of the political spectrum. That is how they that is how they tried to navigate these waters. I can't. Dispute the allegation exactly, but I'm going to kind of jump through all these hoops to try to do it. I thought that was really really smart. And I could she hopes. She is writing a whole column about that. Yeah. Are we ready for David shoemaker guesses? The punt headline. Yes. Sure. Let's go. I kind of have a whole thread for you this week. We can just read some of these out Brian Raftery who has written this whole book called best movie year ever about the best night's ninety nine Republican excerpt of it on the on the coaches. Just but in our own best movies of nineteen ninety nine has gone through old issues of Entertainment Weekly, specifically from one thousand nine hundred nine to find all their pun movie, headlines, Entertainment, Weekly, underrated source of headlines connoisseur. I didn't sack these myself. But can I give you some of these? Yes, please. Remember the Kirsten Dunst movie about Richard Nixon called dick. Oh, yeah. Over that one the Entertainment Weekly movie review headline it was called pres-, dispensers pres- dispensers. Oh, yeah. The Adam Sandler movie big daddy. Also from nineteen hundred nine light as a father. As a father. Wild wild west the bomb starring Kevin Kline. It Will Smith love them movie. Yeah. Men in black. Not very Sonnenfeld reference buried in there. Hilary. And jackie. I don't know. If I remember this. Let's say it starts, Emily Watson. Hilary and Jackie called cello. I love you. It's a move. It's a musical thing. Wow. Okay. This is a boy, this is a strain the thirteenth warrior. The Michael Crichton adaptation. Okay. And it involved. I guess it involves swords because they headline was clangs. All here. Not the gang's all here, but clangs all here. Wow. And Brian has written what he also would have accepted as pun headlines. And they're even better, which is clang clang clang went the folly that was his and a Bandera apart, which is both antastic couple others for you, the mummy the first mummy. I believe I think with burden. Frazier matter matter of corpse, not matter, of course, matter of corpse, that's great Brian's, far superior headline is the buds and the Crips. This is really funny. Anyway. Oh, man, tastic stuff. I could keep going we. Yeah. We definitely I think the real lesson here is that, you know, Entertainment Weekly is obviously a weekly magazine. They did the, you know, a handful of these reviews every week, the more disposable, a headline pun is sort of the more awesome. It is because you just go guns a blazing in with just whatever pun pops into your head. And that that will make me laugh harder every time than a well, crafted pun. Yeah. And I just remember reading e w in college and thinking man that these guys are so clever. I mean who how do you get these? And and who are these? I guess it was for me. The college has always go whenever I say a great punt headline. I'm always like. Wow. That's incredible. But who is that for like what is that doing? Yeah. Who's at four, and it's kind of at some point. It's kind of for yourself as a magazine editor that is correct..
"david shoemaker" Discussed on Channel 33
"Yeah, come bail us out. And certainly there's I mean that's got to be part of it. Right. Like letter letter just her keep that fantasy up for a little bit longer that someone might just come come to our on bended, knee and say you need to save the demo and by the way, it's in her interest to keep the. Anisi up. Why if you're her wife or close on it what we're gonna happen? If you don't declare that you're not running for president, quote, what what in the world changes, except that you just keep being bothered by nosy journalists and Democrats may be who don't want you to run. I think that's very it's very it's one of those things where she's acting like a human and journalists are acting like journalists, which is not to be confused with that like human and those just come together in a very funny way. In other news, David barstool sports at a quiet. We had and didn't generate any controversy that consume sports media Twitter away away. That's not what happened comedian meal. Brow? Am I saying her name, right? I have no idea only seen it written revealed that she filed a digital media copyright violation against bars tool and that they responded by offering her a fifty dollars credit at their online store, if she would resend it which is a little bit like the Covington Catholic guy, basically being offered a democracy dies. Darkness tote bag by the Washington Post if he would withdraw his lawsuit. Ricans that you wish of mazing, right? The barstool online store. I mean, it's just sort of so perfect. So perfect. It's great. I mean, and they and they've, you know, they've managed to quit themselves barstool. I mean in by by I mean, they Fourneaux aid kind of started with a you know, sort of noisy. But but clear throated apology, or you know, may culpa for what had gone down, and then continued to as he's wanted to go after the, you know, the comedian in question, and and make it, you know, after a week of whatever Meazza make it look like he just been go, you know, he'd he'd been insisting on his innocence the entire time and fuck everybody else. But yeah, I mean, it's it's just a great kind of media murder mystery. Because at the end of the day, I think this is all about I mean, it's it is a question about internet takedown requests and getting Twitter account suspended. And there's just nothing more modern. Day journalism than that. All right. It's finally time for my favorite feature. This is become my favorite part of the putt guest. David shoemaker guesses. The celebrity profile headline. Oh my gosh. Before before you guess can I say that it's now legitimately hard to find magazines in drugstores and grocery stores. Oh, yeah. We notice that. I was at the drugstore today looking for this looking for material. And the only thing you can find those commemorative. Let's recycle our old articles things issues special. And so I found entertaining. I bought one on secret. Societies recently, be careful, I've found Entertainment Weekly Stanley issue parade magazine special issue on Betty white. And it's can you met who is buying the Betty white special issue, a parade magazine and parades the secret world of cats and dogs. Now, the three I was able to find after nuclear winter. They will still be printing this shit. But our celebrity profile headlining question..